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Angela Davis (MBA, LCDCIII, QMHS)

Nicole Woolery (LISW)

Nicole is a licensed independent social worker. Her specialities are young adults, children, and adolescents. She is passionate about assisting others in working through life's challenges and getting them to a place of positivity and hope.

Paula Adolfson 

Paula Adolfson is our office manager. She handles the financial and business aspects of our organization.  She is also a friendly face you will see in our loveland office, and a cheerful voice you hear when you contact A Ray of Hope.

Dona Bailey (LISW-S)



Karen Wocher is a licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with a Supervisory Endorsement From the state of Ohio. She received a bachelor of Psychology & Master of Social Work from University of Cincinnati. Obtained a Certified Forensic Counselor & Certified Domestic Violence Counselor Certificate. Has 20 years of experience working with individual adults, couples, adolescents in a wide variety of settings in private practice, mental health & substance abuse facilities. Psychiatric Mental Health Counseling experienced diagnostic clinician. Has mentored college students seeking licensures. Works also includes military family issues listed in military registary .Takes a cognitive Behavioral approach, reality therapy, client centered, solution focused, experiential extentialism, meditation, eclectic approaches. Specializes in: anxiety/panic attacks, stress management, trauma, PTSD, depression, bereavement, relationship difficulties, parenting challenges, employment issues, life transitions, ageing parents, ADHD, anger management, mood swings, substance abuse issues for a better life strengthening the individual.

Vonda Willis ​​(LPC)

Chuckeia Folley a licensed Therapist (LPC) with specialty in elderly, adults and teens dealing with mental and emotional problems. Chuckeia has a B.S in Psychology and a M.S. in Counseling Psychology.

Dona Bailey is an Independently licensed social worker with supervisory designation (LISW-S).  She received her bachelors of Social Work from NKU in 2000.  She graduated with a Master degree in social work from the University of Cincinnati in 2007. Over the last 17 years Dona’s experience includes case management, wrap around, integrated care (mental health/medical) and therapy services. Areas of focus include but are not limited to: trauma/abuse related issues, depression, anxiety, ADHD, SPMI. I believe that in a wholistic approach to treatment.  I believe that we are all unique and celebrate diversity. I have an eclectic flexible style to meet the needs of people where they are at on their journey through life. Through the process of therapy we will work together to build the tools needed to get through that journey.     

Stephanie Siegrist (CNP)



Chuckeia Folley (LPC)

Yvonne Fernandez (RN, BSN, MA)

Yvonne Fernandez is our founder at A Ray of Hope. She is an ambitious registered nurse and a passionate life coach. Her counseling style is direct, conversational, compassionate, and full of hope.  Her mission is to provide the best quality care to her clients, so they can have the greatest quality of life. 

Deborah Reynolds ​​(LISW-S)

Deborah graduated Summa Cum Laude from Miami University in 1995.  She achieved her Masters in Social Work in 1998 from the University of Cincinnati. Deborah is an experienced  Licensed Independent Social Worker, Supervision Status in the state of Ohio.  This license means that she has completed requirements and field instruction to assess, diagnose and provide treatment for psychosocial, mental health and substance abuse problems.  Deborah has provided formal supervision and instruction for students in their master’s program.  She enjoys opportunities to provide educational workshops in the community. 

Rosalind Sistrunk ​​(MA, LPC, CDCA)

Relationships are an essential part of our lives. I have a passion for helping others improve their lives and relationships. It is my understanding that relationships are built on three components: mutual trust, empathy, and love. Once achieved, the relationship bond will grow deeper and richer each time there is a positive connection. If any one of these components is impaired, the foundation of the relationship will be negatively impacted. There is reparative hope in counseling. I offer individual, couple, family, and premarital counseling. I take a holistic approach when working with clients using systemic therapy, attachment theory, and spirituality when requested. I am here to support you as you begin your journey to improve the quality of your life and relationships.