Front of the Cincinnati Center for DBT therapy office in Montgomery, Ohio

Although we offer online therapy and DBT services throughout Ohio, Kentucky, and PSYPACT states, Cincinnati is truly our “home base.”  Cincinnati Center for DBT was founded in Cincinnati and our therapists are located in the Greater Cincinnati area. Therefore, when it becomes safe to meet in person, we plan to offer a therapy space for in-person sessions in our Montgomery office. 

How to get to our office in Cincinnati, Ohio

Our therapy office is located at 9200 Montgomery Rd., #23B.  We are located in the Montgomery Station office condominiums right off of Montgomery Road and Ronald Reagan Highway (Ohio State Route 126).  We are across the street from Moeller High School and the first light from the Montgomery/Ronald Reagan roundabout.  The road into Montgomery Station is called Blackbird Pl, but you may not see a street sign - Blackbird Pl is a continuation of Kennedy Ln across the streetlight from it.  When you enter Montgomery station, go straight until you reach the building map, where you will turn left.  Then, turn left again, and we are on the left in Building F. 

Directions to our office:

If you are coming from the South (e.g., Norwood, Clifton, downtown Cincinnati, Hyde Park, Oakley, Pleasant Ridge), take I-71N/Columbus to Exit 14, Ronald Reagan Highway.  Keep right at the fork and follow signs for Ronal Reagan Highway/Montgomery.  Merge onto OH-126 E.  Keep right and follow signs for US-22/OH-3/Montgomery Rd S.  Turn right of the roundabout onto US-22 W/Montgomery Rd.  After getting out of the roundabout, the entrance to Montgomery Station (Blackbird Pl) will be on your left at the light.  When you enter Montgomery station, go straight until you reach the building map, where you will turn left.  Then, turn left again, and we are on the left in Building F.   

If you are coming from the North (e.g., Mason, South Lebanon, West Chester), take I-71S/Cincinnati to Exit 14, for OH-126 E/Ronald Reagan Highway.  Keep left and follow signs for OH-126 E/Ronal Reagan Highway. Turn left onto OH-126 E.  Keep right and follow signs for US-22/OH-3/Montgomery Rd S.  Turn right of the roundabout onto US-22 W/Montgomery Rd.  After getting out of the roundabout, the entrance to Montgomery Station (Blackbird Pl) will be on your left at the light. When you enter Montgomery station, go straight until you reach the building map, where you will turn left.  Then, turn left again, and we are on the left in Building F.  

If you are coming from the West (e.g., Colerain, Price Hill, Dent, Northgate, White Oak, Finneytown, Wyoming), take OH-126 E.  Keep right and follow signs for US-22/OH-3/Montgomery Rd S.  Turn right of the roundabout onto US-22 W/Montgomery Rd.  After getting out of the roundabout, the entrance to Montgomery Station (Blackbird Pl) will be on your left at the light. When you enter Montgomery station, go straight until you reach the building map, where you will turn left.  Then, turn left again, and we are on the left in Building F.  

If you are coming from the East (e.g., Milford, Eastgate, Newtown, Mariemont, Loveland) take I-275N to I-71S/Cincinnati.  Then, take Exit 14, for OH-126 E/Ronald Reagan Highway.  Keep left and follow signs for OH-126 E/Ronal Reagan Highway. Turn left onto OH-126 E.  Keep right and follow signs for US-22/OH-3/Montgomery Rd S.  Turn right of the roundabout onto US-22 W/Montgomery Rd.  After getting out of the roundabout, the entrance to Montgomery Station (Blackbird Pl) will be on your left at the light. When you enter Montgomery station, go straight until you reach the building map, where you will turn left.  Then, turn left again, and we are on the left in Building F.  

You will see our name on the sign on the door.  Please feel free to park in any available parking space outside the building.  Please come on in, have a seat, and your therapist will come out to greet you at your assigned time.  We look forward to seeing you!

Sign for Montgomery Station, where Cincinnati Center for DBT is located in Cincinnati, Ohio
Building Map for Montgomery Station, location of Cincinnati Center for DBT

Not located in Cincinnati? No problem!

As long as you are physically located in a state in which your provider is licensed during the session, we can provide services to you!  All of our therapists are able to see you virtually anywhere in Ohio, even if you’re outside the Greater Cincinnati area!  All of our online therapy services are available to anyone in Ohio, including Dayton, Columbus, Cleveland, Toledo, Oxford, Akron, Athens, Chillicothe, Steubenville, Celina, Portsmouth, and more!   Wherever you are in Ohio, we’d love to help.

Additionally, all of our psychologists are able to provide online therapy (telehealth) services to clients residing in PSYPACT states, including: Alabama | Arizona | Arkansas | Colorado | Delaware | District of Columbia | Georgia | Illinois | Kansas | Kentucky | Maine | Maryland | Minnesota | Missouri | Nebraska | Nevada | New Hampshire | New Jersey | North Carolina | Ohio | Oklahoma | Pennsylvania | Tennessee | Texas | Utah | Virginia | West Virginia.  This is great news, as we’ve found that most states do not have many adherent DBT providers.  We are honored to have the opportunity to provide our adherent DBT services to clients all over the United States, whether you live in Atlanta, Philadelphia, Nashville, Austin, Baltimore, Minneapolis, Chicago, or any other city in a PSYPACT state.  Note: If you do not live in Ohio and instead live in a PSYPACT state, please mention this when you reach out to us and request to work with a psychologist registered with PSYPACT.  

Great news!  Indiana is in the process of becoming a PSYPACT state, but it is not enacted yet. For now, you can receive our online services by coming across the Ohio state line.  Once Indiana enacts PSYPACT, you can receive services from your home if you are working with one of our PSYPACT-registered psychologists.

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