Counseling in Cincinnati, OH. Find the Right Therapist.

Safe, effective, and caring. Affordable therapists near you in Cincinnati, Ohio will help you make the changes you want.

Renae Norton, Psy.D

Renae Norton, Psy.D

Clinical Psychologist

2891 Ziegle Ave, Cincinnati, Ohio 45208 | 513-205-6543

As a clinical psychologist specializing in eating disorders and family therapy, my patients appreciate the 20+ years of experience I bring to our sessions. I believe in an individual approach. I see patients in my home office, affording them both comfort and privacy.

Pamela Hanson, M.D.

Pamela Hanson, M.D.


23990 State Line Rd, Bright, Indiana 47025 | 513-330-8293

You know how there is that one person in your family with whom you always have the same old argument, and afterwards you can't believe you got pulled into it yet again? I help you see that coming and shift it into a deep and satisfying connection.

Kimberly Koljat, LMFT, LIMFT-S, RPT-S, RDT

Kimberly Koljat, LMFT, LIMFT-S, RPT-S, RDT

Licensed Independent Marriage and Family Therapist Supervisor

Available for Online Therapy

LMFT who combines talk, creative arts, and play to address personal hurdles and unspoken pains with my clients. I offer mutually co-created opportunities for change through creative arts therapies because sometimes words aren't enough, no matter your age.

Cincinnati Christian University

2700 Glenway Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio

The CCU Counseling Center is a community mental health counseling center operated by Cincinnati Christian University. Advanced clinical mental health counseling students, under the direct supervision of licensed professional clinical counselors, are available to provide individual, couples, family, and group counseling services for people of all ages, including children and adolescents; career counseling and assessment services are also available. Counseling services are available to campus and tri-state communities.

Fees: sliding scale based upon household income ($10-$35 per session)

Glenwood Behavioral Health Hospital, Inpatient

Glenwood Behavioral Health Hospital, Inpatient

Glenwood Behavioral Health Hospital

2446 Kipling Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45239 | (513) 993-6211

Glenwood Behavioral Health Hospital, located in Cincinnati, Ohio, provides individualized mental health and co-occurring addiction treatment for adults.

Kevin Fleming, Ph.D.

Kevin Fleming, Ph.D.

Coach/Change Agent/Consultant

At Home or Private Discreet Intensives

Grey Matters Intl & Dr. Kevin Fleming(cited expert for NY Times, CNN, Fortune, Sporting News)is all about bold thinking & neuroscience innovation in getting mood/behavior change when shrinking,feel good self-help, and pills aren't cutting it. Indiv/couples/family.

Related Sites:
City of Cincinnati
Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board

Therapy Cincinnati, OH

Counseling Fort Thomas, Newport, Norwood, Ludlow, Park Hills, Evanston, Millvale, Clifton, St. Bernard

Cincinnati, Ohio has an abundance of attractions and events throughout the city to meet your family's entertainment needs. Regardless of age, your children, teenagers, and adult family members are sure to find something to enjoy. Krohn Conservatory provides immediate access to over three thousand plants for families with a green thumb. The Robert D. Linder Family OMNIMAX Theater is a highly unique experience in which you will feel as if you are in the film. Your children and teenagers are sure to find this attraction entertaining. Showboat Majestic provides access to theatrical productions and concerts of all types. Perfect for your next family outing, Coney Island has everything from a pool to putt-putt. Here you can even take a ride on the bumper boats to get your favorite family members a little wet.1 The Lloyd Library and Museum features exhibits of historic journals, books, and much more, making it highly educational for everyone in the family. Cherry Grove Lanes is available for those wishing to engage in a friendly competitive bowling experience. There are several schools in the area including Walnut Hills High, St. Joseph, and Dater Montessori Elementary.

Mental Health in Cincinnati

Addiction recovery services are offered free of charge to men without money or insurance by Prospect House. This agency helps men achieve sobriety through long-term, abstinence-based programming that focuses on improving coping skills, self-esteem, and resiliency. Men at Prospect House can participate in a variety of support groups that promote their recovery, from those that support recovering alcoholics to those for veterans who suffer from PTSD. Contact Prospect House at 513-921-1613 for further details.2

Poverty-stricken residents who need mental health services can turn to the Rescue Community Center for help. The center is a non-profit, faith-based organization that relies on donations from the community to provide services that address the mental health needs of the city's poorest residents. The center also provides basic necessities such as food and clothing in order to reduce some of the stressors in the lives of the most needy. To inquire about these services or to offer a donation, call 513-221-6246.3

Individuals that have been incarcerated can face many obstacles to putting their lives back together. To assist in the re-entry process, the Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency offers a Fresh Start program. This program mainly focuses on helping ex-offenders build skills they need in order to find employment that will support a decent home and family life. Individual employment plans help program participants map out a path to employment, identify skills and strengths that improve employability, and improve interview skills. Fresh Start also provides assistance in procuring housing, connects individuals to resources for food and professional clothing, and offers on-going case management and retention services to ensure participants have the social and emotional support needed to be successful. To learn more about Fresh Start, call 513-569-1840 extension 1074.4

Current Initiatives

The Strong Families, Safe Communities Initiative seeks to provide support to families with children that present challenges due to a developmental disability or mental illness. To reduce the incidence of childhood mental illness, the initiative promotes crisis prevention programs and community involvement in stabilizing needy families. By filling gaps in services, the initiative achieves its mission of strengthening families and communities. More detailed information about the initiative is available by calling 614-301-2992.5


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5. Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services. (2017). Strong Families, Safe Communities Initiative. Retrieved from

Cincinnati is located in Hamilton County, Ohio. It has a land area of 77.38 square miles and a water area of 1.60 square miles.  The population of Cincinnati is 298,550 people with 133,039 households and a median annual income of $33,604. .

Therapy Affordability Meter for Cincinnati, OH

Difficult yet possible - ask your therapist

Committing to weekly sessions of therapy without insurance coverage or low cost options is very challenging for most people in Cincinnati. If this applies to you, please contact your counselor and ask about sliding scale options or inquire about insurance coverage. The good news is that there are options available to you to establish an effective relationship with a great therapist in Cincinnati. Your well being and health are important enough to make the best possible effort for. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local Cincinnati public health department.