At our mental health center, we work with adults at every age and in every stage of life. You may have struggled with depression, anxiety, or other mental health issues all your life, or these challenges may be new to you. Your life may have been disrupted by a sudden event, such as a death, the loss of a job or divorce, or you may have gradually realized that something simply isn’t right. Whatever the case, we can help you strengthen, rebuild, or rediscover peace of mind and happiness in your life. You will work with a counselor one-on-one who has experience with the mental health services that you are looking for. Our therapists will build a better understanding of your thoughts and behaviors, and help you reach your personal goals while living a more fulfilled life.
If you are seeking help, please schedule a consultation. We will contact you by phone to discuss your needs and learn more about your situation. Counseling services in Taylor are by appointment only, Monday through Saturday between 9 am and 8 pm.
Mental Health Services for Adults
Whether you are looking to control destructive behaviors, repair relationships damaged by anger, or are required to do so by court order/workplace program, Michigan Counseling Centers provides these services at our Taylor location.
Psychotherapy is one of the most effective methods for treating anxiety, depression, stress, extreme life changes, and other mental or emotional obstacles. There are many types of psychotherapy and your certified psychotherapist will select the best treatment method for you. This may mean speaking with your psychotherapist in a safe and confidential setting, working together with your partner or family, or working in a group setting.
The mental health assessment provides baseline information about your mental health and your expectations of therapy. This assessment will also help us to design a therapy strategy that will be useful for you, and will address your needs and concerns. If our services are not perfectly suited for you, someone here at Michigan Counseling Centers may refer you to another professional who can help.