Emma Wolfe, LPC

Emma Wolfe [she/her] is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who is supervised by Erin Pawlak, LPCC-S. She provides individual counseling to adolescents (12+) and adults. Her areas of focus include depression, anxiety, ADHD, eating disorders, relationship problems, suicidal ideation, self-harm, chronic illness, LGBTQIA+ specific issues, and trauma. Emma’s therapeutic style is compassionate, creative, and affirming. She incorporates CBT, DBT, solution-focused, motivational interviewing, and personcentered modalities to provide a unique counseling experience for each client.

Emma earned her Bachelor of Arts in Hispanic Studies from the University of Puget Sound in Washington state and Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a concentration on substance use from John Carroll University. Emma completed her internship placements at The Centers for Families and Children in Cleveland, OH in addition to The Behavioral Wellness Group where she co-facilitated the Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program.

In her free time, Emma enjoys knitting sweaters and hats, reading non-fiction, and playing with her cat, The Muffin Man. Emma loves to spend time with friends and family trying new restaurants and playing Scrabble.

Emma Wolfe, LPC


8224 Mentor Ave., Suite 208
Mentor, Ohio 44060





Testimonial Disclosure Statement: Testimonials herein are unsolicited, anonymous and are received after care has been received in an attempt to assure healthy therapy relationships and confidentiality.

(Emma Wolfe, Adolescent Aftercare for IOP) “You helped me overcome many of the challenges that I face with social anxiety. I use the techniques given to me in group and incorporate them into my daily life. “

(Emma Wolfe, Adolescent Aftercare for IOP) “(Emma Wolfe, Adolescent Aftercare for IOP) “Teaching and informing adolescents on how to manage stress and other emotions in healthier ways. It is no doubt a very helpful program for those who go through of their own volition/those who are truly suffering and/or need of the service.“


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