Staff Bios

Abbey Wollschleger is the Programs and Clinical Director at Huckleberry House. She began providing therapy at Huckleberry House in 2009. Abbey’s experience includes working with youth, adults, and families who are facing multiple difficulties, including relationship and life stressors, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, grief and loss, and trauma. Her treatment approaches are guided by the methods of Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, and Solution Focused Therapy. Abbey’s primary goal as a therapist is to partner with and empower young people and families to be more effective in their approaches to relationships, communication, life stressors, and problem-solving. She is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as an independent social worker with a supervisory designation. Abbey graduated from Baldwin-Wallace College with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, then went on to receive her Master of Social Work from The Ohio State University.

Erica Schnitz is the program manager of The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. She began her social work career in 2012 working in community mental health providing services to children, adolescents, and their families. Erica’s passion and dedication to assisting young people and their families has brought her to Huck House. Her experience includes working with children and adolescents, young adults, and families in a variety of areas, including but not limited to, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, trauma, life stressors, and crisis intervention. Erica’s treatment practices are guided by Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Strength Based Therapy, and Solution Focused Therapy. She is also trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) through the EMDR International Association. She is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Work, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as an independent social worker with a supervisory designation. Erica graduated from The Ohio State University, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Social Work and her Master of Social Work.

Erin Elder is a community support provider with The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. Erin has worked in the mental health field since 2002 and has provided support to adolescents and young adults facing many issues, including communication struggles, anger, anxiety, and depression. Through advocacy and a strength-based approach, she is dedicated to assisting young adults learn to problem solve, develop skills to live independently, communicate effectively and manage life stressors. Her treatment approach is trauma informed and guided by Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Erin received her Bachelor of Science in Social Psychology from Park University.

Grace Domeck is a therapist with The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. Grace’s experience includes working with adolescents, young adults, and families experiencing various forms of life stressors. Grace is dedicated to partnering with and empowering young people as they walk toward healing and personal growth. She is passionate about giving clients the opportunity to share their stories and recognize their strength and resilience. Grace is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as a licensed social worker. She received both her Bachelor of Science in Social Work and Master of Social Work at The Ohio State University.

Leslie Scott is the professional development coordinator, as well as, a therapist with The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. She has six years of experience working for non-profits and her clinical experience includes working as a crisis counselor, therapist, and clinical assessment specialist. Leslie is a Certified Trauma Practitioner – Clinical (CTP-C) and focuses on providing trauma-informed services to adolescents, young adults, and families. She is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as a licensed social worker. She received her Bachelor of Science in Social Work from the Ohio State University and her Master of Science in Social Administration from Case Western Reserve University.

Sara Stanke is a therapist with The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. Alongside working at Huckleberry House, Sara has also had case management experience working with survivors of human trafficking and families experiencing home disasters. Since starting at Huckleberry House in 2014, Sara has enjoyed providing empathic support services to adolescents and families struggling with a variety of life’s stressors such as trauma, communication, family conflict, behavioral concerns, mood disorders, and homelessness. Through evidence-based practices, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Crisis Intervention, Mindfulness, and Family Systems Therapy, Sara is dedicated to empowering her clients with a strengths-based approach. With trauma-informed care guiding her treatment strategy, Sara is focused on building meaningful therapeutic relationships to partner with clients and families as they navigate through challenging life transitions. Sara is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Work, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as a licensed social worker and received a Bachelor of Science in Social Work from The Ohio State University.

Daniel is a therapist with The Crisis Shelter and The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. Daniel is passionate about working with adolescents and young adults regarding issues of depression, anxiety, trauma, ADHD and substance abuse using approaches from Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness, family systems theory and trauma informed care. Daniel also works with clients and their families to explore family dynamics, adequate coping skills, conflict resolution, and communication techniques to improve the client’s quality of relationships and continued care. Prior to Huck House Daniel spent time in the field of substance abuse, assisting clients with gaining insight and strategies for implementing treatment specific goals. Daniel also gained experience in community mental health assisting clients meet their basic needs while becoming more self-sufficient. He is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as a licensed social worker. Daniel received his Bachelor of Social Work from Capital University. 

Sara Boise is a therapist with The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. She is passionate about supporting adolescents, young adults, and families using evidence-based practices, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, and Mindfulness. Sara is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Work, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as an independent social worker with a supervisory designation. She graduated from The Ohio State University, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Social Work and her Master of Social Work.

Staff Bios

Abbey Wollschleger is the Programs and Clinical Director at Huckleberry House. She began providing therapy at Huckleberry House in 2009. Abbey’s experience includes working with youth, adults, and families who are facing multiple difficulties, including relationship and life stressors, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, grief and loss, and trauma. Her treatment approaches are guided by the methods of Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, and Solution Focused Therapy. Abbey’s primary goal as a therapist is to partner with and empower young people and families to be more effective in their approaches to relationships, communication, life stressors, and problem-solving. She is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as an independent social worker with a supervisory designation. Abbey graduated from Baldwin-Wallace College with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, then went on to receive her Master of Social Work from The Ohio State University.

Erica Schnitz is the program manager of The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. She began her social work career in 2012 working in community mental health providing services to children, adolescents, and their families. Erica’s passion and dedication to assisting young people and their families has brought her to Huck House. Her experience includes working with children and adolescents, young adults, and families in a variety of areas, including but not limited to, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, trauma, life stressors, and crisis intervention. Erica’s treatment practices are guided by Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Strength Based Therapy, and Solution Focused Therapy. She is also trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) through the EMDR International Association. She is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Work, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as an independent social worker with a supervisory designation. Erica graduated from The Ohio State University, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Social Work and her Master of Social Work.

Erin Elder is a community support provider with The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. Erin has worked in the mental health field since 2002 and has provided support to adolescents and young adults facing many issues, including communication struggles, anger, anxiety, and depression. Through advocacy and a strength-based approach, she is dedicated to assisting young adults learn to problem solve, develop skills to live independently, communicate effectively and manage life stressors. Her treatment approach is trauma informed and guided by Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Erin received her Bachelor of Science in Social Psychology from Park University.

Grace Domeck is a therapist with The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. Grace’s experience includes working with adolescents, young adults, and families experiencing various forms of life stressors. Grace is dedicated to partnering with and empowering young people as they walk toward healing and personal growth. She is passionate about giving clients the opportunity to share their stories and recognize their strength and resilience. Grace is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as a licensed social worker. She received both her Bachelor of Science in Social Work and Master of Social Work at The Ohio State University.

Leslie Scott is the professional development coordinator, as well as, a therapist with The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. She has six years of experience working for non-profits and her clinical experience includes working as a crisis counselor, therapist, and clinical assessment specialist. Leslie is a Certified Trauma Practitioner – Clinical (CTP-C) and focuses on providing trauma-informed services to adolescents, young adults, and families. She is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as a licensed social worker. She received her Bachelor of Science in Social Work from the Ohio State University and her Master of Science in Social Administration from Case Western Reserve University.

Sara Stanke is a therapist with The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. Alongside working at Huckleberry House, Sara has also had case management experience working with survivors of human trafficking and families experiencing home disasters. Since starting at Huckleberry House in 2014, Sara has enjoyed providing empathic support services to adolescents and families struggling with a variety of life’s stressors such as trauma, communication, family conflict, behavioral concerns, mood disorders, and homelessness. Through evidence-based practices, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Crisis Intervention, Mindfulness, and Family Systems Therapy, Sara is dedicated to empowering her clients with a strengths-based approach. With trauma-informed care guiding her treatment strategy, Sara is focused on building meaningful therapeutic relationships to partner with clients and families as they navigate through challenging life transitions. Sara is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Work, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as a licensed social worker and received a Bachelor of Science in Social Work from The Ohio State University.

Daniel is a therapist with The Crisis Shelter and The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. Daniel is passionate about working with adolescents and young adults regarding issues of depression, anxiety, trauma, ADHD and substance abuse using approaches from Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness, family systems theory and trauma informed care. Daniel also works with clients and their families to explore family dynamics, adequate coping skills, conflict resolution, and communication techniques to improve the client’s quality of relationships and continued care. Prior to Huck House Daniel spent time in the field of substance abuse, assisting clients with gaining insight and strategies for implementing treatment specific goals. Daniel also gained experience in community mental health assisting clients meet their basic needs while becoming more self-sufficient. He is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as a licensed social worker. Daniel received his Bachelor of Social Work from Capital University. 

Sara Boise is a therapist with The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. She is passionate about supporting adolescents, young adults, and families using evidence-based practices, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, and Mindfulness. Sara is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Work, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as an independent social worker with a supervisory designation. She graduated from The Ohio State University, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Social Work and her Master of Social Work.

Staff Bios

Abbey Wollschleger is the Programs and Clinical Director at Huckleberry House. She began providing therapy at Huckleberry House in 2009. Abbey’s experience includes working with youth, adults, and families who are facing multiple difficulties, including relationship and life stressors, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, grief and loss, and trauma. Her treatment approaches are guided by the methods of Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, and Solution Focused Therapy. Abbey’s primary goal as a therapist is to partner with and empower young people and families to be more effective in their approaches to relationships, communication, life stressors, and problem-solving. She is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as an independent social worker with a supervisory designation. Abbey graduated from Baldwin-Wallace College with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, then went on to receive her Master of Social Work from The Ohio State University.

Erica Schnitz is the program manager of The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. She began her social work career in 2012 working in community mental health providing services to children, adolescents, and their families. Erica’s passion and dedication to assisting young people and their families has brought her to Huck House. Her experience includes working with children and adolescents, young adults, and families in a variety of areas, including but not limited to, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, trauma, life stressors, and crisis intervention. Erica’s treatment practices are guided by Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Strength Based Therapy, and Solution Focused Therapy. She is also trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) through the EMDR International Association. She is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Work, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as an independent social worker with a supervisory designation. Erica graduated from The Ohio State University, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Social Work and her Master of Social Work.

Erin Elder is a community support provider with The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. Erin has worked in the mental health field since 2002 and has provided support to adolescents and young adults facing many issues, including communication struggles, anger, anxiety, and depression. Through advocacy and a strength-based approach, she is dedicated to assisting young adults learn to problem solve, develop skills to live independently, communicate effectively and manage life stressors. Her treatment approach is trauma informed and guided by Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Erin received her Bachelor of Science in Social Psychology from Park University.

Grace Domeck is a therapist with The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. Grace’s experience includes working with adolescents, young adults, and families experiencing various forms of life stressors. Grace is dedicated to partnering with and empowering young people as they walk toward healing and personal growth. She is passionate about giving clients the opportunity to share their stories and recognize their strength and resilience. Grace is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as a licensed social worker. She received both her Bachelor of Science in Social Work and Master of Social Work at The Ohio State University.

Leslie Scott is the professional development coordinator, as well as, a therapist with The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. She has six years of experience working for non-profits and her clinical experience includes working as a crisis counselor, therapist, and clinical assessment specialist. Leslie is a Certified Trauma Practitioner – Clinical (CTP-C) and focuses on providing trauma-informed services to adolescents, young adults, and families. She is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as a licensed social worker. She received her Bachelor of Science in Social Work from the Ohio State University and her Master of Science in Social Administration from Case Western Reserve University.

Sara Stanke is a therapist with The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. Alongside working at Huckleberry House, Sara has also had case management experience working with survivors of human trafficking and families experiencing home disasters. Since starting at Huckleberry House in 2014, Sara has enjoyed providing empathic support services to adolescents and families struggling with a variety of life’s stressors such as trauma, communication, family conflict, behavioral concerns, mood disorders, and homelessness. Through evidence-based practices, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Crisis Intervention, Mindfulness, and Family Systems Therapy, Sara is dedicated to empowering her clients with a strengths-based approach. With trauma-informed care guiding her treatment strategy, Sara is focused on building meaningful therapeutic relationships to partner with clients and families as they navigate through challenging life transitions. Sara is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Work, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as a licensed social worker and received a Bachelor of Science in Social Work from The Ohio State University.

Daniel is a therapist with The Crisis Shelter and The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. Daniel is passionate about working with adolescents and young adults regarding issues of depression, anxiety, trauma, ADHD and substance abuse using approaches from Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness, family systems theory and trauma informed care. Daniel also works with clients and their families to explore family dynamics, adequate coping skills, conflict resolution, and communication techniques to improve the client’s quality of relationships and continued care. Prior to Huck House Daniel spent time in the field of substance abuse, assisting clients with gaining insight and strategies for implementing treatment specific goals. Daniel also gained experience in community mental health assisting clients meet their basic needs while becoming more self-sufficient. He is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as a licensed social worker. Daniel received his Bachelor of Social Work from Capital University. 

Sara Boise is a therapist with The Counseling Center at Huckleberry House. She is passionate about supporting adolescents, young adults, and families using evidence-based practices, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, and Mindfulness. Sara is licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Work, and Marriage and Family Therapy Board as an independent social worker with a supervisory designation. She graduated from The Ohio State University, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Social Work and her Master of Social Work.