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Our Team

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Our dynamic team of clinical counselors are conveniently located in North Canton on Whipple Avenue. We use an evidence based modality approach to treatment. Specializing in complex trauma, trauma, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, addictive behaviors, addictions, attachment disorders, marital issues, transitioning through developmental stages and changes within family the system. Our staff has years and years of experience with children, transitional youth, and adults. We accept most major insurance plans including Medicaid plans, (e.g. CareSource).

SANDRA MCMULLIN

MA, LPCC-S, NCC

Sandra is the Clinical Director of We Care Counseling, Inc. and holds both a National and State Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor/Supervisor, having earned her Master’s Degree in Professional Clinical Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary. Sandra has the privilege of being one of Stark County’s court experts in trauma, has a National Certification in Cognitive Therapy from The Cleveland Center for Cognitive Therapy, has a Trauma and Loss Specialist Certification from the National Institute for Trauma and Loss in Children, and has completed Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Advanced-TF-CBT, Motivational Interviewing, SITCAP, and is a Clinical Hypnotherapist from The Wellness Institution. She also has extensive experience with attachment disorders, those disorders on the spectrum, anxiety, depression, panic, family matters, and personality disorders. She works with all ages.

AUBREY LATTIMER

MA, LPC

Aubrey is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Ohio. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice with a minor in Psychology from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia and her Master of Arts in Education for Clinical Counseling at Malone University in Canton, Ohio. She has experience working with individuals struggling with addiction, and with individuals who have been incarcerated. Aubrey has extensive experience working with individuals of all ages who are survivors of domestic violence, abuse, and other forms of trauma.

MARTHA MCDONALD

MA, LPC

Martha is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Ohio. She earned her Master of Arts in Education for Clinical Counseling at Malone University in Canton, Ohio. She has over a decade of experience in the Rehabilitation & Corrections field, working with adults and adolescents on addictions and behavior modification. Martha's areas of competence include individual and group counseling with children, adolescents, adults, families and couples. She specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, as applied to anxiety and depression related disorders.

DR. CHRISTINA SCHNYDERS

PH.D., LPCC

Dr. Christina is a Professional Counselor licensed in the state of Ohio. Dr. Christina has earned her Doctorate of Philosophy, Counseling and Human Development Services, at Kent State University. Dr. Christina specializes in mental health counseling, adolescent counseling, chemical dependency and addictions counseling, and personal and social counseling. She has extensive experience with mental and emotional disorders. She works with children, adults, and works extensively with transitional youth.

BETSY COY

MA, LPC

Betsy is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Ohio.  She earned her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary in Ashland, Ohio.  She has experience working with individuals from all age groups who are adjusting to life events, living with anxiety and depression, and experiencing marital conflict, grief and loss. By using evidence-based practices and walking alongside individuals, she promotes self-awareness and growth toward wellness.

RICHARD D. RICE, JR.

MS, LPC

Richard is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Ohio. Richard's educational accomplishments include a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a Minor in Justice Studies from Kent State University at Stark, and a Master of Science in Education with a focus in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at The University of Akron. Richard's work experience has afforded him the opportunity to help those struggling to overcome mental health and substance use concerns while assisting in the successful navigation of Intensive Supervised Probation. He has extensive experience in providing individual counseling with a focus in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing interventions.

 

 

 

  • “It would not be too much to say that counseling has changed my life and is rewriting the history of our family. Through hardship I have been able to look honestly at myself and face areas that needed changed. I have learned different ways to respond to situations that we are facing. My marriage has gone from a place of loneliness to a place of increased love and understanding. Together my husband and I are working on impacting our daughters in a more favorable way and in turn impacting generations yet to come. I firmly believe that counseling has breathed new life into our family. Thank you Sandra for helping us to rewrite our history. May God bless you as you continue to follow Him and impact many more lives.”

    Denise / We Care Counseling

  • “I feel fortunate to have been led to We Care Counseling, Inc. I felt hopeless about my family situation. I was surprised how quickly they understood our complex situation. What we were going through was called Parental Alienation Syndrome, PAS. I felt relieved that We Care Counseling had successfully worked with other families in similar situations. This gave me hope. In counseling, I was taught the tools I needed to help me regain my position as the parent in my home, as well as, how to set appropriate boundaries. I was taught methods to encourage and support my child, as well as numerous relaxation techniques for my own well-being. Currently, my child is slowly starting to improve and become more loving again, meanwhile, my anxiety has continued to lessen. If your family is suffering through PAS, there is hope for you also. Thank you, We Care!

    Mom / We Care Counseling

  • “My family and I have been coming to We Care Counseling, Inc. for about a year now. I find the staff from the front office to the counselors to be very kind and supportive. It feels as if I am visiting a friend getting their help in coping with some issues I have been dealing with since childhood. Some sessions are emotional, then there are others that are informative. They help me to understand that what I feel is OK to feel, but then they go even further explaining how they can help me. They have taught all of us great coping skills that help us to deal with anxiety, stress, and depression. I feel better now emotionally then I ever have. If there is an immediate need they will hold a crisis intervention with you. They go above and beyond what they need to do. It is evident that they truly care about us as people, not just as clients. I look forward to coming in for every session because I know I will leave feeling better than I did when I arrived there. If you are looking for or need professional counseling, I would highly recommend We Care Counseling, Inc. The name truly fits because they really do care.”

    Judy / We Care Counseling

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7300 Whipple Ave NW, Suite 2

North Canton, OH 44720