Lucas Carsto, LPC
Treasurer | Clinical Director
Luke Carsto, LPC, NCC has been working in the mental health field for 14 years since his getting his undergraduate degree in Psychology and 7 years’ experience working in a community mental health agency setting.
While working in an acute psychiatric hospital, he decided to earn his master’s degree in counseling. After graduation Luke worked as a Project Coordinator for a county funded program that would provide mental health services for county funded programs throughout Montgomery County. He also has experience working with individuals on the Autism Spectrum in school and home settings.
Luke has experience working with children, adolescents and adults, individual, couples, family and group therapy. He specializes in working with individuals experiencing trauma, domestic violence. mood and anxiety barriers, grief, and adjusting to changes in one’s life.
Luke believes that the person seeking help is the one that has control over their treatment and ultimately their lives. He works to tailor your therapeutic experience to match your subject needs providing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and other therapy models with a holistic approach by recommending integrative complementary and alternative therapies – which has been shown to improves cognition and mind body connection.