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Our Team


Tiffany Manrodt

Clinical Director/Perinatal Psychotherapist, MSW, LISW-S, PMH-C

I believe in a holistic focused approach to therapy. I incorporate mind, body and spirit to achieve a regulated emotional state and balance in one’s life. I believe that client’s are the experts in their own life and I have a variety of therapeutic techniques in my toolbox to accommodate each individual to find their unique healing path.

Courtney Liska


My goal as a therapist is to provide an individualized approach that is tailored to each person I work with. Whether you are experiencing crisis, grief, anxiety, depression, stress, relationship issues, life transitions, parent-child relationship challenges, family conflict or have simply lost your way, I will meet you where you are.

Susan Adams


Hope for the Journey is my professional motto. As your partner, my goal is to support your healing by arming you with the tools, insight and encouragement to increase your hope, healing and happiness along your journey through life. Treatment is uniquely tailored to each individual’s needs and is done in partnership with the individual or family.

Hannah Rothgery


Without judgment, I prioritize creating a safe space to talk and unpack life’s many challenges that can leave us feeling overwhelmed and stuck. It is important to me to build genuine and trusting relationships with clients, as this creates the foundation for healing.

Marissa Wood


My goal in counseling is to provide a safe, judgement free space, that we can work collaboratively and create space for growth . I believe it is an honor to serve the clients I work with and strive to meet them where they are to guide them on their journey.

Shannon Francis


The fundamentals of my practice consist of creating a safe place where I am privileged to listen to my clients’ narratives. I believe each of my clients have their own strengths. I take pride in empowering clients to identify and grow their strengths to guide them through the challenges of life.

Jeffrey Sustarsic

Jeffrey Sustarsic


I think of counseling as collaborative, where I am able to act as mirror and consultant. I work to highlight your strengths and positive aspects, while gently pointing out certain aspects of thoughts and/or behaviors that might be contributing to your reasons for coming to counseling. And always, I hope to foster a safe, nonjudgmental environment.

Kelsey Pilling

Kelsey Pilling


Life provides us challenges, ups and downs, and periods of extreme
distress. Our unique experiences often shape how we view ourselves and
the world. My approach to therapy is to assist in reframing your thoughts and beliefs, and encouraging you to take an active role in this process.

Carrie Mosko


When you change the way you see things, the things around you change. If you want to change your life, you must first change the way you think. As your therapist, I will help you gain clarity on, and connection with, your own inner spirit as we uncover how you view yourself and your experiences.

Katherine Bement

Katherine Bement


Katherine Bement is a Licensed Professional Counselor who enjoys working with children (7+) to adults, with a specialty in teenagers and young adults. She provides services to individuals, couples, and family therapy. Katherine has worked with issues ranging from depression, anxiety, family and relationship issues, mood disorders, suicidal ideation, and self-harm.

Dr. Judy Randolph


As a psychologist, Dr. Randolph utilizes cognitive behavioral, interpersonal process, and psychodynamic approaches with clients. Her approach to therapy is one of collaboration with her clients as she believes her purpose is to assist clients gain understanding about their mental health and the healing process.

Jasmine Reed

Jasmine Reed


I earned my Bachelor of Social Work from Cleveland State University and am currently in the Master of Social Work program at Case Western Reserve University.


Kristen Manrodt


Kristen is a board certified psychiatric nurse practitioner. She received her undergraduate degrees from Miami University and The University of Colorado and her graduate degree from Kent State University.

Brittany Lutte

Brittany Lutte


Brittany Lute is a board certified, psychiatric mental health nurse
practitioner with training and experience treating individuals of all ages. She obtained her master’s degree in nursing from Case Western Reserve University. Her training includes integrated primary care, developmental pediatrics, reproductive psychiatry, and general adult and pediatric psychiatry.

Sarah D’Angelo


Sarah is a board certified family nurse practitioner. She received her undergraduate degree from The University of Toledo and her graduate degree from Malone University.

Dr. Elif Yilmaz


Dr. Yilmaz believes in treating the person as a “whole” so her clinical effort involves medication management without neglecting the person’s spiritual or psychosocial needs.


Alayah Wypasek

Alayah Wypasek

Administrative Assistant

Alayah is currently in graduate school at Cleveland State University for Clinical Mental Health Counseling and will be graduating with her LPC. She completed her undergraduate degree in Human Development and Family Studies at Kent State University.