Our Staff

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Carole Bower, M.A., L. P.C.C.-Supv. has been in private practice since 1993, and opened 3C Counseling & Consulting Services in 2001. She holds an M.A. in Mental Health Counseling and a B.S. in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati.  Carole has additional training in Marriage and Family Therapy and Play Therapy for children. She also served as a Military & Family Life Counselor on an installation.  Special areas of interest and expertise are the effects of nutrition and exercise on Behavioral health and Adoption and Attachment (R.A.D.)


Carole is E.A.G.A.L.A.-certified in the use of the Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy model, and in 2005 began H.A.P.P.E.N.I.N.G.S., an experiential outdoor therapy program utilizing horses for producing insight, growth and change in clients. She serves as Director of Heavenward Farm and Horsemanship, the nonprofit that hosts H.A.P.P.E.N.I.N.G.S. and other therapeutic equine programs. She and her husband are the parents of four grown children, two adopted cross-culturally, and were formerly foster parents.


.Dr. Jonathan Trauth, Ed.D., LISW, graduated from Xavier University with a dual degree in Psychology and Theology, and then earned his Doctorate in Counseling from the University of Cincinnati. He is the Interim Chair of the Social Work Department at Central State University.  He formerly worked with adolescents and families at Lighthouse Youth Services, Ohio Mentor and Clermont Recovery Center.   Jon has a particular interest in the area of Addictions Recovery.

Jon is married with two young children and enjoys outdoor activities such as gardening and backpacking.  He also has a passion for helping immigrants adjust and establish a sustainable living.


Beth Blumberg, M.A., LPC,  recently earned her Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Wright State University, after years of working as a school Counselor.  She has a special interest in treating addictions and substance abuse, and is credentialed as a Chemical Dependency Counselor assistant.

Beth has 4 grown children and two dogs, with whom she enjoys spending time. 

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Judith Yisrael holds a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology from Walden University and Bachelor's degree from University of Cincinnati.  She is completing her PhD in Clinical Psychology through Walden U.  She has experience counseling adult clients at United Way clinics and Madisonville EA Center.  She has experience with children and teens in Lakota School district as a teacher and as Principal at St. Joseph Orphanage. 

Judy welcomes adult and youth clients in the office and has an interest in Equine-assisted Psychotherapy, as well.  She has grown children and resides with her husband. 


Seyi "Precious" Oluwadare, CT is completing her Master's degree in Mental Health Counseling at Xavier University and in an Counselor Intern this year.  Precious has a particular interest in helping girls from single-parent families and utilizing faith and spirituality in therapy. 

Precious and her husband are happily expecting their first child.


Olivia Amiott-Seel is a Counselor Intern completing her Master's Degree at Xavier University.  She is learning to use Equine-assisted Psychotherapy as well as seeing clients in the office.  She has an interest in helping younger adults and teens. 

Olivia resides with her family and works with a mobile pet clinic service on the weekends.  She loves animals and has a dog and cats at home.