Singer is a 2002 graduate of Kent State University, and earned a
Masters Degree in Education, with an emphasis in Community
Counseling. She gained subsequent work experiences in a
child/adolescent community mental health agency. Employment and
volunteer work at two different rape crisis agencies enhanced Ms.
Singer’s skills in the treatment of victims-trauma.
A. Singer, L.P.C.C.
Served: Children, Adolescents,
Location: Cuyahoga Falls, Dressler,
Hospital C.A.R.E. Center
In 2007, Ms. Singer received advanced
training in Prolonged Exposure Therapy, (PET) and applied this
expertise within a study of this evidence-based treatment method
conducted by Kent State University and Summa Health System.
PET was recently selected by the Department of Defense as a Best
Practice for returning veterans demonstrating symptoms of
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Ms. Singer received an award as a
“Portage County Hero” from The Portage County
Council for the Prevention of Violence during National Crime
Victims’ Right Week in 2006. She has delivered
presentations regarding Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and
Prolonged-Exposure Therapy in the treatment of traumatized children and
adolescents. Ms. Singer is also skilled in the provision of
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Treatment. She has
focused her work at NEOBH on children, adolescents and adults.
and Neglect/ Domestic Violence
& Loss Counseling
Victims/Post Traumatic Stress
of Sexual Abuse