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Counseling Services In Clinton Township


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Business Listing   Action Counseling Clinic - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 792-5260


Business Listing   Alternatives for Healthy Living - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 790-2610


Business Listing   Browne Malachy MD - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 263-1234


Business Listing   Catanese Counseling - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 468-4455


Business Listing   Catholic Services of Macomb - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 416-2300


Business Listing   CLOR Linda ACSW - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 228-8838


Business Listing   Cloud Jack LPC - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 263-3880


Business Listing   Compassion Pregnancy Center - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 783-2229


Business Listing   Croci Cheryl CHT - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 263-3199


Business Listing   Eastwood Clinics - Outpatient- Clinton Township - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 792-5335


Business Listing   Henry Ford Behavioral Services - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 226-7007


Business Listing   Hollenkamp Patricia Phd PC - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 263-5030


Business Listing   Interventions - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 792-0710


Business Listing   Macomb Family Services Inc - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 226-3440


Business Listing   Michelle Robinson Malpc - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 226-9723


Business Listing   New Oakland Child-Adolescent & Family Center - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 412-5321


Business Listing   Paul John F Phd Clinical Psychologist - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 791-9330


Business Listing   Pearson Patricia M LLP - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 416-6463


Business Listing   Renewal Christian Counseling and Ministry Center PLLC - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 783-2950


Business Listing   Scholl Sara RN MA LPC - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 228-2122


Business Listing   Stieber Darlene A PhD - Clinton Township, MI - Phone: 1 (586) 228-7562


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Helpful Definition for: Counseling Services

Career and psychological counseling services in Clinton Township help both individuals and organizations realize their full potential. Career planning programs include: identifying transferable skills and accomplishments, determining motivating skills, exploring interests and values, developing personality profiles, identifying organizational styles, identifying best career fields and developing a research plan. Psychotherapy is provided for individuals experiencing life changes in their careers, families and private lives. When clients hit a bump in the road, experts assist them by helping them examine underlying issues. They also work with individuals experiencing other changes and disappointments in life such as divorce, death and other losses. They focus on the transitions in life so they become transforming.

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