Dr. Cassandra Hayes is a Ph.D. licensed psychologist whose work involves the assessment and treatment of many types of psychological difficulties, including but not limited to depression, anxiety, ADHD, substance disorders, interpersonal and relationship problems, sexual disorders, grief and loss, and adjustment to medical disorders. 

 

Dr. Hayes has extensive experience in psychological testing and evaluation, particularly in the forensic setting. Forensic services in criminal law can include pre-trial psychological testing, assessment, and consultation; trial consultation; assessment for parole or probation; and therapy services. Dr. Hayes also provides psychological evaluations for civil and immigration law cases.

She also has specialized knowledge and experience in sport and exercise psychology and has consulted with athletes of all ages in the development and maturation of sport-related psychological skills pertaining to performance anxiety ("choking"), fear of injury and re-injury, recovering from injury, difficulties sustaining focus or concentration, aggression enhancement, burnout and motivation enhancement, and career transitions out of sport.

PLEASE NOTE: Dr. Hayes does not accept health insurance.

FOR THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF OUR COMMUNITY, DR. HAYES REQUIRES THAT ANYONE WHO ENTERS HER SUITE WEARS A FACE MASK OR COVERING OVER THEIR NOSE AND MOUTH. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND UNDERSTANDING.

  • Please take your temperature before you arrive for your appointment. If you have a temperature above 100 degrees, please call to reschedule. Evidence of fever or other symptoms of active COVID-19 infection should be resolved for 14 days before returning.

  • Please use hand sanitizer upon entering.

  • Please maintain a 6 foot distance between persons except when Dr. Hayes is administering psychological testing (if applicable).

  • An air purifier with UV-C light sanitization will run continuously in rooms where patients are seen.

  • Dr. Hayes will disinfect chairs, pens, clipboards, and doorknobs between patients.