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Couples Counseling Therapists in Cincinnati

Gary W Jacobs, Pastoral Counselor  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Pastoral Counselor, DMin, MDiv, LISW
“Lifeline Counseling LLC is a full service provider offering direct care in individual, couples, and family counseling. Whether the concerns are related to personal, social, academic, or occupational funcitoning and well-being, Dr. Gary Jacobs uses an integrated, solution-focused approach best suited to each person's intellectual, physical, and spiritual strengths. With an emphasis on enhancing strengths, providing tools, and building skills, this client-driven approach is best suited to meet each person's particular goals for living and feeling well.
Couples Counseling
(513) 283-8150
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
Gene Colina, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S, ASCW, AAMFT
“Are you not doing as well as you would like in your life in some meaningful way and are suffering? Are you living with unnecessary burdens and obstructions? Do you want to feel better and stronger or have someone in your life who believes you could be better and stronger? I have almost 39 years of experience, not including three years (pre graduate school) of street gang work, and I am privileged to say that I have treated almost every problem, population and age group imaginable with success. I won't quit if you won't.
Couples Counseling
(513) 318-7037
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Karen (Rusty) G. Siegfried, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S, ACSW
“Psychotherapy is not only about relieving mental distress. It is also about increasing resilience, wholeness, wellness, and improving relationships. I believe the therapist's job is to offer a safe place for healing - a place where an individual, couple, or family can be listened to with skill and respect. In the process of establishing a safe relationship and setting realistic goals, people grow and change according to their abilities. People are the "experts" of their own lives. I believe in the interdependence of the generations in families and in the human community.
Couples Counseling
(513) 379-0214
Cincinnati, Ohio 45209
Lin Penrod, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“My approach to counseling is holistic and builds upon the strengths and values of my clients to provide support to them to achieve a balance in their lives. For clients with faith beliefs, these are incorporated into the counseling experience. Emphasis is given to assist clients in defining their goals and then setting practical and realistic steps to make positive changes. I primarily use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, but also pull from others types to better tailor the therapy for each individual.
Couples Counseling
(513) 399-8811
Cincinnati, Ohio 45248
Steve Jesse ~ Leading Greatly,   in Cincinnati
“Being truly listened to without judgement... there is nothing in life more validating! The only reason I know this is because I've experienced it first-hand through my own personal coaching. Learn to LEAD YOUR LIFE more effectively as I help you identify and overcome fears, expose limiting beliefs and recognize self-sabotage. I will then help you create a fool-proof plan for moving forward. I come into this partnership to listen, validate and teach you skills and techniques for personal growth. We will make the road by walking, together.
Couples Counseling
(513) 217-9865
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
John M Tidd, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“Do you feel connected and passionate with yourself? With your partner? My professional passion is in helping individuals and couples develop deeply connected intimate and vibrant relationships with their partner and within themselves. I have found that a committed couple can often work through hurt, misunderstanding, and loneliness to find a relationship that feels safe, loving, and deeply engaged. I work in an open, encouraging, and emotionally attuned style that respects each partner's experience, which can help dissolve painful, disconnecting cycles and develop new enlivening, loving, and connected ways of relating.
Couples Counseling
(513) 823-3123
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
Steve Anthony Silliman, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“I believe occasionally everyone needs help & understanding to sort out the "mess" we see and feel in this chaotic world. I will listen and help you to make sense of the problems you face in your daily life, while helping you to heal from any wounds from your past. Often, our past experiences can be like a prison wall, keeping us from realizing our true potential, identity, and freedom. I use a cognitive-behavioral therapy approach, tailored to your needs. Feel free to give me a call to set up an appointment.
Couples Counseling
(614) 541-2598
Cincinnati, Ohio 45238
Brian Wright, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“I believe that counseling doesn't come with a manual or a "cookie-cutter" approach. You are a person with feelings and thoughts unique to your own concerns and issues. I don't approach our counseling relationship based on your diagnosis or societal labels. I try to assist according to how you see your world and recognize that we all make different choices. We don't have to be held captive to a mental illness and I will help you try to find the "keys to those locks".
Couples Counseling
(513) 327-7438
Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW, BCD
“I am a psychodynamic psychotherapist who works well with motivated, psychologically minded clients. I am able to work with clients diagnosed with major mental illnesses, as well as personality disorders, chemical dependency problems, and long term relationship problems and emotional vulnerabilities. I believe that understanding the roots of psychological problems/symptoms is more helpful than merely relieving symptoms, regardless of whether the therapy is short-term or long-term. I value the use of psychiatric medications along with therapy.I believe that a person's desire to change has more to do with benefitting from therapy than his diagnosis.
Couples Counseling
(513) 655-4937
Cincinnati, Ohio 45229
Randy L Preshaw, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“Stress, anxiety and depression can interfere with an indivduals' ability to identify and mobilize their existing strengths and resources. This,in turn, can lead to relationship difficulties and conflicts in relationships. This vicious circle can leave individuals feeling frustrated, alone and helpless. With over 20 years of experience, I can individualize treatment from multiple approaches to help clients regain a sense of empowerment in their lives.
Couples Counseling
(513) 828-0168 x4
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Shirley Radlove, Ph.D, LLC, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“Everyone goes through hard times in life but when the pain is so deep we cannot handle it alone, a highly experienced therapist is here to guide you on your journey to recovery. I am here for you. Trust the process. "If not now, when?" (Hillel)
Couples Counseling
(513) 409-8213
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Leigh S Finkel, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“Anxiety, depression and relationship problems can seem overwhelming, but you will be pleasantly surprised how a a caring listener with the expertise to tackle these issues can get you started on the right track almost immediately. My clients typically report feeling calmer and more hopeful even after their first session. While we may have some difficult work to do, I offer the comfort of a roadmap, and at times, specific directions, on this journey. I carefully tailor my approach to each individual client with the focus on how to improve your current life and functioning.
Couples Counseling
(513) 360-6064
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Margery J Shupe, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Life can present us with difficulties and events that challenge our well-being and impact our ability to manage our life circumstances. There are times when we need guidance, support or assistance with processing these events, our thoughts and feelings, or help with making difficult life decisions. I provide counseling and therapy with a warm, caring and empathic approach. I highly value patient confidentiality, trust, understanding, and recovery. I believe that it is -in -and through the strong working relationship that develops between the client and the counselor that the healing of issues is achieved and the clients' goals are mastered.
Couples Counseling
(513) 806-2784
Cincinnati, Ohio 45249
Caitlin Yilmazer, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“I primarily work with adults, couples, and LGBTQ clients who may be experiencing a variety of issues such as: anxiety, depression, anger management, difficult life transitions, issues of sexuality, relationship issues, and self-esteem. When working with couples, I aim to help couples develop effective communication skills, conflict resolution skills, and create intimacy. I also work with LGBTQ couples and international couples. I have a strong educational background in human sexuality. I obtained a minor in sexuality studies from Wright State University, where my coursework primarily focused on human sexuality and LGBTQ education.
Couples Counseling
(937) 601-4389
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
Sara M. Mills, PsyD, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“My top priority is to provide effective, high quality treatment within a safe, confidential, and respectful environment in which clients can explore their concerns, express their feelings, and learn new skills to mange themselves, their relationships, and their lives. I believe that the foundation of successful treatment rests on the quality of the working relationship that develops between the psychologist and client.
Couples Counseling
(513) 453-4704
Cincinnati, Ohio 45226
Lynda McConn, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Are you tired of the patterns in your life that keep you from feeling happy and secure? Are you looking for a place to heal old wounds and remedy current problems in a safe and non-judgmental environment? Everyone needs a place that feels safe and supportive where one can unravel a problem or work through a difficult phase of life. Whether you are dealing with depression or anxiety, separation/divorce, or wounds from your past we can work together to find a more fulfilling and satisfying life both within yourself and in your relationships, experiencing integration emotionally, bodily and spiritually.
Couples Counseling
(513) 399-8743
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Debjani Sinha, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“My psychotherapy practice offers a safe, welcoming environment to actively work on your health and well-being, to learn ways to bring back joy and stability into your life. We will collaboratively establish our goals in therapy, and pace our sessions to match your needs. I offer both psychotherapy and assessment services. Psychotherapy sessions focus on growth-oriented issues even when addressing adjustment and mental health concerns. Assessment services are geared toward answering specific referral questions, usually to do with academic aptitude and school/college accommodations, especially for high-stakes examinations.
Couples Counseling
(513) 729-6062
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Anthony J Barone, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“Because of life's ever-present stresses and uncertainties, all of us must face a variety of changes and adjustments as we move through life. Sometimes this can result in personal difficulties that cannot be resolved alone. Intervention may be needed to help find solutions and avoid future problems. I am a clinical psychologist trained to address many developmental and life-adjustment issues for a broad spectrum of individuals from early childhood through adolescence, adulthood and later life. My training is designed to help individuals resolve their emotional/social conflicts, and cope more successfully with the demands of the world.
Couples Counseling
(513) 348-1410
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
John Walsh, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“I believe that everyone has the right to live life in harmony, with integrity and wholeness. My role as a therapist is to assist the client in seeking their quest for this search. It is a profound gift to walk with clients as they open themselves in trust to this journey.
Couples Counseling
(513) 259-2112
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
Susan Gall, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Susan began her career in 1978 working in public mental health services in West Virginia in a partial hospitalization unit providing individual & group psychotherapy to adolescents & adults. She relocated to Cincinnati in 1981 & continued working in public mental health for 6 more years on an outpatient basis. Susan left public mental health to begin private practice work in 1987 with The Center for Psychotherapy, where she remained for 16 years. She worked closely with Adult & Child Psychiatrists in her continuing work with children, adults & families. Susan joined The Family Therapy Center in 2003 where she takes a psycho/social & cognitive/behavioral approach in her work.
Couples Counseling
(513) 318-0844
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
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