The First Steps to a Brighter Pathway Start Here
Now partnered with the Center for Healing Connections
My Name is Christopher if you have found my page, you have found a Michigan based Clinical PsychoSocial Counselor.
What does that mean?
A Hashtag Snapshot of Me Would Include:
#ClinicalMastersinSocialWork #Qualified #EnglishSpeakingNative #EmotionalCounselor #MentalHealthTherapy #Empathetic #Flexible #Available #Non-Judgemental #Confidential
I hold a Master’s Degree in interpersonal/clinical Social Work, undergraduate degree in Social Work, and a practicing Psychotherapist in Michigan.
I have been working in Interpersonal/clinical therapy since 2016 and in the Human services field since 2009.
I have worked with a variety of populations.
+Adults (18+) with emotional distress
+Adults who have sustained Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI).
Adults belonging to:
+Communities of Color
Various faiths and cultural backgrounds
+Adults entering the United States in refugee status.
+Adults and Children with emotional challenges, including people on the Autism Spectrum.
I believe you know what is best for you and I am willing to meet you where you are, when you are ready to make contact.
My Goals When Working with You
My goal of Brighter Pathways is to walk with you on the journey of life as a team. As a team we can look deeper into the reasons you are seeking this healing collaborative. Clinical therapy is not always easy, sometimes it can feel emotionally overwhelming to bring up past events that continue to impact you today.
have seen many successes in my counseling with others and I believe that I could help you too. In-person and e-counseling are both effective tools that help me reach so many more people in need. So when life gets hard, just know that you can always reach out to me and we can talk through the pain. I work as hard as you and I will listen, empathize, and support you on this journey…
I really do look forward to meeting you, please feel free to reach out via the contact link below.
The Stories we write are the memories we make. Our today is not defined by our yesterday, what defines us is our reaction to those stories. ~ Unknown