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Therapists in Columbus

Jessica Wade, Counselor  in Columbus
“Even the most independent and high-achieving woman needs to take some time for herself now and then. When success in relationships, career, parenting, or personal activities is not as permanent as hoped, allow yourself a chance to find a new way forward. If you are a woman between 18 and 60 who feels pulled in multiple directions at once, you are not alone. Maybe you are trying to cope with a sudden crisis, or unexpected loss, trauma, divorce, life transition, parenting difficulty, infertility, post-partum depression, or other bump in the road of life. I can help you find your way forward.
(614) 569-4770
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Kelli Riedl, Psychologist  in Columbus
“Each day it seems that life presents new challenges, often causing us to question certain decisions that we have made or to consider new paths that we would like to explore. My goal is to gain a clear picture of each individual's needs, to explore new and more effective ways of problem solving and to help each individual develop greater insight and personal growth. I believe the relational component of therapy is essential and serves at the foundation for establishing trust, compassion, empathy and respect. I have expertise in working with individuals of all ages: children, adolescents and adults.
(614) 626-7245
Columbus, Ohio 43220
David N Gershan, Psychologist  in Columbus
“It seems that life is a journey full of obstacles, and we're not always sure how best to navigate them. As a psychologist, I strive to understand each client's unique life challenges and collaborate to develop healthy ways to cope, improve insight into one's behaviors, and foster personal growth and positive change. I believe that empathy, a genuine effort to understand, and establishing trust are the foundation of a successful therapeutic relationship. I place importance on providing a safe, comfortable, and confidential environment in which individuals feel free to discuss and explore their experiences.
(614) 230-0179
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Christian Counselor Patricia Cornelious LPC, LICDC, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Columbus
“Affordable, Biblically based Christian Counseling for those struggling with chemical dependency (drug and alcohol problems) or Addictions, mental health issues and marital problems. The Bible Says to "Cast your cares on Jesus because he cares for you." 1Peter 5:7. Having a hard time not drinking, or getting high on cocaine, heroin, or other drugs? We can help. Call us today. Don't let your fear stop you from being all that Jesus wants you to be. Today is the day of Salvation. Call us! We treat all chemical dependency issues. E-Counseling Services (over the Internet) and Face to Face services available.
(614) 568-6208
Columbus, Ohio 43215
“You will not find a counselor/therapist more committed to assisting you than I. No one has to walk through the challenges of this life alone. If you are dealing with issues such as depression, anxiety, anger, infidelity, marriage or relationship conflicts, I can help you on your healing journey. If you are a couple who is contemplating marriage, get off to the right start. Spend more time planning for your life together than you do for your wedding. Call today to schedule your appointment for an assessment.
(614) 887-7973
Columbus, Ohio 43214
Depression Treatment Center - Ohio Hospital, Treatment Facility  in Columbus
“While not a normal part of aging, many senior adults develop late-life depression. As the clinical presentation of late-life depression does vary tremendously from depression at other ages, this mental health disorder can lead to major impairments - including death - in older adults. This is why family and friends must remain vigilant and aware of the symptoms of late-life depression and encourage loved ones to seek treatment immediately. Due to the stresses of older adulthood, late-life depression is often more common than once thought. These stresses may include increased medical conditions, greater levels of disability, grief over the loss of friends and loved ones, and increasing fears over both health and financial security. Unfortunately, many elderly individuals dismiss even the most intense episodes of depression as a normal part of the aging process and do not report their own symptoms or receive proper treatment. With advances in the understanding of depression and its treatment, late-life depression is highly treatable and can lead to improved quality of life and reduction of the severe effects of untreated depression.
(844) 212-7377
Columbus, Ohio 43223
Jodi J Schermerhorn, Counselor  in Columbus
“Jodi is approved by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist Board as a Professional Counselor/Clinical Resident. She is a member of the American Counseling Association and Ohio Counseling Association. Jodi has a Master of Education in Community Counseling degree from the University of Dayton. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Anthropology from Ohio Wesleyan University. She has an extensive background working with individuals and families dealing with a family member with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
(614) 602-5793
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Victoria M Williamson, Counselor  in Columbus
“I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with 14 years of experience, and a background in Art Therapy. I specialize in counseling adults, and have experience treating mood disorders, gambling addiction, family conflict, relationships in transition, grief and loss, end of life issues, couples counseling and substance abuse.
(614) 310-4501
Columbus, Ohio 43206
Jennifer Farkas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LISW-S
“I am pleased to provide a welcoming, safe and empathic environment in which clients can learn and grow through self discovery and personal development that emphasizes their strengths rather than their problems. I utilize an eclectic variety of treatment approaches to problem solving based on client needs and provide counseling to all ages.
(614) 664-8198
Columbus, Ohio 43202
Jeff D Sherrill, Psychologist  in Columbus
“Jeff D. Sherrill, Ph.D., was licensed as a psychologist in 1973. He was Director of Counseling and professor of psychology at Franklin University for 16 years. He has been in private practice with Meers Inc. since 1988. His doctorate is from the University of Illinois. He is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Ohio Psychological Association. He has served as President of the Central Ohio Psychological Association and as a member of the Ohio State Board of Psychology. Dr. Sherrill has expertise in marriage and family counseling, stress management, career counseling, wellness, anxiety disorders, and depression.
(614) 383-9361
Columbus, Ohio 43220
William Bumgardner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LPCC
“I believe that there is hope no matter the depth of brokenness and chaos in a person's life. In the face of difficult and over-whelming circumstances that are a part of life people can with help learn new skills and behaviors to face the challenges. My approach to counseling includes assessment in four key dimensions of life: physical, psychological, social, and spiritual. I use a mix of theories and techniques designed to help engage in sound thinking, facilitate emotional health, and develop improved coping skills.
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Nancy Schleich, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S
“Psychotherapy helps people suffering from painful, overwhelming feelings that we call depression, anxiety, despair, anger, or inability to feel. It's often difficult to sort out what part of the suffering has to do with you as an individual--the way you handle your feelings and the way you conduct your life---and what part of the suffering has to do with the relationships you are in. People who explore their emotional lives in depth untangle issues from the past and free themselves up to experience their current lives with vitality and satisfaction.
(614) 235-0728
Columbus, Ohio 43209
Jacqueline A Hatten, Counselor  in Columbus
“Since 2003 I have been working with adults and high school adolescents to help improve their daily quality of life. The majority of my clientele seek support for anxiety disorders, mood disorders, relationship counseling, grief counseling, self-esteem, as well as general life stressors.
(614) 356-7833
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Christy Carlson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PsyD
“People usually come to therapy due to a crisis. Most of the time, the crisis involves their relationships with others. This can mean partner/spousal relationships, work relationships, family relationships or the lack of satisfying relationships. I have years of experience helping people understand the patterns, often deeply etched, that are contributing to these difficulties. When you are able to be aware of your own inner patterns, you have options to interact with the world in more satisfying and productive ways.
(614) 428-0817
Columbus, Ohio 43207
“Ph.D. University of Maryland,Internship Boston University Medical Center (adult), McLean Hospital Children"s Center{Child Fellow,Harvard Medical School), Several publications (google CL Tishler, Ph.D.) in the areas of suicide, in all age groups. In practice a long time. ABPP (Diplomate in Clinical Psychology, The American Board of Professional Psychology) Easy access from entire metropolitan area. Ohio Psychological Association Distinguished Psychologist for 2010.
(614) 383-8907
Columbus, Ohio 43203
Tuck T Saul, Psychologist  in Columbus
“I work well with people who are dealing with transition(s) or issues in their lives. They may find themselves not knowing how they feel about or not know about options they may wish to take. My strong suit is helping people reduce their blind-spots, improve their self-awareness and develop the necessary skills to better their life. I especially work well with couples, with individuals who struggle with their self-esteem, and with people who are who are reluctant to take risks.
(614) 259-8974
Columbus, Ohio 43235
Linda S Karlovec, Psychologist  in Columbus
“A licensed psychologist since 1983, Linda S. Karlovec, Ph.D. works with individuals, couples, and families to help them cope with life's challenges. Dr. Karlovec helps clients deal with building and sustaining relationships; creating balance between work and family; depression and anxiety; and issues associated with spirituality, self-esteem, and physical health. For many clients, achieving their goals means increasing their capacity for acceptance of themselves and others, empathy and understanding of others, and being able to manage and share their emotions.
(614) 664-6409
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Rebecca E Collins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“I specialize in sexual issues, relationship issues, gender issues, physical, sexual, and emotional abuse, job related stress, life transitions, and the impacts of trauma, injury, and illness. I view the therapeutic relationship as a collaborative partnership and my goal is to create a supportive environment of trust and acceptance. I practice an insight-oriented and psychodynamic approach, meaning that the past informs the present and can create unconscious patterns of thought and behavior. Once we have awareness of how our experiences impact our lives, healing can begin.
(614) 808-0225
Columbus, Ohio 43214
Pamela Chapman, Psychologist  in Columbus
“I prepare psychological evaluations for individuals with a mental health condition whose symptoms prevent them from working, receiving benefits, or thriving in school.
(614) 610-9006
Columbus, Ohio 43232
Laura L. Dekle, Counselor  in Columbus
“You CAN get better, no matter what...It may seem pretty bad right now, but there are solutions that are yet to be explored. Viewing my profile is a step in the right direction. Together we can discuss a variety of options to help you have a happier, more enjoyable life. Your journey begins now!
(614) 767-5207
Columbus, Ohio 43214
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