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Borderline personality disorder is indicated by overall instability and insecurity that affects various aspects in a person’s life. Toxic thoughts, troubling emotions, and unhealthy behaviors are all characteristics of borderline personality disorder. The need for emotional balance, steady thoughts, and healthy habits are all obtainable goals when collaboratively working with a licensed and professional mental health expert.

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Christine Lantin


Christine Lantin is committed to helping individuals deal with past traumatic experiences and consequential toxic feelings and behaviors. Christine is experienced in treating post-traumatic stress disorder and other anxiety related issues. She understands the importance of acknowledging significant life events, creating a healthy sense of mindfulness, and making positive behavior choices. Christine’s goal is to guide her patients toward achieving an emotional and physical life that is free of stress, fear, and negative memories and perceptions. She works closely with individuals to assist them in exploring their inner thoughts and altering their external behaviors and experiences.

Megan Becker


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.

Sankrant Reddy


Sankrant Reddy motivates individuals who deal with psychological and behavioral disorders, such as emotional eating disorders, to obtain the confidence and awareness needed to make healthy choices for their physical and mental health. Dr. Reddy helps clients who suffer from anorexia nervosa by acknowledging their emotions, addressing their thoughts, and modifying their coping behaviors as a way to overcome extreme, harmful, and unhealthy habits. He is experienced in working with clients who are challenged by anxiety and depression, and he understands that when left untreated, these mental health conditions can lead to the development of unhealthy eating disorders, like anorexia nervosa.