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Therapists in Allegan County

Cheryl C Parente-Roggow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Plainwell
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW, CAADC, SAP, ADS
“I provide a safe, compassionate and confidential setting for us to explore concerns. I approach therapy as a collaborative process with clients. I have had extensive experience working with adults with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, abandonment, mood disorders, marriage/relationship issues, communication, step families, sexuality issues, crisis work, grief and substance abuse. . Please don't hesitate to contact me.
(269) 338-0371 x11
Plainwell, Michigan 49080
Susan Weinger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Plainwell
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PhD, ACSW
“I am not taking new clients at this time. Learning more about yourself can often help you to get more out of life, solve personal problems, find direction, appreciate yourself and others, and reach more of your potential. As a counselor I don't provide answers but rather help you explore your own issue, problem, or tough situation, which can bring you more clarity, understanding, and options.
(269) 795-6300 x12
Plainwell, Michigan 49080
Abraham J Poston, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Plainwell
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, SPADA
“I provide a judgment-free space for you to move forward with life. Focus areas: Young men, Military/Law Enforcement (Male/Female), ADHD (child and adult) and Addictions. I can provide flexible options to meet your needs through counseling or coaching; including evening hours and secure video-conference --
(269) 409-5555 x14
Plainwell, Michigan 49080
S Keith Fuller, Counselor  in Plainwell
“Regardless of the size and scope of life's challenges, I believe that counseling can help restore clarity, direction, and energy. Simply put, my job is to function as your compass, and help guide you through these times. I believe that our counseling relationship will not only help identify your strengths and resources, but also help you to learn additional ways of thinking, behaving, and relating. I am committed to helping you explore your unique potentials, formulate goals, and work toward positive changes and meaningful solutions. I take seriously my responsibility-and the incredible opportunity-to help you navigate these challenges and achieve personal growth.
(269) 475-1496
Plainwell, Michigan 49080
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LMSW
“When things are especially stressful or overwhelming therapy can be a good resource. I am trained to assist as you make significant decisions or figure out how to proceed. Typically I help people with relationship or family matters, depression and anxiety, loss of a loved one, unexpected circumstances, and matters of personal growth or change.
(269) 202-4258
Glenn, Michigan 49416
Kim A Richardson, Counselor  in Douglas
“At the core of my practice lies a deep respect and humility for the role and influence a clinician can have on people's lives. Twenty years in private practice have taught me to be: attentive to your words, meanings and gestures; non-judgmental of your thoughts, feelings and stories; insightful and hard working in each session. I am compassionate, kind and deeply respectful of your healing process. Over the years clients have commented on my calmness, acceptance and ability to provide a safe space within which to be vulnerable and courageous. As a psychodynamic therapist, I use the therapeutic relationship to forward your transformation.
(312) 300-6563
Douglas, Michigan 49406
Lindsey D Baumann, Counselor  in Allegan
“I have received the Master of Arts in Counseling: Art Therapy degree through the Adler School of Professional Psychology. The degree is a dual degree in counseling psychology with specialization in art therapy allowing for a great deal of versatility in working with clients and providing a broad range of services. I have received the limited license professional counselor (LLPC) credential and will be working towards registered art therapy license (ATR) as well.
(872) 395-6145
Allegan, Michigan 49010
Ulla Frederiksen, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Fennville
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited Licensed Psychologist, MA, LLP
“I have a private practice with two locations, one is on a horse farm in rural SW MIchigan, the other in Kalamazoo, MI. My two dogs come with me to work. Being a HIghly Sensitive Person myself, I benefit greatly from being around animals and spending time in nature and I really enjoy counseling other Highly Sensitive People. Being highly sensitive can be a great asset in life, yet the trait can also mean we get easily overwhelmed, anxious, traumatized and depressed. I can support you in making your sensitivities an asset and help you thrive.
(269) 466-5984
Fennville, Michigan 49408
Kate Romey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saugatuck
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MEd
“You may be able to "go it alone", but the good news is, you don't have to. Kate Romey helps adults, children and adolescents manage current challenges and cope with past experiences to create a more hopeful and fulfilling future. Whether you are facing a specific problem or can't quite put your finger on it, exploring your concerns in the safety of a therapeutic relationship can truly help.
(312) 800-1567
Saugatuck, Michigan 49453
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited Licensed Psychologist, MA, LLP, CAADC
“I believe in treating the whole person through a cognitive behavioral approach. We can work together to change thinking and behavior. Each person is unique, and should be treated in individualized ways. Whether you're struggling to overcome an addiction or just feeling a bit down, addressing the issues can help you live a happy life. I work with all who are affected by addiction. I have experience treating mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and other mental health concerns that often present along with an addiction.
(616) 214-3360
Allegan, Michigan 49010
Lisa K Largo-Marsh, Psychologist  in Plainwell
“A therapist must be a good listener. A large part of therapy is "telling one's story" and in the process discovering oneself. I view my role as supporting and guiding this process of growth and self discovery. This may involve exploring patterns from the past or the present. It may helpful to learn new skills (communicating, coping with stress, relaxing or parenting). In addition to psychotherapy, I am working with the elderly and those with chronic illnesses. I have a special interest in the use of journaling for personal growth and creativity.
(269) 993-3911
Plainwell, Michigan 49080
Mark Smaller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Douglas
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD
“As a psychoanalyst with almost 40 years of experience working with adults, adolescents, and children, individuals often to come see me when they have reached the limit of how families, parents, friends, teachers, and colleagues can help. People with whom I have worked have taught me the value of how being understood and responded to regarding their interpersonal concerns, conflicts, and crises, can help them move forward in their lives. Just as with chronic physical pain, no one deserves to live with chronic emotional pain. Therapy, as I practice it, is based upon a collaborative effort to alleviate such pain.
(312) 548-1276
Douglas, Michigan 49406
Stephanie Kitchen, Counselor  in Saugatuck
“I work with people to find balance, reduce stress, feel stronger, more confident and centered. Together, we will work to identify patterns of thinking and behaving that are no longer useful, and may be getting in the way of the changes you want to make. With support, in a confidential setting, you can begin to improve your relationship with yourself, and with others. I work with couples in a similar way, identifying and changing patterns of thinking, communicating and relating so that you can improve communication, get more support, and feel more connected.
(616) 371-2216
Office is near:
Saugatuck, Michigan 49453
Diane Wiersma, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Saugatuck
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW
“I work with clients who are wanting to understand themselves more fully, figure out what may be holding them back from the life they've imagined for themselves, uncover what is beneath troubling behaviors, and/or find ways of being and relating that feel healthier and more fulfilling. Some clients come in speaking of feeling discouraged, restless, worried, unfulfilled, or unhappy within themselves and/or their relationships; others come in with just a vague sense that life could feel much better.
(616) 796-6635
Office is near:
Saugatuck, Michigan 49453
Jacquelyn Lee Lee, Counselor  in Wayland
“Are you looking for a counselor who will accept you just as you are, make you feel safe, and help you to rediscover hope? I will walk beside you while you learn to experience more self-compassion, live more contentedly, and enjoy a more abundant life. Since 1995, I have worked with teens and adults experiencing troubling issues such as depression, anxiety, hopelessness, various types of relationship problems, confusion, low self-esteem, marital challenges, parenting difficulties, substance abuse, school-related problems, and spiritual dilemmas.
(616) 918-6004
Office is near:
Wayland, Michigan 49348
Stacey Davis, Counselor  in Plainwell
“I believe that therapy is a journey- a choice to make a purposeful life change. Therapy is a process and what you bring into it is important. Together we will develop a plan to meet your needs. From the first session we will work to identify treatment goals that directly relate to what brings you into therapy.Your willingness to change, to have regular and timely attendance, and to bring openness and trust into our time together is valuable. I have worked with families, children and couples in many different settings including residential, in-home, and out-patient
(269) 924-0480
Office is near:
Plainwell, Michigan 49080
“Most clients would describe my practice style as honest, optimistic and no-nonsense. As a cognitive behavioral therapist, I work predominantly within a short-term therapy format. Another way of describing this is to say that I work with clients to change their thinking and behavior in problem situations.
(616) 528-0979
Office is near:
Hamilton, Michigan 49419
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW
“In the years that I have been in practice people have come to me with a variety of issues. All courageously seeking change, relief or growth. I utilize a variety of therapeutic approaches, attempting to best fit the client's needs and personality. In all cases it is my hope that my client will attain greater peace in their life. "Peace: it does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work. It means to be in the midst of those things and still be calm in you heart." (author unknown)
(616) 951-4132
Office is near:
Allegan, Michigan 49010
Julie Meredith Davis, Psychologist  in Plainwell
“As I think about how change occurs for a person, I am struck by the recognition that life is full of opportunities for change, for individual growth. Sometimes these opportunities are not clear to the person because the trauma, personal or relational difficulty, fear, depression, or anxiety being experienced can be so overwhelming that one's ability to take action is clouded. In my work, I have become very mindful of the resiliency of the human spirit. I have witnessed this resiliency in times of trauma, pain, and loss. My goal is to provide you with a safe space to address your concerns.
(269) 496-1506
Office is near:
Plainwell, Michigan 49080
Laurie Scheid Rudolph, Counselor  in Otsego
“Everyone has experienced trauma: either "small-t trauma" such as grief/loss, verbal abuse/bullying, injuries/illnesses, or instability in the home or "large-T trauma" such as rape, assault, physical/sexual abuse, or debilitating injury/illness. As a result of trauma, some individuals experience disruptive memories and/or emotional distress from current situations. I assist clients in gaining insight on their situations as well as the development of specific skills and behaviors that will help to reduce emotional distress. I believe that every client has the ability to heal from trauma.
(269) 932-4973
Office is near:
Otsego, Michigan 49078

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Allegan County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Allegan County, Michigan, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.