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Therapists in Cincinnati

Margaret Josephson Rinck, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“Margaret J. Rinck, Ed.D. she graduated from Gordon College, Gordon Conwell Seminary, and the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Rinck has written a number of books including CHRISTIAN MEN WHO HATE WOMEN (Zondervan, 1990): AVOIDING MR. WRONG: AND WHAT TO DO IF YOU DID'T (Thomas Nelson, 1998). She is an ordained clergy and has been licensed as a psychologist since 1986.
(513) 823-9040
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
Mary de marcellus Le Gouellec, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“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
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Karen (Rusty) G. Siegfried, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S, ACSW
“Psychotherapy is not only about relieving mental distress. It is also about increasing resilience, wholeness, wellness, and improving relationships. I believe the therapist's job is to offer a safe place for healing - a place where an individual, couple, or family can be listened to with skill and respect. In the process of establishing a safe relationship and setting realistic goals, people grow and change according to their abilities. People are the "experts" of their own lives. I believe in the interdependence of the generations in families and in the human community.
(513) 379-0214
Cincinnati, Ohio 45209
Ann Kearney-Cooke, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“I am a psychologist who has specialized in the treatment of eating disorders[anorexia nervosa,bulimia nervosa,and compulsive overeating ]for over thirty years.I also treat individuals with mood disorders[depression,anxiety,etc.]those going through transitions[divorce,retirement,major losses,etc] and body image and self esteem issues.I am also trained as a wellness coach who helps individuals live a healthier,happier life.I have received numerous awards for the development of effective treatments for individuals struggling with eating disorders and body image dissatisfaction.Recently I received the NEDA Craig Johnson Award for Clinical Practice and Training.
(513) 588-9431
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Donna R Jackson, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“Welcome. I am pleased that you are interested in finding out how our work together may be of help to you. If you are entering therapy for the first time, you may have some questions about how things will proceed. The first phase will be to learn what brings you in and what you would like to achieve from our work together. The second phase is the actual working phase of therapy, where you will be encouraged to explore your feelings and thoughts, try out new behaviors, actions, and skills, and gain new understanding into your inner strengths and challenges.
(513) 828-0089 x1
Cincinnati, Ohio 45209
Bree Ann McCabe, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“My primary focus is working with adults who want to improve their relationships, parenting skills, and overall mental wellness.
(513) 808-4381
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
Michelle A Butler, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“ENOUGH is enough (you're screaming in your head)! You want to reduce your pain or problems and move towards solutions and comfort. I work with men and women, including a variety of ages, with extensive experience helping children and adolescents with social, emotional, or behavioral concerns. I'll work side-by-side in helping you manage anger, alleviate depression and anxiety, and in children/teens how to increase impulse control and social skills. As your counselor, I am your guide in exploring the obstacles in your way from enjoying everyday life and having satisfying relationships.
(513) 268-4433
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
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
Jim Esmail, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“I enjoy working with any person who is motivated to overcome issues such as depression, anxiety, relationship problems, or more severe disorders. In my 18 years in practice as a psychologist, I am frequently reminded of the importance of not being so problem-focused that one forgets to look at the person's strengths, which are the most valuable tools for recovery and personal growth. I feel privileged to be invited by clients to join them on their journey of growth, healing and discovery.
(513) 275-7213
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Karen Mendenhall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S
“Whether you are seeking to enhance personal growth and awareness, resolve relationship difficulties, or overcome anxiety and depression, I can help. I offer warmth, compassion, and work from a holistic, strength-based approach that will enable you to recognize and shed negative patterns of thought and behavior that have not served you well in the past. Instead, you will find that you are building confidence in making positive changes toward a better life.
(513) 348-1445
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
John Clark Echols Jr, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“My professional experience with grief and anger, and my experience of healing from childhood wounds and significant loss, impacts my 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. I am ready to work with individuals and couples using mindfulness, a variety of individualized cognitive therapies, and spiritual development based on my professional training and life experience. I especially wants to be of service to men with anger, addiction, depression, grief, and PTSD issues.
(513) 268-1185 x147
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
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
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
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
Bolte & Harrison Dual Therapist Couples Counseling, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“Co-therapists Teri Bolte, PhD, and John Harrison, LPCC work as a team to help couples tackle a broad range of issues, from couples on the brink of ending their relationship to those who simply want to improve upon and deepen intimacy and communication. We address issues often faced by couples, including infidelity, fighting, emotional distance, trauma, addictions, and parenting concerns. We welcome the opportunity to work with all varieties of couples. Our team approach allows an additional aspect of receiving both male and female therapeutic input that traditional therapy dynamics do not.
(513) 795-0668
Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
Brian Wright, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“I believe that counseling doesn't come with a manual or a "cookie-cutter" approach. You are a person with feelings and thoughts unique to your own concerns and issues. I don't approach our counseling relationship based on your diagnosis or societal labels. I try to assist according to how you see your world and recognize that we all make different choices. We don't have to be held captive to a mental illness and I will help you try to find the "keys to those locks".
(513) 327-7438
Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
Shelly Baxter, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“As a systemic family therapist I work with emotionally disturbed children as well as individuals with depression. My interactive treatment approach is to provide support and practical feedback to assist clients as we resolve current problems and long-standing patterns For over 20 years I have worked in an agency and community counseling setting with youth and their families allowing me to be productive with clients from many stages of life. I draw on a variety of styles and techniques to incorporate what will be most helpful for each client and family utilizing systemic family therapy.
(513) 824-8732
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
Elaine Willerton, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“Therapy can provide direction, support, answers and peace of mind about the issues that are troubling you and your loved ones. I can help you find your way onto a path of hope and resolution. Whether you are feeling overwhelmed, lost, confused, hurt, scared or are struggling to make sense of your life and relationships, you do not have to endure this alone. As a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist I am fortunate to work with individuals, couples and families in the greater Cincinnati area. My experience and training make me uniquely qualified to address relationship, family and psychological issues.
(513) 234-5455
Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
Paula Alberto, Counselor  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC-CR, CSAT, Candida
“Are you tired of struggling? Do you have unresolved grief, anger or trauma that you are dealing with? These things can affect your self esteem, your relationships, and your work. They can drain you of so much energy and I would love to help you get on track! I specialize in helping people recover from trauma so they can experience greater satisfaction in their lives. I work with individuals and couples, and lead groups as well. My approach is to work with each individual to find out what works best for that person so no cookie cutter counseling here.
(513) 592-3892 x109
Cincinnati, Ohio 45247
Brian Girton, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Brian is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor Supervisor, and life coach in Ohio with a Masters of Arts in counseling from Cincinnati Christian University. Brian has been working in counseling since 2007 and focuses on marriage counseling, self-esteem, relationship issues, life coaching, addictions, substance abuse, attachments, foster-care, depressions, anxiety, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADD/ADHD), sexual abuse, anger management, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), grief and loss, and spiritual issues. He utilizes an eclectic combination of therapeutic styles including Interpersonal, Solution-Focused, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Person Centered, and more.
(513) 457-4165
Cincinnati, Ohio 45238
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