Julie Smeltzer, LPC

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Insurance Accepted: ACI EAP, Anthem/Blue Cross, CIGNA, E4 HEALTH, ESI EAP, Humana, Impact Solutions EAP, Medical Mutual, Ohio HEALTH, OSU, TRI Care, Workplace Options EAP, Out-of-Network, Self-Pay

Email: jsmeltzer@cstoneohio.org

Phone: 614-459-3003 ext 715

As a Licensed Professional Counselor, Julie utilizes an integrated relational approach to counseling where the client is an equal partner in the therapeutic process.  Through providing a safe, genuine, and empathetic atmosphere, Julie collaborates with clients to utilize their strengths and problem-solving abilities to help them experience greater self-awareness, efficacy, and healing.

Julie has a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies from Capital University.

As a counselor, Julie provides counseling services for:
Adults and Couples, Addictions Counseling & Intervention, Substance Abuse Recovery Needs Support, Alcohol & Drug Education/Awareness, Anger Management, Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Grief/Loss, Couples and Relationship issues, Foster and Adoption Parenting, Life Transitions and Adjustment Issues, Stress Management and Coping Skills, Trauma and Recovery, Spiritual Issues and Growth, Women’s Issues

Areas of Clinical Focus:
Addiction and Chemical Dependency, Anger, Anxiety, Boundaries, Couples, Depression, Foster and Adoption Parenting, Grief, Life Transitions, Spiritual issues and Pastoral Leadership, Trauma, Women’s Issues

Personal Information:

Julie has been married to her high school sweetheart for nearly twenty-five years.  She has had the privilege of raising three children, being a foster parent to preemie twins, and caring for a multitude of furry friends.  Julie loves to travel and her favorite place on earth is in a canoe with a fishing pole in the BWCA.  When she is not with her family, Julie can be found hiking in one of Ohio’s beautiful parks or enjoying time with friends over coffee.

Julie is active in her church where she serves alongside her husband who is a Pastor of Adult Ministries and Discipleship. She serves on the Relational Discipleship leadership team and volunteers in Children’s and Small Groups ministries.

She gave this name to the LORD who spoke to her. “You are the God who sees me,” for she said, “I have now seen the One who sees me.” Genesis 16:13 NIV