Hi, I’m Cassady.

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I help people experiencing anxiety, depression and low self-worth to move into a place of healing, self-acceptance and confidence.

I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and believe that our relationships play a big part in how we see the world and function in it. I love working with people who want support and freedom from their own beliefs that they are not good enough. My goal is to promote healthy self-esteem by providing insight, tools and a safe place to be yourself.

Along with my personal experience living with type 1 diabetes for over 23 years, I have specialized training in Medical Family Therapy and believe there is a strong connection between the mind and the body. I am passionate about sharing strategies (a fair amount of which I have learned hard way!) that address issues like adjusting to a new diagnosis and disease burnout (among others) because I'd like to save you some time, wheel-spinning and goose-chasing.

When I’m not working,

you can find me traveling the world, utilizing my Netflix membership, going for a walk or enjoying Mexican food with my husband and two cats (don’t worry—the cats don’t eat the Mexican food).

Organizations I have worked with

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Aside from my professional training, I have spoken at events put on by other organizations including the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, the American Diabetes Association, the College Diabetes NetworkCamp Leo, and the Crohns & Colitis Foundation of America. I have been a guest blogger for Kerri Sparling's Six Until Me and WeAreDiabetes.org, and am currently running the University of Washington Type 1 Diabetes support group at the Diabetes Care Center. I am also the Board President ConnecT1D, an organization local to the Pacific Northwest that works to build community and address the psychosocial needs of people living with T1D.

Start feeling better now. Get in touch today.