"My approach to helping individuals and couples is a person-centered approach. We will work collaboratively at a pace that you are ready, willing, and abl
"What holds you back from true happiness? Do you worry so much that it steals your joy? Are you so exhausted that happiness seems like it would take too mu
"Therapy is based on the premise that everyone has the innate capacity to heal. It is my role to be a guide, and to support and encourage healing. I have be
"New skills, self-awareness, and growth into your full potential are my wishes for you. This must be paired with less anguish and emotional pain, which is n
"I believe in providing a safe and non-judgmental space where clients can share their deepest hurts and worries. My approach to counseling is eclectic and
"I am a compassionate and careful listener. It has taken courage to take the step to seek the involvement of someone else to work on something that is impor
"I believe in a person's natural ability to transform and heal given the proper environment where they can feel safe to explore what's going on in their int
"Working with individuals who are interested in healing, change, and personal growth is an honor, and I choose to see the potential, rather than the patholo
"Are you hurting? Feeling overwhelmed and lost, hopeless? Therapy CAN help. Therapy is appropriate for people struggling with life issues such as stress
"I am a licensed professional clinical counselor who graduated with a master's degree in clinical mental health counseling from the University of Dayton. I
It’s normal to experience mental health issues and relationship problems. Talking to a licensed therapist can help. Therapy can teach you more about yourself and your mental health concerns in a healing way. Many therapies are evidence-based and have been proven effective.
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Columbus is the seat of Franklin County and the capital city of Ohio. The city’s borders have expanded into Fairfield and Delaware counties. Columbus has a land area of 217 square miles. The city was named after Christopher Columbus and incorporated in 1834.
Columbus has a population of 860,000 people. The ethnic composition of the population is 58% white, 28% black, 6% Hispanic, and 5% Asian. From 2010 to 2016, the number of residents increased by 9%. More than 41,400 military veterans live in Columbus.
Roughly 12% of people in the city are foreign-born. Fifteen percent of residents speak a foreign language at home. In Columbus, 32,500 people speak Spanish, 22,900 speak an African language, and 8,100 speak Chinese.
Roughly 35% of residents over the age of 25 have earned a bachelor’s degree. The median household income in Columbus is $47,200. Twenty-one percent of residents live below the poverty line.
Franklin County and the state of Ohio are currently experiencing an opioid crisis. A reported 4,329 Ohio residents died by drug overdose in 2016—a 24% increase. Ohio had the second highest death rate in the nation. Franklin County recently joined a federal lawsuit against opioid manufacturers and distributors for allegedly contributing to the crisis.
Food insecurity in Columbus may also contribute to mental health issues. In a study conducted by researchers at Ohio State University, 32% of participating households qualified as “food insecure.” Residents who struggled to access food tended to have higher levels of anxiety and depression.