Stacey Grano is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with a Supervision designation. She has been the Clinical Director for the North region at ViaQuest Psychiatric and Behavioral Solutions (VPBS) for over four years. Prior to VPBS, she provided trauma informed counseling services to survivors of abuse for eighteen years at Bellflower Center for Prevention of Child Abuse (now, the Domestic Violence and Child Advocacy Center). She earned her bachelor’s degree from Ohio University, majoring in psychology and a master’s degree from John Carroll University in the community counseling program. As Clinical Director of VPBS, North region, she supervises therapists and caseworkers providing services to individuals that are dually diagnosed with mental health disorders and intellectual disabilities as well as services in the community and in long term care facilities to individuals with mental health diagnoses. She also sits on the Summit County Board of Developmental Disabilities’ Human Rights Committee.
Specialties include: trauma informed care, dual diagnosis (ID/MH), depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, schizophrenia and personality disorders.
Experience with: children, adolescents and adults.