Services

Kasey & Co. Therapy Group advocates for a future where access to high-quality mental health care is not only protected but designed by the unparalleled talent of an inclusive workforce. The philosophy behind this vision is one of transforming care to have more of an elevated and distinguished impact on the culture of mental health. All services offer a role in creating this climate by deliberately and continually, articulating, reinforcing, and modeling industry-leading standards for premier health and wellness.

Service Vision

Our Suite of Services

We offer concierge-style services with a quick onboarding process. All clients are welcomed in with a free consultation to ensure the best professional fit and service personalization. Your provider will then walk you personally through onboarding and all aspects of service delivery.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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Book a Consultation

Most services start with a free 20 minute consultation, booked by phone or through the online self-service portal 24/7. Your confirmation email comes with an invitation to complete a short questionnaire. At the appointment time, virtually meet your selected provider and get an overview of the process.

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Onboard

All of the initial paperwork is captured once, electronically, at the start and we request only the necessary information. It shouldn’t take more than 15 minutes to complete. Most schedules are set weekly or bi-weekly, depending on the service.

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Set Priorities

Each service has a set of goals that are collaboratively designed. Whether it is reducing anxiety in therapy, cultivating the mindset to ask for that raise during your next review cycle, or regularly attending supervision, we identify what is most important to you, and evaluate dates/deadlines, steps, barriers, collaborators, cost and commitment to those priorities. We emphasize the strategies needed to get results!

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Grow and Refine

We all live what we’ve learned. Unlearning and relearning takes patience, consistency, and self-compassion. We are here to help you do what you want to personally and professionally, but no empire was ever built overnight. Expect to stay consistent, challenge barriers, be creative, learn new ways of relating to ourselves and others and be willing to entertain new belief systems.

Therapy

We provide individual therapy for adults in California, exclusively online. Each therapist has their own unique style and specialty that guides change and transformation. Appointments are usually scheduled at the same day and time, weekly or bi-weekly, over the course of 4-6+ months. We have both associate and licensed therapists available. Se habla Español. Fees begin at $80/hr and up.

About Therapy

How We Make Our Services Accessible

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Online By Design

Our therapy and consultation services are designed to be 100% virtual and they are here to stay. When the owner started her solo practice in 2019, it was virtual by design. Elements have been revised to support a group practice. Virtual services are here to stay, without sacrifice or deadlines.

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Non-Traditional Hours

Our providers often see people during the evenings and weekends. Evening appointments are available between 5:00 pm and 8:00 pm. Saturday appointments are available 9:00 am to 12:00 pm.

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Low Cost Options

We employ Associate Therapists that are in the process of gaining experience towards full licensure. Because they are not fully licensed, we are able to offer a lower rate at $80/hr. for those providers.

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Bilingual Providers

Our Office Manager and some of our therapists are Spanish-speaking. Se habla Espanol.

Our Service Philosophy is About

Making Diversity Matter

Each provider has spent 90% of their professional career, working with stigmatized, underappreciated, or misunderstood populations. To us, diversity and difference are what make people whole. Our services are designed with a lens of inclusivity, flexibility, and to accentuate diversity so we can meet the changing needs of the population.

Based on our principles of diversity, equity and inclusion, we regularly participate in philanthropic activities for stigmatized groups, set aside time to work pro-bono, and give back locally to empower the community.

  • LGBT, body-positive, vegan/vegetarian, HIV/AIDS, and sex-worker allied
  • Experienced with treating high-stigma topics like traumatic events
  • Have personal and professional values that align with social work values, such as social justice, service, and empowerment

What Our Favorite Leaders Say About Honoring Life


Brene Brown

“I want to be in the arena. I want to be brave with my life. And when we make the choice to dare greatly, we sign up to get our asses kicked. We can choose courage or we can choose comfort, but we can’t have both. Not at the same time.”


Maya Angelou

“You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated. In fact, it may be necessary to encounter the defeats, so you can know who you are, what you can rise from, how you can still come out of it.”


Ruth Bader Ginsburg

“Dissents speak to a future age. It’s not simply to say, ‘My colleagues are wrong and I would do it this way.’ But the greatest dissents do become court opinions and gradually over time their views become the dominant view. So that’s the dissenter’s hope: that they are writing not for today, but for tomorrow.”

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“Tend to the fears that keep you from taking committed action and being seen in the world. Envision a day where you can fall asleep without constant worry for tomorrow, your relationships are meaningful, and your values decide your actions–not your fears, stress, or society.”

Kasey david

Essentials

Individual Therapy

Adults 18+


Family Therapy

Certain providers see minors 12-17 years old.

Exclusively Online

100% online Must be physically in the state of California

Se habla Español

Certain providers speak Spanish

Consistent

Most therapy sessions are held weekly or biweekly, generally for 50-55 min. at the same day and time.

Convenient

An online portal available to clients 24/7 for scheduling, messaging, secure payment, and documentation.

Secure

HIPAA Compliant systems and security measures, with the highest level of privacy and confidentiality in remote work spaces.


GROUP SPECIALTIES


Therapeutic Approaches

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

The cognitive model helps us make sense of people’s experiences. The reason we react to things the way we do is is based on perception, or spontaneous, automatic thoughts. Automatic thoughts make sense, once we understand somebody’s core beliefs about the self, others, and the world. Once we identify the rules that protect them, we can change the unhelpful coping strategies that have been activated by those assumptions into better ones.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Rooted in mindfulness, acceptance, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness, DBT is a series of evidence-based strategies that helps you cope with stress, regulate emotions, interact with others in effective ways, and live in the moment. It is often used for self-destructive behaviors and guides change towards positive actions.

Motivational Interviewing
Motivational Interviewing

Change is the result of honoring your ambivalence and then strengthening your own intrinsic motivation. It’s a conversational style that helps move you towards change.

ComB Model
ComB Model

Comprehensive Behavioral Treatment (ComB)is an integrated approach to treat Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRBs) like hair-pulling, through the use of awareness training, identifying cues and reinforcers, relevant domains, and personalizing strategies to reduce the incidence of behaviors.

Alongside ComB strategies are identification of values, radical acceptance and what constitutes a meaningful life.

Personal Growth
Personal Growth

Personal growth is about unlearning and relearning the habits that kept you stuck. Through therapy, we develop the discipline, insight, and community to take committed action towards our goals.

Community Resiliency Model (CRM)
Community Resiliency Model (CRM)

The Community Resiliency Model relies on the principle that the human body has the inner capacity to heal and restore itself. 6 wellness skills that bring your body and mind back into balance are taught. CRM is based on laws of nature, the autonomic nervous system and neuroscience. By focusing on the biology of the nervous system and our common reactions to stress, we can apply wellness skills to recover and de-escalate.

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Leadership is not a rank or a position, it is a choice – a choice to look after the person to the left of us & the person to the right of us.

Simon Sinek

A Message from Our Founder

Social workers are often called upon to support the public, but recognized minimally for their efforts. Supervision has become the space to put into practice the skills necessary to advocate for that recognition. Specifically— equality, safety, respect for our education and training, and value in the workforce. The advocacy necessary for social workers to promote the interests of their clients first starts with a disciplined ability to protect their own—a skill learned in high quality supervision.

At Kasey & Co. Therapy Group, our supervision philosophy is guided wholeheartedly by the Council on Social Work Education‘s 9 Core Competencies and the vision that social workers deserve a livable wage, professional respect, and to be seen for their efforts in protecting the social welfare of the public. We hold that supervision is a safe place to process learning experiences and enhance skills for effective social work practice in the modern era. Learning is didactic, collaborative, conceptual, experiential, feedback-rich, and based on individually outlined goals and objectives.

Our leadership style and guidance is comprehensive— administrative, educational and supportive. Through our guiding philosophies, we aim to build clinical competencies, internalize legal and ethical obligations, teach cultural awareness and inclusivity, inoculate against chronic stress and burnout, and protect future social workers against abusive and exploitative working practices.

Essentials

Office-Based Supervision

Based in Loma Linda, on set days and times for individual, triadic, and group.

Mobile Supervision

Within Riverside and San Bernardino Counties (25 mile radius), who will provide professional office-space. Limited slots and availability.

Individual

1 participant: 1 hour

Triadic

2 participants: 1 hour

Group

8 participants: 2 hours

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Supervision with Kasey DavidParticipants may enroll in individual, triadic, or group supervision, on this day until it reaches a maximum of allowed participants. This is a live supervision, held in Loma Linda, CA on a recurring weekly basis.
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Supervision with Christi Bell Participants may enroll in individual, triadic, or group supervision, on this day until it reaches a maximum of allowed participants. This is a live supervision, held in Loma Linda, CA on a recurring weekly basis.
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Looking to Join an Available Group?

Use this form to be paired with others looking for Triadic or Group Supervision. For example, if you are seeking a partner for triadic supervision, select triadic supervision and your desired time slot below.

Complete this form fully and our Office Manager will follow up with you within 24 hours.

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Supervision FAQs

Where is supervision held?

Because we are an entirely virtual group practice, we rent meeting space in the community to host supervision.

As of January 1, 2022, office-based supervision will be held in person in Loma, Linda, CA. The exact address is provided at onboarding, or upon request.

Mobile supervision can be held at the agency you work at, if private meeting space is available.

When is supervision available?

As of December 23, 2021, all 3 types of supervision are offered on:

Thursdays: 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

Other days by request only.

Due to the guidelines of the location, supervision is unavailable on Saturdays.

What about virtual supervision?

At the time of publishing, the BBS had not approved virtual supervision for all agencies. Virtual supervision will only be provided in accordance with BBS regulation and/or legislation. Inquire within to see if your agency is eligible.

How much does each type of supervision cost? Is there an additional fee for Mobile Supervision?

You can see a full breakdown of all of our fees here.

Individual: $150 per person

Triadic: $90 per person

Group: $75 per person

There is no additional fee for Mobile Supervision. *Must be within Riverside and San Bernardino Counties (25 mile radius)

How far in advance can I schedule supervision?

The days we plan to host supervision must be reserved a minimum of 2 weeks in advance, so it will be best to plan your first supervision at least 2-3 weeks in advance and to pick the same day/slot thereafter, but we understand schedules can change.

Individual supervision can be booked online.

Please call (951) 755-1070 to book Triadic or Group Supervision.

What is the education and training of your supervisors?

Each supervisor is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and has been working in the social work industry at minimum 5 years. All supervisors have a unique practice background and specialty, in addition to another 2 years of teaching, mentoring, and supervising social workers.

You may read more about supervisors here.

How do I know that my supervision is confidential and follows HIPAA regulations?

Each supervisee signs an internal Professional Supervision Agreement outlining confidentiality and expectations for mandated reporting.

The supervisor will maintain documentation of each supervision, in a secure HIPAA compliant and confidential format of all cases discussed, progress towards learning, specific recommendations, suggested readings and/or educational activities.

The supervisees client records should always reflect that they are working under a licensed provider and verify that the client has the name, address, and phone number of the supervisor.

Supervision is always held in a private space, behind a closed door, or using systems that HIPAA-compliant (e.g. Zoom).

What are the expectations of supervisees?
  1. In concert with the supervisor, supervisee will develop goals, learning needs, identify personal strengths and areas of growth, seek supportive counseling and feedback, conduct crisis management, assessments, interventions, documentation, and program development.
  2. Regularly attend supervision as scheduled.
  3. Inform clients that the supervisee is practicing under the supervisor’s license and how they may contact the supervisor if needed.
  4. Prepare for supervision with client conceptualizations, case presentations, questions, and any applicable clinical records.
  5. Seek feedback, guidance/training, and resources from the supervisor.
  6. Maintain accurate, ethical, clear, and appropriate documentation.
  7. Track clinical hours (such as weekly tracking log, educational system, Tracking Software, or an excel spreadsheet).

Focus

Business-Building

The tools to build or grow an existing private practice or non-profit: startup and maintenance

Training

Individual, group and community trainings hosted on a central topic

Clinical Quality

For well-informed and evidence-based clinical care

Money Matters

Tools to generate, track and increase revenue: money mindset, payor systems, bookkeeping/accounting overviews

Essentials

Systems Review

A 1:1 overview of what you’re currently doing and where you need to go.

Goal Mapping

An outline for the immediate action items and what to do and where to go if you need support,

Resources

A host of websites, professionals, groups, social media support, literature, samples, and examples!

Flexible Timing

30 and 60 minute options for any consultation. Curated packages available for lengthier or complex projects

Bonus Discounts

Access referral codes and discounts for eligible services you follow up on through our partnership.

Establish a Virtual Practice

 For therapists in California who would like to build or streamline their private practice. Ideal for LCSWs who want to build part-time, virtual, low-overhead practices with 1 specialty and a mix of cash-pay and insurance clients, in CA.

Transition to Private Practice Full Time

For solo therapists who want to transition from an agency job to self-employment/private practice full time (25+ hours) within the next year.

Field Instructor

Kasey is an independently contracted Field Instructor for graduate students and prelicensed therapists needing supervision and oversight at an agency. Can be arranged for 1 student or multiple in outpatient settings. Works in conjunction with the University and the agency.

Children and Families: Providers

Research-based clinical strategies for licensed therapists who work with children who live in foster care or providers who are currently treating emotional and behavioral responses to trauma, abuse and neglect.

Children and Families: Foster Parents

Training and education available for foster-parents of children with severe trauma backgrounds and emotional and behavioral disturbances.

Training

Training in the Community Resiliency Model (CRM) is available for individuals, groups, agencies, or members of the community who want to learn wellness skills to adapt to trauma and stress. Based in neuroscience.


An Open Letter to Social Workers

For a long time, the culture has been resistant to talking about the topics that actually result in real change for clinical social workers and therapists—generating income, creating professional boundaries, quality training and consultation, and unequivocally asserting our value and worth. We often find ourselves on the losing end of a power struggle with the system and are supposed to be okay with it, so we can maintain our “professional virtuosity”.

So we don’t invest in ourselves.

We’re hypocritical. We overcommit. We undersell ourselves. We accept insufficient knowledge. We go through the motions. We accept the lowest offers possible. We tolerate. We stay.

It’s hard to be a helper and change-maker when you aren’t maintaining the integrity of your own professional values–when you have a hard time conveying your own value and trust yourself to be ENOUGH.

What Are You Asking For Anyway?

$$

For a Living Wage

10 days

of Sick Time Per Year

5:00pm

Time with Friends and Family

You’re asking to be seen and heard in the ways you want to be. You want to go to work and be fulfilled and come home to your family equally joyous to be in their presence.

It is not too much to ask for special training, time alone, money to pay down your debts, or energy to do what is important.

But stuff gets in the way

Something to think about…


Relatable Things Every “Virtuous” Social Worker Knows

  • Burnout is a “badge of honor”. If you aren’t burnt out, you aren’t sacrificing enough.
  • Never say “no” to work, but be forgiving when they deny time off requests.
  • Being rested is a privilege—tired is the norm.
  • Negotiating money is for the greedy.
  • It’s okay if you’re in a lot of debt.
  • It’s okay if you don’t know clinical interventions
  • You should be helping people at all times, even at your own personal expense.
Social Workers can often become victims of their own ideology, if they don’t recognize the inherently disproportionate standards and even organizational abuse.

What Can Consultation Do For you?

Consultation is a collaborative process that offers you a voice and a choice. You may choose to seek out your own education or be the initiator that brings education to your agency. You may elect to set more boundaries or reinforce the discipline needed to follow through. You can pique our curiosity about what it will take to do the things you believe cannot be done. YOU CAN SEEK YOUR OWN ANSWERS.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Kasey is an amazing teacher with so much insight to offer. Learning from her has been such an amazing opportunity.”

—Jessica W. LCSW

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“In this field, we see a lot of people who minimize their own abilities. Sometimes that is the nature of our profession. There are a lot of people who are capable, but have a lot of doubt and that’s what stops us from moving forward. It is important to uplift our providers. Kasey David brought a different perspective. She is empowering up and coming social workers and helping them the see value within themselves.”

— Eddie L. ASW

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