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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 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  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.

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Cynthia Fisher, MA, LPCC holds a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Cincinnati Christian University.  She earned a B.A. in Ministry and Leadership from CCU, and an A.S. in Mental Health Technologies from Sinclair. She has experience with in-patient mental health at Lindner Center of Hope, and individual and couples counseling through private practice and community mental health agencies. She enjoys working with adults of all ages, adolescents, couples and families.


Cindy's areas of interest include: Christian counseling, trauma healing, abuse and toxic relationship counseling, grief counseling, anxiety, depression and other mental disorders. Her approach is to walk encouragingly along side of you as you pursue your goals of better coping and leading a more fulfilling, productive life. 


In her free time, Cindy enjoys her relationships with family and friends and seeking adventures in the great outdoors through hiking and kayaking. 


Emily Gibson is an Intern completing her Master's degree in Social Work at Northern Kentucky University.  She is a social worker for Warren County Children's Services.

Emily resides in the Lebanon area with her family. 


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

Precious is married and has a young daughter.  She available for virtual sessions and teletherapy.

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