Stress, PTSD and Anxiety Therapists in New Baltimore, MI.

Licensed professional counseling for anxiety, stress, phobias, and panic in New Baltimore, Michigan.


Anxiety Counselor

Thomas Cliff, JD, LMSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Within driving distance of New Baltimore

When stress brings a sense of loss of control, we may experience symptoms far more intense than worry, for example, racing heartbeat, shortness of breath, chest pain, and difficulty thinking of anything but escape from the situation. This experience can cause problems carrying out normal activity. This is anxiety. We will work together to relieve anxiety by practicing self-calming methods and by better self-care. Medication may help relieve symptoms, requiring consultation with a psychiatrist. To achieve longer-lasting relief, we will trace the roots of this problem, looking for traumatic experiences that set the stage for anxiety and finding ways to reduce the power of those beliefs.

Anxiety Counselor

Michael Govan, MA, LLP, LPC, LSGC, EMDR II

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of New Baltimore

Anxiety and Stress are two of my top areas for helping clients. Over the years working in this field, I have picked up many tools and tips to help my clients move from anxious to "Normal" in a fairly short period of time. Many of my clients wonder why they didn't come in years ago and what their lives would have been like without all of these intrusions. One of my tools called EMDR is able to knock out most anxiety producing issues very quickly. Some call it a miracle. Come see for yourself!!!

Anxiety Counselor

Thomas Bruno, LLP

Specialist in Clinical Pyschology

Within driving distance of New Baltimore

The Society in which we live - work, families and relationships produce anxiety and stress in large doses. Thus, I am seeing clients identifying anxiety and stress as symptoms that plague their daily lives. Helping clients to be grounded in their faith and relationships is significant. Sometimes, people are so busy running busy schedules, they fail to take care of themselves. One can't always be giving without rebuilding oneself by doing things which make life feel good to her/him. It is always good to slow down and appreciate life as well as focusing on what is good in one's life rather than focusing on what isn't working. Teaching clients to take care of themselves is significant.

Anxiety Counselor

Stephanie Nofar, MA, LPC, CAADC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of New Baltimore

Everyone has feelings of anxiety and stress at some point in their life... But when those feelings of anxiety become excessive and interfere with your ability to function in daily life at work, school and in relationships, you may need to get help for it! According to the National Institute of Mental Health, anxiety disorders affect 40 million Americans a year. Don't be a victim, be a survivor of anxiety!


You have Found the Top Therapists for Stress, Anxiety, and PTSD in New Baltimore, MI.

Thank you for visiting our Michigan page of stress therapists in New Baltimore, Michigan who are skilled and experienced in dealing with anxiety, worry, and panic in all its forms.  Worry and stress can cause a myriad of physical symptoms and wreck havoc on both our personal life and our relationships. Counseling for stress and PTSD in New Baltimore, MI will give you healthy tools and help you move forward. Let's get started. Reach out to us today, our contact forms are "open" 24/7.

New Baltimore is located in Macomb County, Michigan. It has a land area of 4.60 square miles and a water area of 2.12 square miles.  The population of New Baltimore is 12,354 people with 4,523 households and a median annual income of $77,997. .


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Establishing weekly sessions with a professional therapist is considered affordable in New Baltimore for the average family. While sustaining a commitment to therapy is usually not an issue, if mental health treatment feels like a burden please ask your counselor about accepted insurance plans or sliding scale fees