Memorial Hospital News
Jayne Williams earns P.C.C. credential
Jayne Williams, M.S.W., L.P.C.C. from the Memorial Hospital Center for Mental Health & Well-Being recently passed the National Clinical Mental Health Counselors exam. By passing this exam, the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board recognizes Williams with the Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (L.P.C.C.) credential.
According to Jeff Vogel, M.A., L.P.C.C., director, Center for Mental Health & Well-Being, “Jayne earned her L.P.C.C. credential as a direct result of her commitment to providing great care to her clients.”
Williams’ preparation for the exam over the past five years included a practicum, entering the Heidelberg University Master’s of Counseling Program, participating in an internship and taking other related courses. Williams has been with the Center for Mental Health & Well-Being since 2000; her professional interests include working with a comprehensive range of mental and emotional conditions, such as chemical dependency, abuse, mood disorders and much more.
Williams sees clients full time at the Findlay office of the Memorial Hospital Center for Mental Health & Well-Being, which is located at 1100 E. Main Cross (in Findlay). The center has a large staff of licensed professional counselors, therapists, social workers and psychiatrists who treat individuals for a comprehensive range of mental health issues. For more information, call the center at 419.424.2011, or visit memorialhcs.org/mental-health.