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Therapists in Cincinnati

Karen Mendenhall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW-S
“Whether you are seeking to enhance personal growth and awareness, resolve relationship difficulties, or overcome anxiety and depression, I can help. I offer warmth, compassion, and work from a holistic, strength-based approach that will enable you to recognize and shed negative patterns of thought and behavior that have not served you well in the past. Instead, you will find that you are building confidence in making positive changes toward a better life.
(513) 348-1445
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
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
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
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
Brian Girton, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Brian is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor Supervisor, and life coach in Ohio with a Masters of Arts in counseling from Cincinnati Christian University. Brian has been working in counseling since 2007 and focuses on marriage counseling, self-esteem, relationship issues, life coaching, addictions, substance abuse, attachments, foster-care, depressions, anxiety, Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADD/ADHD), sexual abuse, anger management, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), grief and loss, and spiritual issues. He utilizes an eclectic combination of therapeutic styles including Interpersonal, Solution-Focused, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Person Centered, and more.
(513) 457-4165
Cincinnati, Ohio 45238
Carressa A Smith, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Spring has sprung! However, maybe you are still not feeling it. Do you miss "yourself"? Are you feeling anxious, sad, or hopeless? Maybe, you feel that people are not acting the way they should. This could be the result of life stressors conflicting with personal coping skills that just aren't working for you anymore. Admitting feelings that society views as "negative" can feel vulnerable. Counseling can offer fresh perspectives, newer coping skills and safety. This search is the first step, connecting with me is the next.
(513) 334-1822
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
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
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
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
Matthew 'Harv' Stricklin Jr, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“Relationships are the clients I am most passionate about working with. I thrive on facilitating healing and growth in the sacred space between two people, that special connection that can be so energizing and vital. I have discovered the joy of seeing not only relationships heal and grow, but also partners in relationships. Your relationship offers great potential for you and your partner. You were wounded in relationships earlier in life; we all were. Here is the good news: you can heal in your current relationship and so can your partner. The two of you can do the hard work; I can help!
(513) 657-2406 x107
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Stephanie Beebe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“My ideal client would be someone who is motivated to make a change in their life. I utilize a no-nonsense approach to identify small adjustments that make a big difference.
(513) 657-2167
Cincinnati, Ohio 45231
Bolte & Harrison Dual Therapist Couples Counseling, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“Co-therapists Teri Bolte, PhD, and John Harrison, LPCC work as a team to help couples tackle a broad range of issues, from couples on the brink of ending their relationship to those who simply want to improve upon and deepen intimacy and communication. We address issues often faced by couples, including infidelity, fighting, emotional distance, trauma, addictions, and parenting concerns. We welcome the opportunity to work with all varieties of couples. Our team approach allows an additional aspect of receiving both male and female therapeutic input that traditional therapy dynamics do not.
(513) 795-0668
Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
Randy L Preshaw, Psychologist  in Cincinnati
“I am not able to take in new clients at this time.. Thank you for your interest, Randy L Preshaw, PhD
(513) 828-0168 x4
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
Gene Colina, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S, ASCW, AAMFT
“Are you not doing as well as you would like in your life in some meaningful way and are suffering? Are you living with unnecessary burdens and obstructions? Do you want to feel better and stronger or have someone in your life who believes you could be better and stronger? I have almost 39 years of experience, not including three years (pre graduate school) of street gang work, and I am privileged to say that I have treated almost every problem, population and age group imaginable with success. I won't quit if you won't.
(513) 318-7037
Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
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
Kristina A. Tedesco, Counselor  in Cincinnati
“I provide Christian, Biblically-based counseling for mental health issues, relationship concerns, and issues of faith. Speciality areas include treatment of anxiety, depression, panic, pastoral counseling, marriage counseling, and family counseling.
(513) 592-3885
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
Amanda K White, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Cincinnati
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S
“Is your child struggling with a challenging life situation, acting out, or having difficulty managing emotions?
(513) 456-5098 x12
Cincinnati, Ohio 45242
““Life is what happens when you’ve made other plans.” When “life happens”, we are often thrown off balance. It is difficult to maintain or discern a healthy perspective. Perhaps it’s time to get help and support! I believe that although individuals may go through difficult or traumatic circumstances, each of us has his/her own answers for healing within. Through holistic and humanistic interactions, I act as a guide for you to find those answers. I choose treatment modalities to meet the individual client’s needs, including person-centered, solution-focused, Gestalt, Mindfulness, spirituality, life coaching, and EMDR.
(513) 399-8054
Cincinnati, Ohio 45231
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
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