Seattle Casey’s Club ™

What?

Candida Crane and Daphne Sumpter offer Seattle (U-District) their first ever Casey's Club™. They run two groups this year: a primary club for 1st-3rd graders and an intermediate club for 4th-5th graders. Please come join them for a fun filled, skills building year!

Where?

University Heights Center
5031 University Way NE, #109
Seattle WA 98105

When?

Start date: Oct 8, 2018
End date: June, 2019

Contact:

Candida Crane
candidajc40@gmail.com
(425) 749,8559

Day/Time/Group:

Mondays, 4:10 to 5:25, Primary
Mondays, 5:35 to 6:50, Intermediate

OPEN HOUSE: 10/01/18 (all grades) 4:10 pm to 5:45 pm

Who?

Casey's Clubs™ always have 2 facilitators and up to 10 club members for the cohesiveness of the group and maximum friendship building. One facilitator is a licensed mental health professional (or supervised by one) and the other is a certified or associate professional. Seattle has two amazing facilitators. Take a look below!

Facilitator 1:

Candida Crane is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor inWashington State and a certificated school counselor with a Masters in Education. She has 18 years of experience with running social groups, providing individual counseling and teaching social skills in elementary school settings. For the last 3 years she has been a substitute co-leader for the Casey’s Club House groups in Kirkland, WA. Her passion has been to improve and enhance children’s social experiences, and increase their abilities to positively connect with others. She is excited for the opportunity to bring Casey’s beneficial curriculum to the Seattle area.

Facilitator 2:

Daphne Sumpter is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the State of Washington and has a Masters of Arts in Psychology.  She has over 20 years of experience in the field of counseling and mental health with children and adults.  Daphne has provided both individual and group counseling as well as social skills support in outpatient, residential and inpatient settings.  She has experience facilitating parent support groups for new adoptive parents, focusing on developing healthy attachments.

More recently she has been working in hospital settings providing patient and family support.  Daphne has focused much of her continued education in the areas of attachment, mindfulness and developing therapeutic connections with children using play. She is passionate about helping children and adults develop deep, meaningful connections in the context of healthy, thriving relationships.