Our staff is a team of mental health counselors who are licensed in the state of Ohio, as well as pre-licensed interns. Each member has received rigorous training and continuous education. All staff members hold appropriate licenses.


We welcome you to a supportive, judgment-free environment where you can find your strengths, share your thoughts and feelings, and learn new skills to manage your areas of need.


Staff Therapist

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CRYSTAL HUBBELL, LICENSED Professional CLINICAL COUNselor, SUPERVISOR, AND OWNER

My passion has always been families and children of all ages, providing both individual and family therapies. I have worked in home and community-based settings as well as schools. This work has given me extensive experience working with trauma, abuse, grief, PTSD, mood and adjustment disorders, as well as eating disorders and autism. I have a special place in my heart for teenage girls and feel that my therapeutic modality is especially beneficial to them.


I like to use a holistic approach with person-centered and strength-based strategies. This allows for the use of expressive therapies which give the client the opportunity to communicate in the manner that is most appropriate for them. Using tactile, visual, or auditory approaches gives clients freedom to express themselves effectively and authentically.


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Kelly Davis, LicenSeD Professional Counselor

I approach the therapeutic relationship as a partnership between the client and the counselor while creating a safe, secure, and non-judgmental environment. This allows the client the freedom to be his or her authentic self. I have always had a strong commitment to helping people find solutions to life's challenges.

I prefer working with a diverse mix of clients including adults, couples, children, families and adolescents. I bring in counseling techniques and theories that fit best with the needs of the clients. My practice often involves cognitive behavior therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and mindfulness skills.

I have approximately twenty years of experience helping people with mental health, substance abuse, and issues related to trauma.


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Penelope Chavez-Frigon, Psy.D, Clinical Psychologist

Hi, I am Dr. Penelope Chavez-Frigon, aka Dr. Penelope. I received my doctoral degree in psychology from Xavier University. I completed advanced training in trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT) with children. I have 15 years of experience as a psychologist including working with children, adolescents and families providing psychological testing, and crisis intervention. I previously served as diagnostic supervisor at an outpatient agency where I provided consultation services for the juvenile court system and Children’s Protective Services.

I specialize in childhood/adolescent mental health issues, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder parenting issues, divorce issues with children, self-esteem, peer relationships, Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), autism spectrum disorders, and psychological assessments. I provide individual therapy for children, adolescents and adults ages 6 to 50.


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Sam Golden, Licensed Professional Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist

Hello! My name is Sam, and I enjoy working with a variety of clients ages 7 and up, including adolescents, adults, families and couples. I work with clients presenting with a diverse set of issues such as anxiety, depression, self-esteem, trauma, peer troubles, pre-marital, and marital issues. I have a special interest in families that feel stuck, and particularly couples suffering from relational issues.

I strive to make sure I create a safe, comfortable therapeutic environment that allows you to express yourself authentically. I like to focus on strengths, mindfulness, and making small, realistic steps towards your goals. I will work with you to figure out what type of therapy and coping skills work best by being an open and transparent therapist.


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Ashley Kilgore, Licensed Professional Counselor

Hi, I’m Ashley and I have always had a passion for helping people who are in a vulnerable or difficult place. I have experience working with children, teenagers, adults, and families as well as issues such as depression, anxiety, behavioral issues, anger management, PTSD, and family conflict. I have a special interest in working with those who have experienced trauma and helping them overcome situations or events that are holding them back.

I understand how difficult it can be to reach out for help so that’s why I strive to create a safe and non-judgmental environment in which you can explore the issues that are holding you back from being your best self. The techniques I use include cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and creative interventions. I believe in using a person-centered approach and tailoring treatment to best fit an individual's personality, strengths, and goals for therapy.


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Crys Alexander, Licensed Independent Social Worker, Supervisor

As an independently licensed social worker, I am passionate about working with and for children and families, specifically addressing a child’s concerns and challenges, in tandem with parenting needs in both individual and family therapy settings.

With over a decade of experience in the helping profession, I’m a creative and empathetic therapist, and thus I use a variety of techniques tailored to fit the needs of you and your family. Your safety, comfortability and confidentiality is key, and I strive to provide you with a non-judgmental therapeutic relationship. I know first-hand the challenges and vulnerabilities of raising children, I’m a parent too. I pride myself on collaborating with families to identify and implement strategies that fit your needs, there’s multiple ways to parent effectively, and nurture family development.

I have extensive experience in community based settings with children from diverse backgrounds, working with trauma, abuse, ADHD, PTSD, anxiety, anger, behavioral/emotional outburst, attachment and adjustment disorders. I have training in trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy and I utilize play therapy techniques to help children express and explore their emotions, process events, and build positive connections as well as healthy behaviors. I regularly incorporate mindfulness, and always consider individual strengths, interests and culture when creating treatment plans.


Kelli Knipper, Licensed Social Worker

New to the staff!

Hello and welcome! My Name is Kelli.  Being treated with dignity is what you can expect from our therapeutic partnership as we work to help you overcome obstacles. I strive to create a safe, non-judgmental space where you have the opportunity to be heard and validated. My practice includes many therapeutic methods which are tailored to meet your individual needs, mind, body and spirit.

I have substantial education, training and experience helping others through difficulties such as overcoming trauma, depression, anxiety, relationship conflicts (personal and professional) as well as adjustment and grief issues.  My practice is centered around helping adolescents, adults, families and couples achieve the happiness and fulfillment you desire and deserve.


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Corrine White, Marriage and family therapist

New to the staff!

I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT). I received a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from George Fox University in Portland, OR. I have been in the mental health field for over 10 years, directly providing mental health treatment for 5 years. I have worked with children, youth and young adults in outpatient counseling, residential and community mental health, as well adults and families in an outpatient setting.

I work collaboratively with clients with a holistic approach to develop emotionally fulfilling attachments, which are significant to an individual or child's mental, physical, biological, communal, and spiritual growth. The healthy integration of neurological, biological, and psychological parts of the brain are important in developing a harmonious and homeostatic balance within one’s self and in relationship to others and/or a Transcendent Other (i.e. God). I use a systemic lens to address child or adult trauma, difficult life changes, and relational conflict. My primary focus is children and adolescents, family therapy, and couples/marriage counseling.

Support Staff

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Grace Morris

Administration Office, Front Desk

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Allye Kneipp

Billing Administration, Credentialing



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