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Emily completed specialized training in mental health for children, adolescents, and adults, while earning her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, trained in helping those suffering with depression, anxiety, disordered eating, interpersonal relationships, emotion regulation, crisis and trauma. Emily has extensive experience working in crisis situations, with self-injury, and suicidal ideation and attempts. She counsels individuals, couples and families as well as facilitates group therapy. Emily’s passion is assisting others gain a better understanding of themselves and their individual strengths and struggles, and how they can use those strengths to work through challenges, to live an authentic and genuinely happy life.

Emily has extensive experience applying the evidenced based treatment, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, with clients struggling with emotion dysregulation, interpersonal ineffectiveness, have an inability to tolerate distress, and lack mindfulness skills. This treatment is effective with almost all populations and issues. Emily also facilitates training for licensed clinicians and students in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, DBT Skills Group Training and training for working successfully with High Conflict Personalities for continuing education credits.

In addition to Emily’s clinical work with clients, she is passionate about teaching and training those new in the therapy field. For those looking for a strong clinical footing, she is available and able to supervise LCSW-A’s for licensure.

MSW, LCSW, Owner

Emily Grimes

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My passion is to assist my clients in becoming their best and healthiest self. I want to partner with my clients in creating a life for themselves that they can be confident in and proud of. My goal is to always practice with a holistic view of my client's health and whole self (physical, emotional, relational, financial, and spiritual). I enjoy walking through the healing process with my clients and maintaining a strengths-based perspective.

I have a variety of experience with different levels of care, ages and populations, and therapy modalities. My specialties are in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Cognitive Behavior Therapy. I have experience with a variety of diagnoses, however, my specialties are in mood disorders, trauma-related disorders, personality disorders, and adjustment disorders.

I would love to talk with you and discuss your goals for therapy. Please feel free to contact me and I will be in touch as soon as possible. I know that it can be difficult to seek therapy, so be proud of yourself for stepping out in bravery to take care of yourself! It is absolutely something to be proud of.

MSW, LCSW, Therapist

Caitlyn Yesavage

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I have specialized training in helping those suffering with depression, anxiety, disordered eating, interpersonal effectiveness, emotion regulation, and trauma. I also have experience working with those in crisis situations, those who struggle with self-injury and suicidal ideation. I have worked as an outpatient mental health therapist for a large non-profit agency, delivered services such as intensive outpatient for those experiencing substance use disorders, anger and explosive reaction regulation, crisis assistance, and serious and persistent mental illness recovery skills. I have counseled individuals, couples, and families.

My passion is clinical work and assisting others better understand themselves, their individual challenges, and those around them to live a genuinely happy and successful life. I have extensive training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy which is an evidenced based practice used primarily for the treatment of personality disorders, as well as other diagnoses

My counseling approach starts with the building of a strong counseling relationship with the client. I focus on the client’s strengths and then their challenges after building a solid relationship with them. I strive to establish and maintain a therapeutic relationship that is based on acceptance, respect, trust, and encouragement.

MSW, LCSW, Therapist

Christine Still

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Fallon received her BA in Psychology from Boston University in 2006.  After serving in the Navy for eight years, Fallon returned to Boston and earned her MSW from Boston College School of Social Work in 2016.  She has more than a decade of experience working with and counseling adolescents and young adults.  She specializes in working with school-based behavioral issues, adolescent depression and anxiety, LGBTQ identity, adoptive/blended families, trauma, and bereavement.   Fallon is licensed by the state of North Carolina as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associate,  License #: P011368.

MSW, LCSWA, Therapist

Fallon Stapleton

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I have multiple years of experience counseling families struggling with trauma-based behavioral and parenting issues. I have extensive experience working with adolescent and young adult populations challenged with developing the skills to transition into effective adulthood. I have experience working with adolescents, adults, couples, and families who struggle with addictions, depression, anxiety, relational issues, grief and loss, men’s issues, codependence, trauma, and parenting issues. I have experience delivering parental guidance and life skills training.

I believe in a holistic view of counseling, meaning that mind, body, and spirit all play into our well-being. I may utilize several treatment approaches when working with clients. These may include, based on client need, Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy.

My counseling approach is primarily strengths-based, solution focused, and values driven. Building a person-centered, trusting, and respectful relationship is paramount to my practice approach. I aim to provide a safe, comfortable, and nonjudgmental atmosphere to allow for comfortable expression and processing of thoughts and feelings.

MSW, LCSW, Therapist

Robert Allnock