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Therapists in Toledo

Donna Croniser, Counselor  in Toledo
“Life is a series of transitions and changes. Often times it is difficult to navigate through these times with the challenges they bring personally and in our relationships with each other. I bring over 25 years of experience and insights to help you successfully manage and experience your world. I work with individuals, couples and families. When it is appropriate to do so, I prefer to work in a family systems context, giving the greatest potential for success.
(419) 318-1458
Toledo, Ohio 43606
“Dennis W. Kogut, Ph.D. is a practicing clinical psychologist and director of Central Behavioral Healthcare, a private practice group in Northwest Ohio. Central Behavioral Healthcare consists of five doctoral level psychologists and three masterís level therapists. Among our staff are experts in many outpatient specialties and services. Dr. Kogut has a special interest in anxiety, phobias, fears and obsessive-compulsive disorder. He also sees couples regularly with an emphasis on enhancing marital communication and conflict resolution. The office is located in a new office park in the western suburbs of Toledo in pleasant surroundings.
(419) 777-3145
Toledo, Ohio 43623
Catherine (Kitti) Hart, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toledo
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“Would you like to improve your emotional well being and relationships with others? I specialize in guiding people through their own healing process by addressing negative life experiences that impact their current thoughts, feelings, functioning and interactions with others. Examples include; improving self worth and confidence, overcoming fears and depression, and working through anger, hurt, loss or self blame. In my seven years of experience working in community mental health I have worked with a lot of abuse victims, severe mood disorders, personality disorders, psychotic disorders, dissociative disorders, substance abuse and anxiety disorders including PTSD.
(419) 785-8589
Toledo, Ohio 43606
Joan Freeman, Counselor  in Toledo
“As a child and family therapist I work with children, adolescents and adults conducting individual, couples, and family counseling for persons experiencing a wide range of issues-from transitions and losses (job loss, illness, divorce, death), relationship issues, depression, fears and anxiety, to trauma and PTSD. I approach the counseling relationship in an interactive and respectful manner by assisting you to find the solution that is best for you in a safe and trusting environment.
(419) 531-9494
Toledo, Ohio 43606
Christopher Muller, Counselor  in Toledo
“I believe that our bodies are designed to be well and that therapy of any kind promotes the body's ability to recover and heal from injury, physically and emotionally. In psychotherapy, I focus my personal attention, skill-set and experience to support, encourage and enhance this innate recovery and healing process. Each therapy relationship is different because the person involved is a unique individual and the relationship is formed to address his or her specific needs and goals. But all the relationships I have with my clients begin with belief in their healing potential and hope for their recovery.
(419) 549-5701
Toledo, Ohio 43606
Linda B. VanderPol, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Toledo
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LPCC-S, IMFT
“Specialized Training: - EMDR Therapist, Level II trained - Certified Mediator - CISM (Critical Incident Stress Management) and Debriefing - Amen Clinic: Assessment & Treatment of ADD, children and adults - Sensorimotor Psychotherapist
(419) 798-6987
Toledo, Ohio 43606
William Henry Jones,   in Toledo
“Make the life changes you've wanted...letting go of addictions, resolving Trauma, sexual compulsivity-addiction...anxiety and depression
(419) 940-0351
Toledo, Ohio 43606
Bill Roman, Counselor  in Toledo
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, PC, MDiv, MTh
“You're a mid-career professional. Life is supposed to be pretty good. But it's not. There's a big gap. All you know is that what you've been doing isn't working. How do you get from here to where you really want to be?
(419) 785-8934
Toledo, Ohio 43606
Jessi Farley, Counselor  in Toledo
“Greetings! You are not alone. I'm Jessi, a licensed professional counselor and registered yoga teacher. I am here to partner with you to work through this moment in your life. Whether healing from your past, coping with situations and issues in the present, or letting go of fears of the future; I am here to listen and help you evolve to live the full and happy life you deserve. Why wait? We can work together to understand the difficulties and struggles you face and gain tools to cope and balance life successfully, meeting your emotional, physical, and spiritual needs.
(419) 746-4269
Toledo, Ohio 43617
Charlene Taylor, Counselor  in Toledo
“I specialize in blending art and counseling therapies for children, adolescents and adults. If you seek a place with options you can choose when feeling overloaded or under stress - creative programming that does not require artistry - please call or visit my website. I approach mental health with a view toward healthy development throughout the life span. A wide variety of changes are experienced in life, and art therapy counseling offers unique opportunities for strength-based, brief and effective problem-solving. In addition to individual therapy, I also offer groups designed to assist coping: job loss, caregiver stress, grief/ loss, life change and more.
(419) 318-0779
Toledo, Ohio 43623
Manzetta L Jackson, Counselor  in Toledo
“Since attending therapy is an implicit admission of imperfections for most people, my approach to counseling is person-centered and collaborative. Once the therapeutic alliance has been established, this approach allows clients to express their emotional reactions, develop more productive ways of dealing with feelings, and increase their levels of understanding and awareness. My counseling philosophy is to provide support, education, feedback and treatment that inspires clients to successfully take appropriate actions that will assist with solving their problems. Therapist qualities that I utilize include, but are not limited to, mutual respect, authenticity, genuineness, integrity, and the ability to empathize.
(419) 419-3369
Toledo, Ohio 43615
“The focus of my practice is working with adults and couples with issues relating to grief/loss, depression, anxiety, anger, and marital issues. I work full-time in private practice with a flexible schedule....seeing clients in the mornings, afternoons, evenings and on Saturday's. The most important part of counseling is to make sure, together, we can develop a healthy and respectful professional relationship. It is important for client's to develop personal awareness in order to make desired changes in their lives.
(567) 455-7825
Toledo, Ohio 43606
Sue Lonsway, Counselor  in Toledo
“For those who are open to it, working on your life holistically can happen simultaneously as you work on other issues and the benefits will be physical as well as mental. A holistic approach to your treatment means that all aspects of your health are taken into account. Rather than approach your problem from one angle, it can be worked on from many angles to increase the likelihood that you will not only meet your goals for change, but improve your overall health as well.
(419) 746-0929
Toledo, Ohio 43617
Glen Alan Carpenter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toledo
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“Everybody deserves to be happy but sometimes life's trials and tribulations makes that difficult. That's where I come in as your therapist I will work with you to develop the skills needed to overcome life's problems so you can get back to enjoying life the way that you desire.
(419) 567-1422
Toledo, Ohio 43606
Jennifer Dubow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toledo
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“The initial step into a therapist's office is part of the process for change because it acknowledges the importance of making that change while realizing that it is healthy to reach out for help. Therapy allows you uninterrupted time to focus on the issues important to you, while the therapist provides the encouragement and tools necessary to reach your goals.
(419) 318-9900
Toledo, Ohio 43617
Betsy Hazard, Counselor  in Toledo
“Are the stresses of life becoming too much to handle? Are you struggling with relationship issues, depression, anger, or addiction? My office is warm, caring, and nonjudgmental, assisting you to be able to work toward overcoming life's many difficulties. Counseling is all about being able to become the best person you can be, reaching your goals with your family, friends, relationship, job and health. Don't wait, get started today on a better tommorrow!
(419) 517-6260
Toledo, Ohio 43606
Cynthia C Wagenhauser, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toledo
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“Hello! I'm Cynthia. I am a social worker, daughter, wife, mom, sister, and friend. I have the clinical and life experience to understand how challenging life can be and the struggle it is to live peacefully with others while staying emotionally healthy and balanced. If you are having difficulty in any life role, personal, school or work relationship, I can relate, provide support and help you find solutions that work.
(419) 741-4177
Toledo, Ohio 43617
University of Toledo Psychology Clinic, Psychologist  in Toledo
“The University of Toledo Psychology Clinic (UTPC) provides a range of outpatient mental health services for UT students and the greater Toledo community, including psychotherapy, assessment, testing, consultation, and community outreach. The UTPC offers evidence-based treatments delivered by Clinical Psychology doctoral students under the close supervision of expert faculty, who are licensed clinical psychologists. Clients are assured the highest degree of confidentiality and professionalism.
(419) 318-0141
Toledo, Ohio 43606
Kristen Junga, Counselor  in Toledo
“If you have a child or adolescent who is struggling with anxiety, anger, depression, behavior issues, inattention, hyperactivity, stress, death, divorce of parents, low self-esteem, body image, abuse, or trauma, I can help. My approach to successful therapy is to provide a safe and supportive environment where client and therapist can develop a trusting relationship. I also help frustrated parents find practical solutions to the child behavior problems that are preventing you from feeling positive about your ability to parent effectively.
(419) 679-4721
Toledo, Ohio 43623
Valko and Associates, Counselor  in Toledo
“I provide motivational alternatives to address mental or emotional disorders, addiction to alcohol and other drugs, and adjustment to life events which may impair your ability to function comfortably. My 15 years of professional experience have included extensive work with people who suffer from substance use disorders, mood disorders, trauma, and chronic pain. Other areas of interest include issues stemming from sexual orientation, severe illness or injury, personality disorders, and loss of employment or career change.
(419) 318-1390
Toledo, Ohio 43606

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