Caring and confidential counseling for adults, adolescents and children


Appointment Checklist

Proof of income
Your insurance card
Photo ID
Adult Health Form
Adolescent Health Form
Child Health Form
Client Orientation Packet

To get started, call our office (330) 376-9494 and our staff will schedule a 30-minute Care Management appointment with you. During this appointment, our Care Managers will work with you to define your counseling needs and place you with the appropriate counselor. You will be asked to bring proof of income, your insurance card, and photo ID to this appointment. You may also download the health forms and Client Orientation Packet in advance and bring them with you to your appointment.

Individual & Family

Caring and confidential counseling for children, adolescents and adults seeking assistance with:

  • Personal Stress
  • Marital and Relationship Problems
  • Alcohol and Drug Abuse
  • Parenting and Family Issues
  • Anger Management for Adults and Teens
  • Depression and Anxiety
  • Addictive Behaviors
Anger Management

Anger Management Groups are available for teens, women, and men and are provided on a continuous basis. The goal of Anger Management is to help individuals experience and express anger in healthy, non-destructive ways.  A Diagnostic Assessment is required prior to registering for the group. Adult & Teen groups meet once a week for 1½ hours for ten consecutive weeks.


Our Parenting Groups aim to engage parents and improve parenting skills by providing a supportive community where they are able to identify the needs of a child, instill self-esteem, and strengthen communication, while experiencing the support of other parents.

Parenting Groups meet once a week for 1 ½ hours for eight consecutive weeks. An assessment is required prior to the start date of the group. Please allow 2-4 weeks for the intake process. Shared appointments between parents is not permitted.

Marital & Couples Counseling

Counseling for couples and partners that focuses on communication, problem solving, fair fighting, meeting emotional needs, and other relationship issues.

Project Hope

In collaboration with The University of Akron, Greenleaf Family Center provides counseling services for the Project Hope (Helping Overcome Post-traumatic Stress through Empowerment) Program.

Project HOPE is a four-year research project which provides counseling services to victims of intimate partner violence who seek safety and support from shelter. HOPE is unique in its focus on empowerment, teaching women how to cope with the fears and anxiety related to their battering, and how to move their lives forward. The program targets women who exhibit classic symptoms of post-traumatic stress, a highly disabling disorder that is under-treated among victims of intimate partner violence. HOPE will be offered in six shelters in five counties over the course of the next four years.  In order to evaluate the effectiveness of HOPE, women will be followed and assessed for one year after completing the treatment program.

For more information on Project HOPE, contact our main office or Assistant Professor, Dawn Johnson, Ph.D. at
(330) 972-2505.

Tri-County Employee Assistance Program

Greenleaf Family Center contracts with employers to provide free confidential counseling to employees and their families including:

  • Individual, Marital, and Parent-Child Problems
  • Work-Life Issues
  • Consultation for Managers about Workplace Performance Issues
  • Educational Programs
  • Critical Incident Debriefing
  • Financial Counseling