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Therapists in Lake County

Michael Pollak, Counselor  in Mentor
“Do you or someone you love have to get sober, but can't? Do others not understand why this is difficult, and sometimes impossible? I realize that when trying to get sober, it is important to have someone in your corner who can understand that you truly want to stop using, but just can't by yourself. My focus is a) combine our efforts to get sober, and b) learn and practice research proven coping skills to get past those overwhelming emotions in a supportive, accountable, non-threatening environment.
(440) 701-5351 x301
Mentor, Ohio 44060
Matthew J. A. McKee, Counselor  in Madison
“I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor providing therapy services to adults and adolescents in Lake and Ashtabula Counties through Matt McKee Counseling Services, LLC. I have approximately 10 years experience in helping roles including a significant portion within community mental health agencies. As a fresh face in private practice counseling, I embrace a Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT) approach as well as offer Christian Counseling services. Services include individual, couples, family, and group treatment for depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, addictions, and most other concerns. I am a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors and a U.S. Army Veteran.
(440) 565-2229
Madison, Ohio 44057
“I enjoy helping people find their inner core of strength. We all run into difficult times and may suffer with challenging symptoms or negative thought patterns. I can help with individual, couples or family issues. My style is to balance a validating environment and a safe place to explore feelings with the support to create changes that can really impact your life. We all may feel anxious, sad, depressed or worthless at times but we can formulate a plan with new tools to help you feel more balanced and healthy.
(440) 565-5649 x304
Mentor, Ohio 44060
“I believe that one of the goals of therapy should be for a person to see a clear path to achieving life dreams. This often occurs through in-depth self study and examination, as well as telling one's story, and becoming comfortable with that story relative to a life situation. Through therapy, an individual develops the confidence he/she needs to face life and all its complications. A variety of treatment methods may be necessary to achieve the goals of therapy and a therapist should be willing to explore options based on the individual needs of his/her clients.
(440) 296-3129
Justin Simons, Counselor  in Willoughby Hills
“The purpose of my work is help empower individuals to gain fresh insight and perspective. Many of my clients find themselves stuck when they are facing an unexpected transition, a loss, or just need a change in their lives. I work together with individuals, couples and families to create goals that are realistic and challenging so that they might lead more peaceful, fulfilling lives and have meaningful relationships.
(440) 249-7613
“Val V. Steigelmann, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist, consultant, and is listed in the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology. Dr. Steigelmann has provided professional services for clients in Northeastern, Ohio for over 34 years. He has been a diagnostician, psychotherapist and counselor through his private practice. He has been a clinical consultant in community service agencies, in the Juvenile and Domestic Relations courts as well as in industrial settings. He has been clinically trained to provide services to families, couples, adults, adolescent and children.
(440) 734-7713
Mentor, Ohio 44060
Richard Abrams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mentor
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“Life continually places challenges before us, but it is how we meet those challenges that will define who we are. People come to therapy for a variety of reasons, some with specific issues, others with broader questions about who they are and where their lives are headed. It is essential that you feel comfortable expressing yourself and communicating openly. My methods are personalized and tailored to the individual needs of each client. I will offer guidance and support as you achieve each of your goals and reach success.
(440) 839-4349
Mentor, Ohio 44060
Exodus Clinical Counseling Services, Counselor  in Willoughby
“Exodus is committed to inspiring and assisting in the resolving of emotional issues and behavioral problems which prevent you from developing closer relationships with family and friends. "Free your mind and everything else will following" Our approach is holistic and varies, in order to treat serious issues including mental health, substance abuse, and behavioral disorders. Our reach will exceed our grasp.
(440) 249-7695
Shannon Russell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mentor
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“I love being a therapist because this job gives me the opportunity to work in partnership with people to find solutions to problems that have been difficult to solve on their own. My feeling is that we all have great wisdom within us and that having conversations with someone outside of the situation can help us to see past our blind spots which opens up new possibilities and opportunities for growth. In this role, I enjoy helping people to gain greater clarity and to create a life that feels more in alignment with their hopes and dreams.
(440) 925-4180
Mentor, Ohio 44060
Marti Milliken Dixon, Counselor  in Madison
“Marti Milliken Dixon is a licensed clinical counselor with 20 years of experience in education and psychotherapy. She subscribes to a client-centered approach, relying heavily on CBT (Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment) for children, adolescents and adults. She began her higher education at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, Ohio. There she studied Music Education, graduating Summa Cum Laude. Following graduation, she taught elementary and high school music for 10 years, in both public and private schools.
(440) 417-0006
Madison, Ohio 44057
“Feelings of hopelessness, worthlessness, and helplessness often bring people into psychotherapy. I help adults, children (as young as 2), adolescents, and couples with emotional issues. These important issues present in our lives in many ways including relationship problems, feelings of anger, anxiety or depression that many times do not make sense or may feel that things may seem unchangeable, May be difficult to imagine that current circumstances in your life could ever be better. For example, difficulties with work or school performance, or you may simply feeling stuck.
(440) 220-4583
Mentor, Ohio 44060
Maria D'amico, Counselor  in Willoughby Hills
“Are you feeling emotional, uncertain about the future, or overwhelmed with raising your children? I believe that the therapeutic relationship has the power to heal and help, and have a nurturing, caring and compassionate style of working with children, adults, adolescents, and families. I work together with the individual or family in a partnership in order to find the root cause of their problems, and then find a realistic solution to or way to cope with their struggles. I am there to support them on their journey to wellness.
(440) 647-8944 x154
Alicia Thomas, Counselor  in Mentor
“Sometimes it feels like life is just too hard, or you aren't getting the most from it. Maybe you've been trying to change, but don't know how. That's where I come in! I provide a safe, non-judgmental space to tell your story, learn about yourself, and build upon strengths you already possess. Dealing with stress and sadness can get easier. I treat individuals and couples ages 17 and up using many treatment modalities. Overall, I use a person-centered or holistic style to develop a plan which best suits each of my clients.
(440) 424-4674
Mentor, Ohio 44060
Steven H Kanter, Psychologist  in Madison
“Every person at times experiences difficult problems which they have trouble coping with. In the midst of their problem, it is common to only see despair and hopelessness. But there is always some meaning that can be found in problems, and always some way a difficult situation can be made better. There is a Finnish saying: "However much there is that is bad, there is always some good in it." I collaborate with my clients in finding solutions they never thought of, consider approaches they never tried, and replace self-defeating attitudes with more productive ones
(440) 549-0905
Madison, Ohio 44057
“I work with different types of mental health and addiction related issues. I have a great deal of experience in treating adolescents, adults and geriatric individuals. I utilize skill-based individual and group treatment to address different problems. I believe therapy requires a strong working relationship between the therapist and the patient that is built on mutual respect and trust. I work best with patients who have persistent problems and are motivated to change so that they can work towards having a life worth living.
(440) 607-5020
Mentor, Ohio 44060
Nancy O'Maille, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Willoughby
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSA, LISW
“Are you feeling alone with unmanageable thoughts and feelings? You may be feeling anxious and depressed or emotional for no reason. Are you struggling to just not feel miserable? All of us get into life situations which are difficult and sometimes feel impossible. Sharing the burden can be helpful and healing. Everyone has the potential to grow, learn and change their lives. Stop letting the experiences of the past dictate how you respond to life today, there is ALWAYS HOPE that change is possible. Newly learned skills and a life filled with hope and happiness. That is my heart-felt desire for you!
(440) 299-7372
Anne S. Antonio, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Willoughby
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSA, LISW, ACSW
“I help people to improve their relationships, self-esteem; provide support and effective techniques to resolve problems, manage and overcome feelings of depression and anxiety and worry, and to deal with stressful life and work situations. I also support people to deal with the residual effects of having grown up in difficult family situations. I am especially interested in coaching, helping you to reach important life goals,to define a direction for yourself, and build on your strengths. Finding natural methods to put the body and emotions back in balance, is an important component of treatment.
(440) 525-2956
Barbara A Doremus, Psychologist  in Mentor
“You may feel anxious, depressed, irritable, moody, confused, overwhelmed, or "stuck." Your present situation may not be in line with the life you want to live. You may know something needs to change and tried to make changes, but are not sure what or how to do it. I believe each of us have a unique story containing life events, pleasant and unpleasant, that influence the person we are today. My goal is to provide a supportive place for you to tell your story, help you identify areas in which you are seeking personal growth, and support your journey.
(440) 499-6026
Mentor, Ohio 44060
Karen Baker Baluch, Counselor  in Madison
“Strength based counseling combined with positive skill building. I specialize in PTSD, Generalized Anxiety/Worry Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Panic, Health Anxiety, Social & Performance Anxiety Disorders, and Phobias. I have expertise in DBT for adults & teens and EMDR for PTSD and other disorders.
(440) 647-8890
Madison, Ohio 44057
Henri (Toni) Davis, Counselor  in Willoughby
“At some point in our lives, we all experience problems we just can't handle on our own. Sometimes psychological issues such as anxiety and depression can be an underlying cause of physical ailments. Whether you are experiencing relationship issues, job stress, loss of job, home or loved one or a general sense of discontentment or lack of connection, it's okay to ask for help. First, I will help you fully explore what's causing you trouble and develop a plan for improving your life.
(216) 485-3893 x305

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Lake County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Lake County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Lake County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Lake County or family therapy in Lake County.

How to find a specialist?
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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.