OUR WHOLE TEAM
Cinnamon S. Reiheld,
MA, MSW, LISW-S, LICDC-CS, CCTP, Founder
Cinnamon Reiheld has been working with communities and individuals for over 20 years and is a professional counselor, trainer, a life coach, and community educator.
Cinnamon S. Reiheld, MA, MSW, LISW-S, LICDC, CCTP began working with trauma survivors in 1998 when she resettled war refugees from Eastern Europe in their new home of Washington D.C. Cinnamon holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Toledo, a Masters in Social Work and a Masters of Arts in Women’s Studies, receiving both graduate degrees from The Ohio State University. Cinnamon has taught courses at The Ohio State University and Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago.
In the past twenty years, Cinnamon has had a variety of work experiences that afforded her the opportunity to develop areas of expertise and provide effective, results-driven services and education to individuals, groups, communities and organizations.
First Responder Work
Cinnamon specializes in providing behavioral health services to the first responder community. She serves fire, police and dispatch departments across Ohio and the Tristate area. She has been trained by New York's "bravest" in Psychological First-Aid, TF-CBT, the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation-endorsed intervention of TF-CBT, certified as a Clinical Trauma Professional and is a trained reiki practitioner. She has been recognized for her service by the International Association of Fire Fighters.
For more about Cinnamon's first responder experience, read here.
A Central Ohio native, Cinnamon resides in Cincinnati with her husband Ed, and their two dogs, Ani and Ben. When she's not at work or hanging out in fire houses, she enjoys refinishing and re-purposing furniture and coming up with great ideas for home projects that Ed can do.
Diana M. Uthenwoldt,
MSW, LISW, LCDC-III
Diana’s experience includes case management and therapy focusing on trauma recovery and addiction. At Whole House, she specializes in working with police forces and addressing the unique needs of police departments and officers across the Tristate area.
Diana was born a California girl but has settled nicely in the Midwest and we’re excited to have her as a part of our team. Starting as a social worker in case management, she moved up through the ranks quickly to therapist. She honed her craft focusing on trauma recovery and addiction as well as police culture. She enjoys working with individuals who have been dually diagnosed with mental health issues and addiction to find healthier coping skills and ways to manage stress and trauma triggers. Diana says, "My goal as a therapist is to help clients find ways to be the person they want to be and build the life they want. I enjoy helping people add tools to their tool box. Everybody is doing the best they can and with new tools, they find they can do better. I have a casual approach to allow clients to feel comfortable. Therapy can make a person feel vulnerable and knowing that, I work hard to build the trust it takes for a person to open up.” She is a graduate of University of Montana and completed her graduate work in Social Work at University of Cincinnati.
First Responder Work
Diana recognizes that police officers face factors in the workplace that are unparalleled among other professions. The shift work, the long hours and unpredictable schedules, the exposure to critical incidents, on the job injuries, and the frequent focus of public attention and criticism can lead to any number of medical conditions. High blood pressure, insomnia, heart disease, diabetes, PTSD, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, relational distress—these are just a few of the things that affect officers. Trauma is real. The only way to manage it and the effects are to treat it. Diana utilizes Cognitive and Dialectical Behavior Therapies to help those who have been trapped or held back by their past experiences find hope.
In her spare time away from the clinical office, Diana enjoys spending time with her partner Jerrod, her cats, Henry and Khan, reading, playing Sudoku, and watching Netflix. She balances that out with her recent love of training for and running half marathons and growing her race medal collection.
Four Rooms© Coach
Andrea joined the Whole House team to partner with us in launching our Four Rooms© Coaching Series.
Andrea was inspired to join Whole House when she realized her goals of building communities for women to support other women crossed over with the goals of treatment, recovery, and growth at Whole House. She is as wise as she is inspiring, and her ability to "walk the path" with coaching clients to testament to how vulnerability as the greatest strength. "I believe that finding your gift and changing the game means finding your true self by helping others."
When not changing lives, Andrea enjoys retreating to her cabin in the woods with her husband Chris, and her dog Sissy, or spending time with children and grandchildren.
Jason Mount, Social Work
Jason joined the Whole House team to contribute his unique gifts to our clients as well as enhance his already existing trauma-competent therapeutic skill set.
Jason was inspired to transition his support at Whole House from one of our dedicated supporters to actual staff as he completes his Bachelors of Social Work and begins his MSW at Spring Arbor University. Jason's passions include addiction and recovery, alternative healing, research and information sharing into new and upcoming trauma interventions, and nutrition. Jason resides in Toledo and travels to the Cincinnati area to provide services and also is able to provide teletherapy and telecoaching. He is also actively building our academic library as part of our Resource Room for those who have experienced trauma and stress related symptoms. Jason's past and current experience include non-profit services, mental health case management, addiction/recovery support and nutrition coaching.