Tag: counseling

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

Take a Deep Breath

If you’ve ever been in a panicky situation, perhaps as a kid- maybe more recently- you’ve probably been advised to “take a deep breath.” If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably then wanted to slap this advisor. The well-intentioned suggestion seems less than helpful when trying to respond to or fix what’s gone wrong. Hearing Read More

Getting to Know Our Goals

If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them. Henry David Thoreau Long-term, short-term, personal, professional, pipeline or attainable, however you frame them, chances are that your relationship with your goals influences almost everything you do during the day Read More

“Just Fine”

In our family, the only time we ever use the phrase “I’m just fine” seems to be when everything is anything but fine. Luckily, we caught on to the pattern and at this point it’s become a big family joke. But I don’t think I’d have to put out an extensive poll to find that many other people do 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