Team


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Cheryl Mahoney, M.Ed., LSW, OCPS, CHES, CEAP

Cheryl Mahoney has a Master’s Degree in Community Health Promotion, a Bachelor’s in Human Development, and an Associate’s in Mental Health Technology and Management.  She is a Licensed Social Worker, and holds Specialist Certifications in Prevention, Health Education, Substance Abuse, Digital Wellness, and Employee Assistance Programming. She has taught, consulted, and counseled in the Miami Valley for over thirty years and is currently pursuing a Doctoral degree in Prevention Science from Wilmington University.

Her experience with students and families, along with being a parent herself, led Cheryl to create iWise, LLC as a vehicle to promote the healthy use of internet technology. Since 2013, she has presented her iWise message to youth, parents, and professionals across Ohio: “Be Aware, Protect, Prepare, Respond.”  

Cheryl enjoys counseling a diverse clientele of youth, young adults, adults and anyone looking to make positive changes in their lives.

Cheryl specializes in supporting people through but not limited to:  life transitions, social skills, anxiety, LGBTQ+ issues, grief, and  helping families prevent, assess, and address internet use disorders. She is happy to work with individuals, couples and families. 

Currently, Cheyl is completing her Doctoral program focusing on treating gaming and other internet addictions and promoting digital wellness.  

Cheryl holds sessions out of our Centerville Location near 675, Alex Bell, and Far Hills Avenue



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 Brittany B Buescher MS, LPC, MFT, CCATP

Individual, Couple, and Family Therapist

Certified Clinical Anxiety Treatment Professional & Brainspotting Practitioner

Brittany is a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and also a licensed Professional Counselor.  She has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Baldwin Wallace College and a Master of Science with a specialization in Marriage & Family Therapy from the University of Akron.  Brittany follows a systemic & integrative approach, that includes a cognitive, neurobiological, and dialectical approach to helping clients heal emotionally.  

She has experience with couples counseling, trauma, addictions, anxiety, depression, grief, divorce and loss.  Her goal is to help those who struggle with adjusting to life events or self esteem issues, build confidence and learn emotion regulation.  Brittany helps rebuild marriages and family dynamics to help reduce symptoms from conflict or stress, improve communication, heal relationships with others, while empowering her clients.

Brittany enjoys working with adults. She specializes in working with those who are experiencing struggles with Adjustment, Anxiety, Grief, and Self Esteem. Her Brainspotting specialty makes for an effective and unique counseling experience. 

Brittany holds sessions virtually. She is able to support clients from all over the state of Ohio. 

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