Inna Fatkins, PsyD

Clinical Psychologist (she/her/hers)
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Dr. Inna Fatkins is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist.  She graduated from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She completed her internship at Centerstone of Indiana, rural community mental health and substance use treatment center. Her clinical experience includes working with elderly underserved population with severe mental illness. She has experience working with terminally ill and hospice patients. Inna has experience working with addictions. Inna focuses on working with first- and second-generation immigrants addressing unique issues associated with acculturation and adaptation. She worked at two private practices that focused on serving LGBTQ+ and immigrant populations of Chicago. Inna also has extensive experience working in College Counseling Centers where she focused on working with international students and LGBTQ+ students.

Inna is a psychodynamically-oriented practitioner. She believes that the client should be viewed in the context of his/her/their family of origin, culture, religion, spirituality, ethnic and cultural background. Inna values interpersonal processes and uses her personality as a therapeutic tool. Inna utilizes Mindfulness, Meditation, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, ACT and other techniques that help clients to stay grounded, centered, and attentive to their core self. Her clinical interests include but are not limited to working with immigration, acculturation and adaptation issues, relational problems, clinical depression, anxiety, women and feminist issues, sexual orientation, and gender expression. Inna has experience in providing transgender care.

Inna is a first-generation immigrant from Russia. She speaks fluently in English and Russian. Inna has an international family and she focuses on raising a bilingual child.

Leana Froehlich-Terry, MS, MPH, LPCC-S

Director of Counseling Services (she/her/hers)
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Leana is a licensed professional clinical counselor with supervision designation through the State of Ohio’s Counselor, Social Work, and Marriage & Family Therapist Board. She received a Bachelor’s Degree in Forensic Psychology from Tiffin University, a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Akron, and a Master's Degree in Public Health from The Ohio State University. Leana has worked with children, adolescents, and adults in outpatient, hospital, and emergency/crisis settings. Her clinical approach is person-centered, collaborative, and draws from a variety of techniques and theoretical orientations to fit a person’s unique needs. She also advocates for her clients and works to identify other resources that may further improve their quality of life. Leana believes that a person’s strengths, values, and prior experiences can be important tools in learning what works best for them and what they need to reach their goals. She is especially clinically interested in trauma recovery, mindfulness, coping mechanisms, depression, anxiety, and psychosocial development.  

Cheston Gray, MA, LPC

Clinical Counselor (he/him/his)
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Cheston holds a Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health from Capital University. He has experience working within adult and middle school settings. His clinical and professional interests include trauma based therapy, anxiety, depression, and addiction related issues. Cheston believes that counseling needs to be informed by compassion, humanistic understanding of the human condition and that all clients, colleagues, and students need to be appreciated for their inherent dignity, worth and their unique diversity constellation. He believes that all individuals should be empowered to speak up for what they need and that counselors should be social justice leaders who advocate on behalf of underserved populations.

Cheston works from a Gestalt and Logotherapy orientation with an emphasis on mindfulness and holistic wellness. In his free time, Cheston enjoys spending time with family, playing golf, traveling and watching Ohio State Football.

Gabrielle Poliseno, MA, LPCC

Clinical Counselor (she/her/hers)
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Gaby is a Licensed Professional Counselor with specific training in trauma, body image, and recovering from abusive relationships. She earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Heidelberg University and her Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northwestern University. Gaby has worked with children as young as three and adults as old as 90 in settings ranging from private practice to correctional facilities. Gaby utilizes an eclectic approach to personalize her counseling to each client's needs, strengths, and personality. She especially enjoys utilizing mindfulness-based approaches and nurturing the mind-body connection as well as psychodynamic therapy to understand the impact of early life experiences.

Gaby is a big proponent of self-care! Her favorite means of self-care are boxing, meditating, swimming, hiking, reading, and spending time with her dog.

Vicki S. Blommel, SWA

Office Manager (she/her/hers)
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Vicki is the department Office Manager and has been with the Counseling Services since 2001. She makes the office a friendly, welcoming experience, helps with scheduling, and is the general go-to person for students seeking services. Vicki has 25+ years of experience working in the field of mental health, seven of those years being with HelpLine, Delaware’s 24-hour crisis hotline. She is licensed as a Social Work Assistant by the State of Ohio. Vicki finds great satisfaction in her role of assisting Ohio Wesleyan students.

Contact Info


Counseling Services
R.W. Corns Building #316
61 S. Sandusky St.
Delaware, Ohio 43015
P 740-368-3145

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Hours of Operation

M-F   8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.