Anita M. Eddie MA, ATR, MSSA, LISW-S is a child and adolescent psychoanalyst, educator, art therapist, and external supervisor in clinical social work with over 25 years experience. Anita provides clinical services at The Hanna Perkins Center for Child Development as Clinic Associate, Mercy Regional Medical Center in Adult Psychiatry and Lakeshore Educational & Counseling Services. In addition, Anita is on faculty at The English Nanny and Governess School located in Chagrin Falls. In Shaker Heights, she works independently at her private practice as well as providing clinical services regionally across Northeast Ohio.
Anita started her career as an artist specializing in printmaking, painting, and collage She is a former art instructor with CMA young people's program serving as an assistant to Sally Matia (Cleveland artist). She graduated from CSU studio art program where she studied under Ken Navadomi, Marvin Jones and Gene Kagas. Anita earned her master’s in Art Therapy at Ursuline College and earned her second master’s in Social Work from Case Western Reserve University. Specialties: child-centered, family-focused psychotherapy; child development consultation child, adolescent & adult art therapies, and clinical social work.
Kimberly Bell, Ph.D.
Kimberly Bell, Ph.D. Joined The Hanna Perkins Center in November 2015 asClinical Director of the Hadden Clinic for Children & Families. The position includes an appointment to the John A. Hadden, Jr., M.D. Professorship in Psychoanalytic Child Development at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.Bell is a licensed clinical psychologist with nearly 20 years experience treating children, adolescents and families.
In addition to maintaining a private practice, Kimberly has served as a management psychologist, providing leadership coaching and pre-employment assessments. She continues to provide consulting services at Psychological & Behavioral Consultants, located in Beachwood, Ohio.From 2005 to 2010, Kimberlyworked at Hanna Perkins in the roles of co-director of the Hadden Clinic and director of the pre- and post-doctoral training programs.
Prior to moving to Northeast Ohio, Kimberly worked in Michigan doing assessment, testing and individual psychotherapy in both outpatient and inpatient settingsand served as case manager for a local community mental health center.She has taught at Hawken School, John Carroll University and the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Kimberly has lectured on child and adolescent development throughout the region.
Kimberly earned her bachelor’s degree at the University of Michigan-Dearborn and both her master’s and doctoral degrees in clinical psychology at the University of Detroit-Mercy.
Specialties: learning issues, parenting, separation anxiety and women’s issues