Toledo, Ohio Therapists

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Ross Chaban
LPCC-S 2, LICDC
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Sylvania, Ohio

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Ohio

Ross Chaban M.Ed., LPCC, LICDC, OCPS II, PC Ross Chaban has over thirty years experience in the Human Services field of Clinical Counseling. Ross has worked with individuals from the military to elected officials to business leaders. Ross has...
In-Person Sessions:

Perrysburg, Ohio

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Ohio

"Pain is inevitable, but suffering is a choice." The Buddha Peggy's goal is to end suffering. She believes in respect for the individual no matter what. She also believes that each person has the power and ability to makes choices that bring about a...
Valerie Liebert
LPCC-S 2, MA
In-Person Sessions:

Perrysburg, Ohio

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Ohio

I entered this field and have remained in it for over 20 years because I am passionate about helping people to live better lives. I can assist you if are dealing with a mental illness, or if you desire coaching to reach your full potential. If you...
Alaina Smith
MA, LPCC
In-Person Sessions:

Toledo, Ohio

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Ohio

Alaina completed her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Bowling Green State University in 2014 and her master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling also from Bowling Green State University in 2017. She is a Licensed Professional Clinical...
Meredith Rinna
LISW-S, LMSW
In-Person Sessions:

Monroe, Michigan

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Michigan, Ohio

I have over 20 years of experience working with adolescents and adults with a treatment focus on childhood/adult trauma and mind-body disorders. I also specialize in working with those who have a history of incarceration or who have worked within...
In-Person Sessions:

Toledo, Ohio

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Ohio

My goal as a psychologist is to help individuals find their full potential. I strive to help clients discover their hidden strengths and areas for growth; thereby learning to more effectively face their concerns. I have extensive training and...
In-Person Sessions:

Toledo, Ohio

Welcome! I am Marlene Dolinar and have been a practicing counselor since 2015. I am a Registered Play Therapist with the Association of Play Therapy and also an AutPlay Therapist (for individuals diagnised with Autism). I currently run my own...
In-Person Sessions:

Toledo, Ohio

My goal is to help you learn effective coping skills to manage emotions in healthy ways. You can learn ways to cope effectively with any stress which makes you feel worried, sad, upset or frustrated. Together, we identify your personal strengths and...
In-Person Sessions:

Toledo, Ohio

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Ohio

Last night the two of you fought- again. You know you'll spend the next several days not speaking and walking on eggshells around each other. Nothing ever seems to get resolved and you're not sure why you bother any more. What happened to this...

Guide to Mental Health in Toledo, Ohio

Located in the northwest of Ohio, Toledo is the fourth largest city in the state with approximately 287,208 residents as of the last census. The metropolitan area includes a population of more than 650,000. Also known as ‘Glass City’ because of the large number of glass manufacturers that once were a part of the foundation of its economy, Toledo has changed over the years. The loss of industry and jobs has required the city to reinvent itself and incorporate new and innovative ideas to keep companies within the area. Meanwhile, the residents of Toledo are at the mercy of this economic turmoil and this can have a negative impact on the emotional and physical well-being of people.

As one of the largest population centers in the state of Ohio, Toledo will play an important role in turning around some of the more troubling trends regarding mental illness in the state. Ohio was highlighted as one of 14 states that are struggling to handle the number of mental health cases their residents present. It is estimated that 460,000 Ohioans are dealing with some form of mental illness which include bipolar disorder, bulimia, anorexia, and depression.

A Rise in Substance Abuse

Unsurprisingly, the state is also dealing with a heroin and prescription drug abuse problem- as mental health issues and substance abuse can sometimes go hand-in-hand as a person tries to self-medicate. In Toledo and the rest of the state, this seems to be a growing issue which needs to be addressed.

If you feel a need for assistance with stress, feelings of depression, or another condition that is not going away on its own, we can help you find a Toledo therapist or mental health professional. Having the resources you need to deal with times of crisis is an important step toward wellness. We can connect you with professionals that understand your unique issues and that can work around your schedule, so you can get the treatment you need.

Deciding you are ready to reach out for help is not always an easy step, but we can simplify the process of seeking out the right therapist for you in the Toledo area. With your own preferences in mind, you can use our powerful platform to locate the right mental health professional for you.

What Kind of Support Do You Need?

The search for a mental health professional or therapist should begin with a consideration of what your preferences and needs are. By asking yourself a few basic questions you can get a better idea of what type of person and service are most likely to provide the help you need. If you can be clear about your intentions for the process, you’ll have a better chance of connecting with the right person for you. A few questions you might ask yourself are:

  • What is my objective and why am I engaging in therapy?
  • What behaviors are getting in the way of me living the life that I want?
  • Am I more comfortable with speaking to a man or a woman? Or does the gender of the person not matter?
  • Am I able to fit in consistent times to meet with a therapist?
  • How long am I willing to commit to meeting with a mental health professional?
  • Do I require the assistance of a professional with a specialization in my area of concern?

Taking the time to answer these and other questions will give you a better sense of direction when sifting through the available services on offer. Your ultimate goal when choosing a therapist or mental health professional is to find someone who understands you and has the tools to help guide you through the treatment process in a way that resonates with you.

Does Your Health Insurance Cover Mental Health Services?

If you have health insurance, it is a good idea to find out what if any mental health services they might cover under your plan. It is possible they have their own network of professionals and this might be a guiding factor for you when choosing the right therapist.

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

Our aim is to help you connect with a Toledo therapist or mental health professional that suits your specific needs. At e-counseling.com we simplify the process of comparing professionals. You can view the detailed profiles and bios and see at a glance who offers the services you need. Our directory is a good starting point from which you can begin to reach out to different therapists and determine which might be the best match for you. Being able to have clear communication with your therapist is an integral part of effective treatment.

Your search for the right mental health professional is a step in the right direction toward living your best life.