My Approach to Helping
Listen Up..... Life is short and time is too valuable to be wasting. You are between the ages of 25 and 55 and feel like you have lost your direction. You wake up each and every day dreading to leave your home for a job that is less than desirable. You find yourself \"going through the motions\" at work and in your day to day. You often wonder if your life has any meaning or value. You know something needs to change but have no idea where to begin. I am Casey Marsh-Shaevitz, and I can help you get back on track.
Perhaps things that have felt beyond your control have landed you in this situation, but choosing to stay where you are OR working to level up your life is 100% your responsibility. Isn\'t it time to fulfill your destiny and give your life meaning? It\'s never too late. There\'s no reason to continue your life in an unhappy state.
Starting today, you can begin to feel better by going on a journey to discover your life\'s mission. I am offering FREE 30 minute video consultations in order to help us both decide if we are a good fit for each other. Please don\'t hesitate to call or email me today to set up your consultation. If we are not a good fit, I will gladly give you resources.
More Info About My Practice
I am a solo operating practice. I do share office space with my wife who is a general contractor. When we go back to in-person sessions, please know that the foot traffic is minimal and most days it’s just myself, my wife and one of her employees at the office.
At this time I am only offering tele-therapy as I am immuno-compromised.
How My Own Struggles Made Me a Better Therapist
I decided to become a therapist to learn more about human behavior due to a loss I experienced as a child. As I have grown, I?ve had my fair share of struggles with my own mental health. These struggles have helped me broaden my perspective on the roads that people have traveled before they ever make contact with me.
Empathy and compassion go along way in any relationship, but especially in a therapeutic relationship. My personal experiences over the years have helped shape the ways in which I relate to others and I believe that has helped me become a better therapist.
I understand that when a person is in pain or discomfort, we just want it to stop. There is not a one size fits all approach to therapy. I acknowledge this and respect it, while at the same time can appreciate the process of therapy and the time it can take for a person to heal.