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Jessica N. Szenborn, MS, LPCC, LICDC

Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor

Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor

Jessica received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Youngstown State University.  She went on to earn her Master of Science Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Walden University. Jessica is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and a Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor in the State of Ohio.  She has worked in the mental health field since 2000.  Since earning her Master’s Degree, she has worked in private practice providing counseling services to adults.  She assists her clients with issues of chronic pain, depression, anxiety, PTSD, grief & loss, trauma etc.  Jessica specializes in cognitive-behavioral therapy, EMDR, as well as mindfulness techniques with her clients.  Jessica is also the founder/owner/operator of Northeast Behavioral Health.


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Karipineni R. Prasad, M.D., A.B.P.N

Board Certified Psychiatrist

 

 

Licensure:

  • FLEX (Federation Licensing Examination), 1975
  • ECFMG
  • Ohio – Active License
  • New Mexico, Iowa, Pennsylvania – Inactive Licenses
  • Board Certification:  Psychiatry and Neurology, 1978

Education:

  • Received M.D., B.S. in 1967 from Rangaraya Medical College, Kakinada, India
  • Education Council for Foreign Graduates, 1972

Educational Experience:

  • Rotary Internship: House Surgeon 1968-1969, Gandhi Hospital, Secunderabad, India
  • Residency: In Pscyhiatry, 3 years (1973-1976)  Mental Health Institute, Independence, Iowa, Associated with the University of Iowa
  • 3/1969-3/1973: Captain in Indian Armed Forces, Medical Corps

Professional Experience: 

  • 12/2012-Present:  Consulting Psychiatrist, Northeast Behavioral Health
  • 07/2005-06/2015:  Consulting Psychiatrist, St. Elizabeth Hospital
  • 11/1999-3/2015:  Consulting Psychiatrist, Turning Point
  • 5/1997-6/1999:  Medical Director, Pathways Center for Geriatric Psychiatry Inc, Youngstown Osteopathic Hospital
  • 1/1989-12/1995:  Chief Medical Officer, Trumbull County Mental Health Board
  • 6/1986-6/1998:  Medical Director, Woodside Receiving Hospital
  • 6/1988-6/1990:  Medical Director, Parkview Counseling Center
  • 6/1986-6/1997:  Consulting Psychiatrist, Parkview Counseling Center (Currently named Turning Point)
  • 7/1977-12/2002:  Private Practice in Psychiatry Associates in Mental Health, Inc. Youngstown, OH Owner, full time practice
  • 1981-1999: Private Practice in Psychiatry Associates In Mental Health, Inc. Sharon, PA Owner
  • 8/1978-8/1980:  Director of Psychiatric Education, Younstown Hospital Association. (Work involved program planning, consultations and teaching students.)
  • 10/1978-9/1989:  Assistant Clinical Director, Woodside Receiving Hospital. (Work involved teaching patient care and administration.)
  • 10/1976-10/1977:  Staff Psychiatrist, VA Hospital, Danville, IL, Chief of Adult Psychiatric unit

Professional Memberships:

  • American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, resigned membership 1999
  • American Association of Psychiatrists from India
  • Ohio State Medical Society, resigned membership 1997
  • Mahoning Medical Society, resigned membership 1999
  • American Medical Association, resigned membership 1997
  • American Academy of Clinical Psychiatrists, resigned membership 1997

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Monica Petrilla, LISW-S

Licensed Independent Social Worker-Supervisor

Monica received her Bachelor’s in Social Work from University of Akron and her Master’s in Social Work from Aurora University. Since receiving her LISW, she has worked in several community based mental health centers serving children, adolescents, adults and couples in Ohio, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. Monica worked as an intake worker and therapist for a battered women’s shelter. She worked as a forensic social worker at Elgin Mental Health Center and a minimum security prison. Monica also worked as a therapist for Belmont Pines Residential Unit. She was employed as a psychiatric social worker for St. Elizabeth Health Center and St. Joseph Health Center. She was contracted as a guidance counselor for Girard Elementary and Middle schools. She also worked as a therapist for psychiatrist Anil C. Nalluri, M.D.  Monica has been employed with Northeast Behavioral Health since 2012.

 


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 Melissa Haire, PA-C

Certified Physician Assistant

Melissa joined the practice in 2018. Prior to joining NEBH, she has practiced as a physician assistant with Alteon Health in the emergency department in Boardman, Ohio. She also worked in emergency departments and urgent cares over the past nine years. She has experience dealing with many different patient populations.  Melissa is passionate about health and wellbeing. She feels strongly that medicine should be focused on teaching patients how to care for their bodies, and assisting them with appropriate medical treatments.

 

 


NEBH LogoSM2       Edward Crino, LPC

                                 Licensed Professional Counselor

Ed received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in psychology and his Master of Science in Education Degree in community mental health from Youngstown State University. He has been working in the mental health field since 1982. Ed worked as a unit manager for Gateways to Better Living, where he assisted the staff with helping individuals with multiple disabilities. He worked for Eastern Mental Health, providing assistance to individuals with emotional difficulties.  He worked as a vocational counselor at Goodwill Industries. Most of his career, he worked at Hillside Hospital helping individuals with emotional and adjustment issues related to CVA, TBI, head trauma, spinal cord injuries and amputations. In addition to specializing in these medical issues, Ed has extensive training in stress management, relaxation techniques, and anger management. He worked on the psychiatric unit at St. Elizabeth Hospital administering cognition tests. Most recently, he worked in an outpatient clinic, where he gained a vast knowledge of Ohio Workers’ Compensation. He has assisted numerous individuals and their families adjust to the emotional and physical hardships of a work-related injury.


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Chemical Dependency Counselor Assistant