Beyond the clouds of fear and doubt lies the Sun, steady and fixed in the heavens. There is always Light after the darkness. - H. Owen Ward Ph.D.
Because we care
We offer a wide range of psychological and counseling services to all ages. We offer treatment for most emotional, behavioral, school, work or relationship problems including anxiety, depression, addictions and PTSD. We work with individuals, couples and families and correspond with physicians when health care is central to recovery. We also help workers maintain their employment while they are recovering from their mental illness and mediate conflict with employers so they can keep their job. In the case of injured workers covered by the BWC we advocate for our patients through their attorney and physicians to maximize their treatment and maintain their compensation.
We have more than 20 years of working with BWC injured workers in helping them adjust to limitations they have encountered due to their work place injury and deal with the stress created by the adversarial process of the BWC.
Our purpose is to provide comprehensive mental health care to meet all your needs.
Appointments are available Monday - Friday from
9 AM – 7:15 PM
Call us at (937) 390-7773 from 8:30 AM – 5 PM to schedule an appointment
We have a time dated voice mail and will return after hour messages early the next business day.
Many times mental health benefits are covered by your health insurance. To find out your benefit coverage, please call the customer service number on the back of your insurance card. If you need help, please contact us and we can assist you in finding out your benefits. We accept most insurance plans and are also on several EAP plans. We are also a certified BWC providers.
Our staff is very experienced with expertise in clinical psychology and mental health counseling and a wide variety of patient populations including child, adolescents, adult, family and geriatric patients. We are also trained in a general health model that integrates counseling and psychotherapy with medical intervention, corresponding regularly with physicians and other medical personnel.
We attempt to offer a full-range of therapeutic services. Most of our assessment services are limited to psychotherapy for diagnosis and treatment planning. We also provide limited assessment services to physicians for medical interventions and attorneys for BWC or personal injury purposes.
It's a blessing when you're hurting and in need and there is someone reliable you can turn to for help.
What others are saying
Great Christian Counselors, they try to help fill your needs and help direct you in positive ways.
I think Dr. Ward is a very good doctor. He is willing to help with any problem, takes time to listen to you and try to work it out for you. Thank you for your kindness and willingness to help and may God Bless you.
Dr. Ward and his staff are very supportive and helpful.
Meet the team
H. Owen Ward Jr., Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist maintaining a private practice for the past 36 years. He has been in the mental health field since 1969 and worked for Midwestern Psychological Services, Empact Inc., Premier Associates, McKinley Hall, Family Service Agency, and Oesterlen Services for Youth. He has taught at Wittenberg University, the University of Dayton and Antioch University. He is currently a clinical professor at the Wright State School of Professional Psychology and he teaches a yearly seminar in Religion and Spirituality in Psychotherapy. He has a wide range of training in Anxiety and Mood Disorders, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Hypnotherapy/Guided Imagery, Chemical Dependency and Impulse Control Disorders, Child/Adolescent Therapy, Marriage and Family Therapy, Preventive Medicine/Health Psychology, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Psychospiritual Interventions, and Trauma Recovery. He has worked extensively with injured workers and is an advocate for getting them the benefits they deserve and works closely with many attorneys and physicians. He is an active member of the Ohio Psychological Association participating in a legislative initiative to allow appropriately trained psychologist to prescribe psychotropic medication. He has recently published a book entitled From Glory to Glory: The Psychodynamics of Salvation in Christ and is currently working on his second book Night Journey into Light: A Psychodynamic Revision of the After Death Experience in Light of the Christian Plan of Salvation. Dr. Ward has been married for 43 years has 4 sons and 5 grandchildren. He enjoys watching the Ohio State Buckeyes, The Cleveland Indians and The Cleveland Browns. He has a passion for continued education in the field of psychotherapy and philosophy.
Mr. Butler is a mental health counselor with over 14 years’ experience in the mental health field. He has been married for 47 years and is a father and grandfather. He also has a Masters of Arts in Education and has taught in both middle and high school. He owned and operated a private business for over 26 years. He has served in various capacities in his church for most of his adult life. His areas of professional competency are Diagnostic Assessment, Crisis Intervention and Individual and Group Therapy. He treats depression, anxiety and other mood disorders, addictions of various types, marriage and family conflict, abuse issues, anger management, grief/loss issues and spiritual issues. He has extensive training in Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Crisis Intervention Management. On a personal level "My faith frames my world view and thus my approach to counseling. Jesus Christ is my personal Lord, Master and Savior in whom I put my faith and trust. Any worthwhile wisdom I may have in helping others, I attribute to Him. I believe every person deserves compassion, love, kindness, respect and dignity. I believe all human life is sacred, created by God in His image and is of inestimable value. I believe what is not needed in counseling is further judgment, guilt shame or condemnation. I seek to help individuals regardless of their faith, background, ethnicity or life perspective to achieve their own personal treatment goals.