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We walk alongside you as you accept the problems that exist in your life so you can embrace a new path forward.



Together we get to the core of where you are, how you got here, and what is holding you back from where you want to be.



We use proven approaches to guide you through and beyond your problem into a life filled with purpose.

We Can Help

  • We Never Have a Waitlist.

  • We Always Have Providers Available so You Can Start Now.

  • All of Us Offer In-Person Sessions.

  • We All Believe You are Capable of Reaching Your Full Potential.

  • All of Our Providers are Passionate about the Work They Do to Help You at a Core Level and to Guide You to Reach Your Life Goals.​​​

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We can help you go beyond the valley you are facing.  Our accept – uncover – go beyond approach to healing and growth can help you cope more effectively, get to the core of the problem, and give you insight that helps you take action to move your life in a different direction, with a newfound purpose.  Our team of experienced, licensed counselors and therapists, and our mental health nurse practitioner are ready to guide you through your valley into your purpose.

Here are some of the concerns we can help you with:

  trauma • substance use • anxiety • depression • self-esteem • stress • anger • grief  • life transitions • relationships • communication 


Individual Counseling allows you to focus on your problems and solutions, getting to the core for deeper insights into yourself, your thoughts, feelings, and behavior so that you can be more and get the most out of life.

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Individual Counseling


Beyond Your Valley is honored to provide Clinical Supervision services for Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC) and Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors (LPCC) in Ohio and Licensed Professional Counselor Associates (LPCA) in Kentucky.

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"One can choose to go back toward safety or forward toward growth. Growth must be chosen again and again; fear must be overcome again and again."

- Abraham Maslow

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