Above: Mental health professionals from our Community Treatment Sites attend the CCR’s 2016 Annual Conference for CETCLEVELAND® trainers and coaches.

CETCLEVELAND® trainers are professionals in social work, nursing, psychology, counseling, vocational rehabilitation and other related disciplines. They are experienced coaches/therapists who have provided direct service to individuals recovering from mental illness.


saraSara received her Master of Social Work from the University of Texas. She has served as a Therapist/Care Manager at PLAN of North Texas, The Galaxy Center, Casa Shelter, and the YMCA of Metropolitan Dallas.


carolCarol received her Master of Social Work from the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. She has worked in various settings, including mental health centers, hospitals, foster care, hospice, rehabilitation center and dialysis clinic in a wide variety of responsibilities, including clinician, program director, and Executive Director.


robynRobyn Georgius is a Licensed Independent Social Worker. She received a Bachelors and Masters degree in Social Work from the University of Toledo, Ohio. Over the last six years, Robyn has worked as a Care Manager for clients with severe mental illness, as a Community Caseworker for HIV positive and dialysis patients, and as a Therapist for Community Mental Health. Her experience includes working with adults and groups dealing with a wide range of issues including: anxiety, depression, trauma, stress, grief, gender and sexuality issues, and relationship issues. .


VictorVictor has been a CET Coach since 2007. He also is a community mental health educator and law enforcement training specialist with several Cincinnati organizations, including the Cincinnati Police Academy and Cincinnati State College. He received a Master of Arts from Athenaeum of Ohio and a Master of Theology from Mount St. Mary’s Seminary in Maryland.


stacyStacy has served as a certified CET Coach and Program Coordinator since 2007. Previously she was the Executive Director of PLAN of Southwest Ohio, Inc. in Cincinnati, Ohio where she directed agency operations, provided clinical oversight and conducted community education. She earned her PhD in Applied Behavior Analysis and Special Education from The Ohio State University.