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Recent Marriage Counseling Reviews in Westerville

  • A
    Wagner, Dr. John J.
    I have seen Dr Wagner over the last year and was in a very bad state when I sought out therapy.  He has taught me a lot over the year.  I would recommend him to anyone as he is very accepting, affirming and not judgemental at all.  Always feel comfortable. 
    - CATHY S.
  • A
    Pistilli, Dr. Judith
    My wife and I have been going to her sporadically for almost 20 years. She doesn't want to keep you any longer than it takes to resolve the issue that you have. She is really straight forward about telling you what you need to do and how to get it done. She does her job, saves you money, and gets results. She is still sensitive to your problems and feelings. She is hard to get an appointment with because she is that good. If you really have an emergency she will find a way to get you in.
    - Debbie R.
  • A
    Charles, Dr. Vachris
    Dr. Vachris is a great counselor. He is very goal oriented and he is the reason that I will be married in less than two months. He was exactly what we needed to get our relationship to a place where we were comfortable getting married. He is very easy to talk too and he was very effective at helping our relationship to fix some things that were wrong and get to a better place.
    - TOBIN R.
  • A
    Inner Compass Counseling, The Center on High
    My family and I have been seeing April Cunningham since 2009, initially to deal with some adolescent issues with one of our sons.  He came through that beautifully, and April has become our entire family's "go-to" counselor for all issues, from childhood trauma to life and career coaching.   While some of us see her regularly, others see her on an "as-needed" basis only and she is very responsive to our needs and well-equipped to offer strategies that really work.  As everyone has challenges from time to time, from everything to work- and school-related to relationship challenges, we feel that objective, professional guidance is helpful to nearly everyone at some point, and this is what April provides for us as a family.  Much like our family physician, she has a high level of knowledge of each one of our family members and can provide guidance for us both individually and collectively.  She is a very talented, compassionate but straight-forward therapist and works beautifully with teenagers, which is what first brought us to her.  As time has gone by, we have witnessed her deft ability to work with all of the age groups represented in our family (ages 20 to 60) and with all sorts of challenges.  We would highly recommend Inner Compass and April Cunningham to anyone who is looking for effective, caring guidance. She has pricing available for nearly every budget and has worked with us through both lean times and more abundant times to make sure that her services were affordable to all of our family members.  The Center on High, where April sees clients, is centrally located and very comfortable.
    - Julia O.
  • A
    HomeBased Therapist
    I see her once a year, just to visit --just to keep up and keep her as my therapist in case I need her for something. It is like my yearly check in. Actually I like to go see her; I would like to hang out with her. She is fantastic. Her approach to therapy, treatment and mental health is different from anyone I have ever seen before and she is excellent with children. I highly recommend her for family therapy, marriage counseling and for children. I would not send a kid anywhere else.
    - Sandra M.
  • A
    My husband and I both really liked Dr. Shaw immediately. Both of us had seen other therapists in the past (due to different reasons) and had trouble connecting with them/didn't think they were too helpful, but we both liked Dr. Shaw's approach. He does an excellent job of creating a safe atmosphere in which both parties can communicate, and does a good job of finding the issues and getting the couple to talk about them, without being too intrusive or leading. It was clear that this is his area of expertise, he made good suggestions of "baby steps" to work on each week, which was very helpful. I would certainly recommend Dr. Shaw to other couples in need of a good relationship/family counselor.
    - Adam K.
  • B
    Raksha Parekh LPCC
    I got a lot out of this experience. She was able to help us see what was going on in a very objective manner. Most importantly, my wife and I are back together again, thanks in part to her help.
    - Josh W.
  • D
    I called in to find out what I should do to refer a friend to Matrix. The lady on the phone said they don't do on the phone counselling but they can go over scheduling options... I stated that I'm trying to get them business but I don't know how to best refer them to a marriage counselor (I've never been to one and my friend hasn't suggested this option to help with his issues). The admin restated they don't do telephone counselling. You can suck it Matrix... I'm moving on.
    - T H.
  • F
    Nancy Schleich LISW
    The invitation to sit in on my spouses session was not what turned out to be. She had previously seen our 2 adult children under the same umbrella of gaining family perspective without my presence Both my children have stated that it had nothing to do with helping their father but everything to do about me. From the moment i entered it was an all out ambush she called me a monster saying that my spouse and children had said that in later discussion with them the stated that what they said and what she told me was twisted around and not what they verbalized. My spouse an i have been separated since April 2016 at which time we were trying to see if we could work on the relationship she counseled my spouse to date outside the marriage which contributed more to our relationship demise.In seeing her individually the season left me distraught and basically fractured given the fact that this person is a mental health professional and given my own background in medicine i took what she said to be truth. during those two sessions i realized that before i entered her office she had already formulated a bias opinion and her clinical perspective was tainted with never knowing me. I was verbally attacked in front of my spouse to which later he admitted to was wrong but felt bullied into remaining silent when i turned to him for support , she accused me of alcoholism said that i was a monster and told me that i was and abuser a word she used several times. She used profanity and basically wanted not to hear nothing from me in trying to talk with her she shut me down and refused to hear any background into my history. I am not a drinker outside of socializing i have never abused my kids that i was strict yes. My husband has refers to her and he as a we and in November 2015 she demanded that my husband issue me an ultimatum saying that i was to see her as a patient or our marriage was done, i refused and she sent the name of two other therapist that i was to contact or else my husband an i were done an it had to be a gestalt therapist or nothing. In my fragile state of mind i acquiesced in the hopes of salvaging a relationship with my spouse. .tI agreed to see one of the recommendations under great duress and fear. Her ill advise to have my husband date turned into a nightmare as the person he connected with turned out to be an extortionist and stalker. Several months ago she ran into our son in a restaurant and spoke to him about a confidential matter in regards to our stalker incident my spouse had shared with her in therapy. This therapist has clearly violated not just rules of professional conduct but patient confidentiality as well. My experience with her has left me emotionally scarred and fractured no one should ever enter a therapy session and leave feeling abused and broken. In my research i came across the another review on this site and was horrified to learn that she has done this before. I will not tell my spouse what to do but i cannot in good conscience keep silent. I state for the record that my spouse is aware and that although we share this site under his name he has no responsibility for what i have stated in this review.
    - BRAD G.
  • F
    Nancy Schleich LISW
    It was a very distressing experience. She attacked me verbally several times. With no evidence, she accused me of having anger issues and of not being honest. She verbally berated me several times in front of my boyfriend, and in a very aggressive manner throughout an hour-long session. My boyfriend going along with her behavior was one of the reasons we broke up shortly thereafter. Although our relationship was not perfect, it had possibilities, but this traumatic experience pretty much ended our relationship. Although this event was many years ago, I was scarred by this experience. Her behavior struck me as un-called-for, unkind, and, frankly, a bit unbelievable. Why would she verbally attack a woman she had never met before that hour? It was a scarring experience, and I think others should be aware of it.
    - Barbara T.
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