East Ohio District Pastors' Safety Network

Participating Counselors

Charles Sabaka, LPCC

Psychological & Family Consultants, Inc.
4572 Dressler Rd NW
Canton, Ohio 44718
Phone:  330-493-4220

 

Robert Sylvies, Ph.D.

416 Jackson St.
East Liverpool, OH 43920
Office - 330-386-7870
Home-330-385-5799

 

Ronald Richards, Ph.D.

Allied Behavioral Health Services, Inc.
5204 Mahoning Ave. Youngstown, OH 44515 330-797-8800

 

Dr. Ryan Dunn, Ph.D.

New Life Counseling
130 W. Third St.
Dover, OH 44663
330-343-6600

Jacqueline Chorey, M.A. LPCC

2250 E. Western Reserve Rd. P.O. Box 5213, Poland, OH 44514    330-707-1467

  Bethany Bair, LPCC-S
New Life Counseling
130 W. Third St.
Dover, OH 44663
330-343-6600
EMERGE COUNSELING SERVICES
900 Mull Ave.
Akron, OH 44313
330-867-5603 or
800-621-5207
 

Barbara Wallis, MS, LPCC-S

New Life Counseling
130 W. Third St.
Dover, OH 44663
330-343-6600 bjwallis@mac.com

(EMERGE is a highly respected Christian counseling agency which has 7 counselors specializing in helping pastors and their families)


 

 

Pastors’ Safety Network Purpose: To help provide Christian psychological support, which is completely confidential, to the ministers on our district and to their spouses and children.

Method: When you or your immediate family has a need for Christian counseling call any one of our participating counselors and mention that you are calling as a member of the East Ohio Nazarene Pastors’ Safety Network. They are committed to scheduling an appointment for you as quickly as possible.

Cost: If you do not have insurance for such counseling, or if you are covered but do not wish to make an insurance claim, the invoice for your counseling will be sent directly to the district office by the counselor. Your name, or any information concerning you, will not be associated with the invoice in any way.  No more than eight sessions will be covered.

Confidentiality: This is of extreme priority. Network counselors are very aware that they are not to report your identity or issues to the district superintendent, or his staff, or to any other denominational or district personnel. Though there are rare, extreme cases when reporting to state authorities is legally mandatory (i.e. threat of child abuse), even in those cases the district office is not to be notified by the counselor.