Connie Welsh, MA, PCC, BCN
Professional Clinical Counselor
3478 N. High Street, Columbus, OH
I specialize in family therapy with families with children with learning disabilities and mental health issues. My approach focuses on how the parents can help their children deal with their issues. Many times, parenting can contribute to the disorder and your child can become more anxious and this can lead to poor school performance and problems with peer relationships. Together we will come up with strategies to help you and your child.
Comprehensive Services, Ph.D., LISW, LPCC, LICDC, PsyD
Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Licensed Social Workers, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors
1555 Bethel Road, Columbus, OH
A family is a unique social environment, made up of the beliefs, personalities and values of it's members. Changes in one family member can affect everyone else in the group. Illness in one person may be a symptom of a larger problem within the family. Sometimes the best way to treat a problem with one person, is to engage the family as a whole. At Comprehensive Services, our trained therapists help families learn how they function as a unit, and how they can improve communication among the members. The goal is for the family to learn to work together, to deal with conflicts and develop strategies which let them resolve problems successfully.
Domonique Rice, MFT
Marital and Family Therapist
4449 Easton Way, Suite 200, Columbus, OH
Families have challenges for a variety of reasons. Sometimes parents struggle with kids because of challenges they experienced growing up. Other times families will struggle due to life changes including death, divorce, or remarriage. Whatever challenges your family might be facing we will work together to understand where they are coming from and develop practical, reasonable ways to start to turn them around.
LIVE Wellness Center, Therapists
Mental Health Providers (LISW, PC, ATR, LISW-S, etc.)
1335 Dublin Rd. Suite 205 C, Columbus, OH
In our years of treating children, we have found it very valuable to treat the child while also providing family therapy. The parents have the most important role in the child's life and it is therefore invaluable to include the parents and often siblings to address the client's struggle. Our approach to family therapy is to meet with all members of the family who will be involved in the counseling separately or in smaller groups in order to get a clear picture of the identified problem. We then bring the family together to increase positive communication, encourage understanding and compassion among family members, strengthen relationships, and find a common goal among the family members.
Tonya Coover, PCC-SUPV
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
121 Town Street, Gahanna, OH
We all come from a family and our lives are eternally linked and affected by those relationships. Families are complex and it takes a very skilled therapist to work in various dimensions of the system, simultaneously to create deep and meaningful change. I am a certified therapist AND supervisor in Multi-Dimensional Family Therapy (MDFT), a model supported by over 10 published clinical trials with successful outcomes, I have successfully helped the most dysfunctional families replace broken communication patterns with healthy ways of interacting, allowing healing and restoration for each person involved. It's hard work for everyone, but the results have generational benefits.
Jennifer Marie Errington, LISW-S, RPT
Licensed Independent Social Worker-Supervisor
246 West 5th Street, Suite 202, Marysville, OH
There is a time and a place for each person to work on himself/herself individually. However, we are rarely alone. Many of us live within a family system. As in all systems, there are strengths and there are issues. We will use the strengths to create solutions to the issues. First by indentification, then by understanding. We will work with respect and compassion that is reflected in the communication and coping skills of the family.