Meet Ms. Casandra Juarez Rodriguez
Casandra works in Chatham County as a School and Community-Based Therapist.
Casandra was born in Monterrey, Mexico and came to North Carolina at an early age. She grew up in Lee County and is fluent in Spanish and English. She received her undergraduate degree in Social Work at The University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 2019. Shortly after, she received her Masters degree in Social Work at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2020.
Casandra has experience in community mental health services, specifically in integrated healthcare settings. She has worked with older adults, adults, and young teens with a wide range of mental health complexities.
Casandra uses a holistic approach in therapy that include Mindfulness, Solution-focused, Person-Centered therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and psychodynamic therapy. She also uses Trauma-Informed Care modality with all clients.
Casandra hopes to build rapport with clients and have them feel comfortable and safe during sessions. Outside of work, Casandra enjoys spending time with family and two dogs, getting creative with pottery, painting, and gardening.