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Therapists in Clermont County

Susan L Kleine, Counselor  in Milford
“Sometimes life seems as though it is whirling out-of-control. Faith-based mental health therapy offers hope to those who may have felt rejected, abandoned, victimized, or unacceptable due to: life's experiences, poor self concept, uncontrollable habits, worry, grief, out-of-control emotions and negative thinking. I am able to counsel with clients as they seek to find meaning in problem circumstances and answers for 'what's next.' As clients indicate interest, we may explore important beliefs and God's direction as treatment is provided.. You can gain strength, confidence and enjoyment in your life once again.
(513) 342-3739
Milford, Ohio 45150
Hope Restored Counseling Services, Counselor  in Loveland
“At Hope Restored Counseling Services, our approach is both compassionate and goal-oriented, focusing on thoughtful exploration of the problem, and more importantly, change. Based on years of experience working with individuals and families in a therapeutic setting, we've found that each individual, regardless of their challenges, has the capacity for hope, choice and change.
(513) 318-0255
Loveland, Ohio 45140
Jennifer Lyn Vezdos, Counselor  in Loveland
“Are you in a transitional place in your life? Feeling Stressed, Sad , anxious or blue? Are you considering a big life change? We all experience bumps in the road. Some of the bums are small, some are huge. I am here to empower you with tools to renew your hope and move you toward a more positive place. My goal is to bring your through the difficult period with the help of counseling tools and make a plane to bring you to a more positive place. My practice is a non-judgmental, caring, safe place to heal.
(513) 334-1018
Loveland, Ohio 45140
Fran Hendrick, Counselor  in Loveland
“As a professional clinical counselor, it is my pleasure to support women and girls in becoming exactly who they're meant to be. I do that by providing counseling, coaching and classes at my personal development studio, Wildflower House, which is located in Downtown Loveland near the Little Miami Bike Trail. My clients are women, moms raising girls, girls, and mothers & daughters together.
(513) 327-7848
Loveland, Ohio 45140
Margaret M Markey, Counselor  in Milford
“Taking the first step toward getting help is often the most difficult action many of us will take. I focus on the hope that finally things may change, solutions may exist, and that life will once again become manageable. As a therapist, I help guide my clients through a process of self awareness and understanding of their situation or personal crisis. From there, change and growth can begin. Working together, solutions become possible and the steps of action become clear.
(513) 360-4847
Milford, Ohio 45150
Erica L. Daniels, PCC, LLC, Counselor  in Loveland
“Erica works on issues such as anger, aggression, anxiety, child abuse, depression, poor social skills, suicidal thoughts, poor communication skills, low self-esteem, post-traumatic stress, and sex trafficking. She is nationally certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, an evidenced-based treatment for children who have experienced trauma and/or traumatic grief. She also has completed training in Child & Family Traumatic Stress Intervention, an intervention used with children and adolescents immediately after a traumatic event to reduce traumatic stress symptoms and the risk of developing childhood PTSD. Erica's office is located on 9 wooded acres in Loveland, Ohio.
(513) 657-2400
Loveland, Ohio 45140
John Burik, Counselor  in Milford
“I help people get back on track -- and beyond -- after a challenge. In "earth language" I focus on clients and their potential, rather than problems. I am intensively trained in DBT, EMDR, NLP, Gestalt and other approaches, but the important thing is what works for you -- not a technique!
(513) 612-9915
Milford, Ohio 45150
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.
(513) 370-2595
Milford, Ohio 45150
Maggie Gehler, Counselor  in Loveland
“When the problems in your life feel overwhelming, it can be difficult to maintain your confidence and make positive choices. I believe that each person has the ability to transform their life, even in the face of adversity. Therapy provides individuals and families an avenue for creating a better future. I utilize a caring approach that balances processing core issues, exploring feelings, and making a plan for tomorrow.
(513) 683-4673
Loveland, Ohio 45140
“We all struggle with changes, but it takes a courageous person to admit that they need help. When families or individuals seek help from my practice, the clinicians are eager in taking a hands on approach and create methods in overcoming the problems. We realize that it is best for our clients to leave the office after each appointment with a gameplan and knowing that they have a partner in defeating the problems that have led them to our office.
(513) 831-9408
Milford, Ohio 45150
Gary Edward Antion, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Batavia
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, IMFT
“Are you tired of relationship difficulties? Perhaps you don't feel worthy of another's affections? Or you feel that you need to feel encouraged and uplifed. Well, I believe I can assist you with your relationships and help you feel better about yourself and your life's hopes and goals. I believe I have a talent for helping individuals feel uplifted and encouraged.
(513) 318-7092
Batavia, Ohio 45103
Tracy Mert, Counselor  in Milford
“I have experience working with children, adolescents, families, and adults. My main areas of interest and experience include: severe behavior problems, crisis support, developmental disabilities, ADHD, anger management, depression, grief, trauma, abuse, anxiety, low self- esteem, divorce, and parenting skills/education. Prior to private practice, I provided intensive case management to mentally ill adults and those with MRDD. I have worked with substance abuse, homelessness, provided intensive home-community based therapy, engaged in school- based counseling, managed and provided therapy within a partial hospitalization program with in an alternative behavior school, and frequented the courts and hospitals.
(513) 327-7397
Milford, Ohio 45150
Laurie A Navin, Counselor  in Milford
“It's not always easy to ask for help, but we all need to feel supported and understood in times of crisis or when experiencing a problem that becomes overwhelming. By being your own advocate, you will be able to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to reach your full potential and have a fresh outlook on life.
(513) 860-1100
Milford, Ohio 45150
ClearView Counseling Services, Treatment Facility  in Milford
“ClearView provides individual, couple, family, and group counseling to children, adolescents and adults. We serve those struggling with addictions, depression, anxiety, loss and other life transitions, sexual and other trauma, relationship difficulties, school performance, school attendance, school behavior, and career uncertainty, among other occurrences and situations. ClearView has offices in Fairfield, Western Hills, and Milford. To make an appointment, please call (513) 860-1100.
(513) 806-2806
Milford, Ohio 45150
Jim Thomas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newtown
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“I look forward to helping you learn about yourself when you ask "Why?" Many of my clients often ask questions like "Why am I unhappy?" or "Why is my relationship so hard?" or "Why does it seem so hard for me, but easy for others?" Sometimes they state "I would be happy if I ..." These are good questions to ask, and there are answers to those questions and many others that can be discovered in a therapeutic counseling relationship. I began working with clients in 1992. Over the years my clients ranged from children, adolescents, single, married and elderly.
(513) 294-8946
Office is near:
Newtown, Ohio 45245
Randy L Preshaw, Psychologist  in Loveland
“Stress, anxiety and depression can interfere with an indivduals' ability to identify and mobilize their existing strengths and resources. This,in turn, can lead to relationship difficulties and conflicts in relationships. This vicious circle can leave individuals feeling frustrated, alone and helpless. With over 20 years of experience, I can individualize treatment from multiple approaches to help clients regain a sense of empowerment in their lives.
(513) 828-0168 x4
Office is near:
Loveland, Ohio 45140
Mary de marcellus Le Gouellec, Counselor  in Loveland
“Everyone goes through truly difficult struggles in their life. Sometimes you might just need a sounding board, an outside perspective. If you, or someone you love, is struggling with anxiety or depression, you also need someone trained to listen and provide effective treatment. I believe a therapist has to be warm, intelligent, well-trained, and dedicated to her job.
(513) 277-0375 x146
Office is near:
Loveland, Ohio 45140
Graduate Counseling Services, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“We are a group practice that provides treatment for anxiety, depression, suicide ideation, self-harm and cutting, grief and loss, children impacted by divorce, marriage and couple's counseling-particularly around issues of infidelity, high conflict and problematic communication, and counseling and support for gay, lesbian and trans population.
(513) 370-2591
Office is near:
Cincinnati, Ohio 45245
Stephen J Billmann, Psychologist  in Loveland
“Are you having trouble with your sleep at night? Are you tired of being tired and frustrated? Are you sick of lying awake at night wondering if you are ever going to get some decent sleep? You have tried everything like cutting caffeine, not watching the clock, sleeping in a different bed and even sleep medications BUT... no sleep. As one of two clinical psychologists in the Cincinnati area certified by the American Board of Sleep Medicine, I am uniquely qualified to help. I offer medication-free Cognitive Behavioral treatment for insomnia. Treatment is short-term, lasting 3-5 sessions.
(513) 297-3455
Office is near:
Loveland, Ohio 45140
Roger Gerwe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Amelia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S, LICDC, ICCS
“Are you looking for real solutions to your marital or relationship problems. We can help... We can help you improve your marriage or relationship. If you want a skilled therapist who can connect with you, understand your problems and help you make healthy changes that are good for you and your relationship. We can help... We can help you make healthy decisions and changes in your relationship. We focused tried and true change options to meet your specific goals. Call us today. We can help...
(513) 899-1939
Office is near:
Amelia, Ohio 45102

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

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

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Clermont County, Ohio, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.