Identify individual strengths and needs, and equip children, youth, adults, and their families with the personalized
academic, social, and mental/emotional skills necessary for success in school and life.
Rebecca Becker, Psy.D.
Rebecca Becker, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist who received her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Child and Adolescent Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, Illinois. Prior to obtaining her doctorate, she also received her Bachelors of Arts Degree from The Ohio State University. Dr. Becker completed her post-doctoral training while working at an established private practice in Louisiana and has previously worked as a school psychologist for school districts in Ohio, Louisiana, and Texas.
Dr. Becker currently resides in Powell, OH with her husband and daughter. As a founding partner of Achieve Psychological and Academic Services, Dr. Becker provides comprehensive psychological and educational evaluations for children, adolescents, and young adults. She specializes in the evaluation and diagnosis of conditions including Autism, ADHD, learning disabilities (i.e. dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia), Anxiety, and Depression. Dr. Becker utilizes a Cognitive Behavioral and skills-based approach to therapy services. She emphasizes the establishment of co-created goals for therapy and monitoring of the client’s progress towards these goals. In her free time, Dr. Becker enjoys cooking, crafting, and cheering for the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Sophia Whitehouse, M.A., Ed.S.
Sophia is a School Psychologist licensed by the Ohio Board of Psychology and the Ohio Department of Education. She received her Master's Degree and Educational Specialist degree from The Ohio State University. Sophia completed her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology at Capital University in Columbus, OH. She has 8 years of experience working in public education with all grade levels and 2 years of experience working in private practice.
Mental health issues that affect learning, such as Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, poor social skills, behavioral issues, stress management, poor organization skills, learning disabilities, self-esteem issues, and poor "adulting" skills are the most critical issues Sophia evaluates for and/or treats. Her primary services are psychological testing/diagnosis and counseling.
Sophia's specialties include: counseling with adolescent and young adult women (high school through graduate/professional school), working with cognitively gifted youth and young adults, and diagnosis of mental health problems in gifted individuals.
Sophia and her family currently reside in Shawnee Hills, OH. Outside of work, Sophia enjoys spending time with her husband, two young children, and two pugs, practicing mindfulness and yoga, reading, playing video games, and learning new things.
Annette Badamy, M.A., LISW
Annette offers a supportive, safe and collaborative environment and utilizes person-centered, strengths-based, and solution-focused therapeutic approaches. Through the use of body, mind and spirit techniques and other research-based methods, Annette supports clients in developing skills that promote greater resiliency. Her current specializations include anxiety, depression, OCD, relationship concerns, ADHD, ASD, behavior modification and trauma. She enjoys working with individuals, couples and families.
Annette’s 26 years of experience in vocational and special education have allowed her to work with youth with disabilities, especially learning disabilities, behavior issues, ASD and ADHD, and she understands how mental health plays a vital role in the learning process. In addition to clinical therapy services, Annette offers educational advocacy to provide support and guidance to families throughout the evaluation process and the development of an appropriate plan (IEP or 504 plan) and she collaboratively and creatively works with the team to ensure your child has what they need to be happy and successful.
Annette received her undergraduate degree in Human Ecology: Vocational Food Service Education, her Masters in Special Education, and her Masters in Social Work from The Ohio State University. Her previous counseling experiences include community-based services, where she supported individuals and families coping with a wide array of mental health and basic needs concerns and as a clinical mental health therapist in private practice working with youth and adults.
Annette offers services in person and through teletherapy.
Re'Sean Jetson, Ph.D.
Re'Sean completed his Bachelor's degree in 2015 from Capital University, where he majored in Psychology and double-minored in Social Work and Theatre. He pursued his master's degree in 2018; receiving an M.S.E. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Dayton. While pursuing his master's degree, he worked for 3 years at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus providing behavioral therapy and other mental health services to children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. He completed his doctoral internship at The Ohio State University, where he created a Self-Care group aimed at conveying the importance of establishing healthy practices outside of academic and vocational work. He attained his Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at the University of Memphis in August 2022. Re'Sean is completing his post-doctoral work under the supervision of Dr. Rebecca Becker.
Re'Sean utilizes a person-centered and emotion-focused approach to therapy. He believes it is essential to create a safe space for clients with an atmosphere of unconditional positive regard, empathic understanding, and authenticity; so that they may fully and safely process their concerns. He also believes that each client is the expert in their own lives and understands the steps necessary to self-actualize (attain self-fulfillment). He aims to serve as the “guide on the side” to assist clients in reaching their full potential.
Re'Sean's professional interests include identity development, multicultural issues, LGBTQ issues, first-generation college students, trauma, self-care, self-esteem, mindfulness, anxiety, depression, emotional intelligence/regulation, ADHD, toxic masculinity, Hip-Hop, underserved or marginalized populations, and issues related to Black/African-American clients, In his personal life, Re'Sean enjoys MUSIC, MUSIC, MUSIC (especially Hip-Hop), creative expression, art, traveling, binge-watching HBO Max, and any other self-care activity that helps him avoid doing real work.
Angela Pachana, Psy.S.
Angela Pachana, Psy.S., is a licensed School Psychologist through the Ohio State Board of Psychology and Ohio Department of Education. She received her M.A. in Clinical Psychology at Cleveland State University in 2012, and her Psychology Specialist degree in School Psychology from Cleveland State in 2014.
Ms. Pachana has worked in the public school setting for 9 years with experience in psychoeducational evaluations, consultation, intervention, and counseling. She has experience working with all ages (preschool through adolescent), with particular experience working with elementary-aged children. She has a diverse background working with children with autism, anxiety, mood disorders, behavioral disorders, trauma, ADHD, dyslexia, and learning disabilities.
Ms. Pachana believes in the importance of developing a strong relationship with children and providing counseling and intervention through the use of hands-on activities and play. She believes in helping children to recognize and use their strengths to overcome their challenges. She also provides parents and educators with specific tools needed to help children in their everyday lives at home and at school.
Ms. Pachana specializes in the following areas:
- cognitive behavior therapy to treat anxiety, depression, and other disorders
- difficulties with self-regulation and impulse control
- difficulties with executive functioning (organization, time management, planning)
- behavior intervention
Selena Spencer, Ed.S., NCSP
Selena is a School Psychologist, licensed by the Ohio Board of Psychology and the Ohio Department of Education. She has worked in education for over a decade in various roles. Selena received her Master's Degree and Educational Specialist degree from The Ohio State University in School Psychology. Selena has practiced as a school psychologist within the public school setting for 6 years as well as within private practice for three years. She received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Rio Grande in Early Childhood Education as well as her reading endorsement. Before becoming a school psychologist, Selena was a classroom teacher and reading specialist. Selena is currently pursuing her administrative license as well as her certification in Orton Gillingham.
Selena is not only passionate, but advocates for the Science of Reading, LGBTQIA+, and Equity in education. She currently serves on the executive board of the Ohio School Psychologist Association as the Co-Chair for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Additionally, Selena enjoys working with children and adolescents that may be experiencing anxiety, ADHD, depression, difficulty with regulating their emotions, needs within executive functioning, and Specific Learning Disabilities (such as: Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, and Dyscalculia).
Her primary services include: counseling, therapy, social groups, and diagnostic evaluations. Selena’s specialties include: counseling/therapy with middle/high school age children, working with children/adolescents within the LGBTQIA+ community, completing diagnostic evaluations for school age children that may have a Specific Learning Disability (such as: Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, and Dyscalculia).
Selena goes by the pronouns of she/her/hers and currently resides in Powell, Ohio. Her interests include: spending time with friends and family, Crossfit, running, boxing, reading, fashion, watching movies, and learning as much as she can about new research-based approaches.
Heather Koch, M.A., CCC-SLP
Heather Koch is a Speech-Language Pathologist with a Masters degree from the University of Pittsburgh in Communication Sciences and Disorders with a concentration in Speech-Language Pathology. She completed her undergraduate education at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Heather currently holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, state licensure from the Ohio Speech and Hearing Professionals Board, as well as an educational license from the Ohio Department of Education for practice within the school setting.
Heather has experience working with clients from early intervention through adulthood in a variety of settings including home-based services, adult day habilitation centers, special needs school districts, preschool, elementary, middle, and high schools. She is currently a school-based Speech-Language Pathologist.
Heather loves watching her clients achieve their goals. Seeing a child's eyes light up when realizing their achievement is the best motivation to come to work! She is a New Jersey girl by way of Minnesota and has been in Ohio for the past 9 years. She loves spending time with her husband and daughter in Dublin.
Jennifer Eganhouse, M.Ed., Ed.S.
Jennifer is a School Psychologist with approximately 15 years of experience assessing individuals with disabilities to determine
cognitive, academic, and social-emotional functioning in order to determine eligibility for school-based and community
social services. This includes eight years practicing school psychology in public school systems working with students
with a variety of learning and social-emotional issues and intensity of need.
Jennifer obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Special Education from Clarion University of Pennsylvania in 2001. She holds a Master's of Education degree and Educational Specialist in School Psychology from Kent State University.
Tabitha White, Office Manager
Tabitha joined the practice in February 2023. She has brought with her over 15 years of pediatric primary care and practice management experience.
She enjoys working with clients to improve their mental wellbeing and to become the best version of themselves.
Tabitha resides in Cardington, Oh with her husband, 3 children, 2 dogs, 1 grand-dog, 2 cats, a flemish giant rabbit and a russian tortoise. She enjoys watching her children participate in track, cross country, music and theater. She also has a passion for health and wellness and is an avid runner. She has completed multiple 5k's, half marathons and even completed the Columbus Marathon in 2018. Her favorite place on earth is St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands!