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Medicaid Therapists in Grand Rapids

Valencia Agnew, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Grand Rapids
Limited Licensed Psychologist, PhD
“I believe in the unique potential within each and every one of us, and it is this belief that drives me to help those in need. My passion and compassion, along with almost 14 years of experience, help me provide clients with tools, guidance, and support needed to journey towards healing, self-exploration, and resolution. I am known to work on many of the more difficult cases in the Grand Rapids area, and recognized by the school, legal and healthcare communities as being a leading provider of group and counseling services for children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families.
Medicaid
(616) 504-1694
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
Erica Koetsier, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Grand Rapids
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited Licensed Psychologist, MA, TLLP
“My treatment throughout therapy entails working with many types of individuals. My main focus throughout our journey together is to help you understand daily struggles and find ways of working thru those difficulties. I will take the time to get to know you as an individual, listen to and respect you, and together we will find a way to make life more manageable and enjoyable. I bring a new and fun therapeutic relationship to therapy. Throughout my trainings I have been exposed to many trauma trainings, which are my main focus and I aspire to help those who have suffered long enough.
Medicaid
(616) 288-2690
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“I help people with issues related to mental health, substance use, domestic violence, sexual trauma, parenting, stress & anxiety. I have a reputation as a person of integrity and expertise in working with clients. Many clients say they feel stronger and better able to take control of their own lives after working with me. I believe strongly in the connection of the emotional, physical and spiritual parts of us. Through exploring these connections to find more balance, people often find their conditions improved. Becoming aware of how our life systems interact can be a life changing experience for many.
Medicaid
(616) 918-6612
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
Jason Kae-Smith Certified Sex Therapist, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Grand Rapids
“Therapy is about possibilities: possibilities for overcoming challenges, possibilities for pursuing hopes and dreams. In my experience, the sooner you can get out from underneath the pain of life's struggles, the sooner you can reconnect with the joy of life's possibilities. I am here to help you do just that, all in a welcoming environment of safety, respect...and sometimes even a bit of humor! If this sounds like a good fit for you, please drop me a line or give me a call.
Medicaid
(616) 421-4623
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
Dana Price, Counselor  in Grand Rapids
“The decision to begin therapy is a very challenging decision to make. It can also be very scary, which can cause us to remain frozen between the fear of change and the fear of staying the same. I view psychotherapy as an opportunity to face the space between who you are and who you want to be. I offer a laid-back approach to therapy utilizing humor, accountability, warmth, and empathy. In collaborating closely with clients, I work to help them understand themselves better and use that understanding to effect positive change in their lives.
Medicaid
(616) 818-0935
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49506
Laura Hockenberry, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Grand Rapids
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited Licensed Psychologist, MA, LLP
“Things change in life and sometimes these transitions require support, care and insight that well-meaning friends and family cannot provide. Gaining an outside perspective, supportive validation and assistance with defining the issues that are most pertinent to you and your progression toward better life outcomes are crucial. Spending the time to address these issues is an important investment in yourself which can impact your relationships, your physical health and your future. Take the time to make that investment, you are worth it.
Medicaid
(616) 818-1345
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49525
Rachael Kool, Counselor  in Grand Rapids
“We find ourselves traveling down the same roads all the time, same route to work, school, and even family and friends' houses. Sometimes we become so used to the way we are living that change is often difficult to achieve. I believe this is because we are stuck in ways of thinking because we have done it for as long as we can remember. "That's just the way I am." If you are looking to find a new way of doing things because you are unsatisfied or stuck in a rut, I would love to help you navigate change.
Medicaid
(616) 258-2590
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
Cindy L Kimball, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Grand Rapids
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW, ACHP-SW
“Each individual situation is unique and therefore requires a unique approach. In my counseling practice I emphasize building a trusting, safe, and honest relationship with clients. Together we will identify issues, learn to understand them and find solutions to life's difficulties. For over 25 years, I have worked in West Michigan providing counseling, therapy, direction and supervision to adults and children from diverse backgrounds. I specialize in assisting individuals and families who are experiencing painful situations and need help managing life's most difficult events including childhood issues, social anxieties and pressures, loss, divorce and chronic illness.
Medicaid
(616) 522-5780
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49544
“Therapy? It is difficult to make the decision to enter into therapy but even more important to find a therapist in which you feel comfortable. Understanding these feelings of others have allowed me to be in practice for over fifteen years. Making the first step to call can be a difficult process and I pride myself in empathizing with this difficulty. I have made it part of my practice serving children, adolescents, and adults to take the time to relate to each individual on an individual basis and attempt to make each client to feel comfortable making this difficult step.
Medicaid
(616) 432-2601
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49544
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW
“I specialize in a holistic approach to depression, anxiety, bi-polar and addictions with over 30 years of personal and professional experience. You will be treated in a caring, compassionate, confidential manner as we work together to solve life's problems and free you from the pain and brokenness that you are experiencing.
Medicaid
(616) 258-2416
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
James C Mitchell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Grand Rapids
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MA, LMSW
“I have been helping adults and adolescents achieve more peaceful and satisfying lives for over 29 years. I see therapy as a collaborative process where we work together to help you achieve your goals. I work with clients concerning a wide range of issues, from depression and anxiety to family of origin issues and how they impact parenting and relationships. I enjoy working with clients who are committed to making changes to improve their lives.
Medicaid
(616) 920-0672
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49506
Khalia Twork, Counselor  in Grand Rapids
“As a counselor, the ideal client is someone that wants to make change for the better and gain a greater sense of self. I am here to help you obtain your goals through creating an environment that fosters your process of self-actualization. My approach to the counseling environment, is to act as a resource. My years of experience working with various populations has allowed me to be able to incorporate various approaches and techniques that assist my clients in overcoming their own personal struggles.
Medicaid
(616) 931-5598
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
Sacred Space Counseling,   in Grand Rapids
“We view the counseling process as a relationship that holds up a mirror for you, seeks out your heart, requires honesty and authenticity and invites you to more. It's a journey together to explore your heart, your relationships and the stories of your life.
Medicaid
(616) 414-4748
Office is near:
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
Laura Holland, Counselor  in Grand Rapids
“Are you struggling with anxiety, depression, or relationship problems? You aren't alone! I am an experienced person-centered therapist who is committed to helping you rediscover your personal strengths, develop realistic plans of action, and overcome the problems in life that are holding you back.
Medicaid
(616) 536-7116
Office is near:
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49504
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited Licensed Psychologist, MA, TLLP, LBSW, CADC-M
Medicaid
(616) 288-2728
Office is near:
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49508
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Tracy Thompson, Counselor  in Grand Rapids
“Childhood can be a time of happiness and joy; it can also be a time of disappointment, confusion and pain. I work with children and families who find that life is tough. I also work with adults who were exposed to trauma as children. I use a variety of mediums when working with clients such as, art therapy, play therapy and talk therapy. I help parents as they are navigating difficult times in their relationship with each other and their children. My role is to come alongside you and try to holistically meet you at your point of need.
(616) 818-0933
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503
Joe Martino, Counselor  in Grand Rapids
“Relationships can be hard. You can love someone and still have destructive patterns of communication. I want to help each person learn new and better ways to communicate. Sometimes, we just need to be heard by someone. I want to hear from each client by listening deeply to what they are saying. I have worked with many couples and individuals over the years to build stronger relationships and happier lives.
(616) 965-0238
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
Marianne Dunn, Psychologist  in Grand Rapids
“Emotional distress can arise from a number of sources, for a variety of reasons. In a supportive therapeutic setting, I work with patients to help make sense of what they're feeling. Then a course of action can be set toward change and mastery. The goal is to feel and function better, and to engage more fully in life, career, relationship. I work primarily with adults, both men and women, and offer consultation to couples, families and primary care physicians. Presenting problems often include depression, anxiety and relationship distress.
(616) 931-5013
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
JLS Counseling & Mentoring, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Grand Rapids
“Life can be a confusing, scary journey. But I believe people can experience the reality of hope rather than just hoping that chance will change their lives. My desire is to come alongside individuals and couples where they are to help them resolve issues, to guide their discovery of who they are (to know their strengths as well as their weaknesses), to uncover core issues that may be interfering with their personal growth and relationships, and to assist them as they incorporate these discoveries into a plan that will move them toward their goals.
(616) 347-6768
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49505
Thomas M Spahn, Psychologist  in Grand Rapids
“An individual once asked what I did for a living and what it taught me. After a moment, I offered spending time with people that life has stomped on and I learned how resilient people can be. Professional experience has focussed upon treatment and evaluation for those who have faced severe life trauma. This has included combat veterans, abuse victims, as well as medical and environmental catastrophe. A respect for families and children under stress prompted work with issues such as divorce, custody, parental rights and adoption. Experience with militay personel, and others who were resilient under extreme stress fostered work in assessing and develping leadership in roles such as corporate psychology and career development.
(616) 730-1934
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503
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