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Couples Counseling Therapists in Grand Rapids

Jolie Thomson Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Grand Rapids
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, LCSW
“Practicing therapy since 2002, with children, adolescents, families and adults, I have been able to consistently use clinical experience to find flexible solutions even when others have burned out. With honest and direct feedback, I provide a safe and compassionate environment for clients to grow and make positive changes. I will be forthright about difficult decisions and work tirelessly to find the best, if not easiest, solutions. My consistent concern for the client, rich clinical background, high ethical standards, and willingness to tackle difficult tasks have allowed me to improve clients' emotional and behavioral stability.
Couples Counseling
(616) 244-2218
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
JLS Counseling & Mentoring, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Grand Rapids
“Life can be a confusing, scary journey. But I believe people can experience the reality of hope rather than just hoping that chance will change their lives. My desire is to come alongside individuals and couples where they are to help them resolve issues, to guide their discovery of who they are (to know their strengths as well as their weaknesses), to uncover core issues that may be interfering with their personal growth and relationships, and to assist them as they incorporate these discoveries into a plan that will move them toward their goals.
Couples Counseling
(616) 347-6768
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49505
James C Mitchell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Grand Rapids
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MA, LMSW
“I have been helping adults and adolescents achieve more peaceful and satisfying lives for over 29 years. I see therapy as a collaborative process where we work together to help you achieve your goals. I work with clients concerning a wide range of issues, from depression and anxiety to family of origin issues and how they impact parenting and relationships. I enjoy working with clients who are committed to making changes to improve their lives.
Couples Counseling
(616) 920-0672
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49506
Tacia Knoper, Counselor  in Grand Rapids
“It is my mission to help individuals face life's challenges in a safe and supportive environment; to not only tackle their current situation, but to gain the necessary tools to cope with future problems. I offer both individual and group therapy to answer several key questions: what is currently holding the person back, what tools can the person use or develop to overcome this blockage, how to best function as an individual in a social environment, and how to identify and strengthen healthy relationships or disengage from un-healthy relationships.
Couples Counseling
(616) 594-0986
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503
Benjamin Reisterer, Counselor  in Grand Rapids
“My first priority is to know and understand you as a complete person. I believe this is the first step towards a healthy therapeutic experience because all the techniques, approaches, theories, and knowledge in the world won't mean anything if you do not trust and feel secure enough with your counselor to try them out. My goal is to then walk with you towards healing, change, and purpose while using the therapeutic relationship as the foundation from which we identify and build out the most effective techniques and approaches to achieve your goals.
Couples Counseling
(616) 432-2431 x11
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49525
Wesley G Morgan, Counselor  in Grand Rapids
“I believe life is a process. Many things occur during this process. The challenge is our perspective and how we chose to look at life. There are times when the lenses through which we use to view life are clouded, but with the proper adjustments our vision can be much clearer.
Couples Counseling
(616) 604-4090
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49504
Larry L Sonksen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Grand Rapids
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW
“Sometimes, the reasons why partners become upset with each other run deeper than the present circumstances. When partners persist in doing or saying things that upset each other over and over again, there is often something more at stake than meets the eye. Stop feeling stuck in the same old problem cycle. I have over 30 years helping couples, individuals, and families find new solutions to old problems. I have found my post-graduate training in marriage and family therapy to be a valuable resource in helping others achieve their goals and potential. I have also presented at national conferences.
Couples Counseling
(616) 710-4404
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
Mary Ellen Bertling-Safford, Counselor  in Grand Rapids
“My approach begins right where you are and uses your life experience as an asset to be leveraged in the healing process. I see my role as a facilitator of your own personal discovery and empowerment. Each of us is an authentic work of art, shaped and molded by our experiences, both good and bad. My treatment philosophy includes counseling each and every client as an individual, with care and without judgment. I work with the biological, psychological, social and spiritual elements presented and design treatment solutions with you and for you within a framework of hope.
Couples Counseling
(616) 209-4065 x111
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
Paul Hewitt, Psychologist  in Grand Rapids
“Do you long to experience change in your life? Maybe you desire greater intimacy and authenticity in your relationships. Maybe you seek freedom from defeating guilt and shame. Maybe you long for relief from anxiety and fear. I believe that profound healing and growth can occur in the context of an emotionally safe and collaborative therapeutic relationship. While I integrate aspects of various models in my approach (cognitive behavioral, mindfulness), I work primarily from a relational psychodynamic model.
Couples Counseling
(616) 871-2285
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
Nancy Jonker, Psychologist  in Grand Rapids
“If you know what you're doing isn't working, if you know you need to change something, but you have no idea how to go about it, this is an excellent time to consult a therapist. Whether it's a relationship issue, trouble concentrating or staying motivated at work, sleep problems, or mood issues, there is power in partnering with a seasoned therapist who can help you sort out the chaos in your head and offer skills to stabilize and improve your life.
Couples Counseling
(616) 710-4367
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
Thomas C Fuller, Psychologist  in Grand Rapids
“When you are revealing the personal aspects of your life to someone, you want that person to be intelligent, warm and non-judgmental. You also want that person to be knowledgeable and practical. Most people find me to be an open,friendly person with a sense of humor. I am direct and offer practical help in addressing the problems of life. I provide a comfortable environment to help you solve your problems, reach your goals, and learn new skills for managing your life. I have 30 years of experience in helping others with a wide range of life's problems.
Couples Counseling
(616) 458-0692
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503
Bryan Creeger, Counselor  in Grand Rapids
“I believe that you have within you the potential to experience peace of mind. Where you do not live under the control of fear, regret, anxiety, depression, or addiction. A life that is defined by confidence and freedom. Through the counseling process we gain access to healing and help. Those places that you were worried to revisit, those emotions that seemed too overwhelming to face- we will journey towards them together at a pace that is safe for you. We will mindfully work through those burdensome issues as you develop skills that will equip you to enjoy life more freely.
Couples Counseling
(616) 421-4233
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
James DeBoe, Psychologist  in Grand Rapids
“People usually come in with a problem. It may be personal such as depression or financial trouble. Or it my be that some other person in your life is a problem and we would need to find some answers for a relationship. I will work with you confidentially and carefully to understand what is going wrong; and then we would talk together to get some answers. I work in short term and long term therapies depending what you need. I try to provide these attributes which help therapy succeed: trust, compassion, and feedback based on a lot of years with a wide variety of people.
Couples Counseling
(616) 965-7983
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
Linda Leedy Schneider, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Grand Rapids
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, MSW, ACSW
“With over twenty-five years of experience, I am dedicated to providing thoughtful, compassionate, and individualized psychotherapy to help you achieve change and personal growth. I understand that what may work in helping one person meet their goals may not work for another. Therefore, I use a flexible, individualized, and integrative approach to help you achieve a greater sense of well being by gaining understanding and greater mastery over the factors that underlie your difficulties. I will also work with you to build on your existing strengths and develop new skills to resolve your concerns.
Couples Counseling
(616) 414-0932
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
William A. Brandner, MA, LPC, Counselor  in Grand Rapids
“Change can be difficult and even scary, but often it is easier than continuing the same old patterns that don't seem to be working. Are you worried, upset, fearful of the future, feeling confused? Job stress, financial problems, relationship problems, parenting problems, spiritual problems, job loss, grief, perhaps chronic worry, depression, anxiety, even PTSD. You feel like you need help, but something holds you back. Which one is it ? Want help?
Couples Counseling
(616) 710-4342
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
Gary Watson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Grand Rapids
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“Are you having a problem you just can't fix on your own? Trouble with your kids, spouse, work, school. or just trying to gain some clarity about a situation so you can decide which way to go? Seeing a counselor to help get things back on track is often the fastest and most effective way to get the relief you need. At Turning Point Therapy, I use Solution Focused Therapy to help you figure out what you can do next to create a solution to your problem, and I am confident you'll see results quickly .
Couples Counseling
(616) 548-6138
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49525
Amy L Jarchow, Psychologist  in Grand Rapids
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, depressed, or anxious? Having a hard time communicating effectively with others? Making the decision to seek professional help is a difficult task. I am hoping that this information helps you in making that decision. I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and have worked in private practice since earning my PhD in 2004. I enjoy my job immensely and I work diligently to provide a comfortable, open environment for my clients with an emphasis on collaboration. We will work together to try to reach your goals so you can ultimately enjoy a better quality of life.
Couples Counseling
(616) 458-0692
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503
Ashley Nichols Vanbemmelen, Counselor  in Grand Rapids
“While life can bring great joy and success - it can also bring sadness and worry. It is in these times that a counselor can be most beneficial. I would be glad to provide you with a safe place to open up and explore the challenges you've faced. I believe that healing is possible and that life really can get better. Together, we can process how difficult life has been and we can begin to build hope and healing for your future.
Couples Counseling
(616) 818-0773
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49505
Michael D Forrest, Counselor  in Grand Rapids
“I care about the troubled, the misunderstood, the confused, fearful and lost. I like to work with thoughtful, sensitive people who ask questions and who may march to the beat of the proverbial "different drummer." I like to work with spiritual people- artists, writers, musicians, clergy, philosophers, and those who appreciate the wonders of life and have questions and struggles with their place in their world and the nature and intentions of its Creator.
Couples Counseling
(616) 920-0944
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49512
Josh Warren, Counselor  in Grand Rapids
“Building a trusting relationship with clients is the first step toward healthy successful counseling. My specialties are in marital therapy (including pre-engagement and pre-marital counseling) and in sexual and substance abuse addiction counseling. My extensive training also allows me to see a wide variety of client issues including teens and adults struggling from anxiety, depression, stress, and a number of other situations due to unhealthy relationships, environments, and internal conflicts.
Couples Counseling
(616) 308-6151
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49525
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