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"I have been in practice for more than 30 years. I work with people of all ages and with a broad range of problems. I also teach family physicians and medical students consequently, I am experienced in working with people who are dealing with the effects of an acute or chronic medical problem in their life and on their relationships. I have training and experience in family therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative therapy and mindfulness based stress reduction.I have worked extensively with children and adolescents on problems stemming from ADHD and resulting in behavioral concerns."
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"I have been in practice for more than 30 years. I work with people of all ages and with a broad range of problems. I also teach family physicians and medical students consequently, I am experienced in working with people who are dealing with the effects of an acute or chronic medical problem in their life and on their relationships. I have training and experience in family therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative therapy and mindfulness based stress reduction.I have worked extensively with children and adolescents on problems stemming from ADHD and resulting in behavioral concerns."
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"Welcome! My approach with clients is based on their individual needs. I used evidence-based practices to help clients identify and achieve their goals. I want my clients to feel empowered and ready to succeed. I believe strongly in the power of self-compassion and working toward balance in our lives."
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"Welcome! My approach with clients is based on their individual needs. I used evidence-based practices to help clients identify and achieve their goals. I want my clients to feel empowered and ready to succeed. I believe strongly in the power of self-compassion and working toward balance in our lives."
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"Counseling can feel like an intimidating prospect, sharing your heart and mind with a stranger in hopes of finding something better, something different. Whether you're struggling to find an identity in the chaos of life, anxious about tomorrow, or feeling stuck and hopeless, having your own personal GPS through a counseling relationship can make a huge difference between driving in circles or discovering vitality and joy in the journey. "
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"Counseling can feel like an intimidating prospect, sharing your heart and mind with a stranger in hopes of finding something better, something different. Whether you're struggling to find an identity in the chaos of life, anxious about tomorrow, or feeling stuck and hopeless, having your own personal GPS through a counseling relationship can make a huge difference between driving in circles or discovering vitality and joy in the journey. "
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"My ideal client would be a person hoping to heal their trauma that they have encountered in life and would like to use EMDR, (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) in order to do so. "
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"My ideal client would be a person hoping to heal their trauma that they have encountered in life and would like to use EMDR, (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) in order to do so. "
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""Shame dies when stories are told in safe places." This quote, beautifully stated by Ann Voskamp, couldn't be more true. I believe in creating a safe & trusting environment for my clients to ensure every individual's unique experiences can be shared in a space designed to engender comfort, acceptance, & respect. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I have extensive training & experience working with those who have had one or multiple traumas in their life & are struggling to move forward. Whether dealing with past trauma, the stressors of life, grief, or challenging relationships, I am here to listen, & I am here to help."
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""Shame dies when stories are told in safe places." This quote, beautifully stated by Ann Voskamp, couldn't be more true. I believe in creating a safe & trusting environment for my clients to ensure every individual's unique experiences can be shared in a space designed to engender comfort, acceptance, & respect. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I have extensive training & experience working with those who have had one or multiple traumas in their life & are struggling to move forward. Whether dealing with past trauma, the stressors of life, grief, or challenging relationships, I am here to listen, & I am here to help."
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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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"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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"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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(616) 920-0891
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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 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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"People often seek therapy following life changes where customary ways of coping are no longer sufficient to meet the demands of their world. I consider the focus of my work as a therapist the development of a safe and trusting relationship where I can help a person discuss difficult feelings as well as identify problematic interpersonal patterns that may be getting in the way of personal goals and successful relationships. I then work closely and collaboratively with my client to develop creative and effective ways to move past these roadblocks."
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(616) 537-8219
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"People often seek therapy following life changes where customary ways of coping are no longer sufficient to meet the demands of their world. I consider the focus of my work as a therapist the development of a safe and trusting relationship where I can help a person discuss difficult feelings as well as identify problematic interpersonal patterns that may be getting in the way of personal goals and successful relationships. I then work closely and collaboratively with my client to develop creative and effective ways to move past these roadblocks."
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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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"Hello! My many years of work in the child welfare system have given me a unique perspective when it comes to therapy. I enjoy counseling a wide range of people and situations such as couples, young adults seeking life skills direction, individuals suffering from anxiety & depression, school aged children and families. I believe in giving every client personal attention by being available between sessions by phone for support when needed. I also believe all people can strive to achieve their hopes and dreams when given life skills and encouragement, by helping to remove obstacles that hinder healthy growth and development."
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"Hello! My many years of work in the child welfare system have given me a unique perspective when it comes to therapy. I enjoy counseling a wide range of people and situations such as couples, young adults seeking life skills direction, individuals suffering from anxiety & depression, school aged children and families. I believe in giving every client personal attention by being available between sessions by phone for support when needed. I also believe all people can strive to achieve their hopes and dreams when given life skills and encouragement, by helping to remove obstacles that hinder healthy growth and development."
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"Welcome! I am Emily. I enjoy working with children, adolescents, young adults, couples and families. I have a specialized focus in trauma work, specifically treating trauma across the lifespan. This involves addressing the past in order to help clients live a fuller and more balanced life in the present and future. I believe that all stages of life come with unique challenges and counseling can equip people with the proper tools to face life’s difficulties with confidence."
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"Welcome! I am Emily. I enjoy working with children, adolescents, young adults, couples and families. I have a specialized focus in trauma work, specifically treating trauma across the lifespan. This involves addressing the past in order to help clients live a fuller and more balanced life in the present and future. I believe that all stages of life come with unique challenges and counseling can equip people with the proper tools to face life’s difficulties with confidence."
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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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"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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"Melanie Hogeterp LMSW is a clinical social worker serving children, teens, and adults who are in distress. Her mission is to provide a safe, nurturing environment for her clients to disarm defenses, practice new skills, increase emotional literacy, and build competencies. She works with individuals and families to process traumas and reduce distress and with parents to add to their toolbox of parenting skills. Melanie's approach to treatment is based in attachment theory and she employs a variety of practice techniques as they apply to the needs of her clients including: CBT, EMDR, Play Therapy, Theraplay, Art Therapy."
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"Melanie Hogeterp LMSW is a clinical social worker serving children, teens, and adults who are in distress. Her mission is to provide a safe, nurturing environment for her clients to disarm defenses, practice new skills, increase emotional literacy, and build competencies. She works with individuals and families to process traumas and reduce distress and with parents to add to their toolbox of parenting skills. Melanie's approach to treatment is based in attachment theory and she employs a variety of practice techniques as they apply to the needs of her clients including: CBT, EMDR, Play Therapy, Theraplay, Art Therapy."
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"If you were told you did not matter growing up, through actions or words, this will have an impact on your ability to recognize your worth. Growing up in a home with alcohol abuse, homophobia, emotional abuse, or excessive criticism can lead to feelings of worthlessness, shame, and self hatred. You may seek validation from others and fear their disapproval. This often leads to putting others needs before your own. Not understanding your worth, you may struggle following your dreams or have a career where you feel overworked and under valued. You deserve the confidence to feel in control in your life. "
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"If you were told you did not matter growing up, through actions or words, this will have an impact on your ability to recognize your worth. Growing up in a home with alcohol abuse, homophobia, emotional abuse, or excessive criticism can lead to feelings of worthlessness, shame, and self hatred. You may seek validation from others and fear their disapproval. This often leads to putting others needs before your own. Not understanding your worth, you may struggle following your dreams or have a career where you feel overworked and under valued. You deserve the confidence to feel in control in your life. "
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"TELEHEALTH IS AVAILABLE - COVID 19 has become too much and you need to talk to someone from your home rather than leave. You often feel shut out, confused, trapped, irritated, depressed and/or anxious. You feel alone and disconnected. You find yourself trying to escape and don't feel like you can. You are managing relationships that normally you can leave the situation and get away from and now you can't. You want to feel more calm in this difficult time. You don't have to walk through this time alone. "
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"TELEHEALTH IS AVAILABLE - COVID 19 has become too much and you need to talk to someone from your home rather than leave. You often feel shut out, confused, trapped, irritated, depressed and/or anxious. You feel alone and disconnected. You find yourself trying to escape and don't feel like you can. You are managing relationships that normally you can leave the situation and get away from and now you can't. You want to feel more calm in this difficult time. You don't have to walk through this time alone. "
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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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"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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"An ideal client is someone who is motivated to look deeply at sources of strengths and limitation. They understand that change takes place in relationship and that a therapeutic relationship can support and challenge such change. This client is aware that lasting change takes work and time."
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"An ideal client is someone who is motivated to look deeply at sources of strengths and limitation. They understand that change takes place in relationship and that a therapeutic relationship can support and challenge such change. This client is aware that lasting change takes work and time."
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"Looking for help for your kids? I specialize in working with children who have been through a traumatic experience or major life adjustment (divorce, big move, etc). Parents want to know that their children are healthy, physically and emotionally. They want to know they're parenting their kids well. I believe that ALL parents want what's best for their kids, and that sometimes we all need some help figuring out how to best help our kids. Especially if they're going through something really hard like big life changes, bullying, or some type of abuse."
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"Looking for help for your kids? I specialize in working with children who have been through a traumatic experience or major life adjustment (divorce, big move, etc). Parents want to know that their children are healthy, physically and emotionally. They want to know they're parenting their kids well. I believe that ALL parents want what's best for their kids, and that sometimes we all need some help figuring out how to best help our kids. Especially if they're going through something really hard like big life changes, bullying, or some type of abuse."
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"WE OFFER TELE-THERAPY - BOTH VIDEO AND TELEPHONE-BASED. We find understanding and insight are key to change and growth. We're a group of licensed psychotherapists in Metro Detroit who share a passion for helping others in their journey toward personal growth. Some journeys are brief, others take more time. Under the clinical direction of Franklin Sollars, PhD, LP, our therapists offer confidential and caring treatment for a variety of concerns. Treatment for all ages - children, adolescents, adults and elders, is available. We work together with clients to bring about healing, change in behavior, and new perspectives."
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"WE OFFER TELE-THERAPY - BOTH VIDEO AND TELEPHONE-BASED. We find understanding and insight are key to change and growth. We're a group of licensed psychotherapists in Metro Detroit who share a passion for helping others in their journey toward personal growth. Some journeys are brief, others take more time. Under the clinical direction of Franklin Sollars, PhD, LP, our therapists offer confidential and caring treatment for a variety of concerns. Treatment for all ages - children, adolescents, adults and elders, is available. We work together with clients to bring about healing, change in behavior, and new perspectives."

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If you're looking for a parenting counselor in 49546 or for a 49546 parenting therapist, these professionals provide therapy for parents. They include parenting therapists, parenting psychologists, parenting psychotherapists and parenting counselors. They can help with single parent therapists, 49546 single parenting, parent involvement, child parenting, new parents, parent education and general issues relating to parents and children.

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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.