Life Force Counseling & Consulting -          Connecting You to Perspective & Purpose.
 Johni Fiber, M.Ed, PCC-S
Johni Fiber is an independently licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with supervisory endorsement. She received her BA in psychology from the University of Akron and her Master of Education in Community Counseling from Kent State University. Johni has 10 years of experience providing counseling services. She has worked in a variety of clinical settings, providing assessment, substance abuse, mental health, couples & family, and employee assistance counseling services. Johni has experience working with individuals across the lifespan, ages 6-89. She has over 16 years of experience providing supportive services for survivors of domestic violence, rape, sexual assault, and other traumas. Johni has extensive experience in training and adult education, providing trainings and presentations on a variety of wellness topics, crisis management, professionalism, career & organizational development, skill development for the professional helper, cultural diversity, and other behavioral health topics. Additionally, she has over 7 years experience providing management and organizational consultation services for corporate companies, non-profit organizations, and municipalities. Her clinical interests and expertise are in the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder, anxiety disorders, couples and family counseling, gender, sexuality, and sexual orientation. Additionally, Johni offers individual relaxation training and thermal biofeedback training.  Johni is creative, empathic, and nurturing. She fully believes in the power of counseling and employs a variety of therapeutic techniques and modalities, aiding each person in meeting his or her goals and potential.  
Dawnel Snyder, M.Ed, PC
Dawnel Snyder is a licensed Professional Counselor.  She received her B.A. in Psychology, with a minor in Sociology from The University of Akron.  Dawnel then moved on to earn a Master of Education degree in Community Counseling from Kent State University. Dawnel has been providing counseling services for over eight years and has worked in a number of settings, including residential treatment for women struggling with substance abuse, mental health, and trauma concerns.  She has also worked within a large behavioral health organization providing individual, group, couples, and family counseling services to a diverse population. Additionally, Dawnel has over 20 years experience in the business world, succeeding in a number of roles. Her unique combination of experience and skill allow Dawnel to see situations from varying perspectives. She offers clients the opportunity to explore and develop skills that promote insight and growth.  Dawnel’s clinical expertise and interests include: substance abuse, women’s issues, trauma & PTSD, mood disorders, couples counseling, gender, & sexual orientation/identity concerns, existential exploration work, and personal development. Dawnel is warm, engaging, and accepting. She is passionate about the practice of counseling and passes on that enthusiasm to all.
Lisa Kirby, MFT, PC-CR
Lisa Kirby is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Professional Counselor.  Lisa received her BA degree in psychology, with a minor in history, from Cleveland State University.  Lisa went on to earn her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Counseling/Therapy from the University of Akron.  Lisa is dually licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist and Professional Counselor.  Lisa is currently working toward her clinical license as a professional clinical counselor.  Lisa has over 7 years of experience working in the social service/education field.  Lisa has worked providing Applied Behavioral Analysis services to children affected by the autism spectrum, ranging from 2-18 years old.  Lisa has experience providing services to children, adults, couples and families.  Lisa’s clinical interests and expertise include: autism spectrum disorders, trauma & post-traumatic stress disorder, grief, couples and family counseling, attachment concerns, infidelity, parent-child relationships, and developmental disabilities.  She believes that counseling is a tool that can be used to help people grow and understand their unique strengths. 
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