• James Vincent, M.A., LPCC-S

    Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
    Supervising Counselor


Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
Supervising Counselor

Bachelor’s Degree, Valley Forge University, 1996
Master’s Degree, Clinical Counseling, Ashland University, 2004
Ashland Theological Seminary and Emerge Pastoral Counseling Cohort

Professional History
Mr. James Vincent started his history of counseling in Pennsylvania in 1998 where he worked for Mars Home for Youth. He later worked as an in-home child and family therapist from 2000 until 2010.  He became a licensed counselor in the state of Ohio in 2007.  During his time as an in-home therapist, Mr. Vincent worked with children and families at home and in schools–attending I.E.P. meetings and coordinating with the schools as needed. His internship for his master’s degree in counseling was completed at the Crisis Center of Canton. He currently is working as an outpatient therapist and supervises therapists who are working towards their independent license.


  • Child and family therapy
  • ADHD & Oppositional defiant disorder
  • Behavior management
  • Parent skills training
  • Autism spectrum disorders
  • Couples therapy
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Trauma therapy

Professional Objectives
Provide mental health therapy and education for individuals and families.

Theoretical Orientation
“I believe in an eclectic approach tailored to each individuals needs including:

  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  • Trauma Therapy
  • Pastoral Counseling

Certificates/Special Training

  • Formerly Certified Trauma Counselor (pursuing renewal)
  • Training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy for individuals and children.