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Therapists in Washington

Rachel Sullivan, Counselor  in Washington
“If the strategies that you are currently using to combat a difficult situation are not effective, you may be missing out on fulfilling relationships, work/school, and a physically active life. Prepare the way for something new. I would like to take you on a journey....down a path that will challenge you in many ways. I can help you reduce the unnecessary suffering that you have been experiencing by focusing on what matters most to you. I can help you live life to the fullest.
(586) 630-3480
Office is near:
Washington, Michigan 48094
Ashley E Wancour, Limited License Psychologist  in Washington
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Limited License Psychologist, MA, TLLP
“Raising children can be difficult - there's no manual, and there are often unforeseen bumps in the road. I work primarily with children and their families, to help create a healthier and more functional family dynamic. Each child is different, and each family they are a part of is unique also - I make every effort to tailor your therapy to you and your family's needs.
(586) 697-0782
Office is near:
Washington, Michigan 48094
Michelle Mannina, Counselor  in Washington
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, ICAADC, CCMW
“CONGRATULATIONS on taking your first step toward total wellness by seeking a qualified professional who suits YOUR needs! It is not until the ENTIRE person is considered, that true health is attained. Together, we will work toward a healthier you as we address the PROFOUND interaction between your mind & body! Your spiritual side may also be addressed, if you so choose. WORK! This four letter word is an area often overlooked regarding optimal health. One's job or lack of a fulfilling job, interferes with total wellness. Many symptoms arise from the stress: headaches, weight issues, problems with sleep, etc.
(313) 334-7562
Office is near:
Washington, Michigan 48094
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LMSW
“Are your relationships with others in crisis? Is divorce and/or seperation happening now? Could it be a possibliity in the future? Is infidelity an issue? Are you and your family members suffering? If yes than I may be the therapist who will provide hope and relief. For over 20 years I have successfully treated individuals, couples and families in crisis and transition. I am knowledgeable,compassionate, experienced,and very interested in salvaging families, marriages and loving relationships if at all possible. If not we will work to maintain a healthy emotional, spiritual, and financial transition. Take a step in the right direction. Give me a call. Please note, anxiety, depression and stress are frequently present in families, individuals, and couples who are going thru family turmoil.These issues may also be addressed in treatment.
(248) 689-7855
Office is near:
Washington, Michigan 48094
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What method of therapy is right for me?
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