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Therapists in Cincinnati

Catherine Quinn, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Life can be challenging at times, but you do not have to face it alone. Are you feeling stuck or unsure about how to achieve the goals you have for yourself? Are you looking for help in creating a more satisfying relationship? I will help you identify issues and guide you towards your goals for a more fulfilling life. Through honest and compassionate counseling, you can achieve greater clarity into your life and ways to get past the hurdles you now face.
(513) 201-8664
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Mary Lynn Griswold, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“I have many years experience working with a variety of concerns. My specialties include help with anxiety, depression, addictions and especially relationship issues. I see adult individuals and couples and have a number of years of training in systems therapy/ family therapy. My hours are limited to weekday times from 8:30-5. I generally focus on resolving the immediate concerns my clients bring to treatment with attention to past as needed to help with current problems. I would be happy to talk with you about an appointment- call 513-984-8636
(513) 275-7001
Cincinnati, Ohio 45213
Brenda Sing-Ota, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“I provide a Christ focused, safe and caring environment in which you can identify and explore issues that are in your way of a more rewarding life, The goal is to help provide you with the insights and tools you need to move beyond limiting beliefs and behaviors.
(513) 612-9959
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Leslie H Swift, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“For over 30 years, I have treated adults, children and families confronting a broad range of concerns, with a focus on the challenges facing the family. My approach varies according to individual circumstances -- my goal is helping people resolve issues and move on, returning later if the need arises. My work includes helping families under stress to strengthen their connections, and to preserve and enrich their lives together. If divorce is inevitable or has already occurred, my work can help establish new functional family units. I conduct divorce mediation, as well as mediation for family and work place conflict.
(513) 334-2249
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Carolyn Zahner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“The clients I serve achieve clarity and resolution by expanding their perspectives and developing new ways of being and doing. I offer an integrative approach bridging the medical/cognitive models with transpersonal/humanistic approaches. I am experienced in working with relationship issues, incest/sexual abuse and other traumas, depression/anxiety, grief, death and dying and life transitions. I have a high success rate in helping clients suffering with psychotic experiences and in helping families cope. I also provide mediation services for families regarding divorce/custody issues and parenting coaching. I serve adults and children providing individual, couples and family sessions.
(513) 823-4076
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Paula Alberto, Counselor  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC-CR, CSAT, Candida
“Are you tired of struggling? Do you have unresolved grief, anger or trauma that you are dealing with? These things can affect your self esteem, your relationships, and your work. They can drain you of so much energy and I would love to help you get on track! I specialize in helping people recover from trauma so they can experience greater satisfaction in their lives. I work with individuals and couples, and lead groups as well. My approach is to work with each individual to find out what works best for that person so no cookie cutter counseling here.
(513) 592-3892 x109
Cincinnati, Ohio 45247
Life Worth Living, LTD, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Life Worth Living, LTD is a Counseling Center for Eating Disorders, DBT®, and Wellness. We strive to work for and alongside our clients and other healthcare professionals to achieve healthy relationships with food, our bodies, minds, and environments. Our staff is intensively trained in DBT® and uses the skills-based therapy as a basis for a productive therapeutic relationship in your journey to improving your level of satisfaction in life. Call or email us today to set up an appointment.
(513) 426-7498
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
“Welcome to our office .We are a friendly and professional staff and will treat you with patience, caring and dignity. Please ask questions. We will do our best to answer or find out what other resources may be available for you. We are focused on three types of clients in our office. These include individuals who are depressed, anxious or experiencing an adjustment disorder. We also specialize in Neuropschological Assessment. Treating the behavioral consequences of chronic pain is also an office specialty.
(513) 823-4247
Cincinnati, Ohio 45246
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
Turning Point Behavioral Health Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
“I whole-heartedly believe that the answers we are looking for are deep within. I believe we sometimes struggle to figure things out/follow through with our decision to change due to both internal/external barriers. My role as a therapist is to support others by listening and helping them problem-solve in an empathetic and non-judgmental manner. We will work collaboratively to identify/utilize effective skills to break through the barriers in order to bring about lasting change. As a solution-focused therapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating.
(513) 806-2029
Cincinnati, Ohio 45246
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW, BCD
“I have been in the counseling and psychiatric field for over 40 years and continue to help clients with issues ranging from individual , marital, or family issues to problems with stress, anxiety, and depression from biological or other causes . I also specialize in treating childhood abuse , ADD/HD , Dissociative Identity Disorder,and chemical dependency. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EMDR and Clinical Hypnosis are among the approachs I incorporate.
(513) 488-1674
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
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
Ed Gutfreund, Counselor  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PCC, LMT, MEd, MDiv
“Does anxiety vibrate in your heart and limbs? Do critical thoughts chatter inside you? Is it hard to sense safety inside your skin? Are you frustrated about your efforts? I can help you experience calm that begins to relieve the impact of trauma or self-defeating beliefs. Your nervous system will ease, your mind can slow down, your body feel safer. I'll help you make effective boundaries, express feelings authentically, and to expand your tolerance for difficult situations by staying present to yourself. My clients feel deeply understood in complicated situations and complex trauma. They increasingly accept their humanity.
(513) 828-0175
Cincinnati, Ohio 45224
Brian Valasek, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“I believe that you have the capacity to make positive and sustainable changes in your life. I can help you develop new, healthy ways of doing and perceiving things and feel better overall. I can show you how to increase your use of accurate and helpful thoughts. My goal is to support your journey toward being the best version of your self you can be. To be successful, you will need to be willing to get out of your comfort zone and do some things differently. If you are interested in making changes, you are coming to the right place.
(513) 318-1254
Cincinnati, Ohio 45224
Dianne S Carroll, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S
“Help starts here! I provide therapy services to individuals, groups and couples with problems related to health, mental health and career. Life crises, depression, grief and substance abuse can all get better faster with professional help. I provide coaching and consulting to executives, managers and professionals in acheiving career goals and work/life balance. I provide clinical supervision to social work and counseling professionals. As an educator, I teach classes and facilitate workshops for all levels of employees, as well as university students.
(513) 327-2183
Cincinnati, Ohio 45224
Susan Gall, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Susan began her career in 1978 working in public mental health services in West Virginia in a partial hospitalization unit providing individual & group psychotherapy to adolescents & adults. She relocated to Cincinnati in 1981 & continued working in public mental health for 6 more years on an outpatient basis. Susan left public mental health to begin private practice work in 1987 with The Center for Psychotherapy, where she remained for 16 years. She worked closely with Adult & Child Psychiatrists in her continuing work with children, adults & families. Susan joined The Family Therapy Center in 2003 where she takes a psycho/social & cognitive/behavioral approach in her work.
(513) 318-0844
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Laura Edwards, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“If it seems as if there's no movement in your life, or something is holding you back from happiness, you might be tolerating things that aren't working for you. Wondering what to do next? You don't have to settle.
(513) 322-5329
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Gary W Jacobs, Pastoral Counselor  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Pastoral Counselor, DMin, MDiv, LISW
“Lifeline Counseling LLC is a full service provider offering direct care in individual, couples, and family counseling. Whether the concerns are related to personal, social, academic, or occupational funcitoning and well-being, Dr. Gary Jacobs uses an integrated, solution-focused approach best suited to each person's intellectual, physical, and spiritual strengths. With an emphasis on enhancing strengths, providing tools, and building skills, this client-driven approach is best suited to meet each person's particular goals for living and feeling well.
(513) 283-8150
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
Jill R Klingler, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“Hello, my name is Jill Klingler. I am a licensed clinical psychologist who treats adults, children and families in the Cincinnati area. I take a wholistic approach to therapy, that emphasizes personal growth and positive change. I seek to help people live in alignment with their personal, cultural and spiritual values. In addition to cognitive behavioral, trauma and other therapies such as EMDR, that help people make changes, I work psychodynamically at the underlying pathology. My specialties encompass areas such as anxiety, depression, trauma, addictions and all kinds of relationship work. I build motivation and rely upon your commitment to therapy.
(513) 275-7134
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Andrew Bennett Klafter, Psychiatrist  in Cincinnati
“I practice psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, and psychopharmacology. I treat patients who seek help for various types of problems. Depression, anxiety, difficulties in relationships, and feeling overwhelmed by life decisions are the most common problems that people report who have come to me for assistance. I treat adolescents and adults. I am privileged to work with patients of many different ethnicities, religions, nations of origin, and cultures. Another significant component of my practice is that I provide consultations and supervision for other psychotherapists. My particular expertise as a psychotherapy supervisor is in psychodynamic and psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
(513) 275-7188
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
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