Isaac Weaver, Psy. D.
Isaac Weaver came to C&A in 2015 as a doctoral intern, then became a post-doctoral fellow and is now the Sexually Inappropriate Behavior Remediation (SIBR) Program Manager. The program consists of three components: full treatment for youth adjudicated for sexual offenses, healthy sexuality for youth completing court-ordered diversion programming and youth referred from the community, and psychological evaluations for court-referred clients.
Weaver strongly believes in a holistic approach to treatment in order to prevent problem sexual behaviors and to promote pro-social behavior among youth served within the SIBR program. He is committed to collaboration with community members, members of the juvenile justice system and other mental health providers in order to raise awareness regarding the unique needs of youth who have demonstrated problem sexual behaviors and for the purpose of preventing problem sexual behaviors. As part of his commitment,
Weaver sits on the multidisciplinary team at Children’s Network of Stark County Child Advocacy Center.
Weaver’s earned a bachelor’s degrees in communication arts and psychology from Malone University, and a Psy.D. in clinical psychology from Wheaton College.
Fun Facts about Isaac:
Favorite ice cream: Chocolate chip cookie dough
Favorite pizza: Buffalo Chicken from Romeo’s
Favorite children’s story: All the World by Liz Garton
Hobbies: is a self-defined “Dylanologist” – a true Bob Dylan aficionado.