Our licensed social workers and counselors use an integrated approach to counseling, involving both assessment and therapy (individual and group). We aim to help people identify their strengths and get the tools they need to overcome challenges and lead meaningful and productive lives.
GCB Integrated Counseling services are holistic, meaning they are focused on the whole person—that is, on spiritual, occupational, emotional, physical, financial, social, environmental, and intellectual wellness. People find their way to our GCB counselors because of various life issues or chronic mental health struggles, including trauma, depression, anxiety, mental illness, disabilities, grief and loss, substance abuse, relationship problems, domestic violence and conflicts at home, school, or work.
GCB is proud to partner with United Way of Greater Cincinnati to provide these vital services for our community.
For more information on any of the programs or to schedule a counseling appointment, please call:
(513) 345-8555 or (859) 547-5750.
Community Connection Specialists work in partnership with the therapists to help people identify barriers to treatment, such as lack of housing, income, healthcare, and health insurance, and link them to community resources for help resolving them.
Primary Care Behavioral Health
We work with primary care physicians in seven health clinics in Greater Cincinnati. Behavioral health consultants are integrated into primary care teams to help people manage chronic physical health conditions that may either be impacted by or have an impact on their mental health.
To find out information on our Certified Community Behavioral Healthcare Clinic in Clermont County click here.
Court Ordered Program
This group counseling program provides specialized services for people in the areas of anger management, sex offending, and theft.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
This is a research-based individual and group therapy program for people who have problems with regulating their emotions.
This individual and group therapy program uses Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and other research-based models for people with both developmental disabilities and mental health problems.