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Staff Interview Vol. 3: June Cassidy, LMFT

We interviewed June Cassidy, LMFT and REAT, who newly joined BHT.

Q. Can you tell me about your work?

A. As a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Registered Expressive Art Therapist, I provide Person-centered therapy and sometimes integrate Expressive Arts Therapy when appropriate. I work with children, youths, adults, couples and families. I also provide therapy in Cantonese and Mandarin. Building an authentic and trusting therapeutic relationship is the basis of my work. I also believe in people’s strengths and resilience that could support them to overcome their challenges, and I see myself as a “co-pilot,” supporting my clients to identify and utilize their strengths and resources.

Q. Why did you join BHT?

A. I first heard about BHT from my good friend Clark, who is also a therapist here at BHT. I was very impressed by the way BHT embraces diversity, and I believe I could learn a lot from everyone that I work with here.

Q. Tell me about your background.

A. Professionally, I have been a Registered Social Worker in Hong Kong before I came to the U.S., and I have worked at hospitals, schools, and crisis centers. I also have a Post Graduate Diploma in Music Therapy and MA in Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Expressive Arts Therapy.

Personally, I have a bi-cultural background, i.e. Chinese and Irish.

Q. What is good for you to work with BHT?

A. I really appreciate how supportive my BHT colleagues are. They have always been very kind and thoughtful. With the great teamwork, I feel very grounded and well supported working here.

Q. How about challenge?

A. As a therapist and a mother of two young children, sometimes it is challenging to find space to practice self-care.

Q. What is your goal? How do you want to grow?

A. One of my areas of interest is grief and loss, and I have always wanted to learn about people’s grief experience across cultures. I hope someday I could focus on this area and conduct some research.

Q. Any message to readers?

A. If you are reading this because you are considering psychotherapy, please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions.

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