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Tana Gadelsayed is recognized as a Licensed Independent Social Worker in the State of Ohio. She received her undergraduate degree from Bowling Green State University, and her master’s degree from Case Western Reserve University. In the past 10 years of her experience, she received extensive training in Multisystemic Therapy while she worked as an MST therapist in Queens, New York with adolescents on probation and their families. Later, she worked in San Cristobal, Galapagos, Ecuador with high school students addressing the various social-emotional and health needs of teens on the island.
She has since worked with adolescents in a prevention-based program through a local community mental health agency to address the mental health and substance abuse concerns high school youth face. Most recently, Tana worked as a college clinical counselor, providing therapy to students with various diagnoses. During this time, she developed a passion for treating athletes in order to assist them in managing their specific treatment needs. Tana’s areas of specialty include anxiety, depression, social skills, school issues, self-esteem, anger management, emotional reactions to sports related injuries and injury prevention, and grief/loss. She has specialized training in QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) a prevention-based program aimed at reducing suicidal behaviors.
Additionally, Tana began boxing in 2011 and is now Safe Sport trained as a USA Boxing Level I Certified Boxing Coach.