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Therapists in 45208

Clare Hattemer Plattner, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, IMFT
“Are you feeling disconnected and emotionally distant from your partner? Or perhaps facing parenting challenges --- trying the best you can --- and yet worried about your child or teen? All of us can use some help from time to time to overcome challenges and strengthen our relationships. I can help you with a wide range of emotional and behavioral challenges that may be impacting you, your relationships and your family. Whether it's marital conflict, parenting support, or other concerns such as depression and anxiety, I strive to provide a comfortable and supportive environment for you to explore your concerns.
(513) 334-1505
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
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
Marshal Compton, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“Are you having trouble with day-to-day life? Is your life lacking in passion and meaning? If you have been struggling with depression, relationship issues, or a recent or childhood trauma, I would like to help. I view therapy as a means to transform suffering and conflict, towards the development of a richer, fuller and happier life. I seek to understand the causes for the emotional distress and assist individuals in relieving their pain.
(513) 685-0964
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
Renae Norton, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“Congratulations! By being here, you've taken a big step towards recovery. If you want an alternative to inpatient treatment, or if you are looking for a different approach, you have come to the right place! I take the patients that many therapists will not treat on an out patient basis. I've found that intensive outpatient treatment is more effective for most ED patients than inpatient treatment. Because of my success rate with extremely difficult cases, I'm considered the go-to therapist by local professionals. The next step is easy. Just call me for an appointment!
(513) 348-1549
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
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
Teresa Anderson, Psychiatrist  in Cincinnati
“I treat adults seeking assistance for depression, anxiety, and trauma-related issues. I provide compassionate care for people who are in need of counseling during difficult transitions (divorce, job stress, life change, moves, deaths, births). I also assist people who have long-standing problems with relationships and struggle with coping skills. I see a wide variety of patients from varying backgrounds and cultures. I have a particular interest in post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and anxiety. I see many college students and professionals, helping them to succeed under significant stressors and particular pressures.
(513) 657-2968
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
Mark K Evans, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“Is your child struggling with school? Children, adolescents and college-aged people often experience academic problems related to attention deficits, anxiety/obsessive/compulsive, depression and ongoing underachievement. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Structural Family Therapy help students and their families develop new patterns of relationship while eliminating old, repetitive patterns that are not working. Students often need to learn optimism (versus pessimism), persistence (versus procrastination) and engagement (versus avoidance).
(513) 655-2642
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
John M Tidd, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“Do you feel connected and passionate within yourself? With your partner? My professional passion is in helping individuals and couples develop deeply connected, intimate and vibrant relationships with their partner and within themselves. I have found that a committed couple can often work through hurt, misunderstanding, and loneliness to find a relationship that feels safe, loving, and deeply engaged. I work in an open, encouraging, and emotionally attuned style that respects each partner's experience, which can then help to dissolve painful, disconnecting cycles and develop new enlivening, loving, and connected ways of relating.
(513) 823-3123
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
Meera Murthi, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“I am a licensed psychologist and provide treatment for depression, anxiety, relationship, and family issues, LGBTQ concerns, cross cultural adjustment, and recovery from childhood and adult trauma. My clinical concentration is in the area of eating disorders. I work with women and men struggling with food restriction, binge eating, overeating, anorexia, bulimia, and body and self-image issues. I also help individuals to cope with cancer and other health concerns. My approach is relational and collaborative, and I draw from psychodynamic, CBT, DBT, and mindfulness-based approaches.
(513) 445-6178
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
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
Anthony J Barone, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“Because of life's ever-present stresses and uncertainties, all of us must face a variety of changes and adjustments as we move through life. Sometimes this can result in personal difficulties that cannot be resolved alone. Intervention may be needed to help find solutions and avoid future problems. I am a clinical psychologist trained to address many developmental and life-adjustment issues for a broad spectrum of individuals from early childhood through adolescence, adulthood and later life. My training is designed to help individuals resolve their emotional/social conflicts, and cope more successfully with the demands of the world.
(513) 348-1410
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
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
Couples/Relationship Coach ~ Steve Jesse,   in Cincinnati
“Many couples feel like things just aren't working out and one or both partners may even consider giving up. Before you do, give coaching a chance. I have been working with couples for almost 20 years and offer solutions to help heal and grow relationships. Marriage and partnerships can work with prioritization! For most couple's, common complaints include lack of: non-sexual affection, deep and honest conversation, admiration, recreational companionship, domestic support, financial stability, satisfying sex, etc. Common annoyances are: no time for each other, angry outbursts, selfish demands, annoying habits, dishonesty, etc. I am NON-JUDGMENTAL, FAIR and HONEST.
(513) 217-9865
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
Cindy Jesse Life Coaching and Therapy,   in Cincinnati
“"It's Easier to Run"... sings Linkin Park in their hit song about running from life's difficulties....that is, until you hit a wall :). Feeling depressed, anxious, having panic attacks, or feeling stuck? Or, is your life lacking passion and purpose? I am NON-JUDGMENTAL. I will help you to move forward to a better place. I've done my own personal work and it was a game-changer for me. I specialize in using an unconditional positive regard approach to depression, anxiety, panic, relationship coaching, communication repair, forgiveness and reconciliation. I specialize in working with men, women, and couples.
(513) 785-0496
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
“I provide therapy, counseling, and psychological evaluations to children, adolescents, and adults. My main areas of expertise is anxiety disorders, depression, and school and parental problems. I also have been working with many patients suffering from relationship issues, stress, cultural-adjustment (immigration), loss, and physical problems. I was trained both in cognitive behavior therapy and in psychodynamic psychotherapy and I have a certificate in psychoanalysis. The therapy I provide is tailored to the needs of each client, as we determine together before beginning the treatment. I accept most insurance payments or provide a sliding scale when insurance is not available.
(513) 360-4955
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
Andrew Bennett Klafter, Psychiatrist  in Cincinnati
“I practice psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, and psychopharmacology. I treat patients who seek help for various types of problems. Depression, anxiety, difficulties in relationships, and feeling overwhelmed by life decisions are the most common problems that people report who have come to me for assistance. I treat adolescents and adults. I am privileged to work with patients of many different ethnicities, religions, nations of origin, and cultures. Another significant component of my practice is that I provide consultations and supervision for other psychotherapists. My particular expertise as a psychotherapy supervisor is in psychodynamic and psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
(513) 275-7188
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Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
John Harrison, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Do you feel that you depend on other people or things outside you to make you happy? Does it seem almost impossible to think of being happy at all? Does your relationship seem stuck in negative patterns? I specialize in working with "people pleasers", "self defeatists", and "self sacrificers". Many of us were never taught at a young age to truly value ourselves as we are. We end up spending most of our lives looking for happiness in others and in the things around us. I also work with couples to empower their relationships and end negative cycles of behavior.
(513) 612-9987
Office is near:
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
Tiffany A. Rush, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S
“Each person's emotional wellness is important. Many people can can experience a variety of emotional and social challenges. People seek counseling for a variety of reasons including anxiety, depression, divorce, problems with school or work, grieving the loss of a loved one, or the experience of a traumatic event. Together we strengthen and develop coping skills to manage life's challenges. We set goals that help to improve overall emotional wellness.
(513) 657-2446
Office is near:
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
Kairos Christian Counseling, LLC, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“I am a born again, spirit filled professional mental health and drug and alcohol counselor. I rely on the Holy Spirit for guidance during sessions and counsel from a biblical perspective.
(513) 318-3639 x114
Office is near:
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
Steven A Sparks, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“Do you or someone you know need to complete a psychological evaluation? Would you like a clearer picture of you, a client, or a loved one's mental experience? We can help! We provide: · Psychological Evaluations · Forensic Court-related Evaluations · Personality, Diagnostic, and IQ Testing · Pre-employment Evaluations · Neuropsychological Testing · Adolescent & Adult ADHD Testing · Learning Disability Testing · Dementia/Alzheimer's Testing · Guardianship Evaluations · Clergy Evaluations and Treatment · Vocational and Work Capacity Assessments
(513) 275-4099
Office is near:
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208

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