Therapists in Detroit, MI and Nearby Locations

Find a therapist in Detroit, Michigan that meets your needs. Browse our comprehensive list of affordable and licensed therapists in Detroit to find a professional specializing in counseling people with stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief, and more.

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Tima Tucker
LMSW, Ph.D.
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Wayne, Michigan

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Michigan

Tima Tucker is a Board Certified Integrative Mental Health Practitioner, State Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist, CEO and owner of Tuckerville, LLC, mental health private practice, holding a graduate degree from Wayne State University in Clinical...
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Rebecca Maffetone, LMSW, CAADC, CCS-M received her Bachelor’s of Social Work degree from Michigan State University and Master’s of Social Work degree from Wayne State University with a specialization in Child and Family Therapy. She is also a...
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Livonia, Michigan

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Michigan

Life can be very challenging, so sometimes it takes assistance to become more self-aware and make the changes required to rise above the circumstances. When you come into my office, I will be there to support you through these difficult times and...
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Michigan

My approach to therapy is to help you increase your overall functionality by providing a supportive, safe and confidential environment to discuss feelings and issues, to deal with what we find, and move toward something better for you. Having many...
Samantha Piro
MA, LLPC, RYT200
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Michigan

As a small child I believed myself to be “too sensitive” or “too emotional”. Everything and anything could easily upset me, whether it was from listening to music, hearing people argue, or being playfully teased. I began to adapt the belief...
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Michigan

I help people: People who are feeling stuck, stressed, anxious, worried, upset or burned out. People who are dealing with a variety of difficult emotions and circumstances. I also have experience in women’s issues and helping people who cope with...
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West Bloomfield, Michigan

Life is filled with successes and challenges.  As you navigate through you sometimes realize that your past experiences are interfering with your present moments.  As a survivor of childhood trauma, you might notice that you don’t feel...
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Farmington Hills, Michigan

Accepting new clients! Are you struggling with shame, vulnerability and the feeling of 'never being good enough'? Do you feel disengaged from life, your loved ones, and sick of watching moments pass you by? Have you spent all your time making sure...
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Michigan

Anyone can get out of alignment at any point in time. This can manifest physically, mentally, emotionally and/or spiritually. Similarly, the relationship you have with yourself and others can impact your quality of life. Through increased awareness,...
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Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Michigan

Passion. Joy. Purpose. These are the three key ingredients that I bring to my work. My approach to therapy and coaching is engaging and interactive. Research shows that the relationship between the therapist and the client is the most important...
Alison Maples
L.P.C, MA, ATR
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Royal Oak, Michigan

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Michigan

As a counselor and an art therapist, I try to integrate the two separate disciplines, but can also separate them for those who aren’t interested in both. My goal is to connect with others and get a better understanding of them as a whole being to...
Melissa Engle
L.P.C, MA
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Royal Oak, Michigan

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Michigan

If my clients had to describe me in 3 words, it would be these: authentic, trustworthy, and caring. I have over 22 years of experience as a mental health professional with advanced training in psychology, counseling and trauma-informed care. I...
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Michigan

I received my clinical psychology PhD in 1999 from Long Island University after a rigorous, seven year clinical training program. . Post graduate school, I spent the first two years of my career working in a school setting conducting private therapy...
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Utica, Michigan

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Michigan

Alicia Jackson has been in Mental Health field for 12 years. She's a proud graduate of Wayne State University, with a Master's in Counselor Education concentrating in School and Community Counseling. She is a certified School Counselor and has...
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Clinton Township, Michigan

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Michigan

Dalton is a Limited Licensed Psychologist (LLP) and earned her Master’s degree from the Michigan School of Professional Psychology, in addition to being a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAADC). Dalton is currently accepting new...
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Farmington Hills, Michigan

I assist clients who suffer with Depression, Grief/Loss, Anxiety, ADHD, Relationship Problems, Trauma, and Life Transitions. I am also a Nationally Certified School Psychologist, with expertise in helping families support their child's developmental...
Jean Agnello
MA, LLP
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Utica, Michigan

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Michigan

It is hard to talk about oneself, however, This is my second career and my passion, Human Beings and our Behaviors. I work both in the office and Use Tel-therapy with Wentworth and Associates of Utica Mi. My Supervisor is Lawrence Wentworth PhD. I...
Leticia Berg
MA, TLLP
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Oak Park, Michigan

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Michigan

Hi, I'm Leticia Berg. I am a psychotherapist working in private practice at Arbor Wellness Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan and at the Relationship Institute in Royal Oak, Michigan. I am currently conducting all therapy session via online video. I...
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Michigan

It feels like no matter how hard you try you will never be good enough. Others see you as successful, but you think you are hardly getting by. You wish you felt a broader sense of connection in your relationships, but it feels scary to be authentic...
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West Bloomfield Township, Michigan

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Michigan

Hey Mama... Tired of faking it? It's OK to not be OK! Quarantine sucks... Quarantine with kids and possibly working from home, seriously? SO STRESSFUL! If you need support and a sane adult to talk to - I'm here! No expectations. No judgement. No...
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I am a psychotherapist with over 25 years experience in the mental health field. I am EMDR trained, and a certified trauma professional. I offer a combination of warmth, and solution focused treatment. I specialize in working with Eating Disorders,...
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Commerce Charter Township, Michigan

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Michigan

My goal is to provide a safe and confidential relationship where we can explore the issues that concern you and come up with ways to make your life enjoyable and high functioning. I have 19 years of experience working with diverse populations and a...
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Clinton Township, Michigan

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Michigan

Opening up can be a difficult struggle, but I am confident that I provide a safe place where one can be their authentic self. As a compassionate and empathetic therapist, I have an innate ability to listen and make people feel heard. If you’re...
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Huntington Woods, Michigan

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Michigan

I bring a wide variety of experiences and different approaches to solving problems to my work as a therapist. I used to treat problems in the emergency room as a physician and then in hospice. I now bring that experience and a wide variety of...

Finding Mental Health Professionals in Detroit, Michigan

Known as one of the cultural centers of the Midwest due to its contribution to music, art, and architecture, Detroit is the largest city in Michigan. Nationwide, it is the 23rd most populous city with 673,104 living there as of 2017- although if you count the metropolitan area it is home to more than 4.3 million. Unfortunately, these figures reflect a sharp decline in Detroit’s population over the past few decades. The disappearance of manufacturing and industrial jobs has had a huge impact on the region.

This has had widespread effects not only on those who worked in those fields but also on the city due to the dwindling population that left many homes and commercial buildings abandoned. High rates of poverty and additional problems are real issues for the city, sometimes leading to other concerns. It is all too common for mental health to be affected by social problems. This disruption in the city’s economy has left many residents in poverty and at risk for mental health issues due to worry and stress.

Tackling the City’s Mental Health Concerns

A report from the CDC reported that between the years 1999 and 2016, the suicide rate in Michigan increased by 33%. With Detroit being the major population center of the state, it is a primary place to start tackling this problem. According to this same report by the CDC, factors that contribute to this problem are relationship issues, substance abuse, and other health problems. Being able to provide resources for those who may be at risk for suicide and give them access to the physical and mental health care they may need is an important first step in tackling this growing problem. Having the chance to connect with qualified mental health professionals within Metro Detroit will play a pivotal role in stopping this troublesome trend.

If you are seeking help and guidance for issues including stress, depression, or other conditions that are adversely affecting your daily life, we can help with your search for a therapist or mental health professional in Detroit. Our goal is to help connect you with a professional that fits in with your life and schedule.

Although it can be difficult to admit you need help, asking for support is a brave step forward toward a better future. When the time is right for you to find a therapist in the Detroit area we want to be there to make the search easy. The beginning of your search should start with questions about what your own needs are and what you are hoping to get out of the process.

Beginning Your Search

To find someone who can help you, you first need to consider why it is you are looking for additional assistance and what you want to accomplish with a professional. If you can pinpoint the issues you are dealing with, or at least provide a picture of your unique circumstances, a therapist or other mental health professional will be better able to assist and suggest different methods of treatment. And because you will be working so closely with the mental health professional, thinking about your communication preferences and styles may also be a good thing to think about ahead of time. Here is a list of questions you can start with- these are by no means comprehensive but provide a good starting point:

  • What kind of experience do you want to have and what are you trying to gain by speaking with a professional?
  • Does the gender of the therapist matter to you? Are you more comfortable with a male or a female, or does it even matter to you?
  • What length of time do you have to devote to the process?
  • Are you suffering from a very specific problem (such as an eating disorder) that might be better to see a specialist about?

These questions will hopefully shed some light on what you do and don’t need. It will help narrow down your search for the right mental health professional for you which is such a critical part of developing the rapport needed to work together.

Therapy and Your Insurance Provider

Sometimes the specific therapist you see may be dictated by the health insurance coverage that you have. For example, your provider might have a network of mental health professionals that you will need to choose from if you want the provider to cover any or all the costs. Therefore, it is a good idea to reach out to your health insurance company to ask which therapists and services are accessible within the rules of your health plan.