Kasey cares deeply about the unique stories and experiences of her clients and creates a warm, safe space to cultivate healing and growth. She believes that meaningful connection to others – feeling understood and accepted – is the foundation of well-being and allows clients to explore the ways their past impacts their present experience. Her goal is to work collaboratively with clients to instill hope and find practical ways to increase overall health.
Kasey has experience working with a variety of clients with a broad range of clinical issues including anxiety/depression, shame, grief/loss, parenting, relationship struggles, life transitions, spiritual issues, and trauma/abuse. She worked for several years in women’s ministry and completed research on maternal shame, so she has a particular passion for working with women's issues.
Areas of Focus
• Family Conflict
• Identity Issues
• Relationship Struggles
• Spiritual Issues
• Individual Adults
• Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, California State University, Fullerton
• Master of Arts in Christian Ministry and Leadership, emphasis in Pastoral Care and