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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
Blake Workman, Counselor  in Centerville
“As a trained solution-oriented therapist, my goal is to collaborate with you to uncover your true potential and find solutions to your challenges. We do this collaborative work utilizing diverse ideas in advocating positive change. The change that takes place in therapy is based on accommodating your views of the therapeutic relationship, the treatment processes, and collaboration on goals and tasks to attain those goals for your desired outcome.
Teen Violence
(937) 203-3825
Abel Oriri, Counselor  in Cleveland
“While we can't change past personal, relationship or business situations, I can work together with you to better understand and resolve challenges facing you. By applying complementary individual, couple, family or group therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life. Don't wait contact me today !
Teen Violence
(216) 291-8817
“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
Laurie L Stober, Counselor  in Milford
“Laurie is a Professional Clinical Counselor specializing in post-traumatic stress disorder, personality disorders and family conflict. Laurie employs dialectal behavioral therapy, experiential therapy and rational emotive therapy. Laurie's goal as a therapist is to assess individual and family needs, focus on the client's relationships, and to help regulate emotions. This knowledge helps clients understand how their emotions and memories shape their lives today.
Teen Violence
(513) 370-2595
Milford, Ohio 45150
Nathan D Tomcik, Psychologist  in Powell
“Science has demonstrated that talk therapy is a highly effective treatment for a wide range of problems. My approach to therapy is grounded in sound scientific evidence to maximize the likelihood that you'll achieve your goals in the shortest period of time. Treatment of depression, anxiety and trauma related issues are my areas of emphasis and I specialize in couple and family therapy. I have advanced training in Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy, which is an approach that focuses on helping couples gain awareness of and resolve the problematic patterns of interaction that maintain their distress.
Teen Violence
(614) 767-5297
Powell, Ohio 43065
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
Daniel A Schaefer, Psychologist  in Perrysburg
“I am a licensed psychogist and director of Person to Person Resources, Inc., a counseling practice employing five well-trained therapists. I have three decades of experience working with individuals and families navigating a host of difficulties. I have worked extensively in the area of domestic violence; offering local and national presentations, as well as writing a book chapter on the topic. I continue to offer consultations to medical and dental practices, as well as church staff on conflict resolution. I believe our brains are wired for relationships, and work best when all barriers to healthy attachment are removed.
Teen Violence
(419) 318-0803
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.
Teen Violence
(513) 280-8747
Mason, Ohio 45040
Erika Duncan,   in Blue Ash
EPT, LIIFT, IKYTA
“We all face difficulties in life, but knowing how to navigate special and exceptional needs is a completely different story. You need to have someone on your side that knows the ropes! As a mother of special needs kiddos, I understand first hand how disheartening a diagnosis can feel...and sometimes even more pressing is figuring out how to secure safe and effective holistic treatments for yourself or your loved one. As an Emotional Polarity Technique Practitioner & holistically minded professional, I believe in treating the whole person and family unit with a comprehensive holistic perspective that can expedite transformation.
Teen Violence
(513) 478-9408
Blue Ash, Ohio 45242
Kristin Bull, Counselor  in Kettering
“From an early age I possessed a passion for helping others, thus choosing to become a Special Education teacher was a natural career choice. Due to it's reputation for training some of the finest teachers in the state of Ohio, I studied to become a Special Education teacher (an Intervention Specialist) at the University of Dayton. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education from the University of Dayton in 2007. Since graduating, I have worked as a Special Education teacher at a local Junior/Senior High School.
Teen Violence
(314) 696-6079
Erin Parsons, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Powell
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPCC-S, MEd
“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.
Teen Violence
(614) 524-4089
Powell, Ohio 43065
Nancy Lowrie & Associates LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Strongsville
“We specialize in treating and working with all types of mental and behavioral health concerns. Our team of experienced Ohio-Licensed practitioners all have many years of working experience and are also noted for their specialties. Our clients come with all types of mental or behavioral health challenges, substance abuse concerns, and relationship or family issues - which deserve to be addressed properly, promptly, and with complete confidentiality. Our clients range from children and adolescents, to parents and adults, to seniors - all ages are most welcome. Feel free to contact us via phone or email.
Teen Violence
(440) 846-0862
Nicole Kreutzer, Counselor  in Hilliard
“Every couple and family deserves to experience satisfaction, wellness, and joy in their relationships with one another. I believe this foundation can be built or repaired with dedication and direction, and I would love to help you during that process. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor at The Love Clinic, a practice located in Hilliard, Ohio. I specialize in counseling couples and families and offer various approaches and methods, such as infidelity treatment and reflection teams. I also have experience with high conflict couples and communication issues within families.
Teen Violence
(614) 682-7035
Hilliard, Ohio 43026
Gregory Keck, Psychologist  in North Royalton
“For about twenty years I have seen adoptive families and children. Most of these children have had severe trauma prior to their being adopted; they have been in foster care or in orphanages. Most of the children/adolescents meet criteria for a number of diagnoses including : Reactive Attachment Disorder, PTSD,and/or Developmental Trauma Disorder. Find additional information at my website-www.abcofohio.net Look there for the books that I and my colleagues have authored. In addition, I see adolescents who have not been adopted and who have a wide range of typical adolescent issues.
Teen Violence
(440) 230-1960 x2
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
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
Tanya J Middleton, Counselor  in South Euclid
“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
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
Matthew J. A. McKee, Counselor  in Madison
“I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor providing therapy services to adults and adolescents in Lake and Ashtabula Counties through Matt McKee Counseling Services, LLC. I have approximately 10 years experience in helping roles including a significant portion within community mental health agencies. As a fresh face in private practice counseling, I embrace a Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT) approach as well as offer Christian Counseling services. Services include individual, couples, family, and group treatment for depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, addictions, and most other concerns. I am a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors and a U.S. Army Veteran.
Teen Violence
(440) 565-2229
Madison, Ohio 44057
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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?
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