If things aren’t getting better on their own, maybe it’s time to try a different approach.
You might be considering therapy if you’ve been feeling stuck in life. Maybe you excel at what you do, but everything seems harder than it should. Maybe you feel like your brain just won’t shut off at the end of the day. Maybe you’re facing a new challenge, like starting a new school, career, or relationship, coping with an illness, or losing a person or a situation that was important to you. Maybe anxiety or depression has been following you around for awhile, or maybe it’s a new experience. People work hard to manage on their own, but if things aren’t getting better, it might be time to get professional care.
I’m Dr. Hannah Cassedy, a clinical psychologist in Dallas. I offer therapy for adults and teenagers ages 16 and up. I work frequently with students, professionals, and parents dealing with anxiety and depression. I also help people going through major life changes, both good and bad: the start of something wonderful can sometimes be as daunting as the loss of something wonderful. I work with women going through fertility treatment, pregnancy, or postpartum depression or anxiety. I also specialize in psychotherapy for cancer patients, survivors, and caregivers.
In addition to therapy, I also offer personality assessments for adults who want to see more progress in their mental health treatment. If you’re working with a therapist or psychiatrist but you don’t have a good handle on your diagnosis or if you’re not seeing the changes you were hoping for, consider collaborating with me for an assessment. I use only the most up-to-date assessment measures to offer guidance about how to get the most out of your mental healthcare.
My office is in the Meadows Building, a retro landmark near Lovers Lane and US-75. If you’re looking for therapy in Dallas near Highland Park, University Park, Uptown, Lakewood, or near SMU, my office should be pretty convenient for you.