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Therapists in Ann Arbor

Madelyn Satz, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“Therapy doesn't have to be long, painful, heavy or difficult. Or, for that matter, complicated. The key lies in our thinking. Our thoughts create how we feel, how we feel impacts what we do. When we change our thoughts, we change our feelings and our actions. We change how we react to and handle life. Changes in our thinking create far-reaching transformation in our lives. We will figure out together what your automatic, habitual thoughts are and what would be more skillful, representative and beneficial thoughts and actions. These discoveries are enlightening, fun and fascinating.
(734) 219-3779
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Sandra Loyer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW, BCD
“When the problems of our daily life become overwhelming, individuals can begin to feel depressed, anxious, stressed and generally unhappy. It is at times like these that a therapist can help you feel better and provide you with the tools to get back on track. I primarily employ cognitive behavioral therapy as I believe it is effective for many types of individuals and issues. However I am open to and trained in other types of psychotherapy. Therapy should be a collaborative process and my goal is to help you function in your daily life with confidence.
(734) 619-6394
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Bruce H Thomson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, MSW
“I will work with you to bring balance and energy to your daily life. Using a mindfulness-based approach we can look at addictions, relationships with partners, children, families and friends, marriage and divorce, sexuality, adolescence, work, and personal growth. You deserve to achieve success and joy in your daily living. Finding that balance between work, play, partner, and family is the goal we all are striving to achieve. With my wife and co-therapist Linda, I have devoted a portion of my practice to addiction and recovery issues including Interventions and Sober Coaching.
(734) 265-0995
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Rachelle Johnson Maiga, Psychiatric Nurse  in Ann Arbor
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Psychiatric Nurse, MSN, MPH, PMHNPBC
“I am Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner who works with children, adolescents and adults in need of psychiatric evaluations, medication management, and supportive therapies. For families searching for psychiatric mental health care for their children and adolescents with affective mood, anxiety, behavioral, depression, eating and elimination issues, etc., please note that psychotropic medications (including stimulants) do not have to be the first and only tool you reach for. You would choose me as a clinician, if you and your family understand that there is no "magic pill" and that mental health is labor intensive but infinitely worth it!
(734) 217-4679
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Barbara J. LaHood, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“Barbara J. LaHood, Ph.D.,has been in practice for over 20 years. A former Faculty member of the Schools of Medicine at the University of Rochester in Rochester, N.Y. and The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Dr. LaHood's practice includes a range of acute and chronic medical diagnoses. Dr. LaHood is trained in a variety of modalities and provides an approach best suited to an individual's circumstances. Her area of expertise includes Mood Disorders, Anxiety,Depression, Relationship Issues,Loss and Grief. Additionally, Dr. LaHood consults to organizations and businesses regarding management, personnel and conflict resolution issues.
(734) 506-6704
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Alice Brown Gagnon, Counselor  in Ann Arbor
“My counseling style is respectful and compassionate. Together we will create a safe place to share your concerns, understand the issues and choose the best and most comfortable method of treatment for your individual needs. I specialize in the treatment of depression, anxiety, grief, sexual abuse, self-esteem, emotional eating/weight loss and couples counseling. I have helped hundreds of people to achieve their counseling goals and experience freedom, peace and happiness.
(734) 238-3690
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW
“I believe that an effective therapy relationship is one in which you feel heard, respected and accepted as you are. From this place transformation and growth can occur.
(734) 265-0945
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Joy D Mutinda, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“I believe it is my job as a therapist to empower my clients to find their own path and truth as they understand it. In terms of theoretical orientation I would describe myself as integrative with a strong emphasis on multicultural feminist theories. How this translates into therapy is most evident in my emphasis on a collaborative approach and a goal of empowering my clients. At the same time I am engaged in continuous consideration of how multiple oppressions (sexism, racism, heterosexism, classism) in the current societal and historical context may be contributing to distress.
(734) 606-0235
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Alice Michael, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“Hello! Several years ago, when Fred Rodgers (Mr Rodgers of the children's TV program) died, I heard a radio show put together to honor him. In it, among his bits of wisdom about how children grow and what they need, he said that "what is mentionable is manageable." Although Mr Rodgers was not a therapist, per se, and I don't think that I am especially Mr Rodgers-like in most ways (no singing, no shoe changing and not many cardigans), I think that these words are a useful shorthand for what is helpful about therapy.
(734) 385-4983
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Rebekah Montgomery-Monroe, Counselor  in Ann Arbor
“I have over 15 years experience working with individuals, families and couples. In addition to a MA in Counseling, I also have a BA in Family Life Education. I am a trained life skills educator as well as trained in crisis intervention for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. I am also a trained facilitator for parenting skills and have 5 years experience in Family Preservation.
(734) 396-0319
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Laura Carter Robinson, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“My goal in psychotherapy is to help individuals age 18 and older in understanding the things that are troubling you so that you can experience change and relief from your symptoms. The approach I use is contemporary psychoanalytic psychotherapy, which focuses on how you relate to others in your life, how you have developed as a person, and how your symptoms are playing a role in your life. The end result of contemporary psychoanalytic therapy can be not only a change in your symptoms but also a deeper self-awareness and a greater satisfaction in many areas of your life.
(734) 469-3336
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Jacki Dilley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“Specializing in mindfulness-based therapy, I have helped individuals and couples for over 20 years. Kind and non-judgmental attention to your internal landscape helps resolve relationship problems, anxiety, depression -- the list is endless. Listening closely to whatever is happening in the moment lets you see your problem more clearly and access your inner resources for healing and change.
(734) 956-0956
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
“There is no ideal client. I'm best suited to deal with people where they're at with an open mind, an open heart, and much experience in life.
(734) 403-3848
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
TheraBee: Therapy and Doula Services, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“I am presently offering therapy, as well as education, preparation, and skill development during major life transitions such as childbearing/birth, death, and everything in between (life!). I have a nonjudgmental, secular, and accepting approach to all clients, and I am very comfortable working with those marginalized for reasons around their sexuality (i.e. LGBTQ and Alternative folks). Therapy interventions I offer include solution focused techniques, mindfulness, acceptance based practice, as well as traditional psychotherapy. The doula services I provide focus on non-chemical pain relief, and strong emotional support of the transitioning family.
(586) 789-9748
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
“Therese Cirner has been in private practice for 18 years working with marriages, families, children and individuals. She specializes in relationships, mood disorders of anxiety and depression, life transitions and assisting clients in coping with complex life issues, including trauma recovery and the unique challenges of sorting through childhood relationships. Mrs. Cirner's counseling practice integrates the physical, emotional, cognitive and spiritual aspects of a person. As a science, psychology gives us significant insights into some of the behavioral and biochemical aspects of human life. At the same time, the human person is more than these
(734) 607-1903
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105
Jane York Bornstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW
“I have a general psychotherapy practice in downtown Ann Arbor with sub-specialties in the following areas: Treatment of child, marital and family problems including work with gay and lesbian families. Psychiatric Disorders, alone or in conjunction with psychotropic medication. Treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder including work with first responders, children dealing with medical trauma, civilian and military combat veterans, and victims of assault. Adoption related adjustment issues including transracial families.
(734) 799-0452
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Julia E. Davies, PhD, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“I hold degrees from Harvard University, McGill University, and Adelphi University. I will work with you in a highly attuned, caring, and deeply respectful way. I have helped many people overcome painful anxiety, shame, depression, relationship difficulties, job stress, loss, and the challenges of creating a truly meaningful life. I bring to my work an effective blend of empathy and extensive professional training. I enjoy working with people of different cultural backgrounds and lifestyles. I also work with couples, in both traditional and non-traditional relationships.
(734) 335-1054
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Sherri Lynn Newpol, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“The most challenging step in seeking help is making the first appointment, and I understand it might be anxiety provoking. I provide individual (adolescent, adult, geriatric) and couples' therapy utilizing cognitive-behavioral theories within a solution-focused framework. This allows for some relief to happen quickly for depression, anxiety, panic, grief, PTSD, phobias, ADHD, obsessive-compulsive disorder, care giver stress, career counseling, eating disorders in adult women, substance abuse, trichotillomania, infertility, GLBT issues, and neuropsychological (head injury, dementias, amnesia). Why wait? I return calls in 2 hours during the day. I bill your insurance directly for therapy services.
(734) 550-4971
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Sacha Feirstein, LMSW, ACSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
“I provide a safe, supportive, non-judgmental environment for you to explore personal issues, dilemmas, and concerns in a professional setting. I utilize a highly empathic approach, always keeping in mind your comfort level & sense of security. I believe that psychotherapy can be deeply transformative and healing. I provide you the opportunity to embark upon a process of personal growth and development in an atmosphere of compassion and support. Therapy can be used to address problems as well as existential concerns, dreams, fears, and life transitions. I work with people of all races, cultures, religions, sexual orientations, and gender identities.
(734) 237-6801
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Katherine G Kusner, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“"When we are no longer able to change a situation - we are challenged to change ourselves." ~ Viktor E. Frankl ~ Life is full of twists and turns, and challenges arise for us all. Sometimes we need strength and courage to change a situation, and other times to change ourselves, or how we relate to the situation. As a licensed clinical psychologist, I seek to provide a safe, collaborative, and supportive atmosphere for us to explore and address you and/or your partner's/family's concerns.
(734) 726-7610
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
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