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Therapists in 48320

Tim McMahon, Counselor  in West Bloomfield
“Tim McMahon received his Master's Degree in Counseling from Oakland University and graduated magna cum laude. Prior to his professional degree he studied meditation and alternative medicine and is a certified meditation instructor through the Chopra Center for Wellbeing. Having meditated for over twenty years he is happy to integrate the well documented benefits of meditation into his work with interested clients. He believes that mental health and counseling services should be delivered in a more compassionate, wellness oriented environment. He has confidence in individual's ability to grow and change, especially when faced with life challenges.
(248) 793-9558
Office is near:
West Bloomfield, Michigan 48325
Richard Weaver, Counselor  in West Bloomfield
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, NCC, CAMS, II
“Are you searching to find answers and for some reason, you're not finding the outcomes or resolutions for making your life better? Positive change can be difficult to achieve. Let me be the therapist assisting you through you life's challenging transitions. I can provide counseling that will give you the tools to better navigate through life's dilemmas. I treat adults and adolescents who are struggling through a variety of issues that are problematic for their current life's circumstances. Issues may include depression, anxiety, male and female issues, trauma, substance abuse, sexuality issues, and developmental transitions.
(734) 219-6648
Office is near:
West Bloomfield, Michigan 48325
“I specialize in working with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety and a variety of grief and loss issues - including cancer. Research indicates that the most important party of therapy is the relationship between the therapist and client. Using a conversational approach, I begin with the premise that the therapist provides a warm, safe, and respectful environment that focuses on the client's strengths and enables the client to freely express personal matters . Together, we will explore what brings you to therapy at this time, set therapeutic goals, and agree on an approach specific to your needs.
(248) 534-1150
Office is near:
West Bloomfield, Michigan 48325
Alicia C Mindlin, Counselor  in Bloomfield Hills
“Therapy is an exploration and identification of feelings, thoughts and behaviors. It acknowledges past relationships, events, and experiences while confronting the present and exploring the future.Therapy is a journey about self, you as the pilot have the power to navigate it.A process that helps express people's needs through words, helping to identify and discuss concerns and life changes.
Counselor, MA, LLPC
“I have experience with assisting a diverse population of adults and adolescents struggling with depression, anxiety, grief and trauma, as well as wide variety of emotional problems, and adjustment issues. I am trained in relationships conflicts such as couples and parenting issues. I am also trained in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and utilizes client-centered approach to therapy. Through establishing a compassionate and trusting relationship, I believe every individual has the power within to help him/herself to lead a better and healthier lifestyle.
Dennis & Moye & Associates, Psychologist  in Bloomfield Hills
“I have training in cogitive/behavioral therapy but believe that each client is unique and I try to develop a treatment plan based on those individual needs. I have been a clinication for over 25 years . I have 16 other professionals in my clinical practice including psychiatrists and a dietian. I have a background in reseach and have taught clinical skills to staff at Wayne State University, Stanford University and the University of Chicago.
Thomas W Blume, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bloomfield Hills
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, LPC
“People seek counseling for many reasons, but I often find it is because they feel isolated even in close relationships where they hope to feel recognized, loved, and appreciated. And it is hard to keep connections alive when when new demands--new people in the household, changes at work or school, an "empty nest" or family changes related to aging--disrupt relationships. I focus on making sense of experiences and moving forward. When possible, I work directly with relationships: parent-child and parent-adolescent, siblings, couples from dating throughout the lifespan, and older adults with their adult children.
Marshall Maldaver, Psychologist  in Waterford
“I have over 25 years experience working with children, adults, couples and families on a wide variety of life problems. It is important to find a therapist that is a good fit, someone with whom you feel comfortable and who takes your concerns seriously. My approach is supportive, confidential and empathetic in helping individuals and families recognize their own needs and strengths. It's not uncommon to get stuck in unsatisfying and frustrating situations. Through our relationship you can start to become aware of issues that interfere with feeling better and use your strengths to make changes and move forward.
Karen Bashawaty, Counselor  in Bloomfield Hills
“Since every client is unique, I tailor my therapeutic approach to complement each client's individual personality, inviting them into a safe and accepting environment where they are met with respect and empathic concern. As a Radical Forgiveness Therapy Practitioner, I help clients accomplish the often difficult task of forgiveness, freeing them from long held anger and hurt. I'm trained in a highly effective treatment for trauma, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing),generating remarkable results with adults and couples, struggling with marital or relationship issues, phobias, anxiety, depression, poor self-esteem, work issues, or grief and loss.
Lynn Hartung, Counselor  in Waterford
“My goal is to provide you with a positive therapeutic experience in a safe environment that will facilitate healing, well-being, and growth. I work with individuals, couples and families. I work with many issues, as noted below. Because each client is unique, with a unique background and unique issues, I listen carefully and use a blend of different therapeutic approaches to help clients understand themselves, change behaviors and move pass their problems. I can also function as a Life Coach to help a client create a happier life and a better future.
“I congratulate you for having the courage to take the necessary steps to learn new ways in managing your life challenges. I believe that each individual is very unique with talents, strengths and inner resources to meet the challenges that life offers. I respect each one's present status and work to enhance those unique abilities to effect constructive changes. My service strive to redirect maladaptive ways of functioning to promote one's potential for optimal growth. Our Mission is : to provide quality services to indiviuals, families and children; to activate each one's inner resources to effect changes that engender self-respect and self esteem; to promote healthy interpersonal relationships through the art of self-management and appreciaiton for the development of personal power.
Tammie Bodner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bloomfield Hills
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW, DAAETS
“My passion is my work. I feel very blessed to love what I do. I graduated from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor in 1993 and have over 15 years of direct clinical practice. I'm a Diplomat in the American Academy of Experts in Trauma and Traumatic Stress; Listed in the National Directory of Experts in Trauma; Listed in the Nation Council of Crisis Management's Directory of Expert Witnesses; Court Appointed Special Advocate in Oakland Country Family Court; Member in good standing in the American Academy of Certified Social Workers. Fully credentialed social worker in the State of Michigan.
Kelly Myers, Psychologist  in Bloomfield Hills
“"We must be willing to let go of the life we planned so as to have the life that is waiting for us." (Joseph Campbell). Are you yearning for more joy, clarity and meaning in your life? Are you seeking change and growth, yet fearful to move forward? Change is often scary. I can help you navigate through your struggles and grow into your true potential. I offer a safe and supportive environment in which to explore your fears and dreams. Even in the midst of pain, suffering can be eased.
Ann Smith, Psychologist  in Bloomfield Hills
“I approach people with an understanding that their storyline is unique and often difficult to share with another. Practicing in both inpatient and outpatient settings has prepared me to sit with a wide range of individuals and families; my specialities center around women and girls. I believe a safe and reliable space for self-exploration is essential. While clinical experience and teaching provide me with creative ways of helping others approach difficulties, I value the collaborative nature of the process. Together we seek understanding of the pain, fear, or unhappiness, making changes that will shift life toward joy and fulfillment.
Jodi Siberski, Counselor  in Bloomfield Hills
“Anger management and relationship issues go hand-in-hand. Many clients are in distress because of poor communication with their partner. I provide a safe haven where differing perspectives may be expressed, and respect for differences is a significant goal. I have a universal respect for all interpersonal relationships including family of origin relationships, heterosexual partnerships, and homosexual partnerships. I have worked with many couples who are trying to recover from a betrayal of trust such as an affair. As long as two people are willing to work on the relationship, I believe there is hope that it can be saved.
Kristine Vazzano, Psychologist  in Bloomfield Hills
“It is possible to feel better and make changes in your life. As a clinical psychologist, I can help you explore emotions related to current problems and teach you new ways of communicating and managing your feelings. My role is to help you feel better and increase your awareness both about yourself and the things you do. By increasing your understanding of past and present experiences, you can also improve your mood, your relationships, and overall functioning.
Donald E Deering, Counselor  in Pontiac
“Dr. Deering's goal is to assist patients in identifying, addressing and/or resolving core issues that are contributing to a reduced quality of life. His approach begins with an initial evaluation for assessment and diagnostic purposes (sometimes this may involve psychometrics / testing and assessment). He will then assist in the development of an evidenced-based treatment plan. Finally, Dr. Deering works with the individual and/or family to implement the changes necessary to result in the outcomes desired. Dr. Deering is also available to field questions and offer recommendations via email anytime.
Amy Baker Dennis, Psychologist  in Bloomfield Hills
“I have been a practicing clinical psychologist for almost 40 years and have specialized in the treatment of eating disorders for the past 34 years. I have maintained a practice in the Detroit area since 1988. Although I maintain a generalized (mixed) practice, I find treating individuals that are struggling with eating disorders a challenging and rewarding endeavor. The behaviors of eating disordered individuals are very similar but the issues behind the disorder are unique to each person.
Associates In Divorce,P.L.C., Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Bloomfield Hills
“I help persons in conflict. "Life isn't waiting for the storm to pass. " I help you you cope with life stressors. Also visit my two web sites: www.rmahck.com and www.AssocitesInMentalHealth.net
Cynthia J MacLeod, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Bloomfield Hills
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited Licensed Psychologist, MFA, PsyD, LL-Doct
“I am a Psychologist, Limited License-Doctoral, doing post-doctoral work under the supervision of Dr Ann Smith, PsyD, LP. When life traumas occur, we often abandon the core self that guides usand begin living superficially. I have a lifelong interest in helping people grow toward optimum attunement to their authentic self, optimum expression of life purpose, and greater engagement with life. I collaborate with you in a safe space for exploring issues, beginning where you are, and proceeding at your pace. My general practice includes trauma survivors, adolescents, artists, couples, families, and people exploring issues of sexuality and gender.

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