“I think I have always been a natural listener. I can remember this intuitively guiding me in my earliest relationships and it continues to remain one of the most important ways I engage with others. When my friends and colleagues responded to how they saw me, “good listener” was consistent. My trusted ones also describe me as authentic, nonjudgemental, positive, understanding, ethical, supportive, kind, and compassionate. My therapeutic practice is rooted in these qualities with a commitment to unconditional positive regard and a genuine respect for the strengths, knowledge, and experience each person brings to the therapeutic process.”
Stacie specializes in trauma care. Her clients have particularly benefitted from her training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (popularly known as EMDR). Originally developed to treat trauma, it is also effective in treating depression, anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, and negative self-beliefs.
Stacie has 20+ years experience in behavioral health treating a variety of issues including trauma, substance use disorders, depression and mood disorders, anxiety, self-esteem, grief and loss, and life adjustments.
Stacie’s educational background includes a M.Ed in Community Counseling from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and a B.A. in Sociology from the College of Charleston. EMDR Certified Therapist.
As a Licensed Independent Social Worker, Rona Rosen draws on her creative roots to help individuals through challenging life events and transitions. Rona is a highly experienced therapist who provides a safe, caring, supportive environment in which to share our story and to explore and develop more fulfilling life skills.
For some, understanding our past is important to resolving negative beliefs which have impacted our confidence or relationships. For others, learning to alter negative thinking or behaviors is of primary importance to improving our quality of life.
In a gentle and effective manner, Rona employs a cognitive-behavioral approach grounded in developmental understanding and astute empathic skills.
Ms. Tuck is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. Christine takes a holistic approach in the treatment of individuals, to help them move from surviving into thriving. Christine uses a variety of therapy methods, including Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
Scott has 25 years of counseling experience. He initially got interested in the field when he was
given a Myers-Briggs assessment back in the 1990's. The experience of self acceptance he
discovered literally altered the course of his life and he has since become certified in using the
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). Helping clients find this feeling of self acceptance forms a
major part of the work he does.
He has advanced training in Gottman therapy which not only supports and repairs troubled
relationships, but also works well to strengthen happy ones. Some of the relationship issues that
may be addressed in therapy include: frequent conflict and arguments, poor communication,
emotionally distanced couples, couples on the verge of separation, and specific problems such
as sexual difficulties, infidelity, money, and parenting. Scott's aim is to help couples build
stronger relationships overall and healthier ways to cope with issues as they arise in the future.
He has completed an 8-month program in cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) through the
Cleveland Center for Cognitive Therapy. CBT has been shown to be very effective in treating a
wide range of individual problems including depression, anxiety, and more. An area of specialty
for Scott is using a form of CBT, called exposure and response prevention therapy (ERP), for
He is always working on something new and at present is pursuing increased competence in
using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). ACT helps people learn to open up to
unpleasant feelings, not overreact to them, and not avoid situations where these feelings are
Some fast facts about Scott:
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor – Ohio License # E.0004275-SUPV
M.S. Community Counseling (2001) - University of Dayton
Cognitive Behavior Therapy Training (2007-08) - Cleveland Institute for Cognitive Therapy
Trained in Gottman Therapy through Level 3
Certified in MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator)
Member, American Mental Health Counseling Association
McKenzie is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and a Marriage and Family Therapist. She sees clients age 12 and up, providing individual, marital/couples, and family sessions. She has over 19 years of experience utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Focused CBT, Mindfulness and Solution Focused.
McKenzie's approach is to walk alongside clients in their journey toward healing and change. She considers herself an expert in using compassion and corny jokes to build the therapeutic alliance. She enjoys working with teenagers and honoring the difficult issues they struggle with daily.
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