Jill Trigg, LPCC
Jill Trigg, LPCC is a licensed professional, clinical counselor providing services to UC Blue Ash students. She became a licensed counselor by the State of Ohio in 2006, after graduating with her Bachelors in Psychology from The Ohio State University in 1994 and then her Masters in counseling from Heidelberg
University in 2006.
Once licensed, Jill began her impatient work in Delaware, Ohio, working with severe mentally ill adults. With time she made her way to Cincinnati, where she would change to work with adolescents in outpatient care. Then, Jill moved into crisis care, and became part of the county mobile crisis team. Today, Jill is an independently licensed counselor on the University Of Cincinnati Blue Ash campus. In addition, Jill works in Psychiatric care in the Cincinnati community.
I have worked directly with mental health in the community, worked closely with the juvenile and adult court system, foster care programs, crisis services, counsel for aging adults, hotline services and wrap around services.
My theoretical approach is CBT. (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy). My areas of competences include Child and Adolescent counseling, family counseling, mental health counseling, Crisis Counseling, Consultation, well as Independently Diagnoses and treatment of Mental and Emotional Disorders.
Carol Fischer LISW-S
Carol Fischer LISW-S is a licensed independent clinical SW with supervision designation. She has been independently licensed for 26 years. She has experience in both private practice and public mental health as well as child protection services. She has supervised a number of interns and clinicians and has worked with adults, children, adolescents and their families. She has done a great deal of work with trauma based therapy and is well versed in diagnosis and assessment. In the past 10 years much of her focus has been on dealing with adolescents, supervision of staff and GBLTQ clients and the GBLTQ community.
I have worked as a mental health therapist for the past 20 years. Most of my concentration has been on families, adolescents and young adults. My areas of expertise are adolescent mental health, anxiety, depression, self – mutilation (cutting ) and Bi-Polar Disorder. I have a great appreciation for adolescents especially and have experienced quite a bit of success in dealing with this population. My current focus continues to be adolescents and young adults but also GBLTQ and questioning clients. I have been told that I have a great understanding and sensitivity of this population and have worked quite well with them. I am currently very active in the GBLT Q community and have many resources and alliances there.
Richard Yarbrough, LPCC
Richard Yarbrough, LPCC has practiced counseling for many years. He specializes in anxiety and depression. He has worked closely with Psychiatrist in the past to coordinate care.
I treat children, families and adults. I am trained in behavioral medicine and several schools of energy psychology. I am studying interpersonal neurobiology and affect regulation theory. I can get a relatively fast resolution of uncomplicated PTSD and simple phobias. I like working with personality disorders and complicated diagnosis. I am up for a challenge.
Karly Holcombe, LSW
I am a licensed social worker for the State of Ohio (S. 1701746). I am licensed through the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB). I abide by the National Association of Social Worker’s (NASW) Code of Ethics. I am also a member of the NASW. I earned a Master’s degree from the University of Cincinnati in Social Work with a focus in Mental Health and Addictions. Previous to that I earned a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Northern Kentucky University. I have experience with the homeless population, early intervention, service coordination, wraparound services, and school-based services in Preschool, Elementary and High School. I have worked with all ages, socioeconomic backgrounds, ethnicities, cultures, disabilities, sexual orientation, and religious beliefs.
I have predominantly worked with individuals and families experiencing depression, anxiety and stress either in school, home and work environment, life transitions, and loss. The therapeutic atmosphere that I offer is providing a professional, safe, respectful, trustful environment where we can establish and build on developing rapport. When developing the therapeutic relationship there are several techniques that I will utilize in order to help the client with negative emotions, feelings, and behaviors. Those therapeutic modalities and treatment approaches may include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Play Therapy, Expressive Therapy, Narrative Therapy and Motivational Interviewing. Beginning the therapeutic relationship will also include an assessment and developing a treatment plan.
Elizabeth "Bess" Davisson-Odle, LPCC
Let's face it -- life is complicated. You may be facing relationship problems, career stress, life transitions, or you may be trying to heal from a traumatic event. I provide a safe space for clients to work through difficult and painful situations in order to improve their mental health and take steps toward achieving their goals.
I show compassion to my clients and use a non-judgmental, collaborative, strengths-based approach. I have years of experience treating PTSD, depression, anxiety and other disorders and use a combination of Person-Centered, Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral, Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapies. I also specialize in ART ( Accelerated Resolution Therapy).
Reaching out for help can be scary, but sometimes you have to feel the fear and do it anyway. If you feel that I would be a good fit for you, please contact me. I look forward to hearing from you!
I have been working in the mental health and substance abuse field since 2009. I am intuitive, empathic, and all I have endured will lend to any transformation, vision, and life you know you are capable of living.
I love a challenge and I have worked with diverse populations in a multitude of settings. My approach is strengths based, person & solution focused, cognitive behavioral, and I utilize any skill or technique that allows for accountability, growth, and understanding.
No matter what you are up against, where you are stuck, who you think you are or are not - we will start on a path towards active hope/faith, and you will start to believe you are not alone, you are worthy, and you are a unique, amazing soul!
Cynthia Chizewick, LISW-S, LICDC, GAMBp
The face of someone who looks for support-looks like mine. Sometimes it's struggling with anxiety or depression. Maybe diabetes and the toll the healthy management takes on your life. It could also look like a teen or young adult feeling stuck with so many opportunities in the world. It could look like someone who has lost their job or home and turned to Alcohol or something else to ease the pain. Or someone who just can't shake things they may or may not label as TRAUMA in their lives. More important than any of these situations, is the question: How do we regain CONTROL over Happiness and OUR own lives?
I believe in taking a holistic and collaborative approach. This means we work together, as a team to improve your whole life-not just your mental or emotional health. There are multiple ways we can go about finding this answer, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EFT, EMDR, Addiction models, Mindfulness-based modalities, Motivational Interviewing and, more.
I recently completed training to treat Problem Gambling which is a growing problem. I can work with you in person or through telehealth to address these issues. I also offer group treatment in person or virtually. Group dates vary so please contact me to get the most recent information.
I have been supporting individuals just like you for over 14 years. I am committed to helping people learn how to live their BEST lives! My practice focuses on targeting Anything that stands in your way of functioning as your Best self!
I am currently pursuing a master’s degree in clinical mental health Counseling at Walden University, with an expected graduation date of May 2024. I have a Counselor Trainee License with the State of Ohio. I received my Bachelor of Science in Psychology from The University of Central Florida in 2015. I am also a member of the Human Rights Campaign.
I have experience working with individuals and adolescents experiencing anxiety and depression, and/or stress from school, home, work environment, life transitions, and loss.
The therapeutic environment that I offer is safe, respectful, trustful, and free of judgement. Therapeutic treatment approaches I prefer to use are Person-Centered, Cognitive Behavioral, and Solution Focused Therapy.
Kennedy Heights Office
Valante' Jackson, LSW, LICDC-Sup
Valante’ D. Jackson, MSW,LSW,LICDC-CS has been servicing multiple populations for about 25 yrs and is also an instructor at Cincinnati State. I practice an individualized approach and offer home based therapy based on need. I also offer a flexible schedule for clients.
I work with children to geriatrics; specializing in substance abuse and mental health disorders. Well-rounded with medical Social Work, professional training, and Chemical Dependency license assistance and Supervision.
Take the first step and allow yourself to explore the best in you! One of my favorite sayings is “ change your patterns and you will get a different result”.
Denise Harris, LPC
Denise Harris, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor possessing over 20 years working with women, children and families. I have been practicing as a Licensed Professional Counselor since 2012.
Denise received her Bachelor of Science in Non-Profit Management from Cincinnati Christian University in 2008. Shortly thereafter she received her Master’s in Mental Health Counseling from Lindsey Wilson College in 2011.
As a Licensed Professional Counselor Denise has worked passionately in Community Based Settings with children, adolescents and adult women. she has gained much insight and experience working with children in foster care, school based mental health services and juvenile. Family therapy and parent support are of great interest to Denise as she believes if there is something going on within the family unit, everyone is being impacted.
Denise’s main areas of practice have been, Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, Bi-Polar Disorder, Trauma Related Diagnosis and Self-Esteem Related Issues.
Therapeutic Treatment Approach: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Solution Focused Therapy.