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Teen Violence Therapists in Ohio (OH)

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
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
Kristen Junga, Counselor  in Toledo
“If you have a child or adolescent who is struggling with anxiety, anger, depression, behavior issues, inattention, hyperactivity, stress, death, divorce of parents, low self-esteem, body image, abuse, or trauma, I can help. My approach to successful therapy is to provide a safe and supportive environment where client and therapist can develop a trusting relationship. I also help frustrated parents find practical solutions to the child behavior problems that are preventing you from feeling positive about your ability to parent effectively.
Teen Violence
(419) 679-4721
Toledo, Ohio 43623
Jennifer Piede, Counselor  in New Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MSEd, LPCC, NCC, LMHC
“I am happy you are reaching out. I'm of the mindset that everyone can benefit from therapy. Each of us has unique worries/concerns & ask ourselves: I don't want to burden my friends & family with these or I just can't imagine anyone listening to me without judgment. Therefore, choosing a therapist that you feel comfortable talking to is essential. The only way to build self-esteem, improve relationships, & cope with stress is to start off feeling understood, respected, & valued. In my practice I see people of all ages: children, teens, & adults. Reasons for therapy include difficulty with relationships, work, school, & self-esteem.
Teen Violence
(585) 270-7609
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
Ashley S. Brent/ New Leaf Counseling Services, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brunswick
“I offer a safe and open-minded environment to allow my clients to feel welcome and comfortable. I utilize a client-focused approach and strongly feel that is it imperative to focus on the client's immediate needs. I encourage my clients to be who they are and reassure them that they do not need to censor their problems, emotions and needs. I am creative and considerate when choosing my interventions and open to hearing feedback from clients. I feel that being open to feedback allows me to better assist a client by identifying their likes, dislikes and comfort level.
Teen Violence
(216) 485-3152
Blake Workman, Counselor  in Centerville
“As a trained solution-oriented therapist, my goal is to collaborate with you to uncover your true potential and find solutions to your challenges. We do this collaborative work utilizing diverse ideas in advocating positive change. The change that takes place in therapy is based on accommodating your views of the therapeutic relationship, the treatment processes, and collaboration on goals and tasks to attain those goals for your desired outcome.
Teen Violence
(937) 203-3825
Sarah Croak, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Toledo
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW, MSW, MEd
“As a therapist with more than 20 years of experience,I have spent much time helping individuals,couples and families overcome difficulties in their lives. These obstacles range from everyday struggles to overwhelming life challenges. My training, which includes earning master's degrees in both Social Work and Counseling, has prepared me to work with a wide range of issues.I especially enjoy working with children and adolescents and have extensive additional training in this area.
Teen Violence
(419) 537-7100
Toledo, Ohio 43606
“I am an experienced family counselor who enjoys working with teens, couples, and families. I focus on recovery from: depression, anger, anxiety, grief, abuse/trauma, adoption and attachment issues, alcohol/drug treatment & relapse prevention. I have both a mental health counseling license and an alcohol/drug treatment license. This combination gives me the unique view of seeing the needs of families living with an addicted member. It is important to address the high levels of anxiety & depression that occurs within these families while learning healthy boundaries and appropriate expressions of emotions.
Teen Violence
(419) 492-8673
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSA, LISW-S
“Children and families are very special to me. I have worked for over forty years in agencies and in private practice successfully helping them. I also enjoy working with Men's Issues. I enjoy working with young children, ages 0-10, pre-teens, teens and college students. Parent/Guardian involvement, both father and mother, is extremely important when working with children. I have extensive training and experience in trauma treatment, family therapy and ADHD assessment and treatment. My areas of specialization include depression; anxiety; trauma issues including rape, incest and childhood emotional, physical and sexual abuse, neglect and poverty; grief and loss; and life adjustment.
Teen Violence
(440) 424-4365
Oberlin, Ohio 44074
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.
Teen Violence
(440) 417-0006
Madison, Ohio 44057
Suzanne Hoskin, Counselor  in West Chester
“I am here to collaborate with you and support you in facing obstacles and finding balance in your life. I am passionate about partnering with you in your journey to positive change in a way that empowers you and focuses on your strengths. I provide a non-judgmental and empathetic counseling environment where we can both be open, willing, honest and committed to bettering ourselves. I am genuine, curious and have a sense of humor. I strive to help you find ways to achieve greater fulfillment and peace in your life.
Teen Violence
(513) 318-3533
Sean Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LSW, LICDC-C
“I am passionate about helping others who want to better their lives. With 20 years of counseling experience, I help clients improve relationships, recover from addiction, and manage emotions like anxiety, depression, and stress, among many other concerns. I serve the role of advocate and un-biased counseling partner, allowing clients to identify specific and achievable goals for therapy. I have extensive therapy experience in adolescent developmental issues, relationship and family struggles, parenting, substance abuse, mood disorders, working with trauma, attention deficit disorder, grief, phases of life struggles, and problem gambling behavior.
Teen Violence
(513) 280-8137
Kathleen M Payne, Psychologist  in North Royalton
“Some reasons to consider psychotherapy for your child or family member include: sudden changes in behavior, increased moodiness, an increase in temper tantrums, difficulty getting along with friends, physical or sexual abuse, loss of a loved one, divorce, excessive crying or sadness, increased worrying, aggression, questions about sexuality, self-injurious behavior or thoughts of suicide, trauma, illness, and anger. Parents and caregivers know their child best. If you think something is off, then seek a consultation. I will listen intently and conduct a detailed interview to determine if services are appropriate. If they are, then together we will set goals and develop a treatment plan.
Teen Violence
(440) 328-4382
Margaret L. Sullivan, Counselor  in Columbus
“I bring a diverse approach to my counseling practice due to an experiential base that is varied. As a counselor, I utilize not only multiple therapeutic methodologies, but life engaging experiences as a teacher, wife, mother, counselee, and counselor. I have worked with Albert Ellis (rational-emotive therapy), and completed two Masters degrees, Vermont College and The University of Dayton. I also have worked with children, teens and their families at The Wellington School, Maryhaven, the Gahanna Mayors court, the Department of Youth Services, state of Ohio and Columbus Public Schools. Adults, couples and marital counseling are offered, additionally
Teen Violence
(614) 503-0729
Columbus, Ohio 43214
Ann Flora Hurst, Counselor  in Columbus
“Are you feeling buried by the stress of job and family? Are you juggling being a parent and a professional? Do you feel life could be better? If so, there is hope. I specialize in helping individuals and families get the life they always wanted.
Teen Violence
(614) 625-7183
Columbus, Ohio 43215
David T Walters, Counselor  in Avon
“Hello and welcome. Thank you for visiting my profile page on Psychology Today. Most likely, you are visiting my profile page to determine whether I may be a good fit to meet your needs and to help you with your current life problems. It's very important to feel comfortable with your counselor so that you may feel at ease discussing personal and often sensitive issues. I enjoy working with many types of clients including adolescents and adults. Issues that I have specific interest and specialty include depression, anxiety, stress, anger management, and substance abuse, among others.
Teen Violence
(216) 220-4433 x283
Avon, Ohio 44011
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
Foundations Family Counseling, Psychologist  in Worthington
“At Foundations Family Counseling it is our mission is to promote health and happiness for individuals and families in Central Ohio. We offer high-quality mental health and relationship counseling services that meet families' needs whether emotional, relational, or behavioral. We believe every individual and family has core values and beliefs that serve as the foundation upon which they build their lives. We help strengthen these values and beliefs because we understand that individuals and families with strong foundations are better equipped to handle stresses and hardship and are more likely to discover joy and personal satisfaction in life.
Teen Violence
(614) 468-5690
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.
Teen Violence
(440) 647-8944 x154
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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.

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