Mental Health Therapists and Counselors in Ohio

Mental Health Crisis Response in Ohio

Ohio’s Crisis Line is suitable for anyone who is experiencing a mental health crisis, and can be reached  at 330-296-3555. You may also text “4hope” to 741741. Alternatively, you may call the National Suicide Prevention hotline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). This line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The State of Mental Health in Ohio

Ohio currently ranks 17th in the United States for mental healthcare. Ohio’s Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services (OhioMHAS), is responsible for improving upon their current mental healthcare system, and for providing the resources necessary to build resilience in their communities. OhioMHAS determines the standard of care that all Ohio residents can expect when they seek treatment from a licensed counselor or therapist. Currently, the OhioMHAS is working towards becoming a national leader in implementing a “comprehensive, accessible, and quality-focused system of addiction and mental health care and wellness for all Ohio citizens.”

OhioMHAS ensures that all residents have access to the resources that promote their well-being and ability to prosper. This includes access to therapists, psychologists, and counselors throughout the state.  The issues on the forefront for OhioMHAS in 2020 include drug addiction, serious mental illness, trauma, depression and suicide risk, access to timely and coordinated crisis services, specific challenges involving the criminal justice system, and the impact of stigma on people living with mental illness and addiction.

For assistance in navigating treatment for substance abuse, call the Addiction Helpline at 330-678-3006.

If you are LGBTQ+ and you need support, contact The Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386.

NAMI Ohio

The National Alliance for Mental Illness, or NAMI, is open to anyone struggling with mental illness. NAMI is an inclusive and community-based resource geared towards raising awareness and supporting group members on their journey to recovery. With group counseling sessions led by a trained member with a diagnosis (past or present), meetings follow a set of 12 principles for support. NAMI meetings are meant to complement your existing treatment plan with your counselor or psychologist. There are many chapters of NAMI that meet in Ohio, including virtual meet-ups. Find yours here. 

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Therapists and Counselors in Ohio

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Lindsey Bachna
Together, we will:

Create a safe space to address needs both big and small.


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Together, we will:

Create a safe space to address needs both big and small.

Something to know about my approach is:

That I believe that each client is different and that therapy should be tailored to their specific needs.

FOCUS AREAS:
  • Couples issues
  • Couples Therapy
  • Depression
  • Generalized Anxiety
  • Loss & Grief
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Lindsey Bachna remote and phone therapy in Ohio
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trent morrow
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I try to incorporate different facets into my therapy. I like using pieces of the Enneagram to help me understand personality dynamics which helps the person I am working with begin to know their strengths and blind spots.


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I try to incorporate different facets into my therapy. I like using pieces of the Enneagram to help me understand personality dynamics which helps the person I am working with begin to know their strengths and blind spots.

Something to know about my approach is:

My passion is helping those with anxiety and depression, providing high-quality, effective, evidence-based treatment with children, adolescents and adults. Our practice uses an outside the box approach when it comes to therapy.

FOCUS AREAS:
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Depression
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trent morrow remote and phone therapy in Colorado, Indiana, New York, North Carolina, Ohio
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Tiffany Stock
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History Future goals Barriers Meditation Journaling Relaxation


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Together, we will:

History Future goals Barriers Meditation Journaling Relaxation

Something to know about my approach is:

I enjoy establishing rapport and always allow the client to talk about what is most important to them.

FOCUS AREAS:
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Death / Loss / Grief
  • Domestic Violence
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
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Tiffany Stock remote and phone therapy in Ohio, West Virginia
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Pamela Hanson
Together, we will:

I help you stop unproductive blaming, & identify & shift your own input in order to free yourself. Get unstuck & connect easily & joyfully with loved ones, while being more truly you, confidently navigating challenges & allowing your gifts to flow.


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Together, we will:

I help you stop unproductive blaming, & identify & shift your own input in order to free yourself. Get unstuck & connect easily & joyfully with loved ones, while being more truly you, confidently navigating challenges & allowing your gifts to flow.

Something to know about my approach is:

Be energized to be your best self, not drained & overwhelmed. Don't settle for the same old thing with partner, children, parents, colleagues/work, even systemic racism & injustice. It's the web of relationships that keeps us stuck.

FOCUS AREAS:
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Family/relationship issues
  • Relationship Counseling
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Pamela Hanson remote and phone therapy in Indiana, Ohio, Virginia
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Dave Payne
Together, we will:

Take a look at the thoughts and feelings that come up for you on an everyday basis. These thoughts and feelings are often overly self-critical, unrealistic, and unhelpful. We'll work on changing thought patterns to help you find achievable happiness.


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Together, we will:

Take a look at the thoughts and feelings that come up for you on an everyday basis. These thoughts and feelings are often overly self-critical, unrealistic, and unhelpful. We'll work on changing thought patterns to help you find achievable happiness.

Something to know about my approach is:

I'lI help you learn about the connection between your own thoughts (about events) and your resulting feelings/emotions, and how that may be affecting the way you react. I take a down-to-earth approach, being sure to find solutions that work for you.

FOCUS AREAS:
  • Adult ADHD
  • Anxiety
  • Couples Counseling
  • Depression
  • Relationship issues
  • Stress
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Dave Payne remote and phone therapy in Kentucky, Ohio