TOLEDO COUNSELING & MENTAL HEALTH
Our team is comprised of experienced mental health therapists who have a wide range of specialties, and service clients of all ages. Our counseling services include individual, couples, group, and family counseling. Whether you, or a loved one, are suffering with depression, anxiety, or adjusting to a phase of life, our therapists can help.
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Meet Our Team
Mohamed Badra Ph.D., PCC-S, NCC
Dr. Mohamed Badra is a board certified clinical counselor, counselor supervisor, and an adjunct professor who utilizes empirically evidenced therapeutic modalities to help you achieve your goals. Dr. Badra has earned his masters (Clinical Mental Health Counseling) and doctorate (Counselor Education and Supervision) degrees from The University of Toledo. Dr. Badra has taught a variety of graduate level courses in counseling programs and has worked in various clinical settings. His academic and clinical backgrounds afford him the ability to better understand the human condition in order to help with treatment. Dr. Badra provides a variety of therapeutic modalities, including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy; a specific treatment modality used for treating trauma (PTSD) and other anxiety disorders. Dr. Badra’s clinical and academic experiences have translated into research publication and subject matter presentations.
Research shows that speakers of more than one language have more than one cognitive approach to conceptualize and solve problems. To that effect, Dr. Badra utilizes his multi-cultural background to help clients recognize different cognitive frameworks in approaching their problems. Over the years, Dr. Badra has helped numerous clients suffering with anxiety, depression, adjustment disorders, process addiction, parenting issues, LGBTQI+ issues, trauma, and more. His clients describe him as genuine, easy to talk to, and competent.
Population age range: 13 – 90.
Carrie Craun, M.A., PCC-S
Carrie graduated from The University of Toledo in 1991 with a Bachelor of Education Degree and spent the next 17 years teaching and working in administration. She returned to school at The University of Toledo where she graduated with a Masters in Clinical Counseling, in 2005. Carrie completed her clinical internship at a local community mental health agency, treating adults with severe and persistent mental illness diagnoses. In 2008, she began her clinical residency working with children and families. In 2011, Carrie received her independent clinical license and continued working with children with severe emotional disturbance diagnoses as well as adults. Carrie continued her career in mental health working in health home programs with an integrated team of providers that focused on providing services to young children and those living with a pervasive developmental disorder. In this role she provided clinical and administrative supervision to case managers. Carrie earned her supervisory endorsement and has provided clinical supervision to dependently licensed clinicians who were pursuing higher licensure. Carrie’s areas of professional interest include treating adults with clinical depression and anxiety, couples, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and personality disorders. Carrie’s clients describe her as kind, knowledgeable, and professional.
Population age range: 14 – 90.
Maha Eidi, M.A.
Upon earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, from The University of Toledo, Maha decided to further her education and training, in Chicago, where she attained her Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology from The Illinois School of Professional Psychology.
Maha has received training in many forms of evidence-based psychotherapy, and is particularly well-versed in Person-Centered and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She has extensive training in administering comprehensive personality and psychopathology assessments. The breadth of Maha’s clinical expertise affords her the experience to work with clients who are struggling with behavioral concerns, anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD, relationship distress, and eating, adjustment, bipolar, and various personality disorders. Maha has 10 years of experience in working with children and adults in various clinical settings; inpatient, outpatient, and partial hospitalization programs.
Maha is passionate about challenging and empowering clients to realize their full potential. Her interventions are both genuine and transparent, and she takes pride in ensuring that her clients have the understanding and the tools necessary to maintain and enhance their own well-being. Maha strives to foster a nonjudgmental and compassionate space to deliver care to individuals of all cultural backgrounds and identity affiliations.
Maha’s clients describe her as compassionate, knowledgeable and positive.
Population age range: 5- 90.
Robyn Georgius, M.A., LISW
Robyn is a Licensed Independent Social Worker with 9 years of experience in the mental health field. Robyn began her career in social work in 2010, after successfully completing her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, at the University of Toledo. After attaining her Masters Degree, in 2012, Robyn has been working as a clinical therapist, in various clinical settings and with a variety of client populations. Robyn has extensive experience in working with teens and adults addressing many complex concerns including depression, anxiety, PTSD, grief and loss, LGBTQ+ concerns and challenges, and relationship and couples issues. Robyn uses a variety of clinical skills in working with clients including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. In addition to clinical work Robyn has been teaching undergraduate and graduate level classes at the University of Toledo since 2015. Robyn’s clients describe her as genuine, empathetic, and easy to talk to.
Population age range: 14 – 90
Ashley Kopaniasz, LICDC-S, PCC-S
Originally from Louisiana, Ashley obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, La. After two years working with dually diagnosed adolescents, she moved to the Midwest. She began working with adults while completing her Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling at The University of Toledo. Following her degree completion she served two terms as a Board Member of the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board. She has developed and implemented various treatment programs ranging from residential, outpatient, and recovery housing settings. In addition, she serves as a trainer for Ohio’s Institute for Health to further create awareness and competencies to those involved in the child-welfare system. Since 2004, Ashley has worked in the mental health and addictions field with those seeking to enhance their lives. Her areas of clinical competence include: depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, addictions and substance abuse, self esteem issues, personality disorders, relationship issues, bipolar disorders and more. Ashley’s clients describe her as professional, empathetic, and a good listener.
Population age range: 16 – 90
Stephanie McGuire Wise, Ph.D., PCC-S
Dr. Stephanie McGuire Wise is a licensed professional clinical counselor and clinical supervisor who has worked in the mental health field since 1996. Dr. McGuire Wise earned her Master’s degree from Bowling Green State University (Guidance and Counseling) and her Doctorate degree from The University of Toledo (Counselor Education and Supervision). In addition to clinical practice, Dr. McGuire Wise teaches graduate level courses at Bowling Green State University and the University of Toledo. She has been a member of several professional organizations including the American Counseling Association and the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. Dr. McGuire Wise has experience in working with college students and adults with mental illness and emotional issues using a variety of therapeutic interventions including cognitive behavior therapy, existentialism, solution-focused brief therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy. Above all, she recognizes that the therapeutic relationship between client and counselor is the most important intervention to affect change. She is known by her clients and supervision interns as compassionate, genuine, and nonjudgmental. Dr. McGuire Wise has extensive experience working with the LGBTQ+ population, including gender confirmation; young adult identity development; trauma; anxiety; depression; chronic, acute, and terminal illness; and finding meaning and purpose in life. Dr. McGuire Wise practices a holistic approach to mental health wellness by incorporating aspects of intellectual, social, physical, and spiritual wellness into treatment. Her research interests include anti-stigma interventions, holistic wellness, and young adult development.
Population age range: 14- 90
Jean Roberts, Ph.D
Dr. Jean Roberts is a licensed psychologist with nearly twenty years of clinical experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. Dr. Roberts has worked in various settings including community mental health, private practice, elementary, middle, and high schools, and the juvenile justice setting. This experience allows her to be knowledgeable about these different systems to assist in coordinating care and/ or advocating for those she serves.
Dr. Roberts has experience in clinical research, higher education (teaching both undergraduate and graduate level courses), presenting at the local, state, and national levels, and supervising students and psychology assistants. Additionally, she is a frequent invited speaker at the University of Toledo where she presents on relevant mental health issues. She is active in the local mental health community, participating in the Toledo Area Association of Professional Psychologists and has served on a committee through the Lucas County Mental Health Board.
Dr. Roberts’ primary treatment modalities include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). She also has specialized training in play therapy, parent training, and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for various types of trauma. Dr. Roberts often integrates expressive art into her work and conducts groups in this area. Dr. Roberts also has experience conducting psychological testing to help clarify diagnoses and provide recommendations to guide appropriate treatment for children and adults.
Dr. Roberts uses a safe and supportive space for recognizing and using one’s strengths, increasing insight, and taking the next steps to make changes to increase one’s happiness and fulfillment. Dr. Roberts has vast experience in working with individuals who are struggling with issues related to depression, anxiety, anger, family issues, trauma, obsessive compulsive disorder, life transitions, and more. She also helps adolescents and children, ages 5 and up, cope with depression, anxiety, ADHD, emotional regulation, and social issues. Dr. Roberts also specializes in working with individuals who identify as LGBTQ+. Dr. Roberts’ clients describe her as empathetic, creative and dedicated.
Population age range: 5 – 90
Christopher Roseman, Ph.D., PCC
Dr. Christopher Roseman is currently an Associate Professor at The University of Toledo, where he also serves as Chair of The School of Intervention and Wellness, and Director of The Counselor Education Program. Dr. Roseman received his Ph.D. in Counselor Education from The University of Toledo. Dr. Roseman is a Professional Counselor and Counselor supervisor in the State of Ohio. He has worked in the public sector as a Correctional Unit Leader, Children’s Services Worker, and Eligibility Specialist for numerous counties throughout the State of Ohio. Dr. Roseman worked as a clinical mental health counselor prior to becoming a counselor educator. His first faculty appointment was at The University of South Dakota from 2006-2011. He was a former instructor of Nonviolent Crisis Intervention for the Crisis Prevention Institute. He has served in numerous leadership positions at the regional and national level including Governing Counseling Member of the American Counseling Association and as a trustee on the American Counseling Association’s (ACA) Insurance Trust. He was Chair of the ACA Midwest Region, NCACES President, and the South Dakota Counseling Association’s (SDCA) Executive Director and President. Recognized in 2010 by the American Counseling Association, he was the recipient of the Robert Rencken Emerging Professional Leadership Award. Dr. Roseman has authored articles and book chapters in the areas of sexual offender treatment, empathic accuracy and harassment, and substance abuse. Dr. Roseman is described as empathetic, easy to talk to, and genuine.
Population age range: 15 – 90
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