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Mood Disorders Therapists in Warren County
Seasonal Affective, Post-Partum

Susan Hoover, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mason
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“I have been a psychotherapist for over 15 years. I provide a nurturing environment where we can safely explore difficult issues. I have a highly interactive approach and believe that the best results come from a strong therapeutic relationship. Many of the people I work with are the "walking wounded" - 'regular folks' feeling that they are not dealing well with the stresses of everyday life. Other people I work with have a history of chronic mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, and bi-polar disorder.
Mood Disorders
(513) 795-1326
Office is near:
Mason, Ohio 45040
Arlynn Mahefkey, Counselor  in Springboro
“"Mistakes in life are later called experience", Oscar Wilde. Life is full of the unexpected - helping others to make the most of what life is hurling at them or assisting in the repair of what life has done is my talent. I enjoy the opportunity to assist my clients to make the most of their journey.. . to have the experience of postive self growth and the rewards that result from that growth. . Often there are wonderful insights along the way. I have 20+ years of experience with children, adolescent, adult, couple and families.
Mood Disorders
(937) 433-8737
Office is near:
Springboro, Ohio 45066
Daniel Libstorff, Counselor  in Mason
“Congratulations on taking the first step toward improving your life and strengthening your relationships! Counseling can help you cope with the unexpected, change your personal behavior, or remedy a prolonged sense of overwhelming emotions. My mission is to provide compassionate, confidential, and professional therapy services for individuals, couples, and families to improve their relationships and mental health. Together, we can find the balance between caring for yourself and for others. If you feel like I may be able to help, please call or email me for an appointment.
Mood Disorders
(513) 399-8709
Mason, Ohio 45040
Stephen J Billmann, Psychologist  in Mason
“Are you having trouble with your sleep at night? Are you tired of being tired and frustrated? Are you sick of lying awake at night wondering if you are ever going to get some decent sleep? You have tried everything like cutting caffeine, not watching the clock, sleeping in a different bed and even sleep medications BUT... no sleep. As one of two clinical psychologists in the Cincinnati area certified by the American Board of Sleep Medicine, I am uniquely qualified to help. I offer medication-free Cognitive Behavioral treatment for insomnia. Treatment is short-term, lasting 3-5 sessions.
Mood Disorders
(513) 297-3455
Mason, Ohio 45040
Tricia Herman, Psychologist  in Mason
“Growth and change can occur in many ways. Although each individual is ultimately responsible for her/his own growth, therapy can provide the support and tools that facilitate others in reaching their goals. There are many different approaches to treatment. My philosophy is that one approach doesn't fit all, and everyone's individual needs and diagnosis must be taken into account.
Mood Disorders
(513) 437-0614
Office is near:
Mason, Ohio 45040
Allison R. Gajramsingh, Counselor  in Mason
“I am a mental health therapist specializing in individuals, couples, and families and maintain a private practice in Cincinnati, Ohio. I use techniques including talk therapy, cognitive behavioral techniques, behavior modification, and systemic family therapy to help clients understand why their experiences unfold the way they do. From there, I help them develop healthier responses to everyday stressors. My goal is to help individuals and couples learn techniques that will allow them to manage themselves more effectively on a daily basis, and to utilize resources in a positive way.
Mood Disorders
(513) 685-4817
Office is near:
Mason, Ohio 45040
Hillary Wishnick, Psychologist  in Mason
“You do not need to do this alone. Whether you are struggling yourself or looking for help for your teenager, it is important to recognize that effective help is available. My specialty areas include depression,self harm, relationship problems, stress management and life transitions. I believe that therapy should be more than "venting." I view you as a collaborator in setting concrete goals and working towards positive life changes and growth. I will be a supportive cheerleader, while pushing you to think about your life from a different perspective and to work towards a better version of yourself.
Mood Disorders
(513) 275-7051
Mason, Ohio 45040
Sara LW Fulton, Counselor  in Mason
“Life can be confusing. So many feelings can arise from even the smallest of changes which can lead to feeling "off", "misunderstood" or even "confused". If we feel disconnected from ourselves, we also feel disconnected from others. In order for us to feel and be whole, it is important to take care of ourselves entirely. I am here to guide each person in feeling whole once again; assisting to help connect the dots, make the right changes and thrive.
Mood Disorders
(513) 370-2560
Mason, Ohio 45040
Jane S Allemang, Psychologist  in Mason
“It's time for a change. Chances are you're feeling stuck or overwhelmed with depression, anxiety, or stress. Problems at work or home may drag you down, striking suddenly or simmmering for years. Maybe you're just looking for information or strategies. Whatever the reason, psychotherapy can open the way for healthy change. As a psychologist, (a "behavioral change" specialist), I can help you harness the process of change. When thoughts and behaviors change for the better, "feeling good" can begin to happen. With courage, hope, or resolve you can turn your life around or move toward your goal.
Mood Disorders
(513) 655-7866
Mason, Ohio 45040
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPCC, LCDC-II
“My approach to therapy is assisting the client find their own personal strengths and values to improve the quality of their life. We do this together, discovering ways the client can reach her inner resources for growth. I believe the therapeutic process is mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual, and I integrate all of these areas in my approach.
Mood Disorders
(937) 451-3950
Rick A Butts, Counselor  in Mason
“Thank you for checking out my private practice. I am honored that you are taking a few moments to explore what I have to offer you. More importantly I am truly excited that you are taking steps toward healing your life. I believe that this could be the first step toward a more fulfilling and rewarding life. This is my goal and why I invite you to consider me as your therapist. I have been honored to work with individuals, couples and groups for the past 24 years in the Cincinnati Area.
Mood Disorders
(513) 456-4934
Mason, Ohio 45040
Amy Schneider, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mason
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S
“I am someone you may consult regarding dissatisfaction you may feel in your life regarding yourself, your roles and performance, your social and family relationships, your partner/spouse, your work. If you're looking to get "unstuck" and moving in a direction that helps you feel better, then I can be that consultant for you. I will not just sit and nod, nor will I simply reflectively listen; I work to offer solutions, insights, and pathways to feeling better and functioning to fuller capacity, with empathy and insight.
Mood Disorders
(513) 452-4971
Mason, Ohio 45040
Joshua A Runtenelli, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mason
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW, LICDC
“I am a Licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW) and Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor (LICDC). I have 12 years of experience working with individuals, couples, and families on concerns including addiction, depression, anxiety, anger, marital/family problems, and other stressors. I use motivational interviewing, person-centered therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and play therapy depending on what is most fitting for the session. I am flexible and willing to work with the client on where he/she is at. My objective is to help the client reach his/her goals. My laid-back and empathetic demeanor fosters a safe and comfortable environment for the client.
Mood Disorders
(859) 759-0492
Mason, Ohio 45040
Sarah M Jones, Counselor  in Waynesville
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LPCC, LCDC, III
“I have a great passion for helping people reach their full potential and reigniting the dreams that lie within them. I believe that too often we allow other's beliefs and difficult life events we endure to hinder our ability to be all that we are meant to be. Whether battling a severe mental illness or struggling with the difficulties of life I am here to help you with compassion and understanding. I am dedicated to going beyond the norm and helping you, your child, and your loved ones be restored and be renewed.
Mood Disorders
(513) 795-1943
TapRoot Centre, Counselor  in Springboro
“I believe "the Heart of the Matter" is "the Matter of the Heart"! Is STRESS driving you to medicate the pain by obsessing over food, alcohol, drugs, or shopping? Do early life issues related to trauma, abuse, or neglect still haunt you? Is DEPRESSION or ANXIETY draining your energy? Are you and your partner struggling on your own to resolve relationship conflicts? As a CLINICAL PSYCHOTHERAPIST for more than 20 years, I help people discover healthier, balanced, connected ways to live that address their personal needs related to mind, body, spirit, and soul.
Mood Disorders
(937) 343-4325
Malinda Paul, Counselor  in Mason
“I am an independently licensed clinical counselor, with a supervisory endorsement. I have always held a desire for providing help, compassion, and understanding to others. My therapeutic approach utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy and solution focused therapy. I believe in keeping a holistic view of the person and using therapeutic modalities that are practical for each client. I appreciate that everyone has experiences that are unique and important to them and their view of the world. My role is to act as a guide to increase understanding of how these have shaped their behaviors and responses to situations around them.
Mood Disorders
(513) 808-4659
Mason, Ohio 45040
Cheri Everhart, Counselor  in Mason
“Most people seek therapy because they are looking for relief from a specific problem or from a more general sense of not feeling “right”. You may see yourself as damaged or incomplete, but I see you as having an unlimited amount of potential. Choosing a therapist involves finding someone you feel will be most helpful to you. I believe that the relationship between therapist and client is truly unique. I help my clients by providing empathy and support throughout the session and appreciation for their unique struggle.
Mood Disorders
(513) 370-2597
Mason, Ohio 45040
Christina Mayhaus, Counselor  in Mason
“Christina Mayhaus is an independently licensed clinical counselor. Christina received her Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from the University of Cincinnati and her Master of Arts in Counseling from Xavier University. Christina has grown up in Cincinnati. She has been working with children, teens, young adults, adults and families in the mental health field for six years.
Mood Disorders
(513) 280-8747
Mason, Ohio 45040
Janet Elizabeth Sohmer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mason
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPCC
“I believe that therapy belongs to, and is directed by the client. I act as an assistant, utilizing my knowledge and skills to help clients define, address, and realize positive goals and life changes. My interest and experience is in helping those with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, problems of daily living, or chronic mental illness to develop and achieve reasonable goals using their individual strengths and resources. I practice an eclectic and down-to-earth approach, drawing on Cognitive, Behavioral, Systems, Developmental, Self-Psychology, and other methods and theories based upon each client's unique presentation and evaluation.
Mood Disorders
(513) 273-5653
Mason, Ohio 45040
Bernadette R Johns, Psychologist  in Mason
“I work with adult individuals, couples, families and groups. I adopt a holistic approach, seeing my role as advocate for my clients' optimal functioning and wellness. I strive to help clients connect with their personal power, to live mindfully, and to build resilience in the face of life's stressors. I specialize in the treatment of depression, anxiety disorders, relationships, and Post Traumatic stress. I have trained in a range of therapeutic approaches, but am anchored in the Humanistic and Cognitive Behavioral schools. My specialized training includes EMDR, for the treatment of trauma, ACT therapy, and the Enneagram.
Mood Disorders
(513) 327-7387
Mason, Ohio 45040

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.

If you're looking for help with mood disorders in Warren County or for a Warren County mood disorder Therapist these professionals provide help for mood disorders. They include mood disorder Therapists in Warren County, mood disorder psychologists, mood disorder psychotherapists and mood disorder counselors. They can help with counseling for mood disorders in Warren County (mood disorder counseling) and Warren County treatment for mood disorders.

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