Sheryl Cohen, Ph.D.

Sheryl Cohen, PhD

Sheryl has been a licensed psychologist in Ohio since 1983, receiving a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Ohio University that same year. She was worked in a variety of settings, including hospitals and community mental health centers. Since 1994, she directs Temenos: The Center for Growth, collaborating with like-minded professionals who use an integrative approach to healing and growth.

Her clinical training includes intensive training in family and couples therapies and in the resolution of trauma. She also has over twenty years of study of the Enneagram and finds this personality system to be an excellent bridge between the psychological and spiritual aspects of living. She recently completed her training as a Certified Enneagram Professional from Enneagram Studies in the Narrative Tradition. She is a senior psychotherapist in the greater Cincinnati area and teaches and consults with other therapists.

Clients often remark about Sheryl’s incisive clarity and her ability to offer deeper and broader understandings of problems or complaints quickly. Her deep curiosity can feel challenging at times, and clients come away from a session feeling met and called upon to rise to the occasion of their better self. She has a wealth of clinical tools and techniques at her disposal, but most importantly, she offers a unique and supportive relationship where clients can tell themselves the truth and try on a new way of being.

Victoria Wilson-Jones, M.S., Advanced C.Ht., C.C.E.

Victoria Wilson-Jones is an experienced mind/body/spirit educator and consultant. She has spent the last 30 years assisting individuals in connecting to their deepest authenticity. Private session, classes and Soul Quest trips, are all designed to guide individuals in developing their innate abilities and gifts.

Victoria has a Master’s of Science degree in Metaphysical Philosophy from the Victoria has a Master’s of Science in Metaphysical Philosophy from the American Institute of Holistic Theology. She is the founder and director of Sacred Circle™, In the Company of Spirit and Soul Quest to Sacred Spaces. Victoria is also a founding member and past president of the board of Integral Leadership in Action. Victoria is also a member of the The American Association of Professional Hypnotherapists, The Wellness Institute, Deep Change, The Association of Drugless Practitioners and The Therapeutic Alliance. She is certified in Advanced Heart Centered Hypnotherapy, Childbirth and Early Parenting Education, Core 1 Integral and Spiritual Intelligence coaching. Victoria has a private practice that focuses on creating and deepening integrated practices that bring together body, mind, spirit, and emotions. She has offices in Ft Wayne, IN and at Temenos in Cincinnati, OH.

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Victoria Wilson-Jones, M.S., Advanced C.Ht., C.C.E.

Mike Lacinak, MSW, LISW

Mike Lacinak, LISW

Mike works with people who are feeling stuck in their lives or relationship and wanting change. He has worked with clients of all ages for over 20 years. Mike enjoys teaching people to create richer lives. His love of this work provides a healing context. After working with him, clients often say they feel better and are getting more of the life they want.

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Allison Gajramsingh, M.A., LPCC-S

Allison is a Professional Clinical Counselor and a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and George Washington University. During her professional training, Allison participated in an internship at the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family, and was trained in a family systems approach. Additionally, Allison has worked in community mental health since 2007, focusing on both multi-systemic family therapy and school-based therapy. Her interests include providing marriage counseling to couples coping with daily stressors , as well as working with transitional youth (ages 18-25) and adults coping with anxiety, depression, and trauma.

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Allison Gajramsingh, M.A., LPCC-S

Sheila Lee, BS, CSCS

Sheila Lee, BS, CSCS

Sheila works with a wide range of adults varying in ages, activity levels, and orthopedic and muscular issues. Her clients include those recovering from injury and surgery, as well as high school, college and professional athletes. A graduate of Exercise Science from Indiana State University, she has worked in hospitals, fitness centers, personal training, and group fitness programs, and is certified as a NCSA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.


Amanda White, LISW

Amanda is a Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW) and a graduate of Xavier University and Washington University in St. Louis.  Amanda has worked in community mental health since 2010 as a school-based therapist and early childhood therapist.  She has received specialized education, training, and supervision in play therapy and is currently working toward obtaining credentials as a Registered Play Therapist and Certified Trauma Specialist.   Amanda enjoys working with children and families to create positive change resulting in happier, healthier lives.  Her interests include using play therapy and counseling techniques with children aged 3-13 experiencing social, emotional, and behavioral difficulties.   Amanda is affiliated with the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and the Association for Play Therapy (APT).


Kate Dacy, PCC, LICDC

Kate is a Professional Clinical Counselor, a graduate of Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is a Licensed Addictions Counselor (LICDC) as well as a Certified Enneagram Teacher in the Narrative tradition. Kate has completed extensive Enneagram training and considers The Enneagram to be a powerful tool for understanding one’s authentic self, mobilizing strengths and minimizing self-defeating beliefs.

Kate is currently training in trauma resolution with Somatic Experiencing SE® which completes in 2016. Kate utilizes somatic awareness and inquiry techniques coupled with mindfulness practices to process through deeply held (often blocked) emotions and sensations. Her ultimate goal is help restore one’s innate vitality and aliveness. Somatic Experiencing SE® is a highly effective method for regulating the nervous system and the fear, panic, anger and frozen states that can arise in stressful or unexpected situations. Many clients report “feeling more like themselves than they have in years” after an SE® session.

In a warm, collaborative, and supportive manner, Kate is instrumental in helping clients navigate through difficult times getting beneath unwanted patterns in one’s life and relationships. She believes all individuals have the ability to move forward achieving personal growth and recovery no matter how complex the problem appears.Areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, and addiction. Her experience includes individual and group therapy in both agency and private practice settings. She also works with family members of alcoholics/addicts.