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About Codie Cacy
I found a pattern in my experiences with others that characterizes my goal as a therapist: a strong desire to help others foster emotional independence and self-sufficiency. I believe everyone has the capability to develop their mental fortitude. I believe we do not have a “fixed potential.” While we are molded by our genetics and the nurturing we have received, I believe much of what makes us who we are is our culture and the behaviors we learn. Some of those behaviors are healthy and some are self-defeating. My goal is to help others master skills and reorient themselves to what isn’t working in their lives. The more aware we become of ourselves and what has influenced us, the more we have a responsibility to make choices that dictate how we will respond to our new awareness. I believe the client is the expert in their life, but sometimes we all need space to just be or a compassionate voice to really hear ourselves.
I earned my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Texas A&M University in 2017 and spent the time in between my undergraduate and graduate degrees interning with children in equine-facilitated therapeutic programs. Most of my experience has been working with physically and mentally disabled adults and children, as well as teens in drug and alcohol rehabilitation and children from low-income families. I will graduate from Sam Houston State University with a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in May 2022.
Child-Parent Relationship Therapy, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Behavioral Issues, Relationship Concerns, Anxiety, life adjustment issues, grief and loss, spiritual concerns, suicidal ideation, self-esteem issues, and transition to motherhood
Children, Adolescents, College Students, Adults
Accepted Payment Methods:
Private Pay (Student Rates, with Sliding Scale Availability)
MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Sam Houston State University, May 2022
BA in Psychology, Texas A&M University