Casey Boone, MA
Casey earned his Master’s degree in Art therapy and Counseling from Drexel University and is working toward his LPC and ATR-BC credentialing. Prior to joining Parent to Child and Therapy Associates, he offered therapeutic services for children, adolescents and their families in a pediatric medical setting, an outpatient family care center, an intensive inpatient behavioral health hospital, and virtually through a public health program focusing on work with immigrant populations in the Philadelphia area during the COVID-19 pandemic. Casey works with a strengths-based, child/family-centered, and trauma informed lens and employs narrative therapy, mindfulness, Adlerian, and solution-focused techniques. He has supported clients and their families through a varied array of unique and co-occurring challenges such as depression, anxiety, self-harm, trauma, body image, grief, loss, neurodevelopmental needs, neurodegenerative diagnoses, medical changes, intimate partner and familial violence, divorce, and identity changes/acceptance. Casey practices with a queer identity affirming lens and has experience navigating this exploration with clients and their families which is a particular clinical passion of his. Additionally, he has contributed to research focusing on nonpharmacological interdisciplinary care models for individuals living with chronic pain, including children and adolescents with amplified musculoskeletal pain syndromes. Casey intentionally employs the art-making process to build rapport, facilitate communication and cultivate/build on related skills, identify and nourish coping skill building, and propel clients and their families towards their identified therapeutic goals.