Cincinnati, Ohio Therapists

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I believe in helping clients learn about themselves, and in doing so, learn about healthier alternatives to help them achieve the balance, wellness, and happiness they are looking for. Many people turn to unhealthy coping skills during difficult...
Stephanie Baker
LPCC-S 2, MA
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Cincinnati, Ohio

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Ohio

I have a passion for helping people heal, whether from overwhelming/intense trauma, or the everyday blues of life. I feel honored to walk with my clients on their journey to finding the joy and happiness that we all crave and need in our lives. I...
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Cincinnati, Ohio

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Ohio, Kentucky

Are you feeling overwhelmed? There is hope! My passion is to help individuals and couples heal from emotional pain and trauma. You will receive a personalized counseling experience tailored to help support you as you work towards identifying and...
Dwonna D. Thompson Lenoir
LPCC-S 2, Psy.D.
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Ohio

I am committed to helping people find the strength inside themselves to triumph in relationships, overall functioning and living a balanced life. I have worked with young children, adolescents, adults, family and other specialized groups. Clients...
Maryam Kubasek
LPCC 15, MA
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West Chester Township, Ohio

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Ohio

To help my clients thrive, I incorporate several theoretical orientations in my practice—frequently with a focus on mindfulness-based theories such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I employ...
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I have been in the Autism and Developmental Disability Field since 1996 and have worked in numerous environments/roles including Supported Employment, Home and Community Supports, Behavioral Crisis, Parent Training and Education, and Mental Health...
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I am an experienced clinical counselor and life coach with a background that includes: * Clinical supervision * Organizational leadership and management within a healthcare system * Work in organizational development * Teaching at the university...

Guide to Finding Mental Health Professionals in Cincinnati, Ohio

The third-largest city in Ohio, Cincinnati has a population of 301,301 and plays an important role in the economy of the state. The wider Cincinnati-Middletown-Wilmington area comprises a population of over two million combined. With low unemployment and a fast-growing economy, this Midwestern city is leading the way for a renewed prosperity following the harsh after-effects of de-industrialization in the region. Despite this positive trend for the Cincinnati area, this does not mean that the residents are immune from the mental health problems that are challenging other less-prosperous cities in the region. It is still touched by the complications of prescription and opioid drug abuse that other parts of the nation have been suffering.  This can sometimes be caused by self-medicating due to other mental health afflictions that have not been adequately treated.

The Prescription Drug Epidemic

The state of Ohio has been pinpointed as one of the states that have greatly been affected by the opioid epidemic and the mental health issues that can come along with it. Approximately 460,000 Ohioans are thought to suffer from some form of mental illness. In the latest rankings of states, Ohio was given an overall position of 20 when it came to the positive mental health of adults and youth as well as residents’ access to therapists and mental health care professionals. There is room for improvement for the quality of care within the state and in the city of Cincinnati. An effective strategy for dealing with the prescription drug problems of Cincinnati would be smart to include plans that address providing more mental health support systems so that people can get the treatment they need rather than looking to other destructive behaviors.

First Steps on the Road to Wellness

The process of discovering that you may need additional assistance is not always an easy one. It can take some time before you’re ready to accept the help of a professional. When you are ready to talk to someone about the stresses you are experiencing, we want to help make the easy of finding the help you need as easy as possible. With our extensive directory of mental health professionals in the Cincinnati area, we can provide you with detailed profiles of therapists and counselors in your area.

However, before you begin your search we have a few questions that may help you focus in on what you are looking for. It is a good idea to think about what it is you need and what your communication style is so that you can get the most out of your experience. For example, what do you want to get out of your time in therapy? Do you prefer speaking to a man or a woman, or does it even matter to you? Are you ready to make the time commitment to meet with a professional on a regular and ongoing basis? Does the problem that you are suffering from require the expertise of a specialist (such as certain eating disorders, etc.)? If you can be honest with yourself and take stock of what your answers are to these questions you are more likely to find the therapist or mental health professional that will work for you. After all, working with a therapist that understands you is an important part of the therapeutic process.

Therapy and Your Health Insurance

One of the things you will want to keep in mind when embarking on your search for the right mental health professional is that your health insurance may cover the service in part or completely. Your health insurance company may have their own list of mental health professionals that are covered within their own network. For this reason, it is a good idea to get in touch with your provider and find out the details of how coverage for mental health services would work in your circumstance.

How E-Counseling.com Can Help You Connect with a Cincinnati Mental Health Professional

With our extensive directory of Cincinnati therapists and mental health professionals, you can find someone who might be the right fit to work with you. On e-counseling.com you can browse bios and profiles of licensed professionals and narrow down your search for certain specialties. The benefit is that you will be able to quickly compare the different offerings and find someone who not only understands your specific issues but also has hours that work around your schedule. Access to quality care can and having someone to talk to in times of crisis can be invaluable in helping you navigate life’s ups and downs.

Let us help you connect with a therapist or mental health professional and give yourself the gift of a better quality of life.