ThrivePointe Counseling Center expands therapists and programming

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ThrivePointe Counseling will offer, Move to Thrive: A Therapeutic Workshop for Teen Dancers from noon to 2 p.m. June 25-June 27 at Encore Performing Arts. The workshop is designed to promote positive body image and costs $85 per person. The camp will be led by a counselor with 25 years of dance experience. Go to www.thrivepointe.com/events/ to RSVP.

The counseling practice opened new offices at Liberty Center on Nov. 27. The 2,534 square foot facility includes seven therapy offices and a group counseling room. ThrivePointe was started by two practitioners who loved working together and were energized by seeing people thrive. It is staffed by 16 licensed therapists with a broad range of specialties including play therapy, anxiety disorders, discernment counseling for couples, exposure and response prevention for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and mood disorders. ThrivePointe’s counselors offer evidence-based, feedback-informed treatment for children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families.  

ThrivePointe therapists currently see clients at multiple locations through community partners like Center Pointe Christian Church in Liberty Township, Whitewater Crossing Christian Church in Cleves, Good News Gathering Church in Hillsboro, and Northstar Church in Loveland.  The practice will continue to serve clients at those locations as well as its new facility in Liberty Center. ThrivePointe’s collaboration with community partners allows its therapists to provide free, preventative services. These include parenting workshops, marriage enrichment programs, addictions support, depression relief meetings, and facilitator-led weight loss groups.  

“Our new space has allowed us to serve more individuals and families. We offer innovative, effective, and relational counseling and coaching services in a comfortable, modern environment. Being at the Liberty Center was a thoughtful decision because we want our clients to feel good about where they’re going and the work they do with us,” said Stephanie Shell, co-owner of ThrivePointe. 

ThrivePointe counselors are currently accepting new clients. Learn more about the practice or its current workshops at www.thrivepointe.com or call (513) 914-4688. 

Alex ReillyHEALTH