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Cady Monasmith

Cady Monasmith
Associate Behavioral Health Therapist

As an Associate Behavioral Health Therapist, Cady Monasmith provides individual and group therapy and clinical education to teen and young adult women.

Cady uses strength-based approaches, such as affirmations and motivational interviewing, to help her patients realize they have the capability to recover from substance use disorder and create a healthy life in recovery.

Before taking on her current role in 2020, Cady was a recreation counselor at Caron, a position she took on in 2014. She helped to facilitate recovery-based therapeutic activities, including leading movement groups based on dance and mindfulness. She continues to lead movement groups for teen, young adults, and adult women at Caron. Giving patients a safe space in which they can express their feelings and come to a better understanding of who they are builds trust and self-confidence.

Prior to Caron, she worked with the Police Athletic League Center for the Performing Arts in Reading, using creative arts with children and teens as a means of self-expression. She also did a summer internship at Berks Counseling Center during her undergraduate program, and an internship at Caron and Reading Hospital’s Partial Hospitalization Program during her master’s program.

Cady has a Master of Arts degree in clinical counseling from Alvernia University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in dance performance from Temple University. She is a certified dancing mindfulness facilitator.

People need a safe space to connect to their desire to get and be well. As a therapist, I am a guide who walks that path to recovery with them. Being that witness is one of the most fulfilling parts of my work as a clinician."

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