Meet Our Providers

A brief bio

Amanda (Mandy) Butler, MSW, LISW, is a Licensed Independent Social Worker who holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from The Ohio State University, as well as a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism from the same institution. Mandy’s approach is client-centered, down-to-earth, compassionate and practical.

Mandy’s experience has included community mental health, school-based therapy, clients with special needs and detailed assessments for level of care determination at a mental health and addiction treatment center offering inpatient, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient services.

Amanda Butler, MSW, LISW

Contact information:
Phone: 614-564-7031
Fax: (614) 846-1034
Email:
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Website:
www.amandabutlerlisw.com

Mandy provides psychotherapy to children, adolescents and adults using treatment approaches that include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Play Therapy and Solution-Focused Therapy in addition to other modalities that promote healing and personal growth. She is experienced in collaborating with other professionals as needed in areas such as psychiatry, psychology / testing and school personnel.
When not working, Mandy enjoys time with family and friends, spending time outside, reading and attempting new recipes.

Keeli Cook, LPCC, R-DMT

Contact information:
Phone: 614-841-9763
Fax: (614) 846-1034
Email:
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A brief bio

Keeli Cook, LPCC, R-DMT is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with a Master’s Degree in Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling from Columbia College Chicago. Her approach to counseling is client-centered; valuing the strengths of her clients and using their assets to create change.

Keeli has experience working in inpatient hospitalization treatment centers which included services provided by individual, family and group counseling sessions as well as experience with school based counseling working with children with developmental disabilities.

Most recently, Keeli has expanded her scope of work to include working with pregnant and postpartum women navigating through transition into motherhood. Keeli provides services to children, adolescents and adults using treatment approaches that include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dance/Movement Therapy and the belief in the body-mind connection.

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Leslie Fritz, LISW-S, is a clinical social worker specializing in the treatment of children, adolescents, adults and families. She earned her Bachelor’s degree at Ohio University and her Master of Social Work from The Ohio State University.

She is a Certified Trauma Specialist through The National Institute for Trauma and Loss in Children and is in the process of completing Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics© Certification for Individuals through ChildTrauma Academy. Leslie also earned a certification in the EAGALA Model of Equine Assisted Psychotherapy. Over Leslie’s 20+ years of experience, she has developed a style that is practical, interactive and solution-focused.

Leslie Fritz, LISW-S

Contact information:
Phone: (614) 746-9100
Fax: (614) 846-1034
Email:
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Website:
www.Lesliefritzlisws.com

Her treatment approach provides support, feedback and challenges clients to resolve current issues or ineffective patterns of behavior. With sensitivity, compassion and sometimes Luke, her certified therapy dog, Leslie assists clients in developing the tools necessary for managing a wide range of life situations, relationships and psychological issues.

In addition to her private practice, Leslie also supervises the outpatient clinical team of Wesley Family Services at UMCH Family Services.

Jordan Hambrick, LPCC

Contact information:
Phone: (740) 244 6174
Fax: (614) 846-1034
Email:
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A brief bio

Jordan Hambrick is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC) who specializes in individual and family counseling for children, adolescents, and adults. She is a graduate of the University of Dayton with a Master’s Degree in Community Counseling. She has worked in the Community Mental Health setting which included completing emergency assessments and working in a partial hospitalization program. She currently has two private practice office locations.

She has experience and training in treating mood disorders, anxiety disorders, disorders related to trauma, relationship issues, and behavioral issues.

Her methods of counseling include solution focused, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), play therapy, relaxation skills, and coping skills.

Her primary focus in counseling is to create a safe and supportive environment to encourage emotional growth. She collaborates with supporting physicians if needed in order to produce the best outcomes for her clients.

A brief bio

I provide psychotherapy for couples, families, individual adults, adolescents and children. I collaborate with my clients, from an integrative client-centered approach, to treat a variety of mental, emotional and relational issues.

I value the strengths that my clients bring with them to the therapy room and guide them to build on those attributes to create change in their lives. I work with clients who struggle with anxiety, depression, OCD, body image, infidelity, marital distress, grief and loss, challenging life transitions and other issues.

I honor the courage that it takes enter therapy and to do the work necessary to make changes in your life, your marriage and your family.

Jessica Ketner, , MS, IMFT

Contact information:
Phone: (614) 524-5588
Fax: (614) 846-1034
Email:
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I firmly believe in the mind-body connection and utilize my training as a Registered Advanced Yoga Teacher (500 RYT) to bring pieces of the yoga philosophy into my work.

I help clients connect with their breath and thoughts in a compassionate way to bring about empowerment, emotional balance and confidence.

Joel Ketner, IMFT

Contact information:
Phone: (614) 763-6378
Fax: (614) 846-1034
Email:
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I am an Independent Marriage and Family Therapist (IMFT). I have been providing couple and family therapy services for more than five years. I earned a Master's degree in Marital and Family Therapy from The Family Institute at Northwestern University, and am currently working on a doctoral degree in "Couple and Family Therapy" at Michigan State University.

Therapeutically, I am trained to work with individuals, couples, and families, in providing services tailored to meet each client's unique needs. I believe in the power of a collaborative therapist-client relationship. I specialize in issues related to anxiety, depression, stress management, romantic relationships, and life transitions.

A brief bio

Ms. Joseph specializes in working with individuals, couples and families experiencing the repercussions of brain trauma.

She also works with adults and couples with a variety of issues, and over 25 years working with persons who have issues with drugs/alcohol. Whether you are an individual adapting to life after rehabilitation, a family/spouse learning what new opportunities life will bring now, or someone struggling with other issues, Deb can help with guidance, education, and support.

Deborah Joseph, LPCC

Contact information:
Phone: (614) 370-2358
Fax:
(614) 846-1034
Email:
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Danielle Maas, LISW-S

Contact information:
Phone: 614-847-9322 Ext. 708
Fax: (614) 846-1034
email:
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A brief bio

Danielle Maas is a licensed independent social worker who works with children, teens, young adults and their families. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Ohio Northern University. She holds a Master’s in Social Work from Case Western Reserve University. Danielle has experience working with children, teens and families dealing with autism spectrum disorders, anxiety and mood disorders, life transitions, and disruptive behavior/parenting concerns.
 
Danielle uses primarily the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) model. The CBT model recognizes that thoughts, feelings and behavior are interconnected and that focused effort to change your thoughts and feelings can change your behavior. Other modalities include solution-focused, motivational interviewing, mindfulness and play-based therapy. She prides herself in being positive, reflective and practical in her approach. She is passionate about helping others achieve their potential and believes in the power of a client-centered therapeutic relationship.

Danielle has been working with children, teens and young adults with autism spectrum disorders for over 8 years in a variety of settings, such as school, home and residential. For the past 5 years, she has provided counseling and facilitated social skills groups to high functioning children and teens with autism. She enjoys working with families from the beginning of an autism diagnosis to transitioning to adulthood.

In her free time Danielle enjoys spending time with her family and friends, trying new recipes and taking her dog to the park. d to anxiety, depression, stress management, romantic relationships, and life transitions.

Location

92 Northwoods Blvd, Columbus, OH 43235

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