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Michael Durham, LSW, LICDC-CS received a BSSW from Bowling Green, Ohio in 1990 and has an independent license to practice in the state of Ohio. He has over 29 years in the field of substance abuse counseling and counseling youth, adults and families. He has been clinical manager of both inpatient and outpatient facilities. His theoretical approach is based on the stages of change and he believes recovery is a process, not an event.
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Nikki Keller, MSW, LISW received a BA in Science and Social Welfare (1986) and Master of Social Work (1992) from The Ohio State University. She has been independently licensed in the State of Ohio since 1994 and is a member of the National Association of Social Workers.
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Lindsay Miller, MS, LPCC-S earned her BS degree in neuroscience and psychology at Alleghney College, and MS degree in counseling psychology at Chatham University in Pittsburgh, PA. She is independently licensed and has served in both a private practice setting and residential treatment facility for adolescents. She has experience with individual, group, and family counseling and practices Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
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Sarah Gabric, LPCC-S, received a B.A. in psychology from Vermont College in 1998 and a M.A. in counseling psychology from Union University in 2004. She is independently licensed in the State of Ohio.
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Libby Ladrach, MA, LPC received a Bachelors of Arts from Capital University, where she studied Art Therapy and Studio Art. After Capital, Libby attended Walsh University and received her Masters of Arts, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and is currently a Licensed Professional Counselor. Libby utilizes solution focused therapy but recognizes the importance of meeting the student where they are, and allowing them to define their starting point.
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Peter Oduwole MS, LPC received his bachelor of science in psychology from the University of Dayton in 2014. He completed his master's in clinical mental health counseling in 2017. Peter has experience in dual diagnosis, clinical work and residence life. His eclectic approach is to provide a comprehensive, therapeutic experience to facilitate healing and focus on well-being.