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Therapists in Shelby Township

Karin Palombella, Counselor  in Shelby Township
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor as well as a National Certified Counselor with 13 years post graduate experience. I have worked in both in-patient and out-patient settings with Adolescents, Adults, Couples and Families. I use a cognitive behavioral approach and focus on the person as an individual with very specific needs.
(586) 690-4812
Shelby Township, Michigan 48316
Deb Toering, Counselor  in Shelby Township
“Hope, healing, wholeness. This is what we all want. But instead we sometimes feel despair, broken, and alone. We long to feel loved and understood. But often that doesn't happen. Something has gone wrong. Life is not what we had hoped. We are not who we want to be. Are you troubled by guilt, destructive behavior (like cutting), discouragement or depression? Or perhaps it's marital problems, being a single adult, or adolescent issues. Maybe you struggle with a constant feeling of failure, the pain of sexual abuse, or the memory of bullying. There is help-and hope.
(586) 623-4440 x3
Shelby Township, Michigan 48317
Michael Butkus, Psychologist  in Shelby Township
“I am very aware of how uncomfortable anxiety, worry, sadness and depression can make you feel. I am one of those who can help. I have over 20 years experience helping people feel better and feel better quicker. I have an additional expertise in the treatment of mild to moderate forms of OCD (ie, OCD that can be effectively handled in weekly therapy; more severe forms of OCD require a different practice than I conduct). If you are like me, willing to work hard and put in the time, then together we can improve your life.
(586) 799-3234
Shelby Township, Michigan 48315
Mary R Johnson, Counselor  in Shelby Township
“I am a devoted counselor experienced in working with a diverse clientele and presenting issues including, but not limited to: general mental health, anxiety, depression, marital troubles, academic related stress, self esteem, grief and loss, blended family issues, self-exploration, post partum depression and Bipolar Disorder. I am committed to helping individuals develop and facilitate changes in their lives.
(248) 255-4449
Shelby Township, Michigan 48316
United Psychological Services, Treatment Facility  in Shelby Township
“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 www.unitedpsychologicalservices.com 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
Shelby Township, Michigan 48317
Annette M Shimkus, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Shelby Township
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, CAADC
“My background has been in the Social Work field for over 30 years with experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings. I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral concerns utilizing a strength based focus on change and growth. My goal is to provide a personalized approach within a supportive and comfortable setting to encourage each individual to achieve their maximum potential.
(248) 257-5676
Shelby Township, Michigan 48315
Gwendolyn Brimble, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Shelby Township
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited Licensed Psychologist, MS, MA, LLP
“Using a variety of techniques as distinctive as the client themselves, I seek to provide an environment focusing on the client's unique experiences. My goal is to explore ideas, feelings, and provide realistic feedback. The idea in therapy, is to not stigmatize the client, but to empathize and attempt to create personal growth through understanding.
(248) 327-3524
Shelby Township, Michigan 48317
Gabriela Ahlstrom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Shelby Township
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW
“I have found that inspite of challenging times during a person's life, their inner strength and ability to heal always prevails. Since 1996, I have been helping people obtain mood stability, challenge distorted thoughts, and overcome maladaptive behaviors to create happier lives. In the past 10 years I have narrowed my practice to specialize in the Treatment of Anxiety. 1 in 8 people suffer with anxiety. It affects children, adolescents, adults and the elderly. If left untreated the symptoms only worsen over time. Please refer to my website to learn more about how anxiety manifests itself across all stages of human development.
(586) 789-9892
Shelby Township, Michigan 48316
Tonya Ratliff, Counselor  in Shelby Township
“In this increasingly complex world in which we live, taking responsibility for our thoughts, actions, and interactions with others can be challenging. The ability to understand and "own" our choices can reveal the possibilities for making necessary and desired changes in our lives. I can help you understand and recognize those choices. I use primarily a cognitive-behavioral approach to therapy while also assessing family dynamics and developmental factors that influence individual life experiences. Working together, we can set goals, develop strategies for changing negative thought patterns, and implement new behavioral skills, all within a Christian faith-based context.
(586) 580-9439 x1
Shelby Township, Michigan 48317
Natalie Rea, Psychologist  in Shelby Township
“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
Shelby Township, Michigan 48316
Trinity Family Counseling Center, Counselor  in Shelby Township
“I am compassionate and empathetic to all my clients. I believe that every person has value and worth. Every client and family is unique and deserves to receive the kind of care and treatment that provides them a high sense of well-being, high regard and most importantly hope for their future. Through my own personal experiences, knowledge, wisdom and education I provide caring, nonjudgemental and confidential environment where you can grow, experience healing and gain hope.
(586) 270-5190
Shelby Township, Michigan 48317
Renee' Cannon, Counselor  in Shelby Township
“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
Shelby Township, Michigan 48316
Ted Kasper, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Shelby Township
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LMSW
“HOPE for positive change...and action steps to facilitate that change is what I will give you and assist you in achieving! I am a Licensed Master of Social Work with study in Psychology & Early Childhood Education. I have a long history of partnering successfully with children, teens, adults, families of all ages and sizes, and couples. My philosophy is to listen and use tools that will assist the individual in mastering challenges/issues to healthy functioning in school, home, work. Everyone "stumbles" in life, what matters is how we "get back up".
(586) 276-7849
Shelby Township, Michigan 48317
Tonya Helmkamp, Counselor  in Shelby Township
“Are you feeling anxious, sad? Trouble sleeping, concentrating? Feeling your relationship is not the best? Founded in 2009, Words of Wellness believes that "words have the power to heal." For over 15 years as a clinician and professor, I have witnessed the awakening that comes from talking through life in a safe place. It can be overwhelming to take life's challenges on. You don't want to enlist family and friends because they are not always objective, or you simply feel you can't possibly share all of your thoughts. You fear of worrying the ones you love.
(248) 946-8788
Shelby Township, Michigan 48315
Stoney Creek Recovery, Counselor  in Shelby Township
“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
Shelby Township, Michigan 48316
Bernice (Bernie) Komraus, Counselor  in Shelby Township
“Have you ever felt like life is flying out of control? Perhaps you are watching a loved one go through a rough time and just need to talk and process what is going on for you. Emotional situations such as loss, grief, life transitions, medical illness, emotional illness, job loss and stress can be overwhelming. Talking and working with another person can help. Choosing to begin therapy shows incredible inner strength and a desire to invest in YOU. Therapy can help you return to a stable, comfortable life, while protecting you in a safe, warm, compassionate and non- judgmental environment.
(586) 372-8924
Shelby Township, Michigan 48315
Karen A Teves-Frazier, Counselor  in Shelby Township
“If you are ready for change and desire to restore healing and balance please call today for your free 15 minute evaluation. http://www.LifeSourceTherapist.com Healing restoration begins through recognizing the problems and seeking an alternate journey through self-awareness and discovery.
(586) 649-3896
Shelby Township, Michigan 48315
Trish Anne Pich, Counselor  in Shelby Township
“I believe clients are their own expert, and that with my guidance they can explore and challenge their own deeply imbedded inner core beliefs, and re-engineer them. Learning and speaking the client's language is tantamount to helping someone move forward towards a positive change. Clients begin to understand themselves better, and this allows the transition. I also believe that fear is one of the most debilitating emotions that we can have. It stops us dead in our tracks. We need to attack the fear, but first understand its roots. I like to be known as my client's "life coach!"
(586) 697-2985
Shelby Township, Michigan 48315
Rachel Sullivan, Counselor  in Shelby Township
“Thrive. In this sacred life, you were not meant for the ordinary. You were not meant to just survive each day...you were meant to thrive. Allow yourself to be challenged and allow your life to be changed. You and I will take this journey together by focusing on what matters most to you. Let me walk beside you as you learn to live life to the fullest!
(586) 630-3480
Shelby Township, Michigan 48316
Tammy S Pretzer, Counselor  in Shelby Township
“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
Shelby Township, Michigan 48315

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