Making the decision to start therapy is empowering but can be overwhelming as well. From questions about what insurance will cover to the stigma behind receiving therapy, some people shy away from the subject altogether. Therapy does not have to stir up feelings of shame, stress or fear, in fact, therapy can be a great
Maybe you’re familiar with the saying “trust is earned, not given.” Based on the number of clients that have shared this during a session over the last five years I would have to conclude that many of us subscribe to this theory. In some ways and circumstances this serves us: it keeps us out of dangerous
Hey everyone! This week we’re focusing on how to deal with the malaise that this time of year often brings. In the beginning of the week we had guest blogger, Christina Taylor, explore connecting with your roots and using this time to reconnect to yourself and take a journey within. To end our week, I’m
Going within is a normal occurrence for some people and most of us call them “introverts.” While they are sometimes seen as grumpy, shy, or aloof, being an introvert really has to do with feeling the most alive when you are in, “quiet, low-key environments,” says Susan Cain. Introvert or not, this video will resonate
Today, I am very happy to share our first guest post here at Katie Cashin Therapy coming to you from writer and wellness connoisseur Christina Taylor, who also happens to be a very good friend of mine! One of the things I have come to appreciate most about Christina is her awareness of the gifts and challenges of each
How do you live your life in the face of a life-changing event? Coping with grief can be tough, especially as the holidays approach. While this time of year usually involves buying turkeys, stringing lights, lighting candles, and the list goes on, many of us find ourselves having this unexplainable sadness creep up and we
Hi Everyone, Over the last month the Katie Cashin Therapy practice has experienced a couple important growth spurts and I am very excited to share some news with you today… The first is that, in addition to my office in Towson, I will now also be seeing clients one day a week in Frederick, Maryland. I am
Fill in the blank… “Someone I love very much has died and now I feel ___________.” What did you choose? Does your feeling perfectly sum up the experience of grief? How many other blank spaces did you need? Could you fill it up with a different word tomorrow? Next week? Next month?