Our team has been servicing the community members of Wooster since our Mansfield office first opened. Those community member dedicated to improving their quality of life by seeking out psychiatric care have been making the drive since 2014. One day the stars aligned, and Dr. Wilson met the right people to provide services directly in the community of Wooster. Not just any services, but high caliber psychiatric services with a focus on the individual. We hope the opening in June of 2022 will improve access to care for all the surrounding communities of Wayne and adjacent counties. This location will provide medication management, counseling, ADHD testing, Spravato Treatment, and community education. Check back soon to learn more about our clinicians and our location.
Caitlin Jones, PA-C, PSYC-CAQ
Caitlin has experience in community mental health and private practice psychiatry, working with children, adolescents, and adults treating a variety of concerns including depression, anxiety, ADHD, PTSD, and other mood disorders. She has also worked in physical medicine, urgent care, and PA education. In 2020, she earned a Certificate of Added Qualification (CAQ) in Psychiatry, a specialty credential that recognizes expertise and experience in psychiatry for PA's. She looks forward to bringing a whole-patient approach towards psychiatric medical care management for the Hope419 team. Since being a Wooster resident in 2015, she has recognized the need for better access to mental health resources in Wayne County, and is proud to be a part of Hope419's expansion into the area.
Caitlin earned her Masters of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Ohio Dominican University and Bachelors of Science in Biology from the University of Akron. She is also a 200 hour registered yoga teacher. Caitlin is licensed by the State Medical Board of Ohio. Her license can be verified on this website: https://elicense.ohio.gov.
Kim Howard, LISW-S
Kim is a licensed independent social worker supervisor, who has been in the field for over 10 years. She completed her Bachelor’s degree at Bluffton University and her Master’s at the The Ohio State University. Her approach is client-centered and trauma-informed with an emphasis on the whole person to foster each person’s strengths and resiliency. Kim has extensive training in a variety of theoretical perspectives with special interest in TF-CBT, EMDR, MI, Sand Tray Therapy, CBT, DBT, and Structured-sensory Interventions. Kim has also received training in Early Childhood Mental Health and Executive Functioning.
Kim enjoys working with a variety of clients from children, adolescents, and adults. She believes in providing a safe, inclusive, and judgment-free environment for all individuals. Throughout her career, Kim has worked in different communities and settings providing treatment to address concerns such as trauma, depression, anxiety, executive dysfunction, interpersonal conflicts, self-worth, and identity. It is her privilege to walk alongside individuals in their healing journey. In her free time, Kim enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, reading, art, and being active.
Kim is licensed by the Counselor, Social Worker, Marriage & Family Therapist Board. Her license can be verified on this website: https://elicense.ohio.gov.
Heather Olsen, LISW-S
Heather has spent over 26 years working in the field of mental health, 18 of those years as a licensed independent social worker supervisor. She completed her Bachelor’s Degree at Baldwin-Wallace College and received her Master’s of Social Work from the University of Akron.
Heather is passionate about walking with clients as they heal from trauma and face the challenges these experiences bring. She believes it is her privilege as a clinician to hold a safe space for children, adolescents, and individuals as they discover their strengths and resilience to overcome challenges. Heather has extensive training in a variety of theoretical perspectives including TF-CBT, Trauma Sensitive Yoga, Sand Tray Therapy, MI, and MBSR. Throughout her career Heather has worked in different settings including residential treatment, public schools, community mental health, and private outpatient practice.
In her free time Heather enjoys spending time with friends and family, watching her children participate in sports, watching movies, reading and being active.
Heather is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor and Social Work Board. Her license can be verified on this website: https://cswmft.ohio.gov