OUR STAFF

Ruth Ann Sheets is a Provisionally Licensed Counselor. She received her Master's Degree in Counseling from Marshall University as well as a Master's Degree from Marshall University in Secondary Education. Ruth Ann specializes in treating child and adolescent clients; however, she also treats adult clients who struggle with anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Her previous work experience was with children who had suffered a variety of issues such as trauma, drug addictions within the home, and at risk adolescents. She has experience with Christian based Counseling through her studies at Liberty University.

Natalie L. Criss, M.S., M.A. is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She received her Master's Degree in Counseling from Marshall University as well as a Master's Degree from Fordham University in Religion and Religious Education with coursework in Pastoral Counseling. Natalie specializes in treating LGBT clients. She treats many transgender clients and guides them on their journey toward transitioning through HRT. She also treats anyone who struggles with anxiety or depression and has worked with many clients who suffer from PTSD. She is trained in EMDR and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Her previous work experience was with children who had suffered from trauma and also worked with families at risk of having their children removed from the home. She has experience in Pastoral Counseling from her time as a Campus Minister at Marshall University.

Jasmin Calcote, M.A. is a supervised psychologist with a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology from Marshall University and is currently working towards her doctorate (Psy.D.) at MU.  Her resume includes working with children, adolescents, and adults who experience mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. Additionally, she has served adolescents in residential facilities and provided parent management training. Jasmin is interested in working with people who are suffering from substance use disorder, transitioning from incarceration, or struggling with gender identity.

Emily Engelland Wilson, licensed psychologist, has been providing psychological services in West Virginia since 1994. She received her graduate degree at Connecticut College, after completing a year- long practicum in the Psychology Department at Yale University. She works with adults and families, provides relationship counselling and specializes in helping women suffering from depression and anxiety. She performs evaluations for adults and children with behavioral or emotional disorders, including ADHD and Autism. She is an adjunct instructor for the Marshall University Medical School, and a consultant to area residential programs and schools. She has obtained national certifications in helping those with substance use disorder and gambling addictions and provides treatment for those who are seeking recovery. 

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