Counseling in Columbus, OH. Find the Right Therapist.

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Pete Lobert, PCC-S

Professional Clinical Counselor

4449 Easton Way, Suite 200, Columbus, Ohio

At the Care Center I specialize in marital/couples counseling, trauma, depression, and anxiety. For trauma I am EMDR Level II certified and have many hours of training in marital counseling. New clients are seen this week. Conveniently located at Easton Town Center.

George Schulz, Ph.D. - Integrative Care Ohio

Licensed Psychologist

4230 Tuller Rd. - Suite 201, Dublin, Ohio

I provide both in office sessions as well as affordable secure online phone/chat/text/video conferencing sessions. I have a passion for treating people with anxiety, depression, military veterans, panic attacks, agoraphobia, PTSD and bipolar disorder.

Lea Ardovino, MA, PCC

Professional Clinical Counselor

6797 N. High Street, Ste 100, Worthington, Ohio

Contact me today to discuss how you can see results and resolution to your issues. I have a practical, down-to-earth approach to help you understand and make lasting change in your life and relationships in a safe, non-judgmental and confidential atmosphere.

OHP, Psychiatric Hospital

Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry

880 Greenlawn Ave, Columbus, Ohio

Ohio Hospital for Psychiatry is conveniently located in Columbus, Ohio and offers state-of-the-art inpatient, outpatient, and home-based services to adults ages 18 and older who are in need of treatment for mental health, behavioral, and dual diagnosis issues.

Comprehensive Services, Ph.D., LISW, LPCC, LICDC, PsyD

Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Licensed Social Workers, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors

1555 Bethel Road, Columbus, Ohio

At Comprehensive Services, the counselors focus on each client's individual needs to provide a personal, meaningful and confidential counseling experience. All members of our staff are committed to uphold the worth and dignity of each person.

LIVE Wellness Center, Therapists

Mental Health Providers (LISW, PC, ATR, LISW-S, etc.)

1335 Dublin Rd. Suite 205 C, Columbus, Ohio

Our passion is to help clients find Restoration, Health and Wellness through encouraging emotional, physical and spiritual health. In addition to Christian Counseling we offer massage therapy, aromatherapy, biofeedback, Art Therapy and traditional counseling.


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

Therapy Columbus Ohio

Counselor Franklington, Arena District, Glenbrook, North-Grandview, Discovery District

Columbus is one of the most beautiful cities in Ohio. With over 60 community gardens, an arboretum, and lots of parks, there are plenty of ways to enjoy life in the outdoors.1 Hiking and biking clubs are a great way to join the community and experience the joy of physical activity. If you would like something less strenuous, you can connect with one of the gardening groups, or play a game of golf at one of the three world-class golf courses. Also, besides a few thunderstorms, the weather is good throughout the year, giving you even less reason to stay inside. If you're looking for a great place to stay in shape and enjoy the open air, look no further than Columbus, Ohio.

Mental Health in Columbus

There is a vital need for mental health care in Columbus. Each year, as many as 50,000 individuals are admitted to psychiatric treatment programs. Homicide and suicide rates are higher in Franklin County than the state of Ohio as a whole. Additonally, the Columbus-Franklin County area accounts for 10 percent of all alcohol related car crashes in the state.2

Mental Health America of Franklin County provides pro bono counseling services to Columbus residents who require mental health care and are unable to afford it. A network of qualified, licensed, and insured mental health professionals offer services to assist people with depression, other common mental illnesses, trouble at home, difficulty with children, and a host of other common problems. Services are available to those who are uninsured, underinsured, unemployed, or otherwise unable to pay. For further information about the pro bono counseling program, please call 614-884-7227.3

Current Initiatives

In order to address the severe shortage of beds for Columbus citizens in need of intensive psychiatric care, public and private institutions throughout Franklin County have joined forces to form the Franklin County Mental Health Initiative. The primary goal of the initiative is to coordinate information between the area's three adult hospital systems, crisis intervention facility, state psychiatric hospital, and other organizations to ensure access to quality care for everyone. Daily briefings keep officials at all member facilities informed of the number of people waiting for a bed in an inpatient treatment program. Individuals are placed based on their wait time and are placed in the next available bed regardless of the facility at which the patient is being treated. For additional information about the initiative, please call 614-358-2710.4


References

1. Franklin County Board of Commissioners. (2017). Community Gardens. Retrieved from http://www.franklincountyohio.gov/commissioners/community-gardens/
2. Central Ohio Hospital Council. (2016). Franklin County Health Map 2013. Retrieved from http://medicalcenter.osu.edu/aboutus/community_commitment/Documents/FranklinCountyHealthMap2013.pdf
3. Mental Health America of Franklin County. (2008). Pro Bono Counseling. Retrieved from http://mhafc.org/get-help/pro-bono-counseling/
4. Central Ohio Hospital Council. (2017). Franklin County Mental Health Collaborative. Retrieved from http://www.centralohiohospitals.org/mentalhealth.html

Columbus is a city that is located in multiple counties- Delaware County and Franklin County and Fairfield County in Ohio. It has a land area of 218.45 square miles and a water area of 5.88 square miles.  The population of Columbus is 850,106 people with 334,724 households and a median annual income of $45,659. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Columbus, OH

Some budgeting needed

While counseling can certainly be an expense for individuals and families in Columbus, with proper budgeting, it is entirely do-able and the risk/reward is worth it. For some families, it may be difficult to sustain a commitment to therapy without proper insurance coverage. If this is you, ask your therapist about low cost options as practitoners in and around Columbus may have flexibility or sliding scales