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Cherokee Cabell

Cherokee Cabell


15 years of experience

Hello. I am Licensed Clinical Social Worker(LCSW) based in NJ however can see clients in PA and DE as well. I received my Master’s from Rutgers University in Camden NJ and have been practicing for 10 years. I help adults 18 years of age and older with trauma and low self-esteem become the best versions of themselves. I am a the author of Rain To Reign and the mother of two.

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

In our initial therapy session, clients can anticipate a supportive and confidential environment where the I will establish a foundation for understanding your unique needs and concerns. The session typically begins with a warm welcome, an overview of the therapeutic process, and an exploration of the client's goals and expectations. Clients are encouraged to share their personal history, current challenges, and any specific issues they hope to address in therapy. I will inquire about the your overall well-being, emotional state, and relevant life experiences.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

My greatest strengths as a provider lie in my unwavering commitment to delivering exceptional service and cultivating meaningful connections with those I serve. I prioritize active listening, empathy, and a client-centered approach, tailoring my services to meet individual needs and goals. Drawing upon a diverse skill set, I seamlessly blend expertise with a genuine passion for helping others, fostering an environment where collaboration and open communication thrive. My adaptability allows me to navigate complex situations with ease, finding innovative solutions that address unique challenges. Whether in a professional or personal capacity, I strive to create a positive impact by consistently exceeding expectations and upholding the highest standards of excellence in all facets of my work

About Cherokee Cabell



My treatment methods

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

My clients learn to challenge and reframe irrational or negative thought patterns. I help my clients examine the evidence for and against their thoughts, encouraging a more balanced and realistic perspective. I often are give homework assignments to practice the skills learned in therapy. These assignments help reinforce new ways of thinking and behaving between sessions.

Dialectical Behavior (DBT)

We will discuss specific issues you're facing and develop strategies for coping. Engage in regular mindfulness meditation. This can include mindful breathing, observing thoughts without judgment, or focusing on the present moment. I will help identify patterns and target areas for improvement by having you track your emotions and behaviors. . When facing intense emotions I will help you set and achieve small, realistic goals to increase self-esteem. Learn and practice assertiveness skills, such as saying no and setting boundaries. Improve communication by expressing needs and desires effectively.

Solution Focused Brief Treatment

We will shift the focus from the problem to potential solutions. I encourage my clients to think about times when the problem was less severe or not present at all. We explore the your coping mechanisms and strengths. Ask questions like, "What have you done in the past that has helped you deal with similar situations?" Provide positive feedback and reinforcement for your strengths and efforts. We will focus on what is working and acknowledge progress.