Kara Bradley is a Licensed Professional Counselor. with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and English from the University of Missouri in 2014 and a Master’s in Counselor Education from The Ohio State University in 2017. I have experience working with children, families, and college students in the areas of trauma, mood disorders, suicidal thoughts, grief/loss, life transitions, and relationship conflict. I believe counseling should be a positive experience where you feel valued, listened to, and supported. My style of counseling works from a strength-based approach where we focus on what strengths and resources you have in your life that we can build upon to help resolve the problems you’re facing.
Kim earned her Bachelor’s degree in Human Ecology and Master’s degree in Counselor Education from The Ohio State University. Now, Kim is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has experience working with children, families, teens, college students, and adults. Much of her work is concentrated in trauma, mood disorders, self-esteem, grief/loss, and social skills. Kim believes that counseling is a unique and personal experience and always strives to meet the individual where they are. When Kim is not counseling, she enjoys spending time with her dog, attending sporting events, and reading.
Laura Lewis is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and Supervisor (LPCC-S). She graduated with a Master's degree in Counselor Education from The Ohio State University in 2010. She specializes in individual therapy with adolescents, adults, and couples and provides clinical supervision to LPC’s working toward obtaining independent status. She serves as a consultant and speaker for parents, educators, and clergy in public and private settings (visit laurajlewiscounseling.com to learn more). Laura has also served the Ohio Counseling Association as a past president of the Central Ohio Counseling Association (2016-2017) and chairs the OCA Leadership Committee. She is the Assistant Director of the Suicide Prevention Program at The Ohio State University. Her clinical and research interests including holistic wellness, experiential learning/impact techniques, spirituality/religion in counseling, empathy development, and emerging young adult/college transitional issues.
Michael S. Lewis
Michael is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and Supervisor (LPCC-S) with over 15 years of experience. He graduated with his Master’s and Doctorate in Counselor Education from The Ohio State University in 2003 and 2015, respectively. He has experience working with adults through various settings such as addictions, college counseling, and private practice. He has been a clinical supervisor helping to train new professionals for over 10 years. He has served as part of the Ohio Counseling Association for the past five years and is the current president of the Ohio College Counseling Association. He has presented both regionally and nationally on topics of process addictions, clinical diagnosis and treatment specific to the use of dialectical behavioral therapy, and ethical decision making. Michael is also an Assistant Professor at Capital University where he teaching in the Master’s program in Counselor Education
Danny is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) and licensed school counselor who has been practicing for four years in the greater Columbus area. He received both his Master of Arts in Counselor Education and School Counselor licensure from The Ohio State University. He has experience working with Depression/Anxiety, ADHD, and social-emotional issues. He has worked with the teen/adolescent population and practices from a strength-based, cognitive behavioral, and person-centered counseling mindset. Danny has been involved in efforts toward increasing the presence of mental health professionals in school environments, as well as with outreach & engagement with local counselors for the Central Ohio Counseling Association.
Brian is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) and graduate of The Ohio State University’s Counselor Education Master’s program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. He operates from a client-centered framework, which allows clients to define their goals of therapy and feel empowered throughout the counseling process. He incorporates aspects of dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and interpersonal process therapy (IPT) into his sessions. Brian has experience working with a variety of populations and presenting concerns, including anxiety, depression, trauma, family of origin concerns, gender/indentity concerns, and relationship/sexual issues. Come as you are!
Terra Tadlock-Smith is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and Supervisor (LPCC-S) with a masters degree in clinical counseling from The Ohio State University. Her previous experience includes working with adults dealing with job loss issues. She also has worked with adolescents who were dealing with a range of mental health issues including ADHD, anxiety, trauma, ODD and mood disorders. Terra often utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy approach. Terra specializes in working with mood disorders, anxiety disorders and career counseling.