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Therapists in Saginaw

Joseph Matthew Rainey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saginaw
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, LMFT, ICAADC, CCBT
“Broad experience from research psychiatric nursing,to psychoanalyst, to behavior modification to marital and family therapist... Gambling therapist since 1997. Patient, enthusiastic, simply love the work of persuading people they can change... I simply love this work. Inform office you are a Psychology today caller.
(989) 790-7742
Saginaw, Michigan 48608
Michael Knack, Psychologist  in Saginaw
“I enjoy working with teens, adults, children, and couples on a variety of issues. I utilize a cognitive-behavioral approach to therapy where we work on identifying problems and the underlying issues. A treatment plan is developed for each client where we set goals and develop strategies to accomplish the goals. We strive to reduce symptoms, improve coping skills, and increase the client's feeling of control over his or her own life situation.
(989) 642-0529
Saginaw, Michigan 48604
Child, Adolescent and Family Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saginaw
“I am a Licensed Master Social Worker and Registered Play Therapist Supervisor. Although I treat adults, my passion is children (age 3 years and up); adolescents; and their families. I have over 15 years experience in the mental health field treating a multitude of issues including: anxiety; depression; ADHD; divorce reaction; blended families; trauma: victims of abuse; behavior; grief and loss; parenting; and family discord. I am a strengths-based, solution focused therapist.
(479) 202-0875
Saginaw, Michigan 48603
“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
Brad A Larner, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Saginaw
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, CAAC, SAP
“If you are ready to work through the issues causing problems in your life, I can help. You won't be disappointed. Look me up by name at www.wellness.com to read over 40 reviews! My approach is faith-based, without judgment, and practical. If you are not satisfied with your first hour it will be free.You have nothing to lose but the struggles holding you back.
(989) 280-3685
Saginaw, Michigan 48602
Westlund Guidance Clinic, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saginaw
“Westlund Guidance Clinic realizes that life is full of challenges. It is our pledge to help you through those challenges with respect, dignity, and understanding. We provide counseling services for youth, adults, couples, and families. We complete assessments, and screenings for mental health and behavioral concerns.When appropriate psychiatric evaluations and medication management can be provided. Westlund can provide treatment for youth who are experiencing substance use issues that maybe impacting their daily life. Our clinical staff have numerous speciality areas, which allow you to be paired with a qualified therapist.
(989) 690-3538
Saginaw, Michigan 48602
Heather Thompson  in Saginaw
“I have a range of education and experiences to draw upon. I look forward to putting my experience to use to help you through your time of need.
(810) 280-0952
Saginaw, Michigan 48602
Still Water Professional Counseling, Counselor  in Saginaw
“We counsel individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and trauma from childhood sexual abuse. We utilize a team approach in marital therapy, using a combination of individual and couples sessions to work through relational problems. Our specialty is working with individuals, spouses, and families struggling with sexual addiction issues associated with internet pornography or other compulsive sexual behavior. We also specialize in treating couples from a biblical perspective, applying spiritual principles with evidence based psychological treatment.
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Saginaw, Michigan 48603
New Pathways Counseling Services, LLC, Counselor  in Saginaw
“New Pathways founders Thomas Parella, MA, LLPC and Jennifer Werries, MA, LPC, NCC strive to deliver caring, effective treatment in a warm and welcoming environment.. Working with a therapist can be a great way to gain new perspectives, explore new options and solutions that may have eluded us, and find ways of getting "unstuck" from situations in which we may have felt helpless. At New Pathways, we view counseling as a collaboration between therapist and client, who work together to understand issues, clarify thoughts and feelings, establish goals, and find ways to achieve a better quality of life.
(855) 633-9600
Office is near:
Saginaw, Michigan 48604
Autism Centers of Michigan,   in Saginaw
“Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services and support. We are reaching out to families to improve the lives of individuals with Autism. Using evidence based programs in the home and at our center so that we can provide solutions to everyday struggles while teaching the knowledge, skills, and abilities that every child needs to succeed.
(231) 389-1717
Office is near:
Saginaw, Michigan 48602
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, MSW, LCSW
“Hello, I am Lorraine Haley, a veteran of the Army and retired after 20 years active duty service. I have lived with and/or worked with virtually all of our American Heritages all over the United States and various countries overseas, I am aware of, sensitive to and respect all individual and/or cultural differences. I practice using various techniques including but not limited to DBT - Mindfulness; CBT - Brief Therapy and Trauma Informed Care .
(989) 865-0056
Office is near:
Saginaw, Michigan 48601
Transgender Services of Michigan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saginaw
“Are you wondering if you were given the wrong gender label at birth? Have you decided it is time to explore gender transition and make a decision about whether or not to go ahead? These issues create difficult situations in every area of life, relationships, work, health, family and social life. Through therapy these issues can be explored and your path can be developed.
(989) 865-0820
Office is near:
Saginaw, Michigan 48601
C-SaM Counseling Center, LLC,   in Saginaw
“The clinicians practicing at C-SaM offer a wide range of substance abuse and mental health services to ensure that our patients and community have access to help when they need it.
(810) 250-4821
Office is near:
Saginaw, Michigan 48602
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