Farmington Hills, Michigan Therapists

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

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Farmington Hills, Michigan

Are you struggling to connect with your child? Experiencing difficulty navigating whether or not 'it's just a phase' or if their behavior is something more significant? Not sure where to turn because you feel like you've exhausted every consequence...
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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...
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I have received my Master’s Degree in Social Work from Wayne State University and I am currently employed at Bright Spot Counseling in Farmington Hills, as well as at the Jewish Family Services of Detroit, at their Oak Park and West Bloomfield...
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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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Farmington Hills, Michigan

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I know that the change process requires bravery, patience and letting go of some control. In 2005, I moved to Thailand to find new ways to manage anxiety and confront fears while living with monks, in farming villages and traveling. This experience...
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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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West Bloomfield Township, Michigan

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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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West Bloomfield Township, Michigan

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Josephine is a Licensed Masters Social Worker with a Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. She has over 20 years experience treating young adults and seniors using methods customized to the individual including:...
Hillary Nusbaum
LCSW, LMSW
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Bloomfield Township, Michigan

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I have been doing private practice for almost 10 years. Specifically, I serve children, ages 5-18, who suffer from adverse childhood experiences (trauma), anxiety, emotional disturbance, and stress management. I also work with children and adults in...
Steve Helsel
LPC 172
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Northville, Michigan

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I provide individual Batterer’s Intervention (domestic violence) counseling sessions. These sessions are tailored for men ages 18+ who have been convicted of domestic violence. If you are struggling with anger and violence, then this program can...
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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...
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Taking the first step to start therapy can be scary, yet with the support of a safe and nurturing environment, taking that first step can be empowering. Whether you have been thinking about starting therapy for years or recently decided to take the...
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Commerce Township, Michigan

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Liz is passionate about helping people with a variety of issues including: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, substance abuse, anxiety and depression, grief and loss, mental illness, and self-esteem. She uses a wide range of treatment methods...
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Commerce Township, Michigan

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Dr. David Manchel, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist who has been providing psychological treatment for over 25 years. His career has taken him to diverse settings, including both inpatient and partial day units of a psychiatric hospital, a...
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I am a clinical psychologist and owner of Viewpoint Psychology and Wellness. I have had extensive experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. I provide services in individual, group, family, and couples therapy. I specialize in the...
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Commerce Charter Township, Michigan

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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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Livonia, Michigan

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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...
David Sklar
MSW, Ph.D.
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Hello. My name is David Sklar and I live in Oak Park, Michigan along with my wife and 2 boys, 17 and 20. I have been a therapist for over 40 years. I work with a variety of clients. Please feel free to check out my blog on my website at...
Leticia Berg
MA, TLLP
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Oak Park, Michigan

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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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Plymouth, Michigan

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I was trained in the humanistic tradition and graduated from Michigan School of Professional Psychology in 2014. While there, I worked at Common Ground Crisis Center. I then moved on to clinical practice and opened my own practice in 2018, where I...
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Plymouth, Michigan

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I specialize in Anxiety, Trauma and Harm Reduction for Habits and Addictions (food, substances, gambling, etc). I use an eclectic approach to help uncover the possibilities and opportunities that exist within your unique path. Most clients leave...
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Huntington Woods, Michigan

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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...
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Royal Oak, Michigan

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Fear, Overwhelm, Stress and Anxiety are evidence of a well-intentioned struggle to control life from the outside in. Are you living your life from the outside in or the inside out? How would it be for you to finally take charge of the process of...
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Royal Oak, Michigan

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I have a unique and diverse background that affords me the ability to relate to many people in many situations. I have worked in a number of businesses over time, culminating in the ownership of a 500 employee company before retiring at the age of...

An Overview of Mental Health in Farmington Hills, Michigan

A community of 81,154 people and the second-largest city in Oakland County, Farmington Hills, Michigan is an upscale northwestern suburb of Detroit and 20 miles from Ann Arbor. According to Census Bureau estimates from 2017, it is the 12th largest city in the state of Michigan.

In 2015, online financial news publication 24/7 Wall St ranked Farmington Hills 14th in a list of the best cities to live in the United States. Despite its proximity to the Detroit Metropolitan Area, Farmington Hills also ranks consistently as one of the safest U.S. cities.

Farmington Hills Demographics

The median age of residents is 45.1 years, which is slightly higher than the median for the state of Michigan at 39.7 years. Ethnically, the majority of Farmington Hills residents are white at 62.9 percent. The next most represented races are black/African American at 19.6 percent and Asian at 11.7 percent. People identifying as Hispanic represent 2.8 percent of the population of Farmington Hills, and 2.7 percent identify as two or more races.

Farmington Hills is a prosperous area. Its estimated median household income of $71,100 outstrips the median for the entire state of Michigan, estimated at $52,492. Sixty percent of the Farmington Hills population who lives in poverty is white, though that may be because it is the most represented ethnic group. However, the poverty rate of Farmington Hills is relatively low at approximately 8 percent in 2016, compared to about 12 percent for the entire country in the same year.

Approximately 52.4 percent of the Farmington Hills population is female. Female students are most likely to graduate from one of the community’s two institutions of higher learning: Dorsey Business Schools and the Michigan School of Professional Psychology. The two institutions together graduated a total of 101 females and only 14 males in 2015. Ironically, female residents also represent the largest demographic living in poverty.

In 2016, nearly twice as many people in Farmington Hills, at about 29 percent, held a bachelor’s degree than in Michigan as a whole at about 17 percent.

Mental Health Concerns in Farmington Hills

Based on the available data, Farmington Hills is a relatively healthy community both physically and mentally. Nevertheless, every community has its mental health concerns, and Farmington Hills is no exception.

Geography and Climate: With its northerly location and stormy winter weather, Oakland County, where Farmington Hills is located, counts seasonal affective disorder as one of its most common mood disorders. Seasonal affective disorder often correlates with the change of seasons from spring and summer to autumn and winter and is characterized by symptoms of hopelessness, social withdrawal, daytime fatigue, carbohydrate craving and weight gain.

Drug Abuse: Though information for specifically for Farmington Hills is not available, drug abuse is a fairly significant problem for the state of Michigan, with 24.4 drug overdose deaths per 100,000 people in 2016 and 18.5 of them specifically related to opioid use.

Risky Behaviors: HIV diagnoses are relatively high in Oakland County, with 180.2 diagnoses per 100,000 in 2017. Oakland County also demonstrates a moderate to moderately high number of chlamydia diagnoses with 283.4 per 100,000 people.

Divorce Rate: In 2017, there were 7,127 marriages in Oakland County and 3,404 divorces. In other words, for every two marriages that took place in the county there was one divorce. The divorce rate for Oakland County was 5.4 divorces for every 1,000 people, approximately equal with the statewide rate of 5.6.

Mental Health Resources in Farmington Hills

The fact that the Michigan School of Professional Psychology is located in Farmington Hills suggests that the community values and understands the importance of mental health. However, it is not known what mental/behavioral health services, if any, are available from the school itself.

For those who may not be able to afford the costs of treatment, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has put together an online resource for finding free or low-cost mental health care anywhere in the state.

There are both inpatient and outpatient mental health programs located in or near Farmington Hills:

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You Are Not Alone

If you are living with mental illness in Farmington Hills, Michigan, there is no need for you to suffer alone and in silence. Help finding a local therapist or counselor is available through the E-Counseling.com directory.