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Hypnotherapy Therapists in Michigan (MI)

Shari Slebodnik  in Rochester Hills
“While completing my doctorate, I have logged 10,000+ hours in the treatment, research, and advocacy of Trans*/gender-variant individuals, I can assure you that if you have questions or need guidance through the transitional process, or any facet of your gender or sexuality, I am capable and knowledgeable enough to aid you. Throughout the therapeutic process, you can anticipate that nonjudgmental/unconditional method of acceptance and respect, regardless of your lifestyle, beliefs, or current situation, and expect to be an integral part of the entire treatment process. I discarde the belief that a person IS their diagnosis.
(586) 933-5387
Monica King LMSW ACSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
“In the midst of the busyness and conflicts of life it can be hard to hear your own wisdom saying who you are and how you can change. Psychotherapy can help. At its heart, psychotherapy is about listening. And you, feeling truly heard in a new, and refreshing way. As a therapist I strive to listen with compassion and interest to help my clients hear their own voice. Reflected, this offers possibilities for greater self understanding, change, and new direction. The therapeutic relationship serves as a catalyst for the positive changes that you as a client seek.
(734) 389-7753
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Elaine J Horigian,   in Beverly Hills
“Are you in a relationship where there is a lot of arguing or a lot of cold silence? Do you feel alone even though you are married? Or are you single and curious about why your past relationships have failed? Are you wondering how to build a healthy close relationship? If you have answered yes to several of these questions, research demonstrates that seeking the appropriate type of relationship counseling may benefit you greatly. I am an IMAGO relationship therapist with over 35 years experience and can help you restore feelings of love and closeness so that you can build the " relationship of your dreams".
(248) 213-8456
Beverly Hills, Michigan 48025
Joseph R Elwart, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Royal Oak
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited Licensed Psychologist, PsyS, LLP
“In August of 1993, I made a decision to commit my work as a psychotherapist to the care and protection of God. Since that time, I have repeatedly stood in awe watching God work in clients to heal, rebuild, and restore those who suffer from abuse, trauma, anxiety, depression and fear (to name a few!). Believe me . . . Miracles do happen! My desire is that you will find here the resources you need to begin (or continue) your psychological and spiritual growth. My hope is that you will allow me to become a part of your journey.
(248) 707-1572
Royal Oak, Michigan 48073
Mark Blough, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“With 25 years of experience, I am a seasoned therapist with a multitude of practical experiences within both public and private fields of behavioral health. I have been instrumental in the delivery of therapeutic services to some of the most clinically complicated cases. This includes work with children, adolescents, adults and disrupted couples and families. However, my expertise is also relevant to those experiencing transitional difficulties of life, relational problems within marriage and family, and/or those seeking a therapeutic confidante to work through life's personal dilemmas. I work with adults, adolescents and children in individual, couples, families and group psychotherapy.
(734) 469-5296
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
“I see a primary goal of psychotherapy as providing the individual with a sense of empowerment: the belief that you are able to control your own thoughts and actions and through that interact more effectively in social, personal, and occupational arenas. Therapy begins with establing a supportive therapeutic relationship, in which one feels accepted and validated. The specific methods I use vary depending on the nature of the problem and the needs of the client.
(989) 488-6243
Saginaw, Michigan 48604
Happiness Now Hypnosis,   in Southfield
“I help clients reach their goals quickly & easily using Hypnosis & Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Practice ares include but aren't limited to weight loss, smoking cessation, managing Type 2 diabetes, trauma and PTSD relief, depression and anxiety, job performance and improving self esteem and relationships.
(248) 213-7703
Southfield, Michigan 48076
Abe Atallah, Counselor  in Livonia
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, DMin, LPC, LLMFT, CAAC, LSC
“I am a licensed mental health counselor with 20 year experience specializing in treating depression, anxiety, panic disorder, and addiction. I follow natural techniques that are scientific, evidence based, and effective. These techniques help clients alleviate symptoms of depression, anxiety-panic, addiction, and other related mood disorders. Our clinic is certified by the Amen Clinic (Dr. Daniel Amen) to use his assessment method and treatment approaches. This process starts by identifying the specific type of mood disorder, and its related brain types, followed by suggest treatment approaches, educational materials, vitamins, and amino acid supplements. See
(248) 636-2281
Livonia, Michigan 48154
Ralph P Keith, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“I believe that most behavioral/ emotional problems have a common origin which is the failure to express true emotions and feelings. Individuals learn early on that which is acceptable and that which is not. As we push away feelings, and deny parts of who we are, these feelings don't simply disappear; instead, they remain hidden, and continue to influence behavior in unpredictable and negative ways. Because of this commonality in most problems, I welcome people who have problems with anxiety, depression,eating disorders, relationship problems, sexual concerns,and addictive behaviors.
(734) 494-2523
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
David Monroe, Counselor  in Redford
“Find hope for your relationships, achieve personal growth, and overcome past problems! Dr. David Monroe, Director of Hope Counseling Center will help you discover the cause of your problems and guide you to an effective solution. David with doctorate degrees in counseling and Christian Ministry, I am uniquely trained to use hypnosis to treat your deep feelings, reduce your stress, and modify your behavior. I have 22 years of counseling experience treating individuals and couples from a variety of religious and ethic backgrounds. Professional, Christian, Affordable.
(313) 437-2238
Redford, Michigan 48239
Valorie Cheyne, Psychologist  in Bingham Farms
“I am passionate about my work with individuals, couples and families. My ideal clients are people who are mature and interested in personal growth. I derive satisfaction from helping people connect more deeply to an inner knowledge of themselves. I believe if you discover the patterns in your life that aren't working and are able to substitute new ways of problem solving and communicating then balance and harmony are restored. This provides an opportunity to discover a deeper connection and purpose to life and relationships.
(248) 809-4471
Bingham Farms, Michigan 48025
Matt Sweet, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Royal Oak
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“For more than a decade I have been helping people through difficult times in their lives. Difficulties like anxiety, depression, stressful life changes, and issues with relationships and sexuality. I have seen hundreds of clients and helped them recognize what's really holding them back. My practice is grounded in these core beliefs: We all can change; all people are worthy of dignity and respect; everyone is deserving of love; the answers to our struggles are inside us.
(248) 242-7183
Royal Oak, Michigan 48067
Nicholas Giardino, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“I have almost 20 years' experience treating anxiety and stress-related problems, and am an internationally recognized expert on the relationship between anxiety and physical symptoms. My clinical practice focuses on the treatment of panic disorder, phobias, and anxiety related to chronic medical conditions, especially lung diseases. I also specialize in helping people who are having trouble with sleep and health-related behavior changes, such as increasing physical activity. My treatment approach is primarily cognitive-behavioral, and incorporates other complimentary practices and techniques, including mindfulness, biofeedback and relaxation training.
(774) 272-4426
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, RN, LMSW, CSAT, ADS
“I have experience working with adult survivors of abuse, depression, post traumatic stress disorder (military, natural disaster, abuse, etc.); anxiety, bereavement, eating disorders, adoption issues, and sexual addictions. As an RN and clinical social worker, I understand medical issues that need to be considered in the overall treatment plan.
(313) 486-1211
Troy, Michigan 48083
Barbara Clayton Price, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Grand Rapids
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LMSW, ACSW, CHt
“I am a Psychotherapist, Licensed Counselor and a Clinical Hypnotherapist. While attending The University of Michigan, I was schooled in foundations of an ethical and multicultural practice. In addition, I received education in the practice of the following therapies; Psychoanalytic Therapy, Adlerian Therapy, Existential Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, Gestalt Therapy, Transactional analysis, Behavior Therapy, Rational-Emotive Therapy, other Cognitive-Behavioral approaches and Reality Therapy. As I am eclectic in my approach to treatment, I utilize a variety of the before mentioned modalities with my clients in addition to some alternative healing practices.
(616) 920-0244
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49506
Michael Smith, Psychologist  in Niles
“Whatever suffering or problem has evoked your search for a Jungian psychologist, you are an irreplaceable human being, from my point of view, and the problems and suffering is ultimately just stuff in the way of your own self-realization in life. The healing resources are latent within you, and our work is one of collaborating to evoke these self-healing and wholeness-making potentials into action. Each of us has the capacity to find and honor the Inner Healer, who is also the Dream Maker implicit in our hearts. Therapy becomes a heart-to-heart relationship between you and me.
(269) 351-4082
Niles, Michigan 49120
Lawrence Dugan, Psychologist  in Grand Rapids
“I focus on empowering people by working with them to challenge their thoughts and feelings,many of which exist at the unconscious level. I employ mostly classical psychoanalytic psychotherapy techniques though I am more confrontive at times and reflective at others. My style is to employ humor and emphasize enduring change in how a person views himself and how he/she feels. True therapy to me is a long-term commmitment if it is to create enduring mental health.
(616) 308-2345
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I specialize in helping people feel calm and relaxed. I believe in teaching people the skills they need so no matter what life throws at them they can feel calm and in control.
(248) 329-0473
Lucinda Orwoll, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“I combine traditional talk therapy with experiential and holistic approaches that calm the nervous system, access inner knowledge, strengthen the Self, and develop new ways of coping with challenges. These can include breath and relaxation, guided imagery, meditation, and energy psychology. I also teach cognitive behavioral techniques to change harmful thought patterns. Based in current brain science and ancient wisdom teachings, I help people utilize the healthy and mature parts of themselves to become more conscious, integrated, and whole.
(734) 719-1384
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PhD, Hyp, MS, Psyc, MA
“I am Dr. Jack Grenan & I enjoy helping others find relief from their troubles & pain. I understand because of my own painful childhood. I never judge & I learn more by listening than speaking. I use my own sensitivity & insights to guide a person on ," A Journey of Self Discovery & Understanding. I am trained in hypnosis. I promise that every person will leave after their 1st visit with, HOPE & A PLAN! I am a Christian,and a very blessed survivor of 4th stage colon cancer. I help anyone who asks and I will never give up on you! Dr.Jack Grenan
(231) 889-6042
Twin Lake, Michigan 49457

Hypnotherapy Therapists
Hypnotherapy focuses on hypnosis, the Greek term for sleep. The practice uses exercises that relax people, bringing them to an altered state of consciousness. This process focuses on mastering self-awareness. Through trance-like analysis, hypnosis decreases blood pressure and heart rate, putting one's physical body at ease. Working with memories, hypnotherapy helps a person to reframe, relax, absorb, dissociate, respond, and reflect. The process reconstructs healthier associations with a person's past events. Dealing with a wide range of conditions (and pain), people become responsive to new solutions that can lead to personal development through hypnotherapy.

If you're looking for Hypnotherapy in Michigan (MI) or for a Michigan (MI) Hypno therapist these professionals provide hypnotherapy, hypnosis hypnotherapy, hypnotherapy weight loss, smoking hypnotherapy and clinical hypnotherapy. They include clinical hypnotherapists in Michigan (MI) plus Hypno therapists, Hypno psychologists, Hypno psychotherapists and Hypno counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Michigan (MI) have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Michigan (MI) you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Michigan (MI) and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Michigan (MI) or family therapy in Michigan (MI).