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Christine Lantin aims to support patients who suffer from anxiety. She understands the emotional toll that untreated anxiety can have on an individual’s thoughts, behaviors, and physical body. Christine is a licensed and board-certified physician assistant whose interest in psychiatry originated out of working with chronic pain patients. Her experience while clinically treating chronic pain shed light on the effects of the physical struggles a person experiences on their psychological and social environment. Christine is dedicated to assisting her patients in dealing with their anxious emotions and consequential poor behaviors based on anxiety related to medical issues and other mental health contributors.
Ashley Seredynski believes in the importance of addressing the underlying and untreated psychological conditions of individuals who struggle with sleep issues and disorders. In addition to supporting individuals as they cope with issues of anxiety and depression, Ashley also assesses the social, relational, and environmental factors that may be negatively contributing to poor sleep. As a physician assistant, Ashley also evaluates the medical background of her patients to address any biological factors that may be disrupting sleep. She strives to treat insomnia with proper skill-building and appropriate behavioral modifications as a means to developing a healthier overall lifestyle.
Megan Becker approaches individuals who struggle with emotional eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa, by assessing emotional fears, anxieties, and worries that may contribute to low confidence and self-harming behaviors. She is passionate about mental and physical well-being, and integrates her skills as a physician assistant with her interest in psychiatry to help her clients achieve healthy lifestyles by gaining positive coping skills. Megan is committed to each of her patients and works alongside them to help them recover and heal from emotional trauma, low self-esteem, and distorted visions of themselves.