Pam Lemaster

Pam Lemaster, MA, LPCC, is a counselor who works primarily with adults and some youth on occasion. She also is a crisis prescreener for the local hospital and jail to determine risk of harm to self or others. Pam has worked for Appleseed since 2016 and is trained in trauma therapy using EMDR (Eye-Movement Desensitization Reprocessing). Once a month, Pam facilitates a grief group with the help of Hospice of North Central Ohio’s Bereavement Coordinator, Kailey Bradley, for those who are grieving the loss of loved ones through suicide. Pam graduated from Ashland Theological Seminary with her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, which prepared her for the ability to counsel others from a Christian perspective if they so choose.

Recent Updates

Domestic Violence Awareness Month Reflection

Domestic Violence Awareness Month Reflection

The month of October has come and gone, and for us at the Rape Crisis Domestic Violence Safe Haven of Ashland (a program of Appleseed Community Mental Health Center), much of it has revolved around promoting domestic violence awareness.

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Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

July is Minority mental health month, a time that we should all bring awareness to the struggles and difficulties that many minority groups face every day.

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Celebrate Your Mind Support Group

Celebrate Your Mind Support Group

Appleseed is able to offer Ashland County a unique support group approach for those who consider themselves voice hearers. The Hearing Voices Movement in the USA is spreading across our nation where individuals with shared life experiences are coming together in solidarity to share and support one another.

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