Counseling Services for Families in Ohio | OhioGuidestone
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Mental Health and Counseling Treatment Services


Mental Health and Counseling Treatment Services

Our Mental Health and Counseling Treatment Services use innovative intervention methods to treat children, youth, adults and families experiencing mental health concerns. Assessments determine how to approach treatment based on individual needs.

For more information, please call 844-6CALLOG (844.622.5564).

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)

Psychiatric services are available for individuals who require additional medical support, beyond counseling, to deal with life’s challenges. Our psychiatrist and nurse practitioner help improve functioning through counseling and medication that is monitored closely throughout the treatment process.

Autism Treatment Services

OhioGuidestone offers assessment and treatment for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), using the evidence-based PLAY Project treatment model to engage parents and children in the home to build social and emotional skills and reach their full potential.

Home-Based Counseling

OhioGuidestone’s unique, home-based counseling services offer intervention for families who need intensive child, youth, adult or family counseling, delivered in the family home. Our counselors work with individuals on a wide range of concerns including mental health issues, family communication, anger management, parent-child conflict, behavioral problems, alcohol and drug addiction, effective parenting, and more.

Juvenile Justice Programming

Our Juvenile Justice programs aim to divert troubled or unruly youth from official court proceedings by helping them develop improved social skills through counseling and other supportive services. Our services are provided either in the community or the home and range from case management and counseling to specialized treatment approaches for substance abuse and significant family conflict. By addressing these issues at an early age, further Juvenile Court intervention is less likely.

Maternal Depression

Our Maternal Depression services are offered in the family home to pregnant and postpartum women of all ages who are struggling with depression or anxiety as a result of the recent changes in their lives. Our experienced mental health professionals help empower pregnant and parenting mothers and promote healthy mother-child bonding to new moms who may be struggling as a result of the recent changes in their lives. This approach helps moms build a support system within the family and the community.

Outpatient (Office-Based) Counseling

We provide personalized, professional services at our conveniently located outpatient counseling offices to address a wide range of issues including parent-child conflict, marriage or relationship problems, anxiety and stress management, depression, grief, loss, abuse, victimization, drug and alcohol addiction and other mental health concerns.

Psychiatric Services

Psychiatric services are available for individuals who require additional medical support, beyond counseling, to deal with life’s challenges. Our psychiatrist and nurse practitioner help improve functioning through counseling and medication that is monitored closely throughout the treatment process.

Psychological Services

OhioGuidestone provides psychological assessment and intervention with children, adults and families.

Residential Treatment Services

Located in Berea, Ohio, our residential treatment campus offers a variety of programs for children who have experienced extreme abuse, trauma or neglect in their young lives. Children residing on our campus work through past trauma and strengthen their social skills so that they can safely return to the community.

Available by county referral from all counties throughout the state of Ohio. For more information, please call 844-6CALLOG (844.622.5564).

School-Based Services

Our School Services program works with children and adolescents to provide mental health and other support services in the school environment, family home or a community setting. Innovative programming is custom designed to meet the needs of each school and can include individual, group, parent and family services.

Our mental health professionals provide behavioral health assistance within the school setting, allowing them the opportunity to consult with teachers and other school professionals to help track the client’s progress. Our counselors also maintain connections with parents and families to help keep the families connected to the child’s academic environment. A variety of counseling services are available based on the needs of the client and family.

Telehealth is also available.


OhioGuidestone offers Telehealth as a complement to our in-person counseling services. Telehealth increases access to care by overcoming barriers to services, such as access to reliable transportation, scheduling conflicts, needing to take time off work, etc. Telehealth services use online videoconferencing technology, much like Skype or FaceTime, to connect individuals to the help they need—anytime, anywhere. OhioGuidestone utilizes a HIPAA-compliant hardware and software platform that meets all state and federal laws and regulations for confidentiality and privacy.

Integrated Treatment Services

Our integrated treatment service works with individuals to overcome co-occurring substance abuse and mental/behavioral health problems. Our therapists and other service providers are trained in both mental health and chemical dependency.

Prevent Relapse Occurrence Team with Enhanced Case management (PROTECT) Therapy Services

PROTECT is designed to work with juveniles with sexual behavior problems who are staying in or returning to the community. PROTECT is a highly structured and efficient program set up in three distinct phases that address education, safety planning and identified risk factors along with the primary mental health concerns.

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