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Therapists in Cincinnati

Laura Bradford, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“My focus is working with adolescents, young adults, and couples. I work with adolescents and young adults who may be dealing with issues including anger management, anxiety, depression, grief/loss, self-esteem, and suicidal ideation. My work with couple's issues includes: relationship conflict, communication strategies, and creating intimacy. My goal is to teach new coping skills, to offer an outside perspective on your situation, and ultimately to help you become a better you.
(513) 342-3763
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
Sarah Headley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“At the Welling Group, we emphasize the integration of body, mind and spirit. Our therapists recognize that all three aspects of one's self must be balanced in order to maximize our human potential. You will feel calm, relaxed and safe in our comfortable, Montgomery office environment. I have experience working with a wide variety of clients. I have worked with families, couples and individuals affected by severe mental illness, those who were struggling with transitional life stressors as well as grief, pain and mortality issues.
(513) 924-4280
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
“Welcome to our office .We are a friendly and professional staff and will treat you with patience, caring and dignity. Please ask questions. We will do our best to answer or find out what other resources may be available for you. We are focused on three types of clients in our office. These include individuals who are depressed, anxious or experiencing an adjustment disorder. We also specialize in Neuropschological Assessment. Treating the behavioral consequences of chronic pain is also an office specialty.
(513) 823-4247
Cincinnati, Ohio 45246
Ed Gutfreund, Counselor  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PCC, LMT, MEd, MDiv
“Does anxiety vibrate in your heart and limbs? Do critical thoughts chatter inside you? Is it hard to sense safety inside your skin? Are you frustrated about your efforts? I can help you experience calm that begins to relieve the impact of trauma or self-defeating beliefs. Your nervous system will ease, your mind can slow down, your body feel safer. I'll help you make effective boundaries, express feelings authentically, and to expand your tolerance for difficult situations by staying present to yourself. My clients feel deeply understood in complicated situations and complex trauma. They increasingly accept their humanity.
(513) 828-0175
Cincinnati, Ohio 45224
Abe Soliman, MD Individual Care Center, Psychiatrist  in Cincinnati
“I am best suited to treat those individuals whose lives have been affected by mental health issues or substance abuse. My goal is to work in collaboration with my patient's family, their therapist and primary care physician in order to provide them with the treatment best suited for their needs. We provide pain management. We treat professionals with mental health and substance abuse issues. I highly value patient confidentiality, trust, understanding, and recovery.
(513) 273-5596
Cincinnati, Ohio 45249
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW, BCD
“I am a psychodynamic psychotherapist who works well with motivated, psychologically minded clients. I am able to work with clients diagnosed with major mental illnesses, as well as personality disorders, chemical dependency problems, and long term relationship problems and emotional vulnerabilities. I believe that understanding the roots of psychological problems/symptoms is more helpful than merely relieving symptoms, regardless of whether the therapy is short-term or long-term. I value the use of psychiatric medications along with therapy.I believe that a person's desire to change has more to do with benefitting from therapy than his diagnosis.
(513) 655-4937
Cincinnati, Ohio 45229
Norman I Hirsch, Psychiatrist  in Cincinnati
“I treat a broad range of problems, based on years of experience. Often, I combine medication and psychotherapy with good results. I treat acute conditions, such as severe depression and anxiety, to help the patient restore his or her level of functioning. I also treat longer-lasting conditions which might allow one to "get by", but feel as if they are tied in knots. I feel positive about having helped many people make long-lasting and important changes in their lives.
(513) 437-3053
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
Leslie H Swift, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“For over 30 years, I have treated adults, children and families confronting a broad range of concerns, with a focus on the challenges facing the family. My approach varies according to individual circumstances -- my goal is helping people resolve issues and move on, returning later if the need arises. My work includes helping families under stress to strengthen their connections, and to preserve and enrich their lives together. If divorce is inevitable or has already occurred, my work can help establish new functional family units. I conduct divorce mediation, as well as mediation for family and work place conflict.
(513) 334-2249
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Carole Stokes-Brewer, Counselor  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, LISW-S, LPCC-S, LICDC
“Therapy is a guide toward defining and reaching life goals. With over 30 years of experience, my interactive approach utilizes the skills and strengths of the individual or couple to resolve current problems and long-standing patterns. I work with adults dealing with depression, anxiety, phobias, addictions, loss and grief, lifestyle changes and crisis. When indicated, I use therapeutic hypnosis for a range of issues such as improving self esteem, breaking habits, pain reduction, and smoking cessation. I use EMDR for phobias and traumas.
(513) 275-7029
Cincinnati, Ohio 45206
Erika Eisenberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“You may feel stuck, anxious, sad, overwhelmed, burnt out, exhausted, pressured and struggling to cope with the inevitable ups and downs of life. Transitions, relationships, communication, functioning and self care can be so hard if you are feeling so low. Maybe everything looks good on the outside but inside, you are hurting. No matter what your struggle or concern, you are worthy of feeling joy, feeling connection, feeling comfortable and stable. You are worthy of feeling better! Let's work together on your goals.
(513) 280-8898
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
Judi Hughes, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“I provide help for struggling learners in preschool through post college. I identify factors that are barriers to their success, determine their strongest learning pathways and recommend strategies to encourage achievement. I diagnose and treat a variety of neuropsychological disorders impacting learning such as ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, language based learning disabilities, nonverbal learning disabilites, and autism spectrum disorders. I work directly with students, families and schools. Through evaluation, consultation, intervention and advocacy, I help clients maximize their potential. I routinely collaborate with other educational, medical and mental health professionals to encourage a multidisciplinary approach to intervention and treatment.
(513) 217-9729 x2
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Allison R. Gajramsingh, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“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.
(513) 685-4817
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Curt Spear, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“There is nothing more important than your life stories. Embedded in your stories are the clues and codes that unlock anxiety, anger, sadness, emptiness, relationship troubles, career confusion and more. When you come in I'll help you start your story. Then I'll make some things bigger, some things smaller, angle things just a bit differently and you'll give me feedback on whether this accurately describes you and your life. Together, we will create a deeper, richer context in which to understand what's bothering you and how to make it better, how to unlock and free you.
(513) 334-2042
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Anne Wessels Paris, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“In addition to helping a general clientele (individual, couples, and families), I specialize in helping artists and other creative people move past fears, blocks, and procrastinations so they can start and complete their greatest projects.
(513) 280-8121
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Carolyn Zahner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“The clients I serve achieve clarity and resolution by expanding their perspectives and developing new ways of being and doing. I offer an integrative approach bridging the medical/cognitive models with transpersonal/humanistic approaches. I am experienced in working with relationship issues, incest/sexual abuse and other traumas, depression/anxiety, grief, death and dying and life transitions. I have a high success rate in helping clients suffering with psychotic experiences and in helping families cope. I also provide mediation services for families regarding divorce/custody issues and parenting coaching. I serve adults and children providing individual, couples and family sessions.
(513) 823-4076
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Rebecca Gallatin Kniskern, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“My goal is to listen carefully and gain the most accurate understanding possible of the thoughts, feelings and experiences of clients. From this base, we are able to become a team and work toward improving comfort and satisfaction. Together, we monitor progress session by session. This insures that we share information necessary for making decisions. As a team, it is possible to create unique, individualized strategies that can be tried, evaluated, improved upon or discarded, based on shared evaluation. I have found that this approach is effective with children, teens and adults.
(859) 759-4521
Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
Gary W Jacobs, Pastoral Counselor  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Pastoral Counselor, DMin, MDiv, LISW
“Lifeline Counseling LLC is a full service provider offering direct care in individual, couples, and family counseling. Whether the concerns are related to personal, social, academic, or occupational funcitoning and well-being, Dr. Gary Jacobs uses an integrated, solution-focused approach best suited to each person's intellectual, physical, and spiritual strengths. With an emphasis on enhancing strengths, providing tools, and building skills, this client-driven approach is best suited to meet each person's particular goals for living and feeling well.
(513) 283-8150
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
“I want to personally introduce myself. I have twenty-five years experience as an educator, counselor,and psychotherapist.Although I speciallze in women's issues and enjoy working with women of all ages and bsckgrounds, men are an important part of my practice.
(513) 828-0017
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Kristina A. Tedesco, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“I provide Christian, Biblically-based counseling for mental health issues, relationship concerns, and issues of faith. Speciality areas include treatment of anxiety, depression, panic, pastoral counseling, marriage counseling, and family counseling.
(513) 592-3885
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Renae Norton, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“Congratulations! By being here, you've taken a big step towards recovery. If you want an alternative to inpatient treatment, or if you are looking for a different approach, you have come to the right place! I take the patients that many therapists will not treat on an out patient basis. I've found that intensive outpatient treatment is more effective for most ED patients than inpatient treatment. Because of my success rate with extremely difficult cases, I'm considered the go-to therapist by local professionals. The next step is easy. Just call me for an appointment!
(513) 348-1549
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
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