Meet Our Team

At Michigan Counseling Centers, our goal is to provide you with guidance and support in a discrete and effective way.

Our goal is to provide you with the guidance and support needed to help resolve the issues that are causing discomfort. If you are having issues or difficulty coping with life, relationships, employment, career direction, stress, emotions, self-esteem, grief and loss or other life circumstances please contact us for an initial discussion and appointment.

MCC offers services in Taylor, Michigan and we plan to expand to other communities. Services are provided by appointment only Monday through Saturday between 9 am to 8 pm. We are closed on Sundays and Holidays.

Tom Krolicki

Thomas Krolicki (LMSW, ACSW, CAADC)

Thomas Krolicki is a licensed clinical social worker and certified substance abuse counselor as well as the Chief Operating Officer and lead clinician with Michigan Counseling Centers (MCC). Mr. Krolicki also serves as Vice President of Community Based Services with Wolverine Human Services the parent company of MCC.

Mr. Krolicki has over thirty years of experience providing counseling and therapeutic interventions to children, adolescents and adults in community based outpatient setting as well as decades of experience providing family and child welfare services to Michigan’s most vulnerable populations. Additionally Mr. Krolicki has served as a Board member on various non-profits; he is an active participant in child welfare policy development and is a field placement instructor for many of Michigan’s Schools of Social Work. Mr. Krolicki also offers clinical supervision for those wishing to obtain their license to practice Social Work in the State of Michigan.

Zack Wollack

Zack Wollack (LMSW)

Zack Wollack has over ten years of experience providing counseling and therapeutic interventions to children, adolescents and adults in community based outpatient setting. Zack specializes in working with individuals and their loved ones who seek support in navigating challenges in the areas of anxiety, depression, grief & loss, stressful life changes and adjustments, mood disorders, relationship issues self-esteem issues, sexual issues, and trauma.

More from Zack:

“If you have made the personal decision to seek therapeutic treatment than you are on the right path! And this is not a road you have to travel alone. Psychotherapy is a collaborative journey between the client and therapist. We work together in a safe and confidential environment. I encourage you to continue your journey; I welcome the opportunity to be of service.”

Krystal Guffey

Krystal Guffey

Krystal has over 7 years of experience in the administrative department of health care. Krystal is the friendly voice that you will hear when you call our office. She handles our scheduling, credentialing, billing, and any other customer service or office needs. Before her career in health care, Krystal worked as a receptionist at a veterinary hospital for 10 years and she also earned her degree in applied science majoring in graphic design.

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Who We Serve

You will work with an counselor one-on-one who has experience with the mental health services that you are looking for. Your counselor will help you make a plan to address obstacles you are struggling with.

Couples counseling can help you to improve communication, trust, and intimacy in your relationship. An experienced couples counselor will work with you and your partner at any stage in your relationship and help you move forward.

Family counselors provide mental health services individually and together with all family members to overcome disputes and conflict, address mental health concerns, and help families live happier lives together.

Children’s counseling can help kids build social skills, emotional control, conflict resolution, and many other essential skills. A children’s counselor will help your child reach developmental milestones and address any obstacles in their lives.

A teen counselor acts not only as a therapist, but a trusted confidant. The teen and therapist will work together to confront issues safely, build confidence, and form an independent, positive sense of self.

Do you think Michigan Counseling Centers can help you or a loved one?