Kendle Meese is a Licensed Social Worker through the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapist Board. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Women’s Studies from the University of Maryland and continued her education at The Ohio State University where she earned her Master of Social Work.
Prior to joining Nemeth Counseling, Kendle worked in numerous settings including shelters for survivors of domestic violence and non-profit organizations. In each experience, Kendle has had the opportunity to diversify her professional skills. She previously served as a Group Program Facilitator for children from violent homes, a Program Administrator for preventative programming targeting Child Sexual Abuse, and a Case Manager for the Compass Program, a court program linking underserved populations owing child support to career building services.
At Nemeth Counseling, Kendle provides ongoing counseling services to a diverse caseload of adults, children, couples, and families. She uses evidence-based practices such as Strength’s Based Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Trauma Focused CBT, to inform therapeutic interventions. Kendle uses a multidisciplinary approach to evoke client change and healthy problem solving, and believes in a client-centered approach to treatment, striving to build a positive therapeutic relationship with each client. She enjoys working with individuals of all cultures, races, ages, spiritualities, sexual orientation and gender, and aims to create a safe and supportive space to engage with clients.
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