Casey Black

Casey Black (he/him)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker


I help adults and adolescents who feel depressed, stuck, unmotivated, or disconnected from their own power and passion.

Client Status

accepting clients



At a Glance


Rate: $75-$165

Provides free initial consultation

Practicing Since: 2018

Languages: English


  • Individual
  • Teen

Insurances Accepted

  • Out of Pocket
  • Out of Network
  • Providence Health Plan

My Ideal Client

Urgency and stuckness at the same time. Like everyone knows how to live life except for you. People pleasing and peacekeeping make you a keen observer of people. But the flip side is painful self-consciousness, which makes it hard to speak your truth for fear of rocking the boat. Besides, what would you say–there seems to be something blocking access to your emotions and intuitions. The result can feel like depression, numbing, low self-esteem, or like a burning potential with no outlet.

My Approach to Helping

Beneath this pain lives an authentic you who is confident, emotional, creative, and at ease. This authentic you has been there your whole life, just waiting for the right conditions to emerge. It's my calling to create these conditions. As we work, you’ll gain insight into your pain and begin to embody this authenticity. You'll leave feeling more Call, email, or check out the contact page of my website to book a free, no-pressure consultation. Space is available for us to begin within the week!

Techniques I Use


  • Humanistic  External link

    A humanistic approach means that you’re going to experience me as being extremely curious about what it’s like to be you in this world right now, and that as you explore yourself in deeper and deeper ways I’m going to be right there with you, helping you process those findings. The humanistic approach also means that you’re going to get a real live person in the room, rather than a therapist with a blank face behind a notepad.

  • Mindfulness-based External link

    Being a humanistic therapist informed by mindfulness means that as difficult experiences arise in session, I may invite you to do something other than 'talk' about them. For example, we may pause to get really curious about what's going on in the body. While I believe that mindfulness can be life-changing when practiced intentionally, we won't necessarily practice it in every session (unless you'd like to). Rather, the therapy session in and of itself will act as a kind of mindful dialogue.

  • Psychodynamic  External link

    Therapy through a psychodynamic lens recognizes that 1 - painful patterns and experiences in the present likely have roots in past experiences. 2 - These past events inform our present selves outside of our awareness. 3 - It can be healing to bring these past events into awareness.

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