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Meet Our  PCG  ClinicTeam

Our Leadership

Pamela "Pam" Schneir

Pamela "Pam" Schneir

M.S.Ed., LPCC-s

Pamela “Pam” Schneir is a Clinical Supervisor at the practice. Pam is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with a supervisory designation. She graduated from the University of Akron in 2008 with a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy/Counseling. Pam has worked in several different settings as an office-based, family preservation, adolescents, and couple’s therapist. She has been a supervisor for the last 8 years where she enjoys training new therapists the skills to help individuals make positive lasting lifelong changes.


Pam has experience working with individuals, families, and couples at all levels of care including working with youth involved in the juvenile justice system and with parents of the youth. Her areas of specialty include mood disorders, anxiety disorders, family relational issues, parenting skills, negative school behaviors, career counseling, and couples counseling. Pam has served on several committees including county crisis incident response team, agency and community leadership, and a multidisciplinary team working with at risk youth.


As a clinician, Pam is known to be genuine, sincere, supportive, strength and solution focused, and accepting. She has worked with people with different backgrounds and socioeconomic walks of life. Pam supports her clients by collaborating with each person to focus on their goals for treatment and working on a step-by-step plan that is like a roadmap to growth.


Pam enjoys spending time with family and friends and enjoys traveling within the US and in Europe. Her constant companion is her dog Maddie who is a sweet hound mix. In her free time, she practices mindfulness and has taken up hydroponics and likes to taste the fruits (and vegetables) of her labor.


Pam’s pronouns are She/Her/Hers

Rachel Cobos

Rachel Cobos

MA, LPCC-s

Rachel Cobos is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and Clinical Supervisor at the practice. Rachel obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Bowling Green State University and earned her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at John Carroll University. She has experience working with teens and adults individually and in groups in outpatient and community based settings. Rachel is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and certified in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.


Rachel has experience working with a variety of populations and concerns including severe mental illness, trauma, mood and personality disorders, anxiety disorders, dual diagnosis, relationship and interpersonal concerns, life adjustments, self-care and LGBTQIA+ populations.


Rachel’s therapeutic approach involves working collaboratively with clients to explore concerns and identify solutions using evidence-based interventions such as CBT, Motivational Interviewing and Solution-Focused methods. Rachel aims to empower clients and assist in enhancing self-awareness. As a clinician Rachel is genuine, supportive and direct and hopes to maintain a safe, inviting space for clients to explore their goals.


Rachel is a new mom and enjoys spending time with her family and dog. In her free time she loves to read, spend time outdoors, get in some exercise/movement and enjoy her guilty pleasure of reality tv.


Rachel’s pronouns are She/Her/Hers

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