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Therapists in Cincinnati

Sandra A Metz, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, IMFT, NCC
“I was trained in Marriage and Family therapy and I view most of life's difficulties as relationship-based, whether it is your relationship to friends and family, to your spouse or others. I also draw from other types of therapies to provide help that is holistic, practical and person-centered.
(513) 438-4043
Cincinnati, Ohio 45231
Marcie O'Neil, MSW, LISW-S, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
“I have worked in private practice since 1995. In that time, I have come to appreciate the collaboration and interplay between my clients and myself. I encourage people to pursue adaptations of their ideas, life choices and relationships as a way of taking charge of their own lives. Usually it takes many small shifts and multiple steps to lead to a beneficial outcome. It's not easy but therapy can be rewarding and life altering with the development of insight and the use of extra support to move forward.
(513) 429-7217
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Kathleen Ferguson, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“I am a Clinical Child Psychologist specializing in the treatment of young children suffering from emotional and behavioral issues. My method of treatment is an active, collaborative approach that includes parent training, individual child therapy, and family therapy. Parent sessions focus on helping parents understand their child's behavior and teaching parents strategies to help manage their child's behavior. Child therapy sessions focus on teaching the child coping strategies and helping the child overcome the emotional and behavioral obstacles that are causing problems in the child's life. Family sessions focus on repairing and improving the parent-child relationship.
(513) 318-3535
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
Gina A McConnell, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Making the decision to begin counseling can be difficult. However, it can be the first step toward improving interpersonal relationships and developing strategies to manage life's challenges more effectively. I provide counseling with respect, support, and honest feedback. I am available evenings and Saturdays to accommodate a variety of schedules.
(513) 795-0632
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Kyle Linnemann, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Are you having problems in your personal relationships? Are you feeling anxious, tense, sad, angry, or guilty? Or maybe even all of the above? You may think things will never change and you will always feel this way. I have consistently helped people with these same problems feel good again, and often for the first time. We will work together to explore and understand your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and how they may be related to the problems you are experiencing. I will give you a non-judgmental space to be heard and understood so that you can make the changes you want.
(513) 318-0404
Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
Michael Lichstein, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“I see individuals and couples. I am comfortable with brief, problem focused psychotherapy. However, this type of therapy may be less helpful with long standing problems and I may recommend that we examine underlying causes more deeply. I believe that psychotherapy is a partnership between you and me. My role is to listen closely and to apply my knowledge of psychology and of psychotherapy to your specific situation. Your role is to come to sessions and to try to be as open and honest as you can be. Together we will explore how you can lead a more satisfying life.
(513) 823-4058
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Debra J Hackett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW, LICDC
“I provide a comprehensive solution based counseling method to address many different issues. I provide individual, group, couples, and family counseling. I also provide consultation on various issues for businesses. Trainings, seminars, and workshops are available on a variety of issues.
(513) 399-8802
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Tony Fryer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, IMFT
“The bulk of my clients are couples. I work with a range of issues including Enhancing communication, Infidelity, Sexual Dysfunction, Blended Family issues, etc. The sessions will be very focused on clearly established client goals.Homeworks are given to couples every session. I am a very straight forward therapist and try help clients to tap into their own reserves to find better ways to live while also sharing the huge wealth of knowledge I have from my long experience. My web site, www.tonyfryer.com, is very informative and contains a link to my Blog. This will help you get to know me more!
(513) 436-0525
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Diane R Herbert, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“I'm a Licensed Psychologist and earned my Masters and Doctorate from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio in 2003. I take a strengths based, cognitive- behavioral approach to treatment and work with people (children to adults) who suffer from anxiety, depression, relationship issues, behavioral problems/parenting difficulties, life stressors as well as women's issues and loss.
(513) 429-7681
Cincinnati, Ohio 45226
“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
John Clark Echols Jr, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Clark retired from a 32 year career as an ordained pastor. This, and his own experience of healing from childhood wounds and significant loss, impacts Clark's work by encouraging a heart and mind open to the goodness of the human soul, the possibility of healing of mental disease, and an acceptance of every faith tradition. Clark is ready to work with individuals and couples using mindfulness, a variety of individualized cognitive therapies, and spiritual development based on his professional training and life experience. He especially wants to be of service to men with anger, addiction and PTSD issues.
(513) 268-1185 x147
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Cindy Jesse Life Coaching and Therapy,   in Cincinnati
“YOU ARE NOT ALONE, and calling doesn't have to be scary...Some years ago, I reached out so I'm familiar with the anxieties of calling for an appointment...and MOSTLY the HOPE of having a compassionate, non-judgmental therapist/coach to support me. If you're struggling with your life's circumstances, call me! I will support you. I specialize in helping people with depression, anxiety, etc.-- with NO judgment! I am also a Relationship Coach-MEN-I can help you learn to CONNECT with the important people in your life! Call and have your questions about me and my approach answered.
(513) 785-0496
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Bobbie D Leitner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S, ACSW
“Just like each of us is unique and different, so too, is the therapeutic experience. I believe the most important aspect of successful psychotherapy entails having a positive and trusting relationship with the therapist. I respect each of my clients for the individual he or she is, building on his or her strengths not his or her presenting problem. I communicate this respect by actively listening to my clients with empathy and compassion. Once this relationship develops, the next step of the journey begins.
(513) 718-2784
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
Laura Edwards, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“If it seems as if there's no movement in your life, or something is holding you back from happiness, you might be tolerating things that aren't working for you. Wondering what to do next? You don't have to settle.
(513) 322-5329
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S, NBCFCH
“I see all kinds of people for all kinds of everyday life problems including: life and work stress; depression; anxiety; phobias/fears; obsessive-compulsive disorder; bipolar disorder; marital/couples issues; divorce; behavior problems; parenting; ADHD/ADD; clinical hypnosis; stress and anger management; smoking cessation; habit control; employee asssistance; alcohol/drug evaluations; codependence; post traumatic stress; minorities; spiritual/faith issues: and grief/loss. I provide employee assistance services to employees after traumatizing experiences like bank robberies, job injuries or coworker deaths.
(513) 334-2233
Cincinnati, Ohio 45211
Brian Valasek, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“I believe that you have the capacity to make positive and sustainable changes in your life. I can help you develop new, healthy ways of doing and perceiving things and feel better overall. I can show you how to increase your use of accurate and helpful thoughts. My goal is to support your journey toward being the best version of your self you can be. To be successful, you will need to be willing to get out of your comfort zone and do some things differently. If you are interested in making changes, you are coming to the right place.
(513) 318-1254
Cincinnati, Ohio 45224
Linda B. Fabe, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Feel stuck, in pain, struggling? Imagine finding more peace, clarity and confidence in your life. I can help you: Heal abuse, wounds and stuckness; move through grief, loss and life transitions such as a breakup or divorce; resolve conflict, strengthen communication and relationships; grow self-love and esteem and reduce self-judgment and insecurity; gain clarity about your purpose, contribution, career path. Learn to recognize and build on your gifts and strengths amidst the difficulties. Your times of challenge are sacred opportunities for learning and growth.
(513) 402-2913
Cincinnati, Ohio 45213
Successful Parenting, LLC,   in Cincinnati
“Are you a stressed out parent? Every parent knows parenting is the toughest job, and it does not come with a set of instructions. Successful Parenting uses parent coaching to teach parents scientifically based techniques and adapts them to your child's personality to target the problematic behavior(s). Parenting does not have to be tough. Successful Parenting will simplify it for you! Start enjoying your role as a parent! With Successful Parenting, you and your child will succeed, 100% guaranteed!
(513) 280-8508
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Barbara H Hummel, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“For over 25 years, my work has focused on individuals, couples and families. I focus primarily on the marital and parenting relationship. All relationships are fertile ground for personal growth and improved understanding of self. Relationships are places where emotional triggers are experienced which can cause feelings of stress and vulnerability. I help my clients understand how relationships are places where greater self awareness can be developed with an increased understanding into who you are and what is important. Finding greater peace lies in the ability to solve personal conflicts, honestly express feelings and develop greater understanding of others.
(513) 823-3106
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
Tricia Herman, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“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.
(513) 437-0614
Cincinnati, Ohio 45241
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