My Background

My name is Gabrielle Lyles. I have established Holistic Mental Health Healing Associates to provide a new approach and experience for those seeking support for their mental health. I am the best at facilitating the resolution of goals and challenges or put more simply, helping people with their problems, individually and as a group. Likewise, positive regard for people and competence in customer relations are two of the most important skills needed, therefore I have involved myself in activities that require me to do this from many different angles.
Understanding my community and the client population it is serving, here too my experience has afforded me an opportunity to serve through a multitude of activities. I have co-facilitated a therapy group for boys’ 1st-8th grade, a group of birth to age two children, showing maladaptive developmental signs and a group of mothers going through postpartum. Within this scope of work, I provided adequate crisis care while coordinating effectively with a health care team for clients in distress. I collaborated with a county justice system to rehabilitate offenders into society.
I have a balance of background experience that is relevant and valuable to any mental health practice. As a Counseling Intern it was my duty to collaborate in a multidisciplinary field the comprehensive therapeutic treatment of individuals, group, family or couples. Performing as a Community Mental Health Worker I practiced providing clinically competent care through education, role modeling, teambuilding, clinical documentation and quality monitoring
Fulfilling the role of Patient-Advocate for NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio I used leadership, team building, negotiation, and conflict resolution skills to build partnerships within and across my community to advocate for women. Working as a Mentoring Service Coordinator it was my responsibility to not only engage the Dayton community in various community service projects, but to mentor and arrange numerous mentors with mentoring opportunities in the area. As Case Manager of a youth employment program, I managed 40+ youth workers and community employers while providing job readiness training and assisting youth in developing fundamental life skills for managing their personal growth, interpersonal relationships, and career development.
Being aware of the limitations that written page presents, I am available for a personal interview to discuss how I can successfully work with the company to  making a direct difference with today's emotional, behavioral, and mental health issues. I look forward to an opportunity to speak with you soon.



My Qualifications

December 2020 - Current


Overseeing Operations

December 2019-Current


practice of professional counseling includes, but is not limited to, the diagnosis and treatment of mental and emotional disorders, including addictive disorders; psychoeducational techniques aimed at the prevention of such disorders; consultation to individuals, couples, families, groups, and organizations; and research into more effective therapeutic treatment modalities. Counselors’ training in the provision of counseling and therapy includes the etiology of mental illness and substance abuse disorders, and the provision of the well-established treatments of cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, and psychodynamic therapy. Counselors’ education and training is oriented toward the adoption of a truly clientcentered, and not primarily illnesscentered, approach to therapy

May 2018 - August 2019


Provide various individual, family, and group counseling to children, adolescents and adults. Co-facilitate group counseling to clients with various behavioral issues. Create and implement treatment plans for clients. Monitor and manage client files, and notes. Take precise data and notes on clients. Administrate behavioral assessments while monitoring clients’ symptoms.

June 2018 - December 2019


Develop and maintain a service relationship with youth and family. Develop and maintaining client service treatment plans. Provide Ohio Department of Mental Health Community Psychiatric Supportive Services. Provide clients and family with information on behavioral management, disciplining, household management and communication and relationship enhancement. Teach skills various coping, and social skills. Provides crisis intervention.

February 2017 - February 2019


Developed plans and prepared for civic engagement dealing with reproductive health, rights and justice. Trained and made preparation to utilize knowledge in legislative interactions. Collaborated with various national and local media outlets to advocate for woman patients. Utilized skills and knowledge to develop and implemented Woman’s advocacy project. Worked with national and local non-profits on various projects to advocate for woman’s justice.

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Healing Services

I want my patients to take control of their own healing. It is our mission at Holistic Mental Health Healing Associates to help guide our clients through their own healing process. We believe in taking a holistic approach,  A holistic approach to mental health takes into account all aspects of the individual, considering not only the diagnosis and symptoms, but emotional and social factors as well. By integrating holistic methods into the overall treatment plan a more comprehensive approach to healing will improve the clinical outcome. Your mind and body are intrinsic and inseparable!
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Our Vision

I’m an experienced Holistic Therapist in Cleveland, OH and a firm believer in taking a holistic approach to healing. Through my practice, I strive to align patients and promote well-being in order to keep the mind, body and spirit healthy. I envision a peaceful existence for all of my clients and strive to help the figure out and fullfill that goal.



The use of social media and electronic communication is a convenient and often preferred way of communicating. However, privacy and confidentiality are not guaranteed in these forms of communication. Counselors from Holistic Mental Health Healing Associates do not communicate with, or contact clients through social media or networking platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google, Instagram, Pinterest, etc. Additionally, if they discover that they have accidentally established an online relationship with you, they will cancel that relationship. This is due to the significant security risk these types of casual social contacts can create for you.
Our counselors may participate on various social networks for personal and marketing purposes, but not in their professional capacity as a Counsellor or Psychologist. If you have an online presence, there is a possibility that you may encounter them by accident. If that occurs, please discuss it with your counselor during your next session. We have researched this issue and concluded that social media communications with clients have a high potential to compromise the professional relationship. Please do not attempt to contact counselors in this way.
If you have any questions about anything in this policy, please bring them up with your counselor. As new technology develops and the Internet changes, there may be times when Holistic Mental Health Healing Associates may need to update this policy. Clients will be notified in writing of any policy changes. The website will also be updated to reflect any changes.


Holistic Mental Health Healing Associates at times posts articles related to wellness and psychology on our website, on the Holistic Mental Health Healing Associates Facebook page and may make other posts on Twitter or Instagram. We have no expectation that you as a client will follow these posts. Comments have been disabled on our website. Our primary concern is your privacy. You are welcome to use your own discretion in choosing whether to follow Holistic Mental Health Healing Associates posts.
Holistic Mental Health Healing Associates counselors do not follow current or former clients on blogs or Twitter.  If there are things from your online life that you wish to share with your counselor, please bring them into your session where we can view and explore them together, during the therapy hour.


Our counselors do not accept invitations from current or former clients to participate in their online social networks, nor do they invite clients to participate in their own personal online social networks (e.g., Facebook, Twitter). The practice of adding clients as friends or contacts on these sites can compromise your confidentiality and our respective privacy. It may also blur the boundaries of the therapeutic relationship. If you need to contact your counselor between sessions, please email, phone or text (depending on the preference of yourself and your counselor. If you have questions about this, please bring them up when with your counselor in your next session.


Please do not use messaging on social media or networking sites to contact your counselor.  These sites are not secure, and the messages may not be read in a timely fashion. Do not use Wall postings, @replies, or other means of engaging with your counselor in public online if you have an established therapeutic relationship. Engaging with your counselor in these ways can compromise your privacy, and may also create the possibility that the exchanges will need to be documented and archived in your client records, becoming a part of your legal, medical record.
Our counselors recognize that viewing clients’ online activities without their consent, and without explicit arrangement towards a specific purpose, could potentially have a negative influence on the working relationship. If there are things from your online life that you wish to share with your counselor, please bring them into your sessions where we can view and explore them together, during the therapy time.


Holistic Mental Health Healing Associates has a professional website that you are free to access to obtain information about our practice. You are welcome to access and review the information on the website and, if you have questions about it, please discuss them with your counselor during your therapy sessions. The website includes a contact form to use if you do not have your counselor’s Holistic Mental Health Healing Associates email address. Please include your counselor’s name and the word ‘confidential’ in the subject field.  The email will then be forwarded unread to your counselor. For example: Attn: Counsellor Amy, Confidential.


Counselors will not use web searches to gather information about you without your permission. It is our belief that this violates your privacy rights; however, we understand that you might choose to gather information about your counselor in this way. There is an incredible amount of information available about individuals online, much of which may actually be known to that person and some of which may be completely inaccurate or unknown. If you encounter any information about your counselor through web searches, or in any other fashion for that matter, please discuss this with your counselor during a session so that you can discuss its potential impact on your treatment.
Although it is not a regular practice for our counselors to search for clients on Google or Facebook or other search engines, extremely rare exceptions may be made during times of crisis. If they have a reason to suspect that you are in danger or if it becomes necessary as part of ensuring your welfare. These are unusual situations and if counselors ever resort to such means, they will fully document it and discuss it with you in person as early as is feasible.


You may find Holistic Mental Health Healing Associates on sites such as Yelp, Google, Yahoo Local, Bing, or other places which list businesses. Some of these sites include forums in which users rate their providers and add reviews. Many of these sites comb search engines for business listings and automatically add listings regardless of whether the business has added itself to the site.
You have a right to express yourself on any site you wish. Please note that by posting publicly about your counselor or counseling experience, you may inadvertently expose your private information. We urge you to take your own privacy as seriously as we take the commitment of confidentiality. You should also be aware that if you are using these sites to communicate indirectly with your counselor about your feelings about our work, there is a good possibility that they may never see it.
The therapeutic alliance is essential to the success of therapy. The relationship is so important in counseling that there must be a good fit. Not every counselor is a good fit for every client. What works for one person in therapy may not work for another. Counselling is a subjective and unique experience.

If you have a concern about a counselor or a session, the best approach would be to discuss that concern in person with the counselor. Discussing reactions with the counselor, whether they are positive or negative can be an important part of therapy. Even if you choose not to return to a counselor, it is important to let the counselor know directly why you felt it was not a good fit. By doing so, you may provide helpful information to the counselor and they may also gain a sense of closure. 

Sometimes clients may not feel safe or able to speak directly to their counselor. They then have the option of contacting the Holistic Mental Health Healing Associates at gabriellelyleslpc@holisticmentalhealthha.com. If there is an ethical issue or a client feels that something wrong has occurred, the best way to proceed would be to file a complaint with the counselor’s professional association or the regulatory body that registers that counselor. The regulatory body will investigate and take action if they deem it necessary. Please note that when filing a formal complaint, it is possible that details of therapy may be revealed in the investigation. Information on our counselors’ registration numbers and register body are found on receipts and on the website.

Protecting your confidentiality means that our counselors cannot tell people that you are a client. But you are welcome to tell anyone you wish who your counselor is or how you feel about the treatment provided to you, in any forum of your choosing. But, please do not rate or review your counselor’s work with you on any of the above-mentioned websites while you are in still in treatment. Doing so has a significant potential to damage your ability to work together, and may jeopardize your own privacy.