Seth Evans, MACMHC, LPCC-S

Seth Evans

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Insurance Accepted: Aetna, Aetna EAP, ACI Specialty EAP, Anthem BCBS, Balance EAP, BHS EAP, Carebridge EAP, E4 EAP, HA EAP, Medical Mutual, New Directions EAP, Optum, Optum EAP, UHC, UMR, WellSpan EAP, Out-of-Network, Self-Pay


Phone: 614-459-3003 ext. 707

Seth Evans is a licensed professional clinical counselor with a supervisor designation who graduated with high honors from Ashland Theological Seminary’s Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program.  He incorporates his strengths from his backgrounds in counseling, pastoral care, and mechanical engineering to assist people in reaching their biopsychosociospiritual goals.

As a professional counselor, Seth focuses his work:
With those seeking counseling for relationships, marriage issues, and premarital counseling.

He also provides counseling services for:
Adults, Anxiety, Individual, Marriage, Mood Disorders, Pastoral Counseling, Premarital, Spiritual Concerns, Young Adults (18 years old+), Life Transitions.

Seth has additional training with:
Completion of Level 3 Gottman Method Couples Therapy.
Approved Gottman Relationship Checkup Member.
Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts (SYMBIS) certified for pre-marital counseling.
Prepare/Enrich certified for PreMarital, Marriage & Parenting assessment facilitation.

You can also connect with Seth on:
His Psychology Today profile here.

Special Awards:
2016 Mental Health America of Ohio Pro Bono Counseling Program Volunteer of the Year
2021 Featured in the Volunteer Spotlight blog of MHAOhio.

Personal Information

Seth Evans works hard as a counselor with CornerStone Family Services, but he enjoys making time to relax and have fun with his wife. He also loves to sit back and drink a nice hot cup of coffee (black – no sugar or cream) while reading a good book.  Seth enjoys a variety of genres of literature – young adult, history, adventure, academic, spiritual, and the occasional mystery novel. He is also highly involved in his local church – working with the church leadership, helping to lead a small group Bible study, and occasionally preaching the Sunday morning sermon.
Gottman Approved MemberSYMBIS logoverified by Psychology Today