Marriage, Family & Individual Counseling
925 Congress Park Dr. Suite C
Dayton, OH 45459
Peace. Health. Purpose. It's what we want in life and, yet, it seems so difficult to achieve at times. We all have those periods when we realize life is out of balance!
There are a multitude of reasons-
Life's normal changes can even catch us off guard and before we realize it we are in a vicious cycle of maladjustment. Peggy Volters is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC-S)
practicing with South Dayton Counseling Center and is ready to help you seek healthy solutions. Together, let's identify what will but you back on the path to peace, health and purpose.
Who Is South Dayton Counseling Center?
Peggy Volters is the owner/operator of South Dayton Counseling Center
She attended Cincinnati Christian University one year and then transferred to Wright State University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology.
She graduated with a Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Counseling from Wright State University and has taken post-graduate classes at both Wright State University and
the University of Dayton. Peggy is licensed as an Independent Marriage and Family Therapist (IMFT) as well as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, with Supervisor
designation, (LPCC-S), in the state of Ohio.
Previous Practice Locations
Ms. Volters practiced at New Creation Counseling Center in Tipp City, Ohio and The Dayton Institute for Family Therapy and Wellness in Centerville, Ohio. Following her
tenure at these two offices, she then established her own private practice - South Dayton Counseling Center, Inc., working in Centerville and Middletown, Ohio.
Related Professional Experience
Peggy has taught at Cincinnati Christian University as an adjunct professor and has also had the privilege of working as a member of the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and
Marriage and Family Therapy Board (2009-2011).
About Our Logo
Our logo represents the basic unit of our society-- the family-- joined and supported by the arm, representing the many resources-- counseling, schools, churches,
friends, and extended family-- used by families to remain strong and endure the many stressors of our day.
Peggy has been providing professional counseling to individuals, couples and families for over 24 years for a broad range of presenting concerns.
What sets her apart
from many therapists who treat marriage and family issues is that she has completed specialized education, training and supervised experience
in these areas, all of which are requirements for membership as a Clinical Fellow with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT). Her approach applies
systems theory which takes into account the uniqueness of the relationship dynamics inherent in marriage and family therapy whether she is seeing one member or several members
of a family.
Her approach with individuals primarily incorporates elements of brief therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy-shown by research to be effective in
the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders as well as self-management issues.
Ms. Volters' experience includes:
- Working with adult survivors of sexual, physical or mental abuse
- Family relationship improvement
- Parenting/grandparenting concerns with children of all ages
- Loss/grief counseling
- Learning assertiveness skills
- Learning to relax and cope with stress and anxiety
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
- Eating Disorders
- School Problems
- Chronic Illness
- Stress Management
- Marriage repair after an affair or breach of trust
- Communication skills acquisition
- Post-divorce adjustment (children and adults)
- Coping with addictions in the family
- Improving self-esteem
- Overcoming past disappointments and hurts
- Bipolar Disorder
- Panic Attacks
- Post-Traumatic Stress
- Marital Issues
- Childhood Behavioral Problems
- Anger Management
- Abuse and Trauma
She works with children (starting at age 7), teens, and adults.
Rates and Insurance
The following rates are the amount that will be charged to self-pay clients (payable at time of service) and billed to insurance companies. If I am an in-network provider
for your insurance company they will pay at a contracted rate. Clients will be responsible to pay co-pay or amounts that apply to deductible at the time of service. I
accept cash, checks and credit cards, including Health Savings Account cards.
- Initial Intake session: $135.00
- Individual 45 minute session: $90.00
- Individual 60 minute session: $120.00
- Family 45 mninute session: $105.00
- Family 60 munite session: $135.00
Reasons To Consider Self-Paying
Simply put, privacy
is the reason to self-pay for therapy. When you self-pay for counseling services no information will ever leave my office. In cases where complete
privacy is your objective, self-pay is the option that will ensure that you will not have a diagnosis or progress notes sent to any entity (e.g. health or life insurance company,
employer, etc.) outside of your sessions unless you explicitly sign a release to have your private health information given to someone else. Because you pay up front when you
choose to self-pay, not even a billing service receives your information. If you need this peace of mind, self-pay will provide it.
Prior to an initial session, please carefully read, print and bring the applicable forms. Thank you.