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Catholic Charities Counseling & Treatment Services
In your time of need, Catholic Charities Counseling is here to provide help and create hope for those in Wayne County, Ohio. We now offer professional, affordable telehealth counseling by computer, smartphone, or a simple phone call.
Our licensed and highly trained counselors will walk you through how to cope with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and any addiction concerns. We offer individual counseling, family and couples counseling, children and teen counseling, and substance use counseling. Learn more about each service and how we can help below.
Call our office to set up an appointment or fill out our contact form, and a friendly staff member will contact you in 24 business hours.
Do you constantly feel sad, anxious, or even “empty”? Do you feel like you’re worthless or helpless? Have you lost interest or pleasure in activities and hobbies that you used to enjoy? Do you feel like you have trouble concentrating, remembering information, or making decisions? If you are experiencing many of these symptoms, you may have depression. Our counselors are prepared to assist you in finding the appropriate treatment course to improve your present situation.
Do you experience extended feelings of worry, fear, or irritability? Do you feel tense or overwhelmed for long periods of time? Occasional anxiety is an expected part of life, but for a person with an anxiety disorder, the anxiety does not go away, gets worse over time, and interferes with their daily life. If you are experiencing these symptoms, our highly trained staff can assist you in finding the appropriate course of treatment to cope with and manage your anxiety.
Have you recently lost a loved one, a relationship, or a job? Grief is a normal part of coping with a loss, but for some people, it can be far more serious and can require professional help to overcome. Our counselors are available to assist you navigate your loss and find the appropriate course of treatment to improve your current situation.
Are you experiencing negative feelings or stress due in part to caring for someone who is elderly or has a chronic illness? The emotional experiences involved with providing care to others can strain even the most capable person. Are you experiencing feelings of anger, anxiety, sadness, isolation, exhaustion, or guilt for having these feelings? Catholic Charities can assist in developing coping techniques to effectively deal with caregiver stress and prevent burnout.
Have you experienced or been a victim of a traumatic event? Most people have intense responses immediately following a traumatic event, sometimes lasting for several weeks. These responses generally lessen with time, but in some cases, the stressful thoughts and feelings after a trauma continue and begin to interfere with everyday life. If you would like assistance in coping with this stress, Catholic Charities is prepared to work with you to improve your quality of life.
Does your relationship feel strained? Are differences in views about finances, child discipline, career goals, or physical intimacy creating relationship tension? At Catholic Charities, we desire to restore harmony in your home. Our counselors work with families and couples to find the appropriate treatment course to address relationship concerns, improve communication methods and develop coping skills.
Are the stressors of life negatively impacting your relationship? How these concerns are addressed can either reduce or magnify the tensions caused by the initial problem. Catholic Charities is ready to help you explore your patterns of communication to create a plan to improve your relationship.
Are you or have you been the victim of domestic violence? Does this impact your current relationship or daily life? Catholic Charities desires to help you navigate the complex issues related to abuse and the impact it may have on your relationships and quality of life.
Is your child being bullied by their peers? Bullying can cause depression, anxiety, increased feelings of sadness and loneliness, changes in behavior, sleep, and eating patterns. If your child is experiencing any of these symptoms, Catholic Charities can help in identifying and building coping skills around concerns related to bullying.
Is your child acting out, throwing tantrums, or showing signs of irritability? If so, they may be experiencing a variety of behaviors related to depression or anxiety and are showing signs of distress due to their inability to cope. Our counselors at Catholic Charities are skilled at working with children and adolescents to develop effective coping mechanisms for everyday life.
Has your child become isolated and/or disengaged? Are they showing a loss of interest in activities that they once enjoyed? Have they disclosed feeling suicidal, having suicidal thoughts, or been showing impulsive behavior? Suicidal thoughts and behaviors start when individuals encounter stressful events, become overwhelmed, and conclude that suicide is the only reasonable way to stop the pain they are experiencing. It is important to take these concerns seriously and seek help as soon as possible. Our counselors are eager to assist with providing the appropriate course of treatment to fit your child’s needs.
Is your child exhibiting signs of poor self-esteem? Are they obsessing over their weight and body appearance? Are there signs of excessive exercise, binge eating or purging to reduce their weight? If so, they may be experiencing a distorted body image or an eating disorder and require intervention. Our Counseling and Treatment Program staff are prepared to work with your child to discover and address triggers related to their body image and self-esteem. Our counselors will assist in finding a suitable treatment course to improve their quality of life.
Are you or a loved one experiencing mental, physical, and/or behavioral symptoms related to illegal drug use? If drug use is impacting your life and you are looking for help, our Counseling and Treatment Program offers treatment through our residential, intensive outpatient, and outpatient treatment programs. Our counselors are eager to help you find the appropriate treatment course to improve your present situation.
Have you been unable to stop using prescription pain meds after a medical procedure and have gone to great lengths to obtain more pain killers? If so, you may be addicted to prescription medication. Our counselors are trained to assess and treat your concerns related to abuse and addiction. Catholic Charities’ Counseling and Treatment Program offers many avenues to recovery, including residential, intensive outpatient and outpatient treatment programs.
Click below to view answers to some of our most frequently asked questions. Don’t see an answer to your questions? Contact us!
Yes! We accept all insurances, including Medicaid. Catholic Charities will contact your insurance to verify insurance coverage, but if you want to contact your insurance company regarding benefits prior to setting up an appointment here are some suggested questions you may wish to ask:
- Do I have mental health benefits?
- What is my deductible and has it been met?
- How many sessions per calendar year does my plan cover?
- How much do you pay for an out-of-net provider?
- Is there a limitation on how much you will pay per session?
- Is a primary care physician referral required?
- Are authorizations required for visits?
- If different, what is my mental health deductible?
Catholic Charities will file your charges with your insurance company for the insurance company’s portion of the payment.
Please have your insurance card available when you call to make an appointment. If you are making an appointment for your child (children) please have their date of birth and social security number available as well.
You can make an appointment for your child, or for someone for whom you have custody, but please make sure they are aware you are doing so. For adults, however, the choice to go to counseling is up to each individual, so without the client’s consent, an appointment will not be scheduled. You cannot force a person to seek help for a problem. If you are in a situation where your spouse or a family member will not go, you may still benefit from receiving individual counseling.
Catholic Charities follows all confidentiality regulations and takes your privacy seriously. What you discuss with your therapist and that you are in therapy will remain confidential except for these specific instances:
1) A client reveals homicidal or suicidal intentions. The counselor is bound by law to report this as it is a danger to the client or other’s lives.
2) A client reveals abuse of a child or vulnerable adult (elderly or disabled). The therapist is required to report the abuse to the Department of Child and Family Services.
3) A court orders the release of a therapist’s records or orders a therapist to testify.
No. Catholic Charities, Diocese of Cleveland is committed to providing help and creating hope for people of every race and religion in each of the eight counties in the Diocese. We do not serve people because they are Catholic, we serve every person because we are Catholic.