Part of JFS’ mission is to create solutions.
To that end, we offer counseling services in a safe, confidential and supportive environment. Skilled and compassionate licensed clinicians offer support, guidance and solutions for a wide range of issues that may cause you imbalance, stress or suffering – all in a personalized style.
Please visit us online (www.thrivecounselinga2.com) to learn more, or contact us today to schedule an appointment (734-436-4249). If you are willing to leave us a confidential voicemail, you can expect a call back within 48 hours.
We offer counseling sessions to individuals, adolescents (aged 12-18), couples and families.
Areas of Expertise
are included, but not limited to:
- Assisting through life transition such as divorce, unemployment, grief or loss
- Parenting issues
- Caregiving support
- Managing stress
- Setting and meeting personal and professional goals
- Improving your marriage
- Co-Dependency Issues
- Depression/Bipolar Disorder
- Social Isolation
- Stress Management
Thrive Counseling accepts a wide range of insurance plans and employee assistance programs (EAP). If you are over 65, we are able to bill Medicare and any supplemental coverage. We believe that everyone should have access to high quality health care, regardless of their ability to pay. We offer financial assistance to patients who meet federal poverty criteria as well as additional guidelines. We also offer no-fee payment plans for those who need to pay their bills in installments.
Interest in our high quality sliding scale fee therapy services is high. Please be aware that when you contact our Intake Specialist you may be advised that we are at capacity. If JFS is not able to assist you, you may be referred to other trusted providers in our community.
We do not have a psychiatrist on staff. Therefore, we are unable to provide therapy for those individuals who need intensive therapy (more than weekly) and/or medication management. Washtenaw County Community Mental Health is available to serve those with severe and persistent mental illness. You can reach CMH by calling (734) 222-3400.
If you are facing a mental health emergency, please call 911.