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Meet The Team

Our team consists of a dedicated group of extensively trained and licensed professionals, including counselors, substance abuse therapists, and life coaches. Each member brings a wealth of expertise in various specialized areas. Explore their individual focuses below.

 

To schedule a free consultation or get in contact with a clinician, feel free to reach out using the contact details provided below by each team member.

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Jeremy Jordan currently serves in the role as Clinical Director here at Front Porch. He has an extensive history working in multiple settings, including residential, intensive outpatient, and outpatient. Most recently, Jeremy served as the training area leader and coordinator at a private practice. He has also served in higher education helping assist those as they transition from one stage of life to the next. Jeremy is most passionate about serving couples as they navigate relational challenges. He is similarly passionate about treating anxiety, depression, trauma, and grief. Additionally, Jeremy has given several training courses and presentations on suicide assessment, ethics, couples counseling, personality types, leadership development and boundaries. 

jeremy@frontporchcounseling.com
Front Office: (513) 445-9688

Special Focuses: Anger and bipolar disorders, Christian counseling, couples therapy using the Gottman Method, depression, family therapy, mental health issues such as anxiety and trauma, specialized areas like stress management.

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Abby Berkey

Abbyberkey@yahoo.com

(513) 848-0075

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David Brand is a man who cares about families. One of his greatest skills is his calm demeanor and welcoming posture. He brings a very fatherly, patient approach that is very warm and understanding.  People from all backgrounds and walks of life have sought out his insight over the years and the work of therapy is a very natural fit for him. He enjoys building rapport and allowing the session to unfold organically.

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Daniel Cowan is an open-minded, easy to talk to counselor who enjoys working with clients from all walks of life. Daniel has an extensive background working in the addictions field, but is open to a wide variety of issues the client may be struggling with. He utilizes a strengths-based approach in order to help the client find and accentuate their best qualities in order to not only survive difficult life circumstances, but also thrive persevering through them.

Special Focuses: Anxiety, Christian counseling, Depression, Grief, Life transitions, Self-esteem, substance use, and Trauma.

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Allison Geisen

Alligeisen@icloud.com

(513) 445-9688

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Anthony Huffman

Arhuff2@yahoo.com
(513) 445-9688

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Nathan McGee, a Licensed Professional Counselor in Ohio. If one has decided to start looking for a counselor, they may want to work with someone who listens, tries to understand their perspective, and is genuine but not judgmental. Now, they're probably wondering… How can Nathan help them work on themselves? Clients describe his approach as sincere and direct in nature. He focuses on developing a relationship with them that prioritizes trust so they can engage in life and initiate the small, replicable behavioral, cognitive, and environmental changes over time needed to reduce their symptoms.
Specializing in working with clients to noticeably reduce their substance abuse and mental health symptoms while maintaining standards of excellence in their lives, Nathan is well versed in integrated care. He employs an Ecological Counseling Perspective coupled with 2nd wave cognitive behavioral therapy techniques for most symptom presentations, tailoring his approach to each individual and their condition.

Special Focuses: ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Emotional Dysregulation, Relationship and Personality Issues, Sport and Performance Psychology, Suicidal Ideation, Traumatic Experiences

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Madyson McKelvey is a Licensed Professional Counselor, holding a master's degree in forensic mental health counseling from Roger Williams University. She earned her bachelor's degree in psychology with a minor in sociology from Bowling Green State University. With a diverse background, Madyson has accrued extensive experience across residential, outpatient, and home-based settings. Her practice spans working with children, adolescents, adults, and parents, reflecting her commitment to providing comprehensive support across various demographics and environments.

Special Focuses: Anxiety, CBT, Children, Client Focused Therapy, DBT, Depression, Elderly, Family, Women's Issues

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Paige Stafford is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Ohio. After graduating from
Xavier University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Theology, she returned to Xavier
for a Master’s degree in Theology with a focus on Ethics, Spirituality and Professional Practice.
She then returned to complete her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Paige’s
top priority is to help clients reach their goals and to become better connected with themselves
and their community. She uses her skills to work collaboratively in treatment to improve
wellbeing and health using an integrated counseling model with a focus on Cognitive Behavioral
Therapy. She relishes the opportunity to help her clients “bloom where they are planted” and to
create a safe space for them to grow and flourish in their lives

Special Focuses: Anxiety, Bereavement, Career, Children, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, College & University, Depression, Disability, Groups, Mindfulness, Theology

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Melissa is a state-licensed Chemical Dependency Counseling Assistant with a history of working with Faith Based Recovery Programs like YCIBI and Teen Challenge. She also served the Hamilton County Juvenile Court by running substance use disorder groups for at-risk youth. Melissa is an officially trained DBT (Dialectical Behavriol Therapy Skills Group Leader) and case manager for St. Joseph Orphanage, now NewPath Child and Family Services. Additionally, Melissa is a 2015 graduate of IPec Coaching School, which she completed in 2015. and works with adults, teens, and youth on multiple issues.

Special Focuses: Adjustment disorders, Anxiety, Depression, Dissociative disorders, Substance use disorders, Trauma-informed coaching practices

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