Vladimir Mordashov is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Ohio with an empowering and relational approach to therapy. He immigrated from Russia in his teens, which allowed him to experience and find appreciation in a variety of diverse cultural backgrounds and economic groups. He graduated from Liberty University with an MA in Clinical Counseling and is currently pursuing continuous education in trauma informed and compassion oriented therapies.
Vladimir works with adults, teens, and children (ages 7+) in a collaborative and targeted approach. Using an integrative approach of Cognitive and Dialectical Behavioral modalities, as well as trauma informed Internal Family Systems and Rapid Resolution therapies, he assists individuals to reconnect with their own capacities for healing and growth. If desired, he also offers Christian based counseling.
While being mindful of safety, needs, and trust, Vladimir creates a healing environment that brings long lasting improvements by bringing resolution to the source of the problem, rather than simply managing the symptoms. This approach helps a variety of individuals experiencing a wide range of emotional struggles, such as depression, anxiety, self-harm, personality disorders, and others.