Suzanne Collins, Psy.D. is the co-owner and managing partner of L+C Psychological Services. Dr. Collins is a clinical child psychologist with extensive experience working in private practice for the past ten years. Dr. Collins uses cognitive-behavioral and solution-focused based interventions, as well engaging in play therapy. She provides individual and family therapy, teaches parenting skills, facilitates group therapy, and provides psychological assessments for ADHD and learning issues...Read More
Kirk Little, Psy.D. is the co-owner of L+C Psychological Services. Dr. Little is a clinical psychologist with extensive experience working in private practice for the past fifteen years. Dr. Little is specially trained in neuropsychological assessment, pediatrics, and child and family therapy. Currently, Dr. Little is the only psychologist in the Greater Cincinnati area to perform Quantitative EEG brain mapping and Neurofeedback and is participating in a multi-site research project designed to test the efficacy of Neurofeedback treatment for patients suffering from traumatic brain injury...Read More
Debra Goran, Ph.D. is a very seasoned psychologist with three decades of working in this field with all sorts of clients. She believes that every problem has multiple solutions and supports you in finding the one that feels the most right for you. She has a great deal of experience in working with all sorts of trauma, childhood abuse, sexual trauma, military and combat trauma, car accidents, etc. She is also well versed in anxiety and depression, panic attacks, couples and relationship issues, and habit disorders...Read More
Victoria Havron, Psy.D. works with children, teens, and their families who are struggling with various issues including anxiety, depression, ADHD, behavioral concerns, and traumatic experiences. Dr. Havron provides individual and family therapy as well as psychological assessment for ADHD and learning difficulties....Read More
Dr. Craven maintains a general psychological practice with a focus on the diagnosis, testing, intervention, and treatment of a variety of mental health issues. She works with individuals of all ages who are struggling with all sorts of challenges – personal relationships, anxiety, depression, ADHD, self-injury, suicidal ideation, etc...Read More
Dr. Logue joined the team at L+C in March of 2019. Prior to this time, she spent about 10 years in college mental health where she played several different roles including staff psychologist and director of a university counseling center. She then served for about 5 years as a program director and associate professor of clinical psychology at a local university. ..
“Life is constantly changing, sometimes these changes are good and sometimes they are difficult. Helping families navigate these transitions and become stronger in the process is the ultimate goal.”