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Depression Therapists in Columbus

Kate Pedro, Counselor  in Columbus
“Let's work through this together. I like to take a collaborative approach to therapy to help you navigate your own life success, rather than tell you what to do. I have a strong desire to help you live life as it was intended. I have a laid back demeanor and am easily approachable. I specialize in parent-child relationships, depression, anxiety, anger management, self-esteem and relationship issues. I believe that therapy is only successful when a positive rapport is built between client and therapist. Let's talk and see if I'm the right match to help you.
Depression
(614) 524-5934 x114
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Sasha Downey  in Columbus
“Have you ever felt out of control or lost, in pain or struggling? I know that life doesn't always go according to plan and struggles happen every day. I specialize with adults and children struggling with depression, anxiety, addictions, life changes, work or school stresses, death and dying issues and concerns, self-esteem struggles, and spiritual concerns.
Depression
(614) 569-7676
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Jennifer Shonk,   in Columbus
“Are you struggling through life and need someone to come along side you in your journey toward healing? I am dedicated to helping adults and adolescents find hope and peace in their lives. Whether it be anxiety, depression, stress, addiction or just adjusting to life circumstances, I am here to help. I work hard to meet my clients where they are on their journey to encourage, identify strengths, and improve coping skills.
Depression
(614) 763-6293
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Amy Shevrin, LISW-S, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
“Whether it's stress, depression, anxiety, life transitions, relationship or family concerns, the emotional toll of an illness or a trauma, I have a strong record of helping my clients achieve their mental health goals. I am eager to support your efforts to move forward, address your challenges, and lead a fuller life. Sometimes we feel stuck in our lives. It takes courage to admit that everything we have tried to get ourselves unstuck has not worked. It also takes courage to contact a therapist for the first time, or if you have been in counseling before, trying it again.
Depression
(614) 450-1964
Columbus, Ohio 43209
Natalie Clark, Counselor  in Columbus
“Sometimes life can present challenges that present us with seasons of struggles when we need some assistance to press on to where we can live well. I believe there are solutions we find together to explore ways to enjoy a life worth living! Though there are trials along the way, together we can find the path THROUGH our challenges with hope and encouragement. I enjoy working with older adolescents, their families, and individual adults to find solutions to depression, anxiety and life transitions.
Depression
(614) 808-0236 x13
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Depression Treatment Center - Ohio Hospital, Treatment Facility  in Columbus
“While not a normal part of aging, many senior adults develop late-life depression. As the clinical presentation of late-life depression does vary tremendously from depression at other ages, this mental health disorder can lead to major impairments - including death - in older adults. This is why family and friends must remain vigilant and aware of the symptoms of late-life depression and encourage loved ones to seek treatment immediately. Due to the stresses of older adulthood, late-life depression is often more common than once thought. These stresses may include increased medical conditions, greater levels of disability, grief over the loss of friends and loved ones, and increasing fears over both health and financial security. Unfortunately, many elderly individuals dismiss even the most intense episodes of depression as a normal part of the aging process and do not report their own symptoms or receive proper treatment. With advances in the understanding of depression and its treatment, late-life depression is highly treatable and can lead to improved quality of life and reduction of the severe effects of untreated depression.
Depression
(844) 212-7377
Columbus, Ohio 43223
Victoria M Williamson, Counselor  in Columbus
“I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with 14 years of experience, and a background in Art Therapy. I specialize in counseling adults, and have experience treating mood disorders, gambling addiction, family conflict, relationships in transition, grief and loss, end of life issues, couples counseling and substance abuse.
Depression
(614) 310-4501
Columbus, Ohio 43206
Sue Dindal, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“Are you going through some tough times, feeling depressed,anxious,stressed? Do you worry you are "going crazy"? Feel you have nowhere to turn? I provide a warm and supportive environment where you can feel safe to open up about your feelings. This is the first step towards healing. We all face tough times in life that can be overwhelming, but there is always hope! Feeling comfortable with your therapist is crucial. You must feel trust and that they are hearing your concerns, which is why we will start with a thorough assessment so that I clearly understand your situation.
Depression
(614) 664-6037
Columbus, Ohio 43235
Levana Slabodnick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“Those of us who seek a happier, more fulfilled life often don't know where to begin. When you are experiencing depression, anxiety, low self esteem or relationship issues, a solution to your troubles can seem impossible. You may be struggling internally, unable to keep your symptoms under control. You may feel isolated, misunderstood or have difficulty fitting in. These are all common reasons that people seek out therapy.
Depression
(614) 682-7023
Columbus, Ohio 43209
Ronald M Fox, Counselor  in Columbus
“I have been counseling for over 30 years and have provided psychotherapy services to all types of individuals,couples and families.I strive to provide a compassionate and safe environment in which my clients can address their issues confidentially. I understand how difficult it is to first enter counseling and I am committed to making it a successful experience for them.My tasks as a therapist are to help clients in discerning old patterns,explore feelings,thoughts,behaviors and attitudes and provide therapeutic opportunities for change.
Depression
(614) 210-3037
Columbus, Ohio 43213
Scott Nicola, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S
“I am interested in working collaboratively with clients to overcome depression, anxiety and other challenging life issues. I have a friendly, laid back approach and believe in creating a positive environment where clients can feel comfortable. I believe our mental health is closely connected to our physical and spiritual health and that imbalance in one area can lead to problems in others. I seek to help clients regain balance in these areas and achieve a happier and healthier existence!
Depression
(614) 980-0268
Columbus, Ohio 43231
Stephanie Wells, Counselor  in Columbus
“I am accepting new patients. I am a licensed practicing clinical counselor, & mother of a 6 year old with 18 years of experience working with children, adolescents, & families in a variety of settings. I enjoy making a comfortable, easy environment for clients to take refuge.
Depression
(614) 541-2454
Columbus, Ohio 43202
Jacqueline A Hatten, Counselor  in Columbus
“Since 2003 I have been working with adults and high school adolescents to help improve their daily quality of life. The majority of my clientele seek support for anxiety disorders, mood disorders, relationship counseling, grief counseling, self-esteem, as well as general life stressors.
Depression
(614) 356-7833
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Christy Carlson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PsyD
“People usually come to therapy due to a crisis. Most of the time, the crisis involves their relationships with others. This can mean partner/spousal relationships, work relationships, family relationships or the lack of satisfying relationships. I have years of experience helping people understand the patterns, often deeply etched, that are contributing to these difficulties. When you are able to be aware of your own inner patterns, you have options to interact with the world in more satisfying and productive ways.
Depression
(614) 428-0817
Columbus, Ohio 43207
Stephanie Wilson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW, MSW, JD
“My theoretical orientation is eclectic and integrative incorporating interpersonal process therapy (IPT) (here and now), psychodynamic, relational and CBT models. I approach therapy from a strengths based approach, focusing on client’s inherent strengths and resiliencies rather than their weaknesses. I also utilize CBT to focus on changing negative core beliefs and cognitive distortions and DBT to teach distress tolerance, emotion regulation and interpersonal assertiveness skills. Lastly, I am very relational in my approach in order to provide clients with a corrective emotional experience and holding environment for them to feel safe, secure, empowered and validated.
Depression
(614) 656-1840
Columbus, Ohio 43221
Craig M. Noreen, Counselor  in Columbus
“I know the decision to pursue counseling can be a difficult one. I applaud you for choosing to move forward. By doing so, you've taken the first step to making things better. Now comes the challenging task of finding the right therapist; someone who will be empathetic, insightful, and actively engaged in helping you reach your goals for therapy.
Depression
(614) 914-2031
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Shawna Park, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S, LICDC
“I am passionate about helping people to become the best version of themselves. My focus of practice is to help clients envision their goals and assist them in using their inner strengths to meet those aspirations. It is of the utmost importance to experience change and growth in an accepting and caring environment, which is an integral part of my practice.
Depression
(614) 541-2502
Columbus, Ohio 43230
Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry, Treatment Facility  in Columbus
“Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry is centrally located in Ohio in the state capitol, Columbus, which provides a continuum of behavioral health services for adults and senior adults in a safe, secure environment. As OHP has medical physicians on staff, we are able to include treatment for medical conditions such as uncontrolled type II diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, hepatitis C, and chronic kidney disease, in each client's plan of care. Offering five separate, distinct units, in a ninety-bed free-standing behavioral health center, each unit is specifically designed to meet all the needs of our clients in an environment conducive to healing. OHP is an ever-improving care facility that aims to redefine the ways in which mental healthcare is delivered. Through our partnerships with physicians and other professionals, the usage of technology, and the extension of our services from the hospital to the home, Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry will continue to be a leader in creating distinct, effective mental illness management.
Depression
(844) 220-7383
Columbus, Ohio 43223
“I am approved by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, Marriage & Family Therapist Board as a Licensed Professional Counselor. I received my Master of Education in Community Counseling from the University of Dayton and a Master of Science in Social Work from the University of Louisville. I have a Bachelor of Science in Social Work from the University of Tennessee. My passion is working with women of all ages with life adjustment issues and especially young women with major life decisions. I also have years of experience in individual and group counseling in tobacco cessation.
Depression
(614) 930-6269 x1
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Julie A Shuptrine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“Strongly influenced by Jungian Depth Psychology and Eastern spiritual traditions, I strive to create an environment where honest self-exploration can occur. I act as a mirror, held before you so that you can see yourself more clearly. I bear witness to your experience and examine with you how to create balance and meaning in your life. I try to make it easier for you to talk, explore solutions, and make changes. I am able to address diverse issues with clients, including: depression, anxiety, trauma, sexual abuse, the midlife transition, parenting, grief and loss, relationships, self-esteem and body image.
Depression
(614) 568-9032
Columbus, Ohio 43212
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