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Meet our Therapists

Daniel Kotsias, MSW
In person and Virtual

Daniel completed his Master of Social Work (MSW) at Edinboro University and has been working as a licensed clinical social worker and psychotherapist/counselor for 5+ years. 

Daniel utilizes an eclectic combination of treatment methods including CBT and mindfulness to tailor an effective treatment to each individual.

George Minor, MSW, CADC

George completed his master’s in social work with a focus on substance use disorder (SUD), severe mental illness (SMI) and co-occurring disorders at Eastern Michigan University.


 George has worked with various populations such as adolescents, adults, homeless individuals, and veterans for 7 years+. His therapeutic approach is CBT, Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, and Solutions Focused Therapy.

Ahuva Smilowitz, MSW
In person and Virtual

Ahuva completed her MSW at Daemen University and specializes in working with individuals and couples with anxiety, depression, and complex trauma

Utilizing a unique EMDR, Internal Family Systems and Cognitive Behavioral approach, Ahuva focuses on the different parts of our mind and personality and how they unknowingly impact our daily life. 

Deborah Stone
MSW  In person and Virtual
Child and Family Therapist

Deborah Stone, a licensed social worker, specializes in supporting children, teens, young adults, and families. Using an engaging, strength-based approach, she assists clients in tackling challenges like mental health, family dynamics, peer, social, and educational issues.

With a Master of Social Work degree from Wayne State University, Deborah blends Cognitive Behavior Therapy with play therapy and mindfulness techniques tailored to clients’ ages and specific needs. Through her empathetic guidance, she empowers clients to navigate life's complexities with confidence and resilience, aiding them in unlocking their full potential and thriving.



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Kayla Wayntraub, 


Kayla is a licensed clinical social worker holding a master of social work degree from the Wurzweiler school of social work. 

Kayla specializes in working with teens and young adults struggling with anxiety and depression and utilizes a compassionate, supportive and emotionally focused approach to help others alleviate stress and build a better life. 

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