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Josselyn West, LISW-S (OH), LCSW (KY)

CEO/Founder and Clinician

Hello, my name is Josselyn West. I am a Licensed Independent Social Worker with a supervisor designation in Ohio and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Kentucky. I am from southeastern Ohio but I am currently residing in Columbus, Ohio. I am a mother of a wonderful teenager, and a dog mom. Before I entered the social work field, I was a preschool teacher who taught ages 3-5. I have a bachelor’s degree from Capital University and a master’s degree from The Ohio State University. I received my license in 2014 and have been practicing here in Columbus for 8 years. 

I have experience with many different areas such as LGBTQ+, couples/relationships, Anxiety, Depression, Mood Disorders, Co-occurring Disorders, and Severe and persistent mental illness. I specialize in Racial Trauma/Cultural or Racial issues and cultural or racial empowerment, Suicide prevention, Trauma/PTSD, Women’s an empowerment/Domestic Violence, and I have extensive training with Children, Adolescents, and Families. I utilize a variety of treatment approaches such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, behavior modification, Mindfulness based therapy, Person centered therapy, and solution focused therapy. I believe in a holistic, solution-focused, and person centered approach. When working with Children, Adolescents, and Families I utilize the same holistic, solution-focused, person centered approach, with a family systems theory basis.

 I believe that no change is comfortable or quick however through treatment there is recovery for mental illness. It is very important to me that my patients and I have a strong therapeutic alliance where they can feel safe and open in the space that we create together. I meet my patients where they are, and through empathy, a strengths focus, empowerment, and a strong therapeutic alliance, sustainable recovery is possible.

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TaMarah Summers

Office and Finance Manager

Oversees the financial operations of our organization. Maintains office services by organizing office operations and procedures, preparing payroll, controlling correspondence, designing filing systems, reviewing, and approving supply requisitions, and assigning and monitoring clerical functions She monitors the company's finances and produce financial reports. They work closely with management to develop and implement strategies and plans to achieve the company's long-term objectives.


Chavia Pittman, MSW,LSW


My great passion is bringing healing to those who have experienced difficulties and barriers in their lives. I advocate for racial equality and help my client’s access resources they need to thrive. I’ve work with children, adults, and families in a variety of settings. I aim to meet my client’s where they are, empower them and work as a partner with them to pursue change. I like to utilize a person-centered approach and ensure I’m using approaches and tools that specifically meet their needs. My educational background includes a Bachelors of Social work from the University of Akron And Master’s of Social Work from Walden University. I look forward to joining others on their healing journey. 

Shilah Campbell, BASW, LSW


Representation matters! Offering culturally competent services focusing on the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color) community breaking the stigma of mental health. Low self-esteem, fear, and feelings of hopelessness can be debilitating. Empower and uplift the voices of our community who are feeling lost by providing support via telehealth in a non-judgmental environment. Inspiring and motivating positive change to thrive beyond adversity.

With a focus on the BIPOC Community, I believe in holistic wellness through a strengths-based perspective. Being a case manager for three years, I excel in equipping my clients with tools and resources. I want to help my clients overcome arduousness by utilizing evidence-based practices to help clients meet their goals.

Starting with and maintaining empathy and meeting you where you are is essential. If you are ready to take the next step in your mental health journey and would like to know if we are a good fit, please reach out for a free consultation phone call or email me with any questions. I look forward to collaborating with you on your journey to self-healing.

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Casey Boulet-White, CDCA II

Scheduler and Chemical Dependency Counselor Assistant

Hello, my name is Casey, I started out as a Recovery Coach in Huntington, Wv in 2012. In 2014 I relocated back to Ohio where I obtained my CDCAII license while employed as the administrative assistant for a counseling service. While employed there I also provided substance abuse counseling to clients. I worked with the clients to develop positive coping skills to avoid relapse and prevent further damage to their lives as well as educating clients on how to achieve personal goals by providing positive encouragement during treatment. I have been the State Opioid Response Team Representative for my County, Worked in and with the prison systems and with the adult community parole board providing the Correctional Transitional Program ( reintegrating inmates back into the community). I have Organized and operated the Momming group (women in recovery) . Case Management, Medically Assisted Treatment (MAT Program) being the coordinator, Providing a parenting Class, Worked in the Changes Program in the county jail providing inmates recovery, case management, and outpatient services for when they are released. During this time I continued my education and focused solely on my Individual Treatment plans for clients. I know that the path to recovery may seem insurmountable at times. 

Dymon Todman, MSW, LSW


Dymon Todman is a Bronx, New York Native and received her Masters degree in Social Work with a Clinical concentration at Fordham University. Dymon Todman has always had a passion for trauma-informed care and practices CBT therapy, Which is the modality that aligns the closest with her practice. She has experience working with most ages including youth, adults, and older adults. Populations that  Dymon has experienced working with are geriatrics, youth services, BIPOC community, the chronically homeless, Depression, Anxiety, and serious persistent mental illness. 

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