Laura attended the University of Pittsburgh for her undergraduate education and earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. Emily has been working with families and children with autism for four years at New Story Throop. Brad borrows heavily from systemic, cognitive-behavioral, and existential theory when conceptualizing, but often utilizes an eclectic approach in treatment. She has worked with clients that have been diagnosed with stress, anxiety, depression, adjustment disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, and trauma. Her approach is integrated in nature and considers cognition, behavior, communication, family of origin, cultural factors, and the physical body.
She promotes a collaborative care environment and focuses on individual strengths in order to enhance interpersonal awareness.
Krista uses cognitive behavioral therapy to challenge and reframe negative thought processes. Amanda strives to encourage those she works with to create a meaningful and fulfilled life and to strive for their dreams. Michelle tailors her approach to each individual client, often employing the humanistic model to meet the client where they are present. Website Tips Tip 1: Stephanie has experience working with adults and adolescents in a variety of settings. She specializes in working with children, adolescents, young adults, and families.
She has also worked at Children's Service Center where she focused on child, adolescent and adult psychiatry. Jen is a yoga instructor and a Reiki Practitioner with plans for a certification in psychiatric nursing, creating a holistic nutrition program, and working with ayruvedic medicine on the horizon. She specializes in working with children, adolescents, young adults, and families. She is dedicated to providing comprehensive quality care to the people of this area. Tiffany Griffiths and Associates.