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Teen Violence Therapists in Ohio (OH)

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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
Marie J Dehaas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Madison
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S
“Living with some one who is has a mental illness or is addicted to a substance, whether it be alcohol or drugs, can be difficult for any one. I have offered support to families of those suffering from addiction as well as those who have an addiction or a mental health issue. I also offer support to those who have obsessive tendencies, anxiety and depression.
Teen Violence
(440) 809-8060
Madison, Ohio 44057
Carrie R Burick, Counselor  in Solon
“I am a registered art therapist and professional clinical counselor and enjoy working collaboratively with clients to harness your own personal empowerment. I believe that self-care and wellness are a personal and professional priority. I help to teach clients how to embrace wellness techniques, while building awareness, in order to reach your own therapeutic goals.
Teen Violence
(216) 592-8634
Solon, Ohio 44139
“While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges facing you, loved ones or your business organization. By applying complementary individual, family or group therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
Teen Violence
(216) 291-8817
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSA, LISW-S
“Children and families are very special to me. I have worked for over forty years in agencies and in private practice successfully helping them. I also enjoy working with Men's Issues. I enjoy working with young children, ages 0-10, pre-teens, teens and college students. Parent/Guardian involvement, both father and mother, is extremely important when working with children. I have extensive training and experience in trauma treatment, family therapy and ADHD assessment and treatment. My areas of specialization include depression; anxiety; trauma issues including rape, incest and childhood emotional, physical and sexual abuse, neglect and poverty; grief and loss; and life adjustment.
Teen Violence
(440) 424-4365
Oberlin, Ohio 44074
Kaolene Metzger, Counselor  in Louisville
“Blue Sky Counseling Services welcomes all individuals, couples and families. Our services are supportive to help build healthy relationships and to reduce daily symptoms of distress. Sometimes a person wants to improve their life in a specific way; such as making a career change, finding a healthy relationship, taking a business to a new level, losing weight or deepening self understanding. Overall, Blue Sky's intention is to promote wellness, improve health and enhance the quality of life.
Teen Violence
(330) 871-8253
Jeannine Vegh, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Columbus
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, IMFT
“I work with pre-adolescent, teens, parents and adults in individual and family therapy. Many years of my experience has been with social services dealing with abuse and violence toward women and children. When I work with adolescents I will want to see the parents as well for the first session and then at least monthly afterward. In the initial intake or first session, we will decide together what would be the best course of action for the individual, family or couple. I am open to working with people of any gender, race or religion.
Teen Violence
(614) 702-2579
Columbus, Ohio 43231
Randi Gross Nathenson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Highland Heights
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S
“Difficulties in life provide tremendous opportunity for change. Rather than viewing symptoms as problems, I see these as the pathway toward greater personal growth and development. I provide a warm, compassionate environment where you can explore your feelings, tell your story, and build self-awareness. Each person's situation is unique, therefore, counseling is tailored to meet your needs. I explore core feelings, helping clients learn strategies and acquire tools for their own future use to promote understanding and growth. My approach is sensitive, patient and accepting.
Teen Violence
(440) 473-9679
Ashley S. Brent, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Avon Lake
“I offer a safe and open-minded environment to allow my clients to feel welcome and comfortable. I utilize a client-focused approach and strongly feel that is it imperative to focus on the client's immediate needs. I encourage my clients to be who they are and reassure them that they do not need to censor their problems, emotions and needs. I am creative and considerate when choosing my interventions and open to hearing feedback from clients. I feel that being open to feedback allows me to better assist a client by identifying their likes, dislikes and comfort level.
Teen Violence
(216) 485-3152
LIVE Wellness Center, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
“We are a Christian Wellness Center that treats clients through encouraging emotional, physical and spiritual health. We offer Biblical counseling services; as well as, massage, aromatherapy and traditional counseling. Our counselors are experienced with diverse treatment backgrounds. We have counselors who specialize in treating ADHD, Anxiety/depression, Trauma/PTSD, adjustment/stressful events, behavioral/school issues, anger management, parent/child relational issues, autism/aspergers, and senior issues. We use unique treatment modalities such as biofeedback video-gaming therapy, Trauma Focuses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Narrative/Play therapy techniques, and Art Therapy. We also offer Assessment for children with sexually reactive behaviors.
Teen Violence
(614) 437-9910
Columbus, Ohio 43215
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
Karryl J Lindsey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cleveland Heights
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S, LICDC-C, SAP
“Serving children, teens, adults, couples and family. Specializing in substance abuse; ADHD; anger management; DOT violations and anyone who has difficulty identifying and sharing their issues and emotions appropriately. Issues and emotions which has caused concern for one's relationships in the home, community, and/or the workplace.
Teen Violence
(216) 672-5462
Catholic Social Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
“We are a licensed counseling program that has served the needs of Central Ohio for more than 60 years. Our caring, professional staff offers high quality, client-centered counseling that is individualized to meet your needs. Our therapists are committed to the highest professional standards of practice and abide by the code of ethics of their profession. Our clinical social workers and counselors are trained in a variety of therapeutic approaches.
Teen Violence
(614) 504-8782
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Tanya J Middleton, Counselor  in South Euclid
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Counselor, MA, PCC, LCDC, III, SAP
“There are many inconsistencies in life that can interfere with happiness. Relationship issues, addiction, and emotional and mood issues are a few examples that can act as barriers to success and my goal is simple. I want to help you uncover these concerns by not only highlighting those inconsistencies but by working together to eliminate road blocks standing in the way of your true purpose. I not only want to help you reach your potential, but maintain that level and improve overall quality of life.
Teen Violence
(216) 242-2291
Cherie A White, Counselor  in University Heights
“Everyone has experienced emotional distress at some point in his or her life. A good indicator of when it's time to seek professional help, is when stress becomes overwhelming and unmanageable. Recognizing that you need help is the first step toward restoring a healthy life balance.
Teen Violence
Maggie Delaney, Counselor  in Middleburg Heights
“In a world of constant input and overstimulation, it is essential to take the time to slow down and tend to our personal wellness holistically; one of the best ways to do this is to participate in mental health care. Although it can seem overwhelming, taking the first step is often the hardest part on the way to a calmer, more balanced life.
Teen Violence
Jenny Neal, Counselor  in Columbus
“I believe that therapy is a creative process and the client is the artist, author and the expert of their own life. I seek to empower you and affirm your ability to heal, grow and transform. In therapy we will explore how the stories that we tell ourselves impact our mental and emotional health. We can let go of old negative stories so they lose power over our lives. My goal is to help you heal through a mindful process for a deeper awareness of self. When we are mindful and live our lives with intent the possibilities are endless.
Teen Violence
(614) 347-1710
Columbus, Ohio 43235
Compass Point Counseling Services, Counselor  in Fairfield
“We are a multi-specialty group private practice which uses a team approach as an important tool in providing specialized care. Our diverse practitioners bring individual, family, couple and group counseling to the 4 corners of the Cincinnati area. We have adopted a collaborative approach with a strong emphasis on case consultation and team supervision. This allows us to focus on giving our clients the best therapy form the most qualified clinicians.
Teen Violence
(513) 275-7104
Danielle McGinnis, Counselor  in Avon
“Are you going through changes in your life? Having relationship difficulties? Unsure what career path to choose? Have you noticed a change in your child's behavior or mood? Do you want to improve your thinking or mood? Are you dealing with grief, PTSD or abuse? Have you been diagnosed with depression, anxiety, ADHD, Bipolar or feel you may have one of these? These are just a few of the areas that counseling can address and I can help you with. I'm here to provide support while you identify and take the steps to meeting your personal goals.
Teen Violence
(440) 484-3091
Avon, Ohio 44011
Andy Stuck, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Worthington
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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
Teen Violence
(614) 907-8191
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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.

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

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