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Mental Health Counseling

Mental health recovery is about more than managing conditions – it involves working toward achieving personal goals that are important to you. OneEighty is an accredited behavioral healthcare agency, certified to provide a range of essential mental health services. You are not alone. We support you.

Call us today: 330-264-8498

Home > Get Help > Mental Health Counseling

Mental Health Counseling

Mental health recovery is about more than managing conditions – it involves working toward achieving personal goals that are important to you. OneEighty is an accredited behavioral healthcare agency, certified to provide a range of essential mental health services. You are not alone. We support you.

Call us today: 330-264-8498

Mental Health Counseling & Services

OneEighty offers professional mental health counseling services by licensed clinical staff focused on recovery from abuse, mental health disorders such as anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorders and substance use counseling. Many persons who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault or other forms of abuse experience mental health symptoms or use substances such as alcohol and drugs to cope. Our mental health counselors can help with your recovery. Couples and family counseling can also be provided when it is safe to preserve the family.

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OneEighty offers mental health counseling to persons with depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder and those recovering from trauma.  OneEighty offers multiple evidence-based treatments for adults, children and teens. To determine if you are eligible for counseling, you will first need to complete the intake/assessment process; contact OneEighty at 330-264-8498.

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Find programs, services, support groups and resources for mental health, drug and alcohol treatment and intimate partner abuse recovery. Stay connected with others in recovery and guide your journey.

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“Going to counseling is all encompassing. Weekly counseling keeps me on track just like going to church.”

- From Jo age 68 successful recovery from early childhood abuse and addiction -

Sarah arrived at OneEighty “very, very distraught, and in a dark place.” She was to the point where she wanted her pain to end. She first went to housing, to find some alternative to living in an alcoholic household. The housing department noted Sarah’s extreme distress and requested a counselor to provide crisis intervention. The counselor came immediately. Sarah said, “Just talking about it, knowing I wasn’t by myself, and that it [her distress] was normal without being judged” provided great help. She continues to work on her thoughts, emotions and memories in counseling. Sarah believes that the “biggest change is that I feel stronger about myself, because I’m able to set those boundaries. And I hope I can continue to feel better and get stronger.” Sarah says that for anyone considering coming to OneEighty, “I think it’s the best decision you could possibly make. It saved my life.”

Mental Health Counseling Team

Gina Patterson, Psy.D.

Clinical Director

Cheryl Thomas, PhD, LIMFT-S, LPCC-S, LICDC-CS

Outpatient Services Manager

Lynn Layfield, LISW-S, MSW

Outpatient Counselor/ IOP Team Leader

Rebecca Croft, LISW, MSW

Therapist, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Facilitator, Criminal Justice Liaison

Denise Estill, MSW, LISW

Outpatient Counselor

Kathleen Fox, Ph.D.

Staff Psychologist

Jaimee Harpster MS, LPC

Hospital Clinical Detox and Treatment Coordinator, Outpatient and Corrections Therapist

Lance Darling-Mellott, LPC

Outpatient Counselor

Barbara Pack, LPCC-S, LICDC-CS

Outpatient Counselor

Dawn Peters, LPC

Outpatient Counselor

Abigail Russell

Lisa Schaaf, LPC, CDCA

Outpatient Therapist

Tina Tabler, LICDC, LPC

Outpatient Counselor

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