Counselor, Mediator, Coach, Career Counselor, Crisis Counselor, ADHD expert
Dr. Myers received his B.A at Houghton College, 2 Masters degrees—1 in Special Education from Kent State University and 1 in Community Counseling at Walsh University. He also received his PhD in Special Education from KSU. During his teaching career, he served as a full-time professor at Notre Dame College, Ohio and later at Walsh University, Ohio.
As a Clinical Counselor, Dr. Myers works with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. He also provides in situ crisis interventions for schools, police and fire departments, and corporations.
As a career coach, Dr. Myers has worked with hundreds of professionals from multiple walks in life. He is very proud of his 2 grown children with 2 grandchildren and 4 stepchildren with 8 grandchildren. He also helps parent 3 dogs along with his wife, Jean who is a certified animal trainer.
Sara E. Baxter, BA, PGE, CC
Life Coach, Academic Coach, Tutor, Workshop Facilitator
As a certified Life Coach, seasoned educator and former social services provider, Sara brings a wealth of experiences to Academic & Life Coaching. Sara has aided children and adults for more than 17 years, setting goals and reaching targets. She looks forward to guiding you or your child through the process of changing for the better, Step by Step
Jean Piper-Myers, CPDT
Service Dog Coordinator
Jean is a certified dog trainer and owns three dogs herself. She coordinates the use of therapy dogs in counseling sessions in the office. She also runs her own business training dogs with their owners. Check out her website at Saving Grace K-9's
Licensed Professional Counselor
Melissa has 19 years working in Corrections, 11 with male juvenile offenders She serves children, adolescents, adults, individuals, family, and couple's counseling
Melissa has a strong background in Trauma-Informed care
"I believe everyone has the ability to change into the person they desire to become. I am here to encourage and guide you on your journey to reaching your full potential."