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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
Randi Gross Nathenson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Highland Heights
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S
“Difficulties in life provide tremendous opportunity for change. Rather than viewing symptoms as problems, I see them as the pathway toward greater personal growth and development. I provide a warm, compassionate environment where you can explore your feelings, tell your story, and build self-awareness. Each person's situation is unique, therefore, counseling is tailored to meet your needs. I explore core feelings, helping clients learn strategies and acquire tools for their own future use to promote understanding and growth. My approach is sensitive, patient and accepting.
Teen Violence
(440) 473-9679
Diane T. Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rocky River
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S
“I see myself as a guide in your healing journey. I believe that we all have strengths and that these strengths can help us develop as individuals while working through life's difficulties. As a therapist, I believe compassion and empathy are critical in order to develop a strong therapeutic relationship with my clients. My approach to understanding the needs of my clients is to utilize a variety of therapeutic techniques from a non-judgmental perspective. For some clients, the focus will be on experiences throughout their life span. For others, the focus can be on one particular concern or goal.
Teen Violence
(330) 915-4197
Cherie A White, Counselor  in University Heights
“Everyone has experienced emotional distress at some point in his or her life. A good indicator of when it's time to seek professional help, is when stress becomes overwhelming and unmanageable. Recognizing that you need help is the first step toward restoring a healthy life balance.
Teen Violence
Aneesa E Bhimani-Trimble, Counselor  in Centerville
“Each person and family is unique and counseling sessions are facilitated using everyone's personal strengths. I have extensive training and interest in working with clients, ages 5-18, and their families. I work collaboratively with clients and families to address concerns regarding self esteem, mood, behavioral concerns, parenting, social skills, and communication.
Teen Violence
(937) 523-0158
Jennifer A King, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Westlake
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, DSW, LISW
“I am a doctoral level clinical social worker who specializes in the treatment of children, adolescents, and their families. I have expertise in the area of assessment and treatment of child trauma. However, I have a variety of clinical experiences and am equipped to address a wide range of presenting problems and concerns. I offer initial evaluation, individual therapy, and group therapy services.
Teen Violence
(440) 499-4938
Westlake, Ohio 44145
Nadine M. Bardar, Counselor  in Huron
“I have been treating individuals of nortnern Ohio for over the past 12 years and established a private practice where I provide premium counseling services to females from the western Lorain and Erie county areas. I have extensive experience treating a vast array of issues and diagnosis, both at the inpatient and outpatient levels of care. I founded Mindology Counseling, LLC., in 2012 to offer my expertise to females ready and willing to engage in the therapeutic process to create lasting changes and improve ones overall mental and emotional well being.
Teen Violence
(419) 987-4234
Huron, Ohio 44839
Stephanie Wilson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Columbus
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW, MSW, JD
“My theoretical orientation is eclectic and integrative incorporating interpersonal process therapy (IPT) (here and now), psychodynamic, relational and CBT models. I approach therapy from a strengths based approach, focusing on client’s inherent strengths and resiliencies rather than their weaknesses. I also utilize CBT to focus on changing negative core beliefs and cognitive distortions and DBT to teach distress tolerance, emotion regulation and interpersonal assertiveness skills. Lastly, I am very relational in my approach in order to provide clients with a corrective emotional experience and holding environment for them to feel safe, secure, empowered and validated.
Teen Violence
(614) 656-1840
Columbus, Ohio 43221
Daniel Kelty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Trotwood
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“I believe we all have different ways of seeking healing and growth. I am completely receptive to understanding your concerns and working together to identify goals and discuss desired outcomes. Because we don't live in a cookie cutter society this becomes essential in therapy as well. I provide a variety of treatments including cognitive behavioral, guided imagery, art therapy, and a variety of animal assisted therapies.
Teen Violence
(937) 688-4755
Trotwood, Ohio 45426
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
Nancy Lowrie & Associates LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Strongsville
“We specialize in treating and working with all types of mental and behavioral health concerns. Our team of experienced Ohio-Licensed practitioners all have many years of working experience and are also noted for their specialties. Our clients come with all types of mental or behavioral health challenges, substance abuse concerns, and relationship or family issues - which deserve to be addressed properly, promptly, and with complete confidentiality. Our clients range from children and adolescents, to parents and adults, to seniors - all ages are most welcome. Feel free to contact us via phone or email.
Teen Violence
(440) 846-0862
Tonya Michele Watts, Counselor  in Canton
“I believe that for counseling to be effective, both you and I must be actively involved in developing counseling goals and assessing progress. Efforts to change self-perception, emotions, and behaviors require work both in session and out of session. Some change will occur quickly and easily, but more often change requires slow, deliberate, and repeated efforts.
Teen Violence
(330) 791-3281
Canton, Ohio 44714
Melissa Ellen Coan, Counselor  in Beachwood
“If you meet any of these criteria, I can help you: a) Relationship Problems; b) Mental Health Issues; c) Medical Problems; d) Substance Abuse; e) Trauma. ****Please note that insurance is not accepted at this time.****
Teen Violence
(440) 532-0479
Karen Bretz, Psychologist  in Westerville
“Are you tired of feeling stuck? Are you ready to take charge of your life? Whatever you're dealing with-- problems with food, alcohol, relationships, parenting, career, breakups, abuse-- I have experience that can help. I work from an active, solution-focused perspective, and you will leave our meetings with a list of my suggestions of things I think might help you. Whether you complete them or not is up to you, but if you want to maximize your time between sessions, I want to provide you with the tools to do so.
Teen Violence
(614) 532-4045
“My approach is person-centered, helping individuals improve their emotional and mental well-being, working towards a better sense of self. I am knowledgeable in the areas of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, and informed Dialectical Behavior Therapy.
Teen Violence
(888) 675-8704 x703
Gahanna, Ohio 43230
Gwenette James, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cleveland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S
“I have been in the helping profession for over 25 years. My passion is to empower individuals and families to live a quality and productive life. My goal as a therapist is to give you the tools that are needed to be successful to overcome life's obstacles that prevent you from achieving a prosperous life. I certainly look forward to meeting with you and discussing your individual needs. Gwenette M James, MSW,LISW-S
Teen Violence
(440) 799-7559
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
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
Nexus Counseling Group, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Gahanna
“Feeling overwhelmed, anxious, depressed or needing direction with personal or professional relationships? I will help to teach you the necessary tools to healthier relationships, greater mental well-being, becoming more efficient at home and work and finally have a more positive outlook on the future. I have a variety of experience which has only helped my ability of becoming an effective therapist.
Teen Violence
(614) 472-8341
Gahanna, Ohio 43230
Judith Ann Harley, Counselor  in Medina
“Is depression or anxiety running your life? Are you stressed for a variety of reasons and having trouble coping at home or at work? Are you struggling with childhood, tween, or teen behavior that makes you almost want to give up? Are you arguing too often with a spouse or other loved ones? Just feeling frustrated in general? Are your children struggling in school or socially? Does your teen engage in self-harm or suicidal behaviors? Does anyone in your family struggle with alcohol or drug abuse, including the abuse of illegal and/or prescription drugs?
Teen Violence
(330) 754-3423 x1
Medina, Ohio 44256
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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).