Mood Disorders

Megan A. Demos

Megan’s philosophy is to treat others as she would want to be treated. “It is my moral obligation to provide nonjudgemental care and support as I work in collaboration with my clients.” Her treatment of psychiatric disorders is holistic in nature. While it may include utilizing prescription medications, Megan also focuses on psychotherapy, vitamins and …

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Michelle Carroll

Michelle got into this field to help others find the best versions of themselves. “I have a passion for helping others process their trauma and helping them heal.” She is EMDR trained and specializes in treating trauma. Michelle works with children, adolescents and adults, specializing in ADHD, anger management, anxiety disorder, bereavement, cognitive behavioral therapy, …

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Anita M. Pirone

From the time she was 14, Anita felt a calling to help others. “I did not choose this profession…it chose me!” With over 30 years of experience, Anita uses various approaches, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, DBT, psychodynamic therapy, and EMDR to help clients become the best version of themselves. The most important part of therapy to …

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Leslie Tranovich

Leslie came to a career in counseling after working in administrative roles for a few years after college. “I was working for a Foundation raising money and realized what I really enjoyed about the work was hearing people’s stories.” Her heart has always been about working directly with clients and helping new professionals find their …

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Asya Gough

Asya’s mantra or motto is “Anything is Possible.” This guides her in providing individual treatment to her clients with the most sincere, genuine hope that each person can actualize a higher, better sense of self as long as they’re truly invested in reaching their goals! Her clinical background includes mental health counseling, school counseling, addiction …

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Mioma Gore

“We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes that it has gone through to achieve that beauty.” – Maya Angelou As a caring mental health counselor, Mioma feels that one of the most rewarding aspects of her job is the opportunity to provide compassionate, personalized care to individuals in need. …

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Grace Deegan

“It is astonishing how elements that seem insoluble become soluble when someone listens.” – Carl Rogers Grace hopes to create a supportive environment for you to bounce ideas off of, to speak about your experiences and to find meaning in both the exciting and the difficult moments of life. “My approach begins with being a …

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Rachel Strollo

Rachel was born and raised in Youngstown, Ohio, and became interested in this work when she began benefitting from her own counseling starting in high school. “I wanted to help others in a similar way.” She takes a trauma-focused approach using a flexible combination of theories. Specialties include anger management, bereavement, crisis/trauma, depression, LGBTQIA issues, …

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Taylor Jones

Taylor considers it a gift each day to practice an art that comes so naturally to her — bringing healing to people’s relationships with themselves, their loved ones, and the important aspects of their world. With a deep respect for individual experiences and a client-centered approach, Taylor values working to create a safe space for …

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Kassandra Kornbau

Kassandra’s goal is to create a collaborative relationship with you to understand your unique story and provide individualized treatment through evidence-based practices. Her clinical interests include, but are not limited to, the following: attention deficit disorders, post traumatic stress disorder, insomnia, depressive disorders, anxiety/panic disorders, obsessive compulsive disorders, binge eating disorder, and mood disorders. “Many …

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