Psychotherapists in Columbus. Caring and Licensed Psychotherapy in Columbus, Ohio.


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Psychotherapist

Lea Ardovino, MA, PCC

Professional Clinical Counselor

Within Driving Distance of Columbus, OH

I find that much of human suffering is compounded by or experienced as intolerable when we feel alone with it. Part of what counseling is about is being safe enough with someone to allow them to enter into the scary places with you. Knowing that you will be accepted and understood, by someone that cannot only listen, but help you gain new perspective and give you the tools you need to change, is very freeing. Please take the time to contact me today.

Psychotherapist

Domonique Rice, MFT

Marriage and Family Therapist

4200 Regent Street, Suite 200, Columbus, OH 43219

There is a world of difference between psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. Psychoanalysis requires many hours spent "on the couch" going over and over your past, your childhood, etc. Psychotherapy is different. The only time we go back and look at the past is if there's reason to believe it's interfering with your ability to function at work, home, or in relationships the way you would like to. In my office we look to understand what challenges you are having, come up with the most likely reasons for these challenges, and work to fundamentally change or heal them, not learn to just better "cope" with them.

Psychotherapist

LIVE Wellness Center, Therapists

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

1335 Dublin Rd. Suite 205 C, Columbus, OH 43215

At LIVE we value individual psychotherapy as an important tool in improving mental health and wellness. Psychotherapy is the process in which the client explores their situation, moods, feelings, thoughts and behaviors. The client increases their understanding of themselves in order to learn to control thoughts, feelings, moods, and behaviors. Psychotherapy allows the client to take control of their inner self and increase positive coping skills. We have a client centered approach to psychotherapy, believing that the client is the expert in their own life. The therapist's role is to support the client in the exploration of their problem and in implementation of problem solving skills.

Psychotherapist

Connie Welsh, MA, PCC, BCN

Professional Clinical Counselor

3478 N. High Street, Columbus, OH 43214

I specialize in anxiety disorders. I am particularly excited about BAUD therapy for PTSD, phobias, social phobia, OCD and other anxiety issues. I have reduced flashbacks and nightmares due to PTSD and with only one session, a client with social phobia started talking to coworkers. If you can experience the fear by thinking about it I can reduce it and possibly eliminate it. Many times 4 or 5 sessions is all that is needed. This therapy is covered by insurance. I also do neurofeedback for anxiety. This is great for stabilizing emotions and helps with anxiety that you can not recreate like panic attacks.

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