Counseling in Troy, MI. Find the Right Therapist.

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

Donna Major, LMSW, BCD

Donna Major, LMSW, BCD

Donna Major

3290 W. Big Beaver, Suite 188, Troy, Michigan 48084 | 248-752-1432

I have over 30 years experience working with individuals, families, couples as well as children and teens. I have been told that I am a very warm and caring individual who is sensitive to the needs of others.

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.

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

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

Licensed Professional Counselor

2888 East Long lake, Suite # 170, {Oakland and Macomb County}, Troy, Michigan 48085 | 248-524-0050

The reason clients continue to refer family & friends to Michael is because of how he connect with them in a warm, caring and non-judgmental, yet professional way, while providing them with tools and new skills to solve their issues and struggles.

Related Sites:
City of Troy
Michigan Department of Community Health

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Troy, MI, a suburb of Detroit, has long been looked upon as a type of kid-brother city. Too small to merit much attention, yet too large to overlook. Families who live here understand while this city might seem small when comparing population averages, Troy, MI has a big heart. This is a place where the library is considered an important part of the social structure. It is the kind of place where parents can pick between several different schools in order to choose the best for their children. Whether the kids are pre-school or ready to enter college, there are options. They have the usual public schools, of course. Then there are a myriad of private schools with interesting names like Renaissance Montessori Center or GiggleGang Daycare and Preschool. Then there are the universities. Yes, Troy MI is a great place for parents to live if they want to make sure their children get a good education.1

Mental Health in Troy

People in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease can come together to learn about the disease and provide each other support in one of the local Alzheimer's Association support groups. These groups include educational as well as social components. Members can also participate in recreational and physically-related activities that stimulate the mind and body. For meeting times and locations, call 248-723-3530.2

Individuals who are experiencing anxiety, stress, and other mental health-related issues because of unemployment can make inroads back to the workforce by taking advantage of an array of programs at Michigan Works. Their job seeker services include job search assistance, labor market information, and office equipment and computers for public use. Various training programs are also available, so the unemployed can hone their current skills or develop new skills to make themselves more employable. Contact Michigan Works at 248-823-5101 for more information.3

Current Education

Children of all intellectual abilities can receive services that foster their growth through programs offered by the Troy School District and the Michigan Association for Gifted Children. Special education services in the Troy School District provide a wide spectrum of support for children with developmental, physical, mental, behavioral, and learning disabilities. The individual needs of each child are outlined in their Individualized Education Plan, which includes classroom supports for counseling, physical and occupational therapy, improved academics, and other services as needed.4 Gifted children's needs are accounted for by the Michigan Association for Gifted Children. The agency's mission is to provide families with the resources they need to identify their child's giftedness, support their efforts to foster their child's giftedness, and prepare gifted students for success by providing resources to challenge them academically, socially, and emotionally.5 For further details, call the Michigan Association for Gifted Children at 616-365-8230 or the Troy School District at 248-823-4000.


1. City of Troy. (2016). Education. Retrieved from
2. Alzheimer's Association. (2017). Support Groups. Retrieved from
3. Michigan Works. (2016). Job Seeker Services. Retrieved from
4. Troy School District. (2017). Welcome to Special Education. Retrieved from
5. Michigan Association for Gifted Children. (2017). About. Retrieved from

Troy is located in Oakland County, Michigan. It has a land area of 33.46 square miles and a water area of 0.17 square miles.  The population of Troy is 83,280 people with 30,812 households and a median annual income of $85,027. .

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Establishing weekly sessions with a professional therapist is considered affordable in Troy 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. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local Troy public health department.