About our Therapists
All of our therapists are committed to promoting YOUR success and growth!
Each of our therapists has a unique speciality and passion, which allows us to personalize your session to meet your specific needs. If you have a need that you don’t see addressed here, please contact our office directly. Our therapists have training and experience in a wide range of areas, so although it may not be highlighted here, we are confident that one of our therapists will be able to help you.
Meet our Therapists – Sylvania Location
Marc B. Dielman, Ph.D.
Marc is a psychologist licensed in the states of Ohio and Michigan. He graduated from the University of Toledo with a Ph.D. in School Psychology and a major emphasis in Family Therapy. He has had extensive training in brief therapy through the Brief Family Therapy Center in Milwaukee, WI. Dr. Dielman works with a wide range of problems in children, adolescents, and adults. He has experience in working with couples and family difficulties, as well as individual problems. Dr. Dielman has extensive experience in psychological evaluations of children, adolescents, and adults in identifying ADHD, learning disabilities, emotional problems, assessing for memory loss, and providing bariatric evaluations.
Wesley Konesky, Licensed School Psychologist
Wesley is licensed by both the Ohio State Board of Psychology and the Ohio Department of Education. Graduating from Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Secondary Education, a Masters, and Education Specialist Degree in School Psychology, she has over 20 years of experience working in public and private school settings. Wesley has also taught Educational Psychology and Early Childhood Literacy Methods at the collegiate level. Having advanced, post-graduate training in school neuropsychological assessments, Wesley specializes in the assessment of learning disabilities (dyslexia- reading, dysarthria-math, and dysgraphia-writing), AD/HD, autism, memory, executive functioning, and language evaluations. She uses a strengths and weaknesses perspective to identify patterns of learning, helping parents and schools build intentional supports and interventions to help learners of all ages be successful.
Douglas Felt, Licensed School Psychologist
Douglas is licensed by both the Ohio State Board of Psychology and the Ohio Department of Education as a school psychologist. He graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a masters degree in psychology with an emphasis in school psychology. He worked as a school psychologist for the Toledo Public Schools for 35 years and has received a number of awards including the Ralph Gross Award for innovative practice in school psychology. Mr. Felt has also worked part-time at The Pediatric Center for the last twenty-five years where he specialized in the assessment and treatment of attention deficit / hyperactivity disorder. Mr. Felt has taught at both the University of Toledo and Bowling Green State University at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Terri Fletcher, M.A., L.P.C.
Terri is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Ohio. She graduated with a Master’s Degree in Counseling from Spring Arbor University. Her experience includes individual counseling, group counseling, and diagnostic testing. As a therapist, she is able to integrate her knowledge of mental health issues and her compassion to help others overcome personal difficulties, problem-solve, and work towards positive personal experiences. Some of the issues she works with include: clients who are struggling with life transitions, grief and loss, anxiety, depression, divorce, ADHD, and behavioral issues. Her goal in therapy is to provide a safe space for you to be yourself and help you discover your strengths.
Beth M. Barrow, Licensed School Psychologist
Beth is licensed by both the Ohio State Board of Psychology and the Ohio Department of Education as a school psychologist. She graduated from John Carroll University with her Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She went on to earn her Master’s Degree and Specialist Degree in School Psychology from the University of Toledo. Beth has worked in the public school setting as a school psychologist, administrator and Executive Director for over 20 years. She is experienced working with students, preschool through grade twelve and their families. Beth has taught graduate level courses at the University of Toledo in the School Psychology Department. Beth is focused on helping all children succeed by focusing on their strengths and providing intervention ideas for their areas of weakness. She is the proud Mom of two college age children.
Brooke Cole MSW LSW
Brooke is a licensed social worker in the state of Ohio. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Toledo and her Master’s from Spring Arbor University. Her experience includes crisis intervention/prevention, anger management, and working with those who experience depression, anxiety, PTSD, and loss/grief. Brooke likes to start out by building a strong rapport with her clients and providing empathy. She utilizes a strengths-based and person-centered approach to get the client to where they want to be. Brooke wants to meet the client where they’re at in their life and offer a safe space while doing so.
Erinn Smith, MSW, LISW
Erinn creates a therapeutic space that is accepting, easy-going, relatable, compassionate, and empathetic. Erinn’s therapy style is client-centered, solution-focused, engaging, and affirming. Erinn earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work from The University of Southern California. Erinn has experience in both private practice and community mental health settings, as well as school-based mental health services. As a therapist, Erinn has provided counseling for clients of all ages and has helped them deal with issues ranging from trauma and anxiety to depression and eating disorders, and body image concerns. She has a passion to assist couples to improve their personal and interpersonal challenges and help them to achieve their goals as well as working with individuals within the LGBTQ+ population. Erinn’s approach is based on the principles of client-centered therapies with a focus on strength-based practices. Erinn strives to be an approachable and relatable partner in the therapeutic process with her clients throughout their road to recovery and self-improvement. She really enjoys engaging with diverse clients and feels that a key component in helping people heal and grow is the connection.
Jennifer Gill, Licensed School Psychologist
Jennifer is licensed by both the Ohio State Board of Psychology and the Ohio Department of Education as a school psychologist. She graduated from Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She went on to earn her Master’s Degree and Education Specialist Degree in School Psychology from the University of Toledo. Jennifer has over 20 years of experience working in public and private school settings. She is experienced in working with students in preschool through 12th grade and their families. Jennifer feels the key to learning is to understand your strengths and weaknesses. She is the proud mom of two college-age children and a highschool child and enjoys spending time with them.
Taylor Freeman, BSW, LSW
Taylor is a licensed social worker in the state of Ohio. She obtained her social work degree from Lourdes University. Some of her experience includes working with those who experience depression, anxiety, trauma, ADHD, autism, and FASD. She specializes in psychological testing and evaluation for children and adults. She provides support in many different areas that include but are not limited to personal relationships, mood regulation, parental divorce, grief and loss, self-esteem, executive/ daily functioning struggles, parenting, and trauma processing. She utilizes a strengths and systems-based perspective, creating a safe space for clients to express their struggles while going through solution-based treatment.
Alizia McBride, MA, LPC, NCC
Alizia is a nationally certified Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Ohio. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Lourdes University and her Masters of Counseling degree from Spring Arbor University. She brings with her over 15 years of experience that includes 10+ years in the criminal justice field, as well as various social services positions and community based work. As a therapist, Alizia’s background includes assistance/support with crisis intervention, trauma, loss/grief, stress management, anxiety, depression, substance abuse issues and couple’s therapy. She believes in creating a safe space where individuals can address their issues holistically. One of her main goals is to help clients maximize their life through shifting their perspective and ultimately changing their behavior. She is also capable of providing a Christian perspective for those who would like to incorporate their spiritual beliefs. She welcomes clients from all walks of life and looks forward to offering a positive support for their journey. She aspires to have a green thumb, loves to laugh, and enjoys quality time with family, traveling, live music and good food.
Aaron “Jake” Hayden, MSW, LISW-S
Jake Hayden earned his Masters in Social Work at Wayne State University in Detroit Michigan and his Bachelors of Science in Psychology at the University of Michigan at the Flint Michigan branch campus. Jake has spent the majority of his career working in the community mental health setting. He has experience working with individuals from a diversity of socioeconomic backgrounds and functional capacities. This interest and skill in working with diverse populations comes from his time spent at Wayne State University, where this was a focus of his graduate program and studies.
In addition to his time spent in mental health settings, he also worked in the hospice setting. While working as a hospice based therapist, he gained further exposure and experience addressing issues of death, and dying and the grieving process as experienced by both the dying and their surviving loved ones. While working in this setting, he was provided training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy. Jake continues to use this therapeutic tool in his current practice to address and alleviate issues of trauma. Jake makes use of a variety of therapeutic approaches including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Multisystemic Therapy (MST), and Trauma Informed Care (TIC). Drawing from Multisystemic Therapy and Trauma Informed Care, he believes that a person can be more fully understood if their life experiences are more fully understood and affirmed. He also believes that a person’s current coping and actions are often shaped by these past experiences, and make sense when put into these contexts. Drawing from his training and experiences as a Social Worker, he is also aware of the interrelationships between the individual person and their larger social environments.
Jake is available to see people from all walks of life and age groups. He strives to provide a casual, patient, and empathetic approach. He is often given feedback that this approach has been helpful for people who are entering into therapy for the first time and are anxious about the process.
Rachel Redondo, M.A.
Rachel is currently in the clinical psychology doctoral program at Bowling Green State University (BGSU). She has her master’s in clinical psychology from BGSU. Prior to her study of clinical psychology, she received her master’s and bachelor’s in accounting from Texas A&M University and a bachelor’s in psychology from University of Houston – Downtown. At Center for Solutions in Brief Therapy, Rachel specializes in psychological testing and evaluation. She has experience with ADHD, learning disability, and intellectual disability assessments.