Cassandra Edouard, LCSW


Locations: Telehealth; and, Clementon, NJ

About Cassandra Edouard

Cassandra is a Licensed Social Worker in the state of New Jersey. She has had over nine years of experience delivering evidence-based practice to a varied population, including but not limited to individuals/groups working on their anger, stress levels, eating disorders, and addictive behaviors. She has been honored to participate in tremendous outcomes with individuals ready to start the therapeutic process. Cassandra takes pride in walking alongside those who choose me in their journey towards healing. Therapy is a significant step for many people; it can be short-term and intensive or a lifestyle change. Having your therapist be “the right fit” makes it easier to go through that therapeutic process.

Cassandra is am a proud cat mom and amateur plant mom. She enjoys tending to things, providing them with nourishment to grow. She takes a similar approach to therapy. Cassandra follows the lead of the person(s) sitting across from her and provides tools where necessary. She utilizes a CBT/DBT approach and Positive Psychology to complete clinical interventions.

Treatment Specialties

Education and Certification

  • Rutgers University- Masters in Social Work as of 2019
  • Saint Johns University- Bachelors in Psychology as of 2011

While receiving her Master’s, Cassandra’s passion for working with minorities deepened. Those she worked with also found it beneficial to build a therapeutic alliance with someone who resembled them and their background. Her passion drove her to work in those fields where she could provide resources in at-risk communities, and she’s been doing so for over ten years. At this time, she is working towards her clinical licensure.

Why are you passionate about providing mental healthcare?

Cassandra is passionate about providing healthcare because she believes mental health is crucial for living a long and fulfilling life. For over a decade, she has dedicated herself to her career in hopes of giving her community an additional resource for healing.