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Family Counseling Therapists in Columbus

Leigh Cascioli, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S, MSW
“Are you goal oriented? Do you struggle with maintaining your motivation to change? Would you like to develop the skills needed to create positive changes in your life? Are you struggling with focus or needing to make a lifestyle change? Permanent change is challenging but possible if you have the right tools. I can assist you in identifying your goals and developing a plan that will enable you to experience success. Whether you are dealing with a relationship issue, managing depression and anxiety or frustrated by lack of focus we can make a positive impact in your life.
Family Counseling
(614) 383-9652
Columbus, Ohio 43206
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, or is trying to cope with a sudden crisis, or unexpected loss, trauma, life transition, infertility, post-partum depression, or other bump in the road of life, I can help you find your way forward.
Family Counseling
(614) 569-4770
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Jye Breckenridge, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S
“People seek psychotherapy for many different reasons. Some feel stuck in distressing patterns that prevent them from feeling satisfied, connecting with others, or from finding direction in their lives. Others want help with specific emotional difficulties such as depression, anxiety, or are seeking to come to terms with a painful personal history.
Family Counseling
(614) 468-5009
Columbus, Ohio 43202
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.
Family Counseling
(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.
Family Counseling
(614) 383-9361
Columbus, Ohio 43220
James A. Fidelibus, Psychologist  in Columbus
“I am passionate about relationships. Maybe it's my Italian genes, or maybe it's my sense of family values. Or perhaps it's my own marriage of 30+ years. For whatever reason, I care about helping relationships survive and thrive. My training includes Gottman Method and Emotionally Focused Therapy. What you can expect is a structured approach in which we specify goals and work to build strong emotional alliances. I facilitate your interaction as a couple to lead you into a deeper understanding of each other first, and then move on to problem-solving and practical decision-making.
Family Counseling
(614) 383-9828
Columbus, Ohio 43214
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!
Family Counseling
(614) 767-5207
Columbus, Ohio 43214
Andrea Sikon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S
“I have a passion for helping people through life's transitions and restoring hope, meaning and purpose in order to lead more fulfilling lives. I am skilled at combining evidence-based treatment approaches with compassion, warmth and a natural love for working with people. I have been providing therapy to individuals, families, couples, and groups for over 14 years. I have a collaborative approach and we will work together to find the treatment which best meets your needs.
Family Counseling
(614) 702-2199
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Amy Shevrin, LISW-S, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
“Whether it's stress, depression, anxiety, life transitions, relationship or family concerns, the emotional toll of an illness or a trauma, I have a strong record of helping my clients achieve their mental health goals. I am eager to support your efforts to move forward, address your challenges, and lead a fuller life. Sometimes we feel stuck in our lives. It takes courage to admit that everything we have tried to get ourselves unstuck has not worked. It also takes courage to contact a therapist for the first time, or if you have been in counseling before, trying it again.
Family Counseling
(614) 450-1964
Columbus, Ohio 43209
Arbor Counseling, Counselor  in Columbus
“I see a variety of children, adults and families dealing with anxiety, depression, codependency and boundaries, trauma, and adjustment and life transition concerns. I enjoy working with people in ministry and thier families. Much of my time is focused on managing Arbor Counseling ensuring a quality treatment experience for a wider variety of treatment needs. If I cannot help you personally, it is likely that I have someone in the practice that will be a good fit for your concerns.
Family Counseling
(614) 808-4124 x88
Columbus, Ohio 43235
Catherine Mccutcheon, Counselor  in Columbus
“The enjoyment of seeing individuals and families grow, successfully transitioning as they journey through their lives is is why I have been a counselor for over 20 years and still love what I do. It is my experience that people are better able to face their challenges through the unity of wisdom and compassion. This is what I offer.
Family Counseling
(614) 423-6402
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Jerry Worthington, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
“I have been in the counseling profession for over 30 years. I still look forward to meeting new people who desire to change and have the courage to share their personal life with me. I believe the times we live in offer so much to so many, yet so many struggles with finding satisfaction, meaning and a sense of belonging in the world. I view the counseling process as one of collaboration with the counselor and client to identify the client’s strengths and issues to work on. I believe therapeutic relationship is the primary tool in facilitating personal growth.
Family Counseling
(614) 664-6457
Columbus, Ohio 43212
Judi Welsh, Counselor  in Columbus
“Judi provides services to individuals ages 12 through adulthood, with a special focus on adolescents and women's issues. Judi's areas of treatment include anxiety, mood disorders, chronic illness, overcoming sexual abuse and trauma, eating disorders, life transitions, divorce recovery, grief and loss, and those in recovery from spiritual and religious abuse. With her strong background working in schools, Judi is able to partner with families dealing with school-based challenges and educational difficulties. Judi's clients clients learn to use hope, humor, and resiliency while learning better skills to manage their lives and the challenges they face.
Family Counseling
(614) 796-4152
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Brooke Stuck, Counselor  in Columbus
“I'm an independently licensed social worker and an associate of Bluestone Counseling LLC. With several years of experience in the mental health field I enjoy working with a diverse group of individuals. I have experience working with youth and families, adults, and couples with a wide range of personal issues. Specialties include relationship problems, life transition, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, and crisis intervention.
Family Counseling
(614) 524-0373
Columbus, Ohio 43214
Richard J Fetter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S
“I have been licensed to provide independent Counseling Psychotherapy in the State of Ohio since 1982. I have a detailed understanding of several theoretical approaches and practice methods and I appreciate that most all therapeutic approaches have certain values, e.g. behavioral therapy is best to treat discrete symptoms, cognitive therapy is best suited to teach re-framing and interpersonal problem solving, existential psychotherapy takes one to a deep personal exploration of the self and one's interaction with others, etc. I treat individuals, I assess and counsel heterosexual or same sex couples, and I also provide family counseling.
Family Counseling
(614) 383-9226
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Enliven Resource, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
“Welcome to Enliven Resource. We provide supportive, comprehensive, and superior clinical services for adults, adolescents, children, couples, families and employers. We're dedicated to helping others overcome life challenges. Our extensive expertise includes but not limited to: Unexpected stressors (grief or crisis), Chronic conditions (past trauma, anxiety or depression), relational issues and Work-related struggles. We understand the importance of working holistically - focusing on the individual along with the people and influences that impact their life (family, school, employer, other medical professions) to ensure the most effective treatment and the best outcome.
Family Counseling
(614) 682-6853 x1
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Craig M. Noreen, Counselor  in Columbus
“I know the decision to pursue counseling can be a difficult one. I applaud you for choosing to move forward. By doing so, you've taken the first step to making things better. Now comes the challenging task of finding the right therapist; someone who will be empathetic, insightful, and actively engaged in helping you reach your goals for therapy.
Family Counseling
(614) 914-2031
Columbus, Ohio 43220
“Our selves evolve out of our interactions with the significant persons in our lives. Changes in our understanding of past interactions can change the way we feel about ourselves. Changing our current relationships with significant persons in our lives can also change our moods or our feelings about ourselves. My therapy, therefore focuses on the meaningful interaction patterns and emotional system in the client's life, whether I am seeing the client individually or as part of a couple or a family. Each relationship, each working group is an integrated emotional system.
Family Counseling
(614) 610-4951
Columbus, Ohio 43212
Rebecca J Gaines, Counselor  in Columbus
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and work with families and individuals of all ages. I specialize in mood disorders, eating disorders, and family conflict. My ability to acutely discern individual symptoms enables me to work with a variety of clients in different situations and life scenarios. My primary goal is to provide a comfortable space for clients to speak openly about their concerns, fears, and even hopes! In working through these issues, I equip my clients with the tools necessary to cope with life's obstacles and move forward with a clear path toward their goals.
Family Counseling
(614) 472-8436
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Sasha Ribic, Psychologist  in Columbus
“I have experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. I specialize in working with emerging adults, ages 15-25, and individuals coping with various life transitions, self-harming behaviors, anxiety symptoms, disordered eating habits, self-esteem concerns, and women’s issues. Additionally, areas of interest include grief/trauma counseling, depression, LGBTQ related topics, and eliminating self-defeating behaviors. My work is collaborative and interactive with an emphasis on the therapeutic relationship, as well as, client strengths and resiliencies. I strive to be a socially responsible practitioner, who respects and celebrates human diversity and difference.
Family Counseling
(614) 454-4342
Columbus, Ohio 43220
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