Stacey Sinwald

Stacey is a licensed professional counselor (LPC) who has experience working with a wide range of client concerns. She earned her Bachelor's in Psychology and her Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Cleveland State University. Stacey's previous clinical work includes both community mental health and college settings.
Stacey’s background has allowed her to work with individuals displaying clinical concerns ranging from anxiety and depression to mood disorders, addiction, trauma, self-harm, grief, sexuality, eating disorders, and relationship issues. She has worked with clients of all ages and has the most experience with those in young and middle adulthood.

Operating from a whole-health perspective, Stacey believes in assessing physical, emotional, and spiritual concerns alongside mental difficulties when appropriate. Stacey strives to provide a comfortable therapeutic environment for all clients. She views each client as an individual and applies treatment methods specifically tailored to each client’s needs through an integrative approach. She operates primarily from a person-centered and humanistic orientation, meeting the client where they are and working with the client to develop an individualized plan for treatment. Other therapeutic techniques she has utilized include cognitive behavioral therapy, psychoeducation, and dialectical behavioral therapy.

Stacey is also a certified professional dog trainer who specializes in training therapy dogs. She has begun developing Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) treatment plans and currently utilizes her therapy dog in training, Uno, with many of her clients.
Stacey's pronouns are she/her/hers.

Stacey sees clients in-person and virtually.

Stacey is under the supervision of Pete Finnerty, LPCC-S.