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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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"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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"Most often the goal coming into therapy is to find relief and decrease symptoms. Some may come to gain skills to get through challenging life situations and transitions. The skills learned in therapy can be applied for you to use throughout your life and will support long term positive change. The change occurs as we become aware of our life story and the patterns that unfold. In this process we gain more awareness and understanding of the self in relation to others. It is my passion to walk alongside you on the path of self-discovery as your story unfolds and you gain personal meaning."
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"Most often the goal coming into therapy is to find relief and decrease symptoms. Some may come to gain skills to get through challenging life situations and transitions. The skills learned in therapy can be applied for you to use throughout your life and will support long term positive change. The change occurs as we become aware of our life story and the patterns that unfold. In this process we gain more awareness and understanding of the self in relation to others. It is my passion to walk alongside you on the path of self-discovery as your story unfolds and you gain personal meaning."
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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 seem 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 seem 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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""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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"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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"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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"Are you feeling overwhelmed, depressed, or anxious? Having a hard time communicating effectively with others? Making the decision to seek professional help is a difficult task. I am hoping that this information helps you in making that decision. I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and have worked in private practice since earning my PhD in 2004. I enjoy my job immensely and I work diligently to provide a comfortable, open environment for my clients with an emphasis on collaboration. We will work together to try to reach your goals so you can ultimately enjoy a better quality of life."
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"Are you feeling overwhelmed, depressed, or anxious? Having a hard time communicating effectively with others? Making the decision to seek professional help is a difficult task. I am hoping that this information helps you in making that decision. I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and have worked in private practice since earning my PhD in 2004. I enjoy my job immensely and I work diligently to provide a comfortable, open environment for my clients with an emphasis on collaboration. We will work together to try to reach your goals so you can ultimately enjoy a better quality of 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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"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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"Have a cup of tea or coffee. Sit back, and maybe even wrap in a blanket. Take this time to go wherever you need to go emotionally, knowing this is a judgment free room. As your therapist, I will not be able to solve your problems for you. Actually, I would not want to even if I could. I do not presume that I have answers to your problems, or that my way is the best or only way. I fully believe that you have the answers you need within you, we just need to uncover them. I will walk with you for as long as you want and need. "
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"Have a cup of tea or coffee. Sit back, and maybe even wrap in a blanket. Take this time to go wherever you need to go emotionally, knowing this is a judgment free room. As your therapist, I will not be able to solve your problems for you. Actually, I would not want to even if I could. I do not presume that I have answers to your problems, or that my way is the best or only way. I fully believe that you have the answers you need within you, we just need to uncover them. I will walk with you for as long as you want and need. "
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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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"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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"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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"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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"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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"I can be most helpful with clients who want relief, who are struggling with life changes, or who want to focus on personal growth. Symptoms can include anxiety, depression, and relationship issues. I bring to the process understanding, encouragement, and clinical practice skills attuned to your needs. At times it is important to seek assistance and support in coping, making changes, or finding your way through a difficult experience. Please call or email with questions about getting started."
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"I can be most helpful with clients who want relief, who are struggling with life changes, or who want to focus on personal growth. Symptoms can include anxiety, depression, and relationship issues. I bring to the process understanding, encouragement, and clinical practice skills attuned to your needs. At times it is important to seek assistance and support in coping, making changes, or finding your way through a difficult experience. Please call or email with questions about getting started."
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"While life can bring great joy and success - it can also bring sadness and worry. It is in these times that a counselor can be most beneficial. I would be glad to provide you with a safe place to open up and explore the challenges you've faced. I believe that healing is possible and that life really can get better. Together, we can process how difficult life has been and we can begin to build hope and healing for your future."
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"While life can bring great joy and success - it can also bring sadness and worry. It is in these times that a counselor can be most beneficial. I would be glad to provide you with a safe place to open up and explore the challenges you've faced. I believe that healing is possible and that life really can get better. Together, we can process how difficult life has been and we can begin to build hope and healing for your future."
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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 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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"Adolescence and young adulthood are both life stages that can be overwhelming and confusing. Trying to navigate the demands of school, work, social relationships, and family dynamics can be both emotionally and physically draining and lead to symptoms of depression, anxiety, and at times bring out frustration; even anger. "
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"Adolescence and young adulthood are both life stages that can be overwhelming and confusing. Trying to navigate the demands of school, work, social relationships, and family dynamics can be both emotionally and physically draining and lead to symptoms of depression, anxiety, and at times bring out frustration; even anger. "
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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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"Does life have you feeling stressed or overwhelmed? Are you having trouble achieving your goals? Maybe you have an idea what the road block is, or maybe you'd like to talk things through to see what that road block could possibly be. The good news is, you don't have to navigate all of it on your own. When we work together, you'll always be in the "driver's seat" but I'd love to be a helpful passenger who's able to pass you some tools along the drive."
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"Does life have you feeling stressed or overwhelmed? Are you having trouble achieving your goals? Maybe you have an idea what the road block is, or maybe you'd like to talk things through to see what that road block could possibly be. The good news is, you don't have to navigate all of it on your own. When we work together, you'll always be in the "driver's seat" but I'd love to be a helpful passenger who's able to pass you some tools along the drive."
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"I provide a warm, non-judgmental, open, and trauma informed environment that allows individuals to learn and grow in the counseling process. Throughout my career I have been involved in many community systems and organizations and have found joy in the private practice setting. I also believe in the counseling process and acknowledge the importance of the therapeutic relationship."
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"I provide a warm, non-judgmental, open, and trauma informed environment that allows individuals to learn and grow in the counseling process. Throughout my career I have been involved in many community systems and organizations and have found joy in the private practice setting. I also believe in the counseling process and acknowledge the importance of the therapeutic relationship."

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