Welcome to Mind Remake Project


Mind Remake Project is a therapy and self-help resource site created and managed by Cassie Jewell, a licensed mental health counselor and addiction specialist.

The idea behind the name “mind remake” is that we all have the capacity to change, grow, and thrive. With enough kindness, support, education, and treatment, we gain the ability to rewire our brains as we recover from addiction and emotional pain. This site itself is the “project” (an undertaking or task) that aims to provide helpful tools for remaking, reinventing, and flourishing.

Mind Remake Project offers free mental health information and resources to anyone who might benefit.

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Recent Blog Posts

Book Review: Living Beyond Your Pain

Book Title: Living Beyond Your Pain: Using Acceptance & Commitment Therapy to Ease Chronic Pain Book Authors: JoAnne Dahl, PhD, & Tobias Lundgren, MS, with Steven C. Hayes, PhD Reviewed by: Barbara Talia Living Beyond Your Pain: Overview…

Guest Post: 25 Creative CE Credit Offerings

There are a multitude of ways mental health professionals can earn continuing education (CE) credits on various topics and through different routes to improve their professional abilities, broaden their knowledge, and stay current in the mental health field.…

40 Science-Backed Apps for Mental Health

This a list of 40 of the best apps for mental health and wellness. These top-rated apps are clinically proven to reduce symptoms and/or improve wellbeing. For more evidence-based apps, visit One Mind PsyberGuide, a non-profit organization that…


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About Me

Hello! I’m Cassie, behavioral health clinician, anti-racist, and advocate for recovery reform. Initially, I developed this site to indulge my passion for writing while staying informed on the latest research trends and advances in the field. Mind Remake Project has since become a medium for sharing mental health information and free or low-cost resources with consumers and other counseling professionals.

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