Counseling

The mind, body and spirit are
all connected.

Bronwyn Oesch, LPC, R-DMT
East Liverpool, East Palestine, Columbiana Schools and TELEHEALTH
Bronwyn believes counseling is a lot like going to the doctors; you can get into counseling when you are in a crisis or you can get into counseling when you are looking to continue taking care of yourself. She believes the mind, body and spirit are all connected, and can tell us things we may not even be aware of, creating a dynamic that helps us heal the root of our negative experiences. Lastly, she also believes counseling can and should be fun (when appropriate, of course!)

Bronwyn specializes in Anxiety Disorders, Behavioral Concerns, Mood Disorders, Neurodevelopmental Disorders, and Trauma/Stress Related Disorders in Children, Adolescents and Adults.

She holds a Master’s Degree in Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling from Antioch University New England and a Bachelor’s Degree in Dance and Psychology from Columbia College. She is an American Dance Therapy Association Member.

When asked what she’s awesome at, Bronwyn replied, “I love creating a fun and relaxing environment to work through negative experiences/feelings in. My education and training allowed me to hone in my ability to be creative in the moment with my clients to best help the mind, body and spirit work to get to the root of the problem being explored.”

“I find so much joy and peace in nature, especially near a body of water. My husband and I eloped in the middle of the COVID-19 Pandemic while being long distance! When I am not working or spending time outside, I enjoy doting on my cat, Macie, watching movies and shows with my husband, solving escape rooms/other puzzles, and allowing my creative side to come out through art, crafting, or interior designing.”

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