Offering innovative and evidence-based treatment services for stress, anxiety, depression, life changes, low self-esteem, family and relationship difficulties.
Located in Downtown Cincinnati, Flourish Psychotherapy offers convenient and flexible therapy options, including in-office, walk and talk, and tele-therapy services. Currently accepting new clients, both daytime and evening appointments available.
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Psychotherapy services delivered in an office based setting. Psychotherapy is a collaborative process to reach greater contentment and happiness. Through this journey, you’ll learn effective ways to cope with life’s challenges – helping you create a more balanced life.
Family or Couple’s focused psychotherapy services delivered in an office based setting. Family therapy can assist families to successfully work through challenges such as marriage, divorce, death, infidelity or other issues that may arise. Through psychotherapy, families can learn how to communicate more effectively and improve overall relationship satisfaction.
Walk and Talk Therapy is a unique form of therapy that combines traditional psychotherapy with the physical exercise of walking. This form of therapy combines walking and counseling to strengthen the connection between the mind and the body.
Eco-Therapy integrates traditional therapy with a belief that time spent in nature can have a positive impact on mental health and general well-being. Services are typically conducted outdoors and are provided at various locations throughout Cincinnati.
Web-based individual psychotherapy treatment services. Similar to office-based individual psychotherapy services, however you can be located anywhere, the session performed through a secure HIPPA compliant video chat.
All psychotherapy services last approximately 50 minutes. Longer or shorter appointment times can be arranged. Self-pay, Insurance and EAPs (Employee Assistance Programs) accepted.
Stacey’s passion for psychotherapy comes from a belief that all humans need to feel connected and supported, she has chosen and believes that psychotherapy is how she can provide that support to others as they navigate life’s challenges and helping them find their own purpose and meaning in life. Stacey believes in meeting clients where they are, recognizing the individual needs and establishing a supportive relationship that encourages positive growth and change. She has worked for seven years in a variety of settings, including schools, hospitals, and outpatient settings; working with children, adolescents, adults, and families.
Stacey bases her approach to treatment on Person Centered theories, recognizing the individual and providing positive regard in treatment, as well as Existential styles of therapy, helping individuals find meaning and purpose in their life. Stacey utilizes interventions from a variety of approaches, including cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral, as well as solution focused and mindfulness practices. Additionally, Stacey believes in finding and utilizing creative approaches to meeting individual needs and has developed an interest in how people respond to the natural environment, utilizing eco-therapy as a tool to bring nature-based elements into treatment.
Stacey is a mother of two and enjoys spending time with her family. She enjoys photography, biking, hiking, traveling, camping, and exploring the great outdoors. In her spare time, she also leads nature based play classes to children and families in her community.
Jason’s excitement for psychotherapy comes from his hope to help individuals find their best possible life. He starts with an understanding that we all have unique challenges and obstacles to face. He acknowledges the complex difficulties of life while holding a strong belief in the resilient nature of all humans. Jason believes a strong therapeutic relationship is vital for psychotherapy to be effective. Jason has provided counseling to children, adolescents, adults and couples for almost six years. He has provided therapy in community agencies, hospital and outpatient settings and currently works as an Employee Assistance Counselor.
Jason bases his approach to psychotherapy on Carl Rogers Person Centered theory, which focuses on helping individuals reach self-actualization. Self-actualization is living in a healthy psychological state with our self. Jason utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy and Mindfulness practices. Jason provides encouragement and support as any change can be difficult and stressful. He offers a safe, respectful and open environment to explore yourself, your dreams and your opportunities for growth and discovery.
When not working, I love to travel and have made several trips around Europe. I study German and would love to be fluent one day. I also enjoy reading and play with my two dogs Brutus and Luther.
Casey’s passion in psychotherapy is to extend an understanding of empathy and self-love and acceptance. Casey uses psychotherapy to help individuals recognize their potential and enjoys the challenging journey each person embarks on. Through her calming presence and sense of humor, she offers a realistic approach to care that often invites introspection and comfortability.
Casey views counseling as a positive outlet to explore strengths and to challenge oneself to grow and change. Casey works primarily from a cognitive behavioral standpoint, addressing how thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are all interconnected. She places an emphasis on mindfulness, as she believes being grounded in the present moment allows a person to experience life more fully. Casey uses Gestalt techniques to aid her practice by teaching others how to experience feelings genuinely and without reserve.
Outside of work, I enjoy rock climbing, yoga, and backpacking. I love to travel and am always on the search for delicious vegan food.
Laurie’s love for psychotherapy stems from her innate fascination with the complexities of human behavior, emotions and cognition. Laurie’s belief in the power of therapy, as a vehicle to help individuals’ preserver through life’s changes and challenges, lead her to becoming a psychotherapist. Laurie has been providing psychotherapy services for the past four years and has worked with many individuals, couples and families experiencing a variety of struggles
Lauren approaches counseling with a passion for helping individuals to identify and utilize their innate strengths. Laurie’s treatment philosophy is based highly upon the work of existentialist Viktor Frankl, believing strongly that life has meaning even in the most difficult of circumstances. Laurie seeks to aid clients in finding their meaning, while using concrete skill based interventions to empower them. Laurie primarily utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy and Solution Focused Therapy, as well as Gestalt, Family Systems, strength based and creative interventions to enhance her work.
Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my family and my pets. I enjoy long walks around my neighborhood, baking breads and desserts, and comedy of any sort.