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Therapists in Cuyahoga County

Tonya Black, Counselor  in Cleveland
“"Getting Well to be Whole"..I believe in working together to find an individual solution to the problem(s) you are experiencing. Whether it is a mood disorder, substance abuse, family issues, etc., we get to the source of the issue and set obtainable goals to achieve the relief you need and want. I believe there is a deeper, spiritual component to each one of us, to be whole from our inner being outward. There is a freedom to be had from our worries and symptomology, and we will work to find that freedom.
(216) 415-6193
Bradley A. Robinson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Middleburg Heights
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSA, LSW
“If you are struggling with personal, family or relationship issues, I offer a slightly different approach than you might expect. Contrary to how some view therapy, I believe there is far more "right" than "wrong" with people who seek help -- strengths allowing them to overcome seemingly overwhelming obstacles. I'm a therapist, but I'm also a parent and husband who makes plenty of mistakes. Luckily, perfection isn't necessary or even desirable, as it often takes only small, positive changes to yield significant benefits. Things can get better, sometimes quickly, if you take small steps in the right direction.
Carla J Gilenko, Counselor  in Lakewood
“I believe in the inherent wisdom that lies within each of us. Sometimes sadness, pain, anger, anxiety and discomfort can block us from that wisdom and we find ourselves stuck in our lives. My goal in helping my clients is to provide a safe environment within which we can work together to remove the blocks to joy, love, peace and happiness, furthering personal growth and healing. I truly believe that the answers we need lie within each of us. Part of my job is to help you sift through the layers to find the answer that is right for you.
(216) 415-6378
Lakewood, Ohio 44107
Fauzia Javaheri, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brecksville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, Fauzia, Javaher, MSSA, LSW
“I will provide you with a kind, honest and direct approach while I teach you specific strategies that will help put your relationship on a positive track. I am a direct, insightful, empathetic, solution-focused and result oriented therapist. I will give you specific action steps in a short amount of time to help you improve your relationship. I am passionate about helping others live up to their fullest potential and reach the goals they set for themselves.
(440) 829-1923
Madlyn Bookatz, Counselor  in Beachwood
“I am a master at enhancing the quality of relationships primarily with yourself AND when in a marriage or partnership. I will guide you to improve the relationship you have with yourself to increase confidence and well being. I offer a concrete structure to enhance your personal relationship and will give you insight to your relationship patterns. I am a direct, insightful, empathetic, and solution focussed therapist and give you specific action steps in a short amount of time to help you get your relationship on track. I am an in- network provider covered by most insurances. Will respond to email.
(440) 296-3233
Shaker Clinic Alzheimers, Treatment Facility  in Cleveland
“Located in Shaker Heights, Ohio (a suburb of Cleveland), Shaker Clinic provides comprehensive outpatient and home-based care to adults and seniors who are struggling with emotional, cognitive, and/or behavioral challenges. Our programs are prepared to serve adults ages 20 and above who are dealing with anxiety, depression, memory disorders (Alzheimer's disease and dementia), bipolar disorder, and similar conditions. We have specialized experience in working with older adults (the majority of Shaker Clinic patients are ages 50 and above), and our intensive home-based geriatric program offers mental health assessments, behavioral health counseling and therapy, and pharmacological management. Starting with diagnostic services and progressing through treatment and into aftercare management, the goal of Shaker Clinic is to help our patients maintain their independence by offering superior care that will ease their symptoms and maximize their quality of life. We offer a wide array of treatment options that can be customized to meet each patient's specific needs, and which are delivered by community-based mental healthcare providers.
(844) 203-3229
“I have been practicing psychiatry for nearly the last 20 years and take great pride in what I do. I treat adults of all ages. My goal is to make the most accurate diagnosis possible, help my patients make the behavioral changes that would help them improve, to treat with the least amount of medication and curtail as many side-effects as possible. If can enable my patients to full functionality and avoid hospitalizations to the least possible, I am succeeding.
(440) 210-0094
Renee Diane Pennington, Psychiatric Nurse  in Brecksville
“Dr. Pennington earned her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Nursing from the University of Akron and her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from Maryville University of St. Louis. She has provided psychiatric & medication management services to patients in a wide variety of inpatient & outpatient settings.
(216) 539-2307
Cherie A White, Counselor  in University Heights
“Everyone has experienced emotional distress at some point in his or her life. A good indicator of when it's time to seek professional help, is when stress becomes overwhelming and unmanageable. Recognizing that you need help is the first step toward restoring a healthy life balance.
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LPCC, IMFT
“As an interactive,solution-focused therapist, my treatment approach is provide support and practical feedback to help clients address current life challenges and long standing issues. With compassion and understanding, I help individuals, marriages and families find resolution to a wide range of personal concerns and psychological issues. In the 38 years of my work, I have always tried to offer a highly persoanlized approach to the "client" to help them attain the growth. I work with addictions, mental healthy issues, divorce, parenting and step-parenting concerns, work issues, grief, aging concerns and general life transitions. I also work with family-owned businesses.
(216) 539-5912 x4
Highland Counseling Services, Inc., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Highland Heights
“I work with a large geriatric and chronically ill population experiencing depression, anxiety and stress. These may be caused by life transitions, multiple losses or changes in ones life as a result of illness, aging or loss of a loved one. I also make home visits to individuals unable to leave their homes. In adddition to mental health counseling I can assess the safety of the individual or couple in their current environment and make recommendations to enhance their physical and emotional safety and well being. Individaul, couples or family counseling is available.
(440) 473-9693
Javonne Porter, Counselor  in North Royalton
“My goal is to build a trusting relationship that will empower you to overcome life stressors while creating goals that will help you reach your full potential. Establishing the relationship and having hope for a better tomorrow is invaluable for practicing skills that will assist with preparing yourself for obstacles and defeating obstacles. Stress is experienced when we are unprepared to deal with life challenges and the stress manifests in our mind in the form of harmful thoughts that leads to negative emotions, which contributes to destructive behaviors that leads to damaging consequences. Lets work together to defeat this cycle!
(330) 236-0279
Brittany Buffington, Counselor  in Middleburg Heights
“As a licensed professional counselor, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. By applying integrative therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
Michael Madison, Psychologist  in Middleburg Heights
“Are you facing unexpected changes in your life? Are you struggling with marital issues, divorce? Is anxiety or depression robbing you of happiness? Are you worried about your behavior or that of a loved one? Are you stressed out everyday? Do you find yourself making the same mistakes in relationships, and not knowing why? I am here to help you find solutions and to make important decisions in your life. Together we can work toward making the positive changes that will free you of obstacles and allow you to experience happiness and all the good things life has to offer.
(216) 503-8551
Cassie Schumacher, Counselor  in Brecksville
“My counseling approach is solution focused and goal oriented. To help my clients overcome their barriers, I create a partnership with them and utilize a multitude of diverse counseling techniques to provide them with better success. I have been in this profession since 1999 working with a variety of populations and settings including inpatient, intensive outpatient groups, family therapy, and individual psychotherapy with both adolescents and adults.
(440) 746-6047
Tara Lemasters,   in Pepper Pike
“I guide clients to gain insight and soulutions to their issues; emotions, life/relationship challenges and stressors. My experience and training uniquely qualify me to help guide individuals, spouses/partners, and couples struggling with sexual compulsivity issues, sexuality issues, affairs, co-dependency, and trauma. Also, I have extensive experience assisting clients navigate through the process of healing from divorce/relationship break-up. My approach with clients is empathic, solution focused and validating.
(216) 245-1722
Brooke H Kroto, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Richmond Heights
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S
“When you need help with difficult life challenges, trauma, loss, illness, or moving forward with personal goals, I provide the right support, tools and guidance to help you effectively. My mission is to enhance the ability of individuals to live a life of purpose, creativity and optimum health. Using a positive and optimistic approach, I support a spiritually oriented process in which your innate wisdom is powerfully engaged towards resolution and healing. I provide services that are helpful to highly functional as well as deeply troubled individuals.
(216) 245-3675
Tracelia King-Walls, Pastoral Counselor  in Cleveland
Pastoral Counselor, PhDc, MACPC, CC, CDCA
“I am passionate about assisting individuals, couples, and families, in gaining spiritual insight and knowledge that is necessary, in achieving optimal living. Additional services includes: Anger management groups, and domestic violence groups, gambling addictions, individual and group sessions, pre-marital counseling, solemnize/perform marriage ceremonies upon pre-marital counseling, post traumatic stress disorder, individual and group sessions, self-esteem-individual and group sessions, grief counseling, as well as life coaching.
(216) 220-3131
“My aim is to provide an accepting and compassionate space to allow for healing and change to occur. I want to help you empower yourself to make changes in your life. I seek to promote resiliency, self-love, and tools to help you create the life you want. I can help you find freedom from patterns that no longer serve you. My goal is to provide a helpful environment in which to facilitate positive changes, personal growth and self-empowerment.
(440) 510-3115
Lakewood, Ohio 44107
Michael B Leach, Psychologist  in Beachwood
“It has been my privilege to help people develop lives that are deeply meaningful and emotionally satisfying. Psychotherapy is not a set of tricks or techniques. Rather, it is a personal relationship that affects people on a number of levels. Most of my clients come away from the process with some new practical skills and new, more adaptive ways of looking at life. They also hone their capacities to look at themselves, with more insight and greater self-understanding. Particularly rewarding for me has been my work with families, assisting them in healing from the wounds and fractures of divorce.
(216) 452-2427
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Cuyahoga 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 Cuyahoga County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Cuyahoga County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Cuyahoga County or family therapy in Cuyahoga County.

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Cuyahoga 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.