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Therapists in Ann Arbor

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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“At some time or another in life, everyone feels stuck, unable to overcome some problem despite his or her best efforts. Talking therapy can be invaluable in helping one gain new perspectives on oneself . By helping clients see themselves in new, broader, more realistic and more accepting ways, I help them gain the emotional and psychological energy and understanding to make needed changes. I believe I am most helpful to people by listening carefully to what they are saying and by helping them put into words what seems hard to say or even to understand right now.
(734) 635-9365
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
“I focus on analysis of how problems developed and have been maintained and setting goals to achieve a healthy change. I reeducate clients about how behaviors and emotions develop and how they affect relationships with others and self. This information provides the client with the ability to be in a better position to improve mood and avoid future problems. I work with a diversity of problems and populations including parenting, child behavior disorders, autism, marital discord, job finding skills, fears and nervous habits, stress, depression, assertiveness training, panic disorder, phobias, social skills deficit, emotional and behavioral problems, and learned behavior.
(734) 720-8574
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Margaret C Walsh, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“People change basic patterns only when they are in pain, So, it you are feeling depression, sadness, anxiety or too much anger, it can motivate you to consider psychotherapy. With 30+ years of experience, the most helpful things are not usually dramatic. You might learn how to alter a pattern in a relationship interfering with intimacy, or to consider how a trouble with a boss or friend disturbs you.Finding the ways you obstruct your progress in work and relationships is one of the goals of successful psychotherapy. Calling someone is hard but an essential step towards more emotional flexibility.
(734) 245-2381
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Jennifer Simoneau, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LMSW
“I have over a decade of experience as a family counselor working directly with children, teens, and their parents. Are you at a loss as to how to help your child cope with life's challenges? Is your child's behavior bringing you to the limits of your patience? Maybe their mood is worrying you and you just don't know what to do. You feel the pressure of wanting to help your child and you don't have all the answers. When you work with me I can teach your family life lasting tools to maintain the progress you make while we are together.
(734) 357-8089
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Rebekah Montgomery-Monroe, Counselor  in Ann Arbor
“I have over 15 years experience working with individuals, families and couples. In addition to a MA in Counseling, I also have a BA in Family Life Education. I am a trained life skills educator as well as trained in crisis intervention for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. I am also a trained facilitator for parenting skills and have 5 years experience in Family Preservation.
(734) 396-0319
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Brian Ashin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, CGP
“Whether you are exploring therapy for the first time or have been in treatment before, the initial contact with a therapist can feel daunting. I am interested in exploring with you how therapy may be helpful and whether or not I am the right therapist for you. Given that, I'd be happy to spend some time on the phone to help you decide whether or not you'd like to make an initial appointment.
(734) 799-5717
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Lane Kelemen, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“Over the past 20+ years I've worked together with clients as they develop new ways to live with the challenges they face. It's been a privilege to do so. Anxiety, sadness, lonliness, lowered self-esteem, and difficulties in relationships all can interfere with the lives we hope to live. I work to understand the way these difficulties have developed and how these function in daily life. Then, together with the client, I use symptom focused and short-term treatments to address the difficulties within the larger context of their meaning in each client's life.
(734) 984-4998
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Miriam Jaffa, LMSW, PLLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
“Every person brings unique life experiences, strengths, and challenges to the therapeutic process. As a clinician, I work to collaborate with clients towards a customized treatment approach that best meets his/her needs. I treat children, adolescents, adults, couples and families, with a wide range of mental health-related issues. Psychotherapy can be a powerful tool when dealing with life's hardships (i.e. job stressors, relationship problems, loss of a loved one, chronic illness, infidelity, divorce, infertility, etc.). Thus, my work typically centers around enhanced emotional wellbeing through improved insight, decision-making capabilities and coping strategies.
(734) 606-0381
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Deborah L Salzberg, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“I am delighted to assist you in becoming whole and living a joyous life that is full of emotional freedom and possibility. The decision to examine your life in order to heal and grow is a courageous act, and not a sign of weakness. I am excited and grateful that my lifeís work has been dedicated to this process. I work with people to overcome anxiety, depression, and self-defeating behavior patterns. Freedom from self-imposed limitations can enhance and enrich your life and relationships. I have the training and experience to help you restore mental, emotional, and spiritual balance.
(734) 367-4501
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“I have over a decade of experience treating individuals (adults, adolescents), couples and families. I have had extensive training in treating mood disorders (depression and bipolar disorder), anxiety, peri-natal and post-partum depression anxiety; grief, trauma, life adjustment and relationship difficulties. I am comfortable collaborating with your physician if you are on or need medication.
(734) 669-1977
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
James Etzkorn, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“You're the only one who can change you, but I can help sharpen your awareness of how you stop yourself from growing. We are in search of your blind spots; I have the sharp eye to notice things you haven't--your voice, choice of words, how you hold yourself, or the effect of your words on others. Together we will experiment in session with new behaviors and awareness. The results will likely surprise us both. You have within you already the strength and peace you seek; you just need help understanding how you stop yourself from accessing it.
(734) 329-5258
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
Sacha Feirstein, LMSW, ACSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
“I provide a safe, supportive, non-judgmental environment for you to explore personal issues, dilemmas, and concerns in a professional setting. I utilize a highly empathic approach, always keeping in mind your comfort level & sense of security. I believe that psychotherapy can be deeply transformative and healing. I provide you the opportunity to embark upon a process of personal growth and development in an atmosphere of compassion and support. Therapy can be used to address problems as well as existential concerns, dreams, fears, and life transitions. I work with people of all races, cultures, religions, sexual orientations, and gender identities.
(734) 237-6801
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Dawn Blashak, Counselor  in Ann Arbor
“Life can be difficult at times. Everyone has issues that need to be addressed in order to live life to the fullest. Who wouldn't want to reduce pain or problems and move towards solutions and comfort? Working with people to achieve the life they envision is my passion. I provide practical and personalized therapy for individuals, couples, and families navigating the emotional aspects of life's challenges.
(248) 365-7667
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Lea Mcgregor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
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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
Quyen Epstein-ngo, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“When clients walks through my door, I start with the assumption that everyone is doing their best. There is always a reason why we act or respond in the ways that we do, and no one knows your life better than you do. I am there with you to help support, guide, and suggest alternatives. I draw on my experiences, my formal education, and my research to help you find new ways to cope, improve relationships, face challenges, and strive towards your goals. Confidential, compassionate, and empathic relationships are paramount to good therapeutic work. I work hard to establish this when collaborating with clients.
(734) 447-3717
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Matruka Sherman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW
“Everyone has a need to feel healthy and whole, with a sense of pleasure and renewal in their lives. My approach uses people‚Äôs strengths in order to help them get in touch with their own inner resources so they can manage change with creativity and courage.
(734) 681-3352
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Michelle Beaulieu, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
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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
Robert Goode, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“Therapy or counseling works to reduce your feelings of distress, as well as to help you achieve your goals. It can also get you back on your personal growth track. I use an "integrative" approach to therapy, meaning that I draw from the full extent of psychology theory and research, and will use both short- and long-term techniques, depending on your need. Regardless, therapy takes a commitment of time, effort, and consistency. For some it is a complex process. For others it feels like support and the realization of goals. Overall, I believe I should understand you from your point of view, and I try to create an environment that encourages your understanding of yourself.
(734) 223-4202
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105
Char Bacon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“Looking for extra support and guidance through a challenging situation, or just ready to move in new directions in your life? If so, I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals. While we can't change difficult situations in the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. Therapy provides long-lasting benefits and support by giving you tools to avoid triggers, re-direct damaging patterns, and overcome challenges. I believe that everyone has the potential to grow and change, and to feel better about themselves so life is more enjoyable.
(734) 396-0262
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105
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