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Something isn't right
There was probably a time in your life (even a brief moment), where everything seemed to click.
Your relationships were flourishing and fulfilling.
School or work was manageable and provided a sense of purpose and meaning.
A sense of calm and wellbeing were present within you
But at some point, things within you and around you began to change.
The relationships that were once a sense of joy and fulfillment are now sources of conflict.
Your school and work that were purposeful and meaningful now leave you exhausted and dreading the coming day.
You fear things may never change.
And the worst part is there appears to be no way out and no light at the end of the tunnel. Nothing but continued suffering.
But there is hope...
What you have is a problem. Not a neverending cycle of uncertainty and suffering, but a problem.
And problems have solutions.
Keep scrolling to see some problems we help solve and how we do it.
Meet our Therapists
Daniel Kotsias, LMSW
Daniel completed his Master of Social Work (MSW) at Edinboro University and has been working as a licensed clinical social worker and psychotherapist/counselor for 5+ years.
Daniel utilizes an eclectic combination of treatment methods including CBT and mindfulness to tailor an effective treatment to each individual.
George Minor, LLMSW, CADC
George, (a certified alcohol and drug counselor) completed his master’s in social work with a focus on substance use disorder (SUD), severe mental illness (SMI) and co-occurring disorders at Eastern Michigan University.
George has worked with various populations such as adolescents, adults, homeless individuals, and veterans for 7 years+. His therapeutic approach is CBT, Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, and Solutions Focused Therapy.
Ahuva Smilowitz LLMSW
Ahuva completed her MSW at Daemen College and specializes in working with individuals and couples with anxiety, depression, and complex trauma
Utilizing a unique Internal Systems and Cognitive Behavioral approach, Ahuva focuses on the different parts of our mind and personality and how they unknowingly impact our daily life.
(Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is an Evidence-Based approach focusing on the relationship between our thoughts feelings and behavior and how to modify our thoughts and behaviors to improve the way we feel and achieve a sense of wellbeing
(Dialectical Behavioral Therapy)
DBT Informed therapy combines traditional western behavioral therapy with eastern meditative practices to decrease stress and create a life worth living
Our Methods of Treatment
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Blue Care Network
The private pay fee for a 45-55 minute session is $140. A limited sliding scale is available in select circumstances
We always recommend contacting your insurance company before your initial session to verify coverage and copays/coinsurance you are responsible for.
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