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ARIELLE BALLARD

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Languages: English

Treatment Approaches: Stress, Anxiety, Relationship, Self esteem, Depression, Addictions, LGBT, Family, Trauma and abuse, Grief, Intimacy-related, Eating, Parenting, Anger, Career, Bipolar, Non-religious, Teens, Liberal counselor, Counselor of color

Meghan Griffin

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Languages: English

Treatment Approaches: Stress, Anxiety, Relationship, Self esteem, Depression, LGBT, Family, Trauma and abuse, Grief, Intimacy-related, Sleeping, Parenting, Anger, Career, Bipolar, Non-religious, Liberal counselor

Julie Wrocklage

  • 6 years of Experience
  • United States
  • Columbus, Ohio
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Languages: English

Treatment Approaches: Attachment-based, Culturally Sensitive, Emotionally Focused, Humanistic, Narrative, Person-Centered (Rogerian), Relational

State Licenses: Missouri and Ohio

Joyce Parson

  • 22 years of Experience
  • United States
  • Huber Heights, Ohio
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Languages: English

Treatment Approaches: Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Eclectic, Mindfulness-based (MBCT)

State Licenses: Indiana and Ohio

Joyous Williams

  • 8 years of Experience
  • United States
  • Cleveland, Ohio
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Languages: English

Treatment Approaches: Art Therapy, Attachment-based, Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Culturally Sensitive, Eclectic, Existential, Expressive Arts, Family Systems, Feminist, Gestalt, Humanistic, Integrative, Mindfulness-based (MBCT), Motivational Interviewing, Multicultural, Narrative, Relational, Somatic, Transpersonal, Trauma Focused

State License: Ohio

Cori Brittain

Languages: English

Treatment Approaches: Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), EMDR, Family Systems, Play Therapy, Solution Focused Brief (SFBT), Trauma Focused

State Licenses: Florida and Ohio

Krysttel Stryczek

Languages: English

Treatment Approaches: Attachment-based, Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Emotionally Focused, Family / Marital, Family Systems, Gottman Method, Motivational Interviewing

State License: Ohio

Jessica Campbell

  • 20 years of Experience
  • United States
  • Cincinnati, Ohio
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Languages: English

Treatment Approaches: Attachment-based, Coaching, Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD), Eclectic, EMDR, Energy Therapy, Internal Family Systems (IFS), Meditation/Relaxation, Mindfulness Based Approaches, Spiritual Counseling

State Licenses: Kentucky and Ohio

Matt Stanley

Languages: English

Treatment Approaches: Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Dialectical (DBT), Psychodynamic, Psychological Testing and Evaluation

State License: Ohio

Ryan Witkowski

  • 10 years of Experience
  • United States
  • Northfield, Ohio
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Areas of focus: Addiction, ADHD, Alcohol Abuse, Anger Management, Anxiety, Attachment Disorders, Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality, Chronic Pain, Codependency, Coping Skills, Depression, Drug Abuse, Dual Diagnosis, Family Conflict, Infidelity, Interpersonal Relationships, Life Coaching, Life Transitions, Parenting, Personality Disorders, Relationship Issues, Self Esteem, Sexual Addiction, Sports Performance, Stress, Trauma / PTSD, Men's Issues

Languages: English

Treatment Approaches: Attachment-based, Biofeedback, Body Centered Psychotherapy, Coaching, Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Culturally Sensitive, Dialectical (DBT), Eclectic, EMDR, Emotionally Focused, Evaluation/Diagnostic, Existential, Gestalt, Humanistic, Integrative, Mindfulness-based (MBCT), Motivational Interviewing, Multicultural, Narrative, Person-Centered Therapy, Psychodynamic, Transpersonal

State License: Ohio

II. The Best Therapists in Cleveland, OH

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Online Therapy selected a list of 15 therapists based on eight key factors, including credentials, cost, specializations, and availability. These factors can make it easier to find quality mental health care at a fair price.

Betsie Saltzberg: MEd, Psy.D. | Best for young adults

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216-706-9176
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Dr. Betsie Saltzberg specializes in treating stress, depression, and anxiety in children and young adults, addressing a range of common underlying problems to get results. Through a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy, dream therapy, journaling, and many other techniques, she helps give children a sense of control and awareness over their feelings. She offers a number of subscription plans designed to meet many families’ budgets.

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Anxiety
Stress
Depression
NA Cost per Session: 2 60-minute sessions $380/month
4 60- minute sessions $720/month
4 60-minute sessions $950/month
No Yes

William Washington: M.A., LPCC | Best for life coaching

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216-307-6672
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William Washington offers a number of services, including individual and couples therapy, group therapy sessions, service workshops, and holistic services, to support his clients’ mental health. He uses a range of creative techniques to help his clients find direction in their lives, whether they are a veteran, belong to an LGBT community, or identify differently. William describes his lifestyle management services as community upliftment through individual enhancement.

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Life Coaching
Behavioral Issues
Substance Use
Anthem
BlueCross and BlueShield
CareSource
Cigna
Medicaid
Medical Mutual
Molina
Optum
UMR
UnitedHealthcare
Cost per Session:
Intake Sessions: $180 – Standardized Psychological assessments used to diagnose and provide treatment.
Standard Therapy 60-Minute Session: $140
Wellness Assessment: $65 – A questionnaire to help determine proper placement in care and support for overall wellness. A Lifestyle Manager will assist your goals.
Yes Yes

Meagan Prost: MA, LPCC-S, BC-TMH | Best for marital and premarital therapy

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216-570-6473
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Meagan Prost works with couples and individuals on a remote basis. She focuses on marital and premarital therapy, which is designed to help clients feel more connected through improved emotional (and physical) intimacy, manage conflict more effectively, and create a meaningful life together. After a thorough assessment, Meagan offers research-based interventions and tools as a Gottman-trained couples therapist. She also offers specialized care for partners feeling anxious about current and upcoming life transitions, couples struggling with conflict communication, and relationships that need help healing from past incidents, including an emotional or physical affair.

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Marital and Premarital
Relationship Issues
Stress
NA $140 for Individual Sessions (60 minutes)
$175 for Couples Sessions (1 hr and 15 min sessions)
Yes Yes

Rich Weisberg: Psy.D. | Best for anxiety

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216-291-1010
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Dr. Rich Weisberg works with his clients to help develop coping skills they can use to manage common feelings of anxiety, depression, and stress. His methods are all well-researched and proven effective for providing insight into his clients’ problems.

What patients say: “Dr. Weisberg is so caring and does above and beyond to find help. Very pleasant and easy to talk to. Very knowledgeable.”

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Depression
Anxiety
Relationship Issues
Cleveland Clinic Tier I Antares $35 co pay
Medical Mutual
Cost per Session: $220 No Yes

Sara Roth: Ph.D., IMFT-S, LPCC | Best for depression

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216-533-6330
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Sara Roth believes that therapy is a tool to manage the feelings of depression and anxiety that keep her clients from living their best lives. By identifying concrete goals and helping her clients systematically work through them, she helps them lead a more balanced life.

What patients say: “Sara is a highly effective therapist who continues to impress me with her knowledge and skills. She also goes the extra mile to get extra training to help her clients.”

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Relationship Issues
Anxiety
Depression
NA Cost per Session: $175 for a 50 minute session
$250 for a 90 minute session
No Yes

Kristine Jordan: LISWS | Best for trauma and PTSD

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216-666-5498
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Kristine Jordan has more than 20 years of experience using a multidisciplinary approach to treat individuals with a variety of mental health issues. In addition to trauma and PTSD, she also has experience working with clients experiencing addiction and depression. She is trained in EMDR, family systems therapy, and dialectical behavioral therapy, and she grounds her practice on a mindfulness-based perspective. Kristine accepts many major insurance providers, and she offers a sliding fee scale and remote services.

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Trauma and PTSD
Substance Use
Depression
Aetna
Behavioral Health Systems
CareSource
Cigna
MHN
Medical Mutual
Medicare
MultiPlan
Optum
UnitedHealthcare
Cost per Session: $250 Yes Yes

Jennifer L. Patterson: M.A., Psy.D.| Best for obsessive-compulsive disorder

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815-341-9872
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Dr. Jennifer Patterson is an expert in mindful living and using evidence-based treatment for mental health issues, such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, hoarding, emotional eating, and self-injury. Through a combination of dialectical behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and other modalities, she helps her patients live compassionately.

What patients say: “I love Dr. Patterson. After years of suffering with a misdiagnosis, she was able to properly diagnose me after one visit.”

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
Compulsive Hoarding
Depression
ALL PPO
BlueCross and BlueShield
Cigna
UnitedHealthcare
Cost per Session: $200 Yes Yes

Terence Rozzell: LICDC, LPC, LPCA | Best for addiction

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234-224-1492
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Terence Rozzell has been working with various groups and cultures for over 20 years, managing issues such as addiction, ADHD, and bipolar disorder. His addiction counseling services are ideal for those struggling with opiate, alcohol, methamphetamine, food, and sex addictions.

What patients say: “Terence is a very unique and rare person and an extremely skilled therapist, his passion and commitment to his clients is something I have rarely seen.”

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Addiction
ADHD
Bipolar Disorder
Aetna
Anthem
Blue Cross
Blue Shield
BlueCross and BlueShield
CareSource
Cigna
UnitedHealthcare
Cost per Session: $150 Yes Yes

Patrick Santilli: MEd, LPCC | Best for teletherapy

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440-271-3422
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Patrick Santilli provides quality teletherapy for issues relating to common life stressors, interpersonal conflicts, life transitions, and relationship issues. By working one-on-one with patients with a variety of problems, he is able to resolve issues for a more fulfilling life. He believes virtual therapy services can be an effective tool when used in combination with modalities, such as cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral, anxiety, and trauma therapy.

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Anxiety
Depression
Relationship Issues
NA Cost per Session: $135 Yes Yes

Shalonda D. Harris: Psy.M., LPCC-S | Best for women's issues

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216-798-4722
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Shalonda Harris works with clients from diverse backgrounds and understands that mental issues can affect any race, gender, age, or socioeconomic status. She works to ensure that all of her clients feel welcome in her space. Shalonda has experience working with children of all ages, making her a highly versatile resource. She offers a sliding fee scale and teletherapy services.

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Depression
Trauma and PTSD
Anxiety
Aetna
CareSource
Cigna
Medicaid
Medical Mutual
Molina
Optum
UnitedHealthcare
Cost per Session: $150 Yes Yes

Ellen F. Casper: Ph.D. | Best for divorce coaching

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216-464-4243
Website

Dr. EllenCasper has more than 30 years of experience helping both couples and individuals work through eating disorders, relationships, and other issues. She offers specialized divorce coaching, which can help manage the psychological aspects of divorce for the whole family.

What patients say: “The doctor I work with has helped me tremendously through highs and lows. Very pleased with how I am valued and taken cared of.”

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Anxiety
Depression
Relationship Issues
Aetna
Antares Cleveland Clinic Health Plan
Anthem
Beacon
Behavioral Health Systems
BlueCross and BlueShield
Cigna
ComPsych
Coventry
Great-West Life
Guardian
Horizon Healthcare
Humana
Kaiser (Out-of-Network)
MHN
Magellan
Medical Mutual
UnitedHealthcare
Cost per Session: $130 No Yes

Mary Cassidy: LPCC, ATR| Best for developmental disorders

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440-305-7515
Website

Mary Cassidy runs a community wellness practice that focuses on creating a therapeutic relationship through movement, energy work, yoga, and other modalities. Her long-term goals with her patients center on dismantling systems of oppression both inside and outside of themselves, and she achieves this through a creative approach to healing.

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Trauma and PTSD
Developmental Disorders
Dissociative Disorders
NA Not Provided Yes Yes

Nancy Anne: LPC | Best for grief

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216-261-8005
Website

Nancy Anne teaches her clients to use compassionate communication skills to connect meaningfully with those around them and to resolve issues that affect individuals and couples. When managing loss, she provides practical solutions that can help with every stage of the grieving process.

What patients say: “I believe Nancy is one of the best therapists around. I’ve been with her for two years now and I can say without a doubt that she is the one.”

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Relationship Issues
Spirituality
Grief
Aetna
Beacon
Cigna
Medical Mutual
UnitedHealthcare
Cost per Session: $100 Yes Yes

Matthew Lachman: MEd, M.S., LPCC | Best for sex therapy

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216-870-7510
Website

Matthew Lachman seeks to promote nurturing sex positivity and inclusivity in a safe environment where you can explore your feelings. He takes a feminist approach to his work and incorporates elements of acceptance and commitment therapy into his sessions.

What patients say: “He is one of the only ones who I feel actually cares about what I am going through and is seriously trying to help me. I would recommend him to anyone in a heartbeat.”

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Gay
Sex Therapy
Anxiety
BlueCross and BlueShield
Buckeye
CareSource
Cigna
Medicaid
Medical Mutual
Mutual Health Services
Optum
UMR
UnitedHealthcare
Cost per Session: $150 Yes Yes

Ashley Grinonneau-Denton: Ph.D., PCC-S, IMFT-S, CSTS | Best for relationship counseling

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216-200-7928
Website

Ashley Grinonneau-Denton offers therapy for individuals and couples who are experiencing difficulties in their relationships. Her approach considers sex, gender, and other issues to help patients view their relationship in a positive light.

What patients say: “Ashley is not a bystander, she gets right in there with you and she challenged us and supported us and cared.”

Specializations Insurance Cost Sliding scale Remote services
Sex Therapy
Relationship Issues
Marital and Premarital
CareSource
GEHA
Medical Mutual
MultiPlan
Optum
UMR
UnitedHealthcare
Cost per Session:
Individual Therapy: $175
Couples and Family Therapy: $285
Yes Yes

III. What You Should Know About Cleveland Therapy

How are Cleveland therapists licensed?

Therapists in Ohio have a number of requirements to fulfill before they are licensed. They must complete a master’s degree in a clinical mental health program, addiction counseling program, or clinical rehabilitation program. Then, they must complete the national counselor’s examination. If they wish to earn their LPCC license, they also need to complete at least 3,000 hours of supervised work.

How much does therapy cost in Cleveland?

On average, one 50-minute therapy session costs around $170 in Cleveland. This price can range anywhere from $100-$220 per session, depending on the therapist and the type of care you’re seeking. With a sliding fee scale, this cost can be reduced significantly. Most Cleveland therapists are covered by a range of insurance providers, although not all of them are, so it’s always a good idea to ask first.

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Caitlin Kingston is a licensed clinical social worker at Yale New Haven Hospital and has worked in the field since 2013. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Penn State University and her Master of Social Work, clinical/medical social work in 2020 from Fordham University. Her licenses and certifications include LCSW, LMSW, and CASAC.

Kingston has always had a passion for helping others and knew early on that she wanted to support others in her profession. During her undergraduate studies at Penn State, she met a social worker who inspired her to pursue a career as a therapist. She’s also trained in psychoanalytic psychotherapy with the New York School for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Kingston completed internships working in an after-school program with underprivileged youth and their families and with inmates in the high-security sector of Rikers Island jail.

Kingston’s career has included work at a drug treatment center, where she became the supervisor of intake and assessment for individuals with alcohol and substance use disorders. Today, she’s a social worker in the Psychiatric Observation Unit of the emergency department. Kingston is also trained in perinatal mental health with a focus on helping new mothers adjust to motherhood, especially in these very difficult times of isolation.

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Caitlin Kingston is a licensed clinical social worker at Yale New Haven Hospital and has worked in the field since 2013. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Penn State University and her Master of Social Work, clinical/medical social work in 2020 from Fordham University. Her licenses and certifications include LCSW, LMSW, and CASAC.

Kingston has always had a passion for helping others and knew early on that she wanted to support others in her profession. During her undergraduate studies at Penn State, she met a social worker who inspired her to pursue a career as a therapist. She’s also trained in psychoanalytic psychotherapy with the New York School for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Kingston completed internships working in an after-school program with underprivileged youth and their families and with inmates in the high-security sector of Rikers Island jail.

Kingston’s career has included work at a drug treatment center, where she became the supervisor of intake and assessment for individuals with alcohol and substance use disorders. Today, she’s a social worker in the Psychiatric Observation Unit of the emergency department. Kingston is also trained in perinatal mental health with a focus on helping new mothers adjust to motherhood, especially in these very difficult times of isolation.

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