Renne Dragomir, MAEd, LPCC-S, IMFT-S, LICDC-CS

Renne earned a Master’s degree specializing in Marriage and Family Therapy, and Clinical Counseling. She has provided outpatient therapy to couples, families, and individuals. She also has worked in an evidence-based practice as a therapist, supervisor, and consultant for 17 years. She is currently employed by Case Western Reserve University, where she is an Intensive Home-Based Therapy (IHBT) Consultant and Trainer for Ohio. She also provides state and agency trainings, community presentations, and currently assists in the development of an IHBT toolkit.

In addition to an independent marriage and family therapist and professional clinical counseling licenses; she also holds an independent chemical dependency counseling. All licenses hold a supervisory status, which allow her to provide supervision to all three disciplines. Currently, she is working towards obtaining her PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy from The University of Akron.

Out of the office, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, playing with her 2 dogs, reading non-fiction, and going for motorcycle rides with her husband and close friends.

The Relationship Center

​Elizabeth Molla is a graduate from the University of Akron with a Master’s of Education in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is a licensed Independent Marriage and Family Therapist and Professional Clinical Counselor. Elizabeth has experience working with couples, families and individuals on a variety of presenting concerns. She has also worked at community agencies working with couples, families and individuals ranging from early childhood through late adulthood.
   
She is currently working towards a Doctorate of Philosophy, specializing in marriage and family therapy at The University of Akron. Her research interests relate to exploring grief symptoms experienced by children in foster care and potential long-term implications on adult functioning. Outside of the office, Elizabeth spends her time with her family, dogs, and cats.

    Dr. Megan Miranda received her doctoral degree from The University of Akron in Counselor Education and Supervision: Marriage and Family Therapy.  Megan is an independently licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with supervision status and Professional Clinical Counselor.  Dr. Miranda received her Master’s degree in School Counseling.  She has experience working with couples, families and individuals ranging from early childhood through late adulthood on a variety of presenting concerns.

    Dr. Miranda also works at a community agency as a supervisor and early childhood therapist.  She has experience teaching Master’s-level Counseling courses as a faculty member at The University of Akron.
    Megan’s research interests relate to exploring effects of childhood trauma, specifically long-term implications of having been in foster care on relational functioning.

    Outside of the office, Megan enjoys spending time with her daughter and dogs, Lilly, Link and Spock.

Individuals

  • Provide diagnosis and education related to the impact mental illness may have on your life and your loved ones
  • Introduce and practice skills to improve life satisfaction
  • Explore insight and skills to increase self-esteem, self-worth and self-confidence
  • Empower you to make change

Teresa provides a collaborative and safe space to:
Couples

  • Heal your relationship
  • Develop effective communication patterns
  • Address trust issues
  • Create successful co-parenting relationship

Families

  • Establish boundaries and implement structure in your family system
  • Address acting-out behaviors with children
  • Create compromise to meet the needs of each member
  • Help families connect


    Dr. Teresa Rogers is a graduate from the University of Akron with a Doctorate of Philosophy, specializing in marriage and family therapy. Dr. Rogers is a licensed Independent Marriage and Family Therapist and Professional Clinical Counselor. She has experience working with couples, families and individuals on a variety of presenting concerns.
    Dr. Rogers is a part-time faculty member at the University of Akron. She teaches and supervises Master-level students in the Mental Health Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy programs.
    Teresa’s research interests relate to integrating and utilizing the therapeutic power of animals when working with couples and families. 
   Outside of the office, Teresa spends her time in nature with her husband, son and four dogs, Bo, Hazel, Sunny & Roo.

Teresa Rogers, Ph.D., IMFT-S, LPCC-S, AAMFT Approved Supervisor

Sara Satterlee, MA, LPC

Specialties include but are not limited to:

  • Early Childhood Concerns
  • Communication Issues
  • Behavioral Problems
  • Grief
  • Family and Couple Discord
  • Parenting Skills
  • Gaining Insight into Destructive Patterns
  • Increasing Self-Esteem

Megan L. Miranda, Ph.D., IMFT-S, LPCC-S, AAMFT Approved Supervisor

​Sara graduated from Walsh University with a Master's degree in Counseling and Human Development and has a background in Psychology and Sociology. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She treats adults, adolescents and children with a variety of presenting concerns. 


Sara specializes in working with clients on gender exploration and transition. She works with transgender, gender fluid, and gender questioning adolescents and adults. Sara has expertise in developing and implementing clinical treatment groups for clients with gender dysphoria. Currently, Sara facilitates a support group in Stark County.


Additionally, Sara's expertise is helping children and adolescents with behavioral issues, emotional disorders, trauma, grief, divorce, and other transitions. She has experience as a school-based mental health therapist in Stark County as well as a behavior coach treating children with emotional and behavioral issues. She currently works in both school based and office based mental health settings.

Elizabeth Molla, MA, IMFT, LPCC