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Teen Violence Therapists in Ohio (OH)

Veda V Cannon, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Richmond Heights
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, IMFT
“I have worked with couples, adolescents and families for over 20 years. I believe that by treating the people that I serve with respect and dignity that this affords them the opportunity to work through their suffering, emotional trauma, abuse and neglect. I work with my clients to identify their resources and to develop new coping strategies that will empower them to make the necessary changes in their lives so that they can live and feel healthier.
Teen Violence
(216) 503-2017
Kathleen M Payne, Psychologist  in North Royalton
“Some reasons to consider psychotherapy for your child or family member include: sudden changes in behavior, increased moodiness, an increase in temper tantrums, difficulty getting along with friends, physical or sexual abuse, loss of a loved one, divorce, excessive crying or sadness, increased worrying, aggression, questions about sexuality, self-injurious behavior or thoughts of suicide, trauma, illness, and anger. Parents and caregivers know their child best. If you think something is off, then seek a consultation. I will listen intently and conduct a detailed interview to determine if services are appropriate. If they are, then together we will set goals and develop a treatment plan.
Teen Violence
(440) 328-4382
Diane T Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lakewood
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“I see myself as a guide in your healing journey. I believe that we all have strengths and that these strengths can help us develop as individuals while working through life's difficulties. As a therapist, I believe compassion and empathy are critical in order to develop a strong therapeutic relationship with my clients. My approach to understanding the needs of my clients is to utilize a variety of therapeutic techniques from a non-judgmental perspective. For some clients, the focus will be on experiences throughout their life span. For others, the focus can be on one particular concern or goal.
Teen Violence
Melissa Ellen Coan, Counselor  in Beachwood
“If you meet any of these criteria, I can help you: a) Relationship Problems; b) Mental Health Issues; c) Medical Problems; d) Substance Abuse; e) Trauma. ****Please note that insurance is not accepted at this time.****
Teen Violence
(440) 532-0479
Laura Ann Perino, Counselor  in Sylvania
“Walking through life can prove to be more challenging at times than we expect. You do not have to do it alone. It is my mission to provide a safe and warm environment to discuss those things which may be the most difficult. I see children, teens, and adults- including individuals, families, and couples. I diagnose and treat a broad spectrum of mental and emotional disorders. I have years of experience creating a foundation to meet your needs. Please know that whatever it is that is burdening you, it can be made easier with the help I can give.
Teen Violence
(419) 318-1408
Sylvania, Ohio 43560
Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry, Treatment Facility  in Columbus
“Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry is centrally located in Ohio in the state capitol, Columbus, which provides a continuum of behavioral health services for adults and senior adults in a safe, secure environment. As OHP has medical physicians on staff, we are able to include treatment for medical conditions such as uncontrolled type II diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, hepatitis C, and chronic kidney disease, in each client's plan of care. Offering five separate, distinct units, in a ninety-bed free-standing behavioral health center, each unit is specifically designed to meet all the needs of our clients in an environment conducive to healing. OHP is an ever-improving care facility that aims to redefine the ways in which mental healthcare is delivered. Through our partnerships with physicians and other professionals, the usage of technology, and the extension of our services from the hospital to the home, Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry will continue to be a leader in creating distinct, effective mental illness management.
Teen Violence
(844) 220-7383
Columbus, Ohio 43223
Lauren O'Brien, Counselor  in Middleburg Heights
“My goal is to help you have a healthy, fulfilling relationship not only with yourself, but also the people in your lives. My approach to therapy includes empathy for your feelings, compassion for your unique life experiences, and respect, gentleness and consideration as you search for the meaningful, integrated life you deserve. It's your process, whether you're struggling to find your way back to the life you enjoy, or discovering a life you want to live.
Teen Violence
Carey Ballinger, Counselor  in Mount Vernon
“Compassionate. Powerful. Effective. Let's work together on this one. If you feel overwhelmed, lost, grief-stricken, "stuck", frustrated, angry, anxious, sad, or if you are just barely hanging on...it is time to reach out for help. Working through these emotions alone is not necessary.
Teen Violence
(866) 524-6024
Ann Flora Hurst, Counselor  in Columbus
“Are you feeling buried by the stress of job and family? Are you juggling being a parent and a professional? Do you feel life could be better? If so, there is hope. I specialize in helping individuals and families get the life they always wanted.
Teen Violence
(614) 625-7183
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Andrew M Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rocky River
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S
“Adjusting to new family dynamics and teenage issues can be a daunting task. Understanding and strengthening relationships can seem to be an uphill battle. Whether you or your teen is coping with a sudden life change, concerns with parenting, or if there are behavioral, emotional, or mood issues; many times help is needed. Having a unique background, I am currently a middle school science teacher with a Master's Degree in Social Work. I have 15 years of experience in the public school setting and 9 years working with mental health and at-risk clients.
Teen Violence
(440) 424-4055
Tracy Mert, Counselor  in Fairfield
“I have experience working with children, adolescents, families, and adults. My main areas of interest and experience include: severe behavior problems, crisis support, developmental disabilities, ADHD, anger management, depression, grief, trauma, abuse, anxiety, low self- esteem, divorce, and parenting skills/education. Prior to private practice, I provided intensive case management to mentally ill adults and those with MRDD. I have worked with substance abuse, homelessness, provided intensive home-community based therapy, engaged in school- based counseling, managed and provided therapy within a partial hospitalization program with in an alternative behavior school, and frequented the courts and hospitals.
Teen Violence
(513) 327-7397
Joshua M Thompson, Counselor  in Kettering
“--Currently accepting new clients, and offering evening hours-- We all experience life transitions, conflicts at home and at work, the beginnings and endings of important relationships, and internal struggles that affect the way we think, feel and act. I believe as a counselor, it is my role to create a genuine and therapeutic environment to help people overcome challenges, make positive life changes, clarify decisions, relieve pain, enable growth, and so much more. Please, do not hesitate to call me for a free phone consultation where I will be more than happy to answer questions you may have.
Teen Violence
(937) 688-4753
Kristen Santel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S
“Are you in emotional pain? Have you been through difficult or traumatic life experiences? Learning to deal with life's challenges and finding your way out of deep emotional pain can be overwhelming. The decision to attend counseling is not always easy and choosing the right therapist to partner with you is important. If you are ready to work to find hope and healing, I am ready to help you. My practice is effective because I work with all parts of the self-- helping you move through the difficult experiences you have encountered and help bring meaning back to life!
Teen Violence
(614) 907-8194
Columbus, Ohio 43206
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW, BCD
“I have been in the counseling and psychiatric field for over 40 years and continue to help clients with issues ranging from individual , marital, or family issues to problems with stress, anxiety, and depression from biological or other causes . I also specialize in treating childhood abuse , ADD/HD , Dissociative Identity Disorder,and chemical dependency. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EMDR and Clinical Hypnosis are among the approachs I incorporate.
Teen Violence
(513) 488-1674
Jorden Brent Weiss, Psychiatrist  in Westerville
“I am a Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist and Psychoanalyst who has been trained to listen empathically to my patients with deep respect for the emotional troubles they may be experiencing in their lives. ADHD and Executive Functioning disorders, Autistic Spectrum disorders and Aspergers Syndrome in Children and Adults is a major focus of my practice. I am particularly interested in the treatment of Women's Emotional Health Issues and Eating disorders. Depression, Bipolar disorder, OCD, Anxiety disorders, Psychosis and Schizophrenia are also treated extensively in my practice. Pharmacotherapy and Psychotherapy are employed with kindness and compassion to restore balance and quality of life.
Teen Violence
(614) 300-2014
Jonathan Richardson, Counselor  in Mayfield Village
“Individuals thrive toward their potential when their relationships are healthy and supportive. Being in healthy relationship is how we, as individuals and families, are sustained in the long term. Relationships that are healthy are consistent, have structure, are interdependent, and provide instruction that fosters individual and collective resiliency and progress. When relationships are in crisis, individuals must be guided toward identifying the behaviors and attitudes that bring on conflict. When this awareness is achieved, change is possible. Here, attention to individual and relationship needs is equally important in the therapeutic process.
Teen Violence
(216) 452-6379
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.
Teen Violence
(937) 688-4756
Dayton, Ohio 45402
Terry Payne, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S
“Do you ever feel hopeless or helpless? Do you often feel misunderstood? Do you ever think that nothing is ever going to change so why bother? Therapy should be a place where you can talk about these feelings and thoughts without fear of being judged. I don't believe in bad people, dumb people or weak people - people come from bad situations or make bad choices but it doesn't make them bad. Smart people do dumb things but it doesn't make them dumb. Strong people have weak moments but it doesn't make them weak.
Teen Violence
(513) 360-6720
Anna Toet, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bexley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“A close friend told me once we are all passing on what we learn to others. Life is a journey and some obstacles are hard to overcome. Together we can find the right way to help you gain a happier and healthier life. With the use of a variety of skills, including EMDR, play therapy, Cognitive Behavioral therapy, music therapy etc we can set a course to continue your journey.
Teen Violence
(614) 702-2169
Bexley, Ohio 43209
“As a counselor, I believe in traveling along side clients as I listen to the stories of their lives. Clients are the experts, and I must listen carefully to what my clients tell me. I believe in treating all clients with dignity and respect. This collaboration is often a very intimate sharing between client and counselor. I am grateful every time a client is able to speak with honesty and trust about some of the most painful and personal details of their lives. I feel honored to be able to do this work with those wanting to improve the quality of their lives.
Teen Violence
(330) 576-5698
Kent, Ohio 44240
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Teen Violence Therapists
Kids and teens become violent for varied reasons. They model others' behavior when they see violence at home, in the movies, in video games, or on the street. They experience bullying or teasing and become enraged to act in revenge. They lash out in frustration from learning disorders, emotional distress, or attention deficit. In some cases teens channel frustration and act out in anger as a form of release.

Look here for help with children, kids or teens in Ohio (OH) with violence issues in Ohio (OH) or Ohio (OH) violent behavior problems. Try an Ohio (OH) child Therapists, Ohio (OH) facility for teens or Ohio (OH) teen violence treatment program. These professionals provide help with kids' violent behavior in Ohio (OH), child violence and violent adolescents. They include violence Therapists in Ohio (OH), behavior psychologists, violent behavior counseling and treatment for violent teens. They'll also help with teenagers in Ohio (OH), Ohio (OH) teenage violence and teenager anti-social behavior issues.

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