Tag: change

Some News at Katie Cashin Therapy: Welcome Rebecca!

It’s with great excitement that I get to share with you today that Katie Cashin Therapy will soon be welcoming a new staff member! In just a few weeks, Rebecca Schaffner, LGPC will be bringing her talents and skills to Towson, where she will be seeing clients on weeknights and weekends. It has been a Read More

Monday’s Thought for the Week

Author Henry Miller had a good point. So often it seems like our destination or “better life” will come with a new relationship, a promotion at work, or once everyone else changes their ways. The good news is that we actually have a whole lot of say in our own circumstances and if we’re open to Read More

Accepting Failure and Creating Change

Last week’s wrap up was all about letting go and, in a way, we are continuing to work on the theme of autumn because it is traditionally the season of harvest. When I think about harvesting, I envision bounty and bushels of produce; in other words I see this as a season of gain. But Read More

Friday Wrap Up: Too Many LInks Edition - Katie Cashin Therapy

Friday Wrap Up: Letting Go

Hey everyone, it seems as though the week has flown by because here I am gathering links for our Friday Wrap Up! I want to share something I’ve noticed weaving both within myself and in our culture recently and that is the idea of letting go. From the leaves preparing for their autumnal dissent to getting used Read More

Chaos to Creation

You may have noticed some recent changes to the Katie Cashin Therapy website. It’s been fun to work with my friend and creative consultant on this remodeling and I’ve enjoyed seeing the vision become more tangible. But it also felt a little chaotic… It’s required taking down the old, staring at a blank slate for Read More

Begin again (and again) (and again)

Somehow, I made it through all of my formal education without ever enrolling or sitting in on a home economics course. So this made it kind of surprising when last year I suddenly wanted to learn how to sew! Where this domestic hankering came from I have no clue. Not a one. But there it was and though Read More

Starting Small is a Big Deal

Philosopher and author Albert Camus said that “a work of art is a confession.” So to take a page from the monsieur, I’d like to start by confessing that as a partner, parent, and professional I find the tension between long-term goals and the baby steps it takes to get there really, seriously challenging. In  each of these Read More