Cassie Kobetich

Cassie has a passion for helping children, teens, and adults who are navigating life and find that they may need help doing so. She has extensive experience working with children who struggle with anxiety, depression, coping skills, and emotional regulation. She also has experience working with teens and adults who struggle with self-esteem, relationships, life transitions, anxiety, and depression.

Cassie enjoys using art, music, play, and modeling to promote emotional growth and learning with children. With her years of experience working with kids, she has found the beauty and importance of therapeutic play. She uses authenticity and genuineness in her approach with all clients and caters to the unique needs and personalities of each person she works alongside with. She has a specialized knowledge and unique experience working with family members and loved ones of people struggling with addiction and can offer support and guidance in navigating the difficult nature of addiction.

Cassie received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Georgia College and State University as well as her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a focus on addictions from the University of North Georgia. She has prior experience working with various populations and issues in community counseling.  

Cassie is under the supervision of  Laura Hafner, LPC, RPT, CPCS.