Shea McCreery, LMFT, LPCC, CCATP
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.
Angela Sims, MSSA, LSW
Angela is a licensed social worker working with individuals, families, children, and teens. In addition to her work with youth and families as a licensed therapist, Angela has an extensive background working with individuals and families with cognitive and intellectual disabilities, and at-risk youth.
Angela graduated with a Master's degree in social work from Case Western Reserve University with a focus on child youth and family counseling. Angela has a strong focus on treating individuals with Asperger’s and other developmental disorders, and in using therapeutic art and holistic practices to manage stress and anxiety.
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.