Kim Mueller, Office Manager

Mrs. Mueller has worked in the administrative field for the past 12 years, mostly in office counseling settings. Prior to joining the Behavioral Wellness Group, she worked as a receptionist in a clinical office for 5 years and medical office for the past three years. The staff at BWG are so pleased to be working with Kim again, as they enjoyed a very valuable relationship at a previous practice.

My greatest enjoyment is the interaction I have with the patients who come in our door. It is one of the great “perks” of the job. Sometimes, coming to a clinical setting can be daunting and one of the more gratifying parts of my job is to help place those patients at ease. I, also, appreciate the wonderful staff at BWG who make coming to work each day most enjoyable.



8224 Mentor Ave. Suite 208
Mentor Ohio 44060


440.392.2222 x.308



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.

"Dear Kim - It was a pleasure speaking with you. I appreciate your time and your patient understanding in answering my many questions!! You are a valuable asset to this group of Providers. Your kind and sincere demeanor truly helped in alleviating some of the stress associated with one's many questions in searching for a Provider.- Thanks so much!"


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