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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

So you’re going to therapy…Part 2

There can be many variables, moving pieces, and motivations that help you decide to start therapy. But once you’ve reached this decision, what happens next? Today we’re going to map out how by identifying your needs or goals you can clarify what kind of mental health professional you will be looking for. Before we dive in, let’s quickly Read More

So you’re going to therapy… Part 1

There can be many variables, moving pieces, and motivations that help you decide to start therapy. But once you’ve reached this decision, what happens next? Today we’re going to look at some of the stigmas and stories we make up about starting therapy. The meaning we create around this process can be a barrier or a bridge 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

Not Making Meaning

Struggle can be…part of the journey, a race, a mountain, an ocean to cross, a challenge to overcome. And struggle can also just be struggle. Getting the news we were hoping for can be…a sign, fate, destiny, the universe working in our favor. And also, simply the outcome of a situation. Our experience can happen… for Read More

Core Shift

To start with a little self disclosure, after about a 15-year hiatus I recently picked up my cello and began the humbling experience of weekly lessons. The image of “cobwebs” doesn’t quite do this return to the cello justice; I’ve started back at the beginning, relearning my scales and bowing and it’s felt more like trying to Read More

Too Complex to be Linear

Last week, I was able to enjoy a nice little beach getaway with my family, an annual summer trip that in some ways serves as a check point for the changes we’ve experienced each year. Now, more than in years past, our daughter is able to join me in a favorite shoreline pastime, seashell walks, where (you may Read More

Monday Mantra

Welcome into spring, everyone… Here in the Mid Atlantic, after days of warmth and sunshine, we celebrated the officially start of this season with snow and cold. But there is hope and reliable forecasts that show a real change beginning this week. As everything around us starts to wake up, take some time to notice Read More

Clarity Question: Constriction. Expansion.

Here we are…. the end of another week. For some, Friday marks a finish line for the busyness of work and life. For others, this is just when things start to ramp up. Wherever we are and however we’ve arrived here, it’s almost too easy for us to jump into weekend mode without pausing to notice and acknowledge what’s brought us here.  So you are now cordially Read More

Confidence Connection

At least once a week, I have a conversation with someone that goes something like this: Person: …I would like make a change but I just don’t have the confidence. Me: What do you think you can do to get the confidence you need? Person: I think if I could just believe in myself enough it Read More

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