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Therapists in Cincinnati

Meera Murthi, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“I am a licensed psychologist and provide treatment for depression, anxiety, relationship, and family issues, LGBTQ concerns, cross cultural adjustment, and recovery from childhood and adult trauma. My clinical concentration is in the area of eating disorders. I work with women and men struggling with food restriction, binge eating, overeating, anorexia, bulimia, and body and self-image issues. I also help individuals to cope with cancer and other health concerns. My approach is relational and collaborative, and I draw from psychodynamic, CBT, DBT, and mindfulness-based approaches.
(513) 445-6178
Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
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
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
Loan Vo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S
“I offer a safe place in which individuals and couples can be listened to with respect and empathy as they undertake personal, emotional and difficult journey toward a healthier way of living. Psychotherapy can help manage psychological distress and increase understanding of self and others in order to increase the quality of life. I am available Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.
(513) 429-7879
Cincinnati, Ohio 45206
Linda B. Fabe, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Feel stuck, in pain, struggling personally or in a relationship? Imagine finding more peace, clarity and confidence in your life. I can help you: Heal abuse, wounds and stuckness; move through grief, loss and life transitions such as a breakup or divorce; resolve conflict, strengthen communication and relationships; grow self-love and esteem and reduce self-judgment, insecurity and co-dependence; gain clarity about your purpose, contribution, career path. You can learn to recognize and build on your gifts and strengths amidst the difficulties. Your times of challenge are sacred opportunities for learning and growth.
(513) 402-2913
Cincinnati, Ohio 45213
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.
(513) 360-6720
Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
Gina A McConnell, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Making the decision to begin counseling can be difficult. However, it can be the first step toward improving interpersonal relationships and developing strategies to manage life's challenges more effectively. I provide counseling with respect, support, and honest feedback. I am available evenings and Saturdays to accommodate a variety of schedules.
(513) 795-0632
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Debra J Hackett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW, LICDC
“I provide a comprehensive solution based counseling method to address many different issues. I provide individual, group, couples, and family counseling. I also provide consultation on various issues for businesses. Trainings, seminars, and workshops are available on a variety of issues.
(513) 399-8802
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Paula Alberto, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“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
Cincinnati, Ohio 45247
Steven D Nichols, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“To me, at the core of psychotherapy, is creating a working alliance with the client in the safe, perfection-free, and respectful environment that therapy offers. I help individuals better understand their internal emotional worlds, learn more about why they do the things they do, help them to decide for themselves what changes they would like to make in their lives, and to give them guidance and support in how to do so.
(513) 312-2203
Cincinnati, Ohio 45226
Leigh S Finkel, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“Anxiety, depression and relationship problems can seem overwhelming, but you will be pleasantly surprised how a a caring listener with the expertise to tackle these issues can get you started on the right track almost immediately. My clients typically report feeling calmer and more hopeful even after their first session. While we may have some difficult work to do, I offer the comfort of a roadmap, and at times, specific directions, on this journey. I carefully tailor my approach to each individual client with the focus on how to improve your current life and functioning.
(513) 360-6064
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Jordan McNeely, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Sexual addiction or compulsivity is an incredibly complex issue with many different manifestations, underlying causations, and complicating factors depending on the individual. The fallout from this struggle can destroy livelihoods, cost jobs, and break up marriages. My advanced and focused training in this area make me especially adept at unraveling the threads that make your story unique. I offer options for individual, partner, couple, family, and group therapies to give you all the tools you need to stop destructive behavior, put the pieces back together, and lead a more wholesome and fulfilling life.
(513) 592-3306
Cincinnati, Ohio 45247
Eileen Lee, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S
“I view myself as a catalyst for the change my clients need to make. Be it the effects of trauma, loss, addiction or depression or anxiety that are interferring with achieving her/his goals, my clients gain new insights, behavior, thinking accomplish goals and lead happier lives through the understanding, empathy, compasstionate confrontation and educationn that I provide. I have been practicing for 27 years and am trained in a variety of therapeutic modalities and techniques including insight oriented therapy, CBT, EMDR, systems theory, dynamic psychotherapy.
(513) 275-7237
Cincinnati, Ohio 45206
Marcie O'Neil, MSW, LISW-S, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
“I have worked in private practice since 1995. In that time, I have come to appreciate the collaboration and interplay between my clients and myself. I encourage people to pursue adaptations of their ideas, life choices and relationships as a way of taking charge of their own lives. Usually it takes many small shifts and multiple steps to lead to a beneficial outcome. It's not easy but therapy can be rewarding and life altering with the development of insight and the use of extra support to move forward.
(513) 429-7217
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Amy Blankenship, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“I would like to help ease the anxiety life can bring during times of change, during your daily routines, or in special situations: caregiver struggles, aging parents/dementia, parenting questions or stress, behavior concerns with children, divorce adjustment and grief. My background working with children and their parents in a variety of professional, educational settings for 16 years, as well as my training to become a counselor, will be an asset for me understanding you and your concerns.
(513) 318-1621
Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
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
Michael R. Oliver, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MS, LICDC, SAP
“WELCOME TO BEHAVIORAL INSIGHT COUNSELING! I am glad you are seeking help for your issues with drugs and/or alcohol. I can guide you in managing your thought processes and behavior, enabling you to regain a life balance without the use of these substances. I can help you reach your goals of staying clean, repairing family relationships, staying employed, remaining in school and staying out of the legal system. Credentialed to administer assessments to individuals who work in the D.O.T. industries.
(513) 399-8030
Cincinnati, Ohio 45227
Shirley Radlove, Ph.D, LLC, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“Everyone goes through hard times in life but when the pain is so deep we cannot handle it alone, a highly experienced therapist is here to guide you on your journey to recovery. I am here for you. Trust the process. "If not now, when?" (Hillel)
(513) 409-8213
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Judi Hughes, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“I provide help for struggling learners in preschool through post college. I identify factors that are barriers to their success, determine their strongest learning pathways and recommend strategies to encourage achievement. I diagnose and treat a variety of neuropsychological disorders impacting learning such as ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, language based learning disabilities, nonverbal learning disabilites, and autism spectrum disorders. I work directly with students, families and schools. Through evaluation, consultation, intervention and advocacy, I help clients maximize their potential. I routinely collaborate with other educational, medical and mental health professionals to encourage a multidisciplinary approach to intervention and treatment.
(513) 217-9729 x2
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
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
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