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Family Counseling Therapists in Franklin County

Laura R Meers, Psychologist  in Columbus
“Laura R. Meers, Ph.D. is a licenced psychologist and is listed in the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology. She is also listed by the National Registry of Certified Group Psychotherapists. Her clinical practice, which she has maintained since 1983 in Central Ohio, focuses on family well-being and emotional health. Dr. Meers' areas of expertise include concerns such as marital and sexual relationships, parenting issues, adolescent problems and general communication styles and interactions. She also specializes in women's issues such as Pre-Menstrual Syndrome, menopause, balancing career and family, maintaining relationships, body image, and sexual identity.
Family Counseling
(614) 664-6939
Columbus, Ohio 43220
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
Wendy Lydy, Counselor  in Columbus
“Have you been looking for a quiet place to sit and talk with someone who will listen to you without judgement or criticism? That is exactly what you will find in my office. My office is quiet and has a calm and cozy feel. I want you to be able to come in, get comfortable and be free to express your thoughts, feelings and emotions. I encourage you to say what you need to say, if you can't find the words I will help. I will listen and support you on your journey to being your true self.
Family Counseling
(614) 702-2524
Columbus, Ohio 43235
Nichole L. Harris, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Worthington
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPCC-S
“Are you having life stress, feeling overwhelmed, anxiety or depression? Need assistance with parenting, having transition issues, or just need someone to talk to and get insight and awareness to difficulties you may be experiencing? I believe everyone should have at least ONE PERSON they can talk to without judgments, opinions or telling you what you SHOULD DO. I enjoy working with individuals to meet them where they are, identify their strengths and utilize those strengths to improve functioning and bring about the change one desires.
Family Counseling
(614) 423-4155
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."
Family Counseling
(614) 468-3915
Columbus, Ohio 43219
Rebecca J Gaines, Counselor  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LPC, LPCC, in, process
“I am a Licensed Professional Clinical 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
Mary K Wright, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Westerville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S
“I have over 15 years of experience working with adults who are in need of short term psycho-therapy to address life issues of stress, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, work, relationships and family dynamic issues. I am experience working with diverse populations, including race, culture, socio-economic, sexual orientation and relationship status. I enjoy helping individuals come to terms with difficult situations, learning to reframe situations, discover hope and new coping skills. My belief is that Life is a journey and at some point, we all need help.
Family Counseling
(614) 702-2581
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
April Cunningham, Counselor  in Columbus
“I am not currently taking any new clients due to maternity leave. I will resume with my practice in December 2014. Please email for a list of appropriate referrals.
Family Counseling
(614) 356-8370
Columbus, Ohio 43202
“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
Kathy Ortiz, LISW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
“I have worked in the mental health field for 35 years, in clinical settings and in mental health administrative positions. My current practice is focused on assisting adults (ages 19-65) who are struggling with life issues, emotional stress, depression, anxiety and other challenges. My therapeutic approach is person-centered, with a focus on achieving the goals of the individual, family or couple. Helping clients to build skills and/or identify new tools can make the difference toward individual happiness and better life contentment.
Family Counseling
(614) 383-9926
Columbus, Ohio 43212
Yara Counseling Group, LLC, Counselor  in Columbus
“Are you ready to make positive changes and create the life you've always wanted to live? Together we can make positive things happen. Whether you are dealing with depression, loss and grief, or struggling with low self esteem, counseling can help you overcome the difficulties you are experiencing. I'll be your guide and coach. We'll go at your pace and we'll do it as a team.
Family Counseling
(614) 472-8146
Columbus, Ohio 43213
Jennifer Piede, Counselor  in New Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MSEd, LPCC, NCC, LMHC
“I am happy you are reaching out. I'm of the mindset that everyone can benefit from therapy. Each of us has unique worries/concerns & ask ourselves: I don't want to burden my friends & family with these or I just can't imagine anyone listening to me without judgment. Therefore, choosing a therapist that you feel comfortable talking to is essential. The only way to build self-esteem, improve relationships, & cope with stress is to start off feeling understood, respected, & valued. In my practice I see people of all ages: children, teens, & adults. Reasons for therapy include difficulty with relationships, work, school, & self-esteem.
Family Counseling
(585) 315-9240
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
Beth Rosner, PhD LLC, Psychologist  in Westerville
“Are you worried that your child may have autism or developmental delay? Don't wait months for a diagnostic assessment. Early diagnosis and treatment is crucial to helping your child reach his or her full potential. Call me today to schedule an appointment. I use state-of-the-art assessment tools to provide you with a comprehensive evaluation that will include diagnosis, assessment of your child's functioning, and recommendations for treatment, home, and school. My goal is for you to leave my office with an understanding of your child's needs and a plan for getting them met!
Family Counseling
(614) 383-9987
Elizabeth Olate, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LISW
“The journey through life's stages is exciting, though it is inevitably accompanied by some difficult challenges. Therapy can provide insight and support to make tough times more manageable. I specialize in providing therapy to children (ages 10 and up), adolescents, adults, and families. My expertise primarily lies in working with issues related to trauma, anxiety, low self esteem, and parenting. I provide individual, couples, family, and group therapy. In addition, I provide EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) services. I offer therapy in English and Spanish. I see traditional and non-traditional clients.
Family Counseling
(614) 655-3628
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.
Family Counseling
(614) 907-8232 x727
Columbus, Ohio 43232
The Center for Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy, Psychologist  in Columbus
“I direct the Center for Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy, and this profile is more about our Center (CCBT) than me professionally. CCBT offers mental health services and applied behavior analysis through its clinical staff and independent practicing affiliates. The practitioners here are provided ongoing opportunity to apply the science of behavioral health to your problems, with a kind and respectful--but goal oriented approach. Our affiliates can provide services to very young children through older adults, to couples and families, and to individuals with mental health needs.
Family Counseling
(614) 259-8991
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Erin E. Parsons, Counselor  in Worthington
“I believe in developing a unique and trusting relationship with each individual client enabling me to work collaboratively with those involved. I strive to create new experiences for both couples and families during sessions; this is one of the core antidotes to long term success once therapy has been successfully completed. I work with couples to help identify their strengths and areas of growth as it relates to their spousal relationship, as well as their co-parenting relationship, which are central to the assessment and treatment process. This multi-systemic approach to therapy significantly increases success and overarching treatment goals.
Family Counseling
(614) 524-4089
Arianna Galligher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bexley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSSW, MSW, LISW-S
“"Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending."-Anonymous. Often, people come to therapy because something in their life isn't working & the methods they've tried on their own to solve the problem haven't worked. Therapy helps people gain insight into behaviors that influence problems, set goals, express thoughts & feelings, overcome barriers, improve self-esteem, improve relationships, & heal from past traumatic experiences. With experience utilizing a wide range of methodologies, I offer a therapeutic approach that's tailored to each client's needs.
Family Counseling
(614) 288-4225
Bexley, Ohio 43209
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Family Counseling Therapists
If you're looking for family counseling in Franklin County or for a Franklin County family counselor these professionals provide family counseling services, marriage family counseling services and Christian family counseling services. They include child family counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Franklin County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Franklin County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Franklin County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Franklin County or family therapy in Franklin County.