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Phone: (513) 939-0300

We would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to Compass Point Counseling Services. This practice was established to provide the highest quality of counseling and client care within our community, and to do so in a positive environment where input and teamwork are encouraged. We strive to provide quality mental health services with skill, dedication and compassion, while adhering to the highest ethical standards.

We are a multi-specialty group private practice which utilizes a team approach as an important tool in providing specialized care. Our diverse practitioners bring individual, family, couple and group counseling to the four corners of the Cincinnati area. We have adopted a collaborative approach with a strong emphasis on case consultation, team supervision and continuous clinician development. This allows us to focus on giving our clients the best therapy from the most qualified clinicians.

We are first and foremost hired by our clients, to use our expertise on their behalf. Since each of our clients is unique, we do not take a cookie-cutter approach to counseling. Our clinicians will propose a care plan after an appropriate assessment. This care plan will be based on the client’s reasons for seeking help while incorporating their personal goals and strengths.
Services Offered

A sampling of our services:

  • Marriage and Family Therapy
  • Divorce Mediation
  • Counseling for Children, Adolescents and Adults
  • Individual, Couples, and Group Therapy
  • Anger Management Training
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  • Relaxation Training
  • Parenting Skills Education
  • Psychological Testing/Assessments
  • Forensic Social Work (Pre-Trial Assessment)
  • Addictions Assessment and Treatment
  • Sexual Offender Assessment and Treatment
  • ADHD
  • Financial Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Sexual Abuse & Trauma Issues
  • Behavioral Problems
  • Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Sexual Offense
  • Depression
  • Grief & Bereavement
  • Life Transitions
  • Marital Conflict
  • School Problems
  • Professional Training for counselors, social workers and family therapists

Upcoming Trainings

August 1, 2014

Healing the Healer

Time: 9:00am-12:15pm
Number of CEUs: 3

Presenter: Sarah Zinn, MSW, LISW-S

Identify warning signs of compassion fatigue and burnout among mental health clinicians. Learn techniques to utilize in supervisory and coworker relationships to address signs of compassion fatigue. Learn prevention strategies & clinician self care tools to implement to reduce the incidence of compassion fatigue in mental health care providers.

August 15, 2014

Sexually Offending Behavior and Treatment - (Part 1)

Time: 9:00am-4:30pm
Number of CEUs: 6

Presenter: Dr. Purcell Taylor, LPCC-CS, LICDC-CS, DABPS

GOAL:
The focus of this workshop is to develop for the participant a better understanding of the different sex offenses, the sexual offender, including characteristics and typologies of sex offenders as well as the laws pertaining to sex offenses and the offender. Society and media alone has dubbed sexual offending as a heinous and inconceivable crime. Tabloids and newspapers have inundated the public with misconceptions of these very offenses. It is only in the last decade that sexual offending has become a well known and despised offense not only when it involves a child but the very offense itself even though it has existed since the beginning of time. A better understanding of sexual offending and the sex offender will aid the learner in understanding why and how these crimes occur. A key goal of this workshop is to educate the learner about sexual offending, the sex offender his /her victims that relate to sex crimes and profiling.

PARTICIPANT LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Upon successful completion of this workshop, you will learn:

  • Myths and facts about sex offenders
  • Who are the offenders
  • Cycle of Offending
  • Identify and describe the types of sex crimes
  • Identify and describe the different typologies of sex offenders
  • Identify Paraphilia and paraphilic related disorders with sex offenders
  • Conduct a sex offender profile of an offender in an actual rape/murder case

August 16, 2014

Sexually Offending Behavior and Treatment - (Part 2)

Time: 9:00am-12:15pm
Number of CEUs: 3

Presenter: Dr. Purcell Taylor, LPCC-CS, LICDC-CS, DABPS

METHODOLOGY

  • A variety of instructional methods will be used in this workshop. They include, but are not limited to:
  • Discussion and lecture
  • Discussion of real cases (many are the instructors cases)
  • Video tapes
  • Handouts
  • Small group discussion

September 12, 2014

Using Sand Tray in a Play Therapy Session: Directive and Non-Directive Approaches

Time: 9:00am-12:15pm
Number of CEUs: 3

The training will be geared for beginning play therapists. The training will provide therapists with an introduction to the sand tray, the sand, and selection of miniatures for use in the sand tray. The training will also introduce therapists to direct techniques they can use with individuals, groups, and families as well as how sand tray can be utilized in a child-centered play therapy session. Participants will also gain an understanding of the role of the therapist in the process of sand tray therapy.

Presenter: Cobin Trout, MA, LPCC-S, RPT-S

September 26, 2014

DSM-5: Don’t Forget Everything You Thought You Knew

Time: 9:00am-12:15pm
Number of CEUs: 3

Presenter: Charles Roberts, MA, LPCC-S, LICDC-CS, NCC

Want a short-cut to discover the changes to the new DSM? Join us while we go through the alterations and additions and take part in a clinical discussion of how they apply to your diagnostic assessments.

Also, we will discuss implications for billing and insurance reimbursement.

October 4, 2014

Change in Motion: Active Ways to Intervene with Groups, Individuals and Families

Time: 9:00am-4:30pm
Number of CEUs: 6

Presenter: Kim Sacksteder MSW, LISW-S

Adventure-based interventions engage clients in a holistic manner that helps them increase self-awareness, develop resilience and emotional management, and practice skills such as interacting, problem-solving, and communication. Learn about using activities in your therapeutic process in a creative, intentional, and strengths-based approach that will activate change for your clients. Please dress comfortably, be prepared to go outside, and wear shoes that cover your foot for safety because we are going to move!

Goals of the Workshop:
1. Learn the Adventure Training process which can be applied to many different activities.
2. You will be provided 10-12 activities that you can use immediately (low-cost to no props required).
3. Practice in facilitation during the training for hands-on experience.

October 17, 2014

Reaching Recovery: Effective modalities in the treatment of eating disorders

Time: 9:00am-12:15pm
Number of CEUs: 3

Workshop will focus on distinguishing between symptoms of eating disorders versus disordered eating patterns; most effective assessment questions and appropriate techniques.

Presenter: CPCS’ Center for Disordered Eating treatment team

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