Counseling in Royal Oak, MI. Find the Right Therapist.

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Joe Kort, Ph.D., MSW

Licensed Social Worker

25600 Woodward, Suite 215, Royal Oak, Michigan

Relationships and sex are a big part of your life, I help people make them the best parts of their lives. Couples and individuals suffering from sexual shame, sexual dysfunction, and communication problems do not have to live this way when there is help available.

Thriveworks, Master & Ph.D Level Counselors

Thriveworks Beverly Hills

31815 Southfield Rd, Suite 27, Beverly Hills, Michigan

Thriveworks Beverly Hills offers compassionate, confidential counseling & coaching to individuals of all ages, couples, & families. Most major insurances accepted, including Medicare & Medicaid. Extended hours and weekends available. Call today.

Lena Agree, JD, PsyD, LP

Licensed psychologist

240 Martin St., Suite 100, Birmingham, Michigan

I would like to help you become the architect of your own life. Effective therapy is more than talking about your problems with a nice person. It is deliberate and scientific. I am trained in multiple approaches to promote your healing and relief from pain.

Robert Flewelling, Psy.D. LP

Licensed Psychologist

1463 E. 12 Mile Road, Madison Heights, Michigan

Counseling can be deeply personal and private work that delves into one's psyche and history for answers and solutions, or, a series of discussions about current problems that leads to solutions. I am available for both at my client's discretion.


Related Sites:
City of Royal Oak
Michigan Department of Community Health

Therapy Royal Oak, MI

Counseling Oak Park, Madison Heights, Pleasant Ridge, Clawson, Berkley, Ferndale, Hazel Park

Residents in this city are excited about their schools. Families who live here are able to choose from several different types of school when placing their children in education. With 10 elementary schools, two middle schools, and two high schools, kids' education is taken care of, whether they're in kindergarten or a teenager in high school. In Royal Oak, students consistently score well in the Michigan Educational Assessment Program and teenagers in high school score above state and national averages on the ACT pre-college exam. Add to all this the many parochial schools available to students, such as Royal Oak St. Dennis and Shrine of the Little Flower, and Royal Oak has good reason to be excited about their schools. With fewer than 90,000 people, this isn't a huge city, but it doesn't let that fact slow it down when it comes to doing good things, like selling bricks for paving the walkway in front of the Salter Community Center, rather than asking people to pay higher taxes, people are taking pride in their city one step at a time. Individuals or families can purchase a brick and have their names put on it. Arranging community gardens for people who live in apartments is another way residents work together for the bigger good.1

Mental Health in Royal Oak

Angel Kisses is a local non-profit organization that specializes in improving bereavement services for parents who suffer a late-term pregnancy loss or the death of a newborn. The organization raises tens of thousands of dollars each year to fund grief programs at local hospitals. Funds are also provided to create bereavement rooms where parents can spend their last moments with their baby in quiet comfort. The organization additionally offers funding to educate hospital staff on the grief process so they can better support the emotional needs of grief-stricken parents. 2

Social skills groups offered by the Judson Center address some of the common difficulties autistic children encounter in social settings. Small groups foster the development of attention skills, turn-taking, following rules, and effective communication. These skills are practiced in a structured setting so children can receive ongoing corrective feedback and praise. Activities that combine emotional and sensory regulation are included as well. Contact the Judson Center at 248-549-4339 for details about programs in Royal Oak.3

The Alliance for the Mentally Ill of Oakland County provides educational opportunities for individuals and families who experience mental health issues. Information about navigating the mental healthcare system, the latest mental health research, and other timely topics is presented each month at the organization's general meetings. AMI also engages in advocacy initiatives to bring attention to pressing issues facing the mentally ill. To join the Alliance or to inquire about meeting locations and times, call 248-203-1998.4

Current Education

Royal Oaks Schools have implemented a positive behavior and intervention support program that builds a positive learning environment through encouraging respect and kindness. In conjunction with the district's anti-bullying program, students learn how to lift one another up through positive interactions, while also learning how to effectively deal with situations of bullying and harassment. Teachers and other school personnel also learn effective strategies for promoting positivity and reducing negative behaviors. To find out more about this program, call 248-435-8400.5


References

1. City of Royal Oak. (2016). Community Garden. Retrieved from http://www.ci.royal-oak.mi.us/portal/events/community-garden-your-future
2. Angel Kisses. (2016). About. Retrieved from http://angelkisses.org/about-angel-kisses/
3. Judson Center. (2017). Social Skills Groups. Retrieved from http://www.judsoncenter.org/services/social-skills
4. Alliance for the Mentally Ill of Oakland County. (2005). Advocacy. Retrieved from http://amioakland.org/alliance-for-the-mentally-ill-advocacy.html
5. Royal Oaks Schools. (2017). PBIS and Bullying Prevention. Retrieved from http://www.royaloakschools.org/elementary/northwood/pbisbullying-prevention/

Royal Oak is located in Oakland County, Michigan. It has a land area of 11.78 square miles and a water area of 0.00 square miles.  The population of Royal Oak is 59,008 people with 28,371 households and a median annual income of $65,786. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Royal Oak, MI

Generally Affordable

Therapists in Royal Oak are often within budget with some potential challenges for longer term commitments. Your mental health and well being are a top priority. If accessibility is a concern, ask your counselor about sliding scale fees or inquire about accepted insurance plans