Sophia Center is a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of St. Francis of Sylvania and is a member of Sylvania Franciscan Ministries

From individual or group counseling to educational testing, our credentialed staff offers a wide range of services to empower our clients with the personal strength to live life as well-balanced individuals.

NURTURING WELLNESS IN MIND, BODY AND HEART

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Through the use of integrated healing, our mission is to nurture and guide our clients in finding their unique value, dignity and potential to live life as well-balanced individuals in mind, body and heart.

By providing a holistic approach to mental, physical and emotional well-being, our staff is dedicated to empowering each and every client to have a positive self-image, effective communication, and strong support systems.

We are  located at 5335 Silica Drive, in Sylvania, Ohio. The Sophia Center offers a full spectrum of therapeutic services that provide an integrated and holistic approach to achieving inner health and well-being through counseling and testing.

How we can help…

Help clients heal and live life to its fullest despite any personal challenges they may face

Individual, group, marriage and family counseling

Testing, educational consultation, massage and hypnotherapy

Workshops, in-services and special presentations

Grounded in the faith and mission of the Franciscans

Professional psychologists and therapists

Integrate faith into your healing process, if desired

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Office Hours

Monday – Friday
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Please note that clinician hours vary and include some evenings and weekends. For counseling and testing please call the office for an intake and to schedule an appointment.

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Our next Trauma 101 is this Friday! Anyone interested in learning is welcome to register!💡Come learn with us and help make our community more trauma-informed at this free event!

Join us at the Franciscan Center on the Lourdes campus to heighten your awareness on trauma by defining and exploring how it impacts individuals and what you can do to provide support.
You don't need to work in a specific field to benefit from this event, the valuable information being shared is useful in any capacity both personally and professionally.

💢There are 3 pre-approved CEU's from the CSWMFT Board and Lunch will be provided

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NURTURING WELLNESS IN MIND, BODY AND HEART

“I struggled everyday to get up and fake that all was well as I worked, raised a family and went to college. Sr. Sharon counseled me and helped me to explore my childhood to see why I was so depressed. Abuse was something I totally blocked out of my adult life.”

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