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Borderline Personality Therapists in Detroit
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Arthur E Nowlin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Detroit
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, FLMSW, CAADC, AAFLP
“Our focus is to assist individuals with substance abuse issues and specializing in returning offenders. Clients are assessed and provided information to improve their ability to change their behaviors. This process will include techniques designed to motivate clients towards self determination and rational thinking. It is our objective to be changed agents for positive outcomes.
Borderline Personality
Sexual Addiction
(313) 749-9996
Detroit, Michigan 48202
The Imagine Center for Psychological Health, Treatment Facility  in Detroit
“Many of us experience problems in living from time to time, as we manage our intimate relationships, careers, children, etc. Often times, these problems lead to feeling poorly about oneself or even to feelings of hopelessness or helplessness. Sometimes, these problems reach a magnitude where our level of distress or ability to function is affected. At these times, it can be very helpful to talk to a professional who can provide insight, support and perspective on these difficult issues. Although your issues may seem unmanageable to you now, with the right help, they can be overcome. Our therapists will help you solve your problems in living. In our work together, you will learn the sources of your difficulties, whether historical or related to current life circumstances, in order to more effectively manage and overcome them. Therapy shouldn't be a temporary solution to problems. Rather, it should produce meaningful and stable change. Our experienced and qualified clinicians have extensive clinical interests and areas of expertise. Many specialize in the evaluation and diagnosis of psychological disorders of childhood and adulthood, developmental problems, learning disorders, and more. Our therapists utilize the best-suited modality of treatment to best meet their clients' needs.
Borderline Personality
Sexual Addiction
(313) 254-4927
Detroit, Michigan 48201
Angela Hallisy  in Detroit
“There are many factors that can impact your quality of life on a daily basis, whether it's transitions, stress/anxiety, trauma, depression, relationships, video game/internet addiction, or traumatic brain injury - I can help. I am dedicated to the overall health and well-being of every client. I provide a safe environment where we work together to explore challenges, develop strategies for growth, and find a path that meets your needs for care while building upon your personal strengths. I work with both children and adults dealing with a variety of conditions in individual, group, and family sessions.
Borderline Personality
Sexual Addiction
(586) 649-3486
Office is near:
Detroit, Michigan 48201
Footprints Beachside Recovery, Treatment Facility  in Detroit
“Located on the Gulf Coast of Florida neighboring America's Best Beach - St. Pete Beach - in the Tampa Bay Area, Footprints Beachside Recovery is located in the heart of the quaint downtown of the old Florida beach town of Treasure Island. Footprints Beachside Recovery is a nationally recognized, holistic and dual diagnosis program for individuals seeking treatment for substance abuse. This small boutique style of treatment separates Footprints and provides a calming, personalized approach with the caring only found in a family owned program.
Borderline Personality
Sexual Addiction
(727) 270-8083
We serve:
Detroit, Michigan 48203
Heroin Addiction Treatment at Morningside Recovery, Treatment Facility  in Detroit
“Heroin is the most addictive illegal drug in the world, and is nearly impossible to quit without help. At Morningside Recovery, we offer specialized treatment that gives individuals real resources to recover. We even help clients find employment, apply for school, and find sober housing after treatment.
Borderline Personality
Sexual Addiction
(888) 304-1713
We serve:
Detroit, Michigan 48201
Trinity Teen Solutions, Inc, Treatment Facility  in Detroit
“Trinity Teen Solutions, Inc. (TTS) is a Catholic/Christian Residential Treatment Facility located on a 4,000 acre ranch, that helps troubled teen girls ages 12-17, find the beauty within, heal past wounds, grow inner strength, instill a conscience and learn to manage themselves in today's difficult society. At TTS each girl will experience a family atmosphere complete with active participation in experiential therapy, wilderness therapy, academics, equine-assisted psychotherapy, non-verbal therapy, chores and caring for animals, all while residing in cozy country cabins with caring live-in staff. By placing the focus on God and how He can impact every area of each girls life, an amazing transformation takes place.
Borderline Personality
Sexual Addiction
(307) 460-4418
We serve:
Detroit, Michigan 48226
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Ashley E Wancour-Lupico, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Detroit
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited Licensed 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
Detroit, Michigan 48201
Latasha Becker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Detroit
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“Latasha earned a Master of Social Work degree at Wayne State University. She is a licensed clinical social worker for the State of Michigan. Latasha is experienced in multiple evidence based therapy approaches which allow her to customize treatment goals based on your needs. Latasha's principles in her practice are having respect for the clients she serve's, making connections, and helping individuals be directed to options so that they can reach their own personal best. Seeking personal help has received negative connotations and there are many who wrongly believe that self-help is a sign of weakness.
(313) 486-5869
Detroit, Michigan 48203
Need to Talk, LLC, Counselor  in Detroit
“My primary focus is to help you through pivotal moments in your life. I realize it is not always easy to know whom to turn to when life makes little sense. However, I am here for you and respect you. My clients are individuals that are concerned with depression, adjusting to life events, relationship challenges, understanding their purpose, grieving, illness, stress, divorce, goal setting, cognitive challenges, emotional challenges, special education, reinventing themselves, or who want to improve the quality of daily living.
(313) 924-1365
Detroit, Michigan 48223
Callys Williams-Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Detroit
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, LMSW, CAADC
“At CVM Services you will experience acceptance, value, and ultimate satisfaction as you enhance your personal life with the professional knowledge and skill-base of over 20 years of working experience. Starting with a 'Solution-Focused' approach, CVM Services is qualified to work with all ages and genders and will cater to each client's need with a best fit approach for each individual. Among other approaches, CVM Services also uses a "Client-Centered" approach which allows each individual to resolve core conflicts through appropriate verbalization and positive social behaviors.
(313) 924-1675
Detroit, Michigan 48213
StoneCrest Center, Treatment Facility  in Detroit
“Accredited by The Joint Commission and licensed to operate 104 beds in the state of Michigan, StoneCrest Center is a premier provider of psychiatric services for individuals who are suffering from mental health conditions, as well as co-occurring and cognitive disorders. With programming available for adolescents, adults, and senior adults, StoneCrest offers various levels of care and a number of treatment options so as to meet the needs of all who come to StoneCrest for services. Additionally, this center is the only provider of specialized services for adolescents who are battling mental health disorders and developmental disabilities. Cornerstone to the care supplied by StoneCrest is individualized treatment planning that is tailored to address any and all needs that patients may have. The caring and compassionate staff, of which is comprised of therapists, social workers, psychiatrists, and other relevant mental health and medical professionals, facilitate treatment planning with the unwavering mission of helping every patient achieve their treatment goals. At StoneCrest Center, true healing and lasting recovery is within every patient's reach.
(844) 201-2488
Detroit, Michigan 48205
Pauline G Everette, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Detroit
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LMSW, ACSW
“Dr. Everette uses mindfulness, yoga practices, and traditional psychotherapy to help clients move toward greater balance, control, effectiveness, and joy in life. Psychotherapy address problems that are psychological in nature, e.g., depression, anxiety, conflicts with family members, addictions, etc. In contrast, the coaching process addresses specific areas of concern, e.g., personal projects, business successes, career direction, health and health and wellness concerns, and helps the client take positive actions to achiever related goals.
(313) 332-4317
Detroit, Michigan 48207
Kim J Logan-Nowlin, Counselor  in Detroit
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, LPCBCPC, ACAC, AAFLP, MFT
“Kim Logan Communications Christian Counseling Clinic has been successfully addressing the needs of families, youth and individuals experiencing problems, or those with maritial concerns, by providing family therapy, child therapy and substance abuse treatment. KLCC has provided employability training and substance abuse treatment to parole and probationary offenders since 1993.
(313) 486-4592
Detroit, Michigan 48202
Nolan Keith Moore, Counselor  in Detroit
“As an fully Licensed Professional Counselor and advanced level Addiction Counselor, I have had the opportunity and privilege to help those facing life's trials and tribulations. I care for adults, couples, adolesents and children by helping them learn to cope with stress and maneuver thru their personal journeys.
(313) 451-7852
Detroit, Michigan 48213
CLE Authentic Counseling / Coaching Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Detroit
“Are you tired of life as usual? What are your greatest challenges that causes fear and insecurity to conquer your thoughts? What if you begin your journey by discussing the challenges that have become barriers to your personal, professional, and spiritual life. We have been serving people for many years it is my goal to provide you with the best support and empowerment to accomplish your goals. Although life can be challenging the answers to resolve any issue are already within you. We will provide authentic care and create a safe environment for you to heal, and grow through this difficult time.
(313) 486-1361
Detroit, Michigan 48214
Debra Ann Brodie, Psychologist  in Detroit
“The adult client who makes the most progress with me is the one who desires a “new life”. In this “new life”, success outnumbers failure, hope exceeds fear, and confidence outweighs self-doubt. This client humbly accepts that “new life” requires giving up the old, negative, automatic narrative about “what was done to me”. In its place, the client realizes that a new narrative about “who I want to be and do” involves accepting full responsibility for the genesis of his/her thoughts, feelings and actions. In other words, the adult client who works best with me is willing to “grow up”.
(313) 486-0562
Detroit, Michigan 48202
Vikkie Tucker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Detroit
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“The modality I use in my practice is primarily based on client's needs, personality and goals. My post-graduate clinical training background is Family Systems Therapy which focuses on the impact of early significant relationships and ongoing emotional development. Client Focus: Adolescent, Adult, Elder, Individual, Couple Well Being Education and EAP services.
(313) 473-7997
Detroit, Michigan 48207
Wayne State University Psychology Clinic, Treatment Facility  in Detroit
“The Wayne State University Psychology Clinic provides a vast array of services to the metro Detroit area. Within a safe, confidential, and professional environment, a variety of clinical services are offered for children, adolescents, and adults. We are able to provide comprehensive psychological assessments to help identify and provide recommendations for ADHD, learning disabilities, behavioral problems, and personal and relationship difficulties. In addition, we provide therapy to individuals, couples, and families struggling with a variety of concerns, including depression and anxiety, substance abuse and other addictions, personality and relationship problems, trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder, grief and loss, identity and career conflicts, and trouble accessing or coping with emotions.
(313) 577-2840
Detroit, Michigan 48202
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“I consider therapy a gift where you are able to detox from family pain and drama, remove the obstacles to your own growth and happiness -- and live the life you were meant to live. My practice offers individual, couples and family sessions for all ages. My office is located on the first floor inside the beautiful Park Shelton building in Midtown Detroit and my fees are reasonable.
(248) 213-7628
Detroit, Michigan 48202
Detroit Behavioral Institute-Depression, Treatment Facility  in Detroit
“Since its inception in 2004, Detroit Behavioral Institute has been a provider of specialized programming for youth who are grappling with emotional and behavioral disturbances. With a primary mission to prepare young people for their futures by instilling skills for living a healthy and safe lifestyle, Detroit Behavioral Institute supplies the care needed to help young people truly heal and recover from even the most pressing of mental health concerns. The staff of expertly-trained professionals facilitates treatment with compassion and employs evidence-based therapeutic interventions within each programming option. Various treatment methods are utilized in the treatment offered by Detroit Behavioral Institute so that the most favorable treatment outcomes are the result. These methods foster the learning of new, prosocial skills so each youth who comes to this center for treatment come to realize that a bright and happy future is within tangible reach.
(844) 203-5714
Detroit, Michigan 48207
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Look here for help with borderline personality in Detroit, BPD issues or for Detroit borderline personality disorder. BPD treatment or BPB counseling may include dialectical behavior therapy or DBT Therapists in Detroit). DBT has been developed as a form of counseling specifically to treat BPD. Antidepressant drugs and mood stabilizers may be helpful for depressed and, or, labile mood. Antipsychotic drugs may also be used when there are distortions in thinking. See Borderline Personality. Try a Detroit BPD Therapist, Detroit facility or Detroit treatment program. Therapists also help with therapy for teenagers in Detroit, or Detroit adults and seniors who suspect they have a borderline personality disorder.

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For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Detroit you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Detroit and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Detroit or family therapy in Detroit.