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"In the 30 plus years I have worked as a psychologist, the most frequent comment I hear from clients is that they appreciate my warmth, plainspoken feedback, and practical suggestions for change. I have worked effectively with people of all ages, orientation, and ethnicity over a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression, and health related problems. Treatment interventions I have used over the years include cognitive behavioral techniques, traditional counseling, biofeedback, hypnosis, and family therapy among others. I look forward to talking with you!"
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"In the 30 plus years I have worked as a psychologist, the most frequent comment I hear from clients is that they appreciate my warmth, plainspoken feedback, and practical suggestions for change. I have worked effectively with people of all ages, orientation, and ethnicity over a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression, and health related problems. Treatment interventions I have used over the years include cognitive behavioral techniques, traditional counseling, biofeedback, hypnosis, and family therapy among others. I look forward to talking with you!"
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"Practicing therapy since 2002, with children, adolescents, families and adults, I have been able to consistently use clinical experience to find flexible solutions even when others have burned out. With honest and direct feedback, I provide a safe and compassionate environment for clients to grow and make positive changes. I will be forthright about difficult decisions and work tirelessly to find the best, if not easiest, solutions. My consistent concern for the client, rich clinical background, high ethical standards, and willingness to tackle difficult tasks have allowed me to improve clients' emotional and behavioral stability."
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(616) 244-2218
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"Practicing therapy since 2002, with children, adolescents, families and adults, I have been able to consistently use clinical experience to find flexible solutions even when others have burned out. With honest and direct feedback, I provide a safe and compassionate environment for clients to grow and make positive changes. I will be forthright about difficult decisions and work tirelessly to find the best, if not easiest, solutions. My consistent concern for the client, rich clinical background, high ethical standards, and willingness to tackle difficult tasks have allowed me to improve clients' emotional and behavioral stability."
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"There has been a major shift for men in our culture. In a previous generation it was considered wise to "cut off" from your emotional self. That style is no longer effective for men. Today men are seeking greater self-awareness. They need to be more aware of their emotions so that they can navigate relationships with strength and wisdom. I have a relaxed style and I believe humor is a part of the healing process. I am interested in helping men move from distress, confusion and pain to clarity, peace, and self-acceptance."
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(616) 208-4814
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"There has been a major shift for men in our culture. In a previous generation it was considered wise to "cut off" from your emotional self. That style is no longer effective for men. Today men are seeking greater self-awareness. They need to be more aware of their emotions so that they can navigate relationships with strength and wisdom. I have a relaxed style and I believe humor is a part of the healing process. I am interested in helping men move from distress, confusion and pain to clarity, peace, and self-acceptance."
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"I work as a therapist because I believe we can experience real healing in our lives. The broken world in which we live frequently leaves scars and wounds. And we often wound others. As a Christian therapist I believe God heals significantly. I work with Christians and non Christians alike with respect for individual values and beliefs. Therapy begins with developing a respectful, trusting relationship. The client and therapist begin a journey to enable the client to reconcile, their past, their present, and their beliefs. It can enable them to work toward future goals successfully."
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"I work as a therapist because I believe we can experience real healing in our lives. The broken world in which we live frequently leaves scars and wounds. And we often wound others. As a Christian therapist I believe God heals significantly. I work with Christians and non Christians alike with respect for individual values and beliefs. Therapy begins with developing a respectful, trusting relationship. The client and therapist begin a journey to enable the client to reconcile, their past, their present, and their beliefs. It can enable them to work toward future goals successfully."
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"I 've been in private practice since 1997. Throughout that time I have continued to expand on my knowledge and develop specialties in play therapy, working with the LGBTQ community, substance abuse, and trauma including PTSD. I work with clients experiencing anxiety and depression. I see each client as unique and feel honored to join them in their journey towards health and wellness. I am affiliated with organizations that keep me abreast of evidence-based practices for the unique situations that clients bring to therapy."
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(616) 312-2470
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"I 've been in private practice since 1997. Throughout that time I have continued to expand on my knowledge and develop specialties in play therapy, working with the LGBTQ community, substance abuse, and trauma including PTSD. I work with clients experiencing anxiety and depression. I see each client as unique and feel honored to join them in their journey towards health and wellness. I am affiliated with organizations that keep me abreast of evidence-based practices for the unique situations that clients bring to therapy."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, LLC
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"I am dedicated to using my education, specialized training and extensive clinical expertise to guide clients in creating the life they desire and deserve to live. I am passionate about collaborating with clients and using evidenced based practices to increase healthy connections to self, life and others. Using Interactive Practices for Healing We, together, design a effective "blue print" for living which restores relationships, increases joy and decreases suffering."
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(616) 918-3422
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"I am dedicated to using my education, specialized training and extensive clinical expertise to guide clients in creating the life they desire and deserve to live. I am passionate about collaborating with clients and using evidenced based practices to increase healthy connections to self, life and others. Using Interactive Practices for Healing We, together, design a effective "blue print" for living which restores relationships, increases joy and decreases suffering."
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"Feeling stuck in your life, work or relationships? Do you want help making your marriage better?-Improving your relationship with your children, or boss? Are you dealing with trauma or grief? As today's pace of life continues to accelerate, it's easy to become overwhelmed and addicted to coping habits like social media, disordered eating, alcohol, drugs and other compulsive behaviors in an attempt to "numb out"! Sound familiar? If you want to take back the "authorship" of your one and only precious life, let me help! You can learn new habits and ways of thinking which can bring back a sense of aliveness and vitality to your life!"
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(616) 920-0676
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"Feeling stuck in your life, work or relationships? Do you want help making your marriage better?-Improving your relationship with your children, or boss? Are you dealing with trauma or grief? As today's pace of life continues to accelerate, it's easy to become overwhelmed and addicted to coping habits like social media, disordered eating, alcohol, drugs and other compulsive behaviors in an attempt to "numb out"! Sound familiar? If you want to take back the "authorship" of your one and only precious life, let me help! You can learn new habits and ways of thinking which can bring back a sense of aliveness and vitality to your life!"
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"Hello! I’m a licensed clinical social worker with 30+ years of experience. I have worked in school social work, foster care, adoption, adolescent residential treatment, crisis assessment at Pine Rest Hospital, and outpatient treatment. I have been in private practice for 14 years. It is my privilege to listen to, and be with, people in their stories. Making sense of our narrative is a fundamental component to a healthy mind and spirit. And making peace with our perfectly imperfect, and unique version of humanity is essential for our emotional life and our thought space. It would be my privilege to hear your story. Peace, Amy"
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(616) 208-4611 x111
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"Hello! I’m a licensed clinical social worker with 30+ years of experience. I have worked in school social work, foster care, adoption, adolescent residential treatment, crisis assessment at Pine Rest Hospital, and outpatient treatment. I have been in private practice for 14 years. It is my privilege to listen to, and be with, people in their stories. Making sense of our narrative is a fundamental component to a healthy mind and spirit. And making peace with our perfectly imperfect, and unique version of humanity is essential for our emotional life and our thought space. It would be my privilege to hear your story. Peace, Amy"
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"I am a licensed clinical social worker. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Hope College and Master’s degree from Loyola University of Chicago. I have wide-ranging experience working with all ages regarding crisis intervention, trauma, depression, anxiety and adjustment related issues. I lived in the North Carolina woods where I worked with at-risk youth in a behavioral therapy program as well as a residential mental health setting with adolescents. I have extensive experience working with adults struggling with depression, anxiety, postpartum depression, and adjustment to illness in a hospital setting. "
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(616) 213-1918
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"I am a licensed clinical social worker. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Hope College and Master’s degree from Loyola University of Chicago. I have wide-ranging experience working with all ages regarding crisis intervention, trauma, depression, anxiety and adjustment related issues. I lived in the North Carolina woods where I worked with at-risk youth in a behavioral therapy program as well as a residential mental health setting with adolescents. I have extensive experience working with adults struggling with depression, anxiety, postpartum depression, and adjustment to illness in a hospital setting. "
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"Many aspects of talk therapy are helpful. One aspect I particularly appreciate is helping my clients find their voice. It is through hearing ourselves talk that we define what we think, believe and feel. When we are able to put words to our feelings, we learn who we are and are better able to manage our response to problems and conflicts."
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(616) 773-2749
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"Many aspects of talk therapy are helpful. One aspect I particularly appreciate is helping my clients find their voice. It is through hearing ourselves talk that we define what we think, believe and feel. When we are able to put words to our feelings, we learn who we are and are better able to manage our response to problems and conflicts."
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"Kerry Hart is a Couple and Family Therapist working from a systemic approach. Kerry helps her clients understand their pasts and helps shape their futures by pointing out patterns that have developed in her client's lives, as well as within their families, and family history. Kerry received her Master's in Family Therapy from Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA and is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT). Kerry enjoys working from a client centered perspective, with individuals, couples, families, teens, and adults."
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(616) 298-3169
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"Kerry Hart is a Couple and Family Therapist working from a systemic approach. Kerry helps her clients understand their pasts and helps shape their futures by pointing out patterns that have developed in her client's lives, as well as within their families, and family history. Kerry received her Master's in Family Therapy from Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA and is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT). Kerry enjoys working from a client centered perspective, with individuals, couples, families, teens, and adults."
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"I work with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families on a wide range of personal and family-adjustment concerns. Some people have a clear idea of the problem at the outset. Others simply feel troubled and are having difficulty coping with daily challenges. In all cases, I begin with a close consideration of what is known about the difficulty and of factors that may have contributed to its development. In doing so, I encourage a spirit of collaboration in identifying a treatment focus that includes utilization of personal strengths and capabilities necessary to reestablish a better sense of overall wellbeing."
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(616) 209-4151
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"I work with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families on a wide range of personal and family-adjustment concerns. Some people have a clear idea of the problem at the outset. Others simply feel troubled and are having difficulty coping with daily challenges. In all cases, I begin with a close consideration of what is known about the difficulty and of factors that may have contributed to its development. In doing so, I encourage a spirit of collaboration in identifying a treatment focus that includes utilization of personal strengths and capabilities necessary to reestablish a better sense of overall wellbeing."
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"Marlene L. Lathrop, LMSW, BCD, a licensed Clinical Social Worker, Board Certified by the American Board of Examiners in Clinical Social Work, specializes in Couples'/Marital; "Women Who Love Too Much"; depression/anxiety; low self-esteem & Emotional Manipulations. Considered warm, "real" and supportive, Marlene focuses on helping you problem-solve, take action, and reach your goals. She also makes her insight and skills available to individuals, families and groups. Marlene has written articles published in national magazines; "Women's Lifestyle"; featured in the Grand Rapids Press; and a column for college "Standout" magazine."
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(616) 920-0354
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"Marlene L. Lathrop, LMSW, BCD, a licensed Clinical Social Worker, Board Certified by the American Board of Examiners in Clinical Social Work, specializes in Couples'/Marital; "Women Who Love Too Much"; depression/anxiety; low self-esteem & Emotional Manipulations. Considered warm, "real" and supportive, Marlene focuses on helping you problem-solve, take action, and reach your goals. She also makes her insight and skills available to individuals, families and groups. Marlene has written articles published in national magazines; "Women's Lifestyle"; featured in the Grand Rapids Press; and a column for college "Standout" magazine."
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"One of the most important aspects in counseling is the rapport between a client and therapist. That is why I'm offering new clients a free 15 minute telehealth therapy "meet and greet". Counseling is a proactive step whether you're struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief or loss. Facing our current crisis has made life even more challenging and it is important to care for our physical, emotional, relational and mental well being. "
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(616) 957-9112 x32
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"One of the most important aspects in counseling is the rapport between a client and therapist. That is why I'm offering new clients a free 15 minute telehealth therapy "meet and greet". Counseling is a proactive step whether you're struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief or loss. Facing our current crisis has made life even more challenging and it is important to care for our physical, emotional, relational and mental well being. "
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"If you are feeling plagued by distressing symptoms or are experiencing dissatisfaction with your life or relationships, psychotherapy can offer new ways of thinking and connecting. I work with adults, adolescents, couples, and families to develop new and deeper understandings of symptoms and patterns to effect lasting change. I will work with you to help build an understanding of how current and past events, emotional experiences, and relationships shape your life. I believe that by understanding these patterns and gaining new skills, you can live and relate to others in more satisfying ways."
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(616) 236-2802
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"If you are feeling plagued by distressing symptoms or are experiencing dissatisfaction with your life or relationships, psychotherapy can offer new ways of thinking and connecting. I work with adults, adolescents, couples, and families to develop new and deeper understandings of symptoms and patterns to effect lasting change. I will work with you to help build an understanding of how current and past events, emotional experiences, and relationships shape your life. I believe that by understanding these patterns and gaining new skills, you can live and relate to others in more satisfying ways."
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"I am Dr. Mikhila Wildey, and I am a clinical psychologist and couples therapist who is committed to helping couples build long-lasting and resilient relationships. The foundation of my approach is to build a trusting, connected relationship with each couple I work with, as this will serve as the basis for the work we do together. I use evidence-based approaches to couples therapy, and I tailor my treatment approach to each couple’s own goals and needs for treatment. I strongly believe every couple can benefit from couples therapy - whether it is to help with existing challenges or to strengthen an already stable relationship."
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(616) 239-3189
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"I am Dr. Mikhila Wildey, and I am a clinical psychologist and couples therapist who is committed to helping couples build long-lasting and resilient relationships. The foundation of my approach is to build a trusting, connected relationship with each couple I work with, as this will serve as the basis for the work we do together. I use evidence-based approaches to couples therapy, and I tailor my treatment approach to each couple’s own goals and needs for treatment. I strongly believe every couple can benefit from couples therapy - whether it is to help with existing challenges or to strengthen an already stable relationship."
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"I am passionate about helping people live to their fullest potential and well versed in treating a variety of issues that people face. I am an empathetic listener and will show you how to be actively involved in the therapeutic process. I use an individualized approach to treatment because everyone has their own unique set of challenges. If you have a drive to change, I will help you make positive changes in your life and achieve your goals."
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(616) 552-4134
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"I am passionate about helping people live to their fullest potential and well versed in treating a variety of issues that people face. I am an empathetic listener and will show you how to be actively involved in the therapeutic process. I use an individualized approach to treatment because everyone has their own unique set of challenges. If you have a drive to change, I will help you make positive changes in your life and achieve your goals."
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"My therapy style involves meeting the clients where they are at psychologically. It is important to help the client identify what their struggles entail, and together we discover ways to reach their goals. The key is the client's perceptions and thoughts about their life. This perception influences their behavior. Together we can explore their feelings and develop workable strategies to clarify their issues. I rely on the client's strengths and insights to produce necessary support and build a healthy life on their terms. Clients gain an improved sense of their identity and a better process to attain their goals."
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(616) 219-8768
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"My therapy style involves meeting the clients where they are at psychologically. It is important to help the client identify what their struggles entail, and together we discover ways to reach their goals. The key is the client's perceptions and thoughts about their life. This perception influences their behavior. Together we can explore their feelings and develop workable strategies to clarify their issues. I rely on the client's strengths and insights to produce necessary support and build a healthy life on their terms. Clients gain an improved sense of their identity and a better process to attain their goals."
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"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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(616) 541-5812
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"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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"Vulnerability: while rewarding, can be daunting. It is not easy to let someone into your internal landscape and I deeply value the possibility of learning yours. My name is Sam and I work with clients to become intimately comfortable with the buried, hidden, and beautifully impactful aspects of themselves. Giving these aspects refuge and support to become known leads to a deeper understanding of oneself and greater harmony within. I work with clients in regards to identity, purpose, hope and sustainable change, connection to self, others, and environment. "
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(616) 236-2946
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"Vulnerability: while rewarding, can be daunting. It is not easy to let someone into your internal landscape and I deeply value the possibility of learning yours. My name is Sam and I work with clients to become intimately comfortable with the buried, hidden, and beautifully impactful aspects of themselves. Giving these aspects refuge and support to become known leads to a deeper understanding of oneself and greater harmony within. I work with clients in regards to identity, purpose, hope and sustainable change, connection to self, others, and environment. "

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Marriage Counseling Therapists
If you're looking for marriage counseling in 49546 or for a 49546 marriage counselor these professionals provide marriage counseling services. They include marriage and family counselors in 49546 (or sometimes referred to as 'marriage family counselors' or 'family marriage counselors') and Christian marriage counselors. These counselors are licensed and are drawn from the best in their field.


How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 49546 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 49546 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 49546 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 49546 or family therapy in 49546.