I’m Cassie Jewell, introvert, avid reader, and mental health expert. I currently live in the Washington, DC area. I hold a Master’s Degree in Community Counseling (with an undergrad in psychology) and I’m a licensed professional counselor (LPC) in the Commonwealth of Virginia. I’m also a licensed substance abuse treatment practitioner (LSATP).

I created this site because writing is a passion of mine. I’m not promoting a service; I just really (really!) like writing. And with a counseling background, I have stores of knowledge and experience that may be helpful to others.

Mind ReMake Project Mission Statement

To promote mental health and wellness while sharing key knowledge for a more productive and fulfilling life

Mind ReMake Project Values

Empowerment, Integrity, Education, Transparency, and Advocacy


Who should read this blog?

Anyone who is interested in mental health, wellness, and recovery. This site provides information for mental health professionals, consumers, and for individuals who hope to improve the quality of their lives.

How does this blog differ from other wellness blogs?

There are countless blogs about wellness and personal development; this blog is unique in that it’s backed by evidence-based practices and relevant studies.

Additionally, I’m a master’s level clinician with a background in research. I have experience working with adults with substance use disorders, personality disorders (such as borderline personality disorder and antisocial personality disorder), mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and schizophrenia spectrum disorders.

I have excellent clinical skills and a wealth of knowledge, which I’m happy to share. What’s more, I have personal experience with mental illness.

Mind ReMake Project includes personal accounts written by individuals who have struggled with mental illness and/or addiction. You will also find research-based posts, which include reference sections listing peer-reviewed journal articles.

My vision for Mind ReMake Project is to provide only new, accurate, and useful information. I also hope to provide knowledge and tools to help readers to better understand their disorders, to learn evidence-based practices for managing symptoms, and to feel supported and empowered.

A second vision for Mind ReMake Project is to dispel common myths about mental illness and substance use disorders. Misconceptions persist (despite a wealth of scientific research), which fuels stigma. This site is an advocacy site.

Lastly, Mind ReMake Project is a site for other mental health professionals. It’s a place for networking and for sharing resources and ideas.

What are your professional qualifications?

  • Licensed professional counselor (LPC)
  • Licensed substance abuse treatment practitioner (LSATP)
  • Approved LPC clinical supervisor in Virginia
  • M.Ed. in Community Counseling from a CACREP-accredited university
  • B.S. in Psychology
  • 10+ years of experience in the mental health field working with adults with co-occurring mental and substance use disorders and with individuals with severe mental illness (SMI)
  • Specialties: Substance use disorders, personality disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia spectrum disorders, trauma, and domestic violence, criminal justice population, SMI population
  • Trained in a variety of evidence-based practices, including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and trauma interventions

How often is this blog updated?

I update weekly in order to ensure that all information is accurate and up-to-date.

Can I email you?

Yes! Please contact me at cassiejewellLPC@gmail.com.


The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in this blog belong solely to me (or guest author), and not to my employer or professional organizations. This blog is generated for informative purposes and is not a substitute for professional advice. I am not responsible for false or inaccurate information on this blog.

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