Heather Sites, MS ed, LPC- Heather received her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Dayton. She takes a holistic approach and enjoys working with children, adolescents, and young adults with varying life issues. She has experience working with anxiety, depression, and adjustment disorders, as well as many others. She also has training in applied behavioral analysis (ABA) and enjoys working with children on the autism spectrum. Heather is a warm, personable individual who has a passion for helping individuals reclaim all parts of themselves. She utilizes techniques that are tailored to each client and uses a strength-based and person-centered approach to help clients attain personal growth.
Education: University of Dayton – Master’s Degree in Education, Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Licensure: LPC- State of Ohio
Heather is based out of our Hilliard office and is currently providing in person and telehealth services for ADHD/DD assessments.
Cora Mayfield, MS, LPCC- Counseling should be an individualized process unique as each person and their life experiences. I’ll work with you in a partnership in which we journey through your life challenges and build on your strengths. I look forward to working with clients of many different races, ages, genders, and cultures. I specialize in Trauma and the treatment of PTSD and have been trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), the number one treatment of trauma. I also have experience in working with clients suffering from anxiety and depression as well as many other issues. I have a laid-back approach and enjoy getting to know my clients as individuals. I like to hear my client’s story and find creative ways to engage each person. I look forward to meeting you and creating the therapeutic relationship you have been looking for.
Education: Waldon University – Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Licensure: LPCC- State of Ohio
Cora is based out of our Hilliard office and is currently providing in person and telehealth services.
Daia is based out of our Hilliard office and is currently providing in person and telehealth services for couples and families.
Amarra Oriaku, CT- Tracey Taylor once said, “home is where you feel loved, appreciated, and safe.” The home we will inhabit the longest exist within ourselves. The world can greatly impact us. Life stressors as well as familial and societal expectations can cause us to uproot and abandon ourselves for the sake of belonging. My hope is to provide a safe, nonjudgmental space where my clients can compassionately connect back to the parts of themselves, they feel are too much. To provide a place where they can be imperfect and messy. A place where they can learn coping skills when life begins to feel unmanageable. A place where all their feelings are allowed without shame or ridicule. A place where they can use as many swear words to describe their present (or past) experiences. A place where they grow to learn that they, by themselves, are already capable and enough. My clinical experience thus far includes working with teens and adults on relational issues, life transitions, chronic illness, trauma, faith transitions, racial and cultural concerns, anxiety, depression, and self-harming behaviors. Additionally, I have experience working with clients who are LGBTQ+ and neurodiverse. Taking the first step to seek healing can provoke anxiety and maybe even some shame. The truth is, one of the bravest things a person can do is admit they are hurting and ask for support.
So lean into the fear. We can start wherever you are.