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Psychotherapy is the practice of using verbal communication, also known as talk therapy, to treat a variety of mental health conditions. Adult psychotherapy is specifically used for full-grown individuals who are experiencing or struggling with issues that include anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders. The four main types of psychotherapy include cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, interpersonal therapy, and family-focused therapy. The purpose of psychotherapy is to promote organized thoughts, management of emotions, and overall improved well-being.

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Easter Young


Easter Young specializes in treating young patients, both children and adolescents, with a variety of mental health issues. She is passionate about teaching young patients how to cope with their emotions if they are currently struggling with their mental well-being. Easter stresses the importance of seeking therapy in order to prepare young minds for how to understand and cope with unanticipated future adversities throughout their lives. As a licensed social worker, registered behavioral technician, youth mentor, and servant-leader, Easter recognizes that young individuals can benefit from the guidance of trained, well-versed, and caring professionals.

Caitlin Garstkiewicz


Caitlin Garstkiewicz approaches adult patients who are challenged by their mental status and well-being by utilizing the practice of psychotherapy. She is especially interested in helping patients work through emotional regulation and stress management. By targeting the thoughts, feelings, and emotions of patients, she is able to assist in understanding their origins and developing coping techniques for dealing with those emotions. Caitlin’s approach to therapy is centered around psychodynamic theory and cognitive behavioral techniques, such as cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavior therapy.

Erika White


Erika White utilizes psychotherapy to treat adult patients who are coping with the effects of anxiety disorders, bereavement/grief, PTSD, anger management, depression, adjustment disorders, and substance abuse. She understands the strong impact that the commitment to talk therapy and communication can have on many different aspects of an individual’s life. Erika strives to invite her patients into a warm space that is safe, comfortable, and directed towards reaching personal goals through the use of psychotherapeutic and holistic practices.