Thomas Funk is state licensed clinical counselor, and the administrator for the group. He is also endorsed as a supervising counselor by the State of Ohio. He has held certifications as a national sports counselor, a hypnotherapist, a PTSD clinician, national fellowship and a state social worker license. Since 1985, Mr. Funk has served in a variety of social service settings as an administrator, therapist, educator & consultant. Jon Lindsey, a licensed clinical counselor by the State of Ohio, has also been working in social services since 1985. He is Nationally Certified Psychologist at the Master’s level. He has extensive experience with a broad range of mental health issues, and has specialized in working with behavior management concerns, relationship challenges, mood disorders and grief work. Mr. Lindsey is also endorsed to clinically supervise by the state board.
Christine Schoenberg-Angione is an independently licensed clinical counselor with the supervisory designation by the State of Ohio. Christine works with those age 17 through the lifespan, with a strong desire to work with the aging population and those who are providing care for aging family members. Christine has a background working with aging adults, working in nursing homes providing individual and group counseling to residents. Christine has worked in the mental health field for over 20 years. It is her desire to continue to provide a safe place for individuals to share their journey of healing and build on their resiliency through issues such as depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder, grief and loss, family of origin issues, relational issues, stage of life issues, self-esteem and others.
John Digman is a licensed independent social worker by the State of Ohio, and joined the group in Summer of 2017. Mr. Digman brings a unique history to the group that includes: motivational speaking, group therapy, family and couples counseling. He also specializes in anger management, and has been practicing independently for nearly a decade. Mr. Digman has memberships with NASW (National Association of Social Workers), NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness), NOVA (National Organization for Victim Assistance) & NAMA (National Anger Management Association).
Dr. Lynn Edwards has a PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in Counseling Psychology and is licensed as an LPCC-S. She has been trained in Multicultural Counseling and is published in the area of hypnosis. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and has been a member of the Milwaukee Psychoanalytic Society and was an advocate at F.O.R.G.E. in Milwaukee for the LGBTQ community.
Dr. Edwards has a general practice and expertise in many areas of mental health including anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, personality disorders, PTSD, CPTSD and relationship issues. She sees patients ranging from age 17 years and up.
Dr. Edwards’ focus in therapy is to provide a safe, productive and healing environment informed by the top therapeutic interventions as well as providing exercises and strategies for coping with daily life.
(In Memoriam, March 17, 1953 - December 25, 2020)
Michelle was a dedicated and talented professional. She was always learning, exploring, and creating, while bringing new ideas to help others. And always, with that "Michelle flair!" She will be sorely missed by her clients and her colleagues...
Michelle Husted was a clinical therapist who had 30 years’ experience in treating individuals, children and families with trauma histories. She believed clients have access to incredible internal resources and resilience. Her treatment involved a journey of change with them to increase their awareness of personal strengths while expanding a sense of personal empowerment. Michelle was licensed in Ohio as a Clinical Counselor with Supervisory endorsement. She was EMDR trained for trauma, and overall behavioral health. Her clinical focus included extensive training in mood and adjustment disorders, family therapy, stress management, grief recovery, complex trauma, domestic violence and managing emotional dysregulation.
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