Samantha Willi, LPCC-S
Samantha is a the owner of CLE Counseling, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, and Supervisor. She has earned her Master of Science in both Psychology and Mental Health Counseling from the University of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She has been in practice since 2014 working with children, teenagers, families, and adults. She has worked in community mental health as well as private practice, both in the office setting and at schools. Samantha has completed training in Parent Management Training (PMT), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Samantha believes that each person is different and needs a unique treatment experience and focuses on creativity throughout treatment.
Samantha is a dog mom of 3 - Weezy, Zoey, and Banner. She enjoys crafts, painting, and traveling. During the summer, she typically spends her time drag racing with family and friends.
Erin Phillips, LPCC, LICDC
Erin is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor. In 2018, she earned her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from John Carroll University. Erin has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults struggling with mental health as well as substance abuse. Erin is passionate about working with clients involved in the justice system as well as clients in the LGBTQ+ community. Erin uses an eclectic approach and believes in meeting people where they are to create an individualized approach to their therapy. She utilizes many different interventions which include journaling, art, and mindfulness techniques. Helping clients reach their goals is her focus, and she believes that everyone’s mental health is important.
Erin is a cat mom of 3 – Gizmo, Coco, and Ollie. She enjoys spending time with her family and traveling in her spare time.
Lora Zoller, LPCC
Lora is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor who works with clients of all ages. In 2012, she earned a Masters of Arts degree in Community Counseling from John Carroll University. Since then, she has worked in community mental health agencies in Arizona and Ohio where she provided individual, group and family therapy. Her training includes Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT), Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-i), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Play Therapy and somatic therapies. Lora uses trauma-informed practices and a person-centered approach. She strives to provide inclusive and respectful services to each client she works with. She believes that people have the ability to learn, adapt, heal and thrive.
Lora enjoys photography, hiking and crocheting. She likes to spend time traveling with her family and friends. She is active in serving the community through her work with several charitable organizations.
Nichole Geibel, LSW
Nichole is a Licensed Social Worker. She has been in practice since 2015 working with children, adolescents, families and adults. She has worked within the school system, mental health community, hospice and grief counseling center. Nichole has experience working with a diverse population and many resources. Nichole believes that it is important to meet a client where they currently are in their journey and creates a specific plan for the client to help them move forward in their journey. She utilizes many different interventions when working with clients which include journaling, art and mindfulness.
Nichole enjoys spending time with her family and dogs as well as baking, walking and yoga. Helping people is her passion and goal in her practice. She believes that everyone can be successful in their therapeutic goals and although change can be hard it is worth it and achievable.
Martina Trevino, LSW
Martina Trevino, MSSA/LSW is a Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) Licensed Social Worker with over 21 years of experience working with at-risk youth, adults, couples, and families. Martina has experience providing individual therapy, running groups, and providing crisis intervention. Martina works with those with both mental health and chemical dependency concerns. Martina has a wealth of experience with the following treatment modalities: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, SBIRT, TF-CBT, and EMDR and addressing: depression, anxiety, trauma, Bipolar Disorder, and other concerns. Martina has been trained to practice EMDR. Martina graduated from Bowling Green State University and Case Western Reserve University School of Applied Social Science. Martina’s preference is to work with individuals ages 18+.
Alyssa Phillips, LPC
Alyssa is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She has earned her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2017 from John Carroll University. She has been in practice since 2016 working with teenagers, families, and adults. She has worked in community mental health, private practice, and the prison system. Alyssa has specialized in drug and alcohol treatment through her studies at John Carroll University. Alyssa has worked extensively with mental health issues for children, adolescents, and adults.
In her spare time, Alyssa enjoys traveling, hiking, rock climbing, and spending time with family.
Krystal Gesicki, LISW-S, LICDC-GAMB, CCTP
Krystal graduated from Case Western Reserve University in 2014 and holds the following credentials: licensed independent social worker with supervision designation, licensed independent chemical dependency counselor with gambling endorsement, and certified clinical trauma professional.
Krystal has a commitment in working with adults in finding their life identity, overcoming obstacles to being their best self, and learning to live a life with no regrets. Since 2013, she has joined women and men as they navigate life after trauma, revitalize their life during recovery, and gain new skills to cope with the sea of overwhelming emotions. Combined with themes of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Krystal utilizes a personalized approach to help individuals design a life worth living. By providing a safe and validating space, she welcomes exploration of mental health, gambling disorder, and substance use counseling needs.
Krystal enjoys expressing her creative side through trying new craft projects, seeking new adventures in Ohio, and spending time with those that mean the most - including her two cats – Maya and Nala.
Halle Branscum, LPC
Halle has earned her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Cleveland State University. She specializes in anxiety, depression, trauma, and stress from life transitions.
Halle loves to read, write, and bake. She also enjoys running 5k races and traveling in her spare time.
Faith Walters, LSW
Faith is a Licensed Social Worker and Certified Trauma Professional who works with adults and couples. She was born and raised in Northeast Ohio, and completed her Masters in Social Work at the University of Akron. She has worked in community mental since 2016 within the in-person office settings, and through telebehavioral health services. She utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness and Body Practices, and Trauma Focused treatment to help people with multiple areas of struggle. Whether you are experiencing a traumatic life event such as divorce, single parenting, the loss of a loved one, or substance abuse, anxiety or depression; she is here to listen and provide you with the skills you need to feel better and regain (or obtain for the first time), your sense of confidence and a sense of acceptance and peace in your life journey.
In her spare time, Faith enjoys spending time with her life partner, children, and her grandchildren. She also enjoys the company of her two dogs Jax and Toto, or riding her 3 wheeled Spyder and practicing in “Wind Therapy”.
Carley Trillow, LSW, LICDC
Amie Grant, CT
Amie is a Counselor Trainee and current student at Cleveland State University. She graduated from CSU in 2012 with a Master of Education, specializing in School Counseling, and recently returned to complete the requirements for Clinical Mental Health Counseling licensure. Amie approaches her work from a feminist empowerment perspective, believing that often our stress and anxiety stem from the expectations that society has placed up on us. By exploring our experiences through this lens and building upon the unique strengths each of us has, we can work towards living more empowered and authentic lives.
Amie enjoys reading, listening to music and comedy podcasts, traveling, and going to flea markets.