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Therapists in Rochester Hills

Wendy Essenburg, Psychologist  in Rochester Hills
“A call for therapy is placed because some area of life is just not working. As a psychologist, my focus is on assisting each individual, couple or family in working towards and reaching the goals that brought them in. Together, we identify the nature of the challenges being faced and work together to get life back on track. I practice as a family psychologist, working with whomever comes into my office. Each one of us is part of a bigger circle and thus the work also focuses on those with whom the person works or lives, as relevant.
(248) 955-5909
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48309
Gloria E Cruice, Psychologist  in Rochester Hills
“ARE YOU INTERESTED IN EXPERIENCING A FULLER, RICHER, MORE MEANINGFUL LIFE? As a Psychologist and Marriage and Family Therapist, I meet with individuals who want to take charge of their lives, gain a better understanding of themselves, improve confidence and self esteem, and get the most out of their relationships with others. In a private setting, where confidentiality is strictly upheld, I try to provide an opportunity for meaningful discussions that can lead to significant life changes.
(248) 651-1840
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48309
Samantha Koren, Counselor  in Rochester Hills
“I hold a doctorate degree in counseling and I provide psychotherapy, counseling and group therapy for anxiety, depression, bereavement, grief, anger management and a wide range of other personal, family and marital problems, including couples counseling. Also, I have extensive training and experience in the provision of supervision to counseling interns and limited licensed professionals. From this foundation, I have a solid understanding of the role that a counselor fulfills to assist clients in fulfilling their goals and objectives during the counseling process.
(248) 206-2519
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48307
Joel L Young, Psychiatrist  in Rochester Hills
“Joel L. Young M.D. is medical director of the Rochester Center for Behavior Medicine (RCBM). RCBM is staffed by over 20 mental health professionals with years of experience in the treatment of the ADHD, depression, anxiety, and other current mental health disorders. He has given hundreds of lectures locally and throughout the country regarding his areas of specialty. He has published textbook chapters and articles on many of these topics and contributed essays on mental health public policy and other psychiatric issues. His next book is set to be published in late 2013.
(248) 841-8227
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48307
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
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48307
Bradley D Rockafellow, Psychologist  in Rochester Hills
“I am a warm and caring therapist specializing in treating children, adolescents, and adults. I provide a calm, comfortable and safe environment which is conducive to helping you feel supported, understood and better able to create positive change in your life. I work with many different concerns including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, couples and family counseling, parenting issues, and many other concerns. I also conduct personality, ADD/ADHD, Drivers License Reinstatements, Bariatric and Gastric Bypass Psychological Evaluations. I will take an eclectic collaborative approach to therapy to help you be empowered to make positive change in your life.
(248) 656-0500
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48307
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC, LMSW, ACSW
“The word "kairos" comes the Greek word meaning, "the opportune and decisive moment for change." I will support you through the counseling process while you search for continued joy and wellness in your life. Child and adolescent services are available to focus in on difficult attitudes, home or school behavior problems, parental divorce or separation issues. Adult counseling is needed to help in difficult life transitions, which may cause anxiety or depression. Couple counseling is available to help develop the necessary communication skills to enhance the relationship. Couples may have reached an impass due to the developmental stages of marriage.
(888) 245-3115
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48307
Angela L Venegoni, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester Hills
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LMSW
“For the past 15 years, I've had the privilege of helping people through challenges, make changes, and heal from difficult experiences. Clients experience success as a result of strategies that feel supportive, effective, and empowering. Clients often comment on looking forward to their appointments because the environment I provide makes them feel understood, respected, and never judged, which is the most important thing to me to provide, as a therapist. Asking for help can be difficult and takes courage. I admire anyone willing to explore therapy as an opportunity for growth and healing.
(586) 221-4004
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48309
Sebi R. Fishta, Counselor  in Rochester Hills
“I practice the science of measurement, or psychometrics by providing diagnostic assessments or testing services for the purpose of diagnosing and treatment. Using interviews, questionnaires, and measurement tools, I chart an individual's skills, personality features and personality style, emotional status and emotional style, or problems they may be having in adjusting to life. These measurements are often essential for clarifying the diagnosis and developing a master treatment plan.I believe that every person is unique, and each individual course of treatment is inevitably different.
(586) 630-4330
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48307
Sherry Harris, Counselor  in Rochester Hills
“I am a licensed professional counselor with 13 years of experience working with children, adolescents, families, adults, and couples. I have experience with a variety of mental health issues including depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, Bipolar Disorder, ADHD/ADD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, grief and loss issues, women's issues, and substance use disorders. My primary treatment modalities are solution focused brief therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy with an emphasis on assisting individuals, couples, and families utilize their unique strengths and abilities to produce lasting change.
(248) 468-1568
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48307
Daniel R Shepherd, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Rochester Hills
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, DMin, MA, LLPC
“Challenges overwhelm us sometimes. Relationship problems, especially, can cause self-doubt, depression, and anxiety. You may feel alone in the world, but in therapy you don't have to be alone. Here you can explore fears and tell stories that have not been told - without being judged or having someone tell you what to do. Solutions emerge as you explore problems in a safe place. Walking the road to health is not easy. Your pain, your questions, your hurt, and your hope are the priorities.
(248) 716-7584
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48307
Shannon Leigh Fowler, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Rochester Hills
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited Licensed Psychologist, PhD, LLP
“My ideal client is someone who is motivated to come. Therapy is about the individual's growth, so it is important for them to want to be there. I have experience working with a wide variety of ages and populations as well as numerous presenting problems. Each client is an individual and each person is the expert on themselves. I work best with patients who come and openly discuss themselves, their struggles, and take an active role in their own treatment.
(810) 985-5125
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48309
Kristen R Qualls, Counselor  in Rochester Hills
“As a graduate of Oakland University, I hold dual licenses in Professional Counseling and Marriage & Family Therapy. I aim to provide a safe, non-judgmental environment where clients can explore problems and solutions without the pressures to be fixed, or the fears of being shamed or judged. I focus on being respectful, authentic, and straightforward. Many clients say they appreciate my empathic, no-nonsense approach to things. They enjoy our sessions, look forward to working together, and they get better! I respect all clients for their willingness to grow and learn, and admire the courage it takes to ask for help.
(810) 637-1936
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48309
Nancy Louise Phillips, Counselor  in Rochester Hills
“Welcome! If you are looking for a nurturing, nonjudgmental environment to undergo change, call me. I work with adults from 18 to 100. I began my own journey in recovery over 25 years ago. I work clients who struggle with, Addiction, Anxiety, Depression, Marital Conflict, Blended Families, Grief and Menopause issues.
(248) 639-4229
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48309
Mary R Johnson, Counselor  in Rochester Hills
“I am a devoted counselor experienced in working with a diverse clientele and presenting issues including, but not limited to: general mental health, anxiety, depression, marital troubles, academic related stress, self esteem, drug and alcohol abuse, grief and loss, divorce, divorce recovery for children, blended family issues, infidelity, self-exploration,gender identify, post partum depression and Bipolar Disorder. I am committed to helping individuals develop and facilitate changes in their lives.
(248) 255-4449
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48307
Jessica Jenkins, Psychologist  in Rochester Hills
“As an experienced, licensed psychologist, my role is to help people during difficult times in their lives. You might be experiencing conflict, anger, despair, sadness or simply feeling overwhelmed with daily responsibilities. I can help you to learn new, more efficient ways for managing time, stressors, relationships and emotions. My approach is supportive, with a focus on blending relief with an understanding of past and present factors impacting you and your decision-making.
(248) 455-6612
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48307
Susan M Cox, Counselor  in Rochester Hills
“Life is full of challenges, change, hurts and unmet needs, and its true that you don't have to face them alone. Personal counseling can help lead you in discovering strategies to help you better understand yourself, navigate through difficult times and find your way to a happier, healthier and fulfilling life. I would welcome the opportunity to support you in your journey of healing from pain, making the changes you desire, and improving your relationships with family, friends and colleagues.
(248) 206-2471
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48309
Jennifer L Belt, Psychologist  in Rochester Hills
“I believe that seeking therapy is a sign of courage and strength. By attending therapy, you may get clarity on difficult issues, obtain objective feedback, and develop individualized solutions that work for you and/or your family. As a licensed clinical psychologist, my goal is to provide a safe, supportive environment and work collaboratively with you and/or your family to meet your goals.
(586) 933-5855
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48309
David Hamel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester Hills
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, PsyS
“You're searching for a therapist to be of help to yourself or a loved one. Whether you hope to ease a problem such as anxiety, depression, relationship stress, substance abuse, or grief, or want to build a more satisfying life, finding the right professional to guide you is important. In my more than 30 years as a therapist, my clients have told me that my ability to help them develop new skills and insights, while connecting with them with compassion and humor, has helped them reach their goals.
(586) 932-5035
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48309
Ann L Coleman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rochester Hills
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“You can find peace and joy in your life. Whether you need to heal, or are simply working through a tough life transition, I can help you remove the blocks that prevent change. These blocks take the form of confusion, low energy, mood swings, [insert diagnosis here] etc, but they are not who you are. You are a whole person with a head, heart, and gut. You can move from over-thinking or being at the mercy of your mood to being balanced in what you think, feel, & sense. You can obtain a sense of control and choice.
(248) 639-4382
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48309

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