Jennifer Regester, LCSW


BSW – Carlow University | MSW – University of Oklahoma 

Jennifer is a Certified Clinical Supervisor and experienced leader of Clinical Internship and Residency Programs. She has more than 20 years of experience as a clinical social worker and therapist, mental health and behavioral case manager, and counseling director serving diverse populations.

She has served individuals, couples, families, and groups in medical ICU trauma, substance abuse, homeless services, and behavioral health settings. Jennifer is trained in the evidence-based Strengthening Families Parents Cafe program and EMDR therapy.

Lauren Burke, LCSW


MSW – Case Western Reserve University | BSW – University of Findlay

Lauren is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has diverse experience working with children, adolescents and adults within a variety of family dynamics and settings. Her background in nature-based therapy and ecosystemic structural family-based therapy has influenced her way of practice.

Lauren utilizes an integrated, strength-based therapeutic approach while emphasizing the interconnected nature of the mind, body  and spirit. Her aim is to empower clients on a journey of self discovery and healing, so they can create the life they want.

Katrina Campbell, LSW


MSW – Salem State University + Graduate Certificate in Counseling – Messiah University | BSW – Gordon College

Katrina is a Licensed Social Worker who specializes in the treatment of anxiety, depression, grief, loss, and life transitions. She has more than 20 years of experience with individuals and families in diverse settings, including pregnancy care, refugee resettlement, youth residential care, and Child Protection Services. Finding ways to promote community health is one of her passions, along with hiking and reading.

Katrina has a warm personality and a gentle spirit. She cultivates a trusting and safe environment while working collaboratively. Her desire is to come alongside clients in their life journey to support a renewed sense of hope, new skills, and increased self awareness.

In the therapy setting, Katrina begins with a person-centered approach, pulling from methods such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), mindfulness and strength-based approaches, and Family Systems Theory (FST) as needed. She works primarily with adults, seniors, and families.

I pin my hopes to quiet processes and small circles, in which vital and transforming events take place.” -Rufus Jones

Danny Churchill, LCSW


MSW – University of Pittsburgh | BS in Psychology – University of Pittsburgh

Danny is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has several years of experience working with individuals ranging from teenagers to older adults as well as couples. He uses a client-centered, trauma-informed, and holistic approach to support his clients as they address concerns such as anxiety, depression, trauma, grief and loss, and adjustment issues. He desires to help clients reach their full potential and to feel empowered to manage the challenges that brought them to counseling in the first place. 

Danny specializes in cognitive-behavioral therapy and is an EMDR-trained provider. After once interning at Anchorpoint himself, he now serves as the organization’s Internship Director where he provides individual supervision to the next generation of counselors as they pursue their master’s degrees in counseling or social work.


Jennifer Galvez, LCSW


MSW – University of Pittsburgh | BSW – University of Pittsburgh / Advanced Academic Standing

Jennifer is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has worked in the field for the last 29 years. She has worked in a variety of settings, including residential programs, inpatient hospital settings, and partial. Within these contexts, she has provided individual therapy, family work & group processing.

Jennifer has a down-to-earth approach (peppered with humor) and seeks to foster a sense of emotional safety for her clients where they can be totally authentic participants. She views the therapeutic relationship as a partnership, built on trust and mutuality. Jennifer doesn’t view her clients as “patients” but rather experts of their own life experiences.

She takes a strengths-based, holistic approach with her clients to create a space for healing and growth. Her “tool-box” is varied to include Family Systems Theory, Developmental Psychology, Motivational Interviewing, CBT, Client-Centered, Crisis Intervention, Problem-Solving, Task-Centered, and Narrative Therapy.

Jennifer loves anything that has to do with nature. She has had her garden featured in a local neighborhood publication and on Phipps Conservatory’s “Galleria of Gardens” webpage. She resides locally with her family and pets.

Owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing that we will ever do.” -Brene Brown

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Sarah Hodge, LPC


MA in Clinical Mental Health – Waynesburg University | BA in Psychology – Waynesburg University

Sarah is a licensed counselor who brings a unique perspective through her years of work in the foster care system. She has experience with children, families and court-involved individuals, and she understands the need for stability and support within the family unit.  

Sarah’s approach to therapy focuses on meeting the client’s needs based on their current life situation. She implements a wide range of techniques, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, to promote growth and healing while challenging clients to reach their goals. Her own spiritual journey motivates her to serve both her clients and the surrounding communities. 

Kristen Olson-Gaia, LSW


MSW – University of Pittsburgh | J.D.  Duquesne University | BA in Communications and Theater – Duquesne University

After completing two years of internship at Anchorpoint, Kristen is now on staff full-time as a licensed social worker. She finds her purpose in helping clients struggling with grief in its many forms, and she enjoys facilitating our Living Through Grief spousal loss support group.

Kristen’s experience includes providing individual, family, and group counseling services for adolescents and adults in a variety of settings.

She utilizes an integrated approach to therapy from many different models, such as cognitive-behavioral, acceptance and commitment, solutions-focused, and psychodynamics. Kristen is also a certified telehealth service provider.

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Ashley Whitaker, NCC

certified COUNSELOR

MA in Clinical Mental Health – Messiah University | BA in Psychology – Carlow University

After completing a year of internship at Anchorpoint, Ashley is now on staff full-time as a certified counselor. She has diverse experience working with people of all ages and backgrounds but has a deep passion for those struggling with grief and trauma. Ashley is currently a facilitator for a spousal loss support group and is trained in EMDR therapy.

Ashley utilizes a person-centered approach, integrated with strength-based perspectives. She pulls from a variety of techniques, such as solution-focused, CBT, and DBT. She is also a certified telehealth provider.