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Dr. Benjamin L. Miller

Dr. Benjamin L. Miller

  Personal Statement Having received training in both Clinical and Forensic psychology, I work with a diverse client population, delivering targeted Behavioral, Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), and Dialectical Behavioral (DBT) Therapies tailored to the specific needs of each individual client. I...

Tasha Boyer

Tasha Boyer

  Personal Statement Tasha specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating. She also specializes in the issues that often co-exist with eating disorders including but not limited to anxiety, depression, self-harm,...

Sarah Melton

Sarah Melton

  Personal Statement I'm so glad you are here and really look forward to working with you. My role is to meet you where you are at in all aspects of life and help you grow to where you want to be. I have had amazing opportunities to work with individuals, couples, and families of all walks of...

Richard R. Karges

Richard R. Karges

  Personal Statement Richard R. Karges serves as Executive Director and CEO at Hopewell: A Therapeutic Farm Community for Adults with serious mental illness. Our focus is on recovery and healing based on a whole person approach which is centered on therapeutic community, provided in a safe...

Carrie Hover

Carrie Hover

  Personal Statement Carrie Hover is a Licensed Professional Counselor who is passionate about helping others to reach their potential and teaches them skills or offers insight that comes from training at Ashland Theological Seminary’s Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling program. She also...

Jeralyn R. Tharp

Jeralyn R. Tharp

  Personal Statement I am privileged to be part of your support journey as you seek hope, health and recovery to various life challenges. I have over 23 years experience in mental health and addiction counseling services. I believe therapy should move at your own pace and believe treatment...

Whayne Herriford

Whayne Herriford

  Personal Statement I work with individual clients from the age of 16 on up. Also work with couples. My approach to counseling is to make it client-centered, allowing the client to determine topics, direction and intensity of any conversations that we have. It is never my role to evaluate or...

Dr. Nithya Ramanathan

Dr. Nithya Ramanathan

  Personal Statement Dr. Ramanathan is board certified in child and adolescent psychiatry and adult psychiatry. She completed her residency and fellowship at The Ohio State University and has been in practice as an outpatient psychiatrist for the past fifteen years. She has a passion for...

Kira Hayes

Kira Hayes

  Personal Statement As a queer identifying therapist, I understand the value of competent and affirming mental healthcare. I'm proud to provide a safe and supportive therapeutic environment for all individual, relationship, and family therapy services. My focus includes, but is not limited...

Sharon Anchak

Sharon Anchak

  Personal Statement The foundation of my person-centered approach to therapy includes providing unconditional positive regard for the person sitting with me; feeling and demonstrating empathy for that individual's experiences and emotions; and, being authentic in my own words and actions...

Mike Schaefer

Mike Schaefer

  Personal Statement I work with persons in transition. I focus on how to increase your awareness of where you would like to go with your life which can be informed by your dreams and desires as well as the past experience. There are many things that can prevent us from becoming who we want...

Susan Marie Mocniak

Susan Marie Mocniak

  Personal Statement Sue Mocniak earned her Master in Social Work from The Ohio State University College of Social Work, her Bachelor in Social Work from Capital University, and her Associate’s degree in Mental Health from Columbus State Community College. She has worked in the mental health...

Geralyn M. Cleary

Geralyn M. Cleary

  Personal Statement Geralyn is experienced in providing therapy to individuals, couples, families, and groups utilizing different treatment modalities, such as, Cognitive Behavioral, Dialectical Behavioral, Psycho Educational, and Solution Focused therapies, depending on the unique needs of...

Pamela Gleisser

Pamela Gleisser

  Personal Statement Over the past 20-plus years I have provided therapy to adults in the Cleveland area who—as individuals, couples, or groups—seek counseling. Many of my clients have been confronted with shifts in their mental or physical health which bring challenges in their relationships...

Psychotherapy in Ohio: Finding a Therapist Near Me

If you are looking for a therapist in Ohio, you can simply use your favorite search engine or go to the websites of some of the most reputable and reliable professional therapists in the city. The search will yield more than a hundred options of therapist in Ohio and will give you a chance to make contact with them and find out more about them. You can either email them or contact them on the phone to find out if you feel comfortable working with them on a regular basis.

There are a variety of reasons why people seek online therapy, and one of the most important is that they do not want to be disturbed by their partner or children when they come home for the evening. Online therapy can be accessed from any part of the world and the interaction can take place with a counselor even if they are at another part of the country. Many therapists in Ohio also provide telephone therapy for those people who need it and this type of online therapy is much cheaper than the traditional one. In some circumstances, the online therapist in Ohio might be able to offer you some of the same treatment that you would get at a conventional therapist’s clinic. Even if this is not the case, you can still benefit from online therapy when the other options become too expensive for you.

It is always wise to discuss your relationship issues with your family doctor before going for therapy either at your local clinic or online. The advantage of talking to your family physician is that he/she will be able to guide you towards the best options available for you. You can either seek counseling with a psychologist or go for psychotherapy or personal development. A licensed therapist in Ohio can only give you advice and cannot give you medical advice. If you are in need of medical treatment for any reason, you should first discuss this with your doctor before seeing a therapist.

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