Insurance Accepted: Aetna, Aetna EAP, ACI Specialty EAP, Balance EAP, Medical Mutual, WellSpan EAP, Out-Of-Network, Self-Pay
Phone: 614-459-3003 ext. 717
Having received his Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary in December of 2014, Chad strives to create a safe and nurturing environment in which individuals can be supported in their efforts to grow and transform their lives for the better.
He holds extensive experience working with individuals, couples, and families from diverse backgrounds in the areas of counseling, post-secondary education, and health & wellness. Chad believes you are not alone in your challenges and that you do not have to carry the burden by yourself. It is healthy to recognize the need for help and it shows strength when seeking that help. Chad is a caring professional who is committed to come alongside you and others to help reconnect to their life purpose and aspirations.
As a counselor, Chad provides counseling services for:
Adults and adolescents ages 10 and up, Addictions Counseling & Intervention, Substance Abuse Assessments and Recovery Needs Support, Alcohol & Drug Education/Awareness, Career Training and Lifestyle, Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Grief/Loss, Couples and Relationship issues, Life Transitions and Adjustment Issues, Stress Management and Coping Skills, Trauma and Recovery, Spiritual Issues and Growth.
Chad delivers counseling and training in a variety of settings that include one-on-one, groups, classroom, and organizational environments.
Chad enjoys spending time with his wife and dog in his free time. He loves to team up with his wife doing activities such as gardening, home-improvement or other crafty projects, watching inspirational movies and football, or just sitting out on our deck. Chad also loves nature and the outdoors, writing, playing basketball, listening to music, and reading nutrition information about various whole foods.
“Have patience with all that is unsolved within your heart, and try to embrace the questions.”
-Rainer Rilke (Poet and Novelist)