Georgene Voros strives to treat all children and families at C&A with the care and professionalism she would expect for her own family. She believes families deserve quality clinicians with the best skills, the best training, and big hearts. She also believes that families and youth deserve of a safe and comfortable environment so they can have a warm, welcoming experience during what can be difficult times.
Voros began working at C&A as an intern in 1997 and was hired on full time in 1998. She has been a therapist working with children from early childhood through adolescence, has worked as a school-based therapist, a trauma therapist, a DBT therapist, and a SIBR therapist. Voros is a clinical supervisor and has held multiple supervisory and administrative positions overseeing numerous departments and programs at C&A. In her current role as Chief Clinical Officer, Voros is responsible for overseeing all clinical functions, programs, services
services and staff. She also collaborates with funders and community partners (StarkMHAR, School Districts, Jobs and Family Services, Juvenile Court) to help with our program initiatives. When Georgene is not working, she enjoys painting, traveling, reading and spending time with family and friends.
Her educational background includes a bachelor’s degree in management from Malone University and a Master’s degree in Community Counseling from The University of Akron. Voros is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with a Supervisory Designation (LPCC-S).
Fun facts about Georgene:
Favorite ice cream: Butter Pecan from Taggert’s
Favorite children’s book: Winnie the Pooh
Hobbies: Painting, traveling, reading, Sudoku puzzles