We believe that a patient should know what they are expected to pay before the service is rendered, not after, which unfortunately is all too common. Too often we are expected to comply without reservation, get tests and treatments without any knowledge about what we will owe on the backend. We are seeking to change that by letting you know upfront what your treatment or care will cost you.
Meet Our Providers
Beena Persaud, PSY.D
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Persaud is originally from Springfield, Missouri. She moved to Ohio in 2010. She has worked in private practice and university settings for the past eight years. She offers a goal oriented and supportive environment for therapy. At the core she utilizes multicultural cognitive behavioral therapy with client centered features. This allows her to support clients in examining their thought processes while creating positive change. She is courteous, engaging, and involved in care for her patients. She has a direct communication style and progressive approach to holistic mental health, including both physical and mental well-being. Her passions include working with diverse cliental, including adolescent and adult clients with a range of issues including anxiety, trauma, body image/weight management, depression, grief /loss, and LGBT issues.
In her free time, Dr. Persaud enjoys spending time with her family, which includes her three young boys. She also enjoys working out and experimenting with “healthier” recipes for her family.
Licensed Family Nurse Practitioner
Ohio Association of Advanced Practice Nurses Member
Tom Flood grew up in Massillon, Ohio. He became interested in nursing after watching his mother and sister pursue their degrees in nursing. He believes that with the guidance of the provider, patients can and should take more responsibility for their healthcare. That being said, he also believes that patients should be fully aware of what their healthcare costs will be before they receive services or treatment. Tom strongly believes in preventative care and treating the whole individual. He wants patients to have a better quality of life and health without being afraid of what it will cost them.
In his spare time Tom loves spending time with his three sons. He is also an avid Ohio sports fan. He loves watching the Buckeyes, Cavs, Indians, and even the Browns.