• Clinicians

    Kimberly Fuller, Ph.D., LISW-S, CST

    Owner & Clinician

    Dr. Kimberly Fuller (she/they) is the owner of Cleveland Sex & Intimacy Counseling and an Assistant Professor at Cleveland State University in the School of Social Work. She holds a Ph.D. in Human Sexuality Studies and a Master’s in Social Work. She has been in the social work field since 2012 and became a certified sex therapist in 2017. Dr. Fuller has authored ten peer-reviewed publications as well as two book chapters. She has 10 years of experience working in the field of sexuality and sees individuals and couples with an array of sexual concerns. Dr. Fuller is also in the process of co-creating a comprehensive and inclusive sex education curriculum to be piloted in Fall 2021. She is a Board member of the Ohio Sexual Health Collaborative.

     

    Kim is currently offering telehealth appointments only.

    Rachel Drotar, MSW, LSW

    Clinician

    Rachel Drotar (she/her) is a Licensed Social Worker with a Master’s in Social Work from the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis and plans to begin AASECT accreditation in sex therapy this year. Rachel brings experience in education, community and sexual health, and program management. Rachel believes in exploring joy and pleasure throughout the life course, drawing from radical acceptance, mindfulness practices, attachment theory, and the Enneagram. She values the exploration of sexuality and identity development within life transitions, in individual and collective trauma, and in living with chronic illness. Rachel provides trauma-informed, sex positive, and gender affirming care, holding space for spirituality and healing, as well as care to the LGBTQIA+ and consensual non-monogamy communities.
     
    Rachel offers both in-person and/or telehealth appointments depending on client preference.

    Jeff Goad, MSW, LSW

    Clinician

     

    Jeff Goad (he/him) is a Licensed Social Worker who has worked as a trauma therapist at the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center, a therapist at the Cleveland Health and Wellness Center, and has co-facilitated support groups for men living with HIV and AIDS and for male survivors of sexual abuse. He has a Master's in Social Work from Cleveland State University, received the National Association of Social Workers Student of the Year Award for Cuyahoga County, and is currently working toward receiving his AASECT sex therapist certification. As a member of the LGBTQIA+ community himself, he works with and affirms all gender and sexual identities and expressions. He primarily offers individual therapy for clients dealing with challenges related to human sexuality, shame, and/or trauma in a safe, non-judgmental, and trauma-informed space.

     

    Jeff offers both in-person and/or telehealth appointments depending on client preference. Jeff currently only sees individual clients.

    Celestia Helbrede, MSSA, LSW

    Clinician

    Celestia Helbrede (they/them) is a Licensed Social Worker with a Master’s in Social Work from the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University and is working towards full AASECT accreditation in sex therapy and education. They have been practicing therapeutic services while attending school for two years and have worked in private practices, hospitals, free clinics, refugee agencies, and with adolescents in a school-based setting. Celestia has a Bachelor’s degree in Community Advocacy from Ohio University, where they wrote their thesis on Appalachian Identity and Community Liberation. Celestia draws from radical acceptance and humanistic perspectives for her therapeutic practice while valuing cultural competence and social justice. Celestia is passionate about providing trauma-informed, sex- and kink-positive, and gender-affirming care. Additionally, they specialize in stress management, adolescent and young adult transitions, and body image and eating-related disorders.

     

    Celestia is currently offering telehealth appointments only.

    Madeline Hodgman-Korth, MSSA, LISW

    Clinician

    Madeline Hodgman-Korth (she/her) is a Licensed Social Worker with a Master’s in Science in Social Administration (MSW equivalent) from the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University. She has been practicing social work since 2017 and has worked in domestic violence shelters, hospitals, outpatient primary care, free clinics, substance use treatment, and Employer Assistance Programs (EAPs). Maddy has a Bachelor’s degree in History from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where she wrote her thesis on the history of sex education in the United States. Maddy draws from humanistic and relational-cultural perspectives for her therapeutic practice. She values intersectionality and utilizes a social justice framework, as well as LGBTQ+ affirming, trauma-informed, sex- and kink-positive, and Health at Every Size approaches.

     

    Maddy offers both in-person and/or telehealth appointments depending on client preference.

    Chloe Kaznoch, MSW, LISW-S

    Clinician

    Chloe Kaznoch (she/her) is a Licensed Independent Social Worker with a supervisory designation. Chloe attended The Ohio State University for both her Bachelor's and Master's of Social Work. She has been practicing social work since 2015, primarily with adolescents and emerging adults in the community hospital setting. She has experience in crisis management, managing chronic conditions, transition to adulthood, anxiety, and depression. Chloe practices with a collaborative approach, emphasizing the therapeutic relationship. She draws from several evidence-based practices such as cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, psychodynamic therapy, and mindfulness-based interventions. Chloe’s areas of interest include exploring identity, life transitions, adolescents and emerging adults, parenting, and managing stress and mental health concerns. Chloe is passionate about LGTBQIA+ affirming care, is trauma-informed, and sex- and kink-positive.

     

    Chloe offers both in-person and/or telehealth appointments depending on client preference.

    Hallie Poor, MSW, LSW

    Clinician

    Hallie Poor (she/her) became a Licensed Social worker in 2017 and has a Master's in Social Work from the University of Akron. Her professional experience includes working with the LGBTQ+ community and adults with PTSD. She has held previous positions focused on health literacy and sex education, advocacy in the community, and emotion regulation and skill-building for those who have experienced trauma. Hallie strives to provide an affirming, collaborative, and safe environment for individuals to work through anything from relationship and intimacy issues to exploring sexuality and gender identity.

     

    Hallie is currently offering telehealth appointments only.

    Katherine Rodgers

    Intern

    Katherine Rodgers (she/her) is an intern pursuing a Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Northwestern University. After graduation, Katherine is interested in working towards full AASECT accreditation in sex therapy. She held several sexual education and mental well-being-focused positions during her undergraduate career. Her therapeutic practice draws from a person-centered approach that encourages collaboration and exploration. Katherine strives to provide affirming care to clients seeking therapy relating to human sexuality, trauma-informed care, and gender identity.

     

    Katherine offers both in-person and/or telehealth appointments depending on client preference. Kat offers sessions at a reduced rate.

    Caleb Sargent, MSW, LSW

    Clinician

    Caleb Sargent (they/them) is a Licensed Social Worker with a Master's in Social Work from Cleveland State University. Caleb is currently working on their AASECT certification through the Sexuality Training Institute. Caleb's work history has been primarily dedicated to working with LGBTQ+ communities and community advocacy. They are a sex-positive therapist and is affirming of those in the LGBTQ+, kink & BDSM, and consensual non-monogamy communities.

     

    Caleb offers both in-person and/or telehealth appointments depending on client preference.

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