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Therapists in Macomb

Peggy J Akrigg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Macomb
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LMSW
“There are times when life seems overwhelming or daily activities become impaired by a particular problem or circumstance. In many cases, the best way to find a solution is through professional counseling. My goal as a Clinical Social Worker is to help you empower yourself, and honor who you are. Having over 19 years of experience in mental health, I've seen the wonders of the therapeutic relationship, witnessing lasting results for individuals, couples and families. Know that wherever your journey has led you thus far, there is help available to you.
(586) 770-2465
Macomb, Michigan 48044
Michelle L Siev, Counselor  in Macomb
“I enjoy working with clients as they make empowering discoveries about themselves while delving into the complicated stuff of life. My clients experience a non-judgmental, caring, and relaxing atmosphere that promotes personal growth and healing. Everyone comes to therapy with unique challenges and needs, so I use an individualized and integrated approach which includes Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Existential Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and a Positive Psychology model. My goal is always to help my clients recognize their inherent strengths so they can realize their full potential.
(586) 554-2917
Macomb, Michigan 48042
Heather Ashley, Counselor  in Macomb
“Finding a peaceful solution to our current struggles in life can feel overwhelming and difficult when we are doing it alone. Anxiety, depression, grief, and family or parenting struggles can disrupt our lives and leave us feeling lost. I am here to provide a safe and confidential environment where we can work together to find the peaceful solution you are seeking.
(586) 623-4767
Macomb, Michigan 48044
Laurie Church, Counselor  in Macomb
“l offer an individualized, integrated approach to therapy that is designed to address your specific needs and challenges. Whether you are experiencing trauma, depression, anxiety, relationship issues or any other life-changing situation, you can be assured that I will work closely with you to develop and maintain a professional, solution-focused treatment to address those needs. I specialize in treating trauma-related disorders and symptoms such as post-traumatic stress disorder, panic disorder and panic attacks, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, domestic violence and others problems precipitated by a traumatic event.
(586) 649-3684
Macomb, Michigan 48044
Erin C Wynn, Psychologist  in Macomb
“Sometimes you just need someone who knows how to listen to you, without judgment or prejudice. At each session I welcome my clients with the lightest of energy. The therapeutic process allows my clients the ability to locate the personal tools they need to guide them towards the resolution they deserve. My focus continues to remain holistic as it integrates the balance between the Mind, Body, and Spirit in everyday life.
(586) 782-6265
Macomb, Michigan 48044
Diane K Schalk, Counselor  in Macomb
“It's never easy to admit that life isn't going the way you had hoped. When it's difficult to cope we sometimes need the ear of a professional, one who will keep our concerns confidential and guide us in the right direction. If you are looking for extra support and guidance through a challenging situation or you're just ready to move in a new direction in your life, I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals.
(586) 806-9986
Macomb, Michigan 48044
Sandra Jean Plouffe, Counselor  in Macomb
“It's sometimes difficult to find the right therapist so I have included a letter my client wrote me to help you get to know a little about who I am through my client: Sandra, I just wanted to let you know how much joy you are helping me regain. You are one of the few people I can fully be myself around. You have been a true blessing to me and I look forward to working with you in the up and coming year. This is going to be a good year. I have faith, for the first time in my life (name confidential). .
(586) 697-2364
Macomb, Michigan 48044
Samanthia Z Zolnoski, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Macomb
“Therapy is a valuable self care tool that affords you the space to identify and work with life's unpredictable nature. When a client tells me they are struggling with anxiety, depression, addiction or a relationship issue I do not view weakness. Rather, I see resilience and awareness of an imbalance within which is negatively impacting how you live your life and you are choosing to regain your equilibrium.
(586) 630-4248
Macomb, Michigan 48044
Natalie Rea, Psychologist  in Macomb
“Dr. Rea is devoted to her clients. With the use of diverse psychotherapeutic interventions, her number one priority remains serving her clients. Utilizing person-centered techniques to create treatment goals, Dr. Rea works collaboratively with clients to enhance mental wellness. She will work with other professionals such as psychiatrists, primary care physicians, and teachers to provide the best services possible. She maintains a reputation for being honest, caring, and compassionate. She enjoys working with people, so her clients receive the individualized attention that she knows they deserve and the experience of embracing a confidential relationship that is genuine, sincere, and professional.
(586) 330-0573
Office is near:
Macomb, Michigan 48044
United Psychological Services, Treatment Facility  in Macomb
“At United Psychological Services you'll find an experienced staff offering a wide array of therapeutic services in a supportive and professional environment. We are a multidisciplinary clinic and pride ourselves on offering a depth of neuropsychological testing and analysis leading to a precise diagnosis, cutting edge therapy and treatment options. We see patients of all ages ranging from the very young to the elderly. Our staff is comprised of professional therapists who offer years of experience in the field and practice several therapeutic specialties such as ADD/ADHD, Alzheimer's and dementia disorders, sleep issues, depression, anxiety, marriage counseling, autism spectrum, teen issues and traumatic brain injury. We also provide general therapy for individuals, couples and families. Our treatment plans are highly individualized and include interactive metronome training as well as a cognitive training program for treatment of memory issues and traumatic brain injury that is unlike any other. Our clinic offers flexible appointment times and days. Please call us at 586.323.3620 or visit our website at for a complete overview of our clinic and the ways that we can be of help to you, a friend or family member.
(586) 372-8994
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Macomb, Michigan 48044
Renee' Cannon, Counselor  in Macomb
“Life can definately present us with challenges. Dealing with major changes in our lives, a chronic illness, the death of a loved one, relationship issues, or a difficult child can be emotionally draining. Psychotherapy can help to put your life back in order so that you can function and enjoy life again. I have been working with individuals and families for over 12 years. Support, guidance, empowerment, and education are key components to making positive changes in life.
(586) 239-0082
Office is near:
Macomb, Michigan 48044
Stoney Creek Recovery, Counselor  in Macomb
“I work with people dealing with loved one's who are addicted to drugs and alcohol and the addicts themselves. I also work with adults dealing with depression, anxiety and grief/loss issues. Learning new coping skills and setting healthy boundaries are key to recovery. My motto in therapy is "nothing changes if nothing changes". Using cognitive behavior therapy has benefited my clients and helped them live more satisfying lives.
(586) 745-1276
Office is near:
Macomb, Michigan 48044
Julie K. Puggini, LPC, NCC, Counselor  in Macomb
“Stress - Anxiety - Relationship Issues -Depression - Communication Problems-Feeling the loss of meaning & purpose. Life is constantly changing. People are always in transition & there are times when additional help is needed to promote feelings of relief, wellness, & personal growth. When you leave each session you will feel empowered, your confidence will grow, and you will feel less stressed. This is a confidential, safe place to talk & heal. You will start smiling more & laughing again. Everything in your life will begin to transform & good things will start happening on a daily basis. Believe in yourself & in this process. The changes you make now will last a lifetime.
(586) 745-1674
Office is near:
Macomb, Michigan 48044
Carrie Ryan, Counselor  in Macomb
“Are you feeling 'stuck"? Do you feel like no one understands you? Are you feeling anxious, lonely or depressed? Maybe you have used drugs or alcohol to help you feel better, only to end up feeling worse. If you are tired of struggling.... help is available. Overcome self-sabotage, mental health issues or other roadblocks that prevent you from living the life you want! Clients who are struggling have found my approach to be understanding, motivating and non-judgmental.
(586) 745-3639
Office is near:
Macomb, Michigan 48042
Tammy S Pretzer, Counselor  in Macomb
“Does it feel like you are losing control? You feel anxious and cannot stop the fears. These overwhelming thoughts can interrupt your ability to live your best life. Issues can come into our lives, at any time, without warning, devasting and catching us off guard. Choosing to begin therapy shows incredible inner strength and a desire to invest in yourself.
(586) 690-4036
Office is near:
Macomb, Michigan 48044
Rosalie Craft, Counselor  in Macomb
“Everyone has a story and a desire to be heard. Sharing your story is the first step toward healing. Healing from an emotional crisis takes time, effort, and hope. I will help you define your hope through the development of an action plan that fits your needs and healing potential..
(248) 277-5500
Office is near:
Macomb, Michigan 48044
Carol Agnew, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Macomb
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Michigan and I have over 15 years working with children, adults and families with a wide variety of issues. I have a fondness for working with couples and children, helping people to live their best lives, and helping people cope with anxiety and depression. I have worked with acting out kids and helped with parenting issues, I have experience with bipolar disorder and sexual abuse and trauma.
(248) 716-7764
Office is near:
Macomb, Michigan 48044
Julie Ann Phillips, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Macomb
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“I believe we all have the power to live happy, fulfilling and purpose-driven lives, but along the way we can get tripped up by disappointment, relationships, grief, misconceptions and other circumstances that cause us to forget how special we are. I believe the role of a therapist is to help guide the client with objective and empathetic listening and non-judgmental suggestions. Sometimes you may need a reality check, and other times all you may need is a reinforcing message that you are on the right track with your thoughts, beliefs and actions.
(586) 789-9832
Office is near:
Macomb, Michigan 48044
Judith Persley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Macomb
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, MSA, CAADC
“We are all unique, but everyone of us faces difficulties at times in our lives. Some difficulties can really challenge us. How do we face them effectively? How do we stay whole in the process? How do we come out wiser? How do we eliminate or reduce the pain or fear? A voluntary counseling relationship can certainly answer these questions and more. Grief, anxiety, relationship issues within a family or marriage or with others, depression, chronic illness, moderate and severe traume, PTSD, panic, compulsive behaviors, sexual issues, life changing events. Job stress or setting goals and needing life coaching.
(586) 276-7330
Office is near:
Macomb, Michigan 48044
Candace Daniels, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Macomb
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“Anxious, depressed, angry, overwhelmed, or confused about your marriage, or life in general? Know something has to change, but unsure what, or how? When you want healthier self-esteem for yourself, or better communication with your spouse, I can help. Feeling frustrated and unhappy is a hard place to be in. But you don't have to be stuck there. In just a few sessions I can teach you several techniques that decrease anxiety, lighten depression, feel better about yourself, and get more needs met as a couple.
(586) 646-8495
Office is near:
Macomb, Michigan 48044

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