Counseling in Clawson, MI. Find the Right Therapist.

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Jean Snyder, MA, LPC

Jean Snyder, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

3310 W. Big Beaver Rd, Troy, Michigan 48084 | 248-238-5588

Hi! My name is Jean and I've been working with people for over 30 years. I really enjoy watching people achieve their goals and make progress after feeling stuck in life! I will work hard to make you comfortable and am generally a pretty down-to-earth person!

Jean Moree, M.S., Ed.S., LLPC, NCC, CCTSI

Jean Moree, M.S., Ed.S., LLPC, NCC, CCTSI

Limited License Professional Counselor

Available for Online Therapy

When you're feeling like life is just too much of a struggle, or you're feeling lost or overwhelmed, you deserve to have a safe place where you can be heard by someone who will guide and empower you toward the personal growth and healing you desire.

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Location: Clawson, Michigan

Clawson, Michigan

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Originally known as Pumachug and The Corners, Clawson, Michigan got it's current name because of the misspelling of one of the area's local settlers. Today the city is part of the Detroit Metropolitan area, so families in this small town have nearby access to big city life. For sports fans, the Detroit Lions, Red Wings, and Tigers offer big game entertainment. History buffs in the family are sure to enjoy the Walter P. Chrysler Museum. Here moms, dads, and kids alike will love looking at classic cars from all eras of the company's production.1 For fun family shopping outings, head over to Great Lakes Crossing, Twelve Oaks Mall, or Village of Rochester Hills to find the items you're looking for.

Mental Health in Clawson

Grief is a common occurrence, yet sometimes can be so overwhelming that outside support is needed. A number of Clawson organizations offer bereavement support for individuals who have recently lost a loved one. Zion Christian Church offers a 9-week workshop that helps participants understand and work through the stages of grief. Each meeting features an expert on grief, with small group discussions in which participants can share their feelings and receive support from others. For further details, call Zion Christian Church at 248-524-2400.2

Bullying is an issue that is taken very seriously by the Clawson Public Schools. The district has adopted a comprehensive bullying policy that not only incurs strict punishments on children who harass their peers, but also includes strong educational and prevention components. Students and teachers alike learn how to address harassment in a safe, constructive, and positive manner so as not to encourage further negative behaviors. Clear reporting procedures are defined so all students understand what they need to do to bring an adult's attention to incidences of bullying. For more information about this policy, call 248-665-4400.3

People who struggle day-to-day with depression or bipolar disorder can join a support group offered by the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance of Metro Detroit. Their self-help groups give people hope that brighter days are ahead by teaching them coping skills that help minimize the impact of their symptoms. Peer support groups offer a safe environment in which individuals can discuss their feelings and receive encouragement from people who understand what it's like to live with a mental illness. Additional details are available by calling 248-770-3918.4

Current Initiatives

The mission of Mind Over Matter is to erase the stigma associated with mental illness and reduce the incidence of suicide. To achieve these goals, Mind Over Matter launched the Mental Health Awareness Initiative that features a 5K race to raise money for research, prevention programs, and intervention services that benefit the mentally ill. Through the advocacy efforts associated with the initiative, the organization has been able to bring thousands of people together and has raised tens of thousands of dollars in support of those who cannot advocate for themselves. Additional information about the initiative is available by calling 248-376-4666.5


1. Walter P. Chrysler Museum. (2017). About the Museum. Retrieved from
2. Zion Christian Church. (2017). Support Groups. Retrieved from
3. Clawson Public Schools. (2016). Bullying and Other Aggressive Behavior Toward Students. Retrieved from
4. Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance of Metro Detroit. (2017). Homepage. Retrieved from
5. Mind Over Matter. (2017). The Inspiration Behind MOM. Retrieved from

Clawson is located in Oakland County, Michigan. It has a land area of 2.19 square miles and a water area of 0.00 square miles.  The population of Clawson is 12,015 people with 5,481 households and a median annual income of $56,395. .

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Therapy in Clawson 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 Clawson 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 Clawson public health department.