Jill Trigg, LPCC is a licensed professional, clinical counselor providing in the state of Ohio. She became a licensed counselor by the State of Ohio in 2006, after graduating with her Bachelors in Psychology from The Ohio State University in 1994 and then her Masters in counseling from Heidelberg University in 2006.
Once licensed, Jill began her inpatient work in Delaware, Ohio, working with severe mentally ill adults. With time she made her way to Cincinnati, where she would change to work with adolescents in outpatient care. Then, Jill moved into crisis care, and became part of the county mobile crisis team. Today, Jill is an independently licensed counselor in private practice. In addition, Jill works in Psychiatric care in the Cincinnati community.
Jill has worked directly with mental health in the community, worked closely with the juvenile and adult court system, foster care programs, crisis services, counsel for aging adults, hotline services and wrap around services.
Jill's theoretical approach is CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy). Jill's areas of competencies include Adult and Adolescent counseling, family counseling, mental health counseling, Crisis Counseling, Consultation, as well as Independently Diagnosing and treating Mental and Emotional Disorders.
Most commonly treated include: Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar, Grief, Relationship issues, PTSD and Adjustment issues.
Denny is a Licensed Independent Social Worker with supervision endorsement (LISW-S) by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage & Family Therapist Board and he has worked as a social worker for the past eleven years. Denny is a life-long Cincinnati resident who received a Bachelor of Social Work degree and a Master of Social Work degree from University of Cincinnati. Denny currently serves as a program administrator for a large healthcare organization where he operates a program that provides support to healthcare workers who have experienced trauma related to adverse events and stressful situations on the job. Denny has previously led a community mobile crisis team and a 24/7 crisis hotline, he has experience serving adults, children, couples, persons with substance use disorders, active military service members, military veterans, law enforcement officers, and other first responders. Denny utilizes an individualized, person-centered approach and he is comfortable serving individuals from diverse backgrounds with complex, challenging needs. Denny specializes in crisis intervention, trauma-informed cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and solution-focused treatment approaches. Denny is certified as a - Stress First Aid (SFA) training instructor, Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk (AMSR) training instructor, a certified Question Persuade Refer (QPR) suicide prevention training instructor, a certified Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) coordinator and instructor, a certified Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate (ALICE) training instructor, and a vetted Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy (OPOTA) training instructor.
Tara Tom, LSW, CDCA, is a Licensed Social Worker and a Chemical Dependency Counselor Assistant. Tara holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from
Case Western Reserve University.
Are you encountering anxiety, substance abuse, depression, bullying, self-esteem, or LGBTQ related issues? Tara has previous experience working with young adults and adolescents in the juvenile justice system, women that have survived domestic violence, and adults in active addiction. Tara will collaborate with you on different life stressors, events, and experiences to make a plan that fits you best.
Tara's theoretical approach is three-fold. She utilizes CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), Person Centered, and Strength-Based approaches. Her areas of strengths are anxiety, LGBTQ related issues, substance abuse, and depression. Tara's philosophy in life is that everyone just needs someone to talk to sometimes.
Michelle Carrico, MSM, LSW, is a licensed social worker by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage & Family Therapist Board. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Thomas More College in 1996 and her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Kent School of Social Work and Family Service at The University of Louisville in 1998. Michelle has worked at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center for the past 23 years and specializes in trauma, grief and loss, crisis intervention and behavioral health. She has experience working with individuals and families in a clinical setting which includes diverse populations and backgrounds. She currently serves as the Bereavement Coordinator with the Office of Decedent Affairs at UCMC and works in the emergency room with both adult medical and psychiatric patients focusing on psychosocial assessment, brief counseling and referrals. Michelle uses a person-centered approach that utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing. She is a designated Health Officer issued by the Hamilton County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board
Jodi McDonald, MSW, LSW is a licensed social worker by the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage & Family Therapist Board. Jodi received a bachelor’s degree of Science in Health from Ohio University and a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Cincinnati. Jodi has worked as a licensed social worker for the past twenty years.
Once licensed, Jodi worked with children and families as a school based and community therapist. From there she moved on to work with the The University of Cincinnati Medical center where she has specialized in bereavement, trauma, crisis intervention, coping and behavioral health. Jodi has experience working with clients who have experienced death, miscarriage, stillbirth, perinatal loss, loss of home, loss of employment, anxiety, relationship issues and adjustment.
Jodi would like to support you to be the best version of you. The circumstances of life can challenge the ability to find peace and happiness. Jodi utilizes person-centered, strength based and cognitive behavioral therapy approaches to support clients in obtaining their optimal happiness and balance in life. Her solution focused approach assists clients to identify where they would like to be and develop a plan to get there.