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Online Therapy for Moms and Stressed Adults in Ohio

I work with adults struggling amidst the demands of parenting and the chaos around them. Individuals that work with me feel like everything is slipping through their fingers, there is never enough time, and are constantly exhausted from using their energy to hold back the irritability and stress. 
If this sounds like you, know that you do not need to stay alone in your pain.
Parenting is hard, incredibly hard. There are so many transitions and daily experiences that can challenge you. ​​​​

Returning to Work

Visual Chaos of Toys and Daily Messes

Big Emotions of Tiny People

Shifts in Work/School Due to the Pandemic

Childcare Stress

Being Touched Out in a Body that Doesn't Feel Like Yours Anymore

Sleep Deprivation

Lack of Time to Yourself

Make it harder for you to cope with existing anxiety, depression, trauma and alcohol use. 

Parenting Challenges & Transitions

Create new worries, cause trauma, lead to new feelings of sadness and anger, and a loss of identity.

You are not alone. 
Although it may not feel like, it is more than possible for things to get better.  
With evidence-based care, I work with clients to help them change the pain, decrease suffering, and connect back to who they are, their children, and other loved ones. 
My Approach

I approach therapy based on the idea that there are two experts in the room. I have expertise in understanding the development and treatment of psychological distress and promoting wellness, while you have expertise in your own lived experience, your preferences, and values. Based on these two forms of expertise, you and I will work together to create your therapy.

About me

I'm Kathryn, a licensed clinical psychologist in Ohio (P.07923) and I started Connect Wellness Home LLC because I believe that parents need a place to address their mental health struggles in a way that honors the complexities of their role as a parent. 

Getting Help

At Connect Wellness Home LLC I offer collaborative, evidence-based therapy focusing on the following concerns












In my experience, individuals rarely come to therapy to just reduce symptoms of a disorder. Rather, they come because mental health struggles have gotten in the way of connecting with their children, family, and themselves."

Kathryn Smith, Ph.D.

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