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Therapists in Brighton

Kate S McKee, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Brighton
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“It is important for me to build a strong relationship with my clients and meet them where they are at. I draw from a variety of theories and work collaboratively with my clients to find the best fit. My goal is to create a safe and respectful environment that supports vulnerability and promotes change. You are the expert of your life, and I am here to listen, and offer another perspective.
(810) 344-6150
Brighton, Michigan 48116
“"Two roads diverged in the wood, and I, I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference." (Robert Frost) Counseling can make this type of difference in your life. We all face uncertainity and challenges. The key is in how you handle and cope with these stressful situations. I can help! I can help you when you feel down and depressed, when you think you have no options, when you panic and become anxious, and when you are feeling overwhelmed. Let's work together to take a different path, and create joy, laughter and hope in your life.
(734) 961-4824
Brighton, Michigan 48116
Susan Carter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brighton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“Are you tired of continually trying to improve or change your life without positive results? I believe that with individual willingness and professional guidance, it is possible for everyone to lead a fulfilling life. Since my graduation from the University of Michigan in 1987, my social work career has led me to work with a large range of people from young children to those who are nearing the end of their lives.I use an eclectic counseling approach to help individuals discover areas in their lives in which change can occur. These areas may include relationships, employment, or emotional issues.
(810) 214-0774
Brighton, Michigan 48116
“Emotional wellbeing is a fundamental component to your health and quality of life. Interpersonal, academic, occupational, and relationship challenges can interfere with your daily functioning and health. Therapy offers an environment and relationship in which to be heard, to be understood, and promote growth and change that leads to improved emotional wellbeing and makes a difference in how life is lived. I aim to provide effective psychological services for people experiencing a wide range of challenges that may be an obstacle in their life, including those with severe and debilitating issues to those seeking self-discovery and insight.
(810) 683-5060
Brighton, Michigan 48114
Arica VanGelderen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brighton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LLMSW
“Every person is a unique individual who relates to the world in a different way. My goal is to form a collaborative relationship with each person that leads to self-discovery and growth. The therapeutic process is about each individual person's unique experience with their own symptoms and behaviors. My commitment to each person I see is to help resolve unwanted thoughts, feelings, or behaviors that may cause pain. I utilize a non-judgmental approach, which includes warmth, empathy, and an open mind.
(810) 356-0673
Brighton, Michigan 48116
Kelly A Riley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brighton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“I work to help clients function optimally in their daily lives. This may mean helping individuals resolve trauma related issues, eliminate or reduce mood disorders, assess for Attention Deficit disorders and/or strengthen personal relationships. My treatment modalities include Cognitival Behavioral therapy, EMDR, ADHD Assessments and Mindfulness strategies. I work from a strengths-based, person-centered foundation to empower individuals and families to live their best lives.
(734) 206-1748
Brighton, Michigan 48116
David Warwick Armstrong, Psychologist  in Brighton
“I have been practicing for thirty-four years as a Psychologist and Marriage and Family Therapist. I enjoy the privilege of being able to give back to clients, their more complete selves. I am client-centered, problem-focused and solution-oriented. I do give feedback and I am directive, believing nothing gets better without trying some changes. As we share the journey, it is my job to feed back to you, your life in such a way that you can use it to grow beyond your present difficulties. I am a graduate of the University of Michigan.
(810) 512-2950
Brighton, Michigan 48116
Brighton Office Ann Arbor Consultation Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brighton
“With 40 specialists, we'll help you find the right one. Our services are: Affordable (95% are paid by BCN, BCBS, HAP, Priority Health), Accessible (scheduled quickly for sessions Monday-Saturday, 8am-9pm), Effective (with measurable, meaningful change and high satisfaction-more than 50% of our referrals come from current and former clients). Since 1981, AACS therapists have helped thousands of clients of all ages achieve their goals. You can trust that you will receive cost effective, state of the art, collaborative services, with measurable and achievable goals that meet the highest national accreditation and best practice standards.
(734) 396-0219
Brighton, Michigan 48114
Johanna M Ciak, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brighton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW
“Do you want to make changes that will last? I specialize in helping you gain insight into whatever issue is holding you back from living a healthy, fulfilling life. We can all overcome our fears if we understand the origin of our emotional pain. I help each person become aware of their fear based beliefs which create roadblocks to living a rewarding life. Once we remove the emotional "roadblocks," we gain self acceptance. Self acceptance is the key to freeing ourselves from pain and truly appreciating who and what we are.
(810) 360-1542
Brighton, Michigan 48116
Mike Corrigan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brighton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW
“I work to help others reduce distress, maximize functioning and find joy and purpose in their lives. No matter what challenges we face, we can learn ways to improve our ability to meet and overcome them. I use a combination of techniques to build and enhance skills for rising to meet life's stressful moments and to understand that our "weaknesses" can be our greatest strengths.
(810) 360-2828
Brighton, Michigan 48116
Melinda Mackey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brighton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW, CHT, BCC, DCC
“We all need help from time to time. I enjoy partnering with adults to assist them in overcoming challenges and obstacles. I believe individuals are capable of not only surviving but thriving when challenges are met and overcome.
(810) 479-4804
Brighton, Michigan 48116
Charlene Crickon Kushler, Psychologist  in Brighton
“Whether you just want to change something about yourself or are having problems with relationships, behaviors or feelings that are adding stress to your everyday life, I have an expertise in using my clinical knowledge to locate the underlying source of the problem and providing you with specific and practical feedback to improve your life. Everyone at some point in their lives could benefit from sorting through their feelings and thoughts and changing some behaviors using a caring and knowledgeable professional. This process can be as brief or as extensive as you want because it is tailored to your needs.
(810) 229-8074
Brighton, Michigan 48116
Roberta Hitt, Psychologist  in Brighton
“I believe that people seek therapy for many different reasons; to manage feelings of sadness and/or anxiety, to work through specific personal or relational crises, to better parent difficult children, or simply to understand and resolve general feelings of discontent. I work with clients for all of these reasons. I enjoy helping people discover new ways of thinking and finding qualities in themselves that have long been hidden. I think of my therapy as a way to help people understand and change patterns of behavior that interfere with life goals and self-fulfillment. Therapy is about helping people feel better.
(734) 649-0244
Brighton, Michigan 48116
“One of our greatest assets is that we are able to experience, feel and remember different events, emotions and people that make up our lives. This same ability can present challenges. You may be dealing with situations involving relationships, jobs, illness, grief or some other uncertainties. I acknowledge your courage in seeing if counseling is the right fit for you. I customize the counseling experience for you. I include Cognitive Behavioral techniques which help you discover how thoughts impact behaviors. Together, we'll process these thoughts and how looking at them in a new way might be helpful to you.
(734) 707-4851
Brighton, Michigan 48114
Jenny Parmenter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brighton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LMSW
“Are you in need of a nurturing place to sort out life's challenges? I feel everyone from time to time can use some extra support and insight to gain greater fulfillment in their lives. Over the years, I have had the privilege of working with individuals, couples and families that were committed to making these positive changes. I welcome the opportunity to assist you in life's journey.
(810) 696-8018
Brighton, Michigan 48116
William A. Presti Center for Families and Youth, Treatment Facility  in Brighton
“Do you feel overwhelmed by your circumstances? Are you beyond your ability to cope? We can offer you new hope with whatever your struggle is. At the William A. Presti Center for Families and Youth, we will work with you to recognize and overcome whatever is holding you back from acheiving the happiness you deserve. Our licensed staff are trained to work with individuals, couples, and families. We provide a safe, caring, environment for all of our clients.We will break through emotional road blocks that keep you from living a healthy, happy, life!
(810) 479-0540
Brighton, Michigan 48116
Mary K Hirschmugl, Counselor  in Brighton
“A psychotherapist in private practice in Brighton Michigan, Mary K. Hirschmugl offers transformational counseling to assist you in recovering from sexual abuse, dissociative disorders, codependency and depression as well as developing healthy skills including anger management, building high-self-esteem, boundary work and a deeper spirituality. Many of her clients are survivors of incest or couples in which at least one partner has experienced abuse. She also works with people in recovery from dysfunctional and addictive lifestyles.
(810) 689-9442
Brighton, Michigan 48116
Lauren Radtke Rounds, Psychologist  in Brighton
“I am clinical psychologist in Brighton, MI and Northville, MI, specializing in ADHD, anxiety, depression, oppositional and defiant behavior, as well as learning disorders. I provide individualized therapy with a focus on helping you to connect your thoughts and behaviors in order to take more purposeful actions in your life. I also provide diagnostic psychological testing for learning disorders and ADHD.
(248) 796-0368
Brighton, Michigan 48116
Deborah Gottlieb-Porlick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brighton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW, CAAC
“Are you experiencing difficulties due to marital/relationship conflicts? Unresolved grief? PTSD? Substance abuse or support for family members or a substance abuser? Depression and anxiety? Over the years I have had the opportunity to work with individuals, couples, and families to learn how to cope with these issues.
(810) 683-5711
Brighton, Michigan 48116
Erin Oldford, Counselor  in Brighton
“What's keeping you awake at night and/or robbing you of contentment in your life? Are you experiencing difficulties due to interpersonal relationships, marital conflict, lifestyle changes or unresolved issues from your past? Do you struggle with parenting issues? Is your child/teen struggling? I can help with any range of issues that are keeping you from living a full and satisfying life and achieving life goals. I work with individuals, couples and families and I have several years of experience counseling preteens and teens.
(248) 817-8335
Brighton, Michigan 48116

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What method of therapy is right for me?
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