Our Clinical Staff

LANCASTER


Our Lancaster office currently accepts clients Tues and Thur. The therapist listed below works in both the Lancaster and Pickerington office. You may call to see specific schedules for each office to see which works best for you.

William Hargett, MA, LPCC-S

Prime Behavioral Health Lancaster Clinical Staff Member William Hargett, MA, LPCC-SWilliam Hargett, LPCC, is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor who has maintained a private practice in Fairfield County since 1991. He is in the Lancaster office on Tuesdays and Thursdays. He has clinical experience in a variety of settings: inpatient and outpatient centers, community based mental health, and private practice.

Mr. Hargett has extensive clinical experience working with families, children and adolescents. His areas of expertise include behavioral and developmental disorders, anger/temper outbursts, ADD/ADHD, social skills, anxiety and depressive disorders. In addition, he provides therapy to adults who are experiencing mood disorders, unresolved grief, relational and marital problems, and stress due to family or work related issues. Mr. Hargett has been involved in leadership at both state and local levels. He has served as the past Crisis Coordinator for Fairfield County Emergency Services, and the Vice President and President of the Ohio Crisis Network.

PICKERINGTON


Our beautiful Pickerington office sits directly behind the Pickerington Medical Complex and Pharmacy. All of our clinicians practice in this office, and you may call to get their specific schedules.

Erin Bryant, MSW, LISW

Erin Bryant, LISW, is a Licensed Independent Social Worker, completing her undergraduate degree in Social Work from Miami University and her graduate degree from The Ohio State University. Erin is in the office on Mondays and Wednesdays. In 2007, she began her clinical experience in a mental health setting working with children, adolescents, and families.

Erin has experience working in the community setting as well as assisting families with school related problems. Erin often utilizes a cognitive-behavioral approach. She has a particular interest in empowering individuals and helping them cope with life’s difficulties. Erin specializes in anxiety disorders, PTSD, disruptive behaviors, mood disorders, depressive disorders, ADHD, and anger management.

William Hargett, MA, LPCC-S

Prime Behavioral Health Pickerington Clinical Staff Member William Hargett, MA, LPCC-SWilliam Hargett, LPCC, is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor who has maintained a private practice in Fairfield County since 1991. William is in the Pickerington office on Mondays and Wednesdays. He has clinical experience in a variety of settings: inpatient and outpatient centers, community based mental health, and private practice.

Mr. Hargett has extensive clinical experience working with families, children and adolescents. His areas of expertise include behavioral and developmental disorders, anger/temper outbursts, ADD/ADHD, social skills, anxiety and depressive disorders. In addition, he provides therapy to adults who are experiencing mood disorders, unresolved grief, relational and marital problems, and stress due to family or work related issues. Mr. Hargett has been involved in leadership at both state and local levels. He has served as the past Crisis Coordinator for Fairfield County Emergency Services, and the Vice President and President of the Ohio Crisis Network.

Megan Yaraschuk, MEd, PCC

Prime Behavioral Health Pickerington Clinical Staff Member Megan Yaraschuk, MEd, PCCMegan Yaraschuk, PCC, is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with a Masters degree in Community Counseling from the University of Dayton. She has been working with children, adolescents, and adults in the mental health setting since 2008.

Megan has experience working in the office setting, as well as in the community and in the schools. She has a particular interest in working with trauma victims. Megan primarily utilizes a cognitive behavioral approach and also enjoys using art to help facilitate change. She has experience addressing a wide range of problems including PTSD, ADD/ADHD, anxiety disorders, grief, mood disorders, depressive disorders, anger management, and disruptive behaviors.

Michael Gacnik, LPCC

Prime Behavioral Health Pickerington Clinical Staff Member Michael Gacnik, LPCC
Michael Gacnik, LPCC, has an extensive background of working with individuals and families as well as youth and adults in a variety of mental health areas.

Michael’s philosophy is, “If you change your perspective, you can find the good in even the darkest of corners.” As your counselor, Michael will provide an empathetic, safe and confidential place for you to work through those dark corners of your life. Additionally, he will work with clients as young as 12 who are struggling with mental health issues, including depression, anxiety and trauma.

Michael’s professional experience includes working with older youth in a residential setting who struggle with behavioral and mental health issues, including inappropriate sexual conduct, Oppositional Defiant Disorder and more. He has also spent time as a central Ohio caseworker working closely with families involved with the Juvenile Court system. Most recently, Michael has 10 years of experience counseling dual diagnosed adults.

Michael earned his undergraduate degree in Psychology from Heidelberg University. He then continued his education earning a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University and became an Ohio Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC).