Amy L. Gould, PCC-S               
Private Practice Clinical Counselor
3659 S. Green Rd., #101
Beachwood, Ohio 44122
216-206-6919 (office)           
Dedicated to your therapy needs . . .                             

  • Independently Licensed Counselor
  • Certification in Clinical Hypnosis by ASCH
  • Member of American Counseling Association
  • Member of American Society of Clinical Hypnosis Amy L. Gould, PCC       


When you just want things to change, and are ready to try a new approach, it may be time to seek professional help.
When your life has lost a sense of purpose, you may want to look deeper into yourself, and your history.
It may simply be at time to reflect deeper about your life.
There are many reasons it may be time for therapy.
< If you have found me, you may be seeking a therapist for problems you have not been able to resolve through ordinary measures.

Hours by appointment only
Counseling Services for Individuals, Couples, Groups, War Veterans, and Families

My philosophy is to provide quality, long-term counseling, with lasting results. Therapy can lead to better self- and other-awareness, and increased levels of self-mastery and fulfillment. It is important to choose a counselor with whom you feel comfortable because the relationship is one of the most essential ingredients of successful therapy.

    It may be time to give yourself the gift of therapy,
        and make a greater commitment to yourself, and to your life.

Counseling may help with relationship problems, marital or pre-marital counseling, the long-term effects of family problems, trauma, rape. Counseling may benefit adult survivors of abuse, dysfunctional families, and people dealing with addictions, alcohol addiction, and sexual addiction. Counseling may be critical in helping with the concerns of combat war veterans, their families, posttraumatic stress, and disability. I am able to address these mental health concerns, as well as provide assessment and evaluation for disability claims.
Counseling can also help with achieving optimal growth and potential
        Improve memory
        Improve work performance
        Healthy Lifestyles

There are many factors to consider when choosing a counselor. You may want to consider the counselor's license, location, fees, and level of experience. You may want to consider the quality of service you get. Research supports that the quality of the relationship you have with your therapist is the most predictable variable of success in therapy. Ultimately, you can benefit by choosing someone you like and trust, who offers excellent service, a comfortable office setting, and a therapeutic relationship you feel works for you.

Amy L. Gould, PCC Therapist Beachwood Therapist