"Courage Starts with Showing Up & Letting Ourselves Be Seen." Brené Brown
As therapists, we offer a safe space for you and the people in your life to work through complicated relationships and difficult experiences.
Whatever your situation may be, we provide a non-judgmental space and use a down-to-earth approach to help you find your way through it.
Our experienced team is comprised of a diverse group of therapists who provide therapy for a wide range of mental health issues. We meet individuals
“where they are at” and tailor treatment plans to meet each individual’s needs. Let’s work together to find out who YOU are and what matters most to you.
Michelle M. Paul (LPCC-S)
Michelle is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor Supervisor. She earned her master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Cleveland State University and is currently a PhD student in the Counselor Education and Supervision program at Capella University. Michelle specializes in the treatment of several mental health disorders including anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, personality disorders, mood disorders, and trauma-related disorders. Michelle offers diagnostic assessments and empirically based treatment for adolescents (13+) and adults.
Michelle specializes in personality disorders and is certified in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and uses a combination of therapy techniques based on the individual needs of each patient. Using an eclectic approach, Michelle integrates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), expressive art techniques (art and music), mindfulness-based techniques, and psychoeducation into her work with patients. As a compassionate, empathetic, and solution-focused therapist, she works to empower patients and promote growth. She is dedicated to providing exceptional care to adolescents and adults who are experiencing emotional distress & mental health issues.
Rachel McClure (LPCC-S)
Rachel received her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walsh University and is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in the state of Ohio and holds a Supervisor designation. She has experience providing counseling services to individuals, at risk children and teens and their families, and survivors of domestic violence. She has worked in community health agencies as well as private practice and has worked with individuals in a variety of settings including outpatient and shelters. Rachel has a passion for treating individuals of all ages. Her areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, stress management, trauma, maternal depression, and other behavioral and mental health diagnoses.
Rachel utilizes a mixture of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and person-centered approaches to assist patients in making positive and healthy changes in their lives. She is dedicated to helping patients make positive changes in their lives, by offering a collaborative approach and creating a safe space for patients to focus on healing. Rachel believes it is important to meet patients where they are and tailor therapy to meet the specific needs of each individual.
Amanda Bihari (LPCC-S)
Amanda received her master’s Degree in Counseling from Franciscan University and is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with Supervisory Designation in the state of Ohio. She has experience in residential, community based, school based and outpatient settings. Throughout her career, Amanda has worked with diverse populations including at risk youth & their families, survivors of trauma, individuals navigating various life transitions, and severely and persistently mentally ill persons encompassing the life span. Areas of clinical expertise include adjustment disorders, anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, mood disorders, trauma-related disorders, behavioral disorders and personality disorders.
Amanda has a passion for trauma informed care and shows the utmost empathy and respect to all of her patients. As an integrated therapist, Amanda recognizes that therapy is a unique journey and tailors her interventions to fit the individual needs of each patient. She utilizes empirically based techniques from Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Therapy and Motivational Interviewing. Amanda serves as the Adolescent Group Coordinator and facilitates the Adolescent Skills Training DBT Group.
Anne Raleigh (LISW)
Anne (Annie) received her bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Youngstown State University and a Master of Science in Social Administration from Case Western Reserve University. She is currently a Licensed Social Worker in the state of Ohio. She specializes in mood disorders, trauma-related disorders, personality disorders and hoarding disorder. She has experience working with at-risk adults who are living with severe mental illness in agency and community settings. Her areas of expertise include moderate to severe mood and behavioral disorders, trauma-related disorders, hoarding disorder and issues related to grief and loss.
Annie engages in treatment from a person-centered, strengths-based approach. She often utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) along with DBT social skills training. Annie will treat the patient holistically from a social work perspective focusing on individual, family, and community well-being, as well as social and economic issues. She offers a safe space for clients to begin their journey toward emotional wellness and will assist clients in reaching treatment goals. Annie serves as the Adult Group Coordinator and facilitates our Adult Skills Training DBT Groups.
Rachel Booth Helscher (LPCC)
Rachel earned her Master’s degree in College Counseling from Eastern Michigan University and is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. Her experience working in inpatient settings, university counseling centers, and substance use treatment facilities has provided her the opportunity to work with a diverse population of patients. Her clinical areas of focus are: anxiety and mood disruptions, LGBTQ+ issues, trauma, substance use concerns including people connected to medication-assisted treatment, life adjustments and transitions, and college student success.
Rachel believes in transparency, compassion, and trust in building a collaborative counseling relationship. Her passion for therapy comes from a place of empathy and respect for client needs while holding patients accountable to their goals in an approachable and realistic way. Integrating techniques in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Motivational Interviewing. Rachel uses an eclectic, creative, and personalized approach to promote healing and create change. heal and make change.
Jamiee Imbrogno (LISW)
Jamiee received a Dual bachelor's in Sociology and Criminal Justice from Kent State University and her master's in Social Work from Cleveland State University. She is an independently licensed Social Worker in the state of Ohio. She has experience in community, school, end of life care, and emergency mental health settings and has worked with domestic violence, substance abuse, at risk children, and trauma survivors. Jamiee has expertise in working with domestic violence survivors, personality disorders, trauma related disorders, depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, behavioral disorders, and grief and/or loss.
Jamiee came into Social Work to help others become their best selves, with a little support and a listening ear, Jamiee believes she can help her patients reach their full potential. Jamiee utilizes multiple treatment techniques which include a person-centered approach, motivational interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Dialectal Behavior Therapy. Jamiee currently is EMDR Certified and carries a Death Doula Certification. She brings a holistic approach to the therapeutic environment while also providing patients with a safe and judgement free space to be their truest selves. Jamiee is accepting new patients and offers services in-person and via telehealth.
Gina Skorich (LISW, LICDC)
Gina is an independently licensed Social Worker in the state of Ohio and is a dual diagnosis (mental health and addictions) therapist. She has experience in medical and clinical mental health settings and has worked with many diverse populations over the past 10 years including adults over 18, those battling addiction, voluntary and court-mandated clients, and EAP (employee assistance program) individuals. Gina specializes in anxiety, trauma, PTSD, stress management, and alcohol and other drug addiction concerns.
Gina meets patients where they are and uses a collaborative and comprehensive approach to assist patients in reaching their maximum potential. She uses many therapeutic styles such as CBT (TF), SFBT, MI, MET and mindfulness when collaborating with patients as each patient’s needs are different and unique. Gina believes a holistic approach encompasses all aspects of overall wellness; mind, body, and spirit/environment. She provides a safe and comfortable environment that fosters growth and self-determination while respecting the patient’s autonomy. Gina is accepting new patients who are looking to take a journey in discovering life-long skills and strategies to assist in endless possibilities of overall mental well-being.
Laura Davis (CT, LPC)
Laura received her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Youngstown State University and is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Ohio. As a Counselor Trainee, Laura worked at Impact Counseling Solutions under the supervision of Michelle M. Paul, LPCC-S. She has provided counseling services to adolescents and adults in both the school and community counseling settings. She has experience treating depression, anxiety, self-harm, and self-esteem issues, as well as supporting those who are navigating life transitions, family conflict and interpersonal relationships.
Laura specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and always tailors her services to meet the unique needs of those she serves. Laura is committed to providing culturally sensitive and trauma informed services to individuals of all religious and ethnic backgrounds, as well as the LGBTQ+ community. Laura is passionate about creating a collaborative relationship with her patients and providing empowering and high-quality mental health services, one session at a time.
Alicia Stineman (Medical Billing Coordinator )
Alicia worked in a wide variety of medical settings before joining Impact Counseling Solutions in 2018. She decided to make a change and was drawn to mental health because she truly believes in the effectiveness of therapy and how IMPACTful it can be. Originally hired in a dual role as medical receptionist and medical billing specialist, Alicia now serves as our medical billing coordinator. With over eight years’ experience in health operations management, billing, and coding, she has expertise in ICD-9 and ICD-10, CPT, and HCPCS coding. She is highly skilled in analyzing and validating patient information, diagnoses, and billing data.
Alicia performs complex clerical and accounting functions for patient billing, including verification of invoice information, maintenance of third-party billing records, and resolution of problems. She follows up on submitted claims and patient billing and resubmits claims or correct inaccuracies. She works to resolve any issues with claims processing by keeping our billing manual up to date so that we always have the most current insurance requirements and guidelines in place to follow. Alicia says there is never a dull moment when working with insurance companies!
Jess Sudik (Medical Office Manager)
Jess joined the practice in 2019 as a medical receptionist and quickly worked her way up to office manager. She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Cleveland State University. Jess has always had a passion for mental health, so much so, she decided to continue her studies at Cleveland State University where she is also completing the Clinical Mental Health Counseling master's program.
Jess wears multiple hats as office manager such as administrator, undertaking clerical duties to ensure office systems continue to support the delivery of care, and works to ensure that all patient information is kept private and confidential. Jess knows that finding the right therapist can be both overwhelming and time-consuming. As the medical office manager, Jess is here to assist patients in choosing the best possible therapist for their unique situation. Jess works hard to make patients feel safe, encouraged, and supported. You can see this with her daily interactions at the front desk, answering the phones, or assisting the clinicians. Jess says the most fulfilling aspect of her job is to witness the tremendous growth of our patients.