Gabe M. Burke
Gabe is a Masters Level Licensed Social Worker in the State of Ohio. Gabe obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Tiffin University and his Master’s degree in Social Work from The Ohio State University. Gabe is a member of the National Association of Social Workers. In addition, Gabe is a certified Adoption Assessor in the State of Ohio.
Gabe has almost ten years of experience in social work and has worked in corrections and child welfare. Gabe also identifies as an Ohio Army National Guard Veteran. Gabe has knowledge and experience with a wide variety of issues such as racial identity, men’s issues, veterans, substance abuse, sex/internet addiction, relationship issues, codependency, PTSD, depression, anxiety, adoption, spirituality, coping with injuries, and grief/loss.
Gabe is a son, brother, husband, and father. He has a special interest working with groups affected by and recovering from spiritual abuse. He is a believer in holistic and alternative treatments. Gabe loves OSU football, UK basketball, going on walks & hikes, traveling, binging Netflix shows, listening to his favorite music artist K Camp, collecting exclusive Yeezys, and his Nintendo Switch.
Keisha A. Savage
Licensed Independent Social Worker with a Supervision Designation (LISW-S) in the state of Ohio. She holds a Master's Degree in Social Work (MSW) from The Ohio State University. She graduated from Cleveland State University with undergraduate and graduate degrees in Sociology. Her degrees in Sociology focus on Race, Class, and Gender Inequality as well as Family Systems, with a minor in African American Studies. Keisha is a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW).
Keisha has over 15 years of experience working with a diverse population of individuals, children, and families in Ohio with multifaceted issues surrounding the abuse and neglect of children. She has worked with clients in clinical and community settings. Keisha has worked with individuals who have experienced physical/sexual abuse and neglect, behavioral issues, intimate partner violence, substance use, anxiety, depression (including postpartum depression), relationship challenges, life transitions, grief/loss, trauma, and stress. Keisha's professional areas of interest include self-esteem, stress, family conflict, racial identity, ethnic/cultural issues, minority issues, women's issues, and the intersection of race, culture, class, gender, spirituality and mental wellness.
Keisha is a daughter, wife, mother, grandmother, veteran, and human. She has trust in the therapeutic process and is dedicated to reducing the stigma of mental illness. She has a personal interest working with groups affected by cultural, racial, and intergenerational trauma. She is a believer in holistic treatment and practices veganism, yoga, and meditation in her personal life. Keisha loves plants, growing vegetables, and is an unofficial member of The Beyhive.