Shea McCreery, LMFT, LPCC

Shea is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, and a Certified Clinical Anxiety Treatment Professional (CCATP) who specializes in treating anxiety disorders. 

Shea graduated from a dually accredited Master's program for Marriage and Family Therapy/Counseling from The University of Akron. For the last few years Shea has had a strong focus on treating adolescents who struggle with anxiety and depression. 

 Shea takes a systemic approach in treating couple/family relational issues. She also specializes in treating anxiety disorders with a multifaceted approach towards treatment that includes system's theory, psychoeducation for providing an in-depth understanding of the disorder, CBT to address thought patterns and behavior, relaxation skills to treat somatic symptoms, and Exposure therapy/ERP for desensitization and treating OCD.
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Beverly (Bev) Major, LPCC-S

Beverly (Bev) Major graduated from the University of Akron in 2014 with a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, with a Supervision designation. 


Bev has experience working with adolescents, adults, and couples. She has worked in a variety of settings including community mental health agencies, hospice, schools, private practice, and a cancer support center.


Bev’s areas of expertise include grief/loss, illness, anxiety, depression, adjustment issues, parenting, self-esteem, women’s issues, LGBTQ related issues, divorce, relationship issues, codependency, and spirituality. She is passionate about helping clients address the problems they face, develop coping skills, as well as, empowering them to recognize their personal strengths. 


Bev believes that everyone deserves dignity, respect, and acceptance in the counseling environment, and understands that it takes courage to make the decision to begin counseling.


Kailie Reed, LPC, CDCA

Kailie Reed obtained her Master's in Mental Health Clinical Counseling from John Carroll University where she also obtained her chemical dependency licensure. Kailie completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology at Hiram College where she also played soccer all 4 years. 

Kailie's passion includes helping people unravel their true potential in life by beating their addictions and coming to terms with how to properly manage the difficulties they face in life. Kailie also works with dual diagnosis and anyone who has experienced trauma. The theories Kailie use include Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Mindfulness. 

Kailie grew up in Wadsworth where her family has owned the Sub Station for 38 years. She has 2 big dogs and enjoys spending time outside with them. 


Brenton Kiser, CT


Brenton Kiser is from Walsh University, in the Counseling & Human Development graduate program with a specialization in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. He is licensed as a Counselor Trainee and working under supervision.  

Per Brenton, "Regarding my personality and temperamental traits, I perceive myself as intelligent, introverted/introspective, humorous, compassionate, kind, courteous, welcoming, and approachable to highlight a few characteristics overall. In fact, my Myers-Briggs personality configuration is an INFJ, one of the rarest types for men respectively. Some extracurricular interests and subsequent hobbies include creative/academic writing, reading, painting/drawing, collecting vinyl records (audiophile), watching movies, and spending quality time with family and friends. 

My approach to psychotherapy in general and toward clients in particular may be considered rather unorthodox in its approach even though I seek to utilize the latest advances promoted by the wider field of Clinical Psychology respectively. I mainly operate from a solution-focused perspective blended with pragmatism from the principles of logic, problem-solving abilities, and critical-thinking skills." 

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Kristi Crabb, MSW, LISW

Kristi is a Licensed Independent Social Worker who received her Masters of Social Work in 2017 from The Ohio State University. 


Kristi has worked with children, adolescents, and families for the last 7 years. Prior to becoming a therapist Kristi worked and continues to volunteer at a Theraputic Equestrian Center with children and adults of all ages with both physical and intellectual disabilities.


Kristi has worked as a therapist since 2017. Kristi utilizes psychoeducation to assist individuals and families with understanding their diagnosis and trauma. Kristi utilities several different treatment methods including but not limited to Trauma Focused CBT, relaxation techniques, and CBT.


Kristi enjoys spending time outside with her two horses and dog. 

Heidi Buckingham Summers, LPCC


Heidi Buckingham Summers received her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The University of Akron in 2016. Her undergraduate career was at Cleveland State University where she obtained her Bachelors in Psychology in 2013. 


Heidi has experience working with a wide population including adults, adolescents and children. She has worked in community mental health, private practice and the school setting. 


Heidi treats a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, personality disorders, behavioral concerns, adjustment issues, obsessive compulsive disorder, relationship issues, trauma and LGBT+ specific concerns. Her passion is helping people feel accepted, worthy and capable through the use of coping skills and personal strengths. Heidi uses Cognitive Behavioral therapy, Person Centered therapy, Mindfulness and is trained in EMDR.


When she is not in the office, Heidi enjoys spending time with family, traveling, and spending time with her two dogs.