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Therapists in Cincinnati

Carole Stokes-Brewer, Counselor  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, LISW-S, LPCC-S, LICDC
“Therapy is a guide toward defining and reaching life goals. With over 30 years of experience, my interactive approach utilizes the skills and strengths of the individual or couple to resolve current problems and long-standing patterns. I work with adults dealing with depression, anxiety, phobias, addictions, loss and grief, lifestyle changes and crisis. When indicated, I use therapeutic hypnosis for a range of issues such as improving self esteem, breaking habits, pain reduction, and smoking cessation. I use EMDR for phobias and traumas.
(513) 275-7029
Cincinnati, Ohio 45206
Jerrold L. Boyles, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“You don't have to live a life of fear, sadness or insecurity anymore. Together, we can endeavor to understand these feelings and work through them in an atmosphere of warmth, confidentiality and support. Personal problems may come early or late in life. Either way, just as they appeared, they can be eliminated or certainly diminished with knowledgeable, non-judgmental guidance.
(513) 453-4173
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Jill Chiara, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
“I have been treating adult individuals who have been struggling with anxiety and depression for 15 years. Issues that I have experience working with are relational conflict, job stress, parenting, and trauma. My approach to treatment is psychodynamic, and I use EMDR and CBT as well when it can be beneficial for the therapy.
(513) 773-3276
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Karen (Rusty) G. Siegfried, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S, ACSW
“Psychotherapy is not only about relieving mental distress. It is also about increasing resilience, wholeness, wellness, and improving relationships. I believe the therapist's job is to offer a safe place for healing - a place where an individual, couple, or family can be listened to with skill and respect. In the process of establishing a safe relationship and setting realistic goals, people grow and change according to their abilities. People are the "experts" of their own lives. I believe in the interdependence of the generations in families and in the human community.
(513) 379-0214
Cincinnati, Ohio 45209
Michelle A Butler, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“ENOUGH is enough (you're screaming in your head)! You want to reduce your pain or problems and move towards solutions and comfort. I work with men and women, including a variety of ages, with extensive experience helping children and adolescents with social, emotional, or behavioral concerns. I'll work side-by-side in helping you manage anger, alleviate depression and anxiety, and in children/teens how to increase impulse control and social skills. As your counselor, I am your guide in exploring the obstacles in your way from enjoying everyday life and having satisfying relationships.
(513) 268-4433
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
Caitlin Yilmazer, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“I primarily work with adults, couples, families, and LGBTQ clients who may be experiencing a variety of issues such as: anxiety, depression, anger management, difficult life transitions, issues of sexuality, relationship issues, and self-esteem. I specialize in couples counseling and have experience working with various concerns couples face, including: issues of intimacy and communication, high-conflict, issues of trust, and infidelity. When working with couples, I utilize outcome measures to aid in treatment and monitor progress. I offer a systemic approach when working with couples and families; this means I incorporate a circular perspective of relationships in sessions.
(937) 601-4389
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
Counseling Alliance, Treatment Facility  in Cincinnati
“At Counseling Alliance, we offer a professional approach for individuals, couples, and families that are looking for lasting results. Our mental health professionals have specialized training and are committed to quality care in a caring and confident manner. We specialize in relationship difficulties in general, and issues related to infidelity of various types in particular. Services include mental health counseling from a faith-based perspective for a variety of issues, marriage and relationship counseling, helping individuals discover lasting freedom from internet addiction and related issues, and recovery from trauma and abuse. We take immense pride in our ability to form meaningful collaborative relationships with our clients. Learn more by visiting us online today!
(513) 657-2916 x100
Cincinnati, Ohio 45247
A Sound Mind Counseling Service, LLC, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“The Therapists at A Sound Mind Counseling Service believe everyone can achieve total mind, body and spiritual wellness. We offer, individual, couple, group and family therapy. There are 11 therapist with over 20 years of experience available to help you achieve a sound mind.
(513) 899-6412
Cincinnati, Ohio 45216
Lynda McConn, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Are you tired of the patterns in your life that keep you from feeling happy and secure? Are you looking for a place to heal old wounds and remedy current problems in a safe and non-judgmental environment? Everyone needs a place that feels safe and supportive where one can unravel a problem or work through a difficult phase of life. Whether you are dealing with depression or anxiety, separation/divorce, or wounds from your past we can work together to find a more fulfilling and satisfying life both within yourself and in your relationships, experiencing integration emotionally, bodily and spiritually.
(513) 399-8743
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Margery J Shupe, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Life can present us with difficulties and events that challenge our well-being and impact our ability to manage our life circumstances. There are times when we need guidance, support or assistance with processing these events, our thoughts and feelings, or help with making difficult life decisions. I provide counseling and therapy with a warm, caring and empathic approach. I highly value patient confidentiality, trust, understanding, and recovery. I believe that it is -in -and through the strong working relationship that develops between the client and the counselor that the healing of issues is achieved and the clients' goals are mastered.
(513) 806-2784
Cincinnati, Ohio 45249
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
Jack R Neggerman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LISW, LICDC
“The common theme throughout my career has been relationship issues in all their forms and aspects... from managing boundaries,setting limits, developing clear and effective communication and interpersonal skills- to addressing intimacy issues and dealing with power struggles or problem resolution. Stress, anxiety and depression often result from how we are intertwined in the lives of others.Sometimes the solution may be to face and resolve issues - gain more support and nourishment. Sometimes we have to deal with the loss of a person who is very important to us. Using powerful tools to work through "unfinished business" will help you enjoy the "here and now" of your life. Individuals and couples will learn to get more of what they need and want from their partner - as well as learning for themselves how to be a true loving partner. You don't have to struggle alone... learn what winning really means and how to do the "dance"!
(513) 275-7119
Cincinnati, Ohio 45211
Chad D Vickery, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“If you or a loved one are suffering from a neurological disorder or condition (such as traumatic brain injury) or wonder if a condition might be developing (such as Alzheimer's disease), I am experienced in the neuropsychological evaluation of these types of conditions. I can help you and your doctor determine whether there is a condition present, and if so, what are the specific problems that can be addressed. Neuropsychological testing can help you and your doctor decide on the best course of treatment.
(513) 592-3512 x14
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Tricia Herman, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“Growth and change can occur in many ways. Although each individual is ultimately responsible for her/his own growth, therapy can provide the support and tools that facilitate others in reaching their goals. There are many different approaches to treatment. My philosophy is that one approach doesn't fit all, and everyone's individual needs and diagnosis must be taken into account.
(513) 437-0614
Cincinnati, Ohio 45241
Waybridge Counseling, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“We are a group practice that provides treatment for anxiety, depression, suicide ideation, self-harm and cutting, grief and loss, children impacted by divorce, oppositional and disruptive behavior in children, marriage and couple's counseling-particularly around issues of infidelity, high conflict and problematic communication, and counseling and support for gay, lesbian and trans population.
(513) 457-4673
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
Sarah Ann Lanman, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Meeting with a counselor requires a lot of courage, so I have great respect for anyone who wants to start that journey. I will provide a non-judgmental space for you to identify your areas of concern and ultimately what you hope to change. Our goal is to build awareness together, so that you can make different choices instead of automatically doing the same things that no longer work for you. We will work together to help you pay greater attention to your mind and body processes to facilitate a deeper connection with yourself and others.
(513) 334-2026
Cincinnati, Ohio 45220
Steve Stuhlreyer, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Do you live with excessive worry and stress about life? Have you experienced a past trauma or hurt in a relationship that you have trouble getting past? I have expertise in taking a journey with people who have experienced the same issues as you. I am a Professional Clinical Counselor-Supervisor and a Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor with more than 20 years of experience in the mental health field. I offer a caring and supportive environment for us to work together to reach positive solutions to worrying, trauma, anger issues and addiction. Let me know how I can help.
(513) 429-7779
Cincinnati, Ohio 45224
Successful Parenting, LLC,   in Cincinnati
“Are you a stressed out parent? Every parent knows parenting is the toughest job, and it does not come with a set of instructions. Successful Parenting uses parent coaching to teach parents scientifically based techniques and adapts them to your child's personality to target the problematic behavior(s). Parenting does not have to be tough. Successful Parenting will simplify it for you! Start enjoying your role as a parent! With Successful Parenting, you and your child will succeed, 100% guaranteed!
(513) 280-8508
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Allison R. Gajramsingh, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“I am a mental health therapist specializing in individuals, couples, and families and maintain a private practice in Cincinnati, Ohio. I use techniques including talk therapy, cognitive behavioral techniques, behavior modification, and systemic family therapy to help clients understand why their experiences unfold the way they do. From there, I help them develop healthier responses to everyday stressors. My goal is to help individuals and couples learn techniques that will allow them to manage themselves more effectively on a daily basis, and to utilize resources in a positive way.
(513) 685-4817
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
“As a clinical psychologist with over forty years of experience, I provide treatment for stress, depression, and anxiety. I am also a licensed independent chemical dependency counselor. In addition to individual therapy, my areas of specialization are family issues, child and adolescent problems, couples therapy, and alcohol and substance abuse issues. My initial goal is to develope a customized treatment/action plan after careful and efficient evaluation.
(513) 334-2271
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
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