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Casey Beise LCSW, CMFT

Casey Beise

LCSW, CMFT

**NOW OFFERING TELEHEALTH IN GEORGIA, NORTH CAROLINA AND VIRGINIA**

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Certified in Marriage and Family Therapy (CMFT).  I am licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia, the state of North Carolina, and in the state of Georgia. I am currently based in North Carolina and can see, via Telehealth, clients in GA, NC or in VA.

I have worked with diverse populations of children, adolescents, families, and adults experiencing symptoms of anxiety, emotion regulation issues, mood disorders, anger, oppositional behavior, pathological demand avoidance (PDA), self-harming behaviors, depression, parent-child relational problems, trauma related issues, and other challenging life stressors. I utilize a family systems and strengths-based therapeutic approach while incorporating Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Play Therapy and other evidenced-based therapeutic techniques.

As someone who has spent their whole life in athletics, I have confidence in the power of teamwork.  Each individual impacts the success of the team, just as the team impacts the success of the individual.  I believe families work the same. I am passionate about supporting and empowering individuals and families to utilize their strengths and build skills to overcome life’s stressors and reach their goals.  My goal is to create a safe and fun therapeutic environment that cultivates growth.

“It’s not about what it is.  It’s about what it can become.”  -Dr. Seuss

Professional Affiliations

  • National Association of Social Workers

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Education

  • Master’s degree in Social Work and Certificate in Marriage & Family Therapy, University of Georgia (MSW)

  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a Sociology Minor, University of North Georgia (B.S.)

Experience

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing individual and family therapy to children, adolescents, adults, and families in a private practice on the perimeter of Atlanta, Georgia.

  • Assistant Director of a community clinic that provided outpatient mental health services and trained Master of Counseling interns in North Georgia.

  • Therapist of an Intensive Family Intervention Crisis Team, providing in-home individual and family therapy to diverse populations of high-risk children and adolescents in Gwinnett County, Georgia.

  • Therapy intern providing individual therapy to diverse populations of adolescents at Hall County, Georgia schools.

  • Therapy intern that recognized a need for parent support in the community, researched and developed a curriculum, and co-facilitated a 10-week support group with an emphasis on psychoeducation for parents of children with self-harming behaviors.

  • Therapy intern at a therapeutic school for emotional and behavioral disorders, conducting weekly group sessions for a diverse population of middle school aged children.

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