Janet (Jeni) Fetzer (MA, LPCC-S) Received her graduate degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky. She has worked with a variety of populations including adolescents, adults, and families in both individual and group settings. In her work with adolescents, she has provided care for children and teens who report issues regarding suicide, depression, anxiety, family concerns, and behavior issues. Jeni has training in both art and play therapy and specializes in the unique needs that children and adolescents face. She utilizes a strength-based approach with each individual to help them achieve their goals toward wellness. She is a licensed professional clinical counselor-supervisor in the state of Ohio and owns the private practice.
Lara Waldenmaier (MA, LPCC) has a Masters degree in Clinical Pastoral Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary in Ashland, Ohio. Lara has worked in private counseling and psychiatry practices, in the community, and in hospital-based assessment and referral departments with many different types of people: adults with mental illnesses-anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, panic disorder and schizophrenia, college students, couples, the elderly, internationals, job seekers and people seeking support and direction for life’s struggles and spiritual questions. She is a licensed professional clinical counselor in the state of Ohio.
Dallas Roessner-Lang (MA, LPC) obtained her Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from John Carroll University. She is a licensed counselor with the state of Ohio and has worked in community, school, home, and private practice settings. Dallas has experience working with children, adolescents, and young adults providing individual and family counseling. Some areas of focus include depression, anxiety, trauma, self-esteem, and anger management.
Meredith Berdysz (MA, LPC) obtained her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health counseling from John Carroll University. She is a licensed counselor in the state of Ohio and has experience working with children, young adults, college students, and adults. Meredith believes therapy works best as a collaborative process. She is compassionate and provides an accepting, nurturing, and safe environment. She strives to assist individuals in utilizing their existing skills and learning new skills to work on resolving issues that may be keeping them from becoming their best self.
Mindy Stewart (MA, LPC) received her Master’s in Counseling degree from Colorado Christian University in colorful Colorado. She is a licensed counselor in the state of Ohio and has experience working with youth in foster care, and adults in the community dealing with chronic depression, anxiety, emotional instability, and personal care concerns. Most recently she has provided bereavement and grief support for those affected by long-term illnesses or the death of pediatric hospice patients. Mindy is grateful for the opportunity to walk alongside those struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship or transitional stress and concerns, and/or grief and loss while managing daily life, in the therapeutic setting of Anchor Counseling.
Melissa Heidemann (MSW, LISW-S) earned her masters degree in social work from Cleveland State University. She has over ten years of experience working with a variety of populations across all age groups. She has worked in both private practice and community mental health. In her experiences she has worked with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, trauma, school related issues, and marriage and family discord. Melissa has over four years of training and experience working with adolescents that have exhibited sexualized behaviors as well as individuals who have been victims of sexual assault. Her belief is that all people have experiences throughout their lives that can be difficult to overcome and walk through but that there is always a path for healing, recovery and wellness. Her approach to counseling is a relaxed and comfortable environment that utilizes a variety of approaches to help one find solutions that are relatable, individualized and specific to their own personal needs.
Paige Robertson (MA, LPC) received her graduate degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from John Carroll University. She is a licensed counselor in the state of Ohio and has experience with a variety of ages and presenting concerns. These include but are not limited to trauma, anxiety, addiction, grief, depression, and self-esteem. Paige has spent the majority of her career utilizing a holistic approach to healing as well as a strengths based and solutions focused techniques. Her goals is to create a safe environment for free expression and healing.
Kate Nagy (M. Ed., LPC) has a Master’s degree of education in School Counseling and a Post Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from John Carroll University. During the school year she works at The Ratner School in Beachwood as a full time school counselor. Kate also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education from Kent State University. At her previous job, Kate provided counseling and case management services to students who struggled emotionally and behaviorally and also did her clinical internship with children and family counseling. She has experience with counseling students individually, as a group, and implementing school wide programming in addition to working with the LGBTQ population. Kate loves collaborating with others and enriching lives of the children she serves.
Lisa Gormley (MA, LPC) earned her Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at John Carroll University in 2018. She has experience in outpatient settings, specifically working in chemical dependency and dual-diagnosis. Lisa is also trained in Grief Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. She works with adults with depression, anxiety, substance use disorders, ptsd and other trauma-related disorders, career related issues, grief, and spirituality.