Jack Niehaus brings over forty years of experience as a specialist in human systems to his work with businesses. In addition to his own experience as an executive, he has enjoyed success as an executive coach, family business consultant, and specialist in conflict resolution. After completing his graduate work at Ohio State University in 1964 as a specialist in social group work, he helped to found and administer two community mental health centers in Kentucky and Ohio between 1967 and 1979. In 1979 he entered full time private practice as a psychotherapist, trainer and consultant.
Since 1999 Jack has provided Executive Coaching, Family Business Consultation and Team Building to a variety of clients. This direct help to CEO’s, senior managers and family business owners from an experienced clinician who is skilled in intervening into human systems, has produced successful results.
Psychotherapist to a diverse population of individuals, couples, families and groups, Jack has successfully treated thousands of patients over the past thirty five years.
Trainer of hundreds of psychotherapists in methods of group and systems therapy. This population includes family physicians, psychiatrists, clinical social workers, psychologists, nurses and clinical counselors.
Provider of organizational and clinical consultation to most of the non-profit agencies in the tri-state area over thirty years. This consultation has included grant writing, staff development and training and individual consultation to agency directors.
Mr. Niehaus has taught human development, group dynamics and family dynamics at five of the major universities in the tri-state area. He developed and administered a private marriage and family therapy training institute in his private practice in 1975 which has provided training for hundreds of professionals in the tri-state area over the past thirty years. He served as a consultant for True North Advisors, Inc., a Business Consulting Company with a special mission to family businesses which he worked with a variety of family businesses. He is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Past Director of Training in Marital and Family Therapy at the University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine. He is a senior consultant to the Employee Assistance Program of the Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati. He has served on the advisory boards of the Home Health Agency of Greater Cincinnati, The Salvation Army, the First Step Home and Central Montessori Academy.