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Therapists in Cincinnati

Joanna B Nichols, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Life has never been so complicated, and everyone needs a hand up from time to time. I offer individual as well as couple and family counseling, in order to best address whatever it is that is complicating your life. I would love to work with you on finding ways to control your own story. I have experience with children and adolescents as well as adults, and I believe that our relationships with others are crucial to understanding who we are.
(859) 759-0810
Cincinnati, Ohio 45238
“Welcome to our office .We are a friendly and professional staff and will treat you with patience, caring and dignity. Please ask questions. We will do our best to answer or find out what other resources may be available for you. We are focused on three types of clients in our office. These include individuals who are depressed, anxious or experiencing an adjustment disorder. We also specialize in Neuropschological Assessment. Treating the behavioral consequences of chronic pain is also an office specialty.
(513) 823-4247
Cincinnati, Ohio 45246
Amy Blankenship, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“I would like to help ease the anxiety life can bring during times of change, during your daily routines, or in special situations: caregiver struggles, aging parents/dementia, parenting questions or stress, behavior concerns with children, divorce adjustment and grief. My background working with children and their parents in a variety of professional, educational settings for 16 years, as well as my training to become a counselor, will be an asset for me understanding you and your concerns.
(513) 318-1621
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
Sarah Headley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“At the Welling Group, we emphasize the integration of body, mind and spirit. Our therapists recognize that all three aspects of one's self must be balanced in order to maximize our human potential. You will feel calm, relaxed and safe in our comfortable, Montgomery office environment. I have experience working with a wide variety of clients. I have worked with families, couples and individuals affected by severe mental illness, those who were struggling with transitional life stressors as well as grief, pain and mortality issues.
(513) 924-4280
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Jim Thomas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
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
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
Caroline Sanders, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“My job is to empower you to live your very best life! Change can be hard but I believe a strong, therapeutic alliance and supportive environment will help put you on the path to living a more meaningful life. I am particularly passionate about helping women navigate life challenges and relationship difficulties so they can live fulfilling and meaningful lives. I combine my experience, knowledge and personalized approach to help you meet your goals and overcome many of life's obstacles.
(513) 280-8169
Cincinnati, Ohio 45231
Paul Diamond, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“An effective therapist must have empathy and caring for his client, as well as the skills and knowledge to do the work. I believe my personality and values help me offer the first and my decades of work as well as training and supervising many other therapists have honed my abilities. I have experience in combining psychodynamic theories within a humanistic and supportive approach.
(513) 318-7010
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Kristina A. Tedesco, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“I provide Christian, Biblically-based counseling for mental health issues, relationship concerns, and issues of faith. Speciality areas include treatment of anxiety, depression, panic, pastoral counseling, marriage counseling, and family counseling.
(513) 592-3885
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
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
Emma Schmidt, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“As a certified sex therapist I am dedicated to working with sexual concerns. People with sexual problems are as common as four out of ten women and three out of ten men according to the American Medical Association. Concerns such as premature ejaculation, desire problems, pain during sex, pornography issues and frequency expectations, are all common problems that can affect your relationships and your self esteem. Also, people look for sex therapy as a means to resolve conflicts surrounding sex life, or for improving communication during sex. Sex therapy can benefit not only couples, but singles, parents, kids, and families.
(513) 438-0448
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Crystal A Hubbell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LPCC
“My passion has always been families and children of all ages, providing both individual and family therapies. I have worked in home and community based settings as well as school based settings. This work has given me extrensive experience working with trauma, abuse, grief work, PTSD, mood and adjustment disorders as well as eating disorders and autism. I have a special place in my heart for teen age girls and feel that my therapeutic modality is especially beneficial to them.
(513) 795-5706
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
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
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
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
Debjani Sinha, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“My psychotherapy practice offers a safe, welcoming environment to actively work on your health and well-being, to learn ways to bring back joy and stability into your life. We will collaboratively establish our goals in therapy, and pace our sessions to match your needs. I offer both psychotherapy and assessment services. Psychotherapy sessions focus on growth-oriented issues even when addressing adjustment and mental health concerns. Assessment services are geared toward answering specific referral questions, usually to do with academic aptitude and school/college accommodations, especially for high-stakes examinations.
(513) 729-6062
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
Judi Hughes, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“I provide help for struggling learners in preschool through post college. I identify factors that are barriers to their success, determine their strongest learning pathways and recommend strategies to encourage achievement. I diagnose and treat a variety of neuropsychological disorders impacting learning such as ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, language based learning disabilities, nonverbal learning disabilites, and autism spectrum disorders. I work directly with students, families and schools. Through evaluation, consultation, intervention and advocacy, I help clients maximize their potential. I routinely collaborate with other educational, medical and mental health professionals to encourage a multidisciplinary approach to intervention and treatment.
(513) 217-9729 x2
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
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
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