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Staff Spotlight!

Christina Eisner is a Counselor at the Williamsport PATH site.

Christina is a 2008 graduate of Williamsport Area High School.
Christina then attended Bloomsburg University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology in 2012.
She currently attends Messiah College where she is pursuing a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Christina is a active member of Chi Sigma Iota, which is a Counseling Academic & Professional Honor Society which requires that all members maintain a 3.75 GPA or higher for the majority of their Graduate studies. In October, Christina took the National Counselor Exam that is offered by the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) and passed. Once she obtains her Master’s degree and sends it to NBCC, she will officially be a National Certified Counselor (NCC). We are very proud of Christina and honored to have her on our team! Way to go!

Fall into Safety

The air is turning crisp and cooler. The leaves are changing colors and dropping from the trees. It is wise to keep a few important Fall safety tips in mind during this time. With proper precautions and safety awareness, you and your family can enjoy the beautiful autumn weather while avoiding some of the dangers that come with the season.

  • Fire dangers are all around. Have your furnace serviced, clean your fireplaces, use space heathers as directed and keep candles away from pets and small children.
  • Change the batteries in your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. A good time to remember to do this is at daylight savings time. This year it falls on November 1st. Remember to “Fall” back an hour!
  • Watch for wet leaves on the road when driving. Their colors are beautiful to look at, but they become slippery when wet.
  • Consider keeping an emergency kit in your car; windshield washer fluid, blankets, salt or kitty litter, flares and other items that sometimes required.
  • Keep alert for an increase in deer activity. Fall is a time for mating and migrating, so be aware of darting deer on the roads.
  • Exercise caution during Halloween. Use reflectors, flashlights and glow stick for visibility.