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Therapists in Cincinnati

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.
(513) 399-8811
Cincinnati, Ohio 45248
Carolyn Zahner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“The clients I serve achieve clarity and resolution by expanding their perspectives and developing new ways of being and doing. I offer an integrative approach bridging the medical/cognitive models with transpersonal/humanistic approaches. I am experienced in working with relationship issues, incest/sexual abuse and other traumas, depression/anxiety, grief, death and dying and life transitions. I have a high success rate in helping clients suffering with psychotic experiences and in helping families cope. I also provide mediation services for families regarding divorce/custody issues and parenting coaching. I serve adults and children providing individual, couples and family sessions.
(513) 823-4076
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Kim Ronk, Counselor  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, RN, PCC, MEd, MA
“Sexual intimacy is a necessary and vital part of our relationships.How we relate to ourselves and others is the foundation for happiness and life satisfaction. Sexual concerns surrounding desire, arousal, orgasms, erections and frequency are treated in my practice. Concerns in these areas can be uncomfortable, but the clients I have treated are able to discuss and open up quickly. Clients gain insight, make changes and deepen their intimacy, understanding, and self worth in all areas of their relationships. I do receive referrals from top doctors in Cincinnati who trust my care and judgement.
(513) 342-6887
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
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.
(513) 453-4704
Cincinnati, Ohio 45226
Emily Welling, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“The Welling Group offers counseling to individuals looking to improve the quality of their lives in the areas of relationships, families, personal, professional, academically and spiritually. I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) and a member of the American Counseling Association (ACA). In my practice I use a holistic approach in the counseling process by looking at all aspects that effect the human condition including one's physical, emotional, social, and spiritual health. I have worked with individuals with issues including: anxiety, phobias, adjustment issues, depression, marital/ relational challenges, assertiveness training, self-esteem, empowerment, communication as well as many others.
(513) 275-7259
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Laura Bradford, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“My focus is working with adolescents, young adults, and couples. I work with adolescents and young adults who may be dealing with issues including anger management, anxiety, depression, grief/lose, self-esteem, and suicidal ideation. My work with couple's issues includes: relationship conflict, communication strategies, and creating intimacy. My goal is to teach new coping skills, to offer an outside perspective on your situation, and ultimately to help you become a better you.
(513) 342-3763
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
Cymbria L Hess, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, IMFT
“Have you ever felt like you were in over your head and wondered if a problem is serious or just a "stage"? Whether parenting your child or teen, trying to balance your personal life or manage your intimate relationship; even the best of us can still have times where an outside compassionate, neutral party is useful. From minor discomforts to a full depressive episode everyone needs a hand now and then. Let me help clarify what concerns you. I can work with you individually, privately with your teen or child, or together with your partner and/or family.
(513) 828-0153 x1
Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
Paul Diamond, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“An effective therapist must have empathy and caring for his client, as well as the skills and knowledge to do the work. I believe my personality and values help me offer the first and my decades of work as well as training and supervising many other therapists have honed my abilities. I have experience in combining psychodynamic theories within a humanistic and supportive approach.
(513) 318-7010
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Erika Eisenberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“You may feel stuck, anxious, sad, overwhelmed, burnt out, exhausted, pressured and struggling to cope with the inevitable ups and downs of life. Transitions, relationships, communication, functioning and self care can be so hard if you are feeling so low. Maybe everything looks good on the outside but inside, you are hurting. No matter what your struggle or concern, you are worthy of feeling joy, feeling connection, feeling comfortable and stable. You are worthy of feeling better! Let's work together on your goals.
(513) 280-8898
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
Sarah Headley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“At the Welling Group, we emphasize the integration of body, mind and spirit. Our therapists recognize that all three aspects of one's self must be balanced in order to maximize our human potential. You will feel calm, relaxed and safe in our comfortable, Montgomery office environment. I have experience working with a wide variety of clients. I have worked with families, couples and individuals affected by severe mental illness, those who were struggling with transitional life stressors as well as grief, pain and mortality issues.
(513) 924-4280
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Ruth Ellerbusch, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“I have specialized in the healing of trauma for the last 31 years through individual, group, couples work. My expertise is EMDR. After 18 years of using this tool I am still amazed at how profoundly and quickly clients heal from tremendous pain and struggles. EMDR is often considered to be used only and primarily for a discreet trauma like a car accident. In fact, however, EMDR is a tool that incorporates how the brain processes information every night during REM sleep. Since our brains have REM daily, EMDR is a magnificient way to address most of life's problems.
(513) 280-8856
Cincinnati, Ohio 45241
Eileen Lee, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S
“I view myself as a catalyst for the change my clients need to make. Be it the effects of trauma, loss, addiction or depression or anxiety that are interferring with achieving her/his goals, my clients gain new insights, behavior, thinking accomplish goals and lead happier lives through the understanding, empathy, compasstionate confrontation and educationn that I provide. I have been practicing for 27 years and am trained in a variety of therapeutic modalities and techniques including insight oriented therapy, CBT, EMDR, systems theory, dynamic psychotherapy.
(513) 275-7237
Cincinnati, Ohio 45206
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.
(513) 379-0214
Cincinnati, Ohio 45209
Susan Hoover, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“I have been a psychotherapist for over 15 years. I provide a nurturing environment where we can safely explore difficult issues. I have a highly interactive approach and believe that the best results come from a strong therapeutic relationship. Many of the people I work with are the "walking wounded" - 'regular folks' feeling that they are not dealing well with the stresses of everyday life. Other people I work with have a history of chronic mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, and bi-polar disorder.
(513) 795-1326
Cincinnati, Ohio 45226
Nancy Panganamala, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
Psychologist, PsyD
“As an integrative clinical psychologist I tailor therapy to individuals' needs and strengths. I frequently assist clients to overcome anxiety, depression, transitions in life, and other personal challenges. As a trained health psychologist I have also helped clients with health-related issues. In my six-week Stress Management Program I teach mind-body techniques and tools for use in daily life. I am a member of the American Psychological Association, Cincinnati Academy of Professional Psychology, and American Society of Clinical Hypnosis. My supportive, respectful, and collaborative approach is the foundation of my work, and I welcome questions about my practice.
(513) 318-7001
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Norman I Hirsch, Psychiatrist  in Cincinnati
“I treat a broad range of problems, based on years of experience. Often, I combine medication and psychotherapy with good results. I treat acute conditions, such as severe depression and anxiety, to help the patient restore his or her level of functioning. I also treat longer-lasting conditions which might allow one to "get by", but feel as if they are tied in knots. I feel positive about having helped many people make long-lasting and important changes in their lives.
(513) 437-3053
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
Sandra A Metz, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, IMFT, NCC
“I was trained in Marriage and Family therapy and I view most of life's difficulties as relationship-based, whether it is your relationship to friends and family, to your spouse or others. I also draw from other types of therapies to provide help that is holistic, practical and person-centered.
(513) 438-4043
Cincinnati, Ohio 45231
Rena Mei-Tal, Psy.D., Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“My work with clients is grounded in a collaborative relationship. We work together to clarify your goals and choices, and to become aware of both the internal and the external barriers to achieving these goals. My therapeutic style supports my clients in living with increased awareness rather than automatically repeating old destructive patterns; my emphasis on addressing issues with compassion supports self-exploration and change. Over time, we collaborate in shaping a life that is consistent with your values, which in turn increases self-respect and peace of mind.
(513) 448-1908
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Virginia Reid, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“As a licensed clinical psychologist I see my role as providing you with a safe, nonjudgmental and caring environment - a place where you can explore your struggles and better understand the obstacles that may be getting in the way of you achieving your goals. My approach is supportive, collaborative and validating. I see you as an active participant in your therapy - I come with experience and expertise but believe that you are the expert on your life. My role is to help empower you to build on your strengths so that you can better cope with the challenges you may be facing in your life.
(513) 806-2738
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Abe Soliman, MD Individual Care Center, Psychiatrist  in Cincinnati
“I am best suited to treat those individuals whose lives have been affected by mental health issues or substance abuse. My goal is to work in collaboration with my patient's family, their therapist and primary care physician in order to provide them with the treatment best suited for their needs. We provide pain management. We treat professionals with mental health and substance abuse issues. I highly value patient confidentiality, trust, understanding, and recovery.
(513) 273-5596
Cincinnati, Ohio 45249
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