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Therapists in Ann Arbor

George Watson, Jr, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“I have extensive experience in performing forensic psychological evaluations for criminal and civil courts in Michigan in my prior appointment at the Center for Forensic Psychiatry and independent practice. In addition to performing evaluations I can provide consultations for attorneys and individuals negotiating those systems
(734) 364-0955
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“I specialize in treating adolescents,adults and children with anxiety disorders, including OCD, social anxiety, phobia, panic and generalized anxiety. I also have expertise in working with clients on the autistic spectrum, particularly Asperger's and PDD NOS. Modalities include CBT, DBT and dynamic tools, combined with a strengths-based perspective. In addition, I enjoy working with clients dealing with life transition issues (divorce, career change, starting college, sexuality/gender). I welcome your inquiry, and look forward to speaking with you soon!
(734) 237-6888
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Marcy Plunkett, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“The goal of therapy is to understand yourself --- your hopes and goals, struggles, thought patterns, relationships --- in a nonjudgmental atmosphere. I draw on over 30 years' experience working with people of many backgrounds and stages of life in an individualized manner that integrates research-based mindfulness-based, relational psychodynamic, and cognitive concepts and tools. The field of psychotherapy is evolving rapidly, and choosing among therapies and therapists can be confusing. You need to feel safe and understood by the therapist in order to face difficult feelings and to establish new perspectives. Establishing that is my primary goal in the consultation.
(734) 506-6745
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Felix Paulick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, MBA
“I specialize in working with individuals and couples struggling with relationship issues, depression, anxiety, and addiction. My areas of expertise include Imago Relationship Therapy, men's issues, sexual issues, postpartum depression in women and men, parenting issues, and treating childhood trauma. I believe that life is meant to be shared with other people and that our relationships also present us with our greatest challenges in life. As you embark on your journey of self-discovery, I would like to offer my services as a guide on your journey. I look forward to receiving your call or e-mail and hearing your story.
(734) 335-1473
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Juvaria Javaid, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
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Limited Licensed Psychologist, MS, LLP
“Are you struggling with your child's behavior? Is conflict in relationship leaving you feeling unheard and undervalued? Maybe you have lost hope for what the future holds, feel consumed with worry, or can't motivate yourself or your child to participate in life. If you struggle in your relationships, need support with your child, or need help managing your mood, I can help. Some of my clients come to see me because they feel overwhelmed with the demands of life, relationships, and family. Counseling is an effective way to get the support and skills you need to last a lifetime.
(734) 984-4845
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Jane York Bornstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
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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
Scott J Weissman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW
“My approach is caring, collaborative, and practical, helping clients clearly articulate goals and then work to acommplish them. I have a strong belief in everyone's innate capacity for growth and healing and my intention is always to help people access and draw wisdom from this inner capacity. In addition to working with individuals in this way, I also have training in family/couples therapy, and work extensively with children, adolescents, couples, and families. I am a Lecturer at the University of Michigan School of Social work and teach courses in Family/Couples Therapy, Adolescent Development and Mental Health.
(734) 265-0957
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“At some time or another in life, everyone feels stuck, unable to overcome some problem despite his or her best efforts. Talking therapy can be invaluable in helping one gain new perspectives on oneself . By helping clients see themselves in new, broader, more realistic and more accepting ways, I help them gain the emotional and psychological energy and understanding to make needed changes. I believe I am most helpful to people by listening carefully to what they are saying and by helping them put into words what seems hard to say or even to understand right now.
(734) 635-9365
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Michele L Rivette, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW, BCD
“"I saw the angel in the marble and chisled until I set him free." (Michelangelo). I see psychotherapy as being like this-most people have it within them to know what they need or want, but something has kept them from feeling free to live life to the fullest. Most people come to see me when they are feeling that important parts of their lives (love, work or play) feel disappointing or "stuck." The "chisling" in therapy is you and I together discovering what is holding you back and identifying so many more choices than it may feel that you have now.
(734) 385-4985
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Valerie Taylor, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Ann Arbor
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Though often painful, problems have a way of providing us with an opportunity for growth. We may wonder why we canít find a partner, why our work feels so unsatisfying, why we compulsively seek the comfort of alcohol or food, or why our lives feel so meaningless. We may feel tired of replaying the past. Or we may simply feel overwhelmed living in a disconnected society where many people are marginalized. I specialize in eating/body image issues, pregnancy and post-partum concerns, relationships, parenting, life transitions, grief & loss, depression & anxiety, and identity struggles (gender, class, sexuality, ethnicity).
(734) 648-4707
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Mary Anne Beltzman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LMSW
“Individuals enter into the therapeutic process for a number of reasons. More often than not, they are encountering difficult personal challenges that have left them anxious and uncomfortable. The therapeutic journey is often one of self discovery and personal growth. The role of the therapist is to provide a "safe harbor" where the work can unfold. I work with individuals to support an emotional understanding of their relationship to their personal circumstances. The most difficult challenge is the challenge of beginning the therapeutic journey. Once on the path, real change can occur resulting in a more fulfilling and enriched life.
(734) 329-5421
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48108
Ralph P Keith, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“I believe that most behavioral/ emotional problems have a common origin which is the failure to express true emotions and feelings. Individuals learn early on that which is acceptable and that which is not. As we push away feelings, and deny parts of who we are, these feelings don't simply disappear; instead, they remain hidden, and continue to influence behavior in unpredictable and negative ways. Because of this commonality in most problems, I welcome people who have problems with anxiety, depression,eating disorders, relationship problems, sexual concerns,and addictive behaviors.
(734) 494-2523
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Erin Krajcik PLLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
“Life can feel chaotic. I seek to create a non-judgmental space where you may find clarity and grounding and the skills we all need to be our best selves. Whether you are struggling with life circumstances, depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties or substance use, I hope to collaborate with you as you seek contentment and meaning. I work with adults, students, adolescents as well as couples. Please contact me to start the process.
(734) 256-5618
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
“I focus on analysis of how problems developed and have been maintained and setting goals to achieve a healthy change. I reeducate clients about how behaviors and emotions develop and how they affect relationships with others and self. This information provides the client with the ability to be in a better position to improve mood and avoid future problems. I work with a diversity of problems and populations including parenting, child behavior disorders, autism, marital discord, job finding skills, fears and nervous habits, stress, depression, assertiveness training, panic disorder, phobias, social skills deficit, emotional and behavioral problems, and learned behavior.
(734) 720-8574
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Jennifer Heckendorn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“My practice is focused on the needs of aging individuals and the family members/friends who provide care and support for them. Life transitions, grief and loss associated with changes in physical and mental health are issues that I specialize in as well as depression and anxiety in adults of all ages. I am a solution focused therapist who uses cognitive behavioral techniques to help alleviate negative thought patterns and behaviors that exacerbate depression and anxiety.
(734) 992-5735
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Dawn Blashak, Counselor  in Ann Arbor
“Life can be difficult at times. Everyone has issues that need to be addressed in order to live life to the fullest. Who wouldn't want to reduce pain or problems and move towards solutions and comfort? Working with people to achieve the life they envision is my passion. I provide practical and personalized therapy for individuals, couples, and families navigating the emotional aspects of life's challenges.
(248) 365-7667
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Louis Feurino, Psychiatrist  in Ann Arbor
“***PLEASE NOTE: MY PRACTICE IS CURRENTLY FULL.*** Great therapy goes beyond addressing specific symptoms. It offers freedom to find happiness and satisfaction from life. Through self-understanding, our past need not dictate the future. I specialize in using insight oriented therapy to help people become more adaptable, flexible, and effective in their lives, while helping to reduce depression, anxiety, loneliness, interpersonal difficulties, and self-defeating attitudes and behaviors. With courage and time, the people I work with learn to be kinder towards themselves, more connected with others, and less troubled by the challenges of life.
(313) 486-9713
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48108
Suzi Naguib, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“Suzi Naguib is the director of Sunfield Center. Dr. Naguib founded the center in August of 2011 to provide state-of-the-art evaluations and treatment for families and training for students and professionals. Dr. Naguibís professional experience has focused on evidence-based evaluations and treatments. Prior to starting Sunfield Center, she worked as a staff psychologist at the University of Michigan Autism and Communication Disorders Center (UMACC) and at the New York University Child Study Center (NYU-CSC).
(734) 222-9277
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Quyen Epstein-ngo, Psychologist  in Ann Arbor
“When clients walks through my door, I start with the assumption that everyone is doing their best. There is always a reason why we act or respond in the ways that we do, and no one knows your life better than you do. I am there with you to help support, guide, and suggest alternatives. I draw on my experiences, my formal education, and my research to help you find new ways to cope, improve relationships, face challenges, and strive towards your goals. Confidential, compassionate, and empathic relationships are paramount to good therapeutic work. I work hard to establish this when collaborating with clients.
(734) 447-3717
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Mary Ellen Rievert, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ann Arbor
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LMSW, ACSW
“Depression, anxiety and addictions are issues faced in today's society that make it difficult to feel happy and content with life. I am a psychotherapist with over 15 years experience helping individuals overcome and manage low self esteem, difficult life transitions, career change, stress, addictions, anger problems, grief and loss, chronic illness, women's issues, self harming behaviors and difficult adjustments to high school, college life, marriage, raising kids, the empty nest, retirement, and aging. I work with people of all ages and backgrounds. My client's state they feel safe and comfortable in our work together,
(734) 219-6765
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
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