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Licensed therapist Joshua Hostetter has experience counseling both adolescents and adults in areas such as anxiety and depression. He's worked extensively in the field of addictions and currently focuses on mental-health issues during group and individual therapy sessions that emphasize safety and confidentiality. Joshua is joined by a team of other mental health professionals who've helped adults and kids suffering from bipolar disorder, ADD, and PTSD, among other mental-health diagnoses.
Using his own two hands, Bryan Fulop has customized more than 1,000 closets. His decade of experience gives Bryan a practiced eye for efficient design. He knows how to maximize a space’s utility while also creating spaces for different categories of items, which makes it easy to find just the belt or mountain of soy-sauce packets you’re looking for. In addition to making over bedroom storage spaces, My Custom Closet tackles cluttered garages and laundry rooms, installing cabinetry and shelves to hold cleaning supplies or sports equipment. If a closet owner isn’t happy with an organization feature, Bryan drops by to fix or replace it, fulfilling his 100% customer-satisfaction guarantee.
Whether on the carpeted and hardwood floors of his gym or on the grass of a local park, Mark Slater emphasizes the fun side of exercise. Drawing from past positions as the former strength and conditioning coach at Lock Haven University and personal training director at LA Fitness, he designs personalized workout regimens for individuals and groups. His fitness programs range from high-intensity interval training and flexibility-enhancing workouts to nutrition coaching and physical therapy. One of his core programs, though, is a weekly boot camp at Fenimore Park. Here, training circuits challenge participants to do crunches on the grass, haul power ropes, and spar with the park's scarecrow.