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Michigan Psychological, P.C. is dedicated to serving the community by providing a wide range of diagnostic and treatment services for children, adults, and families. Our goal is to assist individuals overcome psychological and emotional barriers that prevent them from living happy and healthy lives.

“Services are designed to help cope with life’s demands and daily stressors, as well as improve functioning and help reach one’s fullest potential.”

Michigan Psychological, P.C. treats a variety of disorders and issues including, but not limited to: depression, anxiety, child and adolescent disruptive behavior disorders, family conflict, eating disorders, substance abuse, gender issues, separation or divorce, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, grief and loss, and coping with physical illness.

What to expect?

Engaging in therapy can be a valuable and transformative experience, but the specific outcomes can vary based on individual circumstances, the type of therapy you choose, and your willingness to actively participate in the process. Here are some general expectations you might have from getting therapy:

Emotional Support

Therapy provides a safe and non-judgmental space where you can openly express your thoughts, feelings, and concerns. A therapist is trained to listen and provide emotional support, helping you feel understood and validated.

Insight and Awareness

Through guided discussions and exploration, therapy can help you gain a deeper understanding of your thoughts, behaviors, and emotions. This increased self-awareness can lead to personal growth and better decision-making.  Skill Development: Therapists often teach practical coping strategies, communication skills, and stress management techniques. These tools can help you navigate challenging situations and improve your overall well-being.  

Behavioral Change

If you're seeking therapy to address specific behaviors or habits, such as anxiety, depression, addiction, or relationship issues, therapy can help you identify triggers and develop healthier patterns of behavior.  


Therapists can assist you in identifying and solving problems in your life, whether they are related to your personal life, relationships, or work. They can guide you through the process of breaking down complex issues and finding effective solutions.  

Improved Relationships

Therapy can help you improve your communication and interpersonal skills, which can lead to healthier and more fulfilling relationships with family, friends, and partners.  

Stress Reduction

Learning to manage stress and anxiety is often a focus of therapy. Therapists can teach relaxation techniques and provide guidance on managing the impact of stressors in your life.  

Increased Self-Esteem and Confidence

Working with a therapist can help you develop a more positive self-image, fostering increased self-esteem and self-confidence.  

Trauma Healing

If you've experienced trauma, therapy can provide a structured and supportive environment to process and heal from these experiences.  

Personal Growth

Many people engage in therapy to work on personal development and self-improvement goals. This can involve exploring your passions, setting meaningful goals, and finding a sense of purpose.  

It's important to note that therapy is a collaborative process. Your active participation, honesty, and commitment to the process are key factors in achieving positive outcomes. Also, finding the right therapist who you feel comfortable with and who specializes in the areas you want to work on can greatly influence the effectiveness of therapy.  

Remember that therapy is not a quick fix; it takes time and consistent effort. Some sessions may be challenging as you address difficult topics, but the overall goal is to help you lead a more fulfilling and balanced life.

Read more about some of the evidenced-based practices that we offer:

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)