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(734) 546-6947
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(734) 546-6947

Services Offered

  • Individual
  • Marriage and Couple Counseling
  • Child and Adolescent
  • Family Therapy or Family Blending after a Death or Divorce
  • Gay/Lesbian
  • Support Groups and Workshops
  • Communication Skills 
  • Blending Family Skills Child Adolescent Counseling 
  • ADHD 
  • School Problems 
  • Anger Problems Individual Counseling 
  • Depression 
  • Anxiety 
  • Addictions 
  • Life
Individual
There are many reasons or conditions for which an individual will seek therapy:
  • Anger, Anxiety, Depression and Other Emotional Conditions
  • Substance Abuse
  • Sexual Abuse and Trauma
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Social Phobias
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Grief and Loss
  • Divorce and Family Blending Issues
  • Need for Parenting Skills
  • Psychosomatic Illness
Since each individual is unique and has unique needs, an initial evaluation is held where the individual can expect to discuss the situation, determine a comfort level with the therapist and, if the fit is good on both sides, then determine a treatment plan. Once this is in place, treatment begins on a regular basis. The treatment plan is a collaborative effort between the therapist and the individual and may require more than one session to determine the appropriate plan.
Marriage and Couple Counseling
It is very common for couples to seek counseling at some time in their relationship. Many relationship issues are rooted in the inability to communicate effectively. Our treatment plans include a communication system to address this and build a foundation for compromise that replaces hostility and arguments.
Couples are encouraged to attend the first session together if possible. However, sometimes one person may initiate counseling before the other is ready. It is sometimes necessary to begin counseling so that healing can still begin in the relationship, even if for only one-half of the couple.
During the first session, the couple or individual can expect to discuss the situation, determine a comfort level with the therapist, and, if the fit is good on both sides, then determine a treatment plan. Once this is in place, treatment begins on a regular basis. The treatment plan is a collaborative effort between the therapist and the couple and may require more than one session to determine the appropriate plan.
Child and Adolescent
It is very common for parents to have anxiety about sending their children to therapy, so parents meet first with the therapist to allow them to ask questions, gain information and determine if they feel a comfort and trust level with the therapist to initiate a treatment plan for their child. During the parent meetings, the parents will share their child’s developmental history and discuss current issues. After this initial work, the therapist sees the child for up to four sessions, after which the parents meet again with the therapist for a fuller evaluation and to collaborate on next steps.
Common reasons why children and adolescents are seen include divorce, anxiety, depression, sleep issues, attention deficit disorder, eating issues, school problems, substance abuse, oppositional and defiant behavior, childhood diabetes or other childhood illness coping issues.
Family Therapy and Family Blending after a Death or Divorce
Children and adolescents are often made to deal with issues that are difficult and traumatizing before they are old enough to have built the emotional muscle to handle them. It is further complicated when parents are dealing with divorce, death or other traumatizing situations. Therapy can help families learn to rebuild and cope with their difficult issues in an effective way. It is crucial to help families as early as possible so that they may unburden themselves of their suffering, guilt and anger and replace it with effective
coping strategies.
During an initial phone conversation with the therapist, a discussion will determine the appropriate beginning point of the evaluation and which family members should attend the initial session. Each situation is different, but most often, parents will meet with the therapist and determine the next steps.
Gay/Lesbian
Since each individual is unique and has unique needs, an initial evaluation is held where the individual can expect to discuss the situation, determine a comfort level with the therapist and, if the fit is good on both sides, determine a treatment plan. Once this is in place, treatment begins on a regular basis. The treatment plan is a collaborative effort between the therapist and the individual and may require more than one session to determine the appropriate plan.
Support Groups and Workshops
Canton Counseling Center offers support groups and workshops. Please contact us for further information.

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Canton Counseling Center
2200 N Canton Center Rd
Canton, MI 48187
Phone: (734) 546-6947
Email: glosol@comcast.net

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In Business Since 1992

Business Hours

Mon - Fri: 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Sat - Sun: Closed
Appointments Available