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Relationship Issues Therapists in Dayton

Morgan Lucas, Psychologist  in Dayton
“Hello. Choosing the right therapist is important, you deserve to work alongside someone you feel comfortable with. My approach is down to earth and helps clients make meaningful changes that last. My style of therapy is practical in and outside of sessions. I believe in empowering clients and honoring their diverse backgrounds and perspectives. I'm a licensed psychologist with over 12 years of experience in the mental health field. I look forward to the opportunity to work with you on reaching your goals. Getting started can be a hard step, but you are worth the effort!
Relationship Issues
(740) 200-4644
Dayton, Ohio 45402
Michelle Flaum Hall, Counselor  in Dayton
“I would characterize my approach to working with clients as both holistic and strength-based. I feel that achieving mental and emotional well-being and healthy relationships requires paying attention to all areas of self: the mind, body and spirit. In addition, I try to help my clients achieve mental, emotional and relational health by building on the strengths already present in their lives. I firmly believe that people have the ability to make positive changes in their lives, and I see it as my job to help clients identify and traverse the steps necessary to achieving these changes.
Relationship Issues
(937) 540-2146
Dayton, Ohio 45429
Dennis O'Grady, Psychologist  in Dayton
“There is hope. You are not alone. If you need or desire a change in your life today, you will find the answers to the puzzle at New Insights Communication. Together, we will work to ensure you receive the tools and support you have been seeking to help you change the confusing and overwhelming life circumstances you are currently facing. I appreciate the courage it takes for each and every one of us to implement positive changes, and through 30+ years of experience, I am well-versed in the necessary emotional mastery and coping skills many overlook.
Relationship Issues
(937) 451-3613
Dayton, Ohio 45459
Darcie R Clark, Counselor  in Dayton
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LPCC-S, NCC, ICADC, CDCIII
“Our approach to therapy is one in which our clients are viewed as resilient and resourceful, capable of deliberate malevolence as well as knowing right from wrong, strong enough to acknowledge their failings and to be worthy of respect. Our office is a place where change happens. We now offer a Brain training program that exercises and improves brain function that is needed to improve focus, memory and attention. and can make a real difference in the life of a child struggling with an attention deficit diagnosis. The cognitive training environment is a fun as well as beneficial.
Relationship Issues
(937) 877-5996
Dayton, Ohio 45402
Kathleen A Bonie, Psychologist  in Dayton
“Is life a struggle? Feeling tired and stressed? Iím a caring listener with expertise to help you sort through the confusion we all face at times. With a positive perspective and an understanding that mind, body, and spirit are interconnected I want to help you regain balance and health in your life as you work through relationship issues, career difficulties or the loss of a loved one. Take the first step to contact me before worry and depression start to affect your health. I am here to walk through life's challenges with you as partners along the way.
Relationship Issues
(937) 254-6700
Dayton, Ohio 45420
Donald S Scott, Psychologist  in Dayton
“Over 30 years of practice, I have found it helpful to focus therapy on four areas: (1) the quality of a person's relationships and how these relationships impact the person's primary emotional concerns, (2) how the person's primary emotional problems impact their loved ones, (3) developing coping skills for particular emotional problems and (4) practical problem solving solutions for various life issues. Since most people are emotionally and physically overextended and their time is overcommitted, together we also work on ways people can take better care of themselves.
Relationship Issues
(937) 396-5485
Dayton, Ohio 45429
Kathleen Judy, Counselor  in Dayton
“Are you struggling with depression, anxiety or chronic pain? Or perhaps, are you having relationship or family issues? Maybe you're having to make a difficult decision. My goal is to provide compassionate, confidential help for navigating difficult issues. With over 20 years of counseling experience, I will provide a nonjudgmental, caring, confidential place to get your concerns out. I will teach you practical tools to help either resolve the problem(s) or cope with the situation(s) more effectively. My therapeutic approach includes cognitive behavioral and solution focused strategies.
Relationship Issues
(937) 660-7613
Dayton, Ohio 45419
Sheila Chapman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dayton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S
“Are you and your spouse/partner having problems? Are you looking for a therapist who will not judge you ? Would you like to talk with a professional about your problems? Let's get together and visit about your concerns. I've been married for 41 years,but not without it's own ups and downs and we survived raising 4 strong willed children. I bring a lot of personal experience to my professional counseling in an effort to let you know you are not alone. I will be there with you. Be hopeful and of good courage!
Relationship Issues
(937) 471-1173
Dayton, Ohio 45424
Sophia A Sparks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dayton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW
“I provide a supportive environment for those who are seeking a safe place to overcome obstacles to their emotional healing. I utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Solution Focused Brief Therapy along with relying on God and his truth to help facilitate healing in a nonjudgmental, caring atmosphere. Schedule an appointment with me if you are willing to work to move beyond the status quo.
Relationship Issues
(513) 592-3917 x716
Dayton, Ohio 45459
Patricia A Gooding, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Dayton
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, LPCC
“I have over 20 years of counseling experience and have been in private practice in the Dayton area since 1996 providing caring, non-judgmental counseling for individuals, families and children. My background includes a variety of training including but not limited to Gestalt, Cognitive Behavioral, Jungian Approaches and Sand Tray therapy.
Relationship Issues
(937) 912-1028
Office is near:
Dayton, Ohio 45459
Jean E. Weaver, Counselor  in Dayton
“Are you too scared to let go of where you are to get where you want to go? I can lead you through the process of finding your purpose, that is, what you really want to do with your life. I work with people during life or career transitions, and others wanting to find a more meaningful way of living. I help people identify and remove the obstacles in their lives that keep them from being happy or productive. I work with both individuals and couples.
Relationship Issues
(937) 912-1261
Office is near:
Dayton, Ohio 45409
“With over 20 years successful experience in assisting clients in developing and building their long-term skills for coping and problem solving, I believe that my practice can help you find your way to the life goals you desire. My approach to counseling is interactive with my clients, based on the concept that understanding and coming to terms with one's emotions is essential to effective problem solving and personal growth. I strive to provide a comfortable, supportive and non-judgmental environment for clients to effectively deal with life's issues and enrich their lives.
Relationship Issues
(937) 569-0407
Office is near:
Dayton, Ohio 45459
Counselor, MEd, LPCC
“Has your relationship hit a rut, or you feel like your partner is making you crazy with demands or put-downs, and you can't beat the feelings of depression, anxiety, or self-doubt that affect you each day? Perhaps you're ready for a change! I specialize in working with women and couples. For over 10 years, I have been helping men and women find hope and healing in their relationships. I have helped couples find restoration and renewed communication in their marriages. Many clients value a faith perspective and we can incorporate that into our work together. Welcome!
Relationship Issues
(937) 684-4910
Office is near:
Dayton, Ohio 45419
Gary D Ackerley, Psychologist  in Dayton
“We live in a stressful society, constantly bombarded by stressors that consist of major expected events (deadlines,childbirth), major unexpected events (car accident, conflict with spouse/boss), and daily grind (alarm clock, traffic,work responsibities). These issues create a stress level which influences health and well being. A typical person coming to my office works long hours, has chores and other responsibilities, leaving primary relationships and self-care as low priority items. Individuals may feel depressed, anxious, and/or struggle to cope. Psychotherapy can provide a safe environment to address the stresses of your life and provide new coping skills.
Relationship Issues
(937) 550-3056
Office is near:
Dayton, Ohio 45419
Huber Heights Marriage and Relationship Center, Counselor  in Dayton
“Have you ever wondered why your partner thinks differently from you? Does trying to communicate end in an argument? Men and women often see things differently. That's why we work couple to couple. This allows you both to be heard and understood in a comfortable environment where no one feels outnumbered.
Relationship Issues
(937) 688-3399
Office is near:
Dayton, Ohio 45417
Elizabeth Anne Hardy, Psychologist  in Dayton
“People strive to create meaningful relationships. Many enter psychotherapy because that need isn't being met, wasn't met, or because they fear it won't be met. * People feel/behave for reasons often outside awareness. * Attempts to master psychological pain determine why people behave consistently, predictably, and sometimes self-destructively. * The therapeutic relationship is determined by my ability to provide a safe forum for examining thoughts, feelings, and behaviors by maintaining a nonjudgmental, empathic rapport. Successful treatment integrates cognitive and emotional components of patients developing increasing self-awareness. It includes supportive and interpretive interventions, while also leveraging strengths.
Relationship Issues
(937) 310-2378
Dayton, Ohio 45419
Kathryn Van der Heiden, Counselor  in Dayton
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, MAT, LPCC-S, CGP, NBCC
“Emotional stressors sometimes become overwhelming. If you feel depressed ,sad, scared, angry or stuck individually or in relationship it's time to call. having someone to talk with can be healing, validating and encouraging. I can help you in identifying what is causing the distress . In addition to validating your perceptions I will help you find your personal strength to open new options for wellness. Knowing that you need help is the first step. Making an appointment is the second one. I do not promote religious beliefs though I welcome your spiritual journey. I treat you as a whole person.
Relationship Issues
(937) 439-5009 x2
Dayton, Ohio 45459
Scott E Hall, Counselor  in Dayton
“Are you in a life transition? Is your relationship with others not ideal? Does anxiety or depression seem to hold you back? If any of these are true or you simply want to live a more authentic life and practice your "best self" then I may be of help. My basic philosophy is that we sometimes become "stuck" on our journey to fully develop our self, our relationships, and our lifestyle. I have over 18 years successful counseling experience and strive to respect the unique stories and struggles of each client while encouraging responsibility and authentic living. This is my role in helping you.
Relationship Issues
(937) 287-0945
Dayton, Ohio 45429
Meredith L.t. Montgomery, Counselor  in Dayton
“Deciding to see a counselor can be a difficult decision. Accepting you want to talk with someone, finding the right person and not understanding exactly what happens in therapy are all common concerns. Therapy is a partnership between the client (that's you) and the provider (that's me). My role as therapist is to meet you where you are, provide support and clarification when needed, and help you develop the tools/skills you need to accomplish your goals. Please feel free to call me for a free consultation. I'm happy to answer your questions.
Relationship Issues
(937) 790-4636
Dayton, Ohio 45439
Amy Shoko Brown,   in Dayton
SEP, MSAT, OD-MRO
“Much pain results if survival responses of Fight, Flight, or Freeze are trapped in the body. After suffering from an event, sometimes it's not enough to describe 'what happened,' you need something more to feel free from the residual pain. You're wanting relief, and even more, wanting to feel comfortable in your own skin, alive, and connected. I help you get to the source of patterns that block you. You can get what you need to change debilitating patterns. Instead of reliving the past, you'll access your full vitality so you can live exceptionally well now.
Relationship Issues
(845) 262-6825
Dayton, Ohio 45432

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