Tina Nowak, RN
Tina is a native North Carolinian. She feels blessed to work in a field which allows her to work closely with and treat women who so desperately need help dealing with their body image and trauma issues.
Before Tapestry, Tina managed admissions at an acute inpatient facility, an experience that gave her many one-on-one interactions with individuals suffering from eating disorders and myriad other associated mental health concerns. She was able to use her knowledge, skills and abilities to help develop a client-centered residential eating disorder program that was previously unavailable.
Adam Hutchins, PA
Adam completed his Bachelor of Science in nursing at Winston-Salem State University and his master’s degree in nursing at the University of South Alabama. As a board-certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner, he joined the Pisgah Institute in 2015 and offers a wide range of mental health services. He also provides coverage at Neil Dobbins Center.
Stephen Buie, M.D., DFAPA
Dr. Stephen Buie has a distinguished career in psychiatry, having earned his medical degree in 1987 from UNC Chapel Hill, where he presently holds a position as adjunct assistant professor of psychiatry. He is the founder of Asheville’s Pisgah Institute and is very active in North Carolina’s and other national psychiatric organizations. His expertise lends incredible strength to Tapestry’s view of comprehensive treatment of the whole person.
Brittany Gordon, BA
Brittany brings to Tapestry a passion for women’s rights and communication. She graduated with a B.A. in health communications and minored in women’s and gender studies at UNC Charlotte. She coordinates marketing and public relations full time for the program. She diligently works to promote Tapestry’s name by exhibiting for Tapestry at conferences, visiting healthcare offices, attending networking events and handling media advertising.
Jodi Grabowski, MACP
Jodi Grabowski holds a Master of Arts degree in counseling psychology. Prior to joining Tapestry, Jodi enjoyed 17 years at Park Ridge Health, working in business development, communications and wellness. Before Park Ridge Health, she worked for several years as a therapist, specializing in the treatment of addictions, eating disorders and body image issues in both community and private settings.
Jodi has lived in Western North Carolina since 1994 and resides in Horse Shoe with her husband, Bill and daughter, Jenna. She is an avid cyclist and engaged community member, serving on boards and committees and as a Girls on the Run coach. Jodi is currently enrolled in an MBA program through Western Carolina University.
Caitlin Craig – LPCA
Caitlin is thrilled to join Tapestry as a therapy intern. She was raised in Charleston, South Carolina, and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in anthropology from the College of Charleston. Her undergraduate studies focused heavily on cultural anthropology and women’s issues. During her time as a student she discovered yoga and completed training to become a licensed yoga instructor. Caitlin spent the next several years teaching yoga, creating empowering classroom environments, collaborating with teams of instructors to develop comprehensive programs and striving to create holistic learning experiences.
Caitlin moved to Asheville to pursue a graduate degree in clinical mental health counseling and is currently in her last year of study at Lenoir-Rhyne University. She focuses her graduate studies on issues related to the mind-body connection, trauma and grief.
Adolescent Day Program Coordinator
Ashleigh attended Appalachian State University for an undergraduate in nutrition and dietetics, and she is currently pursuing a master’s degree in professional counseling through Liberty University. She hopes to become a licensed professional counselor to help with the recovery process. She is passionate about building relationships and helping people find themselves in any way she can.