Bethany Bair, LPCC-SUPV
Bethany is a licensed professional clinical counselor experienced in providing treatment to adolescents and adults. She works with clients individually, with couples providing marital counseling, with families, and is experienced facilitating therapy in group settings. She began her career working with women and single-parent families in an inner-city shelter and has successfully treated individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, adjustment issues and post-trauma difficulties. Her approaches to treatment include cognitive behavioral and dialectical behavioral therapies as well as relaxation and stress management strategies. Bethany lives with her husband in Tuscarawas County where they are both active in their local church.
Wendy Clementz, LPCC
Wendy Clementz is a licensed professional clinical counselor experienced in providing support and treatment to children, teens, and adults. Her experience includes treating those struggling with anxiety and depression, anger problems, ADHD, child behavioral issues, and survivors of abuse. She has experience and has had excellent results using play therapy. She was raised in Stark County where she lives with her husband, family and four legged friends. They attend and are active in a local church.
Ryan L. Dunn, Ph.D.
Dr. Dunn is a licensed clinical psychologist with experience and expertise in providing treatment to adults, teens and children. Dr. Dunn is the owner and clinical director of New Life Counseling. He was born and raised in Holmes County, Ohio. Dr. Dunn received his undergraduate degree from Malone University, his master’s degree from the University of Dayton and his doctoral degree from The Ohio State University. He served as a U.S. Air Force psychologist for four years prior to establishing his private practice in Columbus. In 1998 he opened New Life Counseling in Dover. Dr. Dunn provides treatment for a variety of issues some of which are anxiety, depression, marital and family problems, and more specialized treatment services such as pain management and hypnosis therapy. Dr. Dunn and his wife are the parents of two children and are active in their local church.
Christine Jones, LICDC, LPC
Christine Jones is dually credentialed as a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Addiction Counselor who specializes in helping families and individuals create and maintain a recovery-based lifestyle. She has deep family roots in Tuscarawas County. She worked for many years with Tribal Programs in South Dakota and brings a variety of approaches to her work with depression, anxiety, PTSD, and recovery issues. She has experience and expertise in individual and group therapy and incorporates mindfulness, experiential, and client-centered therapies to instill hope, enthusiasm, and peace in the hearts of her clients. Christine is available for spiritual and meditation-based counseling. She is a resident of Tuscarawas County and a member of a local church.
Jessica Lance, LPCC
Jessica Lance is a licensed professional clinical counselor who primarily works in providing treatment to children and adolescents, but is also experienced in treating adults with substance abuse issues. She works with people individually, with families, and can also provide group therapy. She began her career working with adults struggling with drug and alcohol use, but since then has worked with children and adolescents providing office and school based services. She has successfully worked with individuals struggling with anxiety, anger, behavioral problems, ADHD, drug and alcohol use, depression, adjustment and post-trauma difficulties. Her approaches to treatment include cognitive behavioral and dialectical behavioral therapies, as well as relaxation and stress management. Jessica lives with her husband in Stark County, where they are involved in their local church.
Marcia Lukens, MA, LSW Marcia Lukens is a licensed social worker experienced in providing support and treatment to children, adults and older adults. Her experience includes treating individuals dealing with depression, anxiety, life changes and marital issues. Marcia uses a variety of therapies such as relaxation therapy, cognitive therapy, and play therapy with children. She has experience in mental health working in both individual and group settings. Marcia and her husband live in Tuscarawas County. She enjoys cooking, spending time with family and friends, and plays flute and piccolo in the Dominic Greco Band.
Bruce E Malcolm, Psy.D., ABPP
Dr. Malcolm is a licensed and board certified clinical psychologist. In his 20 years of Doctoral level practice he has served children, teens, adults, and seniors. His experience includes providing therapy for a wide range of presenting problems including severe depression, anxiety disorders, adolescent behavior problems, marital issues, sexual addictions, and work related issues. He has provided psychological assessments for learning related issues as well as clinical assessment. Dr. Malcolm is a native of the Chicago area but spent several years in his youth in Tuscarawas County. He and his wife of 50 years live in the area, close to 4 of their 7 grandchildren and are active members of their local church.
Tiffany Shanower, LISW
Tiffany Shanower is a licensed independent social worker, experienced with providing treatment to children and adolescents. She works with individuals, families, and has facilitated therapy in group settings. She began her career working with children in an inner-city community, then transitioned to working with children and adolescents in a rural community, providing office and school based services. She has successfully worked with individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, anger, behavioral problems, adjustment, ADHD, and post-trauma difficulties. Her approaches to treatment include cognitive behavioral and play therapies, as well as relaxation and stress management strategies. Tiffany lives with her husband and two young children in Stark County, where they are actively involved in their local church.
Nathan Stephens, Psy.D.
Dr. Stephens is a licensed clinical psychologist with experience and expertise in treating adolescents and adults. His experience includes providing therapy for those with anxiety and depression, addictions, anger problems, histories of abuse and marital problems. In addition, he has experience providing court-ordered treatment and conducting psychological evaluations of various types, including for those involved in the legal system. Dr. Stephens grew up in the area and he and his family currently live in Stark County. He and his wife of ten years are committed members of their local church.
Barbara Wallis, MS, LPCC-SUPV
Barbara Wallis is a licensed professional clinical counselor with experience and expertise in providing support and treatment for men, women, and children. Her desire is to assist those who are facing difficult issues in their lives. Using a variety of therapies, she has treated depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorders. She also has experience with marital issues, family and relationship counseling, treatment of children with emotional or behavioral problems, and providing faith based counseling. She and her husband have been married for over 40 years and are active in their local church where her husband is the pastor. They are the proud parents of two sons and enjoy spending time with their grandchildren.
Robert “Chris” Warsinskey, LISW-SUPV
Chris Warsinskey is a licensed independent social worker with a supervisor designation. He is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University and has been practicing in northeast Ohio for over 30 years. He has a wide range of experience and expertise, having worked effectively with children, adolescents, young adults and adults of all ages, and their families. He is able to work with a full range of concerns, issues, and areas of distress. This includes personal and family problems related to trauma, depression, anxiety, anger, behavior, alcohol and substance use, major life changes and adverse experiences. He was responsible for establishing a county-wide school-based mental health collaboration in Stark County that included 11 school districts, over 60 schools and as many mental health providers. Chris has lived with his wife in Tuscarawas County for the past 15 years, and enjoys spending time with his children and grandchildren who live in central Ohio.