Kailee Richter, MFT is the owner of Healthy Connections and a practicing clinician. She offers therapy to individuals, couples and families. Kailee approaches therapy with a focus on acknowledging the interconnectedness of mental, physical and spiritual health. She tailors treatment to each individual client based on their strengths and relationship skills. Kailee approaches the seriousness of healthy relationships with a warm and good-natured demeanor. She is certified in play therapy and has extensive experience in treating anxiety disorders and depression, communication, lifestyle management and self-esteem issues. She is experienced with clients of all ages and backgrounds. She is a graduate of Ohio University with a Bachelors in Psychology and the University of Maryland with a Masters in Couple and Family Therapy.
Erin Heirendt, NCC, LPC is a clinician at Healthy Connections. She offers therapy to families and individuals, but specializes in therapy with children and adolescents. Erin uses a number of therapeutic approaches depending upon the needs of the client. Erin's primary therapy strategy is a solution focused, cognitive behavioral approach to review needs and help clients move toward a more positive and healthy goal. She is certified in trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy and has experience treating young people with anxiety, depression, attention and focus disorders as well as adjusting to difficult transitions in life. Therapy is inclusive and focuses on developing healthy relationships to ensure positive supports and effective coping skills. Erin is experienced with school concerns including academic anxiety, bullying and education plans. She is a graduate of Washington and Jefferson College with a Bachelors in Psychology and English and California University of PA with a Masters in Clinical Counseling.
Jackie Mandock, MSCP, NCC, LBSC, MH is a clinician at Healthy Connections. She primarily provides therapy to children and adolescents, but also has experience with families and adults. Jackie approaches therapy from a holistic perspective, always staying mindful of how the body, mind, and spirit are interconnected. Jackie is certified in trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy and is trained in parent-child interaction therapy. She has worked with many different concerns, ranging from attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder to trauma, as well as anxiety and depression. Jackie is also a licensed behavioral specialist with a strong background in autism. Jackie was a school-based therapist and is familiar with school concerns and supporting educational issues. She is a graduate of University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelors in Psychology and Neuroscience and Chatham University with a Masters in Counseling Psychology. Jackie also has a Master Herbalist diploma from American College of Health Sciences