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Therapists in Cuyahoga County

Maria Shine Stewart, Counselor  in Richmond Heights
“If you want someone to listen to your stories and aspirations, offer warm, encouraging therapy, and work as your advocate, you are in the right place. As a "helper's helper," I specialize in those caring for others, such as health professionals, teachers, parents, and others who serve, as well as those transitioning in life. I have a lifetime passion for helping. You may be a giver whose tank is almost empty; please don't give up. I will honor your spirituality and creativity. Holistically oriented, I will encourage you achieve a better balance of mind, body, and emotions.
(216) 342-9194
Jennifer C. Anderson, Psychologist  in Beachwood
“My practice is dedicated to helping children, teens, and young adults live satisfying lives, maximizing their successful functioning at home, school, and in their relationships. I diagnose and treat a wide range of emotional and behavioral concerns. I also have specialized training and expertise in the treatment of adjustment and coping challenges that can accompany medical illness. I offer a full range of services, including consultation/evaluation, treatment, and educational/psychological assessment. If there is need for specialized school services, my face-to-face testing feedback and comprehensive reports are prompt, providing specific recommendations tailored to the needs of the student.
(216) 342-3606
Patricia Lynn Saddle, Counselor  in South Euclid
“My ideal clients are students in grades 8 - 11 who are seeking assistance with transitioning to high school and beginning to explore what they want to do after high school. I work with students and their parents and provide them with coaching. This often relates to helping students with the college selection, application and essay process. I also provide guidance regarding course selection in high school and choosing a GAP year.
(216) 577-3300
Randi Gross Nathenson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Highland Heights
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S
“Difficulties in life provide tremendous opportunity for change. Rather than viewing symptoms as problems, I see them as the pathway toward greater personal growth and development. I provide a warm, compassionate environment where you can explore your feelings, tell your story, and build self-awareness. Each person's situation is unique, therefore, counseling is tailored to meet your needs. I explore core feelings, helping clients learn strategies and acquire tools for their own future use to promote understanding and growth. My approach is sensitive, patient and accepting.
(440) 473-9679
Alyssa M Mitchell, Counselor  in Beachwood
“I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor who obtained my Master's of Arts in Counseling from John Carroll University in 2002. I have practiced in agency,forensic and private practice settings in Cleveland over the course of the past ten years. I offer therapy sessions for adolescents, adults, couples and families using Cognitive Behavioral Techniques to help clients make desired and meaningful changes in their lives by helping them identify and reach their therapeutic goals.
(216) 220-8267
Barbara A Nicely, Psychologist  in Lyndhurst
“Feeling "stuck"? Your usual ways of coping don't seem to work well anymore? I can help you get "unstuck". I have a holistic, partnership approach to both therapy and testing. Mind and body are interrelated and positive change in one will benefit the other. I focus on the strengths you have and I will help you to improve your coping and to learn new skills. You will be empowered to manage both current and future challenges.
(216) 672-5866
Bonnie F Munguia, Counselor  in Maple Heights
“My purpose is to help you help yourself! I enjoy working with people to help them work through problems and find healthy solutions. Counseling is a process it is not magic! It takes your commitment to work to become the best you possible. I will commit to work with you. Throughout the years I have worked with displaced and oppressed women and children and more recently with first generation-low income students as they prepare for success in college. I look forward to meeting you as you grow along your life path. Together, we can make it better!
(216) 672-5785
Shaker Clinic, Treatment Facility  in Shaker Heights
“Shaker Clinic, located in Cleveland, Ohio is one of the leading outpatient service providers of mental healthcare for adults and seniors ages 65 and older. At Shaker, we provide comprehensive treatment and follow-up services that are designed to relieve the symptoms brought on by mental health conditions. Additionally, we offer the type of support that maximizes patients' lives. The variety of treatment services offered at Shaker Clinic are individualized to meet each patients needs and can be provided in the patient's language of choice. It is our vision to be an ever-improving care center that constantly redefines the way that mental healthcare is delivered.
(844) 202-0602
Karryl J Lindsey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cleveland Heights
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S, LICDC-C, SAP
“Serving children, teens, adults, couples and family. Specializing in substance abuse; ADHD; anger management; DOT violations and anyone who has difficulty identifying and sharing their issues and emotions appropriately. Issues and emotions which has caused concern for one's relationships in the home, community, and/or the workplace.
(216) 672-5462
Pamela Carrington, Psychologist  in Rocky River
“My clients are individuals who are not currently happy with their life situation, even though they may not say so. They know they can be happier and more content, if they only knew how. The motivation to change is what makes clients move toward reaching their potential. I believe everyone has this ability. I enjoy working with clents of all ages, "helping them to help themselves" from a holistic perspective, and specialize in mood and anxiety disorders and women's/men's issues, as well as ADHD diagnosis and treatment for children, adolescents, and adults.
(440) 575-5090
“I especially enjoy working with families with school age children who are experiencing challenges related to adoption or other trauma-related issues such as divorce or abuse. I like to combine parent guidance and support with play therapy for their child. My approach is active and engaged. I also enjoy working with children and adolescents who are socially awkward and struggling to be part of a peer group. I am also happy to see adolescents and adults who are going through transitions in their lives that may be causing them worry or anxiety.
(216) 777-1606
Deborah Ross, Psychologist  in Cleveland
“Therapy should be individually tailored to the client. With over 30 years experience, I have several techniques to use to help people achieve their goals. Successful therapy depends upon an open and trusting relationship. I am trained in hypnosis, EMDR, Energy psychology, and crisis intervention as well as traditional techniques. Special areas of expertise include fears and anxiety, OCD, relationships, trauma, divorce and its effects on parents and children. I use hypnosis for relaxation training, smoking cessation, and past life regression. My office is a small, quiet and private one, not a part of a big practice.
(440) 497-0990
Andrea Stephenson-Burland, Psychologist  in Solon
“I work with children, teens and families. I specialize in helping parents of young children learn new ways to manage their children's behavior. This entails helping parents understand their own reactions to a child's behavior. I also work with adolescents to help them learn to manage their anxiety and depression so they can be successful in their day to day lives. Gaining a new perspective is key in bringing about any change.
(440) 574-6265
Solon, Ohio 44139
“Change. Heal. Grow Our goal at Oceanside Services is to provide a safe, calm, empathetic environment where men and women can express themselves honestly and authentically. By listening, and sharing, it is our hope that an individual can uncover their strengths and find a stronger understanding of self and their world.
(440) 510-3019
“I enjoy working with intelligent clients who are stuck in relationship or career issues and want to gain a broader view of themselves in life to help them move into new territory that previously seemed scarey. Learning to take risks in your personal or work life requires contemplation before putting it into action. Let's collaborate and reflect on your present situation to help you toward more fulfillment in life.
(440) 520-1036
Kate Bremer, Counselor  in Fairview Park
“Every journey begins with the first step. When new clients come to me I congratulate them for successfully taking that first step which is often the hardest part of their counseling journey. After meeting me, clients will say, "You aren't like other therapists." My style is down-to-earth and straight forward, with a side of laughter, and a box of Kleenex. I'm your toughest mentor and your biggest cheerleader all rolled into one. You come to me with a problem, and hire me to help you fix it. I take that job seriously, and consider us partners.
(440) 525-2560
Chaim Ellis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Woodmere
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“I am a graduate of Cleveland State University and a Licensed Social Worker in the state of Ohio. I also graduated from Mir Rabbinical College in Israel. I provide assessment and therapeutic interventions that foster healthy development in individuals and their families, with a focus on treating children with behavioral issues, as well as ADHD, OCD, ODD, anxiety, adjustment and depressive disorders. I focus on helping children develop effective social skills. In addition to my work at Advanced Therapy Center, I also serve as an instructor in psychology and Judaic studies at the Hebrew Academy of Cleveland.
(216) 672-0066
Woodmere, Ohio 44122
Linette Graddic, Counselor  in Euclid
“I am a knowledgeable and compassionate psychotherapist specializing in individual and couples counseling. Using an eclectic theoretical approach to treatment intervention strategies, my passion is to facilitate the process of an individual's personal awareness and development towards transformation and wellness. I work with a wide range of emotional, behavioral and mental health issues including therapy for depression and anxiety issues, parenting support and anger management. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere, I offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each of my clients' individual needs to help attain the personal growth for which they are striving.
(216) 220-8253
Euclid, Ohio 44132
Mark Lovinger, Psychologist  in Woodmere
“In my 30 years of experience as a child and adult clinical psychologist, I have developed a diverse set of assessment and therapeutic skills, allowing me to provide optimal care to children, adults and families. I am a member of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC), and my specialties include helping families going through the difficulties of divorce, parent coordination, preserving a cooperative and collaborative environment to keep the children's best interests a priority, and conducting court-ordered custody evaluations. Attorneys and courts frequently request these services in order to help resolve child custody and parenting disputes.
(216) 820-9885
Woodmere, Ohio 44122
Maria Bonner, Counselor  in Cleveland
“"I define counseling as the process of walking along side of an individual who is seeking to be emotionally and mentally whole. During the counseling process the client will learn various skills needed for them to walk in victory over their circumstances! I believe that educating, equipping, and empowering individuals is vital in an individual's true transformational process!"
(216) 777-1223
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Cuyahoga County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Cuyahoga County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Cuyahoga County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Cuyahoga County or family therapy in Cuyahoga County.

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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.