Client ID or Name
    

CLIENT HANDBOOK

African American Mother with Daughter
Family Having Fun

Specialized Services

Addiction & Recovery
Psychotherapy
SAP Services
Teambuilding/Consultation
Trauma Recovery/Resolution

Population Expertise

Children 10 y/o & older
Adolescents
Adults
Court-ordered Offenders

Our Edge

Dual Diagnosis IOP
 

Accepted Insurances

Aetna
Anthem
BC / BS
Buckeye
Caresource
Coventry
First Health
Medical Mutual
Molina
OH State Medicaid
Optum
Tricare NORTH
UMR

Who We Are

Allow us to introduce ourselves!  We are the dynamic behavioral treatment team that provides quality outpatient behavioral health (mental health, addictions) and consultation services to Clinton County and surrounding areas.

Sharon E Yockey

MA / LPCC-S / CDCA

Tracy L Hopkins

MRC / LICDC-CS / MAC / SAP

Monica M Hill

MS / LPC


Sharon
graduated from Xavier University with a Master of Arts in Community and Agency Counseling. She has been providing counseling services in Hamilton County, Warren County, and Clinton County since 2004. She has lived in the greater Cincinnati area for 43 years. She is an advocate for charitable causes, including the Hope Over Heroin event in Wilmington, Ohio and Give an Hour.

 

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Tracy graduated from Wright State University with a Master of Rehabilitation Counseling degrees. Her passion is making a difference in her community. Her political interests include Veteran services, child welfare, reduced violence, and improving systems for the betterment of the community.  She has been in Clinton County for over 20 years.

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Monica received her Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling, specializing in mental health law and forensic counseling, from Walden University. She also holds a  Master of Science in Criminal Justice from South University. She became a clinician to help people navigate their complex worlds in order to live healthier, fulfilling lives.  She has been a part of the Clinton County community since 2001, volunteering for various community events and her church.

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