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Our Team

Morgan Enright | Creative Family Wellness

Morgan M. Enright

Owner, LPCC

Morgan Enright (she/her/hers) obtained her Master’s degree in Community Counseling in 2007 from Kent State University. She is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in the state of Ohio.

Morgan is the owner of Creative Family Wellness and takes pride in developing a practice that prioritizes the use of best practices and client-centered care. Morgan has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, families, and couples. She has worked in a variety of settings including schools, intensive outpatient, community mental health agencies, and private practices.

Her areas of expertise include the treatment of depression, anxiety, grief, oppositional behaviors, adjustment to parenthood, postpartum concerns, decreasing suicidal thoughts and self-harming behaviors, couples work, LGBT-related issues, and incorporating creative interventions into the counseling process. Morgan has additional training in EMDR (evidenced-based trauma treatment), The Gottman Method Couples Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), and Crisis Intervention.

Morgan advocates for the transgender community not only in the clinical setting, but additionally sits on two boards in Summit County community- Akron Children’s Trans Youth Allied Task Force and Margie’s Hope, a nonprofit for transgender children, adults, and their families.

Morgan most enjoys working with adolescents using music, writing, and storytelling in sessions. Morgan also enjoys being a consultant and mentor to other clinicians hoping to build their own private practices. She offers hour long consultations to other therapists that are tailored to their specific practice goals and values. She utilizes mostly Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (the relationship between thoughts, feelings and behaviors) Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Solution-focused counseling (problem solving, goal-directed, and brief approach to treatment). Morgan believes that the most rewarding part of her work is having the privilege of a client’s trust and supporting others in realizing their worth and potential.

Kellie Leonhardt


Kellie (she/her/hers) graduated from John Carroll in 2007 with a Master’s degree in Community Counseling.  She is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor who specializes in working with children, adolescents, and their families.  She has worked in a community mental health agency with a diverse population for over 10 years.  Kellie specializes in partnering with clients who struggle with depression, anxiety, ADHD, PTSD, behavioral struggles, and those that have experienced trauma, grief and loss.  Kellie also has expertise in guiding families through conflict.  Her knowledge and experience in treating those on the Autism spectrum makes her an asset to our team.  Kellie values strength-based and solution-focused interventions and has interest in utilizing art and play in sessions.  Additional trainings in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), the IFAST model (a strategy that focuses on the family system), and crisis intervention allow her flexibility in meeting individual client needs and preferences.

Mary Laske Bell


Mary (she/her/hers) brings the creative and holistic health practice of Reiki and Restorative Yoga to Creative Family Wellness.  Mary’s lifelong passion for helping people become and stay healthy has driven both her education and her career paths. She began her Reiki training in 2009, became a Reiki Master Practitioner in 2010, and moved her practice to Nashville, Tennessee later that year to pursue her doctorate. With concentration in social psychology and the relationship between stress and health, Mary earned her PhD in Sociology from Vanderbilt University in 2014. After graduating, she put her degree to practical use as a Studio Manager of Orangetheory Fitness in Hendersonville, Tennessee. A promotion to Director over two studios brought Mary back to the Akron area in 2016. Throughout the last nine years, Reiki has remained an important modality in Mary’s personal and professional practice of healthy living. Reiki helps to balance the energy centers (chakras) in the body, which can in turn improve mood, and overall physical and mental health. Mary believes a practice of centering and rebalancing—such as Reiki—is vital to maintaining good health and happiness. Her client base has included adults, babies, and animals ranging from small house pets such as cats and dogs to large animals such as horses. Mary is especially excited to expand her practice to children and adolescents as she knows both how stressful transitions through the life stages can be at this age and how receptive these age groups are to energy work.

Kelli Slivka


Kelli Slivka (she/her/hers) graduated from Kent State University in 2009 with her Master’s degree in Community Counseling.  She is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor who has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults.  Kelli has worked in a variety of settings such as community mental health agencies, schools, and private practice. She has 8 years of experience in the school setting working with adolescents and their parents from diverse cultural backgrounds in treating various mental health diagnoses.   Her areas of expertise include the treatment of anxiety, depression, oppositional behaviors, LGBTQ-related issues, and self-harming behaviors.   Her approach to counseling rests in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Solution-focused counseling.  Kelli enjoys assisting clients in identifying healthy coping skills, improving self-care, and increasing communication skills while reaching their counseling goals.

Sarah Sanford

Sarah (she/her/hers) serves Creative Family Wellness in multiple roles. Sarah works primarily as our office manager.  She is the friendly face you see in our lobby and the voice who calls you to schedule or reschedule appointments.  Sarah works tirelessly “behind the scenes” to assist both clients and clinicians in a way that ensures clients have a stress-free office experience and clinicians can put their entire focus on clinical care. She is the first contact and “go to” person at CFW responsible for staff training, practice growth, and general operations. Sarah also heads our Career Services department.  She uses her many years of experience in Employment Services and Human Resources to assist clients with resume building, career exploration, interview skills, and overall career development.

Lori-Marie Boyer


Lori (she/her/hers) is a Board Certified Music Therapist and Certified Creative Grief Support Practitioner with over 20 years of clinical experience. The early years of her career were spent as a Children’s Bereavement Coordinator with various Hospice organizations.  She earned her Certification for Creative Grief Coaching in 2014 and her Reiki Master Certificate in 2019.   As the owner of Ginny’s Circle, she has experience in counseling all ages, running grief support groups, and public speaking on the topic of death and non-death losses.   She is also a member of the Creative Grief Studio teaching team.  Through the use of creative exercises, Reiki, and music, she helps clients live meaningful lives after loss. Lori is experienced with those who struggle with depression, anxiety, and stress management. She enjoys incorporating mindfulness into her work with clients. She is very excited to join Creative Family Wellness and grow a clinical practice with an emphasis on mindful and empowered grieving.

Bridget Gray

Bridget Gray (she/her/hers) completed her Master’s degree in Community Counseling in 2009 from Kent State University. She is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with a supervision designation in the state of Ohio. Bridget is an eclectic therapist who believes in a strength based and client-centered approach to counseling. She is experienced in cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, positive psychology, and person-centered therapy. Bridget has experience working with adolescents, adults, and couples. She has worked in a variety of settings including intensive outpatient, a community mental health agency, and hospital outpatient services. Her areas of expertise include the treatment of depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, postpartum concerns, trauma, spiritual concerns, highly sensitive people, and couples work. Bridget loves the therapeutic process and focuses on working with her clients to find solutions and improve their coping skills.

HSP Psychoeducational Support Group
This HSP group will run for 6 weeks on Tuesday evenings from 6:30pm-8:00pm.
The group start date will be provided once three participants have registered.

Emerson S. Fetty


Emerson (he/him/his) completed his undergraduate degree in Human Development & Family Studies with a concentration in Case Management and a minor in Gerontology from Kent State University in 2012 and then went on to obtain his Master’s degree in Social Work from Youngstown State University in 2018. He is a Licensed Independent Social Worker in the state of Ohio.

Emerson has worked in the community mental health setting as both a case manager and a therapist in the past. He also has experience working as a Clinical Social Worker in the Primary Care/Hospital setting. Emerson enjoys working with ages ranging from about 15 to 100 and beyond. As a trans man, he especially enjoys working with trans identified individuals and anyone on the LGBTQ+ spectrum. He believes that his own lived experience offers a unique insight and ability to build relationships throughout the therapeutic process. He desires to work along with the many other trans-identified/ally professionals to advocate for improved treatment and understanding of trans individuals within the mental health and medical fields. Emerson works from a strengths based perspective and utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness and solution focused approaches.

David Wamsley


David (he/him/his) obtained his Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2014 from ATS/a Graduate Division of Ashland University. He is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with a supervision designation in the state of Ohio.

David has experience working with children and adolescents, families, LGBTQIA individuals and families, geriatrics, and those who are providers in helping professions. He has worked in a variety of settings including schools/universities, home-based services, and community mental health agencies. His areas of treatment experiences include that of Autism, ADHD, child and adult anxiety and depression, grief, stress and trauma, life adjustments, and LGBTQIA-related issues, especially conversion therapy recovery. He has specialized training in stress and trauma-informed care, child and adult play therapy, intersex and transgender treatment, and telemental health delivery of services. David prioritizes a whole-person (body, mind, relationships) and client-centered (positive regard, empathy, genuine support) approach to treatment and utilizes evidenced-based Play Therapy techniques and interventions, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (regulating emotions, mindfulness, and building resiliency), Solution-Focused Therapy (client empowerment, problem-solving, and goal accomplishment), and Narrative Therapy (client values, client skills, and rewriting your story).

David enjoys using creative and interactive interventions with all ages and strives to be a non-anxious presence while encouraging clients to discover their story, develop effective life coping skills, and meeting their therapy goals.

Join Our Team!

We are looking to grow the practice in the near future. If you are a LPCC, independently licensed psychologist, or LISW, please inquire by calling our office. We are eager to hire practitioners that share a passion for creativity in treatment and would welcome an art therapist or registered play therapist to our team. Evening and weekend availability is preferred.