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Therapists in Ann Arbor

“I have a doctorate in clinical psychology and a master's in clinical social work. I attained my degrees from the University of California at Berkeley, Fordham University, and Saybrook University and have sought additional clinical training at the Ackerman Institute for the Family and the Albert Ellis Institute. I have experience providing individual, couple, and family therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. My areas of interest and treatment specialty include, but are not limited to: mood and anxiety disorders, ADHD, learning disabilities, dysfunctional eating, behavior management, divorce, organizational development, adjustment, relationship issues, women's issues, and Pervasive Developmental Disorders.
(734) 547-3389
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
“Ross Halpern, Ph.D., L.P. and Associates are a group of psychologists and psychotherapists that specialize in helping people that suffer from chronic pain, emotional trauma from injury, and other health related stressors. Ross Halpern, Ph.D., L.P. teaches chronic pain psychology at the University of Michigan and he is on staff at five different hospitals throughout the state of Michigan where he specializes in helping people deal with the stress of chronic pain. Since Dr. Halpern started working with chronic pain patients in 1992, he has treated over 25,000 chronic pain patients.
(734) 648-4456
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105
“Trained at the University of Illinois at Chicago as a clinical psychologist, I believe that I have developed a compassionate, effective approach to helping people. My work is primarily informed by a psychodynamic framework and also contains elements of cognitive behavioral techniques and family systems thinking. I am convinced that the heart of psychotherapy involves a conversation and meaningful engagement between the patient and the therapist.
(734) 389-7468
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
“Therese Cirner has been in private practice for 18 years working with marriages, families, children and individuals. She specializes in relationships, mood disorders of anxiety and depression, life transitions and assisting clients in coping with complex life issues, including trauma recovery and the unique challenges of sorting through childhood relationships. Mrs. Cirner's counseling practice integrates the physical, emotional, cognitive and spiritual aspects of a person. As a science, psychology gives us significant insights into some of the behavioral and biochemical aspects of human life. At the same time, the human person is more than these
(734) 607-1903
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105
David Votruba, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, PLC, LMSW, ACSW
“The individuals and couples with whom I work are generally interested in understanding and addressing not only certain specific, emergent problems such as those associated with adjustment and relationship difficulties, depression, and anxiety, but also the underlying thoughts, feelings, and behavioral and relational patterns that have contributed to the development of these emergent problems. Through a collaborative, empathic process, these individuals and couples are able to expand and utilize their skills, strengths, and self-understanding in order to live more meaningful and rewarding lives.
(734) 265-0984
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
James Plunkett, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“Welcome. I work with clients from 2-80, as well as with families and couples. I use an interactive, empathic approach to help you or your child decrease conflict and stress, safely handle strong emotions, develop renewed confidence and hope, or navigate life transitions (e.g. divorce, new parenthood, blended family). Over 30 years of training psychologists and social workers at the University of Michigan has kept me current on a wide range of mental health concerns and therapeutic approaches. My integrative approach and supportive style can help you reach your goals.
(734) 265-0960
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Karen Weber, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LMSW
“If you are struggling to manage your feelings, make desired changes in your life, maintain positive relationships, feeling stressed, anxious or depressed, then psychotherapy can be a very powerful way to create change and alleviate emotional pain. People are not always aware of why they are feeling distressed, behaving in certain ways or repeating patterns. By providing a safe and thoughtful environment, clients and I collaborate to develop a deeper understanding of their thoughts, feelings and behaviors and to identify underlying issues that may be interfering with the quality of life.
(734) 707-1902
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Winnetha Benn-burton, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“As a fully licensed psychologist with over 25 years of experience of helping others with various psychological needs, I welcome those who want to make meaningful change towards a life they desire. I help people identify, understand and take action to remove barriers that get in one's way. Often there are many common themes that bring people to therapy. Beyond the common themes, I listen and treat the individual based on their unique history, personal dynamics and strengths they bring to the process.
(734) 732-4197
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
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
Michelle Beaulieu, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“Effective therapy takes place when there's a good fit between client and clinician in a safe environment, free of judgment. My areas of specialization include anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, college adjustment, and couples and family work. I offer a compassionate, mindfulness-informed therapeutic stance, incorporating extensive training in evidence-based practices and a strong foundation in psychodynamic therapy. As a fully licensed clinical social worker in private practice, I work with adults, couples, and adolescents. I also teach in the Department of Social Work at Eastern Michigan University.
(734) 681-7039
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Barbara J. LaHood, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“Barbara J. LaHood, Ph.D.,has been in practice for over 20 years. A former Faculty member of the Schools of Medicine at the University of Rochester in Rochester, N.Y. and The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Dr. LaHood's practice includes a range of acute and chronic medical diagnoses. Dr. LaHood is trained in a variety of modalities and provides an approach best suited to an individual's circumstances. Her area of expertise includes Mood Disorders, Anxiety,Depression, Relationship Issues,Loss and Grief. Additionally, Dr. LaHood consults to organizations and businesses regarding management, personnel and conflict resolution issues.
(734) 506-6704
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Lea Mcgregor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, CHT
“I am a flexible, creative and effective therapist who believes that good therapy is individualized and based on my client's strengths. I maintain a safe and warm environment and am non-judgmental. I have been in practice for 23 years and have expertise in a variety of therapuetic techniques and am comfortable adapting my approach to fit the unique needs of each client.
(734) 984-3542
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48108
Cindy Cowan Crawford, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“I believe it is important to meet people where they are and that everyone has the potential to grow. Sometimes it just takes a little extra support in order for people to get to a place where they can enjoy life more completely and feel good about themselves. When working with my clients I use a combination of psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral approaches. I offer comprehensive counseling for adults and adolescents and have worked extensively with anxiety disorders, depression, ADHD, self-confidence issues, loss/grief, and relationship difficulties.
(734) 956-0947
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Sid Greenberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“The Ann Arbor Couples Clinic is my private therapy practice and is exclusively couples therapy. My therapy approach is oriented to present time and solution focused. I act as a guide to help you and your partner learn and practice tools and techniques that will assist you in moving out of conflict and into collaboration. Please see website for more details. If you e-mail please include a phone number as I prefer to respond by phone.
(734) 666-0345
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Stephen J Aquino, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“The focus of my practice is children, families and young adults. I have particular focus on working with ADHD, Learning Disabilities, behavioral problems, academic concerns, and developmental issues. I provide counseling and psychological testing; including ADHD and Learning Disability evaluations. I received pre-doctoral training in psychological testing at The University of Memphis and completed a two-year Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the University of Michigan in diagnosing and treating Learning Disabilities.
(734) 367-4298
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Barbara Cornblath, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“Deciding to call a therapist and seek help can be difficult. I work with clients to establish a strong working relationship. Together, we can work to identify obstacles that block you from reaching your potential in different areas of your life. My style balances insight-oriented talk-therapy with common sense -- and some humor when possible.
(734) 994-1031
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Susan E Cutler, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“The approach to therapy that I use begins with a sensitive and empathic understanding of you and your concerns. Then, I design an approach specifically and uniquely for you. People I work with usually are interested in understanding the roots of the feelings or symptoms that trouble them, so that they can become more resilient to the inevitable challenges life brings. Therapy, when it is practiced to its fullest potential, can help you engage deeply with your whole self, so that you can make profound and sustainable changes in your emotional life and in your daily life.
(734) 720-9267
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Melanie Fuscaldo, Counselor  in Ann Arbor
“I believe the purpose of counseling/coaching is to help you increase your happiness. Together we can begin to identify your unique gifts and interests and explore effective decision-making strategies. You may wish to choose a career that fits you; make your current relationship or job more satisfying; design a professional quality resume; or fine tune your job search strategies. We may explore varied feelings you have; develop concrete plans for retirement; and explore relationship or health issues. My goal is to support you in finding and living your dreams.
(734) 606-4822
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Lori Hollander, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, MBA
“Do you want to feel more intensely sexual/intimate with your partner? More deeply connected, strongly desired? Or more confident sexually with your partner? I want to help. I love helping people get the emotional and sexual intimacy they want in their relationship. When sexual problems occur, it can seem like a problem with your relationship or with you. But it's NOT true. In fact, intense Real Intimacy that lasts for years is not automatic for most.
(734) 418-3363
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Michael Rozich, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited Licensed Psychologist, MA, LLP
“I specialize in helping adults and teens break patterns of unsatisfying relationships and cope with depression and anxiety. Are you sick and tired of being on your own or enduring disappointing relationships? Is the thought of being alone keep you up at night? Do you find it hard to quiet your mind of the worries in life? If you are feeling hopeless about the future and lonely in your day-to-day life come see me. Life is too short, to suffer when you don't have to. I have 20 years experience helping people get results.
(734) 389-7713
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
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