Why choose us?
 

Gettin’ My Mind Right LLC’s staff prides themselves on meeting their patients where they are to assist them on their journey. We believe in showing up as our true selves and not using therapy jargon or book knowledge to engage with our patients. We are realistic and genuine! We can empathize with the struggles of everyday life, as well as maintain hope that things will improve!

Meet The Team

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Gianna Lyn, LCSW
Chief Executive Officer and Clinician

Gianna Carlton is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the state of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Delaware State University and her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh. Gianna is also certified in Cognitive Therapy.

 

Gianna is the Chief Executive Officer and lead clinician for Gettin’ My Mind Right LLC. She previously worked with patients diagnosed with depression, anxiety, and Bipolar Disorder. She works with patients to increase self-awareness, self-love, manage symptoms of depression, anxiety, managing life transitions, goal setting, and learning how to improve interpersonal skills. Gianna’s patients have found success when they are motivated and open to learning new skills and utilizing the skills outside of therapy sessions.

 

Additionally, Gianna provides clinical supervision to aspiring clinicians seeking to obtain their LCSW, LMFT or LPC. Gianna currently works at a local university helping social work students find their internships. 

 

Outside work, Gianna also attends a non-denominational church, spending time with family, particularly her sister and niece. She loves spending time with her husband and friends, baking, painting, writing, traveling, enjoying the spa, and going to museums.

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Sierra Cribb, LSW
Clinician

Sierra Cribb is a Licensed Social Worker (LSW) based out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Throughout her undergraduate and graduate studies, she used an interdisciplinary approach to further explore the connections between culture and health norms within communities of color. Her studies uncovered her passion for understanding how BIPOC communities access and engage in dialogue about mental healthcare. 

 

Sierra has experience providing individual, family, and group therapy services in inpatient, outpatient, and private practice settings. Using individualized, trauma-informed therapeutic approaches, she seeks to help her clients have greater access to the resources they need to improve their mental health, wellness, and overall quality of life.

Sierra has found that she enjoys coupling creative and expressive modalities with the following therapies: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Gestalt Therapy, and Play Therapy. She specializes in the following: anxiety, anger management, depression, grief/ loss, identity creation, issues related to gender and/or sexuality, life transitions, and trauma. She values the ability to co-create a nonjudgmental space with her clients to explore and overcome barriers in their wellness journeys.