Depression Therapists in Grand Rapids, MI

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Maggie May Meister
LPC Intern, CCM
Verified
I work with adolescents and adults that struggle with Anxiety, Depression , Trauma, Life Transitions, and Self-esteem.
Accepting new patients! It takes a lot of strength and courage to seek out therapy. Life can be challenging at times. My name is Maggie Meister (she/her/hers). I enjoy helping others by creating a safe space, building a therapeutic relationship, listening, understanding, and allowing you to unpack your emotions. As a clinician, I use evidence-based/informed practices to achieve the goals you have set. Our sessions will be from the comfort of your own home on a virtual platform where you can express your emotions and yourself without judgement.
(616) 512-2634 
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Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Offers online therapy
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Julie Holmes Markowski
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified
I work with individuals, couples and families. I work with clients with a variety of concerns including anxiety, depression , coping skills, grief, relationship problems, and trauma. I specialize in working with first responders- including on duty and retired law enforcement, firefighters, paramedics, forensic personnel and dispatchers.
(616) 537-6910 
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Grand Rapids, MI 49506
Offers online therapy
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Mattlyn Edgecombe
Counselor, MA, LLPC
Verified
Life has moments of challenge and overwhelm. It may feel as though you and/or your child are "stuck" and have the inability to see the light in all the darkness. With these moments, we can sometimes experience intense depression , anxiety, mood instability, and lack compassion toward ourselves. It may seem impossible to move forward and live a life worth living. In our work together, our goal is to provide you and/or your child with skills to help reframe and regulate emotions, thoughts, and behaviors to promote overall well-being and have a happier, more fulfilled life.
(616) 523-3557 
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Grand Rapids, MI 49506
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Alyssa Smith
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified
I have a number of years experience working in the mental health field and worked closely with those struggling with depression and anxiety, severe mental illnesses, substance abuse, LGBTQ+ concerns, eating disorders, trauma, and other life challenges.
Welcome! My name is Alyssa Smith and I know that starting therapy can be an intimidating process, but I aim to provide my clients with a comfortable, non-judgmental space to be themselves and process the conflicts going on in their lives. I view therapy as a partnership, one where I can support you to make your own decisions, set your own goals, and be actively engaged in your own treatment process and healing. My goal is to assist clients in coping and processing with all of life’s difficulties, and ultimately live a life full of confidence and fulfillment.
(616) 537-6913 
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Grand Rapids, MI 49525
Offers online therapy
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Beth Reimel
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
Verified
Areas I treat include depression , anxiety, panic attacks, couple conflict, family conflict, stress, life transitions and grief.
When people seek my counseling services, I do not see them as "problems to be fixed," but as people who have become stuck in patterns of behavior and ways of dealing with their feelings that are not helpful. My first goal with my clients is to establish a safe place where they feel understood and free to really "open up." I respect clients' individuality and consequently work together with them for what will best help them achieve a satisfying, productive life. My ultimate goal for my clients is for them to gain self understanding through awareness of what has influenced them so they can choose healthy ways of conducting their lives
(616) 433-2507 
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Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Offers online therapy
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Richard Raubolt
Psychologist, PhD, ABPP
Verified
I have also presented my work on trauma nationally and internationally which has lead to the publication of three distinguished books on anxiety, depression , trauma and panic.
Psychotherapy and counseling are most effective and long lasting when provided with compassion, understanding and hope. I believe in these values strongly. Talking about your doubts, worries and fears with a stranger can be daunting at first. When you are offered an open, responsive dialogue that is nonjudgemental, accepting and respectful this initial discomfort is replaced by a sense of emotional freedom rarely experienced before.Self acceptance and resiliency emerge and grow so that life challenges that before seemed so inhibiting are now met with confidence. I have been honored to witness and participate in these hard work miracles for over 35 years.
(616) 548-6827 
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Grand Rapids, MI 49506
Offers online therapy
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Dana Price
Counselor, MA, LPC, CAADC
Verified
Some of the most common issues I treat are: depression , anxiety, addictions, trauma, and grief.
The decision to begin therapy is a very challenging decision to make. It can also be very scary, which can cause us to remain frozen between the fear of change and the fear of staying the same. I view psychotherapy as an opportunity to face the space between who you are and who you want to be. I offer a laid-back approach to therapy utilizing humor, accountability, warmth, and empathy. In collaborating closely with clients, I work to help them understand themselves better and use that understanding to effect positive change in their lives.
(616) 818-0935 
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Grand Rapids, MI 49506
Not accepting new clients
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Thomas C Fuller
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
I can help with depression , anxiety/panic, anger, stress, self-esteem and chronic illness.
When you are revealing the personal aspects of your life to someone, you want that person to be intelligent, warm and non-judgmental. You also want that person to be knowledgeable and practical. Most people find me to be an open,friendly person with a sense of humor. I am direct and offer practical help in addressing the problems of life. I provide a comfortable environment to help you solve your problems, reach your goals, and learn new skills for managing your life. I have 30 years of experience in helping others with a wide range of life's problems.
(616) 253-3973 
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Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Offers online therapy
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William A. Brandner, MA, LPC
Counselor, MDiv, MA, LPC
Verified
I can help with marriage, kids, parenting, depression /anxiety, grief and loss, life transitions, and stress.
Everybody has issues, grief, disappointment, illness,hurt, confusion, failures, and we can learn to cope, change,and grow no matter what the situation. I offer competent & compassionate counseling for those who seek help. At the moment we all are impacted by the C-19 virus. During this time I can offer phone consultations so don’t hesitate to call me . I am a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors, American Counseling Association,National Board for Certified Counselors (see other credentials and professional certifications.)
(616) 710-4342 
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Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Offers online therapy
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Alex Houseknecht
Limited Licensed Psychologist, MA, TLLP
Verified
Our experiences, positive and negative, shape how we think, feel, and participate in the world. Sometimes we can end up in a place where we feel depressed or anxious, have difficulty in relationships, or lack a sense of identity. I strive to provide a space where all of the things that leave you feeling stuck are welcomed as essential to the process of healing. I will collaborate with you to help manage overwhelming feelings, integrate traumatic experiences, and discover important patterns.
(616) 207-2267 
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Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Not accepting new clients
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Kathleen Marie Weller
Counselor, MA, LPC, NCC
Verified
The majority of my practice is working with women and "women's issues." Many women seek guidance and counsel as they deal with the stages and changes in their lives. Childbirth through menopause, there are challenges that can provoke thought, action or concerns. Trauma from childhood sexual abuse can cause depression and anxiety. I have worked with many women concerning these issues and with couples struggling with latent affects of abuse. I also work with couple marital issues, parenting issues and teens 12 years and older.
(616) 384-4198 
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Grand Rapids, MI 49546
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Steven G Hamming
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
I work best with anxiety, depression , and relational issues.
"My style is warm, genuine and supportive. I am an interactive therapist and will work with you to discover and honor your inner strengths. I am supportive and listen to assist you to find solutions for new life directions, I believe strongly in the client/ therapist relationship."
(616) 818-0477 
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Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Offers online therapy
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Stacey Morgan
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
I specialize in helping those with depression , anxiety, relationship issues, grief/loss, and pregnancy-related concerns.
The search for a therapist can be overwhelming, but it’s a courageous first step toward improving your life and overall well-being. Often, people know they are not happy, but they need some help to discover why. Since the success of therapy largely depends on how you feel toward your therapist, I strive to create an environment that feels nonjudgmental, safe, and comfortable. I work alongside you in the therapy, guiding you to your own conclusions with thought-provoking questions and comments, rather than telling you what decisions are best for you. Working in that manner helps build confidence in yourself and your decisions.
(616) 344-0928 
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Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Not accepting new clients
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Jim Rossi
Psychologist, PhD, LP
Verified
I enjoy working with individuals struggling with chronic illness, eating disorders, weight loss, anxiety, depression , interpersonal concerns, and general life stress. I understand that it can be extremely stressful to manage emotional or physical health concerns in our fast paced, high pressure society. Throughout my training, I have admired the people I have worked with who are making transitions and want to examine themselves, their past, and their interpersonal environment to make changes that work for them.
(616) 326-3249 
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Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Offers online therapy
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Alyssa Albright
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified
You are brave. You are important. You are special. You are valued. You have taken the hardest step, and have sought out help. I am so glad you are here. It is my pleasure to be on this journey to healing with you. I work with individuals and groups, teenagers through adulthood, in all the stages and phases of life. I help to treat anxiety, addiction, depression , life transitions, relationship struggles, stress and communication issues with focused listening and healthy coping skills.
(616) 577-7622 
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Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Offers online therapy
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Andrea Lynn Sulak
Limited Licensed Psychologist, LLP
Verified
This separation is often experienced through feelings of loneliness, shame, anxiety, depression , anger, low-self esteem and limiting beliefs.
Life can be difficult to navigate. Often we are indoctrinated by others beliefs and don't truly know who we are let alone how to live our lives. When energy gets stuck in the body and mind, whether it's from trauma, painful experiences or everyday stimuli in our lives, it causes patterns of unhealthy thoughts and behaviors.
(616) 201-3633 
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Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Offers online therapy
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Pier Counseling
Counselor, MA, LLPC
Verified
We can work on boundaries, curbing negative self-talk, depression , or anxiety.
Whether you are college-age or retired, unexpected changes in life can crash upon us at any time. They can come in the form of losing a job, toxic relationships, or, unfortunately, the loss of a loved one. These changes can stir up emotions which ultimately affect our abilities to function healthily. If you are a Christian who is going through trials that is testing your faith, I can provide counseling from a biblical foundation. If you do not want this, and disregard religion, because of spiritual abuse or for other reasons, I understand and will accommodate.
(616) 201-0642 
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Grand Rapids, MI 49507
Offers online therapy
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Reclaim Life Therapy, PLLC
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified
Are you overwhelmed by life and not sure how to get through another day? Troubled by the past and not sure how to resolve it? Is anxiety, depression , or grief the main feelings you experience on a daily basis? Do you want to be content and free from worry? To enjoy life to it's fullest?
(616) 871-2419 
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Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Offers online therapy
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Alonda Trammell
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LMSW
Verified
I work with issues such as Depression , Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety, Psychotic Disorders, Low Self-Esteem, Panic Disorders, PTSD, Adjustment Disorder, Grief and Lost, Trauma, Crisis Line work Anger Management, Divorce, Life Stressors and Work/Life balance.
I am a licensed Clinical Therapist in Grand Rapids, Michigan. I have been in the field for over 10 years. I practice Solution Focused Therapy using Person Centered approach. My goal is not to change you but to help facilitate the change that you desire.
(616) 205-9544 
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Grand Rapids, MI 49508
Offers online therapy
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Diane Lown
Counselor, MA, LPC, NCC
Verified
I have worked with people managing issues such as depression , anxiety, trauma, abuse, relationships, and many kinds of transitions in life, both big and small.
You are a human being if you have ever felt discouraged, overwhelmed, or stuck. I don't just work with people in crisis. I work with people who want to learn new ways of moving through their problems by developing awareness and understanding. I teach people how to develop self-compassion and engage in new ways of managing problems. Maybe it's not a matter of whether or not you should be able to handle it by yourself. Maybe it's a matter of whether you have to.
(616) 288-2892 
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Grand Rapids, MI 49546
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Depression Therapists
Depressive disorders are characterized by persistent feelings of sadness and worthlessness and a lack of desire to engage in formerly pleasurable activities. Depression is not a passing blue mood, which almost everyone experiences from time to time, but a complex mind/body illness that interferes with everyday functioning. It not only darkens one's outlook, it is commonly marked by sleep problems and changes in energy levels and appetite. It alters the structure and function of nerve cells so that it disrupts the way the brain processes information and interprets experience.

Despite feelings of hopelessness and worthlessness, depression is a treatable condition. It can be treated with psychotherapy by depression therapists in Grand Rapids. As with many illnesses, the earlier treatment begins, the more effective it can be and the greater the likelihood that recurrence can be prevented.

Psychotherapy addresses the thinking patterns that precipitate depression, and studies show that it prevents recurrence. Drug therapy is often helpful in relieving symptoms, such as severe anxiety, so that people can engage in meaningful psychotherapy.