Richard C. Davis, Ph.D.
Richard Davis has been the owner and president of Comprehensive Services, Inc. since 1986. He has been a practicing psychologist for over 30 years, and has been a Neurofeedback, or EEG Biofeedback provider for over 20 years. Comprehensive Services, Inc. was the first Center for Neurofeedback in Central Ohio.
Dr. Davis uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Experiential, and Gestalt therapy, among a variety of other approaches to fit each client’s need for change. He is experienced in treating a wide range of symptoms in adults, adolescents and children, including ADD/ADHD, depression, anxiety, grief, relationship issues, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and many more. In addition to the above, Rich has been training for the last 12 years in the field of EEG-Biofeedback or Neurofeedback which is based on the newer brain sciences. This exciting new service has made a dramatic difference in the lives of many of our clients.
“I love my work. I have really enjoyed getting to know my clients over the years. My clients are never the problem, they have problems and need solutions and strategies to get “unstuck” or make changes in their lives. I have really enjoyed exploring Neurofeedback with my clients, and it’s thrilling to see the difference it can make in so many lives. I have also found personal, business and career coaching helpful to many clients. We can work together to find out what methods work for your individual needs.”
Shauna Hoover, MSEd, LPCC (she,her,hers)
Shauna Hoover is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with advanced training in hypnosis and mindfulness techniques. She has been working in the mental health field for over a decade. Ms. Hoover is a member of the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, the American Counseling Association, and the Ohio Counseling Association.
Ms. Hoover provides counseling, and incorporates hypnosis, biofeedback, and mindfulness as tools to be used when appropriate, and with the client’s knowledge and participation. She has a down to earth, non-threatening and supportive approach to therapy. She is direct and will challenge you to overcome your struggles through development of insight and acceptance.
“My path to become a therapist began when I was young; seeking adventure and wanting to make a change in the world. Through immersion in other cultures, meeting new people, and seeing new things, I learned that change happens every day, while you are living your life, doing simple things like drawing with a child, or having coffee with a struggling parent, or offering support to someone suffering from illness. Change must happen within each individual, so that that person can then influence another, and another, even in small ways. I enjoy working with clients that are ambitious, motivated, and accepting of challenges in order to make change happen.”
Dennis B. Quigley, LISW
Dennis Quigley is a Licensed Independent Social Worker with over 3 decades of experience with exposure to a rich variety of ethnicities and cultures. He has had extensive training and experience as a therapist in various educational and parochial settings.
Mr. Quigley works with adults and older adolescents (14+). He works with a wide range of issues, such as adjustment disorders, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, mood disorders, panic disorders, sexual/physical abuse victims and perpetrators, and personality disorders. He is also certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and PTSD treatment.
“Psychology is tremendously creative and exciting. I have enjoyed the interactive aspects of therapy with a diverse and changing population. People’s needs have not changed over the decades; interventions have and social work training provided the flexibility to learn and grow, and utilize many different techniques to assist those seeking professional help.”
Judy Parnes, LISW
Judy Parnes is a licensed social worker and a member of the National Association of Social Workers, who has practiced for the better part of 3 decades, in community mental health and private practice. Judy graduated from Kenyon College and received her masters degree in clinical social work from Case Western Reserve University.
Ms. Parnes’ practice encompasses an array of approaches from humanistic, mindfulness and cognitive-behavioral therapies. She works with adults from a broad and diverse range of cultures and orientations, with a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression, relationship problems, grief, trauma and PTSD.
Anthony L. Rivers, Psy.D.
Anthony Rivers is a licensed clinical psychologist who has practiced in the Columbus and Dayton areas for the past eight of his twenty years in the social service field. Dr. Rivers is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Ohio Psychological Association.
Dr. Rivers provides counseling and psychotherapy, offers parent behavior management skills and parent training, and conducts psychological assessments for cognitive functioning (e.g. IQ tests), ADHD, depression, anxiety, and other problems. His other areas of specialty include working with teenage issues, child depression and anxiety, grief and bereavement, and helping parents determine if their child’s behavior is a “phase” or a more serious concern. He is able to provide Christian counseling for those who are interested in a faith-based therapy relationship.
“I love what I do. I love being able to help those in either need or those seeking help to better their lives. I believe each individual is unique and created with a purpose. I see my goal as helping each individual discover his or her purpose while embracing his or her individuality. I have learned to utilize my experiences as an African-American, husband, father, social worker, soccer coach and friend in assisting each individual I work with to become all their meant to be.”
Gloria Sprague, LPCC-S, LICDC
Gloria Sprague is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor who has been practicing for over 20 years. She also has specialized training and experience in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), which is an evidence based treatment for post-traumatic stress, and can be used to free a person from many different types of concerns.
Ms. Sprague draws from multiple therapeutic approaches depending on the client’s needs and preferences, including cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-focused therapy, motivational interviewing, positive psychology, gestalt therapy, relaxation training, and general psychoeducation. She likes to use a collaborative approach with individuals and couples, empowering them to access their inner wisdom to heal past hurts, overcome obstacles, gain new insights, and problem solve for positive change in perspective and behavior.
“I like to help people achieve overall wellness (cognitive, emotional, spiritual and physical), find growth and meaning from their life experiences, and add to their strategies to cope effectively through challenging circumstances. Whether you’d like to move beyond anxiety, depression, relationship struggles, trauma, or other life stressors, habits or transitions, you don’t need to do it alone! Allow me to work with you to become your best self.”
William L. Hanna, Ph.D.
William L Hanna, Ph.D. is a Psychology Assistant who has worked in the Columbus and Dayton areas for three years. Dr. Hanna has previously worked in the criminal justice field and is familiar with concerns of PTSD, critical incident situations, and working with families whom are employed in the military and criminal justice fields.
Dr. Hanna provides individual and group counseling and psychotherapy, offers parent behavior management skills and parent training, and conducts psychological assessments for cognitive functioning (e.g., IQ tests), depression, anxiety substance abuse, and other problems. He also works with adolescent issues, depression, anxiety, grief and bereavement, and can help parents determine if their child’s behavior is a “phase” or a more serious concern, and help develop social skills for children.
Louise Van De Weghe, LPCC-S
Louise Van De Weghe is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with over 2 decades of experience and evidence-based training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and mindfulness.
Ms. Van De Weghe provides individual, couples, and group therapy for a variety of issues: depression, anxiety, relationship/marital concerns, trauma, and self-confidence, as well as specific disorders such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Substance Use, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Borderline Personality Disorder.
“I have a strong commitment to empowering you to become aware of the processes that create mental suffering and those activities and processes which alleviate mental suffering. Having a laid back personality with a sense of humor that helps others feel comfortable opening up to me, I want to have open, honest communication so that you feel comfortable collaborating on the best treatment for you, whether it be short- term, goal-directed therapy, intensive trauma work or long-term therapeutic support. In offering treatment to addicted survivors of trauma, I blend my knowledge of trauma, dual diagnosis and recovery systems to help you move forward in long-term sobriety.”
Courtney Wade, MSEd, LPCC
Courtney Wade is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor who has spent several years working in community mental health. Ms. Wade is a member of the American Counseling Association.
Ms. Wade practices a holistic and strengths-based approach based on each individual’s needs, drawing from humanistic, mindfulness, solution-focused, and cognitive behavioral therapies. She provides a safe, supportive and non-judgmental atmosphere for clients to make meaningful change and progress towards their goals. She works to challenge and empower individuals to overcome barriers and identify opportunities for growth.’
She is experienced in treating a wide range of mental health issues in adults, including anxiety, depression, mood disorders, grief, relationship issues, and trauma. Courtney also has experience with providing dual diagnosis treatment that addresses addictions and co-occuring disorders in individual and group settings.
“I am passionate about helping people tap into, and cultivate their innate resiliencies and strengths. My approach focuses on the whole person and the mind-body connection, rather than problems or symptoms, in order to acheive healing and wellness. I believe all people are capable of change and growth with the right tools, and I am honored to be invited on each individual’s journey to learning and developing those tools. Through a collaborative relationship, I strive to help people better understand themselves and their world, and to create and maintain balance in their lives and relationships.”
Susan Sherwood, MS, RDN, LDN, CNSC
Sue Sherwood is a registered dietitian nutritionist with advanced certification in nutrition support. She earned a B.A. from The Ohio State University before following her true passion and pursuing a Master’s in nutrition and dietetics from James Madison University. She completed her dietetic internship with Sodexo and has been a registered dietitian nutritionist since 2010.
Sue offers individual nutrition counseling with a personal approach tailored to each client’s needs and goals. Her areas of focus include nutrition for wellness, weight loss, medical nutrition therapy, plant based nutrition, prenatal and postnatal nutrition, and healthy eating strategies for ADHD and mental health. She has a positive approach to nutrition counseling and focuses on health gains, not only weight losses.
Sue is also passionate about working together with clients to develop healthy eating strategies that work for the whole family. Whether you are feeding a busy family, dealing with picking eating, or looking for meal plans with specific medical concerns in mind, Sue can help you thrive with food that you will actually enjoy!
Jennifer Recko, M.S.Ed., LPC (she/her/hers)
Jennie Recko is a Licensed Professional Counselor with years of experience working in community mental health. She has training and experience working with a multitude of populations and concerns, including anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD, OCD, personality disorders, disruptive disorders, sexual offending recovery, as well as couples and family counseling.
Ms. Recko offers an integrative and eclectic approach to therapy, including aspects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, person-centered, existential, and feminist modalities. She will be under supervision until independently licensed.
Through her professional journey, Jennie has brought passion and experience to her work with adolescents and adults in exploring personal identities and expressions. “As a queer-identifying therapist, I feel strongly connected to working with the LGBTQIAP+ community, and I am determined to be a life-long learner in embracing cultural humility, understanding the complex nature of intersectionality, and advocating for racial justice.”
“What an empowering, vulnerable, and courageous thing to begin your mental health journey. I would be overjoyed to support you along the way. I am passionate about connecting with others and offering a non-judgmental space for folks to not only heal from past wounds, but also to learn how to thrive as their unique selves. It is my hope that I can offer you the space to come as you are and be a welcome guide along your journey of healing and self-discovery. ”
Joe Sylvester, LPCC-S, LICDC-CS
Joe Sylvester is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, and a Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor who has been working in the behavioral health field since 1980. Joe is a member of the American Counseling Association.
Mr. Sylvester provides counseling to adults and adolescents, using a Cognitive Behavioral Therapeutic (CBT) approach which requires the client to be actively involved in their therapy by completing homework assignments between sessions, and in the development of their own treatment plan. Joe has always believed in a non-judgmental, engaging approach to making a client feel comfortable in therapy from the very first encounter and throughout the course of treatment.
“The most rewarding and motivating part of my career has been working with my clients to realize healthy changes that last a lifetime. Treatement works!”
Katelyn Terry, MS, LPC
Katelyn Terry is a Licensed Professional Counselor with experience working in community mental health and an acute psychiatric hospital setting. She has training and experience working with a multitude of populations and concerns, including anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, personality disorders, substance use disorders, and attachment disorders.
Katelyn believes that no single approach is right for everyone, so she utilizes a handful of modalities including mindfulness techniques, creative interventions, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, person-centered, and feminist psychology. Operating from a combination of these orientations, Katelyn creates a therapeutic environment that is highly collaborative and individualized. She will be under supervision until independently licensed.
“It is my experience that the client is the most knowledgeable expert in their own life. Therefore, I rely on your experience and insight to understand and help you to put supports in place that meet your needs. Together, we can address past trauma, present and overwhelming emotions, or work to achieve future goals. ”
“Therapy only works when we have a desire to know ourselves as we are, not as we would like to be”