Counselor, LPC, LLP Verified
Verified
Let's Build Hope! I strive to create a validating, non-judgmental environment to teach you skills to manage anxiety, overwhelming emotions, improve relationships, and modify behaviors. You can develop the healthy life you desire. Humans experience emotions! Sometimes we may think there is a right way and a wrong way to feel and distress means, we are feeling the wrong way. That is a ton of pressure! Sometimes, our emotions become distressing. Sometimes we worry. Few are taught to manage emotions and anxiety effectively and distress can lead to self-blame, defeated feelings, strained relationships, self-harm, and more. I can help!
Domestic Abuse
(616) 425-5443
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Domestic Abuse
Let's Build Hope! I strive to create a validating, non-judgmental environment to teach you skills to manage anxiety, overwhelming emotions, improve relationships, and modify behaviors. You can develop the healthy life you desire. Humans experience emotions! Sometimes we may think there is a right way and a wrong way to feel and distress means, we are feeling the wrong way. That is a ton of pressure! Sometimes, our emotions become distressing. Sometimes we worry. Few are taught to manage emotions and anxiety effectively and distress can lead to self-blame, defeated feelings, strained relationships, self-harm, and more. I can help!
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW Verified
Verified
I work to create an environment that feels warm and supportive for each person. The relationship between the client and therapist is a true measure on how helpful the counseling experience will be for an individual. My goal is to guide and empower clients to make important meaningful changes in their life. I primarily use the methods of strength based and person centered talk therapy to achieve these outcomes. I believe everyone has the capacity to tap into the intuitive part of them self and use that wisdom to improve their life. People do have the ability to make positive changes in their life.
Domestic Abuse
(616) 984-1197
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Domestic Abuse
I work to create an environment that feels warm and supportive for each person. The relationship between the client and therapist is a true measure on how helpful the counseling experience will be for an individual. My goal is to guide and empower clients to make important meaningful changes in their life. I primarily use the methods of strength based and person centered talk therapy to achieve these outcomes. I believe everyone has the capacity to tap into the intuitive part of them self and use that wisdom to improve their life. People do have the ability to make positive changes in their life.
Photo of Shari M Almanza, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW Verified
Verified
Office is near:
Creston
Grand Rapids, MI 49505
There isn’t a one size “fix” all package for mental health. What works for one; may not work for another. I will be the first one to tell you that I am not the expert in your pain, your life, or your journey. You are. I am simply here to walk alongside you and be a resource for your growth. I believe one of the hardest and bravest things you can do for yourself, is to not only understand your story, but to continue growing from it.
Domestic Abuse
(616) 208-5484
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Office is near:
Creston
Grand Rapids, MI 49505
Domestic Abuse
There isn’t a one size “fix” all package for mental health. What works for one; may not work for another. I will be the first one to tell you that I am not the expert in your pain, your life, or your journey. You are. I am simply here to walk alongside you and be a resource for your growth. I believe one of the hardest and bravest things you can do for yourself, is to not only understand your story, but to continue growing from it.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CAADC Verified
Verified
Office is near:
Creston
Grand Rapids, MI 49505
In my experience working in the mental health field for the last decade, therapy is often sought after someone has suffered long enough or until the symptoms become unmanageable. It is my hope that as we continue to destigmatize mental health more people can feel comfortable utilizing this valuable service as a preventative measure and not as a last resort. My approach as a therapist is simple: helping others increase awareness and insight into their thoughts, feelings and behaviors.
Domestic Abuse
(616) 205-9114
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Office is near:
Creston
Grand Rapids, MI 49505
Domestic Abuse
In my experience working in the mental health field for the last decade, therapy is often sought after someone has suffered long enough or until the symptoms become unmanageable. It is my hope that as we continue to destigmatize mental health more people can feel comfortable utilizing this valuable service as a preventative measure and not as a last resort. My approach as a therapist is simple: helping others increase awareness and insight into their thoughts, feelings and behaviors.
Photo of Susan Missad, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW Verified
Verified
Office is near:
Creston
Grand Rapids, MI 49505
Feelings, emotions or life events can throw you off balance and cause you distress. Working together in a collaborative, therapeutic relationship, it is possible to better understand yourself and to learn to cope with events that influence your life. I provide a validating and non-judgmental space for you to share your story. Together we can explore your strengths and challenges and determine how you want to move forward. I use an integrative approach to therapy, which allows me to individualize my treatment for each client.
Domestic Abuse
(616) 369-0033
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Office is near:
Creston
Grand Rapids, MI 49505
Domestic Abuse
Feelings, emotions or life events can throw you off balance and cause you distress. Working together in a collaborative, therapeutic relationship, it is possible to better understand yourself and to learn to cope with events that influence your life. I provide a validating and non-judgmental space for you to share your story. Together we can explore your strengths and challenges and determine how you want to move forward. I use an integrative approach to therapy, which allows me to individualize my treatment for each client.
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Limited Licensed Psychologist, LLP, CAADC-D Verified
Verified
With both a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Psychology, I have experience aiding individuals with life stressors/adjustments, severe mental illness, and substance use. I have additional training and experience working with trauma and substance use. I have awareness and experience with individuals from many different cultural backgrounds. In addition, I provide comprehensive psychological testing and assessment. I am passionate about assisting individuals through life's journey.
Domestic Abuse
(616) 219-8153
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Domestic Abuse
With both a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Psychology, I have experience aiding individuals with life stressors/adjustments, severe mental illness, and substance use. I have additional training and experience working with trauma and substance use. I have awareness and experience with individuals from many different cultural backgrounds. In addition, I provide comprehensive psychological testing and assessment. I am passionate about assisting individuals through life's journey.
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Psychologist, PsyD, LP Verified
Verified
Office is near:
Creston
Grand Rapids, MI 49505
Have you found yourself in a difficult or complicated relationship that has caused you to feel anxious, helpless, doubt decisions, or feel broken? Are you having difficulty talking to others about your struggles? Fearing that others may not understand you or judge you. I am here to help you and guide you to access your power within you to take control of your life and begin the process of healing to move forward. With a non-judgmental and compassionate presence, I will offer support needed for you to carefully work through challenges and experience healing to begin living a more satisfying life.
Domestic Abuse
(616) 965-2224
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Office is near:
Creston
Grand Rapids, MI 49505
Domestic Abuse
Have you found yourself in a difficult or complicated relationship that has caused you to feel anxious, helpless, doubt decisions, or feel broken? Are you having difficulty talking to others about your struggles? Fearing that others may not understand you or judge you. I am here to help you and guide you to access your power within you to take control of your life and begin the process of healing to move forward. With a non-judgmental and compassionate presence, I will offer support needed for you to carefully work through challenges and experience healing to begin living a more satisfying life.
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LaShonda K Smith
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW Verified
Verified
NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS AT THIS TIME
Domestic Abuse
(313) 251-1319
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Domestic Abuse
NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS AT THIS TIME
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Leslie A Krol
Counselor, MA, LPC, CECP, CBCP, CVSP Verified
Verified
I consider it an honor to walk with my clients through their pain, growth, setbacks and successes. Therapy is a very personal experience and it takes time to develop trust and a feeling of safety. In the first few sessions I will work to create an environment that allows you to comfortably explore your thoughts and feelings. I specialize in trauma, relationship issues, and addictive behaviors.
Domestic Abuse
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Domestic Abuse
I consider it an honor to walk with my clients through their pain, growth, setbacks and successes. Therapy is a very personal experience and it takes time to develop trust and a feeling of safety. In the first few sessions I will work to create an environment that allows you to comfortably explore your thoughts and feelings. I specialize in trauma, relationship issues, and addictive behaviors.
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Mary Gallagher
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC Verified
Verified
Do you feel like something needs to change in your life? Are you having a hard time sorting through your thoughts and feelings? Feeling a little lost? There’s no right or wrong way to feel, your feelings belong to you. Processing your thoughts and emotions in therapy will feel like a weight has been lifted, you’ll begin to make connections and figure some things out about yourself and patterns in your life. My greatest joy as a therapist is helping clients to feel empowered to make positive changes. Please feel free to call or email and lets schedule a time to talk for a few minutes.
Domestic Abuse
(989) 282-8051
Verified
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Domestic Abuse
Do you feel like something needs to change in your life? Are you having a hard time sorting through your thoughts and feelings? Feeling a little lost? There’s no right or wrong way to feel, your feelings belong to you. Processing your thoughts and emotions in therapy will feel like a weight has been lifted, you’ll begin to make connections and figure some things out about yourself and patterns in your life. My greatest joy as a therapist is helping clients to feel empowered to make positive changes. Please feel free to call or email and lets schedule a time to talk for a few minutes.
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Melissa A Lidderdale
Psychologist, PhD, LP Verified
Verified
Life presents us with challenges and opportunities that sometimes require consultation. Often, change and healing are facilitated by assistance from caring others. I have repeatedly witnessed the resiliency of the human spirit. I am eager to meet with clients motivated for change and curious about the possibility of having more satisfying lives. I believe that psychotherapy requires trust and a working relationship. I am a compassionate listener and tailor my approach to best match the uniqueness of each client. I approach problems from a strengths-based, holistic perspective that considers a client's relevant biological, developmental, social, and cultural factors.
Domestic Abuse
(616) 259-7207
Verified

Domestic Abuse
Life presents us with challenges and opportunities that sometimes require consultation. Often, change and healing are facilitated by assistance from caring others. I have repeatedly witnessed the resiliency of the human spirit. I am eager to meet with clients motivated for change and curious about the possibility of having more satisfying lives. I believe that psychotherapy requires trust and a working relationship. I am a compassionate listener and tailor my approach to best match the uniqueness of each client. I approach problems from a strengths-based, holistic perspective that considers a client's relevant biological, developmental, social, and cultural factors.
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Genuine Solutions Counseling Center
Counselor, MA, LLPC Verified
Verified
My client base includes individuals including youth and adolescents, couples, families, substance abusers, and individuals referred through the judicial system. I recognize that every person is unique and with this knowledge every client’s story, struggle and sense of self is viewed with respect and apprised of the importance of his or her role within his life. My practice centers around the particular client that may struggle with depression, anxiety, addiction, issues of self esteem, childhood trauma, grief and loss, and physical/ emotional abuse. Additionally, I provide coaching support to individuals who are transitioning.
Domestic Abuse
(248) 909-1869 x702
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Domestic Abuse
My client base includes individuals including youth and adolescents, couples, families, substance abusers, and individuals referred through the judicial system. I recognize that every person is unique and with this knowledge every client’s story, struggle and sense of self is viewed with respect and apprised of the importance of his or her role within his life. My practice centers around the particular client that may struggle with depression, anxiety, addiction, issues of self esteem, childhood trauma, grief and loss, and physical/ emotional abuse. Additionally, I provide coaching support to individuals who are transitioning.
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Katie Bozek
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT Verified
Verified
I believe people are relational-beings, meaning, we develop and live our lives in relationships with others. When these relationships become distressed, it can lead to a multitude of feelings, such as depression, stress, anxiety and an overall feeling of uneasiness. These are the times when a person may need some guidance and help accessing their personal resources to find more balance in those relationships and in life in general.
Domestic Abuse
(616) 541-5812
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Domestic Abuse
I believe people are relational-beings, meaning, we develop and live our lives in relationships with others. When these relationships become distressed, it can lead to a multitude of feelings, such as depression, stress, anxiety and an overall feeling of uneasiness. These are the times when a person may need some guidance and help accessing their personal resources to find more balance in those relationships and in life in general.
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Kelly Nickole Fisher-Satterfield
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LLMSW Verified
Verified
You may not have realized it, but you just took the first step towards bettering your life. Whether you are here seeking therapeutic support or looking for professional coaching services, get started today and discover how you can live an inspired and empowered life. ICHANGE understands the negative stigma of mental illness within our society and as a result of that stigma, many never reach out for help. It is our goal to ensure the quality of care provided allows clients to feel as though they are more than a diagnosis or a “label” and that you can lead a life you always wished to lead.
Domestic Abuse
(219) 245-5711
Verified
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Domestic Abuse
You may not have realized it, but you just took the first step towards bettering your life. Whether you are here seeking therapeutic support or looking for professional coaching services, get started today and discover how you can live an inspired and empowered life. ICHANGE understands the negative stigma of mental illness within our society and as a result of that stigma, many never reach out for help. It is our goal to ensure the quality of care provided allows clients to feel as though they are more than a diagnosis or a “label” and that you can lead a life you always wished to lead.
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Alicia Thomas
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW Verified
Verified
Alicia Thomas, LCSW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, whose goal is to assist her clients in finding strength, courage, and happiness. Alicia specializes in working with tweens and teens, and adults specifically in the areas of grief and loss/trauma, and anxiety/depression. Her true passion is helping individuals realize their full potential and helping them create fulfilling possibilities for their future.
Domestic Abuse
(586) 474-4067
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Domestic Abuse
Alicia Thomas, LCSW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, whose goal is to assist her clients in finding strength, courage, and happiness. Alicia specializes in working with tweens and teens, and adults specifically in the areas of grief and loss/trauma, and anxiety/depression. Her true passion is helping individuals realize their full potential and helping them create fulfilling possibilities for their future.
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Erica Garcia
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LLMFT, (She, They) Verified
Verified
I am a trauma and relational therapist whose work centers and affirms people and their experiences in relation to themselves, others, and their environments. I welcome couples, partners, families, and individuals from all backgrounds and support those who have experienced personal, systemic, and relational difficulties due to traumatic life events. As someone with marginalized and privileged identities, your identities matter to me and I prioritize and offer space to talk about issues related to power and oppression. My goal is to create a space in our work together where you feel safer, accepted & heard.
Domestic Abuse
(248) 750-8958
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Domestic Abuse
I am a trauma and relational therapist whose work centers and affirms people and their experiences in relation to themselves, others, and their environments. I welcome couples, partners, families, and individuals from all backgrounds and support those who have experienced personal, systemic, and relational difficulties due to traumatic life events. As someone with marginalized and privileged identities, your identities matter to me and I prioritize and offer space to talk about issues related to power and oppression. My goal is to create a space in our work together where you feel safer, accepted & heard.
Mary Insalaco
Counselor, MA, LLPC, NCC Verified
Verified
There are many challenging life events that can leave you feeling overwhelmed, unable to sleep, having a hard time starting or getting through the day, all without improvement. You may have experienced trauma. You may had multiple losses of significant people, relationships or employment. You may have turned to drugs, alcohol, sex to help you cope but these are having a negative effect in your life. Overall, you may not feel like "yourself."
Domestic Abuse
(269) 421-5084
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Domestic Abuse
There are many challenging life events that can leave you feeling overwhelmed, unable to sleep, having a hard time starting or getting through the day, all without improvement. You may have experienced trauma. You may had multiple losses of significant people, relationships or employment. You may have turned to drugs, alcohol, sex to help you cope but these are having a negative effect in your life. Overall, you may not feel like "yourself."
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Carolyn G Brown
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW Verified
Verified
Carolyn is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who works with clients of all ages in problem areas of ADHD, Anxiety, OCD, Parenting, Trauma, ASD, Abuse,Domestic Violence, PTSD, Issues of Gender Identification and Depression. An experienced clinician with more than 18 years of work in Psychotherapy, she is sensitive to cultural differences that influence every client's values, language, and sense of self. She uses Cognitive Behavioral Techniques, with an emphasis on Psycho-education based on sound science, a dash of common sense, and a compassionate delivery.
Domestic Abuse
(800) 693-1916
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Domestic Abuse
Carolyn is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who works with clients of all ages in problem areas of ADHD, Anxiety, OCD, Parenting, Trauma, ASD, Abuse,Domestic Violence, PTSD, Issues of Gender Identification and Depression. An experienced clinician with more than 18 years of work in Psychotherapy, she is sensitive to cultural differences that influence every client's values, language, and sense of self. She uses Cognitive Behavioral Techniques, with an emphasis on Psycho-education based on sound science, a dash of common sense, and a compassionate delivery.
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Sierra Hillebrand
Limited Licensed Psychologist, MA, LLP Verified
Verified
Pregnancy, birth and postpartum adjustment are an exciting time, but can also include anxiety, worry, and feelings of deep vulnerability. New parents may experience significant, and sometimes unexpected, challenges with regard to balancing personal and professional roles, identity changes, relationships and developing confidence as a parent. Counseling can be invaluable to help you transition through this time with ease, and get your family off to the best possible start.
Domestic Abuse
(734) 619-6515
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Domestic Abuse
Pregnancy, birth and postpartum adjustment are an exciting time, but can also include anxiety, worry, and feelings of deep vulnerability. New parents may experience significant, and sometimes unexpected, challenges with regard to balancing personal and professional roles, identity changes, relationships and developing confidence as a parent. Counseling can be invaluable to help you transition through this time with ease, and get your family off to the best possible start.
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Laird Walker
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LLMSW Verified
Verified
I have worked in the mental health field with adolescents and adults across the spectrum of race, ethnicity, gender, class, and sexual identity for 7+ years, particularly in educational settings. Seeking emotional support or meaningful change speaks to the strength and insight we all inherently possess. I practice honoring the insights clients have about the world as they see it, and partner with you to understand what it is you hope to see and do differently in your life.
Domestic Abuse
(269) 222-7448
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Domestic Abuse
I have worked in the mental health field with adolescents and adults across the spectrum of race, ethnicity, gender, class, and sexual identity for 7+ years, particularly in educational settings. Seeking emotional support or meaningful change speaks to the strength and insight we all inherently possess. I practice honoring the insights clients have about the world as they see it, and partner with you to understand what it is you hope to see and do differently in your life.

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Domestic Abuse Therapists
If you're looking for help with domestic abuse in Creston, Grand Rapids or for Creston, Grand Rapids domestic abuse counseling, these therapists provide confidential support for spousal abuse or for individuals and couples in an abusive relationship. They include domestic abuse therapists, domestic abuse psychologists and domestic abuse counselors. A therapist can help with child abuse in Creston, Grand Rapids, emotional abuse, passive aggressive behavior, sexual abuse and domestic violence in Creston, Grand Rapids. A therapist can identify the signs and causes of Creston, Grand Rapids domestic abuse, discuss intervention and refer victims to domestic abuse shelters.

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

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