Tag: Towson 21204

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

Are you with you or against you?

 …If you keep your heart open through everything, your pain can become your greatest ally in your life’s search for love and wisdom. Rumi When starting work with a client, I take part of our first session to summarize the methods & approaches to therapy I’ll use during our time together: internal and external family systems, motivational interviewing, acceptance 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

Revisit: Starting Small is a Big Deal

Today we’re revisiting a post from a while back. This morning, I sat down to write about making subtle shifts and taking small steps because it’s a theme that has seemed to be coming to the surface more and more frequently in our conversations. Then I remembered that I already wrote this post! Some things Read More

Taking a Page from Eleanor Roosevelt

Most evenings I have a hard time shutting off the devices and tearing myself away from work. The exception being when a Ken Burns documentary is aired during prime-time, as was the case this week with his newest work, “The Roosevelts.” As with most of his films, Burns opened up several different dimensions of this time Read More