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This directory was created to provide families in the Dayton region with access to mental health resources within their own community. Please note that this list does not represent an endorsement by Dayton Children's of any individual provider or agency.

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Alternative Behavioral Services, Dr. Thomas Hall, PhD, Social Worker and Counselor, Intervention Specialist for Learning Disabilities

Dr. Thomas Hall provides assessments for ADHD, Autism, learning disabilities, eating disorders, depression/anxiety, counseling with parents and coordinating with the schools; Oppositional Defiance Disorder, and counseling services. All therapy us based on the Family Based Model. All major insurances accepted. However, no Medicaid or Medicare is accepted.

Address

2050 North Eastown Rd., Lima, OH, 45807
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Conditions treated

Abuse and Neglect, ADHD, Anxiety, Behavioral Problems, Bullying, Depression, Eating Disorders, Family and School Issues, Grief and Loss, Self-esteem, Substance Abuse, Trauma

Services offered

Counseling, Psychological Assessment/Testing

Age of patients seen

5-9, 10-12, 13 and up

Andrew Colvin, Ph.D., Cheryl Colvin, Ph.D.

Andrew Colvin, Ph.D., Cheryl Colvin, Ph.D., provides the following services to children and adolescents:
Diagnostic services and recommendations for effective treatment, detailed learning profiles for students who are struggling academically, coping strategies that help families to meet life's challenges, provides a place for personal growth and to build self-confidence, and provides close coordination of care with other professionals as needed. Cognitive-behavioral or ACT therapy is typically used as well. 
Please contact this agency to confirm that your insurance policy is accepted. For more information, please visit their website.

Address

7650 Rivers Edge Dr., Suite 140, Columbus, OH, 43235
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Conditions treated

Abuse and Neglect, ADHD, Anxiety, Behavioral Problems, Bullying, Depression, Eating Disorders, Family and School Issues, Grief and Loss, Self-esteem, Substance Abuse, Trauma

Services offered

Counseling, Neuropsychological Testing

Age of patients seen

5-9, 10-12, 13 and up

Anna Oparah Counseling

Anna Oparah Counseling provides counseling services for children and adolescents with various mental health conditions. Faith-based/spiritual counseling is also available if desired. She accepts the following insurances: Aetna, Medical Mutual and Tricare. For more information please visit her website.

Address

15 W. Main St., P.O. Box 923, Tipp City, OH, 45371
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Conditions treated

Abuse and Neglect, Anxiety, Behavioral Problems, Bullying, Depression, Eating Disorders, Family and School Issues, Grief and Loss, Self-esteem, Trauma

Services offered

Counseling

Age of patients seen

Under 5, 5-9, 10-12, 13 and up

Antoinette Cordell & Associates

Cordell & Associates provides psychology services to children ages 4 and older with various mental health conditions.  The center accepts most major insurances, as well as Medicaid HMO's, including Caresource and Molina, Buckeye, and Amerigroup.

Address

5045 N. Main St., Dayton, OH, 45415
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Conditions treated

Abuse and Neglect, ADHD, Anxiety, Behavioral Problems, Bullying, Depression, Eating Disorders, Family and School Issues, Grief and Loss, Learning disabilities, Self-esteem, Substance Abuse, Trauma

Services offered

Counseling, Psychological Assessment/Testing

Age of patients seen

Under 5, 5-9, 10-12, 13 and up

ASAP - Adolescent Substance Abuse Programs, Inc.

ASAP, Adolescent Substance Abuse Programs, is dedicated to providing professional, ethical, and caring outpatient treatment for substance abuse in a family centered environment. ASAP works with adolescents, ages 15-19.

The following services are provided.

Choices Program (not as intensive) Designed for adolescents who are using occasionally. Parents may be worried with who pt. is hanging around with. This program is 1x a week for 4 weeks.

TRP Program: Intensive outpatient program, 3 days a week for 3 hours each time. Typically there are 24 sessions total, but they may customize depending on the individual pt. 
This program runs from 3:30-6:30 through the week, Saturdays and Sundays, from 9-12.

Continuing Care: Once the adolescent has graduated, they can come back 1x per week, an hour at a time, for approx. 6 months, or whatever the patient needs (for follow up). 
Initial patient background forms can be completed during the patient's initial visit.

ASAP accepts all private insurances. Medicaid is not accepted. For more information, please visit their website.

Address

9403 Kenwood Rd., C-111, Cincinnati, OH, 45242
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Conditions treated

Substance Abuse

Services offered

Counseling

Age of patients seen

13 and up

Aspen Family Center

The Aspen Family Center provides children and adolescents, Neurofeedback and Attachment Therapy, as well as counseling for various mental health conditions. Most private insurances are accepted, excluding Medicaid.

Address

317 E. Poplar St., Sidney, OH, 45365
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Conditions treated

Abuse and Neglect, ADHD, Anxiety, Behavioral Problems, Bullying, Depression, Family and School Issues, Grief and Loss, Self-esteem, Trauma

Services offered

Counseling, Psychological Assessment/Testing

Age of patients seen

Under 5, 5-9, 10-12, 13 and up