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Therapists in Dayton

Adrianne L. Johnson, Counselor  in Dayton
“My philosophy of mental health counseling is collaborative, strengths-based, and holistic. My integrative approach encourages a therapeutic partnership which cultivates change through empowerment and growth. I have experience with a variety of psychological and emotional issues including: mood disorders, depression, anxiety, OCD, ADHD, transition and adjustment, grief/loss, relationship, anger management, behavioral, diversity and culture, and personality disorders. I provide child, adolescent, and adult mental health counseling. My office is located within the historic Oregon District.
(937) 556-6831
Dayton, Ohio 45402
“Hi! I am Docpete, Let me tell you a few things about me. I am a health psychologist, author, and sex professor who specializes in sexual health. When I am not serving those who serve our country (veterans at the Department of Veterans Affairs), I am Director of the Sexual Health Program at the Flexman Clinic (Dayton, Ohio) helping anyone who has concerns about their sexuality or gender. I see individuals, couples, and families as well as run a Sexual Health Group for men who have relational, spiritual, and/or legal problems with their sexual behavior.
(937) 401-8046
Dayton, Ohio 45390
Kathleen A Bonie, Psychologist  in Dayton
“Is life a struggle? Feeling tired and stressed? Iím a caring listener with expertise to help you sort through the confusion we all face at times. With a positive perspective and an understanding that mind, body, and spirit are interconnected I want to help you regain balance and health in your life as you work through relationship issues, career difficulties or the loss of a loved one. Take the first step to contact me before worry and depression start to affect your health. I am here to walk through life's challenges with you as partners along the way.
(937) 254-6700
Dayton, Ohio 45420
Nicole M Holbrook, Counselor  in Dayton
“My office is moving to The Greene in July. I would love the opportunity to provide a supportive counseling environment for you and your family as we collaborate together to process challenges and develop solutions. I have experience working with a variety of mental health and emotional problems including; mood disorders, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, anger management, behavior issues, and parenting. I provide child, adolescent, adult, and family therapy.
(937) 969-4415
Dayton, Ohio 45440
Amy Shoko Brown,   in Dayton
SEP, MSAT, OD-MRO
“Much pain results if survival responses of Fight, Flight, or Freeze are trapped in the body. After suffering from an event, sometimes it's not enough to describe 'what happened,' you need something more to feel free from the residual pain. You're wanting relief, and even more, wanting to feel comfortable in your own skin, alive, and connected. I help you get to the source of patterns that block you. You can get what you need to change debilitating patterns. Instead of reliving the past, you'll access your full vitality so you can live exceptionally well now.
(845) 262-6825
Dayton, Ohio 45432
Caprice Lambert, Psychologist  in Dayton
“"My job as a therapist is to help you find your path, discover what is blocking you from taking that first step and supporting you in the journey. It can be hard work, but together we can make positive changes that will impact you and your loved ones for many years to come." Dr. Caprice Lambert enjoys working with a wide variety of clients and currently specializes in mood and anxiety disorders, trauma related issues, LGBT concerns, family dynamics, couples therapy and the psychological impact of physical illness. She has experience with adults, adolescents, and children (age 3+).
(937) 569-4763
Dayton, Ohio 45432
Meredith Schulz, LPCC, Counselor  in Dayton
“Let me help you through the challenging times in your life. Wether you are dealing with emotional or behavioral problems, relationship problems, or normal life transitions; I would be honored to partner with you. We will form a safe, supportive therapeutic relationship. Together we will define the issue, identify the strengths you already possess, and build on those strengths. We will identify the ways your thinking, behaviors, or communication patterns may be keeping you stuck. I will teach you techniques and coping skills you can use to move yourself forward toward the life you want to be living.
(937) 412-2130
Dayton, Ohio 45440
Riverscape Counseling, Counselor  in Dayton
“Our approach to therapy is one in which our clients are viewed as resilient and resourceful, capable of deliberate malevolence as well as knowing right from wrong, strong enough to acknowledge their failings and to be worthy of respect. Our office is a place where change happens. We now offer a Brain training program that exercises and improves brain function that is needed to improve focus, memory and attention. and can make a real difference in the life of a child struggling with an attention deficit diagnosis. The cognitive training environment is a fun as well as beneficial.
(937) 877-5996
Dayton, Ohio 45402
Brittany E Corcoran, Counselor  in Dayton
“As a professional counselor, I strive to provide a compassionate and supportive environment that is conductive to healing and self-discovery. We all find ourselves coping with challenges and life stressors that cause us to feel overwhelmed or stuck. As your counselor, I will collaborate with you to find healthy solutions to life's struggles, while empowering you to make positive change.
(937) 601-4087
Dayton, Ohio 45439
Donald S Scott, Psychologist  in Dayton
“Over 30 years of practice, I have found it helpful to focus therapy on four areas: (1) the quality of a person's relationships and how these relationships impact the person's primary emotional concerns, (2) how the person's primary emotional problems impact their loved ones, (3) developing coping skills for particular emotional problems and (4) practical problem solving solutions for various life issues. Since most people are emotionally and physically overextended and their time is overcommitted, together we also work on ways people can take better care of themselves.
(937) 396-5485
Dayton, Ohio 45429
Susan Crowe Mumford, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Dayton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LISW
“Adults, teens and children all face struggles that can interfere with leading happy and productive lives. I work jointly with individuals and families to identify and understand their stresses and then formulate solutions. Addressing difficulties helps clients become equipped to meet future opportunities and challenges. My practice offers a comfortable and confidential environment in which to examine feelings and focus on making positive change.
(937) 410-4238 x128
Dayton, Ohio 45417
Kathryn Van der Heiden, Counselor  in Dayton
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, MAT, LPCC-S, CGP, NBCC
“Emotional stressors sometimes become overwhelming. If you feel depressed ,sad, scared, angry or stuck individually or in relationship it's time to call. having someone to talk with can be healing, validating and encouraging. I can help you in identifying what is causing the distress . In addition to validating your perceptions I will help you find your personal strength to open new options for wellness. Knowing that you need help is the first step. Making an appointment is the second one. I do not promote religious beliefs though I welcome your spiritual journey. I treat you as a whole person.
(937) 439-5009 x2
Dayton, Ohio 45459
Nicole M. LaSelle, Counselor  in Dayton
“"I believe that life should be lived with passion and meaning. Anything that is getting in the way of this can be changed or accepted. Through counseling, I will help you alter the course you and your loved ones are traveling in a compassionate and nonjudgmental way. Together, we will find more passion and meaning in your life." My academic training began at the University of Notre Dame where I earned a BA in Psychology and continued at the University of Dayton, with a MS.Ed. in Community and School Counseling. I am currently finishing my doctorate at Kent State University.
(937) 453-0960
Dayton, Ohio 45419
C. Jesse Carlock, Ph.D. and Associates, Psychologist  in Dayton
“Ideal clients are those who have clear goals that they want to achieve and who are willing to work on their issues both in and out of sessions. Many clients enter therapy focused on what is wrong with them; we like to balance this by calling attention to the clients' strengths and resources. By doing so, we can help clients to mobilize these resources to help improve clients' self-worth and better their lives and their relationships. Our goal is to widen the number of choices available to clients and help them garner the motivation to make changes they desire.
(937) 256-0500 x1
Dayton, Ohio 45420
Grace Counseling Inc., Counselor  in Dayton
“Dr. Martin is committed to providing quality life changing counsel and teaching with the help of the Holy Spirit, and by the life principles contained in the scriptures so our clients can learn who they are and grow in character and grace of Christ and pursue God's purpose in their lives. Christian psychology is based on scientific and historical information which is Biblically sound, to establish a concise understanding of man and his behavior. Dr. Carol Martin is a Licensed Minister and a Board Clinical Supervisor, through the National Christian Counselor Association, providing Pastoral counseling with christian principles.
(937) 353-4822
Dayton, Ohio 45424
Deborah R McMullen, Counselor  in Dayton
“I have worked diligently in the mental health and social service fields for over 35 years. Although I initially began working primarily with children, I have found much success in including the ever changing needs of adults and families. I am a 'teammate' in helping to build and rebuild solid foundations in the lives of those struggling with mental health and addiction concerns. My enthusiastic educating and teaching approaches allows me to adapt to the needs of various clients, and to assist them in learning to better manage and deal with life's stresses.
(937) 556-5784
Dayton, Ohio 45405
Scott E Hall, Counselor  in Dayton
“Are you in a life transition? Is your relationship with others not ideal? Does anxiety or depression seem to hold you back? If any of these are true or you simply want to live a more authentic life and practice your "best self" then I may be of help. My basic philosophy is that we sometimes become "stuck" on our journey to fully develop our self, our relationships, and our lifestyle. I have over 18 years successful counseling experience and strive to respect the unique stories and struggles of each client while encouraging responsibility and authentic living. This is my role in helping you.
(937) 287-0945
Dayton, Ohio 45429
Ronald Harry Wean, Counselor  in Dayton
“My ideal clients are faith based communities who have been traumatized by church leadership misconduct, betrayal, or behavior unbecoming a faith leader. These communities lack a framework even to discuss the traumatic experience, let alone develop a healing plan to debrief, process, or integrate the trauma. Consequently, the community remains in post trauma survival mode where this mode becomes normative, destroying the ability to thrive and do mission. The community, therefore, needs knowledgeable assistance in developing both a framework and structure to gain relief, understanding, and make meaning of the experience so that these trauma survivors are transformed into trauma thrivers.
(937) 556-6011
Dayton, Ohio 45440
Kristy S Dillon, Counselor  in Dayton
“If you are looking for a safe, compassionate, nonjudgemental person to talk to about the problems you are having, I can help. I have 20+ years of experience in the counseling field. I have worked in a variety of settings including a community mental health center, a private psychiatric office, a school setting, and an alcohol and drug treatment center. My goal is to help you achieve your goals, which might include helping you identify your strengths, improve your relationships, reduce negative symptoms, teach coping skills, enhance your self esteem, help you express your emotions, and provide support and guidance.
(937) 817-4823
Dayton, Ohio 45415
Stewart Harris, Psychiatrist  in Dayton
“I have been in private practice for over 30 years with extensive experience in mental health. I help people who suffer from stress and related illnesses, anxiety, panic anxiety, depression, trauma, insomnia and several other mental health problems affecting your work, home or relationships. My evaluations and treatment plans consider the health and well-being of a person as a whole and therefore may include several aspects, such as biological, metabolic, psycho-social and spiritual. Hence my recommendations may include medications, lab tests, psychotherapy and/or group work, practicing relaxation and positive thinking.
(937) 402-2156
Dayton, Ohio 45414

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