Timothy Luis, PhD

The driving passion of the life of Dr. Luis is to provide genuine understanding and practical, achievable solutions to individuals seeking balance in their lives. Throughout his career working with children, adolescents, adults and families, Dr. Luis has observed that we often overlook the simple and effective ways in which we can create a fulfilling life. While building on strengths, the personal approach of Dr. Luis is ideal for those ready to take the next step in life by overcoming stumbling blocks to regain balance in their lives.

Dr. Luis was raised in Worthington, Ohio and left the state to earn his undergraduate degree at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. He then earned his Master’s and Doctorate degrees from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana with a focus on treating anxiety, stress and sadness. He completed his training at the University of Arizona Medical Center in Tucson, Arizona prior to fulfilling his desire to return home to central Ohio. During his time in the south and southwest Dr. Luis developed his relaxed and comfortable style, providing the space, calm and sense of security so appreciated by those with whom he works.

After working with a group practice in Upper Arlington, Dr. Luis opened Orleans Psychological Services in Powell in 2016. He chose Powell for its vibrant community life, focus on family and the achievement-oriented nature of its citizens and his own fond childhood memories. Dr. Luis lives with his wife, three young children and family dog and enjoys the opportunities to engage in community activities and spend time in nature with his family.

Sarah (Elder) O’Donnell, LISW

With her roots in northwest Ohio, Sarah incorporates the important lessons of acceptance and understanding from her upbringing as well as her personal traits of genuineness and openness into her collaborative therapeutic approach. Several years ago, Sarah moved to Columbus where she earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from The Ohio State University, fell in love with the community, and since decided to settle in the northwest suburbs with her husband and their pup.

Sarah possesses a passion for attending to the whole person, including their social, emotional, spiritual, physical, occupational, environmental and intellectual capacities. In this way, she addresses overall wellness in individuals and their families with the ultimate goal of positive growth in their lives outside of the therapeutic setting.

Sarah possesses extensive experience working with teens and young adults with autism and their families, as well as individual work with young adults and adults addressing challenges posed by anxiety, relationships, work, grief, life transitions, self-esteem, and future planning. With a focus on achieving balance in the lives of young adults and adults, Sarah employs her genuine and positive personality to make others feel immediately at ease and to collaboratively develop attainable plans for positive change in their lives.

Barbara Jones Warren, PhD, RN, APRN, PMHCNS-BC, FNAP, FAAN

Dr. Warren is a Professor of Clinical Nursing at The Ohio State University College of Nursing, Director of the Psychiatric Nursing Program and Affiliate Faculty for the Kirwin Institute for Race and Ethnicity at The Ohio State University. Most recently, Dr. Warren served as the Interim Director of the Doctor of Nursing Practice Program. She has extensive experience in leadership positions within mental health settings and within nursing. Having published numerous articles and book chapters on practice, theoretical, and research issues regarding mood disorders and healthcare disparities, she is considered a national expert and consultant in areas of culture, diversity and inclusion within mental health organizations and systems. Dr. Warren is a National Institutes of Mental Health Racial/Ethnic Minority Fellow and Postdoctoral Fellow, a Fellow in the National Academies of Practice, and is a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing. Dr. Warren is active in the American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA) where she served as its National President. Dr. Warren pioneered the Executive Nurse position for the Ohio Department of Mental Health. In this position, she developed policy regarding mental healthcare in the context of recovery and culturally and linguistically appropriate strategies for use within acute and primary care settings. In 2016, she received the Hildegard Peplau and the APNA Psychiatric Nurse of the Year. Dr. Warren also has a private practice in which she provides psychotherapeutic, evidence-based interventions for individuals, couples and families.


As a lifelong central Ohio resident, Dr. Amy Smith is passionate about and dedicated to serving her community. With a focus on the overall health of an individual’s mind, body and spirit, she partners with individuals, families, and communities to achieve wellness. Dr. Amy Smith emphasizes that the foundation of resilience and recovery is built from a non-judgmental and accepting approach to care. She empowers individuals and families with the knowledge and skills they need to reach their true potential. 

Specifically, Dr. Amy Smith provides medication management and psychotherapy to address mental health conditions including severe mental illnesses; mood disorders; depression, and anxiety; trauma-related disorder including PTSD; dual diagnosis; substance use disorder including treatment for opioid use disorders; and childhood developmental disorders among many others. 

Dr. Amy Smith specializes in treating individuals experiencing difficulties with mental health and substance use disorders, with an emphasis on the treatment the whole person and integrating care.  In addition to providing direct services, Dr. Amy Smith has been instrumental in developing interdisciplinary and collaborative programs in the community to improve access and quality of care for all those she serves.

Dr. Amy Smith is a committed, lifelong learner and educator who is a dually Certified Nurse Practitioner, with specializations in Psychiatric Mental Health and Family Practice.  She is also an Assistant Professor of Clinical Practice at The Ohio State University College of Nursing where she teaches the next generation of nurse practitioners in the psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner program.

Ally Regan

Ally brings her diverse experiences to therapy which include life transitions, being a mother and a collegiate athlete. Her down-to-earth, open and welcoming approach provide a supportive and understanding environment for her clients.

Ally believes everyone has a unique story to tell and that we all transition through various seasons of our life. Some moments are joyous and meaningful while others can be unbearably painful and lonely. Ally is a therapist who values every “page of your book” or every “season” and believes the more we understand who we are and where we come from, the easier it becomes to connect with our true self and to begin the healing process. Her work is centered around overall health and wellness as well as providing solutions to help individuals and couples achieve the best version of themselves.

Ally Regan is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has worked extensively with teens, adults, and couples for the past 12 years. Her areas of focus are depression, anxiety, stress, relationship and life transitions, parenting strategies, as well as specializing in treating maternal mental health (infertility, pregnancy loss, postpartum depression and anxiety). She was a collegiate athlete and also specializes in performance-based anxiety and sports psychology related issues.

Her goal is to create a non-judgmental space where clients can come just as they are. She values honesty and boldness and maintains a sense of humor and lightheartedness in session when needed. She strongly believes therapy should be a place to be “unfiltered” as well as a place to say the really hard things out loud. She understands how challenging it can feel to start and her goal will always be to walk through each season with you with empathy and support. She looks forward to meeting you.

Jeanne Clement, APRN, PMHCNS-BC

There are many reason that people make the decision to see a therapist. Frequently the reasons reflect a felt need to make changes in their lives and they want to explore how, what, where and sometimes why. Often an individual may have a problem in living that they would like to explore and work with a non-judgmental third party to solve.   As a therapist, Dr. Clement believes that her job is indeed to work with the person or persons who seek therapy to find the answers to the feelings, ideas and issues that brought them to the practice.

Dr. Clement’s decision to enter into the field of mental health, then to focus on becoming a therapist began on the first day of her first class in psychiatric nursing when the professor said: “The best therapeutic tool you have in this field is yourself.” In the past 60 years that has proven to be one of the best decisions of her life.

In the 40+ years she has been in private practice she has had the privilege of working with a variety of individuals, couples and families with diverse life experiences, cultures, beliefs and values. Her debt to them can never be repaid. Her work together with them has enabled her to grow in her respect for the human spirit and its’ ability to adapt, change and heal.