Our staff represent the best in the field of mental health. We have presented locally, nationally, and internationally on various topics. We work with youth and their families who are experiencing problems with worry/anxiety, executive functioning struggles, impulsivity, relationship/peer difficulties, trauma, abuse, bullying, explosive behaviors, developmental disabilities, mood problems, drug and alcohol use, grief, divorce and other life adjustment issues. Our psychologists and counselors provide individual, family, and group therapy utilizing evidenced based practices including Cognitive Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Family Systems Therapy. Our practice is team driven and we work collaboratively on cases and provide consultation for each other regarding our patients to ensure the best possible care for your child.
Our staff includes:
Stephen Grcevich, MD, Psychiatrist, Founder and President click here to email Dr. Grcevich
Dr. Grcevich was named “Psychiatrist of the Year” in 1998 by the Ohio Chapter of the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) and received the NAMI Exemplary Psychiatrist Award at the 1999 American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. He is a former President of the Northeast Ohio Society of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and serves on the External Scientific Advisory Board of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Trials Network (CAPTN), organized through Duke University and the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP). Dr. Grcevich will be a co-author on the ASK (Antidepressant Safety in Kids) Study, scheduled for publication later this year, and served as an invited presenter at the 2010 AACAP Research Forum, held in conjunction with the AACAP Annual Meeting this past October in New York City. Dr. Grcevich also serves as President of Key Ministry, a non-profit organization charged with assisting churches across the U.S. in the provision of respite care, outreach and religious education to families of children with hidden disabilities. Dr. Grcevich has been married for 25 years and has two teenage daughters.
Sherri McClurg, PsyD, Clinical and Forensic Psychologist, Managing Director click here to email Dr. Sherri
In addition to overseeing the management of the practice Dr. McClurg provides counseling and psychological testing services to children and adolescents. Dr. McClurg is specialized in child and adolescent clinical psychology, as well as forensic psychology. She is certified in Trauma Focused CBT and works with children and teens who are victims of crime, natural disaster, and childhood abuse. Dr. McClurg also serves as the CEO for New Horizons for Children, and international hosting program for orphaned children. She is a certified speaker, coach, and trainer with the John Maxwell Team and has provided leadership development to young people and adults, both domestically and internationally. She partners with local public/private schools, churches, and community groups to provide staff training, consultation, and parenting workshops. Dr. McClurg previously served as the Division Director for Outpatient Services in Lorain County for Bellefaire JCB and developed both clinical outpatient and school based programs and has worked with schools, children services, and courts designing intervention programs for youth at risk and for those who have experienced trauma. She participated in designing the nationally recognized Juvenile Offender Program to evaluation youth adjudicated for crimes of violence. She has been married for 17 years and has 3 children. Her middle child has profound autism which has led to her involvement in various programs and interventions for children with special needs and their families.
William Rowane, MD, Psychiatrist
Leslie Jevnikar, PhD, PCC, Counselor click here to email Dr. Jevnikar
Dr. Jevnikar received a Master of Arts degree from John Carroll University, and a Ph.D. from Kent State University. Dr. Jevnikar provides individual and group therapies to children, adolescents, and families. Additionally, she presents for workshops and trainings to professionals, mental health advocates and parents. Dr. Jevnikar has a special interests in Trichotillomania, Anxiety, and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. She also works with children diagnosed with developmental disabilities. She has conducted research on ways of coping for parents with children diagnosed with developmental disabilities. Dr. Jevnikar also conducts group therapy for children and adolescents diagnosed with Trichotillomania or social skill needs. Dr. Jevnikar has worked in residential treatment for 5 years at Parmadale Family Services and has 18 years experience working as a Clinical Counselor. She has presented at the American Association of Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists and Ohio Association for Child Care Workers. Dr. Jevnikar is a professional member of the Trichotillomania Learning Center, American Counseling Association, and the International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors. Dr. Jevnikar has been married for 17 years and has 3 children.
Gregg Moses, MSSA, LISW Counselor click here to email Gregg
Gregg received his Master's Degree in Social Work from Case Western Reserve University and is a Licensed Independent Social Worker in the state of Ohio. Gregg has recently moved back home to Cleveland from the Washington, DC area where he had his own practice and worked as a middle school mental health counselor at the Georgetown Day School. Gregg has experience treating ADHD, anxiety, mood disorders and issues of grief and loss. Greg also works as a counselor in a local private school. In addition to his clinical work, Gregg volunteers for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society as a first responder for newly diagnosed patients and was one of the founding members of the first support group for blood cancer patients and their families in Montgomery County, MD.
Katie Wetherbee, M.A., Educational Consultant click here to email Katie
Katie completed her undergraduate work at Vanderbilt University, where she majored in Special Education and Human and Organizational Development. She began her teaching career in the Washington, DC area, working at a public school. She has also worked in a hospital setting, as well as teaching continuing education courses at a community college. Katie holds a master's degree in education from Hood College, where she served on the adjunct faculty for the Reading Specialist program. She and her husband have two children.