AboutOpening up to someone new about yourself can be daunting for some of us. Using words out loud may not be our strong suit.
You're ready to speak up and wondering who, where or what to tell.
My name is Ms. Cass and I am here to help.
Help comes in many forms; in-person or virtually, English or in Spanish.
I graduated from Cedar Crest College with a Bachelors degree in Criminal Justice and a Masters in Art Therapy. I was able to work with a variety of people including; individuals on the Autism Spectrum, Dementia care, different levels/categories of inmates, on probation or parole, foster care, and helped worth trauma informed care.
I helped facilitate groups for anger management, proactive parenting skills, family therapy and group therapy.
Along side my therapeutic journey, I had the privilege of being a nanny and engaged in the community with art week camps for all ages.
I am a person-centered art therapist. What does that mean you may ask? As no two people are alike, treatment and therapy should not be either. I meet the individual and assess where they are in their journey and how I can be of help in continuing onto the step in their path. I use art, music, and at times a bit of drama or talk therapy to help the individual build or gain or grow from when they first started.
Thank you for giving me the time to briefly introduce myself and allowing me to extend a hand. I hope we can continue together, grow and learn from one another.