Keziah is a psychotherapist with Agnesian HealthCare’s Doll & Associates. She enjoys strengthening clients while instilling confidence and hope as clients achieve their goals. Keziah loves working with adults, pre-teens, and families. Keziah’s therapeutic approach involves recognizing one’s own strengths and believes that counseling is the road that leads to growth and healing. Her area of focus is in trauma and crisis, and those who present with low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, PTSD, suicidal ideation, and struggles with relationship dynamics. Keziah believes that a person’s greatest witness is their own testimony. Keziah shares her expertise on childhood trauma, adverse childhood experiences-(ACEs), overcoming adversity, mental health, abuse, family violence, and connecting with the human spirit. Keziah uses poetry as an art form, in hopes that molding words into rhymes brings healing, strength, courage, empowerment, new outlook, new perspectives, and change.
Cassandra is a Licensed Professional Counselor- In Training and a Licensed Substance Abuse Counselor. She obtained her Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Counseling from Lakeland University. Prior to starting her counseling career, she worked with adult clients working through addiction as well as she was a case manager for children and youth at a residential treatment center, group home, and through the CCS program.
Cassandra has experience working with adults, children, youth, and teenagers who are faced with challenges such as anxiety, depression, anger management, trauma, behavioral challenges, self-esteem, conduct challenges, suicidal ideations and self-harm behavior, addictions, and co-occurring challenges.
Cassandra uses solution-focused, strengths based, person-centered approaches as well as a trauma-informed lens while working with clients. Her main theoretical approaches used are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Play Therapy to help clients move from where they are to the place they want to be.
“In my world, there are no bad kids, just impressionable, conflicted young people wrestling with emotions and impulses, trying to communicate their feelings and needs the only way they know how.” Janet Lansb