Meet Our Staff
Learn more below about The Cullen Center staff.
Adrienne Fricker-Elhai, PhD
Director and Clinical Child Psychologist
Dr. Adrienne Elhai completed her doctorate in clinical psychology at the University of Arkansas and fellowship at the Medical University of South Carolina’s National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center. As The Cullen Center’s Project Director, she supervises a team of clinicians; each trained to provide evidence-based trauma treatments including Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Child Parent Psychotherapy. In addition, Dr. Elhai provides individual and family counseling and strongly believes that working with the family is often critical to a child’s success.
Bonita L. Roberts, MA, PCC-S, NCC
Bonnie Roberts completed her Master’s Degree in Counselor Education at the University of Iowa and is a Nationally Certified Clinical Supervising Counselor. Bonnie’s work at The Cullen Center involves individual and family counseling using evidence-based trauma-focused therapies for children. She has been with The Cullen Center since 2004. Bonnie has been working in the mental health and child welfare field for the past thirty years, twenty of those in Ohio, as a clinical therapist and child advocate.
Aaron Cromly, MA, PCC-S
Aaron Cromly has been a licensed Counselor since 2005. He completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Bowling Green State University in 2002 and his Master’s in Community Counseling from the University of Toledo in 2004. While working on his Master’s degree, Aaron was an assistant to a psychologist administering and interpreting psychological assessments. Aaron’s work at The Cullen Center includes individual and family counseling using evidence-based trauma-focused therapies for children. He is passionate about children’s healthy development of emotional and behavioral well-being and collaborates with the families he works with regarding treatment options. In 2009, Aaron was awarded the Counselor of the Year by the Ohio Counselor Association.
Mollie Monroe, MA, PCC
Mollie Monroe graduated from Siena Heights University in 2008 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and an Associate degree in Child Development. In 2010, she graduated from The University of Toledo with a Master’s in Counselor Education. Mollie's work at The Cullen Center includes individual and family counseling using evidence-based trauma-focused therapies for children. Mollie initially joined The Cullen Center team in the summer of 2009 as a Master's level counseling intern and returned as a full-time employee in July of 2011. Throughout her work, she strives to be an advocate for mental health treatment especially regarding children and trauma.