Dr. Louis Appiah-Kubi is our Psychology Postdoctoral Fellow with training to diagnose and treat a wide
range of mental health conditions. He received his doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Wright
State University’s School of Professional Psychology in Dayton, Ohio. He completed his internship at The Ohio State University’s Counseling and Consultation Service.
Louis has experience working with individuals of varying diversity variables in several settings. He has
worked with children teaching them empathy, impulse control, and anger management, as well as with their parents, focusing on development, communication, and positive discipline techniques.
He has experience working with adolescents in a residential treatment facility for adjudicated youth, and with young adults in a college counseling center. Louis has also worked in a community mental health center serving individuals of all ages.
Louis’ style of therapy is integrative and values-based, that is, what is important to you and how best can work in service of those values. He approaches therapy from an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy framework with tenets from Interpersonal Process, Cognitive Behavioral, Dialectical Behavioral, and Multicultural Counseling Therapies.
Louis is not yet licensed in the State of Ohio. He is supervised by Deborah Rich, PhD.
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