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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S
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"I have over 35 years clinical experience, training in gestalt and pyschoanalytic psychotherapy, mindfulness based stress reduction. My goal is to increase your awareness of who you are, why you respond and/or make the choices that you do and look for alternatives. I find that life is a journey that never ends, I hope people find internal contentment, tranquility, and learn to care about themselves. All we do is talk about events of your past and how you were effected. I take what I do seriously, but due to the intensity of what we do, try to have fun in the process."
(216) 925-4295
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"I have over 35 years clinical experience, training in gestalt and pyschoanalytic psychotherapy, mindfulness based stress reduction. My goal is to increase your awareness of who you are, why you respond and/or make the choices that you do and look for alternatives. I find that life is a journey that never ends, I hope people find internal contentment, tranquility, and learn to care about themselves. All we do is talk about events of your past and how you were effected. I take what I do seriously, but due to the intensity of what we do, try to have fun in the process."
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Counselor, LPCC, M. ED., MOD
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"I'm here as an unbiased listener via telehealth or in-person. We work together to understand your needs; building a trusting relationship. I utilize a holistic approach as mind, body, and spirit are the foundation of who we are. I work with adults/couples experiencing depression, anxiety, relationship hurdles, trauma, or adjustment-related concerns. Our work will vary based on the individual; there is no one size fits all. I believe what we eat and how we move has an impact on our thoughts and behaviors; taking care of our bodies can make a difference on how the mind works."
(440) 485-3834
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"I'm here as an unbiased listener via telehealth or in-person. We work together to understand your needs; building a trusting relationship. I utilize a holistic approach as mind, body, and spirit are the foundation of who we are. I work with adults/couples experiencing depression, anxiety, relationship hurdles, trauma, or adjustment-related concerns. Our work will vary based on the individual; there is no one size fits all. I believe what we eat and how we move has an impact on our thoughts and behaviors; taking care of our bodies can make a difference on how the mind works."
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"Consciously, you may not know why you behave or feel as you do, but your subconscious mind knows. Hypnosis/hypnoanalysis allows you access to the realm of the problem, the subconscious. The subconscious stores feeling, memory, body monitoring, and body control. Through hypnosis, you are able to safely access; experience and release old highly charged emotional incidents. Related outworn habit patterns of thought and behavior are identified and reevaluated. New positive, growth promoting patterns are reinforced."
(330) 794-8525
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"Consciously, you may not know why you behave or feel as you do, but your subconscious mind knows. Hypnosis/hypnoanalysis allows you access to the realm of the problem, the subconscious. The subconscious stores feeling, memory, body monitoring, and body control. Through hypnosis, you are able to safely access; experience and release old highly charged emotional incidents. Related outworn habit patterns of thought and behavior are identified and reevaluated. New positive, growth promoting patterns are reinforced."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSA, LISW-S
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"If you’ve tried talk therapy, and felt that it wasn’t at all helpful, there is another option. In animal assisted therapy, you can work through your challenges by working with a two-person treatment team and a horse. Horses live in the moment, are non- judge mental, and can help one realize, express and work through emotions. If other traditional types of therapy have not worked for you, equine assisted therapy is worth your emotional investment. I have been involved in this work for over ten years, and have seen some incredibly amazing results. "
(234) 230-6352
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"If you’ve tried talk therapy, and felt that it wasn’t at all helpful, there is another option. In animal assisted therapy, you can work through your challenges by working with a two-person treatment team and a horse. Horses live in the moment, are non- judge mental, and can help one realize, express and work through emotions. If other traditional types of therapy have not worked for you, equine assisted therapy is worth your emotional investment. I have been involved in this work for over ten years, and have seen some incredibly amazing results. "
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Counselor, PhD, LPCC, CWC
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"I treat clients with respect. I believe that problems have solutions and that clients can be empowered to live healthier and better lives."
(614) 980-0314
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"I treat clients with respect. I believe that problems have solutions and that clients can be empowered to live healthier and better lives."
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MDiv, IMFT, S
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"Our clients are children, adolescents, young adults, individuals, couples and families. We offer a safe, comfortable, supportive, non-judgmental atmosphere with genuine concern where the client can tell their unique story. Life can come at us hard! Our lives are filled with many stressors that can overwhelm us with feelings of depression, anxiety, anger, grief, abuse, trauma, relationship issues, stages of life issues and many other twists and turns. These stressors can bring about feelings of frustration that make us believe that things are not going to get better no matter what we do. Nothing can be further from the truth."
(614) 344-0546
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"Our clients are children, adolescents, young adults, individuals, couples and families. We offer a safe, comfortable, supportive, non-judgmental atmosphere with genuine concern where the client can tell their unique story. Life can come at us hard! Our lives are filled with many stressors that can overwhelm us with feelings of depression, anxiety, anger, grief, abuse, trauma, relationship issues, stages of life issues and many other twists and turns. These stressors can bring about feelings of frustration that make us believe that things are not going to get better no matter what we do. Nothing can be further from the truth."
Photo of Alexis Wellman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
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"Do you spend time thinking about the past or constantly worried about the future? Do you seek to know yourself better? I help people change the habits and behaviors that are not serving them, so they can lead more peaceful and balanced lives here in the present moment. We will work together to understand how your past informs who you are now, but does not define it. I help clients identify their negative thinking patterns that have kept them stuck in their lives. Together we will generate new, rational alternatives that will help you gain perspective about the life you want to be living. "
(614) 412-3620
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"Do you spend time thinking about the past or constantly worried about the future? Do you seek to know yourself better? I help people change the habits and behaviors that are not serving them, so they can lead more peaceful and balanced lives here in the present moment. We will work together to understand how your past informs who you are now, but does not define it. I help clients identify their negative thinking patterns that have kept them stuck in their lives. Together we will generate new, rational alternatives that will help you gain perspective about the life you want to be living. "
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Counselor, PCC-S, MA
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"***Providing Telehealth during coronavirus social distancing**** I have spent my career working with people affected by trauma, poverty, mental illness, chronic pain & illness, and family conflict. I believe in the importance of access to health care services for all, and I believe that all people deserve to be heard and understood."
(216) 223-6958
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"***Providing Telehealth during coronavirus social distancing**** I have spent my career working with people affected by trauma, poverty, mental illness, chronic pain & illness, and family conflict. I believe in the importance of access to health care services for all, and I believe that all people deserve to be heard and understood."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSA, LISW, CDCA
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"​I am passionate about empowering individuals and working with them throughout the therapeutic process. I have worked with all ages and have experience of treating a wide variety of concerns including depression, anxiety, trauma, and substance use. My passion is working with individuals and families to partner with them to make life changes. I have extensive training in trauma informed care and utilize this approach frequently in treatment."
(440) 290-5428
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"​I am passionate about empowering individuals and working with them throughout the therapeutic process. I have worked with all ages and have experience of treating a wide variety of concerns including depression, anxiety, trauma, and substance use. My passion is working with individuals and families to partner with them to make life changes. I have extensive training in trauma informed care and utilize this approach frequently in treatment."
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Psychologist, PhD
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"For many clients, achieving their goals means increasing their capacity for acceptance of themselves and others, empathy and understanding of others, and being able to manage and share their emotions. I believe that a positive outcome of a successful counseling relationship is much more than the absence of symptoms or illness. Rather, it's the sustained ability to enthusiastically engage in all aspects of life: relationships, marriage and family, work, friends, and community."
(614) 389-9117
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"For many clients, achieving their goals means increasing their capacity for acceptance of themselves and others, empathy and understanding of others, and being able to manage and share their emotions. I believe that a positive outcome of a successful counseling relationship is much more than the absence of symptoms or illness. Rather, it's the sustained ability to enthusiastically engage in all aspects of life: relationships, marriage and family, work, friends, and community."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW-S
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" One of the bravest things you can do is begin to understand your own story. Stories can be complicated and full of uncertainty. When change occurs quickly it is easy to lose sight of what makes us truly happy and healthy; thus making our story complicated at times. Every person is unique and has their own way of interpreting their story. Therapy works to foster hope and nourish the expectation of change; only if it is linked to responsive knowledge and evidence-based practices."
(216) 350-0835
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" One of the bravest things you can do is begin to understand your own story. Stories can be complicated and full of uncertainty. When change occurs quickly it is easy to lose sight of what makes us truly happy and healthy; thus making our story complicated at times. Every person is unique and has their own way of interpreting their story. Therapy works to foster hope and nourish the expectation of change; only if it is linked to responsive knowledge and evidence-based practices."
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, NCC, LICDC
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"I offer services of therapy, coaching, and consultation concerning life transitions to individuals, couples, and groups. When treating life-changing events, such as trauma, loss, grief, depression, anxiety, addictions, or codependency, I have provided a comfortable, direct approach guided by the uniqueness of the individual for over 30 years. I offer relationship/communication coaching for individuals and couples. I seek to assist you in finding balance emotionally, mentally, physically, spiritually, and relationally."
(614) 547-9949 x1
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"I offer services of therapy, coaching, and consultation concerning life transitions to individuals, couples, and groups. When treating life-changing events, such as trauma, loss, grief, depression, anxiety, addictions, or codependency, I have provided a comfortable, direct approach guided by the uniqueness of the individual for over 30 years. I offer relationship/communication coaching for individuals and couples. I seek to assist you in finding balance emotionally, mentally, physically, spiritually, and relationally."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
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"This can be a stressful time when you are struggling with food and body image issues. Being stuck in the house indefinitely can make it difficult to follow your usual routine. It can also be triggering to find yourself eating more, comfort eating and being less active. Your mental health matters during this period of social distancing. You can make a commitment to spend this time healing from the pain that has been affecting you for so long and from the comfort of your own home. Learn to heal your relationship with your body and food, reduce your anxiety and cope with the effects of trauma."
(614) 705-2758
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"This can be a stressful time when you are struggling with food and body image issues. Being stuck in the house indefinitely can make it difficult to follow your usual routine. It can also be triggering to find yourself eating more, comfort eating and being less active. Your mental health matters during this period of social distancing. You can make a commitment to spend this time healing from the pain that has been affecting you for so long and from the comfort of your own home. Learn to heal your relationship with your body and food, reduce your anxiety and cope with the effects of trauma."
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"When going through a major life transition, establishing a relationship of trust, safety and respect with a trained and experienced practitioner is an important step. My practice is open to adults at any stage of transition or life-stage, their families, friends and partners. I am a cis-gender woman with over 30 years of experience as a psychotherapist and advocate. "
(513) 854-7518
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"When going through a major life transition, establishing a relationship of trust, safety and respect with a trained and experienced practitioner is an important step. My practice is open to adults at any stage of transition or life-stage, their families, friends and partners. I am a cis-gender woman with over 30 years of experience as a psychotherapist and advocate. "
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Psychologist, PhD
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"I value what I learn from my clients and assisting them in their journey towards achieving lasting change. And, a few laughs along the way when we can."
(440) 683-6554
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"I value what I learn from my clients and assisting them in their journey towards achieving lasting change. And, a few laughs along the way when we can."
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Psychologist, PsyD
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"Therapy is a process of self-discovery. My aim is to provide a safe and caring environment for those who are hurting or feeling stuck. I offer therapeutic interventions aimed at optimizing your quality of life through finding balance and obtaining understanding and acceptance of yourself. Whether you seek relief from acute symptoms such as anxiety or depression or you wish to break unhealthy relationship patterns. I will help you gain deeper understanding of your self, while supporting you with finding your own answers and making the changes you decide to make."
(614) 705-2920
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"Therapy is a process of self-discovery. My aim is to provide a safe and caring environment for those who are hurting or feeling stuck. I offer therapeutic interventions aimed at optimizing your quality of life through finding balance and obtaining understanding and acceptance of yourself. Whether you seek relief from acute symptoms such as anxiety or depression or you wish to break unhealthy relationship patterns. I will help you gain deeper understanding of your self, while supporting you with finding your own answers and making the changes you decide to make."
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"I work with adolescents, college-aged students/young adults, adults and family systems as they navigate life's challenges. My approach is holistic and addresses the client's physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual needs, and uses the client's strengths to facilitate healing."
(614) 505-4015
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"I work with adolescents, college-aged students/young adults, adults and family systems as they navigate life's challenges. My approach is holistic and addresses the client's physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual needs, and uses the client's strengths to facilitate healing."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISW
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"I offer online/phone sessions. Life will take on new meaning when you begin your personal therapeutic journey. There is hope! Reflecting on yourself in a compassionate and accepting setting will bring inspiration and contentment. You do not have to struggle. Reach out for help."
(440) 276-5975
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"I offer online/phone sessions. Life will take on new meaning when you begin your personal therapeutic journey. There is hope! Reflecting on yourself in a compassionate and accepting setting will bring inspiration and contentment. You do not have to struggle. Reach out for help."
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"If you are dealing with any of these issues (depression, anxiety, PTSD, sexual, physical or emotional abuse, anger management, marital and family conflict, job related stress) I am confident that in a strong therapeutic collaboration with me, your treatment goals will be met. I use a strengths based approach with the understanding that for successful therapy the client needs to have active participation in developing treatment goals. I conduct a thorough bio-psycho social assessment and make every effort to understand my clients' issues from their perspectives. Active listening is what I do best. I am very committed to my clients."
(614) 310-4176
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"If you are dealing with any of these issues (depression, anxiety, PTSD, sexual, physical or emotional abuse, anger management, marital and family conflict, job related stress) I am confident that in a strong therapeutic collaboration with me, your treatment goals will be met. I use a strengths based approach with the understanding that for successful therapy the client needs to have active participation in developing treatment goals. I conduct a thorough bio-psycho social assessment and make every effort to understand my clients' issues from their perspectives. Active listening is what I do best. I am very committed to my clients."
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"As a former active duty veteran I understand the needs/challenges of veterans and families of veterans. I specialize in grief and substance use disorders which often encompasses depression, anxiety, and other spectrums of mental disorders. Finding one's purpose, changing one's perspective helps the mental, emotional and spiritual pain life often hands us. Mental health is most important in living and creating a life of your choice...not just existing due to societal norms. You matter, you are important and you have the potential and power to utilize your mind to heal, grow and make healthy choices. "
(567) 234-7849
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"As a former active duty veteran I understand the needs/challenges of veterans and families of veterans. I specialize in grief and substance use disorders which often encompasses depression, anxiety, and other spectrums of mental disorders. Finding one's purpose, changing one's perspective helps the mental, emotional and spiritual pain life often hands us. Mental health is most important in living and creating a life of your choice...not just existing due to societal norms. You matter, you are important and you have the potential and power to utilize your mind to heal, grow and make healthy choices. "

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