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Therapists in Ann Arbor

Joy D Mutinda, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“I believe it is my job as a therapist to empower my clients to find their own path and truth as they understand it. In terms of theoretical orientation I would describe myself as integrative with a strong emphasis on multicultural feminist theories. How this translates into therapy is most evident in my emphasis on a collaborative approach and a goal of empowering my clients. At the same time I am engaged in continuous consideration of how multiple oppressions (sexism, racism, heterosexism, classism) in the current societal and historical context may be contributing to distress.
(734) 606-0235
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Lynn Chandler, Counselor  in Ann Arbor
“Would you like to understand your problems, and identify successful solutions that will help you lead a life of joy and discovery? I've helped individuals, couples, and college students with their anxiety and depression for over 35 years. Visit drlynnchandler.com and learn how you can be aware of the deeper structure of your problems, and explore the benefits that change has to offer.
(734) 238-3410
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Gary G Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In M. Scott Peck's The Road Less Traveled, the opening sentence of the book, is - "Life is difficult." For many of us it seems that some days or many days are more difficult than we can bear. We look for relief in many places and eventually realize we could use a little help to get our lives back in order. I look forward to joining you on YOUR life's journey and will encourage you in extensive self-reflection about the rocks in the your road and how you might go around or move them out of the way.
(734) 606-4875
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
University Center for the Child and Family (UCCF), Treatment Facility  in Ann Arbor
“UCCF is a University of Michigan facility offering a comprehensive range of mental health services for children, adolescents, and families. Our facility was designed with families in mind; our waiting room includes a play room for children, and child care is available during appointments. We are strongly committed to helping children, teens, couples and families enjoy happier lives, more satisfying relationships, and increased success at school or work. Parking is conveniently located in the Liberty Square Parking Structure directly above us on 500 E. Washington Street.
(734) 259-3184
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Kate M Hagadone, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“PLEASE NOTE: I am not currently accepting new clients as I will be out on a leave until mid-October 2014. I will begin accepting new clients as of early October. <<<<>>>> Change can be difficult, but sometimes necessary. As your therapist, I will provide a safe space where you can explore the challenges you're facing and help you to determine what changes you would like to make. I use an individualized approach, utilizing techniques from cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, ACT/mindfulness, and humanistic approaches to develop a plan that will work best for you.
(734) 393-4285
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
U-M Psychological Clinic, Treatment Facility  in Ann Arbor
“The Psychological Clinic is a University of Michigan facility that provides a safe, confidential environment in which adults, 18 and older, can get the treatment they need to start enjoying happier lives. Our clinicians offer help to clients who are dealing with any number of concerns or difficulties, some of which include: anxiety, depression, sexual identity or preferences, bereavement & grief, issues with personal or professional relationships, and dealing with a traumatic event as well as psycho-social problems of aging. We are dedicated to providing an environment in which our clients feel open to sharing and receiving help, and we work to provide a culturally sensitive consultation for each individual.
(734) 469-3391
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
“Today you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered and on a positive path to growth and well-being. As therapists, our goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life.
(734) 659-4075
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Jody Kohn, LMSW, MA, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
“My main areas of focus are persistent pain conditions, depression, anxiety, trauma, grief/loss and chronic illness. I work with adolescents, adults, couples, families and groups to develop uniquely personal treatment plans. Having found that a variety of modalities are more effective than one specific approach, I engage a complement of therapeutic techniques including; mind/body, evidence-based options such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and other mindfulness-based cognitive therapies (MBCT) along with a blend of integrative, psychodynamic and person-centered therapies. I am dedicated to providing non-judgmental, compassionate support in a truly collaborative environment.
(734) 259-2065 x75
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Patricia Fero, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“I can be helpful to individuals who are wanting to understand themselves better and are invested in their personal growth. Sometimes people are aware of issues that keep showing up, but have been unable to work through them alone. Sometimes a crisis occurs that acts as a catalyst for seeking professional guidance. Often symptoms such as anxiety, depression, and insomnia interfere with enjoyment. Frequently relationships are not working well and support in resolving conflicts and communication skills can be crucial. I have over 30 years experience in helping individuals and couples grow and increase their happiness and well being.
(734) 956-0908
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48108
Amy Advey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LMSW
“I provide individual, couples, or sex therapy for people experiencing difficulty with sexual functioning; couples wishing to reignite the passion in their relationship; people exploring sexual orientation or gender identity concerns; people wishing to recover from past sexual trauma; people feeling compulsive about sexual desires or behaviors; people wanting to improve body image; families adjusting to changed relationship structures; and people with depression, anxiety, or other mental health concerns. My approach is often cognitive-behavioral, and I utilize concepts from systems theory, psychodynamic principles, and humanistic psychology. I believe that we all have the capacity to grow and change.
(734) 447-5093
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
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
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
Gail Vanlangen, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“If you are struggling in an important relationship, whether with your partner, child, parent, sibling, or friend, or feel deeply lonely, anxious, sad, or self-doubting, therapy can be an important step towards growth and healing. I think of therapy as an opportunity not only to seek support, but also to build a collaborative working relationship within which a deeper understanding of your hopes and fears enables you to make significant change.
(734) 469-3332
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Sheri Szuch, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“Do you feel controlled by thoughts about food, weight, body image and exercise? Does your relationship with food interfere with your mood, confidence and self-esteem? Do you feel relationships with your family & friends are suffering as a result of excess focus in any of these areas? There is hope...you are not alone, I can help. I have worked with males and females who have struggled with some form of eating/weight or body image issue for the past 25 years. Don't feel you need to keep struggling on your own...give me a call!
(734) 799-0147
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Michelle Samuel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LMSW, ACSW
“If you feel the need to heal and grow, remove the barriers that get in your way to a happier life, therapy can help. Often it is not possible to attain your full potential, without some guidance. My strength as a therapist lies in my ability to adapt myself to my clients' needs and goals. I am trained in a variety of techniques from cognitive behavioral therapy to psychodynamic therapy. I have also specialized in hypnotherapy and sex therapy.
(734) 926-9169
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Marcy Plunkett, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“Step one in therapy would be to collaborate with you to develop a clearer understanding of yourself --- your hopes and goals, struggles, thought patterns, relationships --- in a nonjudgmental, compassionate atmosphere. I draw on over 30 years' experience working with people in an individualized manner that integrates contemporary mindfulness-based, relational psychodynamic, and cognitive ideas and techniques. The field of psychotherapy is evolving rapidly, and choosing which therapy to utilize can be confusing, yet what remains central to making it work is feeling safe and understood by the therapist in order to collaborate on your goals. That is my primary goal in the initial sessions.
(734) 506-6745
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
“There is no ideal client. I'm best suited to deal with people where they're at with an open mind, an open heart, and much experience in life.
(734) 403-3848
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Julia E. Davies, PhD, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“I hold degrees from Harvard University, McGill University, and Adelphi University. I will work with you in a highly attuned, caring, and deeply respectful way. I have helped many people overcome painful anxiety, shame, depression, relationship difficulties, job stress, loss, and the challenges of creating a truly meaningful life. I bring to my work an effective blend of empathy and extensive professional training. I enjoy working with people of different cultural backgrounds and lifestyles. I also work with couples, in both traditional and non-traditional relationships.
(734) 335-1054
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Michael Singer, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“I am most qualified to treat people who are having problems in living fulfilling lives because of troubling symptoms (e.g., anxiety, depression) or general dissatisfaction with themselves and relationships. I believe my treatment approach contributes to personal growth at any age. My rigorous training, 10 years post-Ph.D. has qualified me as a Training/Supervising Analyst who treats other therapists, and supervises other therapists--psychologists, psychiatrists, and social workers in their work with adults, children and adolescents. As a Certified Sex Therapist, I treat sexual and marital dysfunctions. As a child psychoanalyst, I treat children and work with parents in parent guidance.
(734) 441-3082
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Giovanni A Minonne, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“I trained as a psychologist in Italy, before coming to the United States and obtaining a PhD in psychology at the University of Michigan. I have worked as a clinical psychologist in Ann Arbor (MI) for nine years and am completing my training as a psychoanalyst at the Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute. When I meet with a client, my main goal is to connect with the full person and to help the person feel understood. Working from this connection, I help define and realize the goals for therapy, using the therapeutic techniques most appropriate for each client's characteristics and needs.
(734) 752-4128
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
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