About Erin Wiley
Erin Wiley, MA, LPCC
Erin Wiley, MA, LPCC, is a Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist in both Ohio and Florida, and is the founder of The Willow Center, a group family counseling practice with locations in Toledo and Bowling Green, Ohio. She leads a team of thirty licensed therapists in their mutual goal of meeting the counseling needs of the people and families of Northwest Ohio & Southeast Michigan. The clinical focus of her therapy work is marriage, family, parenting, and relationships. Her most recent areas of research include the management and regulation of big emotions; and creating vibrant and meaningful marriages.
Erin has served as a speaker for a variety of groups and organizations, and has taught undergraduate classes at Michigan State University, Davis College, and The University of Toledo, and graduate level courses in marriage & family counseling at Bowling Green State University. She serves as an on-air consultant for journalists that are seeking the point of view of a mental health professional for their stories at both WTVG 13, and WTOL 11 in Toledo, Ohio. Her thoughts on mental and emotional health have been published in Newsweek, O: The Oprah Magazine, The American Counseling Association’s publication: Counseling Today, Men’s Health, and on various sites online like BuzzFeed and Experian.com. She was a featured therapist on TLC’s reality show “Lost In Transition.” Erin has extensive training in the Gottman Relationship Counseling method and the trauma modalities: EMDR and Internal Family Systems.
In the “Best of Toledo” contests sponsored by Toledo City Paper, The Willow Center has won “Best Counseling Practice” the last five years in a row: every year it has been open. Recently Erin was named “Best Marriage Counselor in Toledo” by an online rating service. Personally, Erin has a passion for musical theatre, comedy, gardening, board games, her aquarium, and her three maltese/bichon dogs. She has two college-aged sons: one at Bowling Green State University, and the other at Rider University in NJ; and she has been happily married to her husband Michael for 25 years.