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Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, CACD, EMDR, CAMS II, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Philosopher Laozi stated "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." It is my belief that the first step in counseling is being able to ask for help."
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(269) 359-3335
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Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
Compassion Focused
"Philosopher Laozi stated "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." It is my belief that the first step in counseling is being able to ask for help."
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Lauren Cooper, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LLPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"There is no greater joy than to serve and empower others. I believe therapy is relational and my role is to empower and instill hope to adolescents, families, and individuals that may be having challenges overcoming daily life stressors. We will work together to set achievable goals, gain personal insight, and move towards a place of healing in a judgment free zone. "
(269) 280-2133
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"There is no greater joy than to serve and empower others. I believe therapy is relational and my role is to empower and instill hope to adolescents, families, and individuals that may be having challenges overcoming daily life stressors. We will work together to set achievable goals, gain personal insight, and move towards a place of healing in a judgment free zone. "
Kristen Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe in healing through connection. When we feel connected to one another and we have a safe place to share, we are empowered to handle the challenges that life hands us. I work with adolescent age through adults with a variety of different needs, including: anxiety/depression, thoughts of suicide, trauma, grief/loss, body image and eating disorders, substance use, and adjustment disorders. "
(269) 225-6704
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"I believe in healing through connection. When we feel connected to one another and we have a safe place to share, we are empowered to handle the challenges that life hands us. I work with adolescent age through adults with a variety of different needs, including: anxiety/depression, thoughts of suicide, trauma, grief/loss, body image and eating disorders, substance use, and adjustment disorders. "
Kathy Piecuch, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LPC, CAADC, NCC, MITS
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a therapist specializing in addiction and recovery along with other mental health issues including depression, anxiety and trauma. I offer a genuine and caring environment that allows you the safe space needed to explore your issues or concerns. I work with individuals ages 14 and older as well as families and couples. I believe recovery is a journey and would be able to walk with you as you discover your new path. I am also available to help family members of loved ones who are struggling by offering strategies to help cope with the challenges and changes ahead."
(269) 795-6253
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"I am a therapist specializing in addiction and recovery along with other mental health issues including depression, anxiety and trauma. I offer a genuine and caring environment that allows you the safe space needed to explore your issues or concerns. I work with individuals ages 14 and older as well as families and couples. I believe recovery is a journey and would be able to walk with you as you discover your new path. I am also available to help family members of loved ones who are struggling by offering strategies to help cope with the challenges and changes ahead."
Linda L Herrin, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, ITCA, PLLC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in working with trauma, stress, anxiety, intimacy issues, women’s sexuality, sexual compulsions and the LGBTQ community. What clients say is most important in their healing process is my holistic and mindful approach to their emotional issues. Neuroscience is now proving that focusing on thoughts and emotions is not enough to bring change when our brains are “jumbled” and we just can’t think our way out of problems. Without awareness of both our total inner and outer worlds we can't get better. So I bring body awareness, sometimes called somatic therapy, into our collaborative work together. This makes a difference!"
(269) 580-8246
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"I specialize in working with trauma, stress, anxiety, intimacy issues, women’s sexuality, sexual compulsions and the LGBTQ community. What clients say is most important in their healing process is my holistic and mindful approach to their emotional issues. Neuroscience is now proving that focusing on thoughts and emotions is not enough to bring change when our brains are “jumbled” and we just can’t think our way out of problems. Without awareness of both our total inner and outer worlds we can't get better. So I bring body awareness, sometimes called somatic therapy, into our collaborative work together. This makes a difference!"
Katherine (Katie) Ann Bell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My goal is to partner with my client to assist them as they experience life's transitions, whether they be changes in career, relationships, personal identity, family, and/or other turning points. People of all ages encounter challenges and changes that can be disruptive at different points in their life. Through understanding, and the integration of various approaches, primarily cognitive behavioral therapy, together we can navigate forward through those challenges. I serve a variety of clientele of various cultural, ethnic, gender, and other identities."
(269) 793-9052
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"My goal is to partner with my client to assist them as they experience life's transitions, whether they be changes in career, relationships, personal identity, family, and/or other turning points. People of all ages encounter challenges and changes that can be disruptive at different points in their life. Through understanding, and the integration of various approaches, primarily cognitive behavioral therapy, together we can navigate forward through those challenges. I serve a variety of clientele of various cultural, ethnic, gender, and other identities."
Betsy Bennett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, JD, LMSW-, Clinica, CAADC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My main areas of practice include: alcohol and drug addiction, relational conflict, anxiety, depression, grief/loss, trauma and PTSD. I work with a client centered, interpersonal approach to confidentially support and respond to the individual uniqueness of each client. I focus on creating open and direct dialogue using an element of humor to create relational safety.The level of ongoing anxiety and stress accompanying addiction as well as from everyday life tends to be relentless, overwhelming and at times, traumatizing. My goal is to assist clients in building insight and personalized skills to reduce distress and experience meaningful, corrective, emotional experiences."
(269) 496-1503
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"My main areas of practice include: alcohol and drug addiction, relational conflict, anxiety, depression, grief/loss, trauma and PTSD. I work with a client centered, interpersonal approach to confidentially support and respond to the individual uniqueness of each client. I focus on creating open and direct dialogue using an element of humor to create relational safety.The level of ongoing anxiety and stress accompanying addiction as well as from everyday life tends to be relentless, overwhelming and at times, traumatizing. My goal is to assist clients in building insight and personalized skills to reduce distress and experience meaningful, corrective, emotional experiences."
Heather Roe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My years of experience in the mental health field have led me to work with people often drowned by worry, depression, and who feel hopeless about their ability to change. I work to help individuals develop skills aimed at decreasing the power of negative emotions and increasing the presence of other emotions that are often edged out, such as joy. In the words of Jon Kabat-Zinn, "You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf." Therapy can help to provide you with the tools you need to surf on your own through life's challenges. I have training in treating perinatal mood and anxiety disorders."
(269) 301-6365
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"My years of experience in the mental health field have led me to work with people often drowned by worry, depression, and who feel hopeless about their ability to change. I work to help individuals develop skills aimed at decreasing the power of negative emotions and increasing the presence of other emotions that are often edged out, such as joy. In the words of Jon Kabat-Zinn, "You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf." Therapy can help to provide you with the tools you need to surf on your own through life's challenges. I have training in treating perinatal mood and anxiety disorders."
Christina G Collins, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LLPC
Verified by Psychology Today
Portage, Michigan 49024
"My ideal client is one that is struggling but wants to improve. Neurodevelopmental disorders are my JAM! ADHD, Learning Disabilities, and Autism Spectrum Disorders is where I direct much of my clinical experience. It's important to me that my clients (and their parents/families/teachers) understand the uniqueness of their disorder and how to turn a perceived deficit into a SUPERPOWER. All children are wonderful gifts, and I love helping children discover and embrace their best selves. A diagnosis does not define you, your child, or your family."
(269) 280-2788
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Portage, Michigan 49024
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"My ideal client is one that is struggling but wants to improve. Neurodevelopmental disorders are my JAM! ADHD, Learning Disabilities, and Autism Spectrum Disorders is where I direct much of my clinical experience. It's important to me that my clients (and their parents/families/teachers) understand the uniqueness of their disorder and how to turn a perceived deficit into a SUPERPOWER. All children are wonderful gifts, and I love helping children discover and embrace their best selves. A diagnosis does not define you, your child, or your family."
Matthew Rushlau
EdD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Power of Choice - Together we create a safe place to explore insight into emotional reactions and thought patterns that keep us from making choices that express our self-esteem, self-love and self-respect. Sessions include information, experiential learning, spiritual practice and group process. The goal of this group experience is to feel better and to make healthier choices. Matt Rushlau, Ed. D., Psychologist co-facilitates with Ms. Gabier. Dr. Rushlau is A Licensed Psychologist in private practice in Kalamazoo. His therapy has a dynamic interpersonal foundation."
(269) 588-1951
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"Power of Choice - Together we create a safe place to explore insight into emotional reactions and thought patterns that keep us from making choices that express our self-esteem, self-love and self-respect. Sessions include information, experiential learning, spiritual practice and group process. The goal of this group experience is to feel better and to make healthier choices. Matt Rushlau, Ed. D., Psychologist co-facilitates with Ms. Gabier. Dr. Rushlau is A Licensed Psychologist in private practice in Kalamazoo. His therapy has a dynamic interpersonal foundation."
Tara Logan
Verified by Psychology Today
"***Accepting New Clients*** Are you looking for a safe, nonjudgmental space to talk and find solutions to your concerns? I strive to offer clients just that, which can support clients with meeting their therapeutic goals. I have an extensive background working with clients involved in abuse/neglect cases, anxiety, depression, Image issues, as well as college and life transitions. Other areas of focus include family conflict, relationship issues, and trauma."
(269) 225-3262
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"***Accepting New Clients*** Are you looking for a safe, nonjudgmental space to talk and find solutions to your concerns? I strive to offer clients just that, which can support clients with meeting their therapeutic goals. I have an extensive background working with clients involved in abuse/neglect cases, anxiety, depression, Image issues, as well as college and life transitions. Other areas of focus include family conflict, relationship issues, and trauma."
Justina Marie Crow, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LLPC, CAADC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My approach to therapy begins with deep compassion toward each person's unique struggle. Nobody's life is perfect and we are all on separate roads with different obstacles through this journey. I strive to create a non-judgmental environment where you can feel safe, comfortable and free to express yourself in an honest way. I make it my aim to work as a team with you to reach the goals you choose to set for yourself. I provide support and insight so that my clients can gain a better understanding of themselves while gaining helpful tools to address life's challenges. I would love to help you discover your strengths!"
(734) 838-4645
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"My approach to therapy begins with deep compassion toward each person's unique struggle. Nobody's life is perfect and we are all on separate roads with different obstacles through this journey. I strive to create a non-judgmental environment where you can feel safe, comfortable and free to express yourself in an honest way. I make it my aim to work as a team with you to reach the goals you choose to set for yourself. I provide support and insight so that my clients can gain a better understanding of themselves while gaining helpful tools to address life's challenges. I would love to help you discover your strengths!"
Phyllis Florian, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Sometimes life gets complicated, making it hard to move forward. As a clinical psychologist, I am uniquely qualified to offer support and respectful care in a comfortable, safe environment. I treat a variety of mental health issues. Perhaps I can help you. This is YOUR time to unpack some of the baggage that is burdening you, and to develop the tools that give YOU the ability to move ahead intentionally. Life is a journey. It is my privilege to join you along the way, helping you find the path to a better quality of life."
(269) 783-4736
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"Sometimes life gets complicated, making it hard to move forward. As a clinical psychologist, I am uniquely qualified to offer support and respectful care in a comfortable, safe environment. I treat a variety of mental health issues. Perhaps I can help you. This is YOUR time to unpack some of the baggage that is burdening you, and to develop the tools that give YOU the ability to move ahead intentionally. Life is a journey. It is my privilege to join you along the way, helping you find the path to a better quality of life."
George K. Lockwood, Psychologist
Psychologist
Verified by Psychology Today
"I completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Cognitive Therapy at the University of Pennsylvania under the supervision of Aaron Beck, M.D. in 1983. I am a Founding Fellow of the Academy for Cognitive Therapy. My primary interest and expertise is in helping people identify and break free from the negative life patterns that underlie long-standing depression, anxiety, and painful relationships. My style is systematic, focused, collaborative and flexible. I see my first task as creating a safe and stable foundation from which clients can begin to meet their core emotional needs and grow."
(269) 993-4636
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"I completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Cognitive Therapy at the University of Pennsylvania under the supervision of Aaron Beck, M.D. in 1983. I am a Founding Fellow of the Academy for Cognitive Therapy. My primary interest and expertise is in helping people identify and break free from the negative life patterns that underlie long-standing depression, anxiety, and painful relationships. My style is systematic, focused, collaborative and flexible. I see my first task as creating a safe and stable foundation from which clients can begin to meet their core emotional needs and grow."
Nile H Khabeiry, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LLMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that people do have the ability to change but often need a little help to reach their goals. I have been successful working with clients who are struggling with addictions, interactions with the legal system, family issues, as well as childhood trauma. I have a common sense, reality based approach that is easy for clients to relate to and am flexible by using several therapeutic theories to help my clients achieve their goals."
(269) 580-8199
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"I believe that people do have the ability to change but often need a little help to reach their goals. I have been successful working with clients who are struggling with addictions, interactions with the legal system, family issues, as well as childhood trauma. I have a common sense, reality based approach that is easy for clients to relate to and am flexible by using several therapeutic theories to help my clients achieve their goals."
BrieAnna Patrice Daugherty, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, NCC, IMH, II, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
Portage, Michigan 49024
"I hold a Masters of Arts degree in Counseling from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. My undergraduate degree is in Family Studies from Western Michigan University. I am licensed in the State of Michigan as a Licensed Professional Counselor. My areas of speciality include early childhood mental health, attachment and bonding, play therapy, child and adolescent mental health and treatment of anxiety and depression. I also work with individuals experiencing infertility. I work from an Existential/Person Centered philosophy that focuses on creating meaning in one's life, responsibility and the ability to express oneself in a healthy way."
(269) 326-4557
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Portage, Michigan 49024
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"I hold a Masters of Arts degree in Counseling from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. My undergraduate degree is in Family Studies from Western Michigan University. I am licensed in the State of Michigan as a Licensed Professional Counselor. My areas of speciality include early childhood mental health, attachment and bonding, play therapy, child and adolescent mental health and treatment of anxiety and depression. I also work with individuals experiencing infertility. I work from an Existential/Person Centered philosophy that focuses on creating meaning in one's life, responsibility and the ability to express oneself in a healthy way."
Pam Stinchcomb, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life can be full of joy, new adventures, and fulfilling relationships however life can also have trials, heart ache and mental health struggles. I strive to offer a therapeutic setting where clients feel welcome and safe to process challenges in life and to gain perspective and compassion. For some clients building skills and tools can be helpful in overcoming struggles. I provide an avenue to equip clients in this way. I have been a counselor for 25 years, with experience working with women, teens and children. I believe people are uniquely created with incredible potential to live a victorious life."
(269) 628-8519 x232
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"Life can be full of joy, new adventures, and fulfilling relationships however life can also have trials, heart ache and mental health struggles. I strive to offer a therapeutic setting where clients feel welcome and safe to process challenges in life and to gain perspective and compassion. For some clients building skills and tools can be helpful in overcoming struggles. I provide an avenue to equip clients in this way. I have been a counselor for 25 years, with experience working with women, teens and children. I believe people are uniquely created with incredible potential to live a victorious life."
Samantha Sanders, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LLMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
Portage, Michigan 49024
"Life changes, and so do relationships. All lasting relationships are built on choosing each other everyday, and when we lose sight of that, the foundation begins to crumble. All families are blended in one way or another. A relationship in and of itself is two different people coming together; whether it be mother-daughter, father-son, friends, or romantic partners. A marriage is a commitment to blend two families. Families with different values, interests, and belief systems."
(269) 234-1631
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Portage, Michigan 49024
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"Life changes, and so do relationships. All lasting relationships are built on choosing each other everyday, and when we lose sight of that, the foundation begins to crumble. All families are blended in one way or another. A relationship in and of itself is two different people coming together; whether it be mother-daughter, father-son, friends, or romantic partners. A marriage is a commitment to blend two families. Families with different values, interests, and belief systems."
Leah (Pillsbury) Condit, Counselor
Counselor, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Everyone is welcome in my office. I specialize in helping people address trauma, whether it be current or historical. I strive to create a safe, warm environment to help people feel comfortable discuss such vulnerable topics and let go of the pain and suffering. While trauma is my focus I also specialize in adolescent issues such as: anger management, self-harm, suicide ideation, self-esteem issues, relational problems, anxiety, depression, bullying, etc. I enjoy working with all couples, families, and individuals. My passion and experience lies with the adolescence population, especially those whom have dealt with significant trauma."
(269) 301-1025
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"Everyone is welcome in my office. I specialize in helping people address trauma, whether it be current or historical. I strive to create a safe, warm environment to help people feel comfortable discuss such vulnerable topics and let go of the pain and suffering. While trauma is my focus I also specialize in adolescent issues such as: anger management, self-harm, suicide ideation, self-esteem issues, relational problems, anxiety, depression, bullying, etc. I enjoy working with all couples, families, and individuals. My passion and experience lies with the adolescence population, especially those whom have dealt with significant trauma."
Brandy Burnham, Limited Licensed Psychologist
Limited Licensed Psychologist, MA, TLLP, LLPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"It is my goal to provide support to individuals who are dealing with confusion, uncertainty and perpetual grief associated with loving someone who has a disability, special needs, or a terminal illness. I can provide psychological testing to help diagnose the area of concern, if needed, and help you deal with the aftermath of a diagnosis or medical condition. I will walk alongside you as you navigate the "What now?" moments of your life. Personally, I have more than 10 years of experience within the special needs community."
(269) 682-1043 x417
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"It is my goal to provide support to individuals who are dealing with confusion, uncertainty and perpetual grief associated with loving someone who has a disability, special needs, or a terminal illness. I can provide psychological testing to help diagnose the area of concern, if needed, and help you deal with the aftermath of a diagnosis or medical condition. I will walk alongside you as you navigate the "What now?" moments of your life. Personally, I have more than 10 years of experience within the special needs community."

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