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Boundless offers in office, in the community, and telehealth counseling options for all ages.

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Why is counseling important?

It helps to ask for help. If you are struggling with personal stressors, relationship issues, or a behavioral health condition, counseling may provide the support you need. Counseling allows you to work with a licensed professional to talk through issues and help you to build the skills to feel more in control.

What challenges can counseling help address?

Our team of licensed behavioral health therapists, social workers, and professional counselors has extensive experience treating people dealing with a range of challenges that impact mental health and overall well-being.

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Neurodevelopmental disorders

  • developmental delays spanning across all ages
  • language/communication concerns
  • autism spectrum
  • intellectual disabilities
  • attention deficit hyperactivity disorders (ADHD)
  • specific learning disorders 
  • tourettes/tic disorders
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Mood disorders and psychosis

  • schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders
  • bipolar and related mood disorder
  • depressive disorders
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Anxiety disorders

  • panic disorder
  • generalized anxiety
  • separation anxiety
  • specific phobias
  • obsessive-compulsive disorders
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Trauma and stressor-related disorders

  • acute stress 
  • post-traumatic stress disorders
  • stress secondary to bullying and other factors
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Disruptive, impulse control, and conduct disorders

  • intermittent explosive disorder
  • oppositional defiant disorder
  • conduct disorder
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Relational problems

  • parent-child relationship issues
  • child maltreatment and neglect
  • adult maltreatment and neglect
  • NEW sibling counseling available

Meet Our Clinicians

Brent Reitz
Brent Reitz, LSW
Behavioral Health Therapist (Northeast)

Brent possesses an undergraduate degree in social work and is currently pursuing his master of social work degree from Campbellsville University. Since 2011, Brent has provided direct and administrative services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

 He has worked in various settings and with diverse clients, including long-term and brief interventions. Areas of proficiency for counseling include:

  •  Play therapy. Using PLAY Autism Intervention for chi...
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Julie Reed
Julie Reed MS, LPC
Behavioral Health Therapist (Central Ohio)

Julie received her bachelor’s degree in biology at Baylor University. She then worked in the pharmaceutical and biotech fields before returning to school to earn her master’s degree in professional counseling from Grand Canyon University. Julie is a licensed professional counselor and enjoys working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. She has experience working with autism spectrum disorder, mood disorders, anxiety, ADHD, and behavioral issues. Julie joined Boundless in January of 20...

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