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Stress and worry are feelings and emotions that can have debilitating effects on an individual if left untreated. Stress can be induced by a variety of factors including relationship issues, problems in the workplace, trauma, loss, and financial concerns. Worry emulates from similar issues as other stressors that cause distress in an individual’s life. Managing stress, worry, and overall anxiety is key to living a peaceful and meaningful life that is free from unwanted and distracting stressors.

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Caitlin Garstkiewicz


Caitlin Garstkiewicz delivers a therapeutic approach that is based on techniques that aim to de-stress and overcome worries and fears. She believes that stress can create mental health issues, but also believes that mental health conditions can create stress itself. Caitlin is experienced in treating a variety of mental health conditions that are rooted in thoughts, feelings, and emotions of fear, concern, and overall stress. Ms. Garstkiewicz practices a variety of evidence-based and holistic modalities when treating anxiety, stress, and worry. She specifically utilizes psychodynamic theory, cognitive behavioral techniques (CBT/DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and mindfulness to help patients overcome their emotions when they are feeling overwhelmed.

Grand McDonald


Grand McDonald understands that persistent worry and specific fears, such as social interactions and communication, can become not only stressful, but impact many different aspects of an individual’s life. She has a strong clinical training history in assessing, evaluating, and treating both young and old individuals who suffer from anxiety. Dr. McDonald provides her clients with the specific tools that are effective in managing social anxiety which affect communication within interpersonal, professional, and public relationships. She addresses the behavioral consequences that result from mental health issues like anxiety, and therefore understands the need to be able to understand how to apply the skills and tools gained in therapy to social settings.