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A psychological and educational evaluation can often be a gateway to discovering solutions to address challenges and stressors children and adolescents are facing. Dr. Smith’s training in assessment, intervention, and consultation in school psychology can help parents find school success for their child. With over 20 years of experience in education and psychology in hospital, community mental health, and school-based settings, Dr. Smith can provide answers and guidance for parents in advocating for academic and behavioral needs in the school system.
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A psychological and educational evaluation can often be a gateway to discovering solutions to address challenges and stressors children and adolescents are facing. Dr. Smith’s training in assessment, intervention, and consultation in school psychology can help parents find school success for their child. With over 20 years of experience in education and psychology in hospital, community mental health, and school-based settings, Dr. Smith can provide answers and guidance for parents in advocating for academic and behavioral needs in the school system.
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Hello I am John Kenner, I am a therapist and clinical social worker. I provide active behavioral counseling and therapy. My practice consists of direct clinical service including family, individual, couples, youth, adolescents , adult and elderly therapy. I use evidence based interventions, client centered therapy and life coaching. I also provide interpersonal and relationship building tools skills and techniques.
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Hello I am John Kenner, I am a therapist and clinical social worker. I provide active behavioral counseling and therapy. My practice consists of direct clinical service including family, individual, couples, youth, adolescents , adult and elderly therapy. I use evidence based interventions, client centered therapy and life coaching. I also provide interpersonal and relationship building tools skills and techniques.
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Hello. Welcome !! I am excited to work for you and your family. I have been a therapist for 14 years , working with families and individuals to help them reach their full potential. I am multilingual and have worked with clients from various parts of the world and religious backgrounds. I work with families, individuals and children from ages 8 and above specializing in depression and anxiety, childhood trauma, emotional regulation and anger related issues, learning disorders , personality and mood disorders and parenting skills. Tweens, teens, college students, individuals and families. Parental participation for younger ones.
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Hello. Welcome !! I am excited to work for you and your family. I have been a therapist for 14 years , working with families and individuals to help them reach their full potential. I am multilingual and have worked with clients from various parts of the world and religious backgrounds. I work with families, individuals and children from ages 8 and above specializing in depression and anxiety, childhood trauma, emotional regulation and anger related issues, learning disorders , personality and mood disorders and parenting skills. Tweens, teens, college students, individuals and families. Parental participation for younger ones.
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Let me help you, because at some point in our lives we may face struggles and fall on hard times that may leave us overwhelmed and confused. Therapy allows you to make a commitment, not only to yourself, but your loved ones as well. I will create a safe, secure, and judgement-free environment so you can feel free to open up about any concerns you are having.Together, you and I will work as a team to help you build and maintain the best version of you. Facing mental health challenges can be stressful and may seem impossible to overcome, but together we can work on a plan to help you through those hard times. Your worth it, call today
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Let me help you, because at some point in our lives we may face struggles and fall on hard times that may leave us overwhelmed and confused. Therapy allows you to make a commitment, not only to yourself, but your loved ones as well. I will create a safe, secure, and judgement-free environment so you can feel free to open up about any concerns you are having.Together, you and I will work as a team to help you build and maintain the best version of you. Facing mental health challenges can be stressful and may seem impossible to overcome, but together we can work on a plan to help you through those hard times. Your worth it, call today
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Accepting new clients. Navigating throughout your life journey can become rough and cause many to feel defeated and hopeless at times. Our challenges and past experiences can impact our perspective and cause strain on the stronger people and best relationships. Whether you are responding to trauma, heartbreak, grief, or daily stress, therapy can benefit individuals and/or couples. I would love to be part of your support network and help you to regain a clear perspective. As a clinical therapist, my ideal client is anyone struggling with past experiences and personal stress.
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Accepting new clients. Navigating throughout your life journey can become rough and cause many to feel defeated and hopeless at times. Our challenges and past experiences can impact our perspective and cause strain on the stronger people and best relationships. Whether you are responding to trauma, heartbreak, grief, or daily stress, therapy can benefit individuals and/or couples. I would love to be part of your support network and help you to regain a clear perspective. As a clinical therapist, my ideal client is anyone struggling with past experiences and personal stress.
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We're not trapped by our circumstances; we're trapped by our stories. Domenic Tamborriello, LMSW, has over 30 years experience working with Individuals, Couples, and Groups. He believes in seeing the very highest and best in each person and helping them lay claim to every part of themselves. Free of the guilt and shame of old stories, we can move forward in our lives with inner and outer peace to help us connect to our legitmate power, untapped passion, and inspiring possibilities.
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We're not trapped by our circumstances; we're trapped by our stories. Domenic Tamborriello, LMSW, has over 30 years experience working with Individuals, Couples, and Groups. He believes in seeing the very highest and best in each person and helping them lay claim to every part of themselves. Free of the guilt and shame of old stories, we can move forward in our lives with inner and outer peace to help us connect to our legitmate power, untapped passion, and inspiring possibilities.
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For the past 20 years I have been involved in the mental health system, and have had the privilege of helping individuals & families achieve their goals and overcome a variety of challenges (i.e. depression, anxiety, mood disorders, relational & substance abuse struggles & life transitions). While speaking both English & Spanish languages, my hope is that each individual that I encounter will gain a better understanding of themselves, and also learn valuable skills to move forward towards a more fulfilling and flourishing life---to be able to find 'Peace of Mind'--within themselves and within their surroundings.
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For the past 20 years I have been involved in the mental health system, and have had the privilege of helping individuals & families achieve their goals and overcome a variety of challenges (i.e. depression, anxiety, mood disorders, relational & substance abuse struggles & life transitions). While speaking both English & Spanish languages, my hope is that each individual that I encounter will gain a better understanding of themselves, and also learn valuable skills to move forward towards a more fulfilling and flourishing life---to be able to find 'Peace of Mind'--within themselves and within their surroundings.
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It takes a lot of courage and humility to reach out for help when you are in a time of need. The fact you are seeking support says a lot about who you are as a person. As a Licensed Professional Counselor and Marriage and Family Therapist, I see: Individuals, Families and Children (ages 11-18) who are seeking support. My primary approach is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) which focuses on the role thoughts and emotions affect an individual’s responses. I also use a system's approach to help them understand the dynamics involved in the family, using the Nurtured Heart Approach® that focuses on the client's positive qualities.
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It takes a lot of courage and humility to reach out for help when you are in a time of need. The fact you are seeking support says a lot about who you are as a person. As a Licensed Professional Counselor and Marriage and Family Therapist, I see: Individuals, Families and Children (ages 11-18) who are seeking support. My primary approach is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) which focuses on the role thoughts and emotions affect an individual’s responses. I also use a system's approach to help them understand the dynamics involved in the family, using the Nurtured Heart Approach® that focuses on the client's positive qualities.
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Things change in life and sometimes these transitions require support, care and insight that well-meaning friends and family cannot provide. Gaining an outside perspective, supportive validation and assistance with defining the issues that are most pertinent to you and your progression toward better life outcomes are crucial. Spending the time to address these issues is an important investment in yourself which can impact your relationships, your physical health and your future. Take the time to make that investment, you are worth it.
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Things change in life and sometimes these transitions require support, care and insight that well-meaning friends and family cannot provide. Gaining an outside perspective, supportive validation and assistance with defining the issues that are most pertinent to you and your progression toward better life outcomes are crucial. Spending the time to address these issues is an important investment in yourself which can impact your relationships, your physical health and your future. Take the time to make that investment, you are worth it.
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You're so irritated constantly, and you don't know why. You're ambitious and a career driven woman- so you wonder, "Why do I struggle with getting motivated?" You feel as if you're always on edge-and your family can tell, which makes you feel worse. Your relationship with your partner is rocky at best- and they don't know what to say to you half of the time to make you feel better. Some days its hard to get up from bed and start work- but you do it because you have goals. You want to talk to your friends about how you feel- but you're afraid they're tired of hearing it. You're wondering if this is as good as it gets.
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You're so irritated constantly, and you don't know why. You're ambitious and a career driven woman- so you wonder, "Why do I struggle with getting motivated?" You feel as if you're always on edge-and your family can tell, which makes you feel worse. Your relationship with your partner is rocky at best- and they don't know what to say to you half of the time to make you feel better. Some days its hard to get up from bed and start work- but you do it because you have goals. You want to talk to your friends about how you feel- but you're afraid they're tired of hearing it. You're wondering if this is as good as it gets.
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I am a firm believer in body, mind, spirit healing. I seek to help individuals uncover, accept, and embolden all parts of their true selves. I hope to help people find their own paths to happiness and light finding the beauty of each part of the journey.
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I am a firm believer in body, mind, spirit healing. I seek to help individuals uncover, accept, and embolden all parts of their true selves. I hope to help people find their own paths to happiness and light finding the beauty of each part of the journey.
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Hello, my name is Brett Johnson and I have 12 years of experience working in the mental health field providing direct care and case management for adults in community mental health. I served as a Peace Corps Volunteer for two years in Peace Corps Bulgaria’s youth development program. While there, I worked in orphanages and youth centers to implement projects developing life skills, teaching English, utilizing art therapy, and educating about HIV/AIDS and anti-human trafficking. I received my MSW degree from Western Michigan University, where I served as an intern for two at the University’s Sindecuse Counseling Services.
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Hello, my name is Brett Johnson and I have 12 years of experience working in the mental health field providing direct care and case management for adults in community mental health. I served as a Peace Corps Volunteer for two years in Peace Corps Bulgaria’s youth development program. While there, I worked in orphanages and youth centers to implement projects developing life skills, teaching English, utilizing art therapy, and educating about HIV/AIDS and anti-human trafficking. I received my MSW degree from Western Michigan University, where I served as an intern for two at the University’s Sindecuse Counseling Services.
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If you are here, you are likely wondering if therapy is for you. Let me tell you, therapy is for everyone! Trust me, I know that there is stigma associated with mental health treatment. And if you are a person of color, it's often hard to find someone who looks like you. I operate under a strengths-based perspective. I believe that your life journey is unique. We will work together to help you develop the confidence and skills to live your life authentically.
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If you are here, you are likely wondering if therapy is for you. Let me tell you, therapy is for everyone! Trust me, I know that there is stigma associated with mental health treatment. And if you are a person of color, it's often hard to find someone who looks like you. I operate under a strengths-based perspective. I believe that your life journey is unique. We will work together to help you develop the confidence and skills to live your life authentically.
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**** No current opening**** I’m a very passionate therapist that centers her work around being trauma informed and client centered. I provide individual psychotherapy to adults that have a range of complex issues such as trauma, depression, anxiety, stress management, identity and much more. I work with clients using an intersectional and social justice lens that has been developed over years of working with oppressed communities such as survivors on domestic and sexual violence. The strength-based approach I use, helps clients look within the blackness to find the light.
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**** No current opening**** I’m a very passionate therapist that centers her work around being trauma informed and client centered. I provide individual psychotherapy to adults that have a range of complex issues such as trauma, depression, anxiety, stress management, identity and much more. I work with clients using an intersectional and social justice lens that has been developed over years of working with oppressed communities such as survivors on domestic and sexual violence. The strength-based approach I use, helps clients look within the blackness to find the light.
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Are you feeling weighed down with depression or anxiety? Are you stressed by family or life difficulties or is past trauma creating problems? Do you struggle to say no to the demands of others? Are you feeling burned out? My goal is to help you gain freedom from the effects of anxiety, depression, codependency, trauma or addiction on your life. I also work to address other concerns such as relationship issues, job stresses and faith related difficulties. Working together we will work to gain peace, freedom, empowerment, personal growth and a more vibrant life through good mental health and boundaries.
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Are you feeling weighed down with depression or anxiety? Are you stressed by family or life difficulties or is past trauma creating problems? Do you struggle to say no to the demands of others? Are you feeling burned out? My goal is to help you gain freedom from the effects of anxiety, depression, codependency, trauma or addiction on your life. I also work to address other concerns such as relationship issues, job stresses and faith related difficulties. Working together we will work to gain peace, freedom, empowerment, personal growth and a more vibrant life through good mental health and boundaries.
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Dr. Cheryl and Mind Health and Purpose Counseling and Consulting provide understanding, and goal-directed solutions. We want to help you heal your emotional distress and to return to the real you. Although currently, Dr. Cheryl is not accepting new patients, group workshops that address issues such as anger, anxiety, behavioral issues, depression, career/life counseling and consulting are available. Contact us for information.
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Dr. Cheryl and Mind Health and Purpose Counseling and Consulting provide understanding, and goal-directed solutions. We want to help you heal your emotional distress and to return to the real you. Although currently, Dr. Cheryl is not accepting new patients, group workshops that address issues such as anger, anxiety, behavioral issues, depression, career/life counseling and consulting are available. Contact us for information.
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I recognize that the most important aspect to an effective treatment is the quality of the relationship between the client and therapist. Through this collaborative approach, the client and I, identify their strengths and build on these characteristics through therapy. We identify areas in the individuals' life which are not useful or producing an undesirable outcome-such as self-destructive behavior, poor communication skills. This enables the client to gain an understanding of their symptoms and behavior and become more able to make practical, helpful changes. This way of working can help them live a more fulfilling life with understanding and meaning.
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I recognize that the most important aspect to an effective treatment is the quality of the relationship between the client and therapist. Through this collaborative approach, the client and I, identify their strengths and build on these characteristics through therapy. We identify areas in the individuals' life which are not useful or producing an undesirable outcome-such as self-destructive behavior, poor communication skills. This enables the client to gain an understanding of their symptoms and behavior and become more able to make practical, helpful changes. This way of working can help them live a more fulfilling life with understanding and meaning.
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I believe psychotherapy should be supportive and empowering. The therapeutic relationship is critical to growth and change. Having strong therapeutic supports can strengthen a person and free them to find connection in the midst of confusion, overcome difficult life challenges, face their fears or move past a barrier that seemed insurmountable.
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I believe psychotherapy should be supportive and empowering. The therapeutic relationship is critical to growth and change. Having strong therapeutic supports can strengthen a person and free them to find connection in the midst of confusion, overcome difficult life challenges, face their fears or move past a barrier that seemed insurmountable.
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I am a fully Licensed Master Social Worker who acknowledges that seeking therapy and making that first appointment can be difficult. I present an atmosphere that encourages comfort and aids in the building of trust. I focus on listening to what others are saying with the ability to identify their feelings and to find connections/patterns to previous information they've shared. I believe the impact of one's past can have an effect on their present thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. For instance, one might be experiencing depression and not realize that it started in adolescence when she/he experienced a significant negative event(s).
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I am a fully Licensed Master Social Worker who acknowledges that seeking therapy and making that first appointment can be difficult. I present an atmosphere that encourages comfort and aids in the building of trust. I focus on listening to what others are saying with the ability to identify their feelings and to find connections/patterns to previous information they've shared. I believe the impact of one's past can have an effect on their present thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. For instance, one might be experiencing depression and not realize that it started in adolescence when she/he experienced a significant negative event(s).
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Blake is a graduate of the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) who later received his MA in Counseling from Oakland University. His personal and professional background are diverse and wide-ranging, which has provided him with many unique opportunities to get quality experience in different arenas of life.:
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Blake is a graduate of the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) who later received his MA in Counseling from Oakland University. His personal and professional background are diverse and wide-ranging, which has provided him with many unique opportunities to get quality experience in different arenas of life.:

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African-American (Black) Therapists
If you're looking for African American therapy in Michigan or for a Michigan African American therapist these professionals provide therapy, psychotherapy and counseling that's sensitive to African American cultural issues. They include African American therapists, African American psychologists, African American marriage counselors and African American counselors. Sometimes we refer to them as black therapists in Michigan or Michigan black psychologists, black marriage counselors or black counselors in Michigan. They provide African American counseling in Michigan or black counseling in Michigan and are sensitive to black couples and black marriages in Michigan.

Note: This term is sometimes spelled as 'African-American'.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Michigan are able to work with a wide range of issues. They offer in person sessions as well as Teletherapy in Michigan

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


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