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Michelle Duncan LISW-S, LICDC


Teletherapy Link for Michelle

Getting to Know Michelle

I have a dual Bachelor's Degree in Criminology/Sociology and a Master's Degree in Social Work from The Ohio State University. I also completed advanced coursework in mental health/addiction/development disabilities from Columbus State Community College. 


I have over 15 years of experience working in correctional, hospital, non-profit, community mental health/substance abuse, and educational settings. My role often functions simultaneously as teacher and coach, fostering a positive, encouraging relationship with clients and using that relationship to reinforce healthy, behavior change. 


Currently, I am on the board of directors at the Harcum House and previously served as the Secretary/Treasurer of the Executive Committee. I also serve on the board of directors to the Fairfield County ADAMH Board. I am currently the Chairperson for the Program and Quality Committee. I love helping those in need and being an active member in our community.


I was the 2018 Ohio Hospital Association Nominee for Fairfield Medical Center as the Healthcare Worker of the Year for my work with the Substance Abuse Stabilization Unit (SASU) and Project DAWN initiative. As the (previous) Coordinator of the SASU/Project DAWN, FMC was also awarded the 2018 Promising Practice Award for Overdose Prevention by the Ohio Injury Prevention Partnership. 

I have experience dealing with trauma, grief-related issues, rare diseases, bariatric concerns, blended family issues, among numerous other conditions! I am here to help YOU reach YOUR goals. So I look forward to getting to know you. 



Megan Hughett LISW-S

(Part-Time) Clinician

Some Words About Ann

I am a licensed independent social worker with a supervisory designation. I earned my Bachelor’s Degree from Ohio University and my Master’s Degree in Social Work and Education from The Ohio State University.  I have over 24 years of social work experience and truly enjoy working with youth, families, groups, and adults. I am experienced in working in non-profit community mental health settings, crisis services, healthcare, and education. I use a client-focused approach to help individuals reach their goals and live their best lives. I have worked with individuals who have significant trauma, serious mental illness (SMI), suicidal ideation and previous attempts, depression and anxiety, personality disorders, and grief-related issues.  

Ann Kennedy LISW-S


Getting to Know Megan

I am an independently licensed social worker with supervision designation. I graduated from The Ohio State University in 2015 with a Master's of Social Work Degree. I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Child & Family Developmental Studies from Ohio University in 2012. 

I have extensive experience working with various populations, from children to older adults. Previously, I worked in community-based mental health settings and in a college setting providing short-term mental health counseling to enrolled students. Currently, I work full-time for the VA as a Home Based Primary Care Social Worker.


I am a clinician that typically uses a holistic and adaptable generalist approach. I can also use other therapeutic, evidence-based interventions such as ACT, CBT, DBT, EMDR, and Expressive Arts. I do use a trauma-informed approach with all clients. Generally, I typically see clients during evenings and Saturdays (teletherapy only). I look forward to working with you on your journey to well-being.

Some Words About Jennifer

I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with a Supervisor Designation.  I graduated from Ohio University earning both my Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and later a Master’s of Education Degree in Clinical Counseling. I have over 26 years of experience working with youth and families in a variety of settings including home-based programs, the criminal justice system, education, community mental health, and other child-serving agencies.

Typically, I use a client-focused approach to identify strengths as well as challenges. I enjoy helping youth and their families recognize their strengths as they build additional skills to understand themselves, improve relationships, and cope with life’s challenges. My clinical strategies often used include play/activity therapy, parenting skill development, resiliency, family systems, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and trauma-focused CBT. I have experience in the areas of trauma, ADHD, grief, challenging behaviors, life transitions, depression, anxiety, among many other conditions.   

I would like to provide a safe and neutral setting for clients to help identify concerns and learn new skills. I look forward to working with youth and their families to meet their goals. 

Jennifer Beckley-Watson LPCC-S

(Part-Time) Clinician


Crisis Hotline:

Text 741741 or call 740-687-8255 (TALK)

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