Individual professional guidance utilizing psychological methods.
A form of psychotherapy where a group of people discuss their problematic situations.
A psychotherapy treatment that alleviates the distress associated with traumatic memories and experiences.
A type of psychotherapy for married couples or partners that try to resolve problems in the relationship.
Addiction therapy is a complicated yet manageable illness that includes client, their community.
A form of therapy where play is used as a means of helping children express or communicate their feelings.
Therapists and client discover, discuss, and create goals that align with the clients religious and faith based beliefs.
A tool for helping teens and youth with mental health concerns or those displaying troubling behavior.
Working with people in intimate relationships to nurture change, understanding, and development.
The T.O.V.A (Test for Variable Attention) is a neuropsychological assessment that measures a person's attention and inhibitory control.
Neurofeedback is a direct training of brain function, by which the brain learns to function more efficiently.
Sherrie has spent over 30 years working with families, adults, and youth. Her rich experiences and passion to help others have guided her practice. Sherrie has engaged in significant learning to help people who have experienced trauma. Sherrie has a particular passion to help children, teens, and families involved in foster care and adoption. Sherrie has earned a master's degree from GVSU and SAU. Sherrie is a Licensed Professional Counselor.
It is my personal and professional belief that everyone can discover their most authentic and successful self but may occasionally need assistance in their journey to personal enrichment and empowerment. I have been lucky enough to find those people in my own life, and I consider it an honor to serve that purpose for my clients in a warm, welcoming, yet professional fashion. I respect the individual needs to varying cultural backgrounds and enjoy finding common ground with diverse clientele.
I specialize in substance abuse, behavior, and relational issues in adolescents and young adults, grief and loss, depression and anxiety. I earned a master's degree from SAU and am a Licensed Professional Counselor.
Allison has been counseling for 10+ years and has worked with a wide diversity of individuals. Allison specializes in family systems, couples therapy, LGBTQ, anxiety/depression, and grief. Allison comes from a base of relational support, emotional safety, and helping others gain resilience in their life journey. Allison has earned a master's degree from WMU and is a Licensed Professional Counselor
I believe in a person-centered, empathetic and compassionate approach to the therapeutic relationship. Using evidence based practices applied from a Christian perspective, I will work with you to achieve ongoing and permanent, positive change in your life and relationships. Integrating a faith perspective into the counseling process is something that I think is important for healing. Therapy can be difficult at times and you may be challenged or confronted with change in certain areas but the goal will always be positive personal growth and healing.
Mark is a licensed professional counselor.
I take a person centered approach to counseling, meaning that I meet you where you are. While everyone struggles sometimes, not everyone struggles the same way. I use a variety of approaches believing in helping you find your inner strength through strength based approaches. I have experience working with anxiety, depression, substance abuse, low self-esteem, trauma, young adults, adults, and the LGBTQ+ community. Arlene Donnelly is a LLPC, CAADC, and enforced by the National Board of Certified Counselors (NCC). Arlene is certified to facilitate Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) and SMART Recovery.
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