Leah Schilling, PCC-S
Served: Children, Adolescents,
Schilling is a 2008 graduate of Kent State University, where she was
Masters of Education in Community Counseling. She
previously attended Ohio Wesleyan
University, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and
Schilling is an independently licensed Supervising Professional
Counselor, attaining licensure in 2009 by the State of Ohio’s,
Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board. Ms.
previous clinical experience includes home-based intervention with
adolescents, adults and families demonstrating a wide variety of mental
concerns. Additional experience includes, clinical and administrative
management of an In-home therapeutic services program.
Schilling joined the staff of NEOBH in 2014. She has focused her work
on the development of the In-Home therapeutic services program and
treatment work with children, adolescents and adults that have been
trauma. Ms. Schilling has received training and supervision in the
treatment model Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Cognitive Behavioral Treatment