Our Services…

Samaritan Counseling Center offers psychotherapy and educational opportunities in many forms for many needs.

couple counseling

Therapy Services:

If you are facing struggles, it can help to talk to a therapist one-on-one to discuss problems and concerns.  This is frequently the primary method of treatment.  However, there are occasions when another person, important in your life, is included in the treatment.  Samaritan Counseling Center offers individual, couples, and family therapy.

Educational Programs:

If you are engaged, you may be interested in our Preparation for Marriage workshop.  This workshop is designed to provide structure for engaged couples to look at their relationship—to articulate its strengths and pinpoint the areas of potential difficulties. 

For clergy, therapists, and other professionals, we offer Prepare/Enrich Facilitator trainings.  Prepare/Enrich is a couples assessment that helps to identify strengths and growth areas.  It is one of the most widely used programs for assessing couples for premarital counseling and relationship enrichment.

For volunteers and caregivers, such as Stephen Ministers, we offer regularly scheduled Lay Caregiver Workshops that offer continuing education on a variety of topics.

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Convenient Locations…

Samaritan Counseling Center has therapists in eight locations across Southeast Michigan

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Locations in:

  • Farmington Hills (two locations)
  • Birmingham
  • Allen Park
  • Commerce Township
  • Brighton
  • Northville
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Philosophy of Spiritual Integration

 

We are an interfaith pastoral counseling center with the stated Mission of providing “professional therapeutic counseling and educational services to all God’s people seeking wholeness through emotional and spiritual growth.”

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As an interfaith pastoral counseling center, we believe:

  • Social/racial/ethnic/sexual/religious differences are to be appreciated and respected.
  • A holistic approach which recognizes the intellectual, emotional, physical, and spiritual dimensions of personhood is most helpful in working with clients.
  • All religious traditions of clients are to be respected; we will never impose our individual belief systems on any client
  • Every client has a spirituality which may or may not be associated with a religious faith tradition.
  • Life’s crises and transitions are best met by both the knowledge of psychological and psychiatric theory and the wisdom and resources of the client’s religious/faith traditions within an atmosphere of care and respect.
  • We respect the freedom of clients regarding the use of their faith resources in the therapeutic process.
  • We will welcome all clients, offering them an open, accepting, and safe space in which to explore their concerns.

These beliefs are reflected in SCC documents, Board and Staff Board Orientation and Continuing Education Sessions and Clinical Management Processes.

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