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Our mission at Willow Arts & Wellness Center is to serve you holistically, offering services for the Mind, Body & Spirit. We do this by offering separate yet synergistic services including Counseling/Psychotherapy Sessions,  Music Lessons including private Guitar, Piano, Voice, Woodwinds, and String instrument instruction, in addition to individual and group Music Therapy Sessions. So, whether you are seeking to make changes in your life and relationships, or pursue a musical passion, we look forward to helping you grow confidently in the direction of your dreams.


About Us

About Us

Sarah E. Walker, PCC, NCC (Professional Clinical Counselor & National Certified Counselor), is the Founder and President of Willow Arts & Wellness Center. It was her long-time dream to offer holistic services to the public by addressing people's needs pertaining to emotional, mental, physical, and creative health through the venue of an Arts & Wellness Center. Her general philosophy, "Passion is everything!" pairs well with the idea that one should, "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined," a quote borrowed from H. Thoreau and a sentiment Sarah strives to attain each day in her own life. Sarah obtained her undergraduate degree from the Baldwin-Wallace Music Conservatory and her graduate degree in Mental Health Counseling from Walden University, and has an extensive background both in Therapeutic Services as well as in the Performing Arts. As such, she is pleased to offer Counseling Sessions in addition to Music Lessons at Willow Arts & Wellness.

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Sarah E. Walker, PCC, NCC
Helping you grow confidently in the direction of your dreams.

The Team

The Team

Sarah E. Walker, LPCC, NCC
Owner; Music Instructor, Psychotherapist
Paul Harvey
Paul R. Harvey
Guitar Instructor
Andrew Hatfield
Strings & Piano Instructor

Sarah E. Walker, PCC, NCC (she/her/hers) is the Founder and President of Willow Arts & Wellness Center. She obtained her undergraduate degree from the Baldwin Wallace Music Conservatory, and has performed professionally with the Ohio Light Opera, Cleveland Opera Chorus, Sophisticated Swing, Loaded 4 Bear, and at many other theatre and music venues. Sarah also has voice-over and on-camera credits. She has been teaching private voice and piano lessons since 2004, and has classroom experience working with K-8th grade. Sarah went on to earn her graduate degree in Mental Health Counseling, and is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and National Certified Counselor. She has worked in the hospital setting with various popluations, as well as in private practice treating issues including addiction, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, OCD, self-harm, disordered eating, body image, grief, divorce, life transitions, codependency, stress, and LGBTQIA. Sarah's goal is help you move from wishing toward wellness as you grow confidently in the direction of your dreams. When not at Willow Arts, she loves to run, kayak, cycle, swim, and practice yoga. Sarah is married to Paul, her life partner, business partner, and inspiration to fully embrace life.

Paul (he/him/his) has been teaching guitar at Willow Arts since it opened in 2009, and has enjoyed instructing in the Cleveland area since 1987. He began his music career in 1971, studying the Hammond Organ with Jane Hoffman for six years. He transitioned to rock, jazz, and classical guitar before joining his first band in 1977. Throughout high school and college, Paul played lead guitar and keyboards in several bands, and co-founded an all-original, latin-influenced acoustic trio. Today, he performs live with Sarah, and writes and performs with the local band, The Mutts. When not making music, he loves to run, work-out, kayak, and work on his many inventions. Paul is currently accepting beginner and intermediate guitar students ages 10 and older.

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Madelyn Hasebein,

Board Certified Music Therapist, and
Voice & Piano Instructor


Robin Terschak
Voice & Piano Instructor

Andrew earned a Master of Musical Performance from Michigan State University, as well as Doctorate of Musical Arts in Violin Performance from MSU.

He is currently pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts in Historical Performance Practices from CWRU. He has also performed throughout the United States and abroad for years as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral player with both modern and period instruments.


Additionally, Andrew has years of experience teaching Cello, Violin, Viola, and Piano. He believes creative experiences are an essential aspect of life, and therefore will teach any student of any age, ability, or expectation. He adamantly believes in adapting an approach for each student depending on their progress, personalities, and what they hope to gain from each lesson.

Meghan Colbert
Meghan Colbert
Woodwind & Piano Instructor

Madelyn (she/her/hers) is a board-certified Music Therapist [MT-BC] affiliated with the Academy of Neurologic Music Therapy® [NMT], and has been practicing music therapy and voice/piano pedagogy at WillowArts and Wellness Center since July 2018. She is a graduate of Cleveland State University (2018) with a BA in Music Therapy and Vocal Performance and a Masters in Music (2022). Madelyn has engaged in various musical styles including classical, opera/operetta, music theater, indie/singer-songwriter (with piano, light percussion, guitar, and ukulele), and jazz/improvisation. Additional hobbies and interests include composing music, hiking, yoga, and meditation. In her pedagogy, Madelyn takes an individualized and holistic approach to inspire informed, creative, authentic connections between students, their applied foundational technique(s), and their instrument(s).

Robin teaches elementary general music in a Northeast Ohio school. She graduated from Capital University Conservatory of Music in May of 2022 with her bachelor's degree in Vocal Music Education. Prior to working with WillowArts, Robin taught private voice and clarinet lessons with Through the Staff, was involved with various types of choirs through internships and leadership opportunities, including the Columbus Children's Choir and Capital University Choral Ensembles (Chapel Choir and Cantabile), and received accolades such as the Edith M. Keller Memorial Scholarship through the Ohio Collegiate Music Education Association. In her spare time, Robin sings with Choral Spectrum based in Oberlin, OH and loves to spend time with her family, friends, and pets. 

Meghan is a clarinetist in the Cleveland area. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Clarinet Performance from the Baldwin Wallace Conservatory of Music, where she studied with a member of the Cleveland Orchestra. She received her Master's degree in Clarinet Performance from the Chicago College of Performing Arts where she studied with a member of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. She has participated in chamber groups in both the Cleveland and Chicago area as well as several music festivals. Meghan offers instruction in clarinet, saxophone, flute, oboe, and piano. 


Jessica Sammarone

Voice & Piano Instructor

Steven Cozzuli
Brass Instructor

Jess obtained her Bachelor’s of Music Education with an additional emphasis in Vocal Pedagogy/Health from Baldwin Wallace University in 2019. Before joining Willow Arts, Jessica taught through her own music studio and served as the children’s theater director at Apple Hill Playhouse in Pittsburgh, PA. Now, she enjoys teaching students in grades 5-12 as the choir director at Kirtland Local School District. In addition to teaching, Jessica sings with semi-professionally a cappella ensembles including Zero to Sixty A Cappella, and Revenant. One of Jessica’s largest interests is in exploring cross-disciplinary connections between speech language pathology practices and vocal instruction. She loves how music positively impacts psychology and social behavior. 

Steven Cozzuli is a trumpet graduate of the Oberlin Conservatory and a Northeast Ohio native. Steven has been teaching brass instruments for more than 8 years and is the current Brass Instructor for the Northern Ohio Youth Orchestra. 

He believes in a student-specific approach that outlines clear goals for both himself and his students and trusts that efficient practice is the key to improvement. 

Multiple students of his have been awarded a “1” (Superior) rating at regional Solo & Ensemble, the highest rating awarded at the event. 

As a performer, Steven has had the pleasure to perform in some of the world’s finest concert venues - including Severance Hall in Cleveland and Carnegie Hall in New York. He currently maintains an active performing career with the Ashland Symphony, Firelands Symphony, Buckeye Brass Quintet, and Interlakes Summer Theatre. 

Graduating from as diverse an institution as Oberlin College and Conservatory, Steven is incredibly grateful for all of the growth he has achieved in his interpersonal skills. He believes it is crucial to be able to empathize with people from all backgrounds and locations and applies this to all instances of teaching and performing with a group.



At Willow Arts & Wellness Center, we are pleased to offer:
Music Therapy Sessions
Music Lessons


(State Licensed LPCC and Nationally Certified NCC)


including Guitar, Piano, Voice, Woodwind, and Strings


for groups and individuals (Board Certified Music Therapist)


Contact Us

Willow Arts & Wellness Center

806 Sharon Drive Suite B Westlake, Ohio 44145

Tel: (440) 539-2906


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