Depression Counseling

Depression Counseling &

Suicidal Thought

Everybody gets the blues from time to time, whether because of a setback - romantically, professionally, or personally, and sometimes for no apparent reason at all. This is normal, and quite different from clinical depression. 

Depression is not just an emotional state, but an illness that affects the mind and body simultaneously. Some of the major symptoms include persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, fatigue, anxiety, loss of interest in activities, and changes in sleep and appetite.

Counseling can be an important part of treatment for depression, bipolar disorder or other mood disorders. Our counselors will help you assess the severity of the symptoms.  We will help you challenge extreme thinking patterns of all-or-nothing thinking, self-loathing, hopelessness and provide cognitive therapy that can help bring your thinking into perspective ultimately reducing your depressed mood.

Most of our clinicians work with depression and anxiety.


Specialist for suicidal thought and depression:

Randy Frost, LPC-S (KY), LPCC-S (OH)


Anderson Office

4030 Mt. Carmel-Tobasco Rd

Suite 102

Cincinnati, OH 45255



Blue Ash Office

10945 Reed Hartman Highway

Suite 302

Cincinnati, Ohio 45242

Mariemont Office

5725 Dragon Way

Suite 301B

Cincinnati, Ohio 45227


  • Anxiety

  • Mediation/Anger management 

  • Depression

  • Suicide ideation

  • Self-harm and cutting

  • Substance Abuse

  • Addictions counseling

  • Oppositional and disruptive behavior in children

  • Grief and loss

  • Children impacted by divorce

  • Pre-marital & marriage counseling

  •  infidelity treatment

  • Treatment and support for LGBTQ populations

  • Gender Identity counseling, including transgender and gender nonconforming populations

  • Sexual trauma/Sexual Assault

  • Eating Disorders

  • Domestic violence/Partner violence

  • Wellness counseling

Waybridge Counseling