Leslie Fritz, is a clinical social worker specializing in the treatment of children, adolescents, adults and families. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio and her Master’s in Social Work at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. Working the field of mental health since 1995, Leslie has developed a style that is practical, interactive and solution-focused. Her treatment approach is to provide support, feedback and challenge clients to resolve current problems or patterns of behavior. With sensitivity and compassion, Leslie presents clients with the tools necessary for finding solutions to a wide range of life situations, relationships, and psychological issues. Among her areas of expertise are depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, behavioral problems with children and adolescents, ADD/ADHD, family dynamics / relationships and effective parenting. Leslie often collaborates with Luke, her certified therapy dog, to address her clients’ treatment needs. Leslie maintains her practice within The Woodside Center located near Worthington, Ohio. When Leslie is not working, she enjoys hanging out with her kids, husband and pets, horseback riding and boating.