Our Team

Emily Pittman, LCSW

Emily Pittman, LCSW

Founder and Owner

Innersight LLC was founded in 2018 by Emily Pittman, LCSW. Over the years the solo practitioner practice developed into a group therapy practice offering not only insurance based services but contracted services as well.  Innersight LLC developed working relationships within the local school districts within Westmoreland County, the Westmoreland County Community College, and the county agencies of Westmoreland and Washington County.  In 2020 the Innersight Bridges Program was developed in order to “Bridge the Gap” in mental health services that were being seen in the school districts and community.  

Emily specializes in trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy with over 20  years experience in the field of social work.  Emily believes in offering  quality care to all of Innersights clients by trained reputable therapists with high ethical standards and dedication to their clients achieving their goals.  

Jennifer Glunt, LCSW

Jennifer Glunt, LCSW

Supporting Penn Trafford School District

Jennifer is a 2005 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work. She has a certificate in child welfare, a Master’s degree, and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). She specializes in the treatment of children’s mental and behavioral health.

Jennifer’s therapeutic approach focuses on providing a safe and caring environment. She is a great listener who prides herself in taking time to understand each individual’s concerns from their perspective. She is devoted to building a child’s communication skills to ensure their needs are being met.

She is passionate about highlighting children’s strengths to help build their self confidence. It is a blessing for her to see children grow and learn and become secure individuals.

Jennifer helps to support children experiencing concerns such as: worry, anxiety, sadness, depression, inattention, hyperactivity, and disruptive behaviors. She has also worked extensively with children with symptoms on the Autism Spectrum.

She has advanced training in the treatment of children who have experienced traumatic events including children in foster care and who have been adopted. Jennifer received her certification in Trauma Focused – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) in 2017.

Additionally, collaboration with all adults involved in a child’s life is vital to ensure a successful outcome in treatment and Jennifer is excited to provide this support at Penn Trafford School District.

Julianne Kalp, LCSW

Julianne Kalp, LCSW

Northgate Square and Greater Latrobe School District

Julianne is a 2009 graduate of the University if Pittsburgh School of Social Work where she obtained a masters degree with a focus in mental health counseling. She graduated from the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg with a Bachelor’s degree  in Psychology in 2007.

Julianne has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in various capacities. These include private practice and clinic based outpatient settings, school based settings  and has provided in-home therapy services. She has experience treating a variety of diagnoses including: anxiety, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, depression,  bipolar disorder, mood disorders, adjustment disorders, oppositional defiant disorder, and post traumatic stress disorder.

Julianne strives to create an environment where she can work to collaboratively set goals to meet each client’s needs.

Kendra Kitko, LCSW

Kendra Kitko, LCSW

Telehealth, Penn Trafford School District, Penn Trafford School District Bridges Program

Kendra has over 18 years of experience in mental health and has worked in a variety of settings including community mental health, school based therapy, higher education and independent practice.  Kendra began her career working with children and families who experienced abuse, neglect and other traumas.  Through this challenging work, Kendra was extensively trained in the treatment of trauma and developed a philosophy of therapy that supports each individual where they are and focuses on their resilience and capacity to heal.  In addition to trauma informed practices, she has training in the following areas: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Art and Play Therapy techniques, Mindfulness, Tele-Health Practices, Family Systems and Attachment Theory. 

More recently Kendra has begun to explore the ever-emerging field of Neuro Psychology and the Polyvagal Theory to address trauma, safety and emotional regulation.  She has experience with the following clinical concerns: stress management, depression, anxiety, mood regulation, social anxiety, relationship and family distress, attention and motivation challenges, self-esteem, perfectionism, and grief.  Kendra holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Stephen F. Austin University in Nacogdoches, Texas and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh.  She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in good standing with the state of Pennsylvania.

Jana Merriman, LCSW

Jana Merriman, LCSW

Northgate Square, Washington County, Telehealth, Westmoreland County Juvenile Detention Center and Shelter

Jana graduated from West Virginia University in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. After working in the mental health field for several years, she earned a master’s degree in social work from Arizona State University. Jana is currently Licensed as a Social Worker in the state of Pennsylvania.  She has provided treatment for families and individuals of all ages in outpatient, residential, school, and in-home settings. Her approach is personalized using a variety of treatment modalities tailored to meet the unique needs of her clients. Jana has specialized training in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Nurturing Parenting and Aggression Replacement Training.

Mary O'Hara, LCSW

Mary O'Hara, LCSW

Northgate Square, Greater Latrobe School District, Telehealth and Westmoreland County Juvenile Detention Center and Shelter, Derry Area School District

Mary O’Hara received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2013 and worked with survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault following this degree. She received her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work and a certificate in Children, Youth, and Families and was a fellow at the Center of Race and Social Problems in 2016. She has provided treatment for families and individuals of all ages in school, and in-home settings. Her approach is personalized using a variety of treatment modalities tailored to meet the unique needs of her clients. She has experience treating a variety of diagnoses including: anxiety, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, depression,  bipolar disorder, mood disorders, adjustment disorders, and oppositional defiant disorder. Mary is a member of the Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers and is a Certified Clinical Anxiety Treatment Professional (CCATP). 

Celeste Tempo, LPC

Celeste Tempo, LPC

Northgate Square, Telehealth and Norwin School District

Celeste is a board certified, licensed professional counselor with over 15 years working in the mental health field.  She has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families in various capacities.  These include private practice and clinic- based outpatient counseling, school-based therapy in several districts, conducting psychological evaluations, Wraparound services (home/school/community), partial hospitalization, and juvenile detention. Celeste also has experience providing expert testimony to the courts, facilitating therapeutic family visitation, and providing services for the Westmoreland County Children’s Bureau and Juvenile Probation.  She has experience treating a variety of diagnoses including, but not limited to: anxiety, autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, depression, bipolar disorder, mood disorders, adjustment disorders, oppositional defiant disorder and post traumatic disorder.  Celeste treats her clients in a compassionate and professional manner, taking a collaborative approach to assist with client empowerment in order to achieve treatment goals. Therapeutic modalities utilized include: cognitive behavioral therapy, gestalt, mindfulness, play therapy, relaxation, guided imagery, and exposure therapy. She has a passion and extensive experience working with children and adolescents who are struggling behaviorally, emotionally and socially.

Heather Lee, LPC

Heather Lee, LPC

Telehealth and Greater Latrobe School District

Heather has been working with children, adolescents, and adults in the fields of mental health, behavioral health, and addictions for the past 19 years.  She graduated from Oberlin College in 2000 with a Bachelors degree in Psychology and from Seton Hill in 2007 with a Masters degree in Art Therapy with a specialization in Counseling.  Heather is a Registered Art Therapist and Certified Addictions Counselor on top of having her License in Professional Counseling.  She has been effective working with anxiety, depression, Bipolar, ADHD, ODD and other various diagnoses using a person centered and motivational approach to empower and strengthen individuals struggling with mental health symptoms and Co-Occurring Disorders.  When working with children, Heather uses a systems approach and works collaboratively with parents/guardians to help recognize and manage issues and stressors, as well as teach children ways to express themselves appropriately and manage their symptoms through play, art, and talk therapy.  She runs Art Therapy groups to increase comfort with socialization, provide psycho education about diagnoses, have a safe place to discuss topics on interests and needs, and use art to increase insight and mindfulness about symptoms and coping skills, which has been effective in improving moods and decreasing stress.

John Gatto, LPC

John Gatto, LPC

Northgate Square, Penn Trafford and Norwin Schools

John Gatto joins the Innersight family following a rewarding career in a variety of counseling settings. John’s educational background began with a BS in Social Work, followed by an MS in Counseling from California University of PA and a Secondary School Counseling Certificate from the University of Pittsburgh. John spent many years working with patients in a hospital psychiatric setting, followed by a position as a Mental Health Consultant, working in both out-patient and school counseling. Most recently, John focused his talents at Somerset Area School District as a Guidance Counselor, where he retired last year after almost two decades in a Secondary School setting. John continues to hold a passion for working alongside of adults and adolescents who are in need of mental health support. John utilizes a compassionate style of counseling, which focuses on building trust and confidence with clients, as he believes that insight and empowerment are essential tools in the healing process. John is happily married to his wife, Jill, who works full-time for Johnson & Johnson in the Sales Department. John is also a parent to three wonderful children. Leah (23) is a recent Psychology graduate from Clarion University of PA, Josh (21) is a Senior at Seton Hill University studying Computer Science, and James (16) is a Sophomore at Greater Latrobe High School. John also spends time on the couch with the furriest member of their family, Vinnie the Himalayan cat, in his lap. While John has many interests, including football and golf, he most recently helped his son James start the first ever Greater Latrobe High School Bowling Team, where he serves as Assistant Coach and Boosters President. John is also involved in the community and with his church. He enjoys travel and spending time with his family, as well as sports, reading, nutrition and exercise.

Jesse Somers, LPC

Jesse Somers, LPC

Northgate Square

Jesse graduated from California University of Pennsylvania in 2012 with his BA in Psychology and then with his M.Ed in School Counseling in 2014. Upon graduating, Jesse worked as a Career Counselor in a vocational education setting while obtaining his license as a Licensed Professional Counselor in 2018. As an LPC, Jesse has worked as a school-based therapist throughout a few different school districts in the area and a counselor in higher education. He has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with a wide variety of mental health diagnoses. Jesse takes an eclectic approach to treatment in helping people with current issues or ongoing challenges. His focus is doing whatever he can to help his patients obtain the utmost success while reaching their goals. You are not alone,  Jesse is here to offer support.

Natalie Onderick, LPC

Natalie Onderick, LPC

Derry Area School District Bridges Program

Natalie received her bachelor’s degree from Seton Hill University in Psychology and went on to receive her masters degree from IUP in Counselor Education. She is a certified secondary school counselor in Pennsylvania. She completed a certificate of advanced graduate studies in clinical mental health counseling at Messiah University and became a Licensed Professional Counselor. She has worked full time in the mental health field since 2007. She specializes in working with children, teenagers, young adults, and families. She has experience working with a wide range of emotional and behavioral disorders. She has provided a variety of services such as BHRS/ wraparound, individual and group therapy at a child/adolescent partial hospitalization program, therapy in an emotional support classroom, family based mental health therapy, outpatient therapy, and school based mental health therapy. Her primary modalities of treatment include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Play Therapy, and Person Centered Therapy. Natalie takes a strength based approach to help clients reach their identified goals.

Kristy Walter, ATR-BC, LPC

Kristy Walter, ATR-BC, LPC

Northgate Square and Greater Latrobe School District

Kristy is a Board-Certified Art Therapist (ATR-BC) and a licensed practicing counselor (LPC). Kristy is working towards becoming a Certified Grief Counseling Specialist (CGCS). She and her dog Baymax are members of the Top Dog Therapy Team, where they enjoy visiting community organizations & local nursing homes.

Kristy has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and elderly individuals. Over the past 6 years she has journeyed alongside clients and families struggling through grief, loss, bereavement, death & the dying process, depression, anxiety, and navigating through difficult life changes. She has experience leading therapeutic and creative groups and educational workshops for individuals in the community.

Her therapeutic approach includes art therapy, creative expression, mindfulness practices, emotion identification, and coping skill development. Kristy works alongside clients to help them honor their emotions, work through their experiences, learn coping skills, empower them to reach their treatment goals, and harness the power of their emotions. Kristy strives to create a safe space where clients can share their story, be authentic, feel heard & seen, and express all their emotions without judgement. Kristy will begin introducing her therapy dog Baymax to our office where he can bring joy and love to those who need it most.

Lauren Traill, LPC

Lauren Traill, LPC

Northgate Square and Telehealth

Lauren graduated from St. Vincent College in 2004 with my Bachelors in Psychology. She continued graduate coursework at California University of Pennsylvania, graduating in 2009 with a Master of Education in School Counseling. Lauren is a K-12 Certified School Counselor, National Certified Counselor, and Licensed Professional Counselor. She has worked in the school setting since 2009 in the elementary, middle school, and high school capacities, most recently as an Elementary School Counselor. She also worked for two years as a Mobile Therapist and Behavioral Specialist Consultant, and spent one summer as the Program Supervisor of a Summer Therapeutic Activity Program. Lauren has helped support children experiencing concerns such as: worry, anxiety, disruptive behaviors, emotional regulation, divorce/separation, social skills, OCD, and self-esteem. Her approach to treatment centers around psychoeducation, solution focused therapy, and CBT. Additionally, hes has spent a great deal of time researching approaches to treat anxiety and OCD.
Kelly Baluh, LPC

Kelly Baluh, LPC

Telehealth

My name is Kelly Baluh.  I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Point Park  in 1999 and worked at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic as a milieu therapist and an intensive case manager.  I received my Master’s degree in Community counseling and my school counseling certification from IUP.   I have provided treatment for children, adolescents and adults in the form of outpatient counseling, mobile therapy and as a behavioral specialist consultant.  For the past 8 years I have worked in the high school and college settings as a counselor. I received my professional counseling license in 2019.  My approach to treatment centers around reality based and solution focussed therapy.  I incorporate CBT as well.

Cindy Kapr, MS, NCC, LPC

Cindy Kapr, MS, NCC, LPC

Group, Individual, and Family therapy

Cindy has been a Licensed Professional Counselor and National Certified Counselor for over 20 years.  She earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychobiology from Westminster College and her Masters in Community Agency Counseling from California University of Pennsylvania.  She worked with at risk youth in a secure residential treatment facility, family-based, and school-based treatments.  She has experience in the college setting and with college students in a mental health setting, facing the unique challenges of balancing their mental health needs with educational demands.  She spent most of her career helping adults in an acute mental health partial hospitalization program.

Cindy has experience providing group, individual, and family therapy to people affected by diagnoses including depression, anxiety, OCD, and bipolar disorder.  She focuses on a strengths-based perspective to identify what promotes resilience for each client. She works with her clients to reduce barriers to meeting their needs and create breathing room to manage life challenges.  She incorporates practices and skills from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy in her counseling sessions.

Kristen Diehl, LPC

Kristen Diehl, LPC

Group, Individual, and Family therapy

Kristen is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master’s degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Her professional background includes effectively working with clients of all ages in a variety of settings such as school-based, partial hospitalization, outpatient and in-home while treating multiple mental health issues such as anxiety, OCD, ADHD, depression, behavioral challenges and addiction. Kristen primarily utilizes an empathetic and person-centered approach to treatment in combination with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to highlight client strengths and to achieve client goals. She aims to help clients feel accepted through unconditional positive regard, exploration of client values and oftentimes, humor.

Therese Fitzpatrick, LPC

Therese Fitzpatrick, LPC

Office and Telehealth

Therese has been a Licensed Professional Counselor for over 20 years and worked in the behavioral health field for over 40 years.  She attended Saint Francis University, graduating with a BS in Sociology / Criminal Justice and then attended Slippery Rock University, graduating with an MA in Counseling Services. Therese has experience working with children, adolescents, families and adults in a variety of settings, such as residential treatment center for youth, private practice and clinic-based outpatient settings, child / adolescent inpatient unit, in-home family therapy, adult acute mental health partial hospitalization program and school-based therapy.

Therese has experience working with individuals and families addressing stress management, depression, anxiety, mood regulation, social anxiety, trauma, relationship / family issues, as well as grief / loss. Therese incorporates mindfulness and self-care into her practice, encouraging clients to focus on the present / work towards the future, and to recognize their strengths.  Therese’s approach incorporates elements of Systems Theory, Solution Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy.

Leanna Barkley, LSW

Leanna Barkley, LSW

Northgate Square, Telehealth and WCCC

Leanna graduated from West Virginia Wesleyan College in 2020 with her Bachelors degrees in Psychology and Sociology. After graduating from WVWC, Leanna pursued her Master of Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh and graduated in 2022 with a focus on Mental Health and a fellow for the Coalition for Opioid and Addiction Leadership. Leanna is currently working towards obtaining clinical hours for her LCSW.

Leanna has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with different mental health diagnoses including drug and alcohol use. She has worked with clients facing anxiety, depression, substance use disorder, trauma, grief, and child abuse. Leanna wishes to create a strong therapeutic relationship and environment for her clients in order to help them achieve their goals.
Christy Lisbon, LSW

Christy Lisbon, LSW

Northgate Square, Telehealth, and Washington County

Christy has over 20 years of experience in the Human Services field. She earned her undergraduate in Criminal Justice from Edinboro University in 2002, and earned her master degree in Social Work from California University of PA in 2022. She obtained her license, LSW, in July 2022 and is currently working towards completing the requirements for her clinical license. Christy is trained in Trauma-Focused- CBT and is working towards her accreditation. She is also working towards accreditation for Substance Use Disorders.

Christy has experience in the treatment of child and adolescent mental, behavioral health, and substance abuse within outpatient, in-home, and residential settings. She has experience with individual, family and group counseling in many different areas. Christy group experience with both adolescents and adults using the Aggression Replacement Training Curriculum, Stress In Adolescence Curriculum, and PTSD curriculum. She has expertise in treating trauma and stress related disorders, mood disorders, anxiety, behavioral disorders, substance related and addictive disorders, and personality disorders. Christy’s approach is personalized using a variety of treatment modalities to meet the individual’s needs.

Brittany Klofta, MA

Brittany Klofta, MA

Penn Trafford School District, Westmoreland County Juvenile Detention Center and Shelter, Washington County

 

Brittany is a 2021 graduate from Seton Hill University where she obtained a master’s degree in art therapy with a specialization in counseling. She graduated from Marywood University with a bachelor’s degree in art therapy in 2018. Brittany is currently working toward becoming a licensed professional counselor. Brittany is an art therapist who is trained in psychotherapy and artistic expression and believes that art making is an additional tool to use within the therapeutic experience.

Brittany completed her internship experience at Innersight where she gained experience working with children, adolescents and adults. Brittany has experience working with a variety of mental health diagnosis such as: Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, and Adjustment Disorder. Brittany has worked at Wesley Family Services for the past 3 years providing transformational care to children diagnoses with autism in social skills groups, residential settings and in school-based settings. Brittany wishes to establish a therapeutic environment where she can collaborate with the client to set goals to meet their needs.

 

Alexa Esposito, MA

Alexa Esposito, MA

Greater Latrobe School District, Derry Area School District

Alexa is a graduate of Seton Hill University acquiring an M.A. in Art Therapy with a Specialization in Counseling. She graduated from Seton Hill in 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art Therapy. Alexa will be working with grade school students within an educational setting and will utilize her knowledge of the Expressive Therapies Continuum (ETC) to offer therapeutic experiences through the form of art making. Alexa has previous experience in expressive arts facilitation working with children who have various disabilities including developmental, intellectual, emotional, and behavioral. She has also received training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Telehealth.

Sarah McKinley, MS

Sarah McKinley, MS

Sarah graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2016 with a dual bachelors degree in Biology and Psychology and has recently graduated with her masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Walden University. After years of working in the Oil and Gas field, Sarah wanted more in her career and decided to further her education as a counselor to help others. Her passion is to help people discover the strength within themselves to cope with the chaos life can throw at them and live their best life. Through the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Person-Centered Theory, and Feminist Theory, Sarah strives to help clients heal from their past, focus on the here and now, and empower them to be authentic.

Sarah completed her internship at Innersight, LLC, gaining experience with children, adolescents, teenagers, and adults in office and school settings. She also has experience working at an inpatient addiction treatment center, halfway house, and as a crisis intervention specialist. Sarah is working towards obtaining her hours to become a Licensed Professional Counselor, with hopes of becoming certified in Trauma Focused – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT).

Todd Slezak, CRNP

Todd Slezak, CRNP

Telehealth

Todd offers evaluations and medication management for our clients with commercial insurance plans or self pay options.

Erin Dieter, CRNP

Erin Dieter, CRNP

Northgate Square and Telehealth

Erin is a CRNP and has been working in the mental health field since 2016.  She is a graduate from Duquesne University and has experience working with adults with a variety of different mental health diagnoses. She also has experience working with inpatient adolescents; inpatient and outpatient mental health; and working with dual diagnoses. Erin strongly believes in effective treatment results from therapy and medication management. She has a passion working with patients and helping them lead productive and satisfying lives free of emotional strife. 

Eveanne Greene, CRNP

Eveanne Greene, CRNP

Northgate, Telehealth, and Westmoreland County Juvenile Detention Center and Shelter

Eveanne provides medication evaluations and medication management to our clients in person and over telehealth.  She is in network with Highmark and UPMC. 

Kayla Young, Office Manager

Kayla Young, Office Manager

Meet our office biller Kayla! She greets everyone with a friendly smile! Kayla is our insurance guru and is quick to answer any of your billing questions. Kayla is the queen of multi tasking and keeping us organized! When not stuck behind the computer Kayla is an active camper and mom to two busy boys. 

Shania Musgrove

Shania Musgrove

Masters Level Intern

 

Shania is a 2022 graduate of Millersville University of Pennsylvania obtaining a bachelor’s degree in social work. She is currently working towards her master’s degree in social work and is expecting to graduate in May 2024. Upon graduation, Shania plans to obtain her LSW and will work towards accumulating hours to become a LCSW.  
 

Shania has worked at Children’s Behavioral Health for the past 2 years as a registered behavior technician utilizing applied behavioral analysis interventions. She works one-on-one with clients while providing support and transferring skills to parents and school personnel. Her experience includes working with emotional and behavioral disorders in residential and educational settingsShania will complete her internship at Innersightto further her experience working with children and adolescents. 

Sarah Antanavage

Sarah Antanavage

Intern

Sarah is an intern with Innersight where she will be working with children and adolescents. Sarah is a 2021 graduate of Pennsylvania State University where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in psychology. Sarah is currently working towards acquiring an M.A. in Art Therapy with a Specialization in Counseling from Seton Hill University. Sarah utilizes her knowledge of the Expressive Therapies Continuum (ETC) to offer therapeutic experiences through the form of art making. Sarah has worked with children with autism at Achieving True Self for the past year as a registered behavior technician utilizing applied behavioral analysis interventions. She works one-on-one with clients to meet their individual goals and teaches daily living skills.

Beth Latuch

Beth Latuch

MA Intern

Beth graduated from Seton Hill University in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and psychology. Beth began working in residential treatment in 2015 and has continued that work for eight years. Beth earned a master’s degree in Criminology in 2016 from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and has since continued her education and is working toward a master’s in clinical mental health counseling with Grand Canyon University. Beth has experience working with youth and families in an individual and group setting. Beth has training in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and has also facilitated training and group counseling using the Aggression Replacement Training model for six years. Upon graduation, Beth plans to work toward obtaining her hours to become a Licensed Professional Counselor.

 Nikole Jackson

Nikole Jackson

MA Washington County

Meet Piper

Piper is our therepy dog and a favorite of many of our clients.
She is always happy to greet you with a wagging tail. Piper is only at the office and in session under Emily Pittman, LCSW

Meet Baymax

Baymax is a 6 year old Shetland Sheepdog who is a certified therapy dog. He loves to do tricks, chase a ball, help Kristy with art making, learn new things, and bring love and laughter to those who need it most. Baymax will begin helping Kristy with creative workshops, with events in the community, and to visit those coming to our offices.