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Casey Vogler, LCSW
I am a strengths-based therapist who wants to learn about clients' lives and be able to help them gain larger perspectives about themselves in the world.

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Casey Vogler, LCSW

Location

Licensed In

NY

Approach

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Harm reduction, Motivational interviewing (MI), Psychodynamic, Solution-focused, Strengths-based

Therapy Style

I am a licensed clinical social worker focused on treating adults who are managing life transitions, relationships, depression, and anxiety. I specialize in LGBTQ individuals and strive to create an affirming space.

Since gaining my master’s degree in social work, I have been an individual therapist, done home visits for abused and neglected kids, and worked at a hospital for years. I have experience in medical conditions, death and dying, and difficult family dynamics. I am a strengths-based therapist who wants to learn about clients' lives and be able to help them gain larger perspectives about themselves in the world. I like to utilize mindfulness, CBT, and psychodynamic practices in our work.

Education

MSW - Silberman School of Social Work, CUNY Hunter College

Training - Suicide Assessment Risk

License Number and State

NY 090928-01

Pronouns

he/him

What are your interests outside of work?

My interests typically revolve around activities that make me feel grounded and engaged. I like to go running on the water, walk the dog to Central Park, and go have dinner with my husband.

What is one thing you do daily that supports your well-being?

I am a big believer in taking a nap! I try to build in time for an hour a day to close my eyes and recharge so I can remain focused. I also take the dog for long walks that he decides the path, so I never now where we will go.

What book have you read more than once?

I loved the book Running with Scissors, by Augusten Burroughs which is a memoir about trauma. As a person who grew up with trauma I am always drawn to other stories about hard subjects. As a result of reading the first book by him, I have since read everything he has written.

Favorite organization/non-profit?

I think my favorite organization is the Samaritan's suicide hotline. As a former volunteer, I have firsthand knowledge of how this organization helps and the lives it touches.

How do you recharge?

I recharge by building in alone time where I can be quiet in my own space every day.

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