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Having worked with women for over 14 years in sexual health education, my passion for helping them led me to seek my future in counseling. I carry the Sensuality, Sexuality & Survival certificate empowering me to work with those whose intimacy has been impacted by cancer. This program allows me to work side by side with current cancer fighters, survivors, and their partners in dealing with sexual health-related intimacy.
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Having worked with women for over 14 years in sexual health education, my passion for helping them led me to seek my future in counseling. I carry the Sensuality, Sexuality & Survival certificate empowering me to work with those whose intimacy has been impacted by cancer. This program allows me to work side by side with current cancer fighters, survivors, and their partners in dealing with sexual health-related intimacy.
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Everyone has at least one problem to solve." The "good news" is the solutions you desire reside in you. My goal is to provide you with a safe and comfortable place to discuss these issues. You will gain new insight and tools to move you beyond limiting beliefs and behaviors that have prevented you from reaching your goals. Get ready to experience inner peace, increased stability, and a new momentum to reach your goals.
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Everyone has at least one problem to solve." The "good news" is the solutions you desire reside in you. My goal is to provide you with a safe and comfortable place to discuss these issues. You will gain new insight and tools to move you beyond limiting beliefs and behaviors that have prevented you from reaching your goals. Get ready to experience inner peace, increased stability, and a new momentum to reach your goals.
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I offer comprehensive counseling services and specialize in unrelenting depression, anxiety, life transitions, relationships, advocacy, chronic illness, end-of-life, grief and loss, spiritual counseling, self-awareness and self-determination for those affected by unplanned circumstances. I develop and nurture therapeutic alliances with clients as they navigate life-altering decisions, adjustments, and unfamiliar territory to find meaning and purpose. My mission is to provide each client with a specialized, professional, dedicated counseling alliance and advocacy partnership which enables clients to be the author of their own story.
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I offer comprehensive counseling services and specialize in unrelenting depression, anxiety, life transitions, relationships, advocacy, chronic illness, end-of-life, grief and loss, spiritual counseling, self-awareness and self-determination for those affected by unplanned circumstances. I develop and nurture therapeutic alliances with clients as they navigate life-altering decisions, adjustments, and unfamiliar territory to find meaning and purpose. My mission is to provide each client with a specialized, professional, dedicated counseling alliance and advocacy partnership which enables clients to be the author of their own story.
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Guiding clients to find their true and authentic lives is the primary goal of therapy intervention. As a clinician, I practice from a humanistic approach, which is both trauma-informed and individualized to meet each client's needs. Through compassionate, client-centered methodologies, I work with the client to develop an understanding that allows for healing and growth.
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(517) 200-9962
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Guiding clients to find their true and authentic lives is the primary goal of therapy intervention. As a clinician, I practice from a humanistic approach, which is both trauma-informed and individualized to meet each client's needs. Through compassionate, client-centered methodologies, I work with the client to develop an understanding that allows for healing and growth.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
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I enjoy treating clients of all ages with a variety of mental health concerns. My special areas of interest include grief & loss, geriatric issues, traumatic brain injury, marital and relationship issues, men's issues, depression, and anxiety. I am a llifelong Christian, though interested in other faiths and open to providing faith-based counseling to individuals of varying faith backgrounds. I value diversity and am interested in counseling persons of varying cultural, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds.
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(517) 376-4316
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I enjoy treating clients of all ages with a variety of mental health concerns. My special areas of interest include grief & loss, geriatric issues, traumatic brain injury, marital and relationship issues, men's issues, depression, and anxiety. I am a llifelong Christian, though interested in other faiths and open to providing faith-based counseling to individuals of varying faith backgrounds. I value diversity and am interested in counseling persons of varying cultural, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LLMSW
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Searching for a therapist takes tremendous courage, even if you have experienced therapy before. I would be happy to walk with you on your own personal journey of life & mental health. It is a privilege to help people realize their inner strengths and innate problem-solving skills, even in the darkest of times. My past experience is working on a psychiatric inpatient unit, where I developed my ability to form relationships quickly to support people's recovery. I believe in the power of a strong therapeutic relationship to help people achieve their goals, and value relationships in all realms of life.
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(517) 201-0496
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Searching for a therapist takes tremendous courage, even if you have experienced therapy before. I would be happy to walk with you on your own personal journey of life & mental health. It is a privilege to help people realize their inner strengths and innate problem-solving skills, even in the darkest of times. My past experience is working on a psychiatric inpatient unit, where I developed my ability to form relationships quickly to support people's recovery. I believe in the power of a strong therapeutic relationship to help people achieve their goals, and value relationships in all realms of life.
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I work with individual or groups of adults or children who seek help with issues of grief and loss, anxiety, depression, health concerns, life transitions, addiction and or co-occurring disorders. My role as a professional counselor is to listen and help each client identify strengths & challenges, set appropriate goals and skill-build to reach them. My training is from a cognitive behavioral framework and my approach is holistic. I assist clients in bringing physical, mental emotional and spiritual understanding and balance to their lives.
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(517) 225-1167
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I work with individual or groups of adults or children who seek help with issues of grief and loss, anxiety, depression, health concerns, life transitions, addiction and or co-occurring disorders. My role as a professional counselor is to listen and help each client identify strengths & challenges, set appropriate goals and skill-build to reach them. My training is from a cognitive behavioral framework and my approach is holistic. I assist clients in bringing physical, mental emotional and spiritual understanding and balance to their lives.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, BCD
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Everyone has the capability within themselves to overcome challenges and adversities. Stress and unpleasant life situations can leave people feeling off center and this can create difficulty for them to access their strength and inner resources. I see my job as working with a person in a collaborative manner to help him or her access this inner wisdom and become more centered. I believe in empowering my clients. It takes great courage to come to someone for assistance. A safe and nonjudgmental environment is essential for people to explore their challenges and transform their life. This is an important element in the work that is done. A variety of approaches are utilized in my work with someone, which vary with each individual’s situation. Both in-depth psychotherapy and short-term situation specific approaches can be utilized depending upon the client needs. Therapeutic modalities that are used include cognitive behavioral interventions, psychoeducation, insight oriented, psychodynamic, and ego supportive approaches. In addition, I work with EMDR and other power therapies, when appropriate, for trauma and phobias.
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(517) 292-4127
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Everyone has the capability within themselves to overcome challenges and adversities. Stress and unpleasant life situations can leave people feeling off center and this can create difficulty for them to access their strength and inner resources. I see my job as working with a person in a collaborative manner to help him or her access this inner wisdom and become more centered. I believe in empowering my clients. It takes great courage to come to someone for assistance. A safe and nonjudgmental environment is essential for people to explore their challenges and transform their life. This is an important element in the work that is done. A variety of approaches are utilized in my work with someone, which vary with each individual’s situation. Both in-depth psychotherapy and short-term situation specific approaches can be utilized depending upon the client needs. Therapeutic modalities that are used include cognitive behavioral interventions, psychoeducation, insight oriented, psychodynamic, and ego supportive approaches. In addition, I work with EMDR and other power therapies, when appropriate, for trauma and phobias.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LLMSW
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I became a therapist because I believe everyone is worthy of healing and wellness. With a background in medical social work, my heart lies in working with teens and adults coping with anxiety and depression, disordered eating and body image, chronic illness, medical trauma, and grief and loss. Life throws curveballs and I’m here to be a guide and active listener throughout this process.
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I became a therapist because I believe everyone is worthy of healing and wellness. With a background in medical social work, my heart lies in working with teens and adults coping with anxiety and depression, disordered eating and body image, chronic illness, medical trauma, and grief and loss. Life throws curveballs and I’m here to be a guide and active listener throughout this process.
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I believe in an interpersonal approach to talk therapy that is inclusive of the physical, mental and social vulnerabilities a person may be experiencing. Often, we struggle to see ourselves and others clearly and are looking for the opportunity to be introspective, and insight-oriented therapy may be the answer. Importantly, I recognize and consider cultural and spiritual beliefs, social roles, and personal relationships, which are all factors often proven to lead to depression, anxiety and other mood disorders.
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(517) 436-0224
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I believe in an interpersonal approach to talk therapy that is inclusive of the physical, mental and social vulnerabilities a person may be experiencing. Often, we struggle to see ourselves and others clearly and are looking for the opportunity to be introspective, and insight-oriented therapy may be the answer. Importantly, I recognize and consider cultural and spiritual beliefs, social roles, and personal relationships, which are all factors often proven to lead to depression, anxiety and other mood disorders.
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Susan offers compassion, authenticity and collaboration, providing a supportive space to explore your concerns and discover hope and meaning in times of difficulty and stress. Her approach is strengths-based and solution-focused. She’ll help you discover your inner strengths then choose the appropriate therapy to best achieve the goals you set together. She has experience helping people who struggle with grief, anger management, crisis pregnancy, chronic pain and illness, childhood sexual abuse, separation and divorce, and Reactive Attachment Disorder. She has worked with at-risk teens as well as rape, abuse, and trauma survivors.
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Susan offers compassion, authenticity and collaboration, providing a supportive space to explore your concerns and discover hope and meaning in times of difficulty and stress. Her approach is strengths-based and solution-focused. She’ll help you discover your inner strengths then choose the appropriate therapy to best achieve the goals you set together. She has experience helping people who struggle with grief, anger management, crisis pregnancy, chronic pain and illness, childhood sexual abuse, separation and divorce, and Reactive Attachment Disorder. She has worked with at-risk teens as well as rape, abuse, and trauma survivors.
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As a strengths-based therapist, I help individuals and families identify and use their strengths to work through the many challenges and stresses life brings. I have extensive experience in helping others with complicated grief and loss. My training includes a specialization in relational therapy: satisfying relationships are essential to our well being. I also work with adult survivors of childhood abuse and trauma. When working with children and adolescents, I like to maintain a strong connection with parents or guardians.
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(517) 325-9918
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As a strengths-based therapist, I help individuals and families identify and use their strengths to work through the many challenges and stresses life brings. I have extensive experience in helping others with complicated grief and loss. My training includes a specialization in relational therapy: satisfying relationships are essential to our well being. I also work with adult survivors of childhood abuse and trauma. When working with children and adolescents, I like to maintain a strong connection with parents or guardians.
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** I am currently full and unable to take any new clients.** I believe that healing, growth, and change are possible when people enter into therapy with a willingness to share their truth, feel, and try new things. These positive changes can include a decrease in negative symptoms, increased self-esteem, improved communication skills, and enhanced relationships.
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(517) 305-1768
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** I am currently full and unable to take any new clients.** I believe that healing, growth, and change are possible when people enter into therapy with a willingness to share their truth, feel, and try new things. These positive changes can include a decrease in negative symptoms, increased self-esteem, improved communication skills, and enhanced relationships.
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Stacy is a Licensed Professional Counselor that completed her Undergraduate studies at Siena Heights University with her Bachelor of Arts in Community Services. It was then that she started volunteering her time during her practicum at Ele's Place, a Bereavement Center for children, and started specializing in grief and loss work. Stacy went on to attain her Master of Arts in Counseling in 2009 from Spring Arbor University. She completed her internship at Carefree Medical in Lansing and Mason, MI. Stacy has continued on at Spring Arbor University as a Program Supervisor at the Lansing Site overseeing their Internship Cohort.
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Stacy is a Licensed Professional Counselor that completed her Undergraduate studies at Siena Heights University with her Bachelor of Arts in Community Services. It was then that she started volunteering her time during her practicum at Ele's Place, a Bereavement Center for children, and started specializing in grief and loss work. Stacy went on to attain her Master of Arts in Counseling in 2009 from Spring Arbor University. She completed her internship at Carefree Medical in Lansing and Mason, MI. Stacy has continued on at Spring Arbor University as a Program Supervisor at the Lansing Site overseeing their Internship Cohort.
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My personal mission is to offer a therapeutic atmosphere for an open dialogue between client and therapist. Sessions must be a collaborative effort whether they include individuals or groups. Clients must feel comfortable in conveying their problems openly and honestly in a non-judgmental environment. I believe in offering a therapeutic therapy session each time we meet. My goal is to listen and assist in the goal and treatment planning. Your mental, emotional, and physical health is my top priority of concern.
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(517) 481-2575
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My personal mission is to offer a therapeutic atmosphere for an open dialogue between client and therapist. Sessions must be a collaborative effort whether they include individuals or groups. Clients must feel comfortable in conveying their problems openly and honestly in a non-judgmental environment. I believe in offering a therapeutic therapy session each time we meet. My goal is to listen and assist in the goal and treatment planning. Your mental, emotional, and physical health is my top priority of concern.
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People can find the support they need during the planned and unplanned changes life brings. I believe as difficult situations arise, these challenges can be understood as opportunities for gaining purpose and a more meaningful understanding of our self as well as in our relations with others.
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(517) 682-0455
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People can find the support they need during the planned and unplanned changes life brings. I believe as difficult situations arise, these challenges can be understood as opportunities for gaining purpose and a more meaningful understanding of our self as well as in our relations with others.
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Although we have little control over the hand that life deals us, I believe in the hope that it is never too late to heal, to learn new and more effective behaviors...to create the life that you always dreamed of living. What does it take to get there? What is holding you back? Those answers lie within each one of us. I believe in creating an environment that balances just the right amount of acceptance and change...one that is safe, nonjudgmental, and validating.
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(517) 721-7763
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Although we have little control over the hand that life deals us, I believe in the hope that it is never too late to heal, to learn new and more effective behaviors...to create the life that you always dreamed of living. What does it take to get there? What is holding you back? Those answers lie within each one of us. I believe in creating an environment that balances just the right amount of acceptance and change...one that is safe, nonjudgmental, and validating.
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We all face difficult times in life and can often feel very overwhelmed. Especially during these trying times. Need to speak with someone about life troubles without the backlash or fear of judgment? I could be the therapist for you. It is my belief that a therapeutic relationship requires understanding of communication styles, cultural sensitivity, and simply what works best for each individual client. You are the director of your life journey. Along this journey I can offer guidance with new coping skills, increased positive perspective, better self esteem ect.
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(517) 436-0237
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We all face difficult times in life and can often feel very overwhelmed. Especially during these trying times. Need to speak with someone about life troubles without the backlash or fear of judgment? I could be the therapist for you. It is my belief that a therapeutic relationship requires understanding of communication styles, cultural sensitivity, and simply what works best for each individual client. You are the director of your life journey. Along this journey I can offer guidance with new coping skills, increased positive perspective, better self esteem ect.
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Counseling is an opportunity to learn more about yourself and to experience deep, lasting change. I develop a unique therapeutic relationship with each client, and work to promote healing and improved well-being with compassion, sensitivity, and understanding. Whether things just need a little fine-tuning, or your situation feels unmanageable and chaotic, I can guide and empower you to move to a more fulfilling place in your life and your relationships.
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(517) 489-3425
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Counseling is an opportunity to learn more about yourself and to experience deep, lasting change. I develop a unique therapeutic relationship with each client, and work to promote healing and improved well-being with compassion, sensitivity, and understanding. Whether things just need a little fine-tuning, or your situation feels unmanageable and chaotic, I can guide and empower you to move to a more fulfilling place in your life and your relationships.
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I have been a practicing clinical psychologist for the past 25 years, working in the areas of psychotherapy, assessment, rehabilitation, and crisis counseling. I completed a doctoral degree program in Clinical Psychology at Michigan State University, and also engaged in numerous internship experiences focusing on time-limited, and longer-term psychotherapies, inpatient treatment, group psychotherapy, substance abuse, as well as psychological and neuropsychological assessment. All of these experiences deepened my knowledge and understanding of individuals who strive to grow, to heal, and to realize their unique potential.
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(517) 481-2133
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I have been a practicing clinical psychologist for the past 25 years, working in the areas of psychotherapy, assessment, rehabilitation, and crisis counseling. I completed a doctoral degree program in Clinical Psychology at Michigan State University, and also engaged in numerous internship experiences focusing on time-limited, and longer-term psychotherapies, inpatient treatment, group psychotherapy, substance abuse, as well as psychological and neuropsychological assessment. All of these experiences deepened my knowledge and understanding of individuals who strive to grow, to heal, and to realize their unique potential.

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Grief (Bereavement, Loss, Mourning) Therapists
If you're looking for help with grief in Ingham County or for an Ingham County grief therapist, these professionals provide grief counseling and grief support. They include grief therapists, grief psychologists, grief psychotherapists and grief counselors. They can help with grieving, grief stages, stages of grief and grief loss.If you're looking for help with grief therapy in Ingham County or for an Ingham County grief therapist, these professionals provide grief counseling and grief support. They include Ingham County grief therapists, grief psychologists, grief psychotherapists and grief counselors. They can help with Ingham County grieving therapy, grief stages, stages of grief and grief loss.

If you're looking for help with bereavement in Ingham County or for an Ingham County bereavement therapist, these professionals provide bereavement counseling and bereavement support. They include Ingham County bereavement therapists, bereavement psychologists and bereavement counselors.

If you're looking for help with a recent loss in Ingham County of a loved one, or you're feeling a sense of loss, these therapists provide loss counseling and support for you. They include Ingham County loss therapists, loss therapy and loss counselors.

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

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