the star of our series:

Meet Casey!

Casey is a 4th-Grade student who loves playing make-believe, reading comics, and being a good friend. But like a lot of kids his age, he feels nervous when it comes to making new friends and being in new social situations. 

Casey seeks out the wisdom of his parents, friends, and other adult helpers to get him through his most difficult moments. During his adventures, he also learns to use his own wisdom to come up with his own solutions and help his friends.
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How Does Casey's Clubhouse Work?

Casey's Clubs are designed to be a fun, interesting, and supportive place for kids to meet new friends and learn essential social and life skills. Whether you're a Professional running a Casey's Club, using our curriculum supplementally, or a parent looking to enrich their child's learning from home, our 30-week curriculum helps kids:
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  • learn self-regulation to better communicate, approach, cooperate, and engage with others.
  • increase self-awareness to become more responsible, communicate better, assert themselves, and increase empathy towards themself and others. 
  • discover personal determination to set their sights on successful interactions, relational competency, and assertion of self. 
  • effectively problem-solve to increase their cooperation, communication, responsibility, and reliability with and to others. 
  • develop self-confidence with the experience of positive communication, problem-solving, and engagement with others.
  • experience a mastery of skills to reinforce the whole experience.
the voice of the series:

Laura Schneider, LMHC

Just like a story 'round the campfire, or a book read before bedtime, Laura Schneider is the sole narrator behind Casey's Adventures. Her narration creates a comfortable and familiar space to welcome kids back to every new chapter.  

from coloring books to an animated series,

Casey has journeyed through it all!


Casey and his friends were imagined and spoken as stories...


...then became characters in a coloring book...

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...then were brought to life in
frame-by-frame slideshow presentations...

2019 - present day

...and finally became animated coloring book characters, starring in short movies called Casey's Adventures!

You might be wondering why Casey and the people in his life are all
black-and-white line drawings, as if waiting to be colored in!

When Casey's stories began as audio recordings, we quickly discovered the power of coloring books to keep our students' excited hands busy and their minds focused on these important lessons. We worked diligently to create our very own Casey's coloring book pages to accompany the lessons in our student workbooks. Now that the students could visualize the stories they were listening to, they became more and more invested in Casey's experiences. They began to see Casey and his friends as real people, referring to Casey's challenges and solutions with their grown-ups at home.

From then on, we decided to preserve the magic that happened when we gave our students their own autonomy: the potential to imagine their individual experience on the page and screen to help them learn, just like how they chose which colors filled in Casey's hair, clothes, and skin. 

With this in mind, we developed a 30-Video Animated Series so kids could watch the beloved characters interact with their environments. Each character remained as black-and-white line drawings to create an "animated coloring book," so kids could continue to reimagine their own identities and experiences up on screen.

Meet the Founders

Laura Schneider, LMHC
Founder / Author / Narrator

Laura Schneider is a Licensed Mental Health Therapist in the state of Washington. She has been working as a mental health counselor since 1993, helping children, adolescents, and adults find balance, gain perspective, and learn effective skills to address life’s challenges. In 2019, Laura retired from her private practice to focus full-time on Casey’s Clubhouse.

Laura has been working with Leslie Fields on social skills groups since 2005. She believes that social-emotional skills are essential human skills and are best received in childhood, although accessible to all ages and stages. Her goal now is to develop Casey’s curriculum and train professionals to use the curriculum effectively both therapeutically and educationally. Laura also teaches parenting classes and consults with parents on effective parenting skills. She writes articles on parenting, social skills, and kid related topics for schools, parenting magazines, and online family websites.

In addition to her work, Laura is married and has two children and two step-children who are all grown up! She loves to write, paint, draw, and travel.
Leslie Fields, LMHC

Leslie Fields currently works as a counselor in private practice for children, tweens, and parents. She is a Sandplay Practitioner, STA. Her passion has been to improve and enhance children’s social experiences. She worked with Terri Hollinsworth, LICSW, for 18 years as co-leader of Wally’s Club. She then opened Wally’s Club Eastside with Laura Schneider, LMHC in 2005. Together they developed their own social skills curriculum, workbooks, and training program for Casey’s Clubhouse.

In addition to her career, Ms. Fields is married and is step-mom to her daughter and a grandmother to her grandkids. She loves her dog Mulligan, who is a Reading with Rover volunteer dog. She loves to play tennis, dance and drum and travel.
Rachel Janis Doerflinger, BA
Creative Director

      Rachel Janis Doerflinger holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Knox College in Illinois. She has been working since 2019 to help her mother-in-law, Laura Schneider, establish a new and contemporary creative direction for the Casey's Clubhouse brand. She worked alongside Laura to create character rigs and animate the curriculum, lending her innovative eye for detail and organization to make the curriculum feel consistent and coherent. She also writes web content, creates graphics, and polishes the look for the Casey's Clubhouse website. 

Ever since she taught children essential safety skills through a summer camp program as a high schooler, Rachel knew she wanted to work to make a difference in children's lives. 

When she's not working, Rachel loves writing poetry, making art, eating sushi, and spending time with her wife, calico cat, and doodle pup! 
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We Love Our Team!


Laura Schneider
Rachel Doerflinger
Dylan Doerflinger


Rachel Doerflinger
Andi Mittmann


Shannon Schneider
Rachelle Williams


Don Schneider
Shannon Schneider
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