Counseling in Ann Arbor, MI. Find the Right Therapist.

Safe, effective, and caring. Affordable therapists near you in Ann Arbor, Michigan will help you make the changes you want.

Franklin Sollars, and Associates

Franklin Sollars, and Associates

Licensed Psychologist

3830 Packard, #280, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48108 | 248-613-5377

Franklin Sollars, PhD has been providing counseling/psychotherapy for 30+ years. He is director of practices in Troy, West Bloomfield, Commerce, Plymouth and 7 additional cities in the Metro Detroit area offering individual, couple, family and group therapy for all ages

Andrea Bezaire, MS, LLP

Andrea Bezaire, MS, LLP

Clinical Psychologist

2035 Hogback, #108, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105 | 734-707-7230

I offer therapy from a nonjudgmental, secular viewpoint and have a compassionate and accepting approach to all clients. I specialize in working with those marginalized for sexuality, gender, religious beliefs, and other reasons.

Sheila Burns, MA, LPC, CAADC

Sheila Burns, MA, LPC, CAADC

Licensed Professional Counselor

2723 State Street, Suite 150, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 | 734-794-4737

Are you ready to move forward in your life, free from circumstances and emotions that have held you back? Making the investment in your well being can help you become the person you want to be, living the life you hoped for.

Related Sites:
City of Ann Arbor
Michigan Department of Community Health

Therapy Ann Arbor, MI

Counseling Burns Park, Dickens, Concordia College, Eastern Michigan University

Despite the seemingly small size, Ann Arbor, Michigan contains so many attractions one would think they were in a very large city. One of the many locations your children and teenagers are guaranteed to enjoy is Colonial Lanes. Not only is this a full-sized bowling alley aimed at family fun, but this attraction also includes a game room as well as a bar and grill. Fuller Park Pool offers outdoor amenities for those seeking to enjoy the pleasant weather, this site features a waterslide and is surrounding by nearby volleyball courts, including a sand pit. The University of Michigan Matthaei Botanical Gardens is another family-oriented location that not only offers amazing scenery and gift shop, but also provides a schedule of classes for adults and children of all ages.1

Mental Health in Ann Arbor

People who want to improve their lives by overcoming an addiction can receive much-needed peer support and guidance by attending one of Ann Arbor's Alcoholics Anonymous groups. The Huron Valley Area Intergroup fosters communication between various organizations that run AA meetings. The organization maintains a directory listing of meeting places, supports a helpline for individuals in need, and coordinates guest speakers who attend various meetings in the area. If you or someone you know is in need of immediate assistance with an alcohol addiction, call the helpline at 734-482-5700.2

For many LGBTQ young people, school is a place where they are subjected to bullying and intimidation. To help improve the climate of Ann Arbor's public schools, PFLAG has created a Safe Schools for All program that educates children about LGBTQ issues, provides support to children who are out, closeted, or questioning, and advocates on behalf of all students who experience harassment at school. As part of the program, trainings are provided to teachers and staff members that help them develop a culture of acceptance and appreciation for diversity. Programs that focus on using sensitive language are also included. For additional details, call 734-741-0659.3

The primary mission of the Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living is to help individuals with disabilities achieve their highest level of independence and acceptance by the community. To achieve this end, the center provides a wide variety of educational, enrichment, recreational, and advocacy services. Career programs help disabled individuals find jobs that facilitate their independence. Living coaches provide one-on-one mentorship so individuals can learn the basic skills required to live on one's own. Peer support services are offered as well, so individuals can draw on the positive experiences of their disabled peers. To find out more about this program, call 734-971-0277.4

Current Education

The Ann Arbor Preschool and Family Center offers a number of programs for children who have identified intellectual or developmental disabilities. The center's early intervention services seek to minimize the long-term impacts the child's disability has on his or her success in school and life in general. Children participate in programming that targets improved academic, social, and communication skills. Services that improve motor abilities are also offered. Building social skills is a central component of the center's treatment plan as well. For further information, call 734-994-2303.5


1. Matthaei Botanical Gardens. (2017). Plan Your Visit. Retrieved from
2. Huron Valley Area Intergroup. (2017). Purpose. Retrieved from
3. PFLAG. (2017). Safe Schools for All Initiative. Retrieved from
4. Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living. (2017). About. Retrieved from
5. Ann Arbor Preschool and Family Center. (2017). About Our Programs. Retrieved from

Ann Arbor is located in Washtenaw County, Michigan. It has a land area of 28.08 square miles and a water area of 0.87 square miles.  The population of Ann Arbor is 117,070 people with 47,179 households and a median annual income of $55,990. .

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Therapy in Ann Arbor is generally within financial reach for the average family, but some budget planning may be needed for a real commitment to weekly counseling. Remember that your mental health and happiness are important. Check with your Ann Arbor therapist about insurance coverage or ask about sliding scale fees if there are any difficulties with accessibility. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local Ann Arbor public health department.