Casie Hall, LCMHC, LCAS, CSI
Founder & Chief Visionary Officer
Casie is not accepting new clients.
My name is Casie Hall (she/her) and I am the owner of Three Oaks Behavioral Health & Wellness. I also serve as a Clinical Supervisor Intern at the Pittsboro office. As Founder and CVO, my focus is on upholding the mission of Three Oaks, ensuring that our team's Core Values are at the forefront of the practice's vision: confident humility, openness & integrity. It is from the root of our Core Values where truly extraordinary client care stems.
I earned my undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of California at Davis and my Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling & Psychology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I am a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (11825) and a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist (21329).
I build relationships that are rooted in trust, honesty, and unconditional positive regard. I will work closely with you to support identifying and processing various issues, as well as develop and implement plans of action, explore alternative ways of thinking or perceiving events in life, and achieving reduction in unwanted symptoms. Therapy is a very personal process, being educational and developmental by nature. You can expect to explore values, nature of perception, personal patterns of thought, emotion regulation, and causal links of behavior, as well as learn tangible skills designed to increase quality of life and decrease suffering.
My therapeutic orientation combines a variety of theoretical backgrounds and research supported therapies including motivational interviewing, person-centered, reality-based, cognitive-behavioral, dialectical behavioral, and EMDR. I am intensively trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and utilize these elements regularly with other forms of treatment. DBT is an evidence-based practice that allows clients to non-judgmentally evaluate behaviors as either helpful or unhelpful in achieving therapeutic goal. This assists clients in increasing skills of mindfulness (being present, decreasing anxiety/depression), emotion regulation (controlling moods/feelings), distress tolerance (coping through difficult circumstances), and interpersonal effectiveness (relationships). I am also intensively trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR): a wonderfully effective and efficient treatment for trauma and related disorders.
Welcome to Three Oaks Behavioral Health & Wellness. I look forward to our work together!