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Therapists in Montgomery County

Steve Karnehm, Counselor  in Dayton
“Steve Karnehm specializes in providing practical help to individuals and families. Steve sees his role in counseling as facilitator, coach, encourager, and one who can empathize. His experience includes 10 years as a teacher, 25 years as a high school coach, 25 years as a consultant to youth service organizations, and 25 years as a counselor providing direct service to clients. Steve and his wife live near Dayton and share a passion for enriching the lives of autistic children and their families.
(937) 401-0654
Dayton, Ohio 45424
ADHD-Depression/Anxiety-Drugs/Alcohol Therapist, Counselor  in Dayton
“UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON (UD) Master level graduate. We have three different treatment CLINICS -an ADHD CLINIC treating children (ages 5-17) suffering from Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity, an DEPRESSION & ANXIETY CLINIC for adults and children with depression/Anxiety issues and a DRUGS & ALCOHOL treatment center. We also provide therapy to children, teenagers or adults who have experienced TRAUMA or have ANGER/IMPULSE CONTROL problems. We deal with children/teens with BEHAVIORAL and/or ACADEMIC issues. We work with Parents, Schools, CSB, Probation to enhance behavioral and academic outcomes.
(937) 688-4756
Dayton, Ohio 45402
Nicole M. LaSelle, Counselor  in Dayton
“"I believe that life should be lived with passion and meaning. Anything that is getting in the way of this can be changed or accepted. Through counseling, I will help you alter the course you and your loved ones are traveling in a compassionate and nonjudgmental way. Together, we will find more passion and meaning in your life." My academic training began at the University of Notre Dame where I earned a BA in Psychology and continued at the University of Dayton, with a MS.Ed. in Community and School Counseling. I am currently finishing my doctorate at Kent State University.
(937) 453-0960
Dayton, Ohio 45419
Huber Heights Marriage and Relationship Center, Counselor  in Huber Heights
“Have you ever wondered why your partner thinks differently from you? Does trying to communicate end in an argument? Men and women often see things differently. That's why we work couple to couple. This allows you both to be heard and understood in a comfortable environment where no one feels outnumbered.
(937) 688-3399
Aneesa E Bhimani-Trimble, Counselor  in Centerville
“Each person and family is unique and counseling sessions are facilitated using everyone's personal strengths. I have extensive training and interest in working with clients, ages 5-18, and their families. I work collaboratively with clients and families to address concerns regarding self esteem, mood, behavioral concerns, parenting, social skills, and communication.
(937) 523-0158
Felisha Beverly,   in Dayton
“I realize not every grows up with the same tools in their tool box. Give me the opportunity to give you some new tools. I work well to inspire, transform old thought patterns, and kick people off their plateau... Unconventional and unique from session to session...there is a lot to discover! Unfortunately, I do not accept insurance, so for those of you who can't pay out of pocket I offer payment plans and sliding scale fees.
(937) 524-0101
Dayton, Ohio 45432
Francine Jerisk, Counselor  in Kettering
“Many people find it helpful at some time in their lives to work with a counselor to explore ways of participating in life more fully. The demands of everyday life, conflicts in our personal or professional relationships, or life transitions can all contribute to feelings of depression, anxiety or inadequacy. Working with a skilled, caring counselor in a supportive, non-judgmental environment can help individuals identify and use their unique strengths to develop in areas which were previously problematic. I take a holistic view of the individual, believing that to be effective, counseling must address thoughts, feelings and behaviors.
(937) 697-4579
Deborah Manheim, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kettering
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“I have been working with individuals, couples and families for over 36 years. My experience both professionally and personally has taught me that all of us may experience problems coping with life's changes. I see therapy as helping people maximize their individual strengths while learning to problem solve their own issues. I believe the primary ingredients for therapy are respect, compassion and understanding. I feel I can offer this to anyone who comes to work with me.
(937) 528-1069
Matt Pavlik, Counselor  in Dayton
“Christian Counseling: I provide insight-oriented talk therapy to help you gain self-understanding in relationship to the truth of the Bible. This approach includes visiting past emotional wounds and false beliefs that steal present day vitality. We will work together to apply truth to these false beliefs resulting in more peace in the present and more hope for the future. I am both compassionate when you are hurting, and challenging when you are wanting direction and change in your life. I also provide specialized therapy via EMDR and Formational Counseling.
(937) 353-1171
Dayton, Ohio 45459
Carol M Jaxson-jager, Counselor  in Dayton
“Hello! You are already on your way to finding a solution to the life issue that is keeping you from becoming the best person you can be. A situation may be tough, but together we can always find the solution.
(937) 938-9060
Dayton, Ohio 45405
Kathleen R Anderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Centerville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S
“I firmly believe that life presents us with opportunities to learn more about ourselves, even during some of our more difficult times. Each of us has the power within ourselves to make positive changes in our lives. I work hard in providing emotional support and tools to my clients to help them cope with whatever life presents to them."
(937) 579-0426 x2
Bob Peach, Counselor  in Miamisburg
“Millions are suffering with depressive illnesses and anxiety disorders. The stress levels in our communities keep going up and people are increasingly breaking down. Even the most robust person can be hit with enough emotional distress to experience symptoms. Such can include sleep disturbance, trouble concentrating, feeling restless, forgetfulness, impatience and anger, losing happiness and joy, feelings of hopelessness and despair, arguing or emotional cutoffs with loved-ones--the list could go on. If any of this sounds like what's happening to you, It is my privilege to offer you counseling services with my colleague, Betty Hughes, MS, LPCC-S.
(937) 486-4098
Beth Collins, Counselor  in Dayton
“I would love to help you find the balance you need in your life to reach your goals. That includes helping you clarify what those goals are. I look at our work together as a partnership. You are the expert in your life, and I am someone who has experience in walking with others as they find new directions for their lives. I am interested in how the many roles in your life fit together. I take a holistic view of health, looking at the interactions between emotional, intellectual, physical, social, vocational and spiritual health.
(937) 528-1075
Dayton, Ohio 45439
Kimberly-Ann Norwood, Counselor  in Beavercreek
“"Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom" - Aristotle. I would love the opportunity to assist you in making positive life changes! I specialize in working with children and young adults with anxiety, ADHD, behavioral & mood disorders, social skills deficits, & academic struggles. Also, due to being raised in a military family, I have a lot of experience working with this population through common struggles of deployment, relocations, and separation anxiety. Working with couples and families is another one of my passions.
(937) 502-1548
“As a pediatric psychologist with over 25 years of experience working with children, adolescents and families, my goal is to help parents and children move toward a healthier, happier life. By working together in a collaborative partnership, I can help you make the changes you seek.
(937) 523-0150
Bill Moore, Counselor  in Dayton
“I am an independent therapist with over (35) years of professional counseling experience and have operated a private practice around the Dayton, Ohio area since 1989. I have been state licensed as a chemical dependency counselor since 1980 and a professional clinical counselor since 1990. People come to my office for a variety of reasons. These include receiving help for mental or emotional difficulties, relationship stress, marital discord, parent-child problems and alcohol/drug related problems. I specialize in providing outpatient therapy for adults, adolescents, couples and families. My patients find me to be a very courteous and caring counselor.
(937) 601-8970
Dayton, Ohio 45426
Matt Heiner, Psychologist  in Dayton
“My approach to therapy is both focused on finding solutions and gaining understanding. First, I believe it is important to incorporate effective coping skills to mitigate the effects of anxiety or depression. It is then often necessary to build insight as to the causes of these concerns in order to change problematic patterns in how we relate to ourselves and others. Anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship matters - I attempt to foster self-compassion and understanding in order to lighten the burden of difficult life situations.
(937) 401-0669
Dayton, Ohio 45469
Glenna Darnell-Baughman, Counselor  in Dayton
“I would like to have the opportunity to help you gain a better sense of balance in your relationships and personal growth. I offer supportive and compassionate counseling to help empower you in meeting life's struggles in the fast-paced society in which we live.
(937) 486-4018
Dayton, Ohio 45432
Bernadette M Brown, Counselor  in Beavercreek
“I would like to help you learn how to cope with the present situation and to find healing for wounds from life experiences. We will work together to find solutions and to identify and attain what you want to get from counseling. You may want to rediscover your true self as a valuable person who is capable of change, growth and better emotional health. We may explore your thoughts, beliefs, feelings and behaviors in order to learn and grow and to increase your sense of self and inner peace in order to feel the way you deserve to feel.
(937) 601-4018
Aparna A. Zimmerman, Psychologist  in Kettering
“Psychotherapy is a healing process. I believe in creating a supportive, empathic environment to allow you to begin your journey. I can help foster insight, knowledge and skills to help improve your quality of life. The process of change begins from within. I can help you progress through your stages of change by teaching you skills, providing support and motivation to help you reach your goals and maintain these changes. I strongly believe in the self and one's inner ability to restore any imbalance to help live a more meaningful and purposeful life.
(937) 684-4161 x2

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Montgomery 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 Montgomery County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Montgomery County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Montgomery County or family therapy in Montgomery County.

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Montgomery County, Ohio, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.