Tel: 614-890-4904

E-mail: DrFidelibus@DrFidelibus.com

Address: 4400 North High Street, Suite 413

Columbus, OH 43214

© 2019 by James A. Fidelibus, PhD LICDC

COUNSELING SERVICES FOR

ADULTS & ADOLESCENTS

As a firm believer in staying committed to one another, growing old together, and forming lasting bonds, we are happy to assist you with our couples therapy sessions. You can also receive treatment as an individual for sexual addictions, impulsive behaviors, and more.

Helping you to work through your relationship issues

Your relationship doesn't have to end just because it's in turmoil. Learn how to eradicate negative interaction cycles so that you can begin to bond with your partner once again. My Couple's Therapy and Marriage Counseling in Columbus, OH has helped many couples through troubled times. Don't delay, get in touch today

Combat Addictions

Face compulsion, addiction, and impulsive behaviors head on when you visit us today. You'll learn to battle your fears with the help of our professional team, as well as gain access to support groups consisting of people who are in the same situations as you.

Adjust Sexual Behaviors

Everyone has a dark side, and sometimes those particular traits break through to the surface. When sexual behaviors become too much to handle, our team will work with you to accept these behaviors and eradicate them, instead of simply suppressing them.

Call today to set up an appointment with Dr. Jim.

How to Get the Most Out of Therapy

  1. Use Your Time - arrive a few minutes early to mentally prepare yourself before entering your session and forget about the clock when you are in the session.

  2. Apply Your Session - in between meetings, apply what you've taken to your life and be mindful; make note of changes you are working on and that you want to make.

  3. Journal - take note of your thoughts and feelings; don't stress about writing a lot, just record your feelings and thoughts as you go - it may help to bring it to your next session.

  4. Be Open and Honest - do not try to censor your feelings or any questions you may have -always express what you are feeling. Don't be afraid to try new things and feel free to speak what's on your mind, even if it does seem off topic.

  5. Be Proactive - your therapist is not here to answer questions for you but rather to guide you to your own answers.

  6. Be Ready for Change - know that in order for therapy to succeed, you may have to make some changes to get there; but don't worry - your therapist is here to help you with these changes.