James A. Fidelibus


James A. Fidelibus truly cares about his client’s and the health of their marriage. Dr. Fidelibus seeks to help couples work through their conflicts to develop a deep emotional bonding. He believes in, and is passionate about helping relationships not only survive, but thrive as well.

Dr. Fidelibus studied at Ohio State University and has been in practice for over fifteen years. He is trained in the Analytical Psychology, Cognitive Behavioral, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Gottman Method, Family/Marital, and Psychodynamic treatment approaches.

Dr. Fidelibus has experience working with clients that struggle with infidelity, depression, substance abuse, alcoholism, and parenting issues, as well as sexuality issues.

Sessions with Dr. Fidelibus on average cost between $80 and $120. While only a few insurance providers are accepted, Dr. Fidelibus does accept several means of payment and he does have a sliding scale in place.

Jeannine Vegh


Clients seeking a more holistic treatment plan can turn to Jeannine Vegh. Dr. Vegh works with clients going through life transitions and tailors her treatment approach to each individual’s process. This includes work with dreams, visualizations, movement, writing, art, as well as communication. For couples, Dr. Vegh utilizes the Gottman Method.

Dr. Vegh has been in practice for more than ten years and she received her education at John F. Kennedy University. She currently works at Transformative Psychotherapy, LL.

Dr. Vegh works with clients struggling with issues regarding depression, divorce, grief, parenting, self-esteem, spirituality, and women’s issues. Dr. Vegh also offers transformative writing groups, which are eight hour intensive journaling experiences.

Average sessions cost between $100 and $120. Transformative Psychotherapy, LLC accepts several means of payment and insurance providers.

Dr. Thomas McGloshen


Dr. Thomas McGloshen comes from a diverse background, offering a comprehensive approach to his therapy sessions. Dr. McGloshen studied at Ohio State University and has been in practice for over thirty years. He also spent five years as a pastor, achieving a master’s degree in divinity as well as psychology.

Dr. McGloshen’s goal is to help his clients work through their issues and make decisions that they can live with indefinitely, and not just in the short-term.

Dr. McGloshen utilizes an integrative approach to his sessions, drawing on a combination of treatment approaches including Client-Centered, Family Systems, and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. He works with adults from all sexual orientations and he specializes in relationship issues, parenting and depression.

A session with Dr. McGloshen costs $140 and he accepts most major credit cards, cash and checks.

Dr. Susan F. Glasser


Finally, for those seeking a therapists that favors using change as a therapy tool, there’s Dr. Susan F. Glasser. Dr. Glasser focuses her therapy on client’s emotional systems and patterns of interaction with those around them, believing it all to be part of an integrated emotional system.

Dr. Glasser works to help client’s create change that benefits individuals as well as positively impacting all the people involved in the system. She specializes in relationship issues, sex therapy, and sexual abuse.

Dr. Glasser studied at George Washington University and has been in practice for more than twenty years. She operates from a Family/Martial and Humanistic treatment approach when helping clients struggling with issues regarding adoption, anxiety, depression, divorce, family conflict, infertility, parenting, and self-esteem.

Sessions with Dr. Glasser cost between $130 and $140 and a few major insurance providers are accepted.