Hillary Eastman, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Hillary is passionate about empowering her clients in a warm, non-judgmental, safe space so they feel comfortable on the journey to achieve their goals and challenge negative thoughts along the way. Her empathetic and supportive approach encourages clients to believe in their own strength and use it to tackle obstacles to reach their greatest potential. 


Hillary worked in the foster care system and in inpatient clinical settings before making the choice to move to outpatient treatment several years ago. She sees children, adolescents and adults and has special interest in helping clients with:


  • Managing life transitions


  • Navigating relationship issues

  • Trauma aftermath & PTSD coping skills

  • Living beyond domestic violence 

  • Depression 


Dr. Jamie Freda

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Jamie strives to create a space where clients can build their resiliency against the overstimulation and stress of everyday life by combining mindfulness, relaxation, and nature-based practices. She uses a method she calls “ecofeedback” that encourages clients to monitor and control the physiological changes that occur as they harness the calming and restorative powers of reconnecting with nature.


She also has extensive experience administering psychological and neuropsychological assessments to children, adolescents, and adults, with a primary focus on ADD/ADHD, mood and personality, behavioral issues, and neurocognitive disorders.


Particular areas of specialty for Jamie are:


  • Psychological and neuropsychological assessment

  • Anxiety & depression 

  • Overcoming poor self esteem and increasing self awareness

  • Managing phase of life transitions & burnout

  • Ecotherapy and nature-based treatments


Dr. Freda earned her Doctorate of Psychology from Argosy University


Maggie McCreary, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Maggie uses a compassionate and eclectic approach to assist clients in understanding and managing their mental health. Her approach to helping clients find balance involves empowering them to realize they have the keys within themselves to find the answers they seek.  She specifically tailors her therapeutic approach to each client to ensure they are realizing their goals in the most effective and satisfying manner possible.


In addition to her more than 19 years of counseling experience, Maggie has a strong background in medical settings, having spent many years as a medical social worker. She sees adults, adolescents, couples and families and has special interest in helping clients with:


  • Trauma aftermath & PTSD coping skills

  • Adapting to and managing issues related to chronic illness 

  • Divorce and families in crisis 

  • Managing grief and loss

  • Anxiety & depression


Maggie earned her undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Texas at Austin and her graduate degree in social work from the University of Houston


Jenny Silver, LCSW-S

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Supervisor

Jenny is warm, compassionate and non-judgmental and is committed to developing safe and trusting relationships with her clients while working with them to achieve their self-identified goals. She uses a diversified approach specific to the needs of each client and is able to affect positive change and growth.

She is comfortable working with diverse populations and is open to all people, regardless of gender identity, sexuality and disability. 


Jenny sees clients 14 years of age and older and her areas of particular interest and experience include:

  • Illness, death & dying and aging concerns

  • Sexual orientation, gender identity and LGBTQ+-related issues

  • Polyamorous, kink-friendly and alternative relationships 

  • Anxiety, depression and bi-polar disorder

  • Divorce, blended family & adoption issues


Jenny earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work at New York University.


Lauren Caiella, LMSW Associate

Licensed Social Worker, Associate

Lauren is passionate about helping adolescents, adults and families unlock their unique strengths to live a fulfilling and authentic life. In a safe and supportive space, Lauren works with clients to grow, heal, and move beyond feeling “stuck”. Today’s always-on culture contributes to anxiety, depression, burnout, and a pace of life that can feel difficult to sustain.


Lauren utilizes a compassionate and diverse approach anchored in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to help clients find balance and make progress in their journey. Lauren wholeheartedly believes in the power of feeling seen, heard and understood in the therapeutic relationship. Lauren’s focus areas include:

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Social Anxiety

  • Self Esteem issues

  • Trauma

  • Life Transitions

  • Relationship and family issues

  • Parenting Issues

  • Work-Life Balance and Burnout

  • Chronic Health conditions intersecting with mental health

Lauren earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work at the University of Southern California.