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University of Dayton Department of Counselor Education and Human Services DAYTON AGENCY LIST Corrections? Please contact Dr. Alan Demmitt concerning any corrections to be made to this document. Phone: 937.229.3608 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Updated: 10/30/09 EDC 584 & 598 Group and Individual Sites Sites/Address Phone Contact Person Agency Description Adriel Center 937.465.0010 x 156 Karen Fowler www.adriel.org 414 N. Detroit St. email@example.com LPCC-S onsite P.O. Box 188 Provides residential and foster care treatment to youth. Therapists are West Liberty, OH assigned to specific group home and provide individual, group, family, and 43357 crisis intervention services Opportunity: 1 student per semester Aspen Counseling 937.493.4673 Tanya O’Daniel www.aspenwellnesscenter.com Association LPCC-S onsite Counseling for life transitions, relationship issues, mood disorders, 113 North Ohio depression, anxiety, phobias, addictions, child and adolescent problems, Avenue parenting, family conflicts, ADHD and Opposition Defiant disorder, eating Suite 501 disorders, grief/loss issues, women issues, pre and post divorce counseling, P.O. Box 884 sexual and physical abuse, addiction, adoption and foster care issues and Sidney, OH 45365 building self esteem, motivation and confidence. Opportunity: Check in Summer ‘09 Advanced 937.901.9513 preferred Phyllis Hughes, LPCC-S Private practice and CD program, offering counseling to a diverse clientele. Therapeutic 937.223.1781 Ray Shelton Services 1320 Woodman Opportunity: Interns would be able to provide individual and/or group Drive counseling to children and/or adults for mental health issues and/or Dayton, OH 45432 chemical dependency. Flexible schedule. 2 openings available. Catholic Social 937.498.4593 Rick Williams http://www.cssmv.org Services, Passport LPCC-S onsite Offers a continuum of social services to assist people of all faiths. 1201 Fairington Dr. Programs of CSSMV build families and help empower individuals through Sidney, Ohio 45365 actions of faith, service and charity Opportunity: 2 per semester University of Dayton Department of Counselor Education and Human Services DAYTON AGENCY LIST Catholic Social 513.385.9600 Dr. Sharon A. Sowders, EdD, LPCC-S, www.cssdoorway.org Services of LICDC, Licensed Psychologist, Director of Provides outpatient counseling services for individuals, couples, families, Southwestern Ohio Mental Health Services and groups. Program services offered at five locations: Downtown 100 East 8th Street Cincinnati, Delhi, Montgomery, Northgate, and Withamsville. Cincinnati, OH 45202 Opportunity: Contact Dr. Sowders Catholic Social 937.325.8715 Bill Otto, PCC-S www.springfieldcatholicsocialservices.org Services Springfield 701 E. Columbia St. A non-profit agency servicing the Clark County population with group, Springfield, OH individual, and family counseling, emergency assistance, food pantry, 45503 passport, and work experience programs. Opportunity: 1-2 students per semester Clark County 937.629.3003 Cheryl Moore, Human Resources www.mhscc.com Mental Health LISW and LPCC-S on-site Services Provides treatment and rehabilitation services to those in Clark and 1345 N. Fountain Madison Counties whose lives are disrupted by emotional struggles, Blvd. substance abuse and dependency, behavioral difficulties, severe Springfield, OH mental illness, and those who are on a journey of recovery. 45503 Opportunity: Contact Cheryl and let her know you need supervision from a PCC-S Comprehensive 513.424.0921 x21 Debra Cotter www.comprehensivecounselingservice.com Counseling Service Judy Frederick Private, non-profit mental health agency state certified for mental health 1659 S. Breiel Blvd. Lynn Harris and drug addiction and accredited by CARF. Serves all ages. Warm and Middletown, OH PCC-S nurturing environment. 45044 firstname.lastname@example.org Opportunity: 5 openings available Consolidated Care 937.599.1975 Jennifer Dempster www.ccibhp.com 118 W. Maple St. 2 LPCC-S Interested students should contact Jennifer Dempster who will put students Bellefontaine, OH in touch with a supervising counselor. All interns are reviewed on a case by 43311 case basis. Darke County 937.548.6842 Cynthia Moore, LICDC, LPCC-S Outpatient substance abuse for adults and adolescents. Recovery Council Jeanne Homan, PCC 600 Walnut St. Greenville, OH 45331 Opportunity: 2 interns per term, contact Cynthia Moore for details University of Dayton Department of Counselor Education and Human Services DAYTON AGENCY LIST Day-Mont 937.222.8111, ext. 313 Annette Young www.daymont.org Behavioral Health 3 PC Care 3 PCC Public, non-profit mental health agency. 1520 Germantown 2 PCC-S A comprehensive outpatient drug and alcohol and mental health St. organization providing culturally competent services to consumers in Dayton, OH 45408- Larry Stephens, LPCC Montgomery County. 1399 Extension 315 Opportunity: 1 student Eastway Behavioral 937.222.4800 Ken Cannon, PCC www.eastway.org Health 937.496.2000 ext. 1111 Several PC and PCC-S 600 Wayne Ave. email@example.com Adult Recovery Dayton, OH 45410 counseling case management psychiatry dual diagnosis housing employment Opportunity: All semesters, all candidates should apply. Elizabeth’s New 937.262.7010 Sheila Chapman, www.trustmarriage.com Life Center- LISW Marriage Works Offsite supervision needed ENLC is a pro-life pregnancy crisis center; free pregnancy tests and 2201 N. Main St. educational programs focusing on abstinence, relationships, and marriage Dayton, Ohio 45405 are provided. Opportunity: 1-3 students depending on location. Elizabeth’s New 937.226-7414 Kerry Braun www.elizabethhelps.com Life Center Erica Schwieterman 359 Forest Avenue Kim Horner- 1st pt of contact A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization specializing in unplanned pregnancy Dayton, OH 45405 Offsite supervision needed solutions by providing a safe environment to assist and educate all women on all their options. Opportunity: Contact Kim Horner University of Dayton Department of Counselor Education and Human Services DAYTON AGENCY LIST Family Resource 419.222.1168 Cheryl Hall www.frcohio.com Center 1.800.472.5279 Susan Hawk x11131 Allen County LPCC-S onsite Child and Adolescent Community Mental Health Center. Provides an array 799 South Main St. of research based programming from prevention to OPMH/substance Lima, OH 45801 abuse, play therapy, psychiatry, and case management. Opportunity: Beginning WI’09 best, relocating in August. Family Resource 419.394.7451 Melissa Meyer, LPCC-S www.frcohio.com Center Auglaize County 720 Armstrong St. St. Marys, OH 45845 Opportunity: Beginning WI’09 best Family Resource 419.675.2243 Cheryl Hall, LPCC-S www.frcohio.com Center Hardin County Outpatient Mental Health Services provide mental health services for youth 775 Eliza st. and families of Allen, Auglaize, Hardin, and Hancock counties. Clients in Kenton, Ohio 43326 outpatient are usually not at imminent risk of out of home placement. Treatment strategies include cognitive behavioral treatment; brief therapy; solution focused; problem-solving; and family systems treatment. Outpatient services will provide group counseling with a focus on parent education and support by utilizing Active Parenting curriculum. Opportunity: Beginning WI’09 best Family Service 937.222.9481 Bonnie Parish www.fsadayton.org Association Linda Fishbach 184 Salem Ave 3 PCC Provides a comprehensive clinical experience for a very diverse Dayton, OH 45406 2 PCC-S population. Offerings include individual, group, couples, and family services. Opportunity: 1-2 students University of Dayton Department of Counselor Education and Human Services DAYTON AGENCY LIST Glen at St. Joseph 937.252.1635 Linda Ellison, LPCC-S, LCDC3 http://mathilefamilyfoundation.org/sparks/theGlenAtStJoseph.asp 611 St. Joseph Ave Dayton, Ohio 45410 Above site for info only. www.glenatstjoseph.org- under construction Offers single mothers and their young children a safe, positive place to live, as well as numerous services to help the mothers become better providers for their families. Families may live at The Glen for up to two years while paying monthly rent based on their income. Moms are required to participate in job-training programs or to pursue an associate’s or bachelor’s degree, and they must meet with a life coach weekly to discuss their long-term plans and progress. Opportunity: Contact Linda Ellison Greene Co. 937.767.1303 Julie Mitchell www.greene.k12.oh.us Educational Service Center LPCC-S Provides special education services to all Greene County public schools. 360 E. Enon Rd. Mental health services are provided for individuals, groups, and families. Yellow Springs, OH Crisis and assessment services to schools, onsite and in alternative 45387 educational placements offered. MHS serves 470-500 kids, employs about 20 counselors and social workers that are supervised and directed by psychologist. Opportunity: 1- 2 students depending on supervisory levels. Heartland of 937.298.8084 Lisa Adler-Bacon , M.S., LPCC-S, LSW hcr-manorcare.com Kettering Director of Social Services 3313 Wilmington Pk Kettering, Ohio Provides secondary mental health treatment utilizing 45429 individual and group therapy to adults undergoing rehabilitation after hospitalization for a medical condition. Clients are typically in rehab from 2 weeks to 100 days. Opportunity: 1student beginning SU’09 University of Dayton Department of Counselor Education and Human Services DAYTON AGENCY LIST Hollins Counseling 937.237.0071 John Hollins Jr., LPCC-S www.hollinscounselingservices.com Services, Inc. Counseling for individuals and groups in the areas of: P.O. Box 24264 6371 Kittyhawk • Abuse (physical, emotional, substance, and sexual) Commons Blvd., • Couple & Family Relations Suite 100 • Emotional/Mental Problems Huber Heights, OH • Employee/Employer Relations 45424 • Parent/Child Relations • Teacher/Student Relations Opportunity: Check in Summer ‘09 Integrated Youth 937.427.3837 #110 Kim McElroy, LPCC-S (Beavercreek) Community mental health agency for children and adolescents of Greene Services 427.3837 #216 County. Services include outpatient counseling, partial hospitalization, 1321 Research Park drug and alcohol counseling, prevention and education. Psychiatric Dr. Katheline Diegelman-Ross, LISW services. Beavercreek, OH 45432 Partial Hospitalization program- Dawn Tharp LPCC-S Opportunity: Please contact by phone for details Integrated Youth 937.374.0830 Ms. Adelia Barone, LPCC-S (Xenia) Community mental health agency for children and adolescents of Greene Services County. Services include outpatient counseling, partial hospitalization, drug and alcohol counseling, prevention and education. Psychiatric 1237 Monroe Dr, services. Suite #203 Xenia, Ohio Suite 203 45385 Opportunity: Please contact by phone for details. Kettering Medical 937.395.8298 Kriss Haren, LPCC-S www.kmcnetwork.org Center Network Cheryl Gould 3535 Southern Blvd. Full Service Hospital with inpatient psychiatric unit. Very limited Kettering, OH 45429 internship slots. Opportunity: Contact by phone FA ‘08 University of Dayton Department of Counselor Education and Human Services DAYTON AGENCY LIST Life Span, Inc. 513.424.6888 Patti Wilhoit, LPCC-S http://www.lifespanohio.org/ 2 N. Main Street. Middletown, Ohio Individuals and Couples - Receive help with issues such as: 45042 depression or anxiety, relationships including marriage / divorce, physical / sexual / emotional abuse , parenting issues Children - Receive help with issues such as: divorce / blended families, developmental difficulties, physical / sexual / emotional abuse Families - Learn to deal with issues such as: divorce, blended families, changing roles, discipline, behavior management Opportunity: 1 opening for WI ’09; apply immediately Lutheran Social 419.229.2222 Margaret Lawrence x 103 www.lssnwo.org Services Several LPCC-S on site Community Mental Health. Adult Mental Health. Case Management. 205 W. Market St. MR/DD Sex offender group, Anger Management group (MI/MR) Lima, OH 45801 Opportunity: Contact Margaret Lawrence McKinley Hall 937.328.5300 x118 Andrea Collins A private, nonprofit contract agency of the Mental Health and Recovery 1101 E. High Street X 116 Mike Wallace Board of Clark, Greene, and Madison Counties offers outpatient, off-site Springfield, OH services (community based), substance abuse and violence intervention 45505 programs, residential, prevention, and Dimensions/women’s supportive housing services Opportunity: Early arrangements encouraged; 2-3 openings possible for students who are self-starters Mental Health 937.383.4441 Tracy Hopkins www.mhrsonline.org Recovery Center of Brad McMonigle Clinton County Serves adults and juvenile residents of Clinton or Warren County 953 S. South St. Drew Ireland- able to supervise 1 intern; primarily. Crisis, outpatient mental health, SMD, ACT, ICM, PR/CI Wilmington, Ohio contact him directly 513.695.2733 (vocational housing), family services, individual and group therapy, 45177 parenting programs, prevention , psychiatric services, case management, center for alcohol & drug abuse (CADAS), and social rehabilitation are offered. Opportunity: 1 student per semester per team leader University of Dayton Department of Counselor Education and Human Services DAYTON AGENCY LIST Mental Health and 937.746.1154 Christine Charlton, Site Director Provides outpatient, school based, specialize group therapy for sexually Recovery Centers Jennifer Vaughn, LPCCS abused children, including non offending caregiver and sibling, individual, of Warren County 4 PC focal group, and family counseling for all ages. 50 Greenwood Ln. Springboro, OH 45066 Opportunity: Internship preferred; placements available for each semester Mental Health 937.425.1354 Dr. Russell Dern, Clinical Director Provides outpatient, school based, specialize group therapy for sexually Recovery Center of 513.695.1354 Jennifer Wade, LPCC-S abused children, including non offending caregiver and sibling, individual, Warren County focal group, and family counseling for all ages. 107 Orgonia Rd. Lebanon, OH 45036 Opportunity: Internship preferred; placements available for each semester Mental Health 513.398.2551 Jeff Rhein, Director, LPCC-S Provides outpatient, school based, specialize group therapy for sexually Recovery Center of abused children, including non offending caregiver and sibling, individual, Warren County focal group, and family counseling for all ages. 201 Redding Rd. Mason, Ohio 45040 Opportunity: Internship preferred; placements available for each semester Miami County 937.440.7028 Bill Riley www.mhamc.com Mental Health Center County mental health center which serves children through adults. P.O. Box 637 ADHD clinic 3130 North Dixie Brief Therapy Clinic Highway SMD services Troy, OH 45373 Case management In/out patient services Registered play therapy supervisor Opportunity: Contact Bill Riley University of Dayton Department of Counselor Education and Human Services DAYTON AGENCY LIST Miami Valley 937.208.6708 Scott Coffman www.mvh.org/chem.htm Hospital Intensive Chemical Dependency Outpatient Mental Health Program. Dual Diagnosis & Turning Point 1 Wyoming Street Dayton, OH 45409 Opportunity: Contact Scott Coffman Miami Valley 937.208.6626 Tom Schroer, Ph. D. www.miamivalleyhospital.com/ohealth.htm Hospital Employee Dept. Clinical Director Care An employee assistance program for onsite and contracted employers 409 E. Monument offering drug free workplace training, critical incident debriefing, St. Brenda Moore- 1st contact individual, group, and family counseling, and chemical dependency Suite 201 1 LPCC-S education classes. Dayton, OH 45402 1 PC-S Opportunity: 3-4 students starting Fall Semester Miami Valley 937.208.6606 Bob Skipper Hospital Pastoral Counseling 409 E. Monument St. Suite 201 Dayton, OH 45402 MonDay 937.496.7300 Mike Flannery, Clinical Director x263 http://www.mcohio.org/services/monday/ Community Linda Blake, Human Resources x235 Correctional A community based correctional facility that provides a secure treatment Institution environment for probationable felony offenders. MonDay challenges 1951 S. Gettysburg offenders to modify their behavior to become responsible citizens by Avenue utilizing holistic programming. Dayton, Ohio 45408 Opportunity: 1 student per unit/ 3 students per semester; background check required (misdemeanors/felonies taken on case-by-case basis) University of Dayton Department of Counselor Education and Human Services DAYTON AGENCY LIST New Creations 937.667.4678 ext.225 John Jung, LPCC-S http://ginghamsburg.org Counseling Center 7 PCC 7695 S. County Provides professional counseling to the entire community regardless of the Road 25-A individual’s ability to pay. Services include mental, emotional, and Tipp City, OH relationship support. 45371 Opportunity: 2 students during any and all semesters Nova House 937.253.1680 Marlene Crane x212 http://novahouse.org Association, Inc. LPCC-S Onsite 732 Beckman Street Provides screenings, psychological testing, individual, family and group Dayton, OH 45410 therapy and rehabilitation , aftercare and follow-up services, consultation/education and laboratory urinalysis to various clientele served, and are designed to meet the needs of minorities and other special needs/interest populations. The intended results of the treatment services are to assist persons and families in need of becoming and remaining abstinent from intoxicating chemicals. Opportunity: Contact Marlene Crane Ohio Youth 937.253.0606 Kathy Cooper www.ohyap.org Advocate Program 1.800.259.3454 Advocates for stability and permanency for youth and families by: 1020 Woodman Dr. LPCC-S onsite improving and restoring their ability to function productively and Ste 330 independently within the community; promoting non-violent solutions; Dayton, Ohio 45432 strengthening the ties between youth and families; educating the community about the special needs of youth and families; and providing culturally relevant and diverse community based, family focused services. Opportunity: 1 opening; contact Kathy Cooper Samaritan 937.276.8333 Dale J. Eilerman, M.Ed., PCC-S www.sbhihelp.com Behavioral Health firstname.lastname@example.org Elizabeth Place (937) 276-8339 Fax Programs range from those for infants and young children through adults. 601 S. Edwin C. Services include individual, group and family counseling, emergency care, Moses Blvd. psychiatric services and in-depth assessments. Dayton, OH 45408 Opportunities: Check in summer ‘09 University of Dayton Department of Counselor Education and Human Services DAYTON AGENCY LIST South Community 937.534-1570 or Diane Ivan www.southcommunity.com Inc. 937.293.8300 2 PC South Community offers opportunities for practicum and internship 3095 Kettering Blvd. 1 PCC students in counseling, social work or related fields. We have worked in Dayton, OH 45439 partnership with many of the local colleges and university for many years. Opportunity: Please contact human resources Department at email address email@example.com South Community 937-252-0100 Barbara Crabill http://www.southcommunity.com/programs/yph/ YPH 15 PC 2745 Smithville Rd. 5 PCC-S Provides the following services for youth: Dayton, OH 45420 Contact Dee Collins at • Group Therapy mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org • Individual and Family Therapy Please indicate whether you have a • Community Psychiatric Support Services preference for working with adults or • Social Skills Training children. Your information will be • Psychiatric Services forwarded to every site that has a need. • Activities • Expressive Therapy Opportunity: openings available for each semester. TCN Behavioral 937.376.8727 Nathan Wilson www.tcn-bhs.org Health Services 937.376.876 Chris Pinkelman Community mental health agency working with adults. Primary provider 452 West Market 8-12 PCC, most w/supervisory status of mental health and addiction services in Greene County. Street Xenia, OH 45385 Opportunity: 1-2 students Upper Valley 937.440.7448 Jeff Heath www.uvmc.com/frontpage/ Medical Center PCC-S,LISW, LPC 3130 N. Dixie Child/Adolescent inpatient and outpatient services. Highway Troy, OH 45373 Opportunity: 1-2 students Volunteers of 937.475.2702 Teri Rust, PCC-S, LSW, LICDC www.voaorv.org America Halfway house that serves up to 102 offenders. They are referred through McMahon House the Adult Parole Board Authority. The goal is community safety, to reduce 1931 Gettysburg recidivism, and to facilitate the re-entry of offenders into the community Ave committed to making pro-social choices. Dayton, Ohio 45402 Opportunity: taking 3 students in ’08-’09 between both sites University of Dayton Department of Counselor Education and Human Services DAYTON AGENCY LIST Volunteers of 513.639.3743 Teri Rust, PCC-S , LSW, LICDC www.voaorv.org America Halfway house that serves up to 102 offenders. They are referred through Pogue Center the Adult Parole Board Authority. The goal is community safety, to reduce 115 W. McMicken recidivism, and to facilitate the re-entry of offenders into the community Ave. committed to making pro-social choices. Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 Opportunity: taking 3 students in ’08-’09 between both sites Wilmington College 937-382-6661 ext. 272 Renee Pinkelman www2.wilmington.edu Dept. of Student 800-341-9318 ext. 272 Wilmington College is a small college located 35 mi. east of Dayton that Life: Clinical provides high quality undergraduate and graduate education shaped by the Counseling traditions of the liberal arts, career preparation, and the distinctive values of Pyle Box 1186 the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). The position provides mental 1870 Quaker Way health counseling to students and supports the academic and student life Wilmington, OH areas in support of student mental wellness. 45177 Opportunity: Fall ’09 Womanline of 937.223.3446 Linda Ellison PCC-S, CCDC www.womanlinedayton.org Dayton Women’s counseling agency focusing on sexual abuse & trauma – and 301 East Sixth Street aftermath on every fiber of client’s life. (relationship problems, mood Dayton, OH 45402 disorders, coping skills) Opportunity:Expect to have openings available June, 2009 Women’s Recovery 937.352-2900 Madonna Howard, MS, CCDCI, PCC-S www.greenehealth.org/wrc Center email@example.com 1 PC Provides gender-specific treatment for women from a multi-county area. 515 Martin Drive Focus on multi-disciplinary needs for women with co-occurring disorders. Xenia, OH 45385 Program currently expanding from 42 beds to 58 within the next fiscal year Opportunity: 2 students at this time. May be able to accommodate 4 by FA ’09.
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