Sereena Creamer is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, she specializes and has a passion for providing counseling to individuals, families, and couples. She has 6 years of experience practicing mental health therapy and providing family life education. Sereena has a passion in assisting individuals in making a positive change within their lives and processing your feelings, thoughts, behaviors to heal from trauma. She is a therapist who understands building rapport and a therapeutic relationship is essential in counseling. Sereena uses Evidence based practices, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, and Family Centered Therapy, to engage families and individuals in assessing their needs, obtaining growth, and building problem solving skills.
Sereena works with adolescents, adults, families, and couples who are experiencing depression, anxiety, crisis & trauma, alcohol and drug use, self-esteem, grief, relationship issues, domestic violence, daily life stressors, and many other challenges. She prides herself in my ability to build a trusting, supportive, and dependable relationship with my clients to assist in meeting goals and growth.
Sereena is committed in helping you understand and cope with daily life stressors and mental health issues while maintaining an adequate level of functioning.
Reilly is a student at Kent State University majoring in Psychology. Reilly was already interested in human behavior, the human mind and how it works, and finishing her first psychology class at KSU, confirmed her decision and passion to embark her college career in the field of psychology. She plans to continue her education in community mental health counseling.
"Working at S.A.F.E. is comfortable and welcoming. It provides opportunity to be a part of a process that creates space for individuals, couples, and families to regain control of their challenges and barriers".
She hopes to be a member of the S.A.F.E. team long-term providing support to individuals who strive to bring hope and change in their lives while gaining hands-on exposure and experience into the personal counseling world!
Zachary Irwin is a Licensed Social Worker, specializing in working with children and adolescents, as well as experience with parents, families, and adults. Zach has been practicing mental health therapy, helping individuals and families cope with depression, anxiety, anger, crisis stabilization and de-escalation, grief and loss, and other stressors that occur in day to day lives. He understands that to create a safe and welcoming environment to stimulate change, takes time and patience, as well as a strong therapeutic relationship. Zach applies Evidence-Based practices, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, and aspects of Trauma-Informed Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy to support his clients in making positive changes and grow from the challenges they face.
Zach also has experience in group therapy, having facilitated various groups such as Anger Management. He enjoys facilitating and managing a group dynamic in which individuals come together and create a culture and community of their own, focused on healing and understanding.