According to the Department of Health and Human Services, about one in five Americans experiences a mental disorder in the course of a year. The good news is that a range of treatments exists to achieve good mental health, leading to an overall sense of well-being.
Churchill Counseling Services offers comprehensive mental health services to meet the needs of the persons served. Counseling services are provided at either of the two Churchill Counseling facilities or in the natural environment of the client. Regardless of location, services are provided in such a way to ensure privacy. The focus of these services is on treatment of the client’s mental or emotional issues. Services may include collaboration with the client’s primary care physician, psychiatrist, or other providers, with the signed consent of the client.
At the first appointment, a mental health assessment will be conducted to ascertain the nature of the client’s concern. The initial assessment delineates the reason for seeking services, a brief social history, and assessment of the client’s mood and behavior, history of abuse, and other pertinent information to make a diagnosis.
Counseling services are intended to help the client work toward understanding and resolving emotional conflicts, developing healthier coping strategies, restoring more positive interpersonal relationships, and exploring alternative behavior patterns.
Since a main objective is the provision of high quality outpatient services, provisions are made for psychiatric consultation when indicated. Clients may be referred to a psychiatrist or nurse practitioner to assess medication needs. At the discretion of the psychiatrist or nurse practitioner, medication may be prescribed and follow-up visits may be scheduled with the client so that the effects of the medication can be monitored. Recommendations may also be made for further assessment and/or inpatient treatment.
The purpose of psychological testing is to determine the client’s primary problems, identify his or her strengths and weaknesses, and determine which methods of treatment are most likely to be effective. The client will be told the cost and expected outcome of specific testing, for example, psychological or educational (IQ testing). The client has the right to refuse testing. Results of psychological tests are explained to the client and/or parent/guardian and may provide information about the client’s ability to benefit from counseling services and suggest the treatment modality that may be most effective.
Consultation services are provided to schools, day care agencies, businesses, and other organizations.
Churchill Counseling is a provider of Continuing Education, as certified by the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage & Family Therapy Board. Churchill provides workshops in such areas as client treatment, ethics, supervision, and safety.
Critical Incidence Stress Briefing is provided upon request. We have assisted banking institutions and schools following a “critical incident” such as a robbery, death, or other threat.
Employee Assistance Services are provided to employees who are referred by either their place of business or insurance carrier. These services are brief, solution-focused sessions (usually 5 – 8 sessions).
Churchill Counseling Services, a woman-owned company, began as a small office in Liberty Township with a staff of five. Over the years, it has grown to a staff of 30, with an additional office in the Cornersburg area of Youngstown. Churchill receives referrals from many area physicians, attorneys, and schools. Our largest referral base is from current and former clients, which is a testament to the high quality of service we provide.
Our clinical staff treat clients from age 3 to 103, working with individuals, couples, and families with a variety of diagnoses. Our psychologists offer IQ and developmental testing, often receiving referrals from school counselors and area pediatricians. Our psychiatrists and nurse practitioners offer evaluative and medication management services. Our Spanish-speaking clinician treats many of our Hispanic clients.
Business hours of operation are Monday-Thursday, 8am-6pm; Friday 8am-1pm. Evening and weekend counseling appointments are also available.
Laurie Anderson is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and a Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor in the State of Ohio. She earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Youngstown State University. Laurie provides individual and family counseling to children, adolescents, and adults, treating a wide range of mental health issues including, mood, thought, and substance use disorders, anxiety, ADHD, anger, trauma, grief, and relational issues using a combination of evidence-based practices. Her previous work experience includes a children’s residential treatment center and a residential drug and alcohol treatment center for adults with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders. Laurie strives to help her clients reach their goals and full potential by teaching them to learn and use emotional regulation, communication, and problem-solving skills; expanding, utilizing, and appreciating their strengths, abilities, supports, and resources; overcoming barriers to progress; and moving through the stages of change.
Gina Haren is a Licensed Independent Social Worker with Supervisory status in the State of Ohio. She earned a Bachelor Degree from Youngstown State University and a Master of Social Science Degree from Case Western Reserve University. Gina has over 30 years of experience working with individuals who struggle with a variety of mental health issues, including anxiety, depression, psychosis, and bipolar disorder. She uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help clients deal with issues such as grief, trauma, boundary setting, communication, and anger. Her goal is to help clients create healthy changes in their thoughts, behaviors, and lives.
Rob Carter, Licensed Independent Social Worker, received both his undergraduate and Masters of Social Work from Youngstown State University. His experience includes 18 years as a foster parent which initiated his interest in social work. Rob worked as a case manager for Homes for Kids, Inc. as part of the Sexual Recovery Program, working with juvenile sex offenders. Rob is a Certified Juvenile Sex Offender Counselor. After receiving his master’s degree, Rob started counseling and facilitating groups. He facilitated the sex offender group and groups working with children with OCC, CD, ADHD. He also did individual counseling with the juvenile sex offenders, victims of sexual abuse, ODD, CD, and ADHD. He worked both with the children and their parents/foster parents. Rob also worked as a renal social worker, giving him experience in working with multiple age groups dealing with depression, loss, end of life issues, major life changes, and relationships.
Toni Raseta, a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, earned her Master’s of Science Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Youngstown State University, where she also became licensed in school counseling. She earned her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Human Development and Family Studies, with specialization in Child Development, from Penn State University. Toni’s career in mental health began during her undergraduate studies when she began working for a domestic violence shelter. While working on her Master’s degree, she became employed as a therapeutic staff support, assisting licensed staff with children with mental health needs. Since becoming a licensed counselor, Toni has worked in community and school settings, mostly counseling children and adolescents. She has had extensive training in trauma treatment and family therapy. Her scope of practice includes working with children, adolescents, and adults dealing with issues of trauma, stress, depression, anxiety, grief, ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder, eating disorders, body image/self-esteem issues, relationship issues within couples-families-and peer groups, social skills, parenting skills, and autism spectrum disorder.
Katie Fortunato is a Licensed Professional Counselor by the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage & Family Therapy Board. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at Kent State University and her Master’s Degree at Walsh University. Katie provides individual, couples, and family counseling. She has a passion for working with children, adolescents, and young adults. She specializes in treating depressive disorders, anxiety-related disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, ADHD, and autism spectrum disorder. Katie utilizes a combination of evidence-based practices and therapeutic modalities to find the right fit for the individual. Katie aspires to help individuals reach their personal goals, helping them to obtain a positive self image and learning new tools to overcome their barriers. She aims to build hope in the individual and help them see that happiness is possible.
Chad Conard NCC, LPCC-S completed a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary and served eight years in the United States Navy. He has acquired exceptional skills as a therapist working with children, adolescents, and adults with emotional and behavioral issues. He also provides premarital and couples counseling to adults. Chad primarily uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, but also uses an eclectic approach in helping people cope with depression, anxiety, stress, grief, substance abuse, behavioral issues, PTSD, adjustment to new situations, along with a wide array of other mental health concerns.
Gladys McIntosh-Thomas is a Licensed Independent Social Worker – Supervisor. She received her Bachelor Degree in Social Work from Youngstown State University with a focus on mental health, and later received her Master of Social Science Administration degree from Case Western Reserve University with a dual focus in Health and Mental Health. Gladys’ career began in community mental health as a crisis intake worker. She also worked in the hospital setting on the psychiatric unit providing counseling and case management services to adults with mental illness. While in the hospital setting, she expanded her experience to include counseling to individuals with chronic illnesses in both inpatient and outpatient areas. Gladys has served as a field supervisor for YSU, Case Western Reserve University, and Akron University for Social Work students. Most recent experience has been with the Geriatric Assessment Program involving individuals with memory loss. Her areas of specialization include counseling adults with depression and anxiety related to chronic illness, aging, end of life issues, caregiver stress, domestic violence and grief counseling. Focus is on patient-centered care with the use of various modalities to help the individual achieve wellness and good quality of life.
Julie Plesich is a Licensed Professional Counselor who graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Youngstown State University. Before working in private practice, she began her professional career at Turning Point Counseling Services, which allowed her to work with clients on both an outpatient and inpatient basis, on the Crisis Stabilization Unit, and as a facilitator of group counseling. Julie also worked in Turning Point’s Emergency Department, enabling her to work closely with area hospitals as an emergency pre-screener. She has experience counseling children, adolescents, adults, and couples with a variety of issues including mood disorders, substance abuse, and psychosis. Julie utilizes a solution-focused approach with her clients and incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, psychoeducation, and mindfulness-based practices in order to optimize client progress.
Paulette is a Licensed Independent Social Worker with supervision designation and a Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor. Additionally, she obtained specialized training and certification as a family development specialist and financial social worker, which has provided her with awareness and intervention strategies for dealing with challenging family issues. She earned her Bachelor and Master Depress in Social Work at Youngstown State University, graduated summa cum laude, and was inducted into several honorary organizations. She interned at Meridian Community Services and the Mahoning County Juvenile Justice Center, wherein she practiced the skillful application of core coping skills for individuals and families within the systematic understanding of families. More recently, she was acknowledged for her continued volunteer experiences with Youngstown State University as a field educator. She has also provided solution-focused clinical services as an effective counselor, psychotherapist, and educator to clients through the Mahoning Valley.
Shannon Fahy is a Licensed Independent Social Worker with Supervision designation, earning a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the Ohio State University. She also studied social and political conditions in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and has worked as a therapist for over 10 years with children, adolescents, and adults, most of whom have experienced significant trauma. Her specialties include depression, anxiety, trauma (including domestic violence and sexual assault), self-injury, body image and self-esteem, relationship issues, and women’s issues. Shannon is trained in the use of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) a highly specialized therapy that has impressive results in helping people overcome trauma. She also conducts trainings in cultural competence, domestic violence, self-injury, trauma informed care, and other areas related to mental health. Using a non-judgmental approach in her work, and considering how history, life experiences, and societal messages impact one’s capacity for growth, Shannon looks for the strengths that all people have and helps them to empower themselves.
Tina Bigowsky is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with over 14 years of experience in counseling children and adults of all ages. She has treated those who have depression, anxiety, mood changes, grief, trauma, difficulty in relationships, poor school performance, low self esteem, and issues unique to women. Feeling happier, improving communication skills, becoming a better parent, setting healthy boundaries and finding ways to deal better with the stressors of everyday life are goals that Tina has helped others to achieve. Tina has a Master’s Degree in Education/Community Counseling. She volunteers her time as a liaison to prospective transplant recipients, supports Relay for Life, and is an advocate for no-kill animal shelters and the ASPCA.
Susan Wardle-Burke earned her Bachelors of Arts degree and Master’s in Counseling from Youngstown State University. A Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Susan has been working in private practice since 1997 and has been with Churchill Counseling for 13 years. She has also been an intake (level of care) and diagnostic counselor for both Neil Kennedy Recovery Clinic and Turning Point Counseling. Susan currently works in various area hospitals as a contractor for Turning Point doing emergency prescreens. Her scope of practice is with adolescents and adults. Issues include depression, anxiety, OCD, divorce, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Susan specializes in working with both the families of, and individuals with, borderline personality disorder.
Karen Paradise, Licensed Independent Social Worker, received her Master’s of Social Work from the University of Akron. She earned her undergraduate degree from Youngstown State University where she received her Bachelor’s in Social Work. Karen works closely with children and adolescents as she is employed at a local school district. She also has extensive crisis intervention experience in rape, trauma and mental health illness. Her scope of practice at Churchill Counseling is with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and family counseling. Issues include depression, anxiety, chronic mental illness, self-esteem, behavioral issues, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Jennifer Palumbo is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor – Sueprvisor, having received her Master’s Degree in Community Counseling, with an emphasis on children and adolescents, from Youngstown State University. Jennifer has been practicing counseling for 10 years and has experience working with adolescents in crisis, families, and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Kenneth Moore received his Master’s Degree in Community Counseling from Youngstown State University, currently working as a Psychology Associate. His specialty is working with minority children in the Youngstown area. He has also worked with the Youngstown Board of Education, Boy Scouts of America, Ohio State University, and the City of Youngstown.
Kim Lydic is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 22 years of experience in counseling children, adolescents, and adults. She specializes in treating individuals with depression, anxiety, ADHD, mood disorders, grief, low self esteem, Autism Spectrum Disorder, divorce and custody issues. Kim has worked with numerous attorneys and the court system in dealing with child welfare issues. Kim has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Community Counseling from Youngstown State University. She has been employed at Churchill Counseling for 21 years.
Karen Kiriazis is a Licensed Independent Social Worker – Supervisor. After graduating from YSU in 1977, she worked as a caseworker in child welfare before returning to school for her Master’s Degree. She attended Ohio State University and completed her Master’s Degree in Social Work in 1987. Karen has worked with dialysis patients and as a social worker in an adult psychiatric unit in a hospital setting. Since 1996, she has been a mental health therapist with Churchill Counseling working with clients of all ages and specializing in mood/anxiety disorders, childhood abuse, and women’s issues. Karen has also provided supervison for social work students completing their internships from YSU and Case Western Reserve University. She has provided professional advisement to a local Depression/Bipolar Support Group and has been on the Alzheimer’s Association Board.
David Jones has a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Ohio State University. He is a Licensed Independent Social Worker with a supervisory designation. Practicing in the Youngstown area since 2006, David’s areas of specialization are related to adolescents with behavioral difficulties, adults with anger issues, relationship issues, depression and anxiety. He is also an adjunct professor at Youngstown State University.
Toni DiMargio is a Licensed Professional Clinicial Counselor – Supervisor. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from Youngstown State University in 1988, and graduated from YSU’s Master’s Program in Community Counseling in 1992. Working with clients of all ages for over 20 years, she currently specializes in counseling couples. In 1995, she became the owner and CEO of Churchill Counseling Services. In 2004, Toni received YSU’s Outstanding Alumnus/Counseling award. She has served as a member of YSU’s Beeghly College of Education Professional Education Council, YSU’s College of Education/Counseling Department Advisory Board, and Boardman Rotary. She currently is a volunteer with the Ebony Lifeline Support Group. As a consultant, Toni has worked with businesses and conducts professional education workshops. She is also an adjunct professor at Youngstown State University.
Susan Coonrod is an Ohio Supervisor Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and Ohio Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor. Treatment interests are cognitive behavioral therapy and motivational interviewing. Susan accepts child, teen, and adult clients for individual or family mental health therapy. A former teacher, she received her Master’s Degree in Community Counseling from Youngstown State University.
Natalie Kozicky is a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner who is Board Certified nationally (PMHNP-BC). She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Kent State University as well as her Master of Science in Nurse degree and her PMHNP-BC degree. Natalie specializes in mood disorders such as Bipolar Disorder, Schizoaffective Disorder, and Major Depressive Disorder. She also specializes in Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Attention Deficit/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD). Natalie has experience working in a correctional institute setting, a community mental health setting, and several private practice office settings.
Danielle Morrone has been a Registered Nurse since graduating Summa Cum Laude from Youngstown State University in 2001. There, she earned her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Nursing. She has worked within the community at area hospitals in the acute care setting, floating between Pediatrics, Newborn Nursery, Medical-Surgical, Orthopedic, Skilled Nursing, Cardiac, and Adult/Geriatric Psychiatry departments. Danielle earned her Master’s in Nursing Science degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner and is board certified through the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. She completed 250+ hours of advanced practice nursing at Churchill Counseling Services, analyzing simple to complex mental health diagnoses, providing psychopharmacological medication management and counseling, and assisting clients with effective coping skills based on their illness. For her Master’s thesis, Danielle completed her research on the effectiveness of Complementary Alternative Medicine treatments to alleviate chronic non-specific low back pain.
Philip Maiden MD provides psychiatric evaluation and medication services. He works part-time at Churchill Counseling while working full-time as the Medical Director at Belmont Pines Hospital. Phil has provided many workshops for the community, sharing his expertise about medications prescribed for children and adolescents. He received his Medical Degree from James Quillen College of Medicine in Tennessee and completed his residency at Cornell University College of Medicine. He is a Diplomate in both General Psychiatry and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry.
Linda Caimano received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree from Penn State University and her Adult Nurse Practitioner Degree from Kent State University. She specializes in pain management and psychiatry. She has worked for several local hospitals as well as consulting at the Cleveland Clinic.
Michael Stern earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from Princeton University, and his Doctorate of Clinical Psychology from Baylor University in Texas. Licensed as a psychologist in the states of Ohio and Pennsylvania, he has worked at various behavioral health agencies in Western PA and Eastern Ohio. He has been a consultant to WKBN Channel 27 News and an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Northeastern Ohio University’s College of Medicine. Mike treats clients from 18 months to 18 years of age, but will complete psychological testing on children and adults of all ages. He specializes in the diagnosis, testing, and treatment of ADHD, Asperger’s, Autism, Learning Disabilities, and a wide variety of other behavioral health disorders. He also offers second opinions and diagnostic evaluations.
Dennis McArthur received his Master’s Degree in clinical psychology from Ohio University. He is an Ohio Licensed Psychologist and conducts psychological testing on children and adolescents. He provides various speaking, teaching, and consulting seminars to area organizations and academic institutions. He also owns Town and Country Psychological Services in Salem, Ohio.
Our standard fees are:
During your first visit, you may discuss fees and an agreeable payment arrangement. You are responsible for your co-pay at the time of service. We accept most insurance as well as Medicaid and Medicare.
Counseling sessions are 45-60 minutes in length. The actual number of sessions depends on you. During your first session, your clinician will gather information to assess your condition and formulate a diagnosis. Within the first month of counseling, you and your clinician will develop a treatment plan that will list your personal goals for improvement. You and your clinician will then review, and possibly revise, your treatment plan on an ongoing basis according to your needs.
Any minor child (under age 18) must be accompanied by an adult for the first visit. Afterwards, you and your clinician will discuss the need for your presence in future sessions.
Your privacy is of utmost importance to us. All information you give us will be kept in strictest confidence. CCS will not convey to a person outside the agency that a client attends or receives services from CCS, or disclose any information identifying a client unless you give us permission in writing. The exceptions include disclosure mandated by a court order or the disclosure is made to medical personnel in a medical emergency. Federal law and regulations do not protect any information about suspected child abuse or neglect from being reported under state law to appropriate state or local authorities. Also, we are mandated to report a threat of suicide or a threat to harm others
Appointments may be arranged by calling Churchill during business hours, usually Monday – Thursday, from 8am-6pm, or Friday from 8am-12pm. Every effort will be made to provide the earliest possible time convenient for you. When you call to make your first appointment, please have your insurance information available, as well as the client’s information (as in the case of a minor).
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Many people are experiencing more anxiety than ever before. We at Churchill Counseling are here to help. Currently, we are offering psychiatry, psychology, and counseling services via Telehealth. Beginning in June, we will be gradually reopening our offices for in-person sessions. The decision to continue to use Telehealth or to come into our offices is between you and your clinician. For those choosing to receive our services in person, the following rules apply: All employees and clients will be required to wear a facemask (unless there is a valid reason that you cannot wear one). Clients and staff are asked to remain home if they are feeling ill or have any symptoms indicative of Covid-19. Clinicians will wash their hands and disinfect their workplace between sessions. Only one client at a time is permitted in a clinician’s office (except minors, clients who need assistance, and couples/family sessions). When you arrive at the office, you will be asked to call our office from your car. You will then be notified when you may enter the office. No clients, visitors, or staff will be permitted to congregate in our waiting rooms. We are implementing these procedures to keep our clients and staff safe, and we thank you for your understanding and patience.
Several people have asked if Churchill Counseling’s offices will be reopening on May 1, as Governor DeWine has expressed a desire to start reopening some businesses in our State. We believe that May 1 is too early to conduct sessions in person. There are several reasons, first and foremost, we want to keep our clients and staff safe. Many of our counseling rooms are no more than 10’x10′, which is too close for safety from this virus. Additionally, since we have heard that there may be many people who are asymptomatic, it would be presumptuous of us to think that all of our staff and clients are free of the virus (though that is what we hope). At the time of this writing, new Covid-19 cases are being reported in the Mahoning Valley every day. We will continue to provide Telehealth services, as we have since mid-March. And, yes, we are accepting new clients. Our clinical staff are doing all they can to provide the same caring services to which our clients have become accustomed. Our clerical staff are answering the phones just as they have in the past. Except for the fact that clients and staff cannot see each other in person, our services and dedication to our clients have not changed. We, like most of you, are monitoring this situation every day. It is our hope that we can reopen our doors some time this summer. When that decision is made, clients will be called, and this website will be updated. Thank you for your loyalty and patience through this unprecedented time in all of our lives. And if you are new to Churchill, welcome.
Due to the coronavirus emergency, client appointments are being held via Telehealth. Your clinician or a member of our office staff has most likely contacted you by now to ask for your preference on how you would like to conduct your session. Because of this public health emergency, all methods of communication are being permitted by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (ODMHAS) and Ohio Medicaid, as well as most (possibly all) insurance companies. This includes audio-to-video conversations, telephone conversations, and e-mail messages. Some clients have requested using Facetime and Facebook Messenger as well. Churchill provides online services through doxy.me, which is a HIPAA compliant site that we were using before this public health emergency occurred. To connect with your clinician in this manner, type your clinician’s web address into the browser. For example, https://doxy.me/sallyccs. On the screen, type in your name, and click Check In. Allow your browser to use your webcam and microphone. Your clinician or a member of our office staff will inform you of your clinician’s “room number” name. If you are new to Churchill, you will be instructed on how to complete registration forms and any other necessary paperwork prior to your first appointment. Remember, we are here to help you during this stressful time. Our offices are staffed most mornings, and we check our email throughout the day. Thank you for your trust in us.
Following our governor’s order to remain home, effective tonight at midnight, Churchill Counseling will continue to provide services to our clients via online counseling. Clients will be contacted by phone or email at the time of their regularly scheduled appointment. Office staff will be working limited hours in the office, and they will also be working from home. Feel free to contact us via our emails. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this coronavirus emergency. Churchill will continue to do all it can to provide services while keeping the safety of its clients and staff in mind.
We at Churchill Counseling are taking steps to ensure the safety of clients and staff. We are asking employees who may feel ill to remain home. Likewise, we are asking our ill clients to remain home. Since we provide online counseling, our clients will still be able to keep their appointments with their clinicians. If you, as a client, are interested in continuing counseling or medication management with your clinician, physician, and/or nurse practitioner electronically, please discuss this with your treating provider at Churchill. You will be asked to sign a separate consent form for this service. As of now, March 14, our offices remain open. Should we decide to close our offices, we will notify clients through this website. We hope that this virus passes quickly so that we can all resume our usual activities. Thank you for your patience during this unusual time.
As the need for qualified mental health professionals grows, Churchill Counseling welcomes clinical interest in joining our staff. As a member of our staff, a clinician has the ability to grow his or her practice, scheduling work hours to suit both the clinician and the clients. Several of our clinicians have been members of our staff for 20 years, which is a testament to the work environment and mutual respect and appreciation among all of our staff members. If you are independently licensed, or nearing your independent licensure, and interested in discussing a job opportunity with us, simply send a letter of interest and your resume to us via this website.
Churchill Counseling Services is pleased to announce that we have four nurse practitioners who provide psychiatric and medication services to children and/or adults.
Danielle Morrone is Board Certified in Family Practice and treats clients from ages 8 through adulthood. She works in both our Liberty and Cornersburg locations. To schedule an appointment with her, simply call Liberty at 330-759-3040, or Cornersburg at 330-270-3040. Please note: Whenever a minor client is treated at Churchill for any service (diagnostic evaluation, counseling, testing, or medication), that client must be accompanied by their parent or guardian during the client’s initial visit.
Linda Caimano specializes in working with pain management and psychiatry, having worked for several local hospitals as well as consulting at the Cleveland Clinic. To schedule an appointment with her, call our Cornersburg office at 330-270-3040.
Wanda Cassavettes is a Board Certified Advanced Practice Nurse with much experience working adults and the geriatric population. She also speaks Spanish. To schedule an appointment with her, call our Liberty office at 330-759-3040.
Returning to Churchill Counseling is Natalie Kozicky, Board Certified in Adult Psychiatric Mental Health. Although Churchill does not provide primary treatment for alcohol/drug abuse and addiction, Natalie does treat the mental health aspect of patients involved in intensive outpatient programs who have dual diagnoses. Natalie works at both of our locations; call for an appointment at Liberty 330-759-3040 or Cornersburg 330-270-3040.