Sarah “Sally” L. Clark

Sarah “Sally” L. Clark, Ph.D., SEP is an Ohio Licensed Clinical Psychologist who has worked with Reflections Health and Wellness since its inception in March 2019, and she sees clients both in her office in Worthington and in senior housing / nursing homes in the Columbus region. She trained in geropsychology and health psychology; and she has worked in community and VA hospital settings, community mental health centers, nursing homes, and private practice. She recently completed a three-year training program in Somatic Experiencing which is a body-focused therapy to help survivors of shock or chronic trauma to digest the sensations, thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and images of the trauma in a gentle, supportive manner. She finds herself humbled in her work with the elderly and with trauma survivors and honored to help them recognize their resilience and ability to thrive despite difficult circumstances.

Stephanie Coffield

Stephanie Coffield, Ph.D. is a Licensed Psychologist employed by Reflections Health and Wellness. She earned a B.A. degree from the University of Notre Dame and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the Clinical Psychology program at Kent State University. She has been providing psychological services in long-term care facilities since 1999. Dr. Coffield’s work involves providing psychotherapy to adults and older adults to address concerns related to depression, anxiety, and distress related to declines in health and independence, as well as assisting with adjustment to long-term care and role changes.

Jane Davidson

Jane Davidson, MSW is a Licensed Independent Social Worker. She is a graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and she received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Ms. Davidson has been in practice for over 30 years. Her clinical experiences include inpatient and outpatient addictions treatment, employee assistance programs, and a variety of outpatient mental health settings. Her current areas of focus include anxiety and depressive disorders, grief and loss, relationship dynamics across the lifespan, chronic health issues, and aging.

You have the power to heal your life, and you need to know that. We think so often that we are helpless, but we’re not. We always have the power of our minds… Claim and consciously use your power.

- Louise Hay

Michele Evans

Michele Evans, Ph.D. has worked with Reflections Health and Wellness since its inception in March 2019. She is a Licensed Psychologist who earned her Doctoral Degree in Counseling Psychology from Ball State University. As part of her education, she completed a doctoral level internship at The John D. Dingell VA Medical Center where she worked with individuals facing issues such as depression, anxiety, and difficulty with adjustment. As a psychologist, Dr. Evans works with adults and older adults, and she has been doing so for several years. Her current work includes helping those in long-term care facilities with depression, anxiety, adjustment to stressors, end of life issues, stress and loss related to aging, health issues, and caregiver burden. She is a member of the Ohio Psychological Association. She is a past member and past chair of the Foundation for Psychology in Ohio, which is the charitable arm of the Ohio Psychological Association. Professionally, she is dedicated to making sure that individuals have access to quality mental health care and to eliminating the stigma associated with mental health.

Jan Faeri

Jan Faeri, Psy.D. has over 30 years of experience as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist. She received her B.S. degree from Fort Wayne Bible College in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and her M.A. and Psy.D. degrees from Rosemead School of Psychology in La Mirada, California. She has served a wide variety of populations including adolescents, adults, men, and women in a variety of settings including inpatient, outpatient, private practice, community mental health, and long-term care facilities. Dr. Faeri has worked with people struggling with issues of depression, anxiety, difficulty with adjustment, severe mental health disorders, grief and loss, and chronic pain.

Mary Miller Lewis

Mary Miller Lewis, Ph.D., ABPP (she, her, hers) is a Licensed Psychologist providing counseling and assessment in long-term care and rehabilitation facilities in Central Ohio. She received her B.S. degree from Kansas State University and her M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the Counseling Psychology program at the University of Akron, where she also completed graduate certification in gerontology. She is Board-Certified in geropsychology. She is the Ohio Psychological Association (OPA) representative to the American Psychological Association Council of Representatives and Past-President of both OPA and Psychologists in Long-Term Care. Her research and advocacy interests include mental health in older adults, end-of-life care with individuals who have dementia, and social justice work. She specializes in individuals with depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, grief, memory issues, and other mental health concerns.

Deborah Kessler

Deborah Kessler, Ph.D. has been employed by Reflections Health and Wellness since its inception in March 2019. She earned her Doctoral Degree from The Ohio State University in Rehabilitation Services. In 1995, she became a Licensed Psychologist. Her education included an internship in a methadone treatment center for heroin addiction. She has experience treating depression, anxiety, trauma, stressor related disorders, and adjustment disorders. Currently, Dr. Kessler treats adults and older adults. In her current position, she provides therapy to adults in facilities that include skilled rehabilitation, independent living, assisted living, and long-term care. Her typical focus of treatment is adjustment to changes in health, stress, loss, and caregiver issues. Professionally, Dr. Kessler is dedicated to providing access to quality mental health care and promoting good mental health for all. Her passion is helping people understand that it is okay to seek help before their situation becomes a crisis. Dr. Kessler was awarded first place in 1992 for the Graduate Literary Award by the National Rehabilitation Association.