We're located at 24 s. High street, New Albany, Ohio 43054
We're located at 24 s. High street, New Albany, Ohio 43054
Sycamore Wellness provides high quality behavioral health services that help people find balance, healing, and live to their greatest potential.
Our namesake is inspired by one of the Earth's oldest trees, the Sycamore. It is known as a symbol of perseverance, strength, and possibility and believed to bring harmony and balance to all who find their protection under it. Like the tree known for its diversity of variations, the clinicians at Sycamore Wellness build treatment approaches as unique as each of our clients.
to individuals, families, and the community to address behavioral health problems with compassion, integrity, competence, and ethical behavior.
the dignity and worth of everyone we serve with mindfulness of culture and diversity.
to challenge social justice issues and contribute to social change for vulnerable, oppressed and marginalized people. Advocate for what is just, not what is easy.
Investing in connections to others is important to the strength of individuals, families, and the community.
with family members and community partners in order to enhance the well-being of individuals and the community.
Helping people heal from the past and improve for the future is the passion that has driven me through two decades of service in behavioral health, prior to establishing Sycamore Wellness.
I specialize in work with children & adolescents ages 10-18 years old and adults. I also proudly serve as the clinical consultant and therapist of choice to the unique needs of federal and local law enforcement organizations and their families. I'm also a mental health consultant to organizations, schools, and institutions, providing education (webinars and in-person events) that provide an engaging and fun way to create healthy places to learn and work.
I am a proud graduate of The Ohio State University where I earned a Masters degree in Social Work and a Licensed Independent Social Worker with Supervisor designation in the State of Ohio. I'm an active member of the Society for Social Work and Research and the National Association of Social Workers, and I teach Master-level courses at The Ohio State University College of Social Work.
When I'm not working, you can find me anywhere the community is having fun! I believe in knowing your neighbor and looking out for each other. Together with my husband, we enjoy spending lots of time with our four adult children and three grandchildren all who remind us to laugh and love hard.
For more information on Christy's professional experience, she can be found on LinkedIn.
Meet Christy's office companion, Ellie, a sweet girl (collie-lab mixed breed) who is always ready for love from others and once you pet her, she will want to return the favor in licks (kisses). We have dog treats in the office for anyone who wants to make life-long friends with her. She helps bring comfort to the office, while reminding us not to take ourselves too seriously as she barks for attention and belly rubs sometimes.
Hannah is key to supporting client relations and the quality people have come to expect of Sycamore Wellness. Among her responsibilities, Hannah provides administrative support to clients, families, and community partners, and helps manage the brand across all aspects of our organization. Helping maintain a quality experience for our clients is Hannah’s primary motivation.
Her service skills in behavioral health and ability to problem-solve have earned her recognition from clients and excellence in service from program administrators in her previous role as Outpatient Coordinator with psychiatric outpatient program in Columbus. You will experience her friendly and positive approach calms any situation that comes her way. She is also a certified lactation specialist, helping new and seasoned parents alike to navigate feeding challenges with their babies and helps them create plans to help the feeding times an enjoyable time to bond for the parents and their babies.
"I live in New Albany, Ohio with my husband and our young daughter. I am the happiest when I am spending quality time with my family and look forward to our family vacations each summer."
I am excited to have the opportunity to exercise my passion of working in the mental health field and contribute to creating a quality experience for our clients."
Hannah can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and would love to hear from you!
Hello! My name is Haley and I specialize in therapy for adults and teenagers using systems theory to look holistically at a person’s environmental experiences and conditions when determining treatment. It is my role to observe and analyze the many systems that contribute to a person’s behavior and welfare. I believe in "meeting a person where they are," which means intentionally listening to understand their values, needs, desires and even their trauma responses.
I am a lover of public service and anything literary. I have experience working in community-based social work, hospice care, crisis and trauma, mental health and substance use. Losing my father to terminal illness in 2020 has allowed me to understand the complexity of the grief process, and to also be a great support to those experiencing grief and loss, in any setting. My life mantra is “It gets better,” and I will strive to show you that you have the tools to take control of your life despite challenging and unexpected circumstances. Trust your journey.
I live in Columbus, Ohio, and my three dogs, Pennie Lane, Ru, and Odie, and cat Morty, they keep life interesting and extra cuddly. I graduated from the Ohio State University with my Masters in Social Work and am a Licensed Social Worker in the State of Ohio, a member of the National Association of Social Workers, and a member of the Columbus Women’s Rugby Club.
Haley also works at Columbus Public Health as a neighborhood social worker for the westside of Columbus. For more on her professional experience, please see her LinkedIn page.
Haley receives ongoing license supervision from Megan Deaner, LISW-S ( I.1901444-SUPV)
I believe that finding the right therapist means meeting with a professional who is truly interested in learning about who you are, what your major life challenges are, and what strengths you possess that can move you to create positive changes. Colleagues and clients describe me as compassionate, honest, trustworthy, and dedicated.
I am a Licensed Independent Social Worker with Supervisor designation in the State of Ohio, member of the National Association of Social Workers, and a Medical Social Worker at The OSU Wexner Medical Center. Special areas of focus in my practice include grief and loss, crisis, health and wellness, anxiety, and depression. I’ve lived in 3 different countries, and am part of several multiracial families, so I view diversity as something to enhance and enrich our lives and perspectives. I am strong ally to the LGBTQ+ community, and I am passionate about advocating for vulnerable populations.
I received my Master of Social Work degree from The Ohio State University in 2007, and bring over 15 years of professional experience to the practice. Over 10 years in trauma and crisis settings such as hospice and emergency departments have allowed me to encounter the spectrum of human emotions, and I am honored to help people find their calm within the storm during the most stressful times of their lives. My own personal experiences, losses, traumas, and challenges contribute to my natural ability to connect with people of varying backgrounds.
Self-care is one of the most important aspects to living well, and some of my favorite things to do include hiking, being in nature, spending time with my family and my 2 dogs, playing piano, traveling, exercising, and doing arts and crafts.
There can exist a healthy balance of head and heart, and we all have the potential for dynamic growth if we are willing to take a deeper look inside ourselves. Through our therapeutic relationship, I would love to help you discover that you already have the answers you are seeking.
I live in Newark with my two sons. Our home is full of fun with our dogs Lola, Indie and cat Gizmo. Being a boy mom in my home means loving everything Marvel. Traveling to new places is also something that we enjoy.
I received my Master of Science in Nursing degree from Chamberlain University in 2016. I worked as a Family Nurse Practitioner for 2 years. During this time, I discovered my passion for behavioral health and learned of the lack of resources available to patients and I have been working in behavioral health for 3 and half years, with child/adolescent and adult patients. I received my Post-Master’s Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Certificate from Maryville University in August of 2021 with the board recognition of the Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) designation.
I believe that a holistic approach is important in treating behavioral health. Medication management, life-style and therapy are all part of having a healthy mind.
Mindy also works at a local psychiatric hospital as an inpatient and outpatient program provider to adults with mental health or addictions.
Contact me at email@example.com or (614) 233-1909.
Our tree has been transplanted to a larger, charming space in New Albany!
We open our doors to clients at our new location on Nov. 29th: 24 S. High Street!