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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update

As we adapt to the ever-changing conditions around the COVID-19 (coronavirus) that is affecting all of us, please know that we are focused on the health and safety of our clients and our staff.  In keeping with Governor Whitmer's stay-at-home directive on March 23, 2020, HCT is shifting entirely to a telemental health practice for the time being.  We remain committed to providing services to you, our clients, as we work together to help keep everyone safe and navigate this unprecedented situation together.  Please contact your therapist and/or our office for more information about teletherapy options, such as video conferencing. 

 

We will continue to update you as we know more, and please be assured we will let you know when we are able to resume in-person sessions again.  

 

Sincerely,

Jennifer Heckendorn, LMSW - Clinical

Owner and Therapist

Heckendorn Consultation and Therapy, PLLC Welcomes You

Your Local Therapists - Here to Guide You

 

Helping adolescents and adults of all ages with depression, anxiety and life transitions, with specialties in grief therapy, caregiver stress, adolescents, couples and biofeedback.

Jennifer Heckendorn, LMSW - Clinical, is the founder

of Heckendorn Consultation and Therapy, PLLC.

 

Other Staff include:

Lindsey Atwell, LMSW - Clinical

Amy Barbee, PsyD, LMFT

Leslie Barroso, LLMSW - Clinical

Charles Coleman, LLMSW - Clinical

Lauren Elsner, LMSW - Clinical

Laura Ganzel, LLMSW - Clinical

Yawen Ning, LLMSW - Clinical

Kristin Peterson, LLMSW - Clinical

Katie Poe, PsyD

Camilla Skill, LMSW - Clinical

Kathy Wade, LMSW - Clinical, PhD

A Bit About Therapy

Personalized Attention for All Your Needs

We implement person-centered psychotherapy methods to instill self-understanding among patients and encourage them to adopt new attitudes and feelings towards life situations. It is essential to keep in mind that therapy is not a magic pill or a quick fix: therapy is a healing process that necessitates participation and investment from the patient and caretaker alike. But, in the end, making small changes to self-defeating behavior and coping with feelings of sadness, fear, and pain can bring life-altering results.