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Teen Violence Therapists in Ohio (OH)

Veda V Cannon, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Richmond Heights
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, IMFT
“I have worked with couples, adolescents and families for over 20 years. I believe that by treating the people that I serve with respect and dignity that this affords them the opportunity to work through their suffering, emotional trauma, abuse and neglect. I work with my clients to identify their resources and to develop new coping strategies that will empower them to make the necessary changes in their lives so that they can live and feel healthier.
Teen Violence
(216) 503-2017
Family Empowerment Consultants,   in Cleveland Heights
“Parents want to understand the unique issues their teens are facing today. Parents want to ensure their children live healthy productive lives by being proactive instead of reactive in preparation for unforeseen events and life's transitions. FEC provides flexible holistic preventive familial educational services. Services cost less than a child's funeral, because every family matters. Only FEC's Purposeful Parenting program utilizes the Consistently Emotional Life Interconnected Analogy (C.E.L.I.A.) and the IC Model. I recognize and respect the uniqueness of your family. My goal is to help parents create the family they envision.
Teen Violence
(440) 499-7543
Robert John Dubec, Counselor  in Warren
“I am here to provide reinforcement to each individual. I provide a non-judgmental and trusting environment. The person sitting in my office is important and deserves to be heard. Please contact me for support.
Teen Violence
(330) 400-3267
Warren, Ohio 44483
Laurie L Stober, Counselor  in Blue Ash
“Laurie is a Professional Clinical Counselor specializing in post-traumatic stress disorder, personality disorders and family conflict. Laurie employs dialectal behavioral therapy, experiential therapy and rational emotive therapy. Laurie's goal as a therapist is to assess individual and family needs, focus on the client's relationships, and to help regulate emotions. This knowledge helps clients understand how their emotions and memories shape their lives today.
Teen Violence
(513) 370-2595
Blue Ash, Ohio 45242
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S
“Accessible Care: Allied Behavioral Health Services, Incorporated offers day, evening, and weekend appointments. Our experienced staff is comprised of clinicians who have broad and varied expertise in treating a full range of mental health and substance abuse problems, and working with diverse populations of clients.
Teen Violence
(440) 372-8655
Lorain, Ohio 44053
Kelli Riedl, Psychologist  in Columbus
“Each day it seems that life presents new challenges, often causing us to question certain decisions that we have made or to consider new paths that we would like to explore. My goal is to gain a clear picture of each individual's needs, to explore new and more effective ways of problem solving and to help each individual develop greater insight and personal growth. I believe the relational component of therapy is essential and serves at the foundation for establishing trust, compassion, empathy and respect. I have expertise in working with individuals of all ages: children, adolescents and adults.
Teen Violence
(614) 626-7245
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Meredith L Threatt, 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.
Teen Violence
(937) 790-4636
Dayton, Ohio 45439
Kaolene Metzger, Counselor  in Louisville
“Blue Sky Counseling Services is a private practice that welcomes individuals, families and couples. Attention is given to others to increase problem solving, relationship building and self actualization. Today, it is easy to feel overwhelmed, frustrated, hopeless or lost. It is Blue Sky's intention to reduce feelings of distress and to give one a sense of control. Overall, Blue Sky's intention is to promote change, improve health and enhance the quality of life.
Teen Violence
(330) 871-8253
Jeannine Vegh, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, IMFT
“I work with children 8-18, their parents and I work with adults in individual and family therapy. Many years of my experience has been with social services dealing with abuse and violence toward women and children. When I work with children I will want to see the parents as well for the first session and then at least monthly afterward. In the initial intake or first session, we will decide together what would be the best course of action for the individual, family or couple. I am open to working with people of any gender, race or religion.
Teen Violence
(614) 702-2579
Columbus, Ohio 43231
Donna Croniser, Counselor  in Toledo
“Life is a series of transitions and changes. Often times it is difficult to navigate through these times with the challenges they bring personally and in our relationships with each other. I bring over 25 years of experience and insights to help you successfully manage and experience your world. I work with individuals, couples and families. When it is appropriate to do so, I prefer to work in a family systems context, giving the greatest potential for success.
Teen Violence
(419) 318-1458
Toledo, Ohio 43606
Anita Moreno, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in North Ridgeville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSA, LISW-S
“I offer outpatient psychotherapy for a wide range of clinical issues, including family difficulties, parent coaching, marital and couples issues, traumatic experiences, addictions, childhood disorders and mood disorders. My approach to therapy is strengths-based and client-centered, meaning I believe in my clients' abilities to affect change in their lives, and I believe that my clients are the true experts in their lives. I see my role as that of a facilitator, helping my clients get what they want out of their lives in unique ways that make sense to them and feel right for them.
Teen Violence
(440) 510-3662
Ofelia R Sigalove, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Westlake
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, IMFT, NCC
“I am a certified clinical Hypnotherapist.I work with Childhood Trauma, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Addictions. I work with individuals, couples and family. Specialize with women's and men's issues,and adolescents. I coach for life and cross cultural counseling.
Teen Violence
(440) 969-6312
Westlake, Ohio 44145
Alicia W Amato, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cambridge
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S
“Alicia or one of her staff can work with any type of consumer, Adult Child, Individual, Family or couple. We can assist with any concerns or behaviors. All master level therapists with over 100 years of combined experience. Licensed Independent Social Worker Supervisor with over 15 years of experience. My areas of expertise are assessments, play therapy, PTSD, art interventions, Trauma Focused CBT and EMDR. I am now certified in Phototherapy and able to use this to help you reach your goal.
Teen Violence
(740) 200-4004
Kelley Breidigan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mount Vernon
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“Don't do this alone. Being overwhelmed with life is one thing. Being alone in your struggle through tough times is not necessary. I want to work through this with you.
Teen Violence
(740) 929-6018
Tracy Mert, Counselor  in Fairfield
“I have experience working with children, adolescents, families, and adults. My main areas of interest and experience include: severe behavior problems, crisis support, developmental disabilities, ADHD, anger management, depression, grief, trauma, abuse, anxiety, low self- esteem, divorce, and parenting skills/education. Prior to private practice, I provided intensive case management to mentally ill adults and those with MRDD. I have worked with substance abuse, homelessness, provided intensive home-community based therapy, engaged in school- based counseling, managed and provided therapy within a partial hospitalization program with in an alternative behavior school, and frequented the courts and hospitals.
Teen Violence
(513) 327-7397
Kristen Santel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S
“Are you in emotional pain? Have you been through difficult or traumatic life experiences? Learning to deal with life's challenges and finding your way out of deep emotional pain can be overwhelming. The decision to attend counseling is not always easy and choosing the right therapist to partner with you is important. If you are ready to work to find hope and healing, I am ready to help you. My practice is effective because I work with all parts of the self-- helping you move through the difficult experiences you have encountered and help bring meaning back to life!
Teen Violence
(614) 907-8194
Columbus, Ohio 43206
Karen S Willinger, Counselor  in Toledo
“I am a Professional Clinical Counselor licensed by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist Board. I assist children, adolescents, and adults with problems such as behavioral issues, ADHD, trauma, sexual and physical abuse, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, self-injury and more. I graduated from the University of Toledo with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Arts in Community Counseling.
Teen Violence
(313) 327-3314
Toledo, Ohio 43611
Terry Payne, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S
“Do you ever feel hopeless or helpless? Do you often feel misunderstood? Do you ever think that nothing is ever going to change so why bother? Therapy should be a place where you can talk about these feelings and thoughts without fear of being judged. I don't believe in bad people, dumb people or weak people - people come from bad situations or make bad choices but it doesn't make them bad. Smart people do dumb things but it doesn't make them dumb. Strong people have weak moments but it doesn't make them weak.
Teen Violence
(513) 360-6720
Kimberly Bell, Psychologist  in Brecksville
“I specialize in working with children, adolescents and adults with a specific focus on developmental theories. In addition, I work with parents of very young children who are struggling with feelings or behavior but are not yet old enough to enter a treatment. I create a partnership with families that support them in helping themselves and their children through their everyday lives.
Teen Violence
(216) 438-2847
Erin E. Parsons, Counselor  in Worthington
“I believe in developing a unique and trusting relationship with each individual client enabling me to work collaboratively with those involved. I strive to create new experiences for both couples and families during sessions; this is one of the core antidotes to long term success once therapy has been successfully completed. I work with couples to help identify their strengths and areas of growth as it relates to their spousal relationship, as well as their co-parenting relationship, which are central to the assessment and treatment process. This multi-systemic approach to therapy significantly increases success and overarching treatment goals.
Teen Violence
(614) 524-4089
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Teen Violence Therapists
Kids and teens become violent for varied reasons. They model others' behavior when they see violence at home, in the movies, in video games, or on the street. They experience bullying or teasing and become enraged to act in revenge. They lash out in frustration from learning disorders, emotional distress, or attention deficit. In some cases teens channel frustration and act out in anger as a form of release.

Look here for help with children, kids or teens in Ohio (OH) with violence issues in Ohio (OH) or Ohio (OH) violent behavior problems. Try an Ohio (OH) child Therapists, Ohio (OH) facility for teens or Ohio (OH) teen violence treatment program. These professionals provide help with kids' violent behavior in Ohio (OH), child violence and violent adolescents. They include violence Therapists in Ohio (OH), behavior psychologists, violent behavior counseling and treatment for violent teens. They'll also help with teenagers in Ohio (OH), Ohio (OH) teenage violence and teenager anti-social behavior issues.

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

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