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Parenting Therapists in Plymouth

University Center for the Child and Family (UCCF), Treatment Facility  in Plymouth
“UCCF is a University of Michigan facility offering a comprehensive range of mental health services for children, adolescents, and families. Our facility was designed with families in mind; our waiting room includes a play room for children, and child care is available during appointments. We are strongly committed to helping children, teens, couples and families enjoy happier lives, more satisfying relationships, and increased success at school or work. Parking is conveniently located in the Liberty Square Parking Structure directly above us on 500 E. Washington Street.
Parenting
(734) 259-3184
We serve:
Plymouth, Michigan 48170
Michael Bambery, Psychologist  in Plymouth
“My practice is focused exclusively on psychological assessment and intervention. A thorough assessment seeks to diagnosis and classify; however, it's ultimate benefit is in breaking down a complex problem and providing manageable and effective intervention plans. I view psychotherapy as a collaborative process of discovery and change between client and therapist. Its goals are relief from distress of course, though also an increased capacity to engage fully in one's life. I would be pleased to meet with you for a consultation, so that we may discuss your or your child's situation and have you receive a more detailed sense of my approach.
Parenting
(734) 719-1464
Plymouth, Michigan 48170
Melissa N Andersen, Psychologist  in Plymouth
“As a pediatric psychologist, I provide assessment and treatment for a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues that affect children and their families, and I am specialized to treat difficulties experienced by children and adolescents with health and medical issues. The approach I take is practical, goal oriented, and evidence-based, incorporating parents and caregivers closely in this process to ensure the best outcomes. I often work with other health care providers, such as pediatricians and pediatric specialists, to make sure all aspects of the concerns are addressed.
Parenting
(800) 693-1916
Office is near:
Plymouth, Michigan 48170
Transformational Choices Holistic Therapy & Couns, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Plymouth
“Welcome! Transformational Choices is a community based professional service that provides a full range of life enhancing services, including mental health counseling for individuals, groups, families, children, and offers relationship, couples, and marriage therapies, life and wellness coaching and consultation, and organizational evaluation and consulting. We are committed to providing the best professional services by working with our clients and developing and implementing the most effective and customized life enhancing change plans, through the promotion of learning and personal growth.
Parenting
(734) 606-0713
Plymouth, Michigan 48170
Kate M Ferris, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Plymouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, CCTP
“I offer compassion, genuineness, and understanding in a safe environment. I listen to my clients and from my 16 years of experience, I offer real solutions. I specialize in PTSD, Anxiety, Depression, Child Abuse, Substance Abuse, Sexual Abuse and Neglect. I do my best to create a comfortable environment that allows the client to break barriers and gain access and insight to the root cause of their pain. I educate my clients on how to open up and explore their wounds without judgment or fear. As a result of your work, you gain the life you never believed was possible.
Parenting
(313) 346-5205
Plymouth, Michigan 48170
Betty Lorenz, Counselor  in Plymouth
“Are you worried that your marriage is ending? Are you constantly arguing with each other or not talking at all? Do you feel unloved and alone? Do you fear that it's too late to save your relationship or that there's no hope? It's not too late! There is hope. I can help you mend your relationship by teaching you how to communicate in gentle and loving ways. I can help you to heal old wounds and work toward forgiveness. You can learn how to reconnect with each other and feel closer and more intimate than ever before.
Parenting
(734) 720-9573
Plymouth, Michigan 48170
Marianne Winter-Long, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Plymouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LMSW, CCS-M, CAADC
“I believe whatever is bringing you into my office is not too big or too little for us to work on. Everyone handles life changes, loss, depression, anxiety, self esteem, and pain differently. In therapy we will partner to introduce new ways of coping and dealing with the stress that brought you in. I have over 16+ years of experience in the mental health and substance abuse field treating adults, children, and families. I believe therapy is a partnership. We will partner to attain the goals, wishes and desires that you want.
Parenting
(248) 504-0157
Plymouth, Michigan 48170
Heron Ridge Associates, PLC, Treatment Facility  in Plymouth
“Heron Ridge Associates, PLC are a group of out-patient mental health and substance abuse clinics in Ann Arbor/Clarkston/Plymouth/Bloomfield Hills offering private, confidential, professional counseling services wherein you and your family gain the valuable help and guidance needed to empower and improve your lives and relationships. Our staff of highly trained, experienced professionals work with you to create an individualized plan to address your unique needs. We strive to enhance the lives of those we work with to return balance and harmony in life. Our staff have many areas of specialty and you can feel confident, knowing they are licensed/credentialed in those areas, meeting the highest standards in our field. We are accredited by CARF and take most insurance plans. Please view our listing of specialties for the staff member perfect to work with you and your concerns.
Parenting
(248) 243-6646
Plymouth, Michigan 48170
Elliot S Rosen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Plymouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, LMFT, CAADC
“Every person who comes to my office is treated with respect, is valued and heard. We will work together using a supportive, yet inquiring approach to help you deal with your emotional concerns and identify your personal strengths. Individuals with relationship problems, depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues and/or substance abuse problems have benefitted from treatment provided. I have had success in helping older children, adolescents, and adults in individual or group therapy, couple or family therapy.
Parenting
(734) 961-4444
Plymouth, Michigan 48170
Tracy Dunbar - Transformational Choices, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Plymouth
“Welcome! Transformational Choices is a community based professional service that provides a full range of life enhancing services, including mental health counseling for individuals, groups, families, children, and offers relationship, couples, and marriage therapies, life and wellness coaching and consultation, and organizational evaluation and consulting. We are committed to providing the best professional services by working with our clients and developing and implementing the most effective and customized life enhancing change plans, through the promotion of learning and personal growth.
Parenting
(734) 344-5195
Plymouth, Michigan 48170
Tyler Pollack, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Plymouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW
“I am a Clinical Social Worker that trained at the University of Michigan. I work with individuals, couples and families. I utilize cognitive behavioral and psychodynamic modalities in a client centered approach to facilitate change. I help people gain insight about their issues and facilitate behavioral, cognitive and emotional change. I believe that understanding the relationship between our thoughts and feelings is the key to changing our behavior. I consider the first two sessions an opportunity to gain insight into your issues as well as a chance for you to get to know me.
Parenting
(734) 796-2697
Plymouth, Michigan 48170
Jeanne M Duax Jakob, Psychologist  in Plymouth
“We all have our comfort zones. Sometimes we need to step out of our comfort zone to grow into the person we are truly meant to be. If you find yourself or your child holding back in life due to anxiety, worry, low self-esteem, trauma, depression, loss or relationship difficulties, I can help. I'm board certified in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and integrate this approach with mindfulness-based, interpersonal, narrative, and supportive strategies to help clients find new ways to meet life's challenges.
Parenting
(248) 919-8229
Plymouth, Michigan 48170
Sharon Garant, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Plymouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, BCD
“Beginning a trusting and professional relationship between you and your therapist is the first step in achieving an understanding of self and your interactions with others. Through communication, education and insight, clients have the ability to release anxiety, anger and other emotions. Sharon Garant has been a devoted therapist to adults, aged 18 to 96, for over 15 years. She specializes in relationships, increasing self confidence and self awareness, resolving feelings of anxiety and depression and enhancing emotional growth and joy.
Parenting
(586) 838-2525
Plymouth, Michigan 48170
Steven J. Ceresnie, Psychologist  in Plymouth
“In a confidential, safe, and private setting, we focus on your present predicaments and stress, your family history, and the course of your problems to map effective treatments. Psychological therapy helps you begin to acknowledge and understand the sources of your emotional distress, enhance your coping strategies, and recognize the breadth of your strengths. With increased knowledge and emotional learning, you not only put your life into a more coherent perspective, but you also learn to face life-predicaments with acceptance, flexibility, courage, tolerance, and the ability to take responsibility for your actions. I refer to physician colleagues for pharmacotherapy to treat biological vulnerabilities such as major depression, bipolar disorder, OCD, and ADHD. Pharmacotherapy is sometimes an important component of effective psychological therapy.
Parenting
(734) 992-5528
Plymouth, Michigan 48170
Jacquelyn Tobey, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Plymouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited Licensed Psychologist, LLP
“My general philosophy is that peace and happiness come from balance. We all go through times when our lives are out of balance, growth is stagnated, or our resources for coping with challenges are overburdened; or the imbalance may come from a chronic condition. By providing an environment of mutual trust, openness, and honesty, clients feel safe to be actively engaged in the planning and process of establishing balance in their lives.
Parenting
(734) 606-0418
Plymouth, Michigan 48170
Inspired By Me Psychological Wellness, Psychologist  in Plymouth
“I have been working with individuals with mood disorders for the past 14 years. Besides clinical work, I've worked as a school psychologist in an emotionally impaired day treatment program and I've seen the frustration from parents and children/adolescents when depression and anxiety haunt them and they've rode the medication roller coaster far too long. Truth is, mental health treatment is limited in Michigan. I will bend over backwards to help a patient in need, whether it's a phone call or a letter or calling in a personal resource. I will work to help heal.
Parenting
(586) 554-2964
Plymouth, Michigan 48170
Katherine Kuciemba, Counselor  in Plymouth
“I approach each client with compassion, warmth and understanding. Our journey is a collaborative effort to seek enlightenment. Struggling is part of human life and with my knowledge and experience we will uncover strengths, weaknesses and your personal truth to enable significant relief, inner peace, self- discovery and growth. I have worked with adults, young adults, children, couples and groups. Currently, I offer a Women's support Group for those coping with a divorce or loss of a significant relationship. I also offer an affordable sliding fee scale, please don't hesitate to inquire.
Parenting
(248) 213-7859
Plymouth, Michigan 48170
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW, CAADC
“I have over 20 years of experience successfully assisting my clients in overcoming internal and external stressors and dysfunction that prevent their overall well-being. These stressors can be situational or life-long struggles, and experienced in interpersonal relationships, in work settings, as mood and or/anxiety disorders, or manifested in issues of self-esteem and self-confidence. I work most often from cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, and insight-oriented approaches, understanding that every client is wonderfully unique and will respond differently to a variety of eclectic methodologies. We work together to determine the optimal approach to treatment.
Parenting
(734) 259-3575
Plymouth, Michigan 48170
Matthew Knudsvig, Counselor  in Plymouth
“Hello, I do not have openings for new clients at this time. I'm licensed through the State of Michigan. I specialize in working with adults in the areas of anxiety, depression, relationships OCD, stress-management, healthy communication, substance abuse, recovery from trauma, school-difficulties, self-esteem, vocational problems, divorce and grief. I have degrees in the areas of Social Work, Psychology and Mental Health Counseling and enjoy working with people of many ages and all backgrounds. I began my career as a School Social Worker, and have also worked in the areas of substance abuse, corrections, crisis-counseling, family advocacy, and brain-injury rehabilitation.
Parenting
(734) 403-4849
Plymouth, Michigan 48170
Patricia A Danks, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Plymouth
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, PhD
“I am an interactive therapist with 30+ years experience working with individuals, couples, & families. I have assisted many people through traumatic experiences, life transitions, and chronic situations. My experience with marriages, relationships and family issues have prepared me to face challenges that may be devastating for you to face alone. Whether you are grieving the death of a loved one, struggling in a relationship, facing divorce, need guidance in parenting, or fear for someone you love, I can be of help. Family and couple counseling with me can be successful in as few as six 50-minute sessions.
Parenting
(734) 265-0947
Plymouth, Michigan 48170

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