Psychologist, PhD
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"As you will note on www.julienagel.net, I work with performance anxiety but also with career decisions, life transitions, depression, general anxiety, and relationship issues. We live in complex times with many unknowns. Many people are finding it difficult to feel secure, self-confident, and productive in their jobs and in meaninful relationships. Anxiety and multiple stressors can interfere with your personal life and professional goals. I will empathetically assess your specific concerns and discuss effective treatment options that can both enhance self-esteem and help you to problem solve. With a background in music and psychology, I believe that music lessons have taught me life lessons. I appreciate the strengths you bring to understanding yourself better and your courage to reach out and make a phone call for assistance. I look forward to helping you discover your life lessons and to use them to unblock obstacles and enhance self-esteem . "
(734) 469-5138
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"As you will note on www.julienagel.net, I work with performance anxiety but also with career decisions, life transitions, depression, general anxiety, and relationship issues. We live in complex times with many unknowns. Many people are finding it difficult to feel secure, self-confident, and productive in their jobs and in meaninful relationships. Anxiety and multiple stressors can interfere with your personal life and professional goals. I will empathetically assess your specific concerns and discuss effective treatment options that can both enhance self-esteem and help you to problem solve. With a background in music and psychology, I believe that music lessons have taught me life lessons. I appreciate the strengths you bring to understanding yourself better and your courage to reach out and make a phone call for assistance. I look forward to helping you discover your life lessons and to use them to unblock obstacles and enhance self-esteem . "
Brody Mantha, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LLMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Courage is not the absence of fear, rather, it is acting despite the fear. I believe that reaching out and asking for help often takes courage, willingness and should be honored. My work is centered on creating an empathic, safe, creative and fun therapeutic space for children, teens and families. I currently use evidence-based practice to address a variety of concerns, including social anxiety, separation anxiety, depression, PTSD, and OCD. I believe in providing affirming, validating care while also challenging negative thinking and behaviors in order to change our emotions in creative and fun ways. "
(734) 418-6879 x22
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"Courage is not the absence of fear, rather, it is acting despite the fear. I believe that reaching out and asking for help often takes courage, willingness and should be honored. My work is centered on creating an empathic, safe, creative and fun therapeutic space for children, teens and families. I currently use evidence-based practice to address a variety of concerns, including social anxiety, separation anxiety, depression, PTSD, and OCD. I believe in providing affirming, validating care while also challenging negative thinking and behaviors in order to change our emotions in creative and fun ways. "
John A Macari, Limited Licensed Psychologist
Limited Licensed Psychologist, MS, LLP
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe the ultimate goal of counseling and psychological services is to assist clients in experiencing the freedom to think, feel and behave in the most healthy ways that effectively meet their underlying needs. We often focus on the “problem” which often is a mere symptom of the primary cause for our struggles. As the existentialists say, our most basic needs are for safety and security, belonging, loving and being loved, intimacy, acceptance and self-respect. Meeting those needs in an effective, life-giving way is the aim of therapy. "
(734) 418-6442 x16
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"I believe the ultimate goal of counseling and psychological services is to assist clients in experiencing the freedom to think, feel and behave in the most healthy ways that effectively meet their underlying needs. We often focus on the “problem” which often is a mere symptom of the primary cause for our struggles. As the existentialists say, our most basic needs are for safety and security, belonging, loving and being loved, intimacy, acceptance and self-respect. Meeting those needs in an effective, life-giving way is the aim of therapy. "
Merton A. Shill, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Been in therapy before but nothing changed? Disappointed with medication treatment? Want to understand yourself and your life? Struggling with depression, anxiety, school, PTSD, ADHD or relationship issues? I have helped many people who feel the way you do. I use evidence-based treatment to help you understand your concerns and get to the root causes of them. Recent research has shown that medication alone and therapies that focus only on behavior and not self-understanding and awareness cannot accomplish this. I can help you develop self-understanding so you can start making choices which enrich and uncomplicate your life."
(734) 219-6797
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"Been in therapy before but nothing changed? Disappointed with medication treatment? Want to understand yourself and your life? Struggling with depression, anxiety, school, PTSD, ADHD or relationship issues? I have helped many people who feel the way you do. I use evidence-based treatment to help you understand your concerns and get to the root causes of them. Recent research has shown that medication alone and therapies that focus only on behavior and not self-understanding and awareness cannot accomplish this. I can help you develop self-understanding so you can start making choices which enrich and uncomplicate your life."
Adrienne Pisoni, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in life transitions and helping people achieve goals in their personal and professional life. I especially enjoy helping people when they face major decisions and changes in life. Whether facing a crossroads in a relationship or choosing a career, I can help you define who you want to be and set you on a path toward achieving success. I also specialize in helping people with performance anxiety and performance achievement. Whether you're a student who dreads public speaking, an aspiring performing artist, or corporate manager, I can help you conquer roadblocks and provide tools to maximize performance."
(734) 447-3019
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"I specialize in life transitions and helping people achieve goals in their personal and professional life. I especially enjoy helping people when they face major decisions and changes in life. Whether facing a crossroads in a relationship or choosing a career, I can help you define who you want to be and set you on a path toward achieving success. I also specialize in helping people with performance anxiety and performance achievement. Whether you're a student who dreads public speaking, an aspiring performing artist, or corporate manager, I can help you conquer roadblocks and provide tools to maximize performance."
Melissa Butler, Limited Licensed Psychologist
Limited Licensed Psychologist, MS, LLP
Verified by Psychology Today
"We all do well getting ourselves to a certain point of success. Then life calls our attention to areas we need help and support navigating: creative blocks, life changes, relationship problems, painful emotional patterns, feelings of dissatisfaction, cycles of anxiety and depression. I work with dynamic, creative people who are ready to heal. As we get to know one another, we will build a relationship to support your healing of even long standing issues. I provide body based talk therapy in an compassionate, supportive, and non-judgmental environment using a wide array of methods. We can together build the environment for change."
(734) 636-2096
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"We all do well getting ourselves to a certain point of success. Then life calls our attention to areas we need help and support navigating: creative blocks, life changes, relationship problems, painful emotional patterns, feelings of dissatisfaction, cycles of anxiety and depression. I work with dynamic, creative people who are ready to heal. As we get to know one another, we will build a relationship to support your healing of even long standing issues. I provide body based talk therapy in an compassionate, supportive, and non-judgmental environment using a wide array of methods. We can together build the environment for change."
Kathleen Nelson, LMSW, ACSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW, GC-C
Verified by Psychology Today
"You don't know where happy went but it's been a long time since you've seen it. Every day seems like a struggle. I can help you find your path again. "Sometimes the smallest step in the right direction ends up being the biggest step of your life. Tip toe if you must, but take the step." Let's work together to find your area of difficulty and move forward with change. It can be done."
(734) 720-1792
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"You don't know where happy went but it's been a long time since you've seen it. Every day seems like a struggle. I can help you find your path again. "Sometimes the smallest step in the right direction ends up being the biggest step of your life. Tip toe if you must, but take the step." Let's work together to find your area of difficulty and move forward with change. It can be done."
Mika Handelman, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"**OPENINGS FOR ADHD ASSESSMENT ONLY** Life is hard! Pause for a moment and give yourself credit for taking the brave, difficult step of seeking therapy. You're respecting your struggles AND looking for constructive ways to address them. I draw from a range of approaches supported by research to meet your unique needs. I strive to provide a safe, warm, and supportive relationship and help you actualize a life that honors your individuality and is aligned with your values. If you struggle with self-criticism, feelings of inadequacy, or perfectionism, we may be a particularly good fit."
(734) 294-0550
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"**OPENINGS FOR ADHD ASSESSMENT ONLY** Life is hard! Pause for a moment and give yourself credit for taking the brave, difficult step of seeking therapy. You're respecting your struggles AND looking for constructive ways to address them. I draw from a range of approaches supported by research to meet your unique needs. I strive to provide a safe, warm, and supportive relationship and help you actualize a life that honors your individuality and is aligned with your values. If you struggle with self-criticism, feelings of inadequacy, or perfectionism, we may be a particularly good fit."
Kallie England, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, CYT
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you are living with chronic pain or illness, struggling with anxiety or depression, or questioning what it all means, it would be a privilege to walk part of your journey with you. I specialize in helping adults and adolescents thrive while living with chronic pain, severe headache or migraine, chronic or severe health problems, anxiety, depression, stress, or questions of a spiritual or existential nature."
(734) 375-1107
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"If you are living with chronic pain or illness, struggling with anxiety or depression, or questioning what it all means, it would be a privilege to walk part of your journey with you. I specialize in helping adults and adolescents thrive while living with chronic pain, severe headache or migraine, chronic or severe health problems, anxiety, depression, stress, or questions of a spiritual or existential nature."
Julia E. Davies, PhD, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I hold degrees from Harvard University, McGill University, and Adelphi University. I will work with you in an attuned, caring, and deeply respectful way. I help people overcome painful anxiety, shame, depression, relationship difficulties, loss, and the challenges of creating a thriving and meaningful life. My approach involves collaboration and emotional connection, allowing me to profoundly understand your personal experience. 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. "
(734) 335-1054
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"I hold degrees from Harvard University, McGill University, and Adelphi University. I will work with you in an attuned, caring, and deeply respectful way. I help people overcome painful anxiety, shame, depression, relationship difficulties, loss, and the challenges of creating a thriving and meaningful life. My approach involves collaboration and emotional connection, allowing me to profoundly understand your personal experience. 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. "
Jane York Bornstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"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
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"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."
Beth Chapman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"***PLEASE NOTE: I AM NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS AT THIS TIME.*** My approach to the therapeutic relationship is to establish a warm, collaborative, supportive, and useful relationship that helps the client meet their personal needs for emotional growth, functional relationships, and understanding their deep seated reactions to their environment. I deeply believe that all people have the capacity for growth and change; I strive to meet people where they are at, without judgement, to help overcome any barriers they are facing externally or internally."
(734) 402-8286
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"***PLEASE NOTE: I AM NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS AT THIS TIME.*** My approach to the therapeutic relationship is to establish a warm, collaborative, supportive, and useful relationship that helps the client meet their personal needs for emotional growth, functional relationships, and understanding their deep seated reactions to their environment. I deeply believe that all people have the capacity for growth and change; I strive to meet people where they are at, without judgement, to help overcome any barriers they are facing externally or internally."
Sarah Cissell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LLMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a coach and therapist, my approach centers around empowerment and the integral role relationships play in our lives. A self-identified life long learner, I pride myself on sharing information and relevant resources with clients. My work is both goal oriented and client directed. My therapeutic approach is attachment-based and utilizes an eclectic mix of modalities including interpersonal therapy, CBT, strengths-based, and trauma-focused therapy. Areas of interest include sexuality, relationships, depression, addiction, anxiety, transitions, and trauma."
(517) 236-8578
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"As a coach and therapist, my approach centers around empowerment and the integral role relationships play in our lives. A self-identified life long learner, I pride myself on sharing information and relevant resources with clients. My work is both goal oriented and client directed. My therapeutic approach is attachment-based and utilizes an eclectic mix of modalities including interpersonal therapy, CBT, strengths-based, and trauma-focused therapy. Areas of interest include sexuality, relationships, depression, addiction, anxiety, transitions, and trauma."
Karin Lutter Arizala, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Psychotherapy comes from the Latin for "soul healing," and I aim to support you as you heal your whole self: mind, body, and soul. We will build on your strengths and work as a team to help you gain the clarity you need to achieve your goals. Working from a multicultural framework, I am committed to empowerment, self-advocacy, and "meeting you where you're at" on your path to wellness. Humor is also important to me, and I hope we can find ways to laugh together as we navigate our messy, complex world."
(541) 526-7540
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"Psychotherapy comes from the Latin for "soul healing," and I aim to support you as you heal your whole self: mind, body, and soul. We will build on your strengths and work as a team to help you gain the clarity you need to achieve your goals. Working from a multicultural framework, I am committed to empowerment, self-advocacy, and "meeting you where you're at" on your path to wellness. Humor is also important to me, and I hope we can find ways to laugh together as we navigate our messy, complex world."
Karin Ahbel-Rappe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"It's hard being a person. We all struggle to some extent in fundamental areas of human life-- relationships, identity, work, depression, anxiety, destructive behaviors, the meaning of life itself. Satisying marriage/committed relationship are a specific challenge faced by many. I work in both individual and couples therapy. There are many ways to approach human problems, including: how family of origin influences personality; one's relationship to one's thoughts and feelings; self-defeating beliefs, both conscious and unconscious; self-defeating behavior. I value thoughtfulness and compassion, working together, and recognizing your goals and ideas."
(734) 430-0681
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"It's hard being a person. We all struggle to some extent in fundamental areas of human life-- relationships, identity, work, depression, anxiety, destructive behaviors, the meaning of life itself. Satisying marriage/committed relationship are a specific challenge faced by many. I work in both individual and couples therapy. There are many ways to approach human problems, including: how family of origin influences personality; one's relationship to one's thoughts and feelings; self-defeating beliefs, both conscious and unconscious; self-defeating behavior. I value thoughtfulness and compassion, working together, and recognizing your goals and ideas."
Lisa Gorman Ufer, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Relationships play an important role in our overall well-being. If you are sad, anxious, or overwhelmed by life, you might notice that your relationships are suffering as well. I am trained as a Couple and Family Therapist. I specialize in working with intimate relationships, life transitions, family problems, and personal growth. I work with individuals, couples, and families with a variety of concerns."
(734) 672-3734 x110
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"Relationships play an important role in our overall well-being. If you are sad, anxious, or overwhelmed by life, you might notice that your relationships are suffering as well. I am trained as a Couple and Family Therapist. I specialize in working with intimate relationships, life transitions, family problems, and personal growth. I work with individuals, couples, and families with a variety of concerns."
Naomi Avril, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LLPC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My intention is to create a safe space where you can tell and make sense of your personal story. I am here to help you wrestle with the hurdles that you face and to assist you in navigating your way to a place of healing. Grief occurs from many different types of loss, and all can be difficult to manage without support. Personal identity changes after loss occurs, and I am here to help you figure out what that means for you. We can work to implement positive strategies to deal with grief, anxiety, and depression that give you confidence to face obstacles now and in the future."
(734) 530-4230
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"My intention is to create a safe space where you can tell and make sense of your personal story. I am here to help you wrestle with the hurdles that you face and to assist you in navigating your way to a place of healing. Grief occurs from many different types of loss, and all can be difficult to manage without support. Personal identity changes after loss occurs, and I am here to help you figure out what that means for you. We can work to implement positive strategies to deal with grief, anxiety, and depression that give you confidence to face obstacles now and in the future."
Bronwyn Murray, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I will help you find a way to connect to others that doesn't feel forced or overwhelming. Feeling sad or angry for no reason; worried that you'll always be alone, that you don't have anything interesting to say or that no-one will accept you for what you are; feeling overlooked or misunderstood; fearful that you'll never have the confidence or discipline to turn things around - these issues can be successfully addressed."
(734) 606-0384
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"I will help you find a way to connect to others that doesn't feel forced or overwhelming. Feeling sad or angry for no reason; worried that you'll always be alone, that you don't have anything interesting to say or that no-one will accept you for what you are; feeling overlooked or misunderstood; fearful that you'll never have the confidence or discipline to turn things around - these issues can be successfully addressed."
Gail Vanlangen, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you are struggling in an important relationship, whether with your partner, child, parent, sibling, or friend, or feel deeply lonely, anxious, sad, or self-doubting, therapy can be an important step towards growth and healing. I think of therapy as an opportunity not only to seek support, but also to build a collaborative working relationship within which a deeper understanding of your hopes and fears enables you to make significant change."
(734) 469-3332
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"If you are struggling in an important relationship, whether with your partner, child, parent, sibling, or friend, or feel deeply lonely, anxious, sad, or self-doubting, therapy can be an important step towards growth and healing. I think of therapy as an opportunity not only to seek support, but also to build a collaborative working relationship within which a deeper understanding of your hopes and fears enables you to make significant change."
Pamela Bowers, MS, Limited Licensed Psychologist
Limited Licensed Psychologist, MS
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"Emotional distress takes many forms: low self esteem, depression, anxiety, chronic anger, and/or relationship problems are some of the reasons people come to therapy. Some people who see me are having a difficult time with a life transition or have been unable to bounce back from a significant loss. Some have a history of being traumatized in ways that still impact them, or have problematic and unproductive ways of coping with life's difficulties."
(734) 357-8950
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"Emotional distress takes many forms: low self esteem, depression, anxiety, chronic anger, and/or relationship problems are some of the reasons people come to therapy. Some people who see me are having a difficult time with a life transition or have been unable to bounce back from a significant loss. Some have a history of being traumatized in ways that still impact them, or have problematic and unproductive ways of coping with life's difficulties."

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