Mental and behavioral health services

Our clinicians have a combined 150+ years experience helping individuals, couples and families find solutions to a wide range of conditions and issues. We’ve seen almost everything, and feel confident that whatever your needs are, we can help.

We understand that mental, physical and behavioral health are interconnected. For example, you might come in because of you’re having trouble sleeping, but find that your sleep problem has roots in other areas of your life or your history. Our mind-body approach to healing is based on this understanding, and uses a variety of treatment methods to help you feel more at ease.

Fort Meigs Wellness and Behavioral Health offers a full array of services and our providers work with all ages from preschool through adulthood addressing the following issues:

  • Aging
  • Alcohol and substance abuse counseling
  • Anger management  
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Biofeedback (EMG and thermal)
  • Care for the caregiver
  • Child behavioral problems
  • Coping with chronic illness
  • Depression
  • Divorce
  • Executive coaching
  • Family therapy
  • Grandparents raising grandchildren
  • Grief and loss
  • Meditation
  • Mind-body skills
  • Pain management
  • Parenting
  • Physical and sexual abuse
  • Post trauma counseling
  • Relationship issues
  • Relaxation training
  • Retirement
  • Stress related issues
  • Substance abuse assessments
  • Worker's compensation vocational adjustment counseling


Executive coaching and business services

We also offer business and corporate focused services including executive coaching, employee training and conflict resolution. Our professionals can help your business and your employees function more smoothly, and develop key skills they need in order to thrive. Our mind-body approach can teach your team to communicate better, experience less stress on the job, and work through difficulties as they arise.



Presentations & Workshops

Our clinicians are also available to give psychoeducational presentations and conduct workshops for your organization or event. This can be a great way to learn about important topics like mental health, stress reduction, relationships, habit change or major life transitions. See our Providers page for information about each presenter.


Jean Cook, LPCC-S:

  • Hypnosis for Smoking Ccessation or Weight Loss
  • Parenting Kids With Behavior Problems
  • Kids at Risk on Internet Devices
  • Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

Michael Roehrs, LISW:

  • Making a Successful Transition Into Retirement
  • Stress Management for the Holidays
  • 7 Traits of Healthy People
  • Stress Management for Busy People

Rick Hoernemann, LPC, LSW:

  • Family Intervention for Addictions: A Method For Helping a Loved One Who Doesn't Want Help
  • Compulsive Gambling
  • Our Community's Response to the Opiate Epidemic
  • Depression: When Blues Are More Than Your Favorite Music

Patricia Van Kley, PhD:

  • Mind-Body Skills Groups
  • Journaling – A Workshop
  • Gratitude – It’s Not Just About Counting Your Blessings
  • Meditation – What It Is and What It Is Not

Barbara Metcalf, LISW:

  • Transition to Retirement
  • Navigating Through and Healing From Divorce
  • Grief's Journey
  • A Parent's Journey Through Traumatic Adolescence

Lacey Wesche, LISW:

  • Women Navigating the Journey Through Infertility/Fertility Treatment


Annette Clark, LPCC-S:

  • Stress Management
  • Parenting
  • Effect of Food on Mental Health