Our therapists are trained in cultural humility to improve patient retention and health outcomes.

Our therapists complete the Hurdle Cultural Responsiveness Training, which equips them with the skills needed to effectively address issues of race, ethnicity, class, and culture.

Hurdle uses a scientifically validated tool to measure cultural responsiveness and then provide education and coaching to improve the cultural humility of therapists. Research shows that therapists whose patients perceive them as having cultural humility deliver improved therapy outcomes.

Hurdle is an accredited National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP), a competitive credential given to organization’s who reflect the highest standards in mental health training and a commitment to advance mental health equity.

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Meet Hurdle's growing network of culturally competent therapists.

Featured Therapist of the Month

Cedric Rashaw

I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Maryland Board-Approved Clinical Supervisor. My clinical work experience spans 15 years and has included providing mental health services to a variety of clients including young children, pre-teens, adolescents, college students, adults, families, couples, males at risk of substance abuse and those needing rehabilitative services. I believe in empowering clients to accomplish their health and wellness goals through the use of evidence-based practices, outreach, and positive role modeling. 


At Hurdle, I work with clients of all ages providing individual, family, and couples therapy. My therapeutic approach incorporates a variety of interventions and techniques, including Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Rational Emotional Behavior Therapy (RBT), Solution Focused Therapy, Anger Management and Conflict Resolution to best meet the needs of my clients.


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