Erin Wiley, MA, LPCC, is a Clinical psychotherapist at, and the Executive Director of, The Willow Center, a counseling practice in Toledo, Ohio. She leads a team of twelve other therapists in their goal of meeting the counseling needs of the people and families of Northwest Ohio. The clinical focus of her therapy work is marriage and family, adolescents, parenting, and women’s issues. She has extensive training in marriage counseling from the Gottman Institute in Seattle, Washington.
Erin has served as a speaker for a variety of civic organizations and school systems, as well as at the national conventions of Mothers of Multiples, and the sorority Alpha Xi Delta. Erin has taught undergraduate classes at Michigan State University, Davis College, and The University of Toledo, and graduate level courses at Bowling Green State University. She served 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, Counseling Today, The Toledo Free Press; and on various sites online like BuzzFeed, Marketwatch and Elite Daily.
Erin was named “Best Therapist in Toledo” in the 2018 and 2019 “Best of Toledo” contests sponsored by Toledo City Paper. She recently launched a podcast about improving mental & emotional health: The Erin Wiley Therapy Show. Personally, Erin has a passion for musical theatre, gardening and baking. She has been happily married to her husband of 22 years, Michael. They have a home in Maumee, Ohio – complete with 2 teenage sons and 2 Bichon dogs.