Holly Orwick-Pederzolli M.A., LPCC-S
Holly Orwick earned a Bachelor Of Arts from Mount Union College in Psychology and Business Administration and a Master of Arts from Walsh University in Clinical Counseling and Human Development. She because licensed with the Ohio Counselor and Social Worker Board as a Professional Clinical Counselor in 2002 and earned her supervision designation in 2006.
Holly began her career with Family and Community Services of Portage County where she worked as a domestic violence counselor and program coordinator of Peaceful Solutions. During this time she worked in collaboration with Portage County Job and Family Services, Portage County Jail and the family court system providing treatment for individuals charged with domestic violence. Holly also gained experience in clinical school based services and career counseling services while employed with this agency.
Holly has also been employed as a District EAP consultant for the United Stated Postal Service where she completed clinical assessments, provided employee training sessions and management consultations as well as short-term solution focused treatment to postal employees in the Northern Ohio District. While in this position Holly served as a member of the National Crisis Response Team and Postal Service Threat Assessment team. Holly is also affiliated with Walsh University as a practicum supervisor for the Counseling and Human Development Department.
Holly joined Psychological and Family Consultants in 2006.
Specialty areas include adult and adolescent psychotherapy, marriage counseling, family counseling, depression, anxiety, stress and anger management, teen issues, grief counseling, divorce recovery, cognitive behavioral therapy, assertiveness and communication training, career counseling, crisis response and employee assistance.