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Individual, Marital, & Family Therapy

What to expect


Therapy sessions typically last 45 minutes and usually occur once per week, although some appointments may be more or less frequent as needed.  Because therapy is different for everyone, the duration can vary greatly based on needs and progress. 


Types of Therapy


Our providers enjoy providing individual, marital, family, and group therapy and look forward to working with you and/or others in your family.  There are many different theoretical orientations and approaches to therapy based on a therapist’s training, beliefs, and preferences.  Some of the most common include: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, Play Therapy, Art Therapy, and much more.  


Our Approach


Our providers’ primary orientation is based on Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), which involves understanding the cyclical relationship between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors and enacting change where needed to break the negative cycle causing your distress.  CBT has been proven to be a very effective form of therapy for most mental health problems.  However, every individual is unique and presents with different needs and personality characteristics.  Therefore, our providers also draw upon other modalities of therapy when necessary, as we believe that flexibility is essential in order to maximize treatment efficacy.

You can also find other providers in the area by searching Psychology Today,  MindPeace Cincinnati, or The Cincinnati Academy of Professional Psychology. 

  The specialties of our providers include:  

Behavior Problems (including but not limited to):

    Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder 

    Oppositional Defiant Disorder

    Conduct Disorder

    Developmental Mood Dysregulation Disorder


    Lack of adherence to medical regimen


Family Challenges (including but not limited to:)

    Parenting challenges

    Communication problems

    Adjusting to a medical diagnosis


Marital Therapy


Social Skills Development


Anxiety (including but not limited to):

    Generalized Anxiety Disorder

    Test/Performance Anxiety

    Social Anxiety

    Panic Attacks

    Trauma/Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder 

    Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

    Specific Phobias


Depression (including but not limited to:)

    Major Depression

    Loss or grief

    Low self-esteem

    Low self-confidence

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