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for Therapists in Detroit, Michigan Therapists, Counselors & Psychologists

TherapyTribe is a community of specialists with the experience and expertise to address a broad spectrum of therapeutic needs with a personalized, comfort-first attitude. Browse our directory of professional profiles, therapist blogs, and informational articles to learn more about how our therapist community can help you address your individual mental health needs. Detroit has many of the nation's top mental health professionals. Search the list below to find a therapist that is right you.
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Stable Meadows and Stable Wellness Center

Dr. Angela Spiers

We offer both general counseling services as well as a specific bariatric behavioral health program dedicated to supporting individuals with Eating Disorders and issues related to disordered eating. Doctoral-level and masters level trained professionals.

3.83 miles from
48201


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Counseling and Resource Center of Dearborn

Our goal at Counseling & Resource Center of Dearborn is to meet your counseling and psychological needs. Whether you are looking for support through a challenging situation, coping with a chronic condition, or moving in a new direction in your life, we will help you to achieve your goals.

10.68 miles from
48201

2881 Monroe Street Suite 201-A Dearborn, Michigan 48124

t: 313-359-1977

f: 313-730-1677

w: Counseling and Resource Center of Dearborn

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dr. steven frank, ph.d., Psychologist

searching for a therapist or marriage counselor online? not easy. is it? if you are ready for straightforward therapy, text or call.

10.68 miles from
48201

23400 michigan avenue, suite 503 Dearborn, Michigan 48124

t: 3135623660

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Center for Relationship and Sexual Health

"Relationships and sex are a big part of your life, I help people make them the best parts of their lives. Couples and individuals suffering from sexual shame, sexual dysfunction and communication problems do not have to live this way when there is help available."

10.88 miles from
48201

25600 Woodward Suite 215 Royal Oak, Michigan 48067

t: 248-399-7447

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Georgia Carpenter, MA, LMFT, Therapist

Are you looking for a therapist to work with you on personal issues, relationship difficulties, or your child/teen's behavior? Give me a call. My goal for you is that by working together, you will discover the tools you already possess to improve your life and experience positive change.

10.88 miles from
48201

811 N. Main Street, Suite 102 Royal Oak, Michigan 48067

t: (248) 880-7382

w: www.carpenterg.com

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Relationship Institute

At the Relationship Institute, we have been helping individuals (children, teens and adults), couples and families create healthy, fulfilling relationships for over 20 years. Our staff of 17 seasoned, caring therapists - female and male - can help you create satisfying, long-term relationships.

10.88 miles from
48201

27172 Woodward Avenue Royal Oak, Michigan 48067

t: 248 546 0407

f: 248 548 1925

w: Relationship Institute

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Amy Kinner, LMSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist

I view therapy as not only an opportunity to learn techniques to manage and cope with symptoms of depression and anxiety, but also as a journey of self exploration, awareness/understanding, and growth.

11.07 miles from
48201

26789 Woodward Ave Suite 109 Huntington Woods, Michigan 48070

w: www.amykinnerlmsw.com

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Dr. Victoria D. Coleman, EdD, LCPC, CCMHC, MAC, SAP, Licensed Professional Counselor

Why Are You So Angry?

A former tenured professor at Purdue University, I have held positions in mental health, social services, criminal justice, food & beverage, and transportation, including American Airlines, the State University of New York, and EAP organizations, among others.

12 miles from
48201

2000 Town Center Southfield, Michigan 48075

t: 313-986-1275

f: 708-405-4105

w: The Anger Doctor, Dr. Victoria D. Coleman

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Dr David Monroe, Psy D LPC, Counselor/Therapist

Find hope for your relationships, achieve personal growth, and overcome past problems. Dr. Monroe will help you discover the cause of your problems and guide you to an effective solution. With over 20 years of counseling experience I can help individuals and couples from variety of backgrounds.

12.08 miles from
48201

26505 West Chicago Road Redford, Michigan 48239

t: 313 937-4673

w: Hope Counseling Center

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Melva and Jesse Johnson, LMSW and MA, Clinical Social Work/Therapist

Hello, we are Melva Thomas Johnson and Jesse Johnson. We are a couple who are married and have been working together for over 30 years. We know the ups and downs of relationships from our personal and professional experience. We have learned, practiced and taught others the tools and strategies tha

13.29 miles from
48201

29488 Woodward 329 Royal Oak, Michigan 48073

t: 2485471180

w: www.mfgmarriage.com

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Detroit
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Detroit, Michigan has some of the top mental health and addiction treatment services in the nation, including the Henry Ford Behavioral Health Services program, one the largest academic mental health programs in the world.

Detroit is a young city, its median age hovering around 30. This younger set are also at the highest risk for the city's leading mental health crisis: substance abuse and addiction. The Detroit Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality reports that the city exceeds the national average for substance-related emergency services visits by more than 25 percent, with the number of incidents growing every year since 2005. Though the largest number of emergency room visits involve patients between the ages of 45 and 54, the 18 to 24 demographic have the highest percentage of ER visits.

Pharmaceuticals and illicit drugs lead the city's substance abuse and addiction problems, including the use of these substances in suicide attempts. As a result, Detroit's mental health services community has put a significant amount of effort and research into better addiction and depression treatment methodology. Research centers like those through the Henry Ford Health System dedicate themselves to harm-reduction programs that have been recognized by the American Psychiatric Association, among other organizations.

When you're searching for the right therapist, consider how far you're willing to travel and what kind of care environment you find the most helpful. Would you prefer to join a support group, or would you rather work one-on-one with a professional in his or her private practice? Do you have a specific issue, such as anxiety or chemical dependency that you wish to address, or do you feel that you would benefit more from general counsel? Searching by specialty and zip code will help you make a more informed choice about your mental health care professionals.

Self-education is one of the most valuable tools you have in your search for the right therapist among Detroit's extensive mental health professionals community. Take the time to learn important terminology and explore different approaches to common mental health issues such as depression, substance abuse and anxiety. This knowledge will create a solid foundation for your pursuit of care and help you communicate with mental health professionals.

Mental health services are accessible for people of all levels of income and housing stability. Detroit-area therapists often offer free consultations to help you identify your mental health needs and the specialists who can address those needs. In addition, they will let you know what type of health insurance programs they accept.

From emergency services to long-term mental health care and counseling, Detroit has many excellent resources for people of all ages and levels of need. TherapyTribe connects you with mental health experts who are eager to share the latest knowledge in their field so you can live a happier, healthier life, no matter what city you call home.