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Cassi Ott, MS Candidate, Counseling Intern

Cassi Ott is our Intern at Abegglen Counseling this year! She is currently studying at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, working toward her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology, while seeing clients with us. We want to officially welcome Cassi to our team and introduce her to you all!

Here is a bit more about Cassi, from Cassi herself:

“It is my intention to journey with others through their suffering, to cultivate hope, and make meaning out of the trauma and difficulties they have experienced. I believe that through creating an environment of mutual respect and safety, it is possible to promote healing and personal growth in counseling. I am driven to assist others in finding their strengths and work through what challenges them.

My counseling experience includes counseling children, families, and college students that experienced depression, anxiety, self-esteem and self-worth concerns, alcohol and drug abuse, relationship concerns, academic challenges, self-harm and suicidal ideation, autism spectrum disorders, and emotion regulation concerns. I also have many years of experience working with LGBTQ+ individuals, religion and spirituality, terminal illness or diagnosis of life changing disorders, persistent mental illness, and grief.

In the counseling setting, I work with my clients to develop personalized goals to cultivate a stronger sense of self-confidence, healing and hope, and making meaning of their lives.”

*Cassi is additionally able to offer services at a significantly reduced rate, comparable to most commercial insurance co-pays.

We're so excited you’re here, Cassi!


If you are interested in scheduling an appointment with Cassi, you can reach her via email:

or call our intake line: 608-709-6972

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[This article does not create a client-counselor relationship. This article is general counseling information and is not to be considered legal or medical advice. Please consult with your mental health professional before you rely on this information.]

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