Genna Weinberg, LPCC

Genna Weinberg is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), who is supervised by Michael Pollak, PCC-S, LICDC. Genna’s clinical training includes working with diverse populations specifically aged 13 and up, including those chemically dependent. She has experience with dual diagnosis, anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, interpersonal issues, obsessive compulsive disorder, grief, and various other mental health challenges.

Genna believes that an overall positive change is the result of a strong collaborative framework between client and clinician. She utilizes elements of DBT, CBT, Solution Focused Therapy, and Mindfulness in counseling to assist clients with a variety of mental health issues. Genna is passionate about meeting her clients where they are and strives to create a non-judgmental and supportive environment that allows a client to feel empowered within the therapeutic space.

Genna earned her Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from John Carroll University and her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from The Ohio State University. She completed both her practicum and internship placements at The Behavioral Wellness Group,

Favorite Quote

"We are who we are for a lot of reasons. And maybe we'll never know most of them. But even if we don't have the power to choose where we come from, we can still choose where we go from there." -Stephen Chbosky, The Perks of Being a Wallflower



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.

"(Genna Weinberg, In Person, DBT IOP) “Foster a caring, nonjudgemental & insightful learning environment for everyone. Genna truly cares & it shows. She has helped me improve my self-esteem profoundly.”

"(Genna Weinberg, In Person, DBT IOP) “I feel that (Genna) really tried hard to get to know the people in the group and gave good suggestions on how to deal with situations. I thought the homework weekly was a good way to learn the skills and practice them in different situations. “

"(Genna Weinberg, In Person, DBT IOP) “I always felt heard while in group. No matter what faces, we all knew it was a safe space to be vulnerable even if we are all strangers. Everything is structured well and is easy to flip through and review. I enjoyed the homework, even on the hard days, and how easy putting the tools and skills into practice. I am very thankful for anyone and everyone who made this and programs like these possible. It is so well put together and has helped so many people.”


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