Takeaway: Whether you’re struggling with problems in your romantic relationship, challenges in your family dynamic, or need help healing from trauma, we’re here to help. Our Cincinnati therapists provide a range of different services in order to help you and your loved ones thrive. Reach out today to get started!
Meet our top-rated Cincinnati therapists
We believe that the therapeutic relationship is one of the most essential parts of therapy. Meet each of our therapists in Cincinnati below so you can get a sense of who you might work best with.
Kylie is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Ohio. She offers in-person sessions at our office in Cincinnati. Kylie enjoys helping adolescents, adults, couples, and families using a variety of therapeutic methods, including emotionally focused therapy (EFT), eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EMDR), and many more.
Yvonne is an Independent Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist. She offers telehealth sessions for those located in the greater Cincinnati area. Yvonne is passionate about helping both individuals and couples identify the barriers that hold them back and find creative ways to work through them. Some of Yvonne’s top specialties include relationship difficulties, trauma, and personality disorders such as borderline personality disorder (BPD).
Courtney is a Marriage and Family Therapy trainee working under the supervision of Yvonne Judge. She offers telehealth sessions for those located in the greater Cincinnati area. Courtney helps individuals, couples, and families using approaches like the Gottman Method, EFT, solution-focused brief therapy (SFT), and more.
Therapy services we offer
Our Cincinnati therapists provide a number of different services. Take a look at how we can help you and your loved ones.
Our training as marriage and family therapists has given us a rich understanding of how relationships work. Using approaches like the Gottman method and EFt, we help couples identify and work through their issues so they can feel closer than ever. Our couples therapy services are a good fit for couples experiencing infidelity, communication problems, life challenges, sexual issues, and more.
We know that relationship issues can also extend to the family unit. Together, we can help you and your family members work through whatever challenges you’re facing. Whether you’re navigating the stressors of a blended family, want to build communication skills, or have a family member who’s experiencing mental health issues, our family therapy services can help.
Our team of mental health professionals also offer individual therapy. We’re trained in EMDR therapy and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), two methods that are commonly used to treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Our therapists can help you find relief from mental health symptoms by building insight, learning new coping skills, and more.
Hypnosis, also called hypnotherapy, can help people make rapid progress toward their treatment goals. We use hypnosis to help our clients heal from anxiety, depression, PTSD, and more.
Issues with intimacy can have a profound impact on your mental health, self-esteem, and relationships. Sex therapy can help you work through these challenges, whether you’re currently single or want to attend sessions with your partner.
Why choose Columbus Therapy & Hypnosis for therapy in Cincinnati, OH
We know that you have options when it comes to choosing the best therapist in Cincinnati for your needs. Here are a few reasons to consider working with us.
We’re relationship experts.
Since we’re all trained in marriage and family therapy, we’re well-versed in the intricacies of relationships. Whether you’re struggling with romantic relationship difficulties, conflict within your family unit, or want to improve your relationship with yourself, we’re here to help.
We offer a range of services to best fit your needs.
We believe that therapy is most effective when each client’s treatment plan is tailored to their unique preferences, needs, values, and goals. We’re trained in many different methods and provide a range of therapy services so we can make sure that you’re getting exactly what you need to thrive.
We provide both virtual and in-person therapy.
We also believe that you should have a choice over where you’d like to attend therapy. We offer in-person services at our offices in Cincinnati, OH, and in Worthington (just outside of Columbus). We also provide online therapy for people across the entire state of Ohio.
When to consider working with a different practice
While we want to reach as many people in Ohio as possible, we also want you to get the mental health care you need. Here are some signs that a different practice might be a better fit.
You need free therapy.
We acknowledge that cost factors can make it difficult for some people to access mental health counseling. Unfortunately, we’re unable to offer no-cost therapy at this time. However, we are in-network with a variety of different insurance companies, and our therapists also offer limited sliding-scale spots for those who qualify. Contact us to learn more.
You’re located outside of Ohio.
Our therapists are licensed in the state of Ohio, and licensing requirements prevent us from helping people who are located outside the state. However, if you live in a different state, like Kentucky or Indiana, and commute to Cincinnati for work, we can see you at our Cincinnati office or virtually during your lunch break or after work (as long as you’re physically in the state at the time of the appointment).
You’re looking for a service we don’t offer.
While we strive to provide as many service options as possible, we know that some issues or needs may fall outside our scope of practice. For example, we don’t provide group therapy or intensive outpatient treatment. If you’re not sure whether we can help you, we invite you to reach out for more information.
FAQs about working with a therapist in Cincinnati, OH
What is the difference between therapy and counseling?
The terms “therapy” and “counseling” are often used interchangeably.
There are a lot of different mental health terms that can be confusing if you’re new to the therapy world. For example, some people might not know that there are different types of therapists, including marriage and family therapists, clinical social workers, psychologists, and more.
If you have more questions about therapy, we invite you to contact us directly. We also offer free 15-minute consultations with the therapist of your choice so you can get a sense of whether we’re the right fit for you.
How do I know if I need a therapist?
There is no right or wrong time to seek therapy. If you’re at all interested, we encourage you to try it!
While each person’s experience is unique, there are many common situations that lead a person to pursue therapy. Here are just a few.
- Relationship difficulties with their romantic partner, including trust issues, communication problems, intimacy issues, and more
- Changes in family dynamics due to divorce, mental health issues, and more
- Difficulty regulating emotions
- Major life changes or stressors
- Mental health issues like anxiety, depression, borderline personality disorder, eating disorders, and more
This isn’t an exhaustive list. If you’re struggling with a problem that’s not listed here, mental health care can still help.
Is therapy worth it?
Yes! While it might feel like you’ll never be able to work through the challenges you’re facing, we know that it is possible. We’ve seen how therapy has helped our own clients firsthand, and it can help you, too.
Connect with one of our therapists in Cincinnati today.
Ready to finally get the support you’ve been looking for? We’re here to help. Whether you’re struggling with low self-esteem, relationship issues, mental health challenges, or other concerns, our compassionate therapists can help you find relief.