Since

2011

Matt Hollo, owner of Deep Roots Wellness, LLC, holds a B.A. in Psychology from Miami University, an M.Ed. in Community Agency Counseling from Cleveland State University, and is a Certified EFT practitioner. He is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki Master.  He has been a mental health professional since 2011.  He has worked in a hospital inpatient mental health unit, in agency settings, emergency rooms, with adult parolees, facilitated a convicted violent offenders group, provided consults in an integrated community health center, and more.  Matt serves as a therapist, EFT coach, and class presenter for our practice.  He currently manages all medical and insurance billing.

Dr. Rose Hollo is the co-founder of Deep Roots Wellness and serves clients with traditional naturopathic health consultations which compliment work done in mental health counseling. She also see clients who only want health support and do not wish to attend counseling. 

Rose considers her first job being a mom to two smart and sassy young ladies, and enjoys spending time in nature, traveling, creating works of art, and reading.  She has worked in the wellness industry, first with animals and then with people for about 20 years, on both the business side of things, and also directly in healthcare and journalism. She is a Master Herbalist, Reiki Master-Teacher, and is passionate about medical freedom; volunteering time in her local community and also on the state level.  

Rose holds a B.A. in religion, spirituality, & holistic health, an MBA in marketing, and is a Certified Holistic Health Pratitioner, a Board Certified Naturopathic Doctor, and a Licensed Ecclesiastical Holistic Practitioner. 

Matt says:  We all go through difficult times in our lives, and I'm no different.  In 2006 I was completing my Master's Degree in Community Agency Counseling when my personal life fell apart.  A friend recognized my struggle and introduced me to something called "Emotional Freedom Techniques" acupressure tapping (EFT).

It worked so well, that I put EFT to the test during my internship at the Cleveland Adult Parole Authority, helping men tame their deeply seated fears and anger.

Today I use EFT on a daily basis to help myself, my family, and my patients and clients with everything from physical health issues to depression, anxiety, fears, trauma, and so much more. 

EFT Tapping has the potential to change lives in a big way, and I'm excited to be one of the State of Ohio's few Licensed mental health professionals with almost two decades of experience in the behavioral health field and specialized credentials and extensive training in this gentle, non-invasive, drug-free technique.