Tim Bizelli M.S.E LPC

Owner/Clinical Supervisor

Tim Bizelli has an Associate of Arts in Biblical Studies from Urshan College, a Bachelor of Arts in Human Services from Missouri Baptist University, and a Master of Science in Counselor Education from Missouri Baptist University. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Missouri for 13 years and has met the requirement and is recognized as a Missouri State approved Counseling Supervisor. Tim has served professionally in community, mental health, and rehabilitation agencies since 2002. Tim has a strong passion to help facilitate change in the lives of individuals through strong counseling theory that is bible based.

Tim has completed over of 200 hours of post graduate CEU’s that focus on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Anger/Aggression Management, Dual Diagnosis, Domestic Violence and Suicide Prevention . Tim Bizelli Counseling LLC services are also featured in Psychology Today.

Since 2005 Tim Bizelli has conducted an estimated 10,600 counseling sessions and well over 6,500 group counseling sessions in the area of mental health over the years. Tim is the owner and executive clinical director of Tim Bizelli Counseling LLC. 

Paul Marion, M.A., PLPC

Paul received his bachelor degree in Theology at Gateway College in 2007 in Florissant, MO and subsequently completed his Master of Arts in Counseling with Guidance Counseling K-12 certification at Missouri Baptist University in 2016 in  St. Louis, MO.  He has a plethora of experience working with adolescents serving as a Student Pastor for 12 years. 
Paul works with adolescents in regards to anger management, anxiety, divorce reaction, depression, grief, peer/sibling/parental conflict, coping skills, and assertiveness training. 
Paul uses methods such at Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), and Positive Psychology to help adolescents find and maximize their full potential. Paul Marion PLPC  is supervised by Tim Bizelli LPC  license # 2005038700.

Ellerie Saucer PLPC

"I believe we all have the potential to live a fulfilling and meaningful life. I provide a safe and comfortable environment where I meet you where you are on your wellness journey. I use a person-centered approach in therapy, utilizing techniques such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), and Play Therapy. I work with children, adolescents, and adults. I specialize in helping clients overcome traumatic events, anxiety, depression, grief, and suicidal thoughts.

I am a Provisionally Licensed Professional Counselor (PLPC) in the State of Missouri. I received my Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Adams State University in 2017."  Ellerie is currently under supervision of Tim Bizelli Owner, ACS, LPC# 2005038700 in the state of Missouri. 

Ellerie Saucer PLPC 

Kathleen Fiorini LCSW

Kathleen Fiorini is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who has served along the continuum of therapy and social services, including trauma, addiction, life coaching, and supporting other helping professionals. She delights in working together with a person who is hungry for a new perspective on long-term struggles. "New vision on problems intruding from our past helps us build a powerful new paradigm for healing; God doesn't want us to remain stuck in that life-sucking mire, and together we will take hold of the future and all of its potential."

Her first job fresh out of college was working for Missouri Division of Youth Services; Kathleen is passionate about young people, and loves to help them find direction and their purpose in life while they shed habits, thoughts, and behaviours that are cyclical and siloing.

She also has enjoyed the privilege of providing clinical services in corporate health settings, first for Ascension Health as their Integrated Care Health Partner, and currently for Mercy Health as the McAuley Mentor, empowering coworkers to push through barriers and reach their full potential.

One vital position she held was with Behavioral Health Response (BHR) as a suicide assessment team member. "Touching each life at that crucial point changed the way I see each person throughout my day; we all carry the Imago Deo (Image of God) upon our face, and are worthy of love and care."

Kathleen came to social work through the study of interpreting for the Deaf, and is pleased to offer her services to you, whatever language you utilize; if you require an interpreter, please let her know at your initial inquiry so a qualified mental health interpreter can be provided in a timely manner (interpreter will be paid for by the therapist).