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Mood Disorders Therapists in Columbus
Seasonal Affective, Post-Partum

The Center For Cognitive And Behavioral Therapy, Counselor  in Columbus
“Three simple rules of life: 1. If you do not GO after what you want, you'll never have it. 2.If you do not ASK, the answer will always be NO. 3. If you do not step forward, you'll always be in the same place. Your past does not have to define you, destroy you, deter you, or defeat you; allow it to strengthen you. - Steve Maraboli. I am Clinical Counselor affiliated with the Center for Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy. I specialize in depression, anxiety, behavioral issues, trauma, family conflicts, relationship issues, parenting, and bipolar disorder.
Mood Disorders
(614) 767-5451
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Kimberly Bozeman, Counselor  in Columbus
“My motto is "If it's important enough to bother you, it's important enough to discuss!" Regardless of depression, fear, abuse, anxiety, marriage, or self-esteem issues, you can find relief with therapeutic counseling. I use integrated psychotherapy, whereby each client's therapy is uniquely tailored to his or her unique condition.
Mood Disorders
(614) 907-8232 x6262
Columbus, Ohio 43232
Ann Rippel, Counselor  in Columbus
“Are you looking for a therapist who is supportive, non-judgmental, and has a passion for helping people through tough times? Look no further! Inner Harmony Health & Wellness is a professional counseling practice operated by Ann Rippel in Gahanna, Ohio. Ann is passionate about offering psychotherapy for adults of all ages in a welcoming and supportive environment. Ann offers talk therapy as well as some very effective tools to help you reach your wellness goals in a timely manner.
Mood Disorders
(614) 541-2537
Office is near:
Columbus, Ohio 43219
Illumine Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
“Empowering, insightful, compassionate. With over 20 years of experience, I have successfully assisted clients in improving their lives with a wide range of issues. The possibilities are endless, but sometimes the world and how you see yourself can keep you stuck. It can be difficult to see the way to a better life. You don't have to do it alone. At Illumine Counseling you will receive compassionate support to clearly reveal your path to a greater sense of well being. Contact me today to step forward on your path to wholeness.
Mood Disorders
(614) 504-8783
Office is near:
Columbus, Ohio 43229
Mood Disorders
(614) 349-4514
Columbus, Ohio 43229
Tasha Castor, Counselor  in Columbus
“Tasha specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating. She also specializes in the issues that often co-exist with eating disorders including but not limited to anxiety, depression, self-harm, self-esteem, body dysmorphia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, borderline personality disorder, relationship concerns, and adjustment disorders. Tasha uses a holistic approach to therapy and has training in various treatment modalities, most notably dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), an evidence-based treatment for borderline personality disorder.
Mood Disorders
(614) 524-5836
Columbus, Ohio 43219
Gretchen S Buckles, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“For over 20 years, I have tried to create a warm, compassionate and non-judgmental atmosphere in which to address mood disorders, couples' issues, self-esteem, and work and life stress issues. I use a problem solving approach that focuses on strengths.
Mood Disorders
(614) 664-6013
Columbus, Ohio 43212
Katie Kovacs, Counselor  in Columbus
“Katie specializes in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of eating disorders (including anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating), anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, self-harm behaviors, relationship problems, and related issues. She is also experienced in treating postpartum issues, including weight and body difficulties that can come after having a baby. Other areas of clinical interest for Katie include: giftedness and eating disorders; sexual anorexia; eating disorders in the fitness industry; and other disordered eating behaviors, such as "diabulimia," "orthorexia," "pregorexia," "drunkorexia," and "anorexia athletica."
Mood Disorders
(614) 468-3915
Columbus, Ohio 43219
Jacqueline Lewis-Lyons, Psychologist  in Columbus
“I help my clients, adults as well as children, learn to use their personal strengths to eliminate stress and establish new patterns of behavior to make their lives healthier and happier. We work together to address issues of low self-confidence, the fear of public speaking, a lack of supportive relationships or health-related problems. I enjoy seeing the positive changes my clients make as they achieve their goals that lead to a more satisfying life.
Mood Disorders
(614) 472-8072
Columbus, Ohio 43229
Mark Wm Smith, Counselor  in Columbus
“I believe you can change. And I believe you can overcome your circumstances. Our lives start with an incomplete personality. Shaped by a less than ideal environment, we often get stuck in patterns of behavior, coping strategies, or personality styles that cause us emotional and psychological pain. By taking a look at where you came from, searching out usable handholds through empirically tested interventions, and being responsible to your part in your personal growth, I believe you can recover from the depressions, anxieties, obsessions, or addictions that beset you.
Mood Disorders
(614) 682-7131
Columbus, Ohio 43214
Mike Schaefer, Counselor  in Columbus
“Approaching life's changes is often accompanied by high levels of distress and feelings of being lost. I like working with persons in transition because of the tremendous opportunity for real change and growth that I have seen take place. I can help you tap into your inherent wisdom so you can walk with confidence on your own path. I work with individuals and couples during mid-life transitions, career changes (or a growing need for one), relationship changes, ongoing mood problems, excessive anxiety, and stresses associated with changes in religion/spiritual outlook.
Mood Disorders
(614) 470-5322
Columbus, Ohio 43085
Judy Fisher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“I have been a practicing clinical social worker for over 30 years. I have extensive experience in working with individuals, couples, and families. I work with clients who are at least 13 years of age. I believe I excel in assisting clients work through depression, anxiety, and /or life issues that impede an individual or a couple in maximizing their potential. Because I believe that children are often the victims of adversarial divorces, I am also a certified divorce and family mediator with the Court of Common Pleas. My focus in my mediation work is to help children of divorce.
Mood Disorders
(614) 470-5374
Columbus, Ohio 43203
Gwendolyn Rees, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S
“There are few professional relationships where trust, a commitment to openness, and creating a safe environment are more important than in the client/therapist dynamic. Finding the right therapist can be a difficult but essential feature in creating personal growth and fulfillment. It is my passionate belief that this working relationship between client and therapist is the foundation of successful treatment. I have over ten years of experience working with a broad and varied range of individuals struggling with a myriad of challenges, including anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, eating disorders, isolation, sexuality, and relationship issues.
Mood Disorders
(614) 341-7090
Hosts group in:
Columbus, Ohio 43085
Tracie L. Keller, LPCC, LLC, Counselor  in Columbus
“I am a supervising professional clinical counselor (LPCC-S), licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapy board. My approach to therapy is guided and impacted by my belief that human beings innately know what is best for them-however, sometimes we get a little lost along the way. I believe that all of my clients are trying to cope in the best way that they can, and with some support and the provision of alternative strategies, can live the lives that they are meant to live.
Mood Disorders
(614) 907-8256
Office is near:
Columbus, Ohio 43210
Andy Stuck, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW, MSW, CPC, LLC
“Have you ever thought that you have tried everything to rid yourself of obstacles and syptoms such as depression and nothing worked? I can almost guantee that family systems therapy, from Bert Hellinger, will work for you and very quickly. I absolutely believe and respect every client's personal ability to be courageous enough to heal whatever crisis they are in with a little guidance. I have the utmost respect for love, inclusion, humility and acceptance. I believe that people have every ability to change and grow in the fashion and manner that they wish.Once it is clear, we involve mind, body and spirit
Mood Disorders
(614) 907-8191
Office is near:
Columbus, Ohio 43202
Kara J. Karam, Psychologist  in Columbus
“Fed up with feeling frustrated & depressed? Weighed down with worry & anxiety? Ready to let go of pain & move ahead? In my experience, people come to therapy because it's time... Time to face what isn't working in a relationship... Time to stop being controlled by fear & panic... Time to heal old hurts & wounds... Time to have more in your life than depression... Time to move through your grief.... Time to silence the negative, critical internal commentary... Time to create the life you want... Time to discover balance & contentment. Your life is waiting... Is it time for you?
Mood Disorders
(614) 285-3079
Columbus, Ohio 43214
Jamie Eversole, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“I am a licensed Independent Social Worker and a Registered Yoga Teacher. My goal is to work with you to alleviate your current symptoms and make lasting changes in your life by using mind-body approaches to treatment. Whether you need help with reducing stress, symptoms of PTSD, low self-esteem, depression, drug and alcohol abuse, or other addictions, I can help you to feel better and move forward with your life. Through mental health therapy, yoga, and other wellness interventions, you will begin to feel balanced both mentally and physically.
Mood Disorders
(419) 518-3564
Columbus, Ohio 43213
Elizabeth Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“My clients are individuals and couples who find themselves at a point in life where they may feel "stuck," or often saying, "I've tried everything and nothing is working." Whether you are an adolescent, adult, parent, or couple, the feeling of being stuck is a common and universal experience. Entering into therapy is not a way to "fix" things, but rather a time to discover new opportunities for change and growth. It is through those times of change and growth that the feeling of being stuck can evolve into positive movement and renewed energy.
Mood Disorders
(614) 383-9437 x202
Columbus, Ohio 43235
Mia Hall, Counselor  in Columbus
“I am a compassionate listener, and focus on creating a safe and supportive environment to help you with YOUR goals. I will offer support, encouragement and guidance in helping you lead a happier, healthier, and less stressful life. I can help you learn how making changes in your thinking can impact feelings and behavior that can ultimately allow you to identify and resolve worries and hurts, communicate better with others, improve your relationships, and enhance your ability to cope with life's disappointments and stressors.
Mood Disorders
(614) 902-3825
Columbus, Ohio 43214
Elizabeth Jones, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“I specialize in treating adolescents and young adults struggling with behavior and mood disorders. Is your teen becoming unruly? Getting into trouble at school? Maybe starting to engage in criminal acts in the community? Are you having difficulty controlling your child's behavior or mood at home? I can help, and I want to help.
Mood Disorders
(614) 468-8793
Columbus, Ohio 43234
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Mood Disorders (Seasonal Affective, Post-Partum) Therapists
Mood Disorder is a clinical term given to a group of diagnoses in the DSM IV guide where an imbalance in someone's mood (e.g. hyper or depressed) is the main underlying feature of their condition. Mood Disorder may also be referred to as Mood Affective Disorder. Two types of mood disorders (or mood affective disorders) are broadly recognized; there are depressive disorders, such as major depressive disorder (MDD), clinical depression or major depression. And bipolar disorder (BD), which used to be known as manic depression and is characterized by periods of mania or hypomania, interlaced with depressive episodes.

Seasonal Affective Mood Disorder or Seasonal Mood Disorder (SAD) is generally included within the former type/group as it's not characterized by hyper or manic moods.

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