This service has been developed by the Mental Health Work Group at the University of Michigan - a collective effort devoted to the mental health of UM students. Please use this resource to search for private mental health care providers in the Ann Arbor area.
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I work primarily with University undergraduate and graduate students. I strive to utilize that treatment modality which can most efficiently and successfully reduce or eliminate each client's difficulties. My office is located 1 block from the Michigan Union.
Melissa Richter is a licensed clinical social worker providing individual, family and group therapy to adolescents and young adults. Her areas of expertise include the treatment of substance abuse, adjustment disorders, and mood disorders. Her special focus is the treatment of individuals ages sixteen to twenty-six, who struggle with co-occurring disorders, and who are facing family challenges, le...
I provide a therapeutic environment that is open, compassionate, and supportive. I also value multiculturalism and diversity, and can work with you to explore how your unique cultural, ethnic, gender, sexual, and religious identities are interwoven in influencing who you are and shaping your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
I use an integrative approach that is catered to each specific client, ...
I specialize in working with graduate students, post docs, fellows, and faculty to help them:
--Cope with depression and anxiety
--Navigate and adjust to life transitions
--Manage academic and professional stress
--Develop healthy relationships
--Deal with grief and loss
--Address the impact of trauma on day to day functioning
--Explore the impact of childhood experiences
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I am an in network provider for many insurances not listed below and work on a reduced fee basis where needed, including situations with a high deductible/copay.
Finding harmony between our mind and body is one of lifeâ€™s greatest pursuits. This balance allows us to live the life that we want and deserve. I offer support with test anxiety, stress management, anxiety, and traumatic experiences. I currently accept Meridian, Aetna, BCBS,BCN, McLaren, Private Pay and Out of Network as well.
Adolescent, Child, and Adult psychotherapist/psychiatrist/psychoanalyst. Focus is on listening and working with patient to clarify and elucidate concerns and areas of "stuck-ness" and provide treatment of appropriate intensity and duration.
Did one year of practicum training at CAPS; internship at UM Psychological Clinic. I do contemporary psychodynamic therapy, both short-term and long-term, along with some CBT. I enjoy working with undergrads and grad students. I can work out-of-network with some insurance providers.
I am trained in EMDR approach to therapy and am in the process of becoming fully certified (as well as an approved EMDRIA consultant). I utilize emotion focused, analytical, and somatic interventions to evoke your body's natural internal healing process and reveal your true self. My approach targets the important relationship between mind and body. I place a large emphasis on holistic processes in...
I have been in practice for more than 40 years, seeing individuals and couples for short and long term counseling. I am certified in IMAGO Relationship Therapy and in EMDR.
Specialty areas include anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, life transitions, LGBTQ issues, loss and grief, ACOA, family of origin issues.
I accept BCN, UM Premiere Care, Grad Care, BCBS, Aetna and Medicare. I have ...
I draw from various treatment approaches to offer understanding and practical feedback to help clients address both current life challenges and long-standing issues.
One size therapy does not fit all. My focus is to join with each client to help identify and achieve their therapeutic goals; to find resolution to their personal concerns.
I see both men and women struggling with symptoms of depress...
I enjoy partnering with clients to use your strengths to address issues in your life. I have worked with a diversity of clients for over 20 years in small and large cities. As our therapeutic conversation unfolds, I use eclectic treatment approaches that make sense for your situation. In addition to the specialties listed below, I work with clients on the Autism Spectrum, with Aspergers Syndrom...
I specialize in working with college students in my practice and completed a fellowship at Harvard University in college mental health.
Though I am skilled in a wide variety of concerns, I have a special interest in working with people when they are facing major decisions and changes in their lives, whether in a relationship or career choice.
Other areas of my interest and expertise include:...
Interested in working with a broad range of people including LGBT and minority students. Medication management plus psychotherapy that is eclectic but based on evidence based methods. Treatment for: ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, and other conditions.<br />
I help sharpen moment-to-moment awareness, employing creative in-session experimentation (e.g., focused breathing and empty-chair technique) as appropriate. I have particular experience with issues of transition (relationship, employment, school, identity, etc.).
Miriam Jaffa, L.M.S.W., provides evaluation and psychotherapy services in an outpatient, private practice setting. She works with a wide range of mental health-related issues, treating children, adolescents, adults, couples and families.
Services Provided: Diagnostic Assessment; Individual Therapy for Children, Teens & Adults; Couples Counseling; Sex Therapy; Family Therapy; Parent Guidance; and...
Lotus Consulting specializes in working with college students and staff.
With many years of experience working with general and specialized mental health as well as decades of working with mindfulness based approaches, Lotus helps clients find more focus, satisfaction, joy, clarity and calm in their life, working with thought patterns, behaviors and ineffective coping as well as internal and exte...
Psychodynamic orientation with a very common sense approach. Approach varies depending on client need. Treatment methods include long-term & short-term solution-focused therapy, traditional "talk therapy" and more contemporary cognitive behavioral techniques and time management help. I am an In-network provider for most in and out-of-state Blue Cross Blue Shield plans. For other insurance plans,...
Steven Rubin, Ph.D. trained at the University of Michigan and has worked with UM students in his private practice for the past twenty years. His approach to therapy includes a collaboration with each client to decide the best way to solve problems and achieve desired goals. Dr. Rubinâ€™s specialties include adjustment to college, depression, anxiety, family concerns, relationship issues, academi...
I work with college-age young adults as well as older students, staff, and faculty with the objective of alleviating the stress, anxiety, or depression that can sometimes occur within the university environment. I have an informal style and, while taking the importance of our interaction seriously, believe that the process neednâ€™t always be earnest; humor has value as well. My sliding scale fe...
We have a group practice of nine clinicians, who utilize cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic and other approaches. We take time to ensure you are scheduled with the clinician who is a good fit for you.
I have 50 years of experience treating children, adolescents, and adults using several psychotherapeutic approaches, including short-term solution-focused therapy, cognitive-behavior therapy, family-systems therapy, hypnotherapy, and psychoanalytic therapy. My work is integrative and includes alternative healing practices based on Tai Chi. I have developed evidence-based wellness and pain manageme...
My goal is to tailor our work to your specific needs and comfort levels, since your life and struggles are unique. It can be difficult to find a good fit with a therapist. But this is most important, since our therapeutic relationship is key to creating the best environment in which you can explore issues and achieve your goals, whatever they may be. I enjoy a more relaxed style, and facilitate a...
The individuals, couples, and families with whom I work are generally interested in understanding and addressing not only certain specific, emergent problems such as those associated with adjustment and relationship difficulties, depression, and anxiety, but also the underlying thoughts, feelings, and behavioral and relational patterns that have contributed to the development of these emergent pro...
I view therapy as a place for healing, improving your life and relationships, and becoming a better version of yourself. I work with children, teens, adults, and families. I consider myself a generalist and am open to working with a variety of people and issues. However, my particular interest is working with those suffering from anxiety, depression, trauma, and mood disorders. I draw from a varie...
If you are depressed, anxious, or canâ€™t feel excited by things, or have major relationship or underachievement problems, therapy can really help. With 25 years in the field, I have helped many students overcome problems like these.
Fully licensed psychologist providing individual outpatient psychotherapy. Significant experience treating chronic pain, depression, anxiety, life transition, trauma, eating disorders, health concerns, chronic pain, grief and loss, bariatric. My practice integrates a variety of approaches and is informed by mindfulness theory and practices.
I have been in practice for several decades, mostly as a full-time psychotherapist. I take an eclectic approach to psychotherapy, although there is always a component of learning to understand yourself and your reactions as a way to gain self-control over whatever difficulty you are experiencing.
I have an active cognitive-behavioral approach, and I often work with college students on the autism spectrum. My other specialities are alleviating general and social anxiety, improving management of moods, and addressing psychological blocks to academic performance.
Dr. Camero-Sulak has an interactive style and draws on various helpful therapy techniques depending on your needs and wishes (leading with Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy). While considering you to be the expert in your life, she views the therapeutic relationship as a collaborative one based on compassion, safety, trust, and guidance. You will learn: More about yourself; How your thoughts, emotions,...
I worked at U of M CAPS for 17 years and have extensive experience working with college students. I approach therapy from an interpersonal, client centered, strength-based and systems perspective within the context of multicultural and social justice awareness.
Given the current political climate and increase of acts of oppression and violence especially toward minority and international stud...
I have worked as a therapist in the college population for 13 years. I have an integrative approach to therapy that focuses on the things I believe shape us, including our families of origin and our attachments to them, our social experiences, our traumatic experiences, our motivations, and our ways of thinking sbout ourselves, others, and the world. I see older adolescents, adults, and couples, a...
I utilize an integrative approach drawing from humanistic, interpersonal, cognitive behavioral and mindfulness-based approaches to best meet the needs of my clients. I specialize in helping individuals address concerns related to anxiety, depression, academic stress (including the dissertation process), and LGBTQIA identity concerns. I also specialize in working with individuals with eating & bod...