|Elaine Horigian is a psychotherapist and coach. She has a Master’s degree in clinical psychology and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Elaine has over 35 years of clinical therapy experience. Elaine has held several administrative positions (such as the director of a substance abuse program), but therapy is, and always will be, her passion and is her current focus.
Elaine considers herself a facilitator who guides and teaches clients to discover and access the emotional tools they have to understand their relationships and to find connection. She also assists clients in honoring and respecting their uniqueness and differences while building bridges to their partners and to their authentic selves. Elaine instructs individuals and couples to use a simple, respectful way of speaking and listening that can greatly impact their lives.
Elaine is a certified Imago Relationship Therapist. Read more about Imago therapy.
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Elaine’s practice focuses on positive change. Her overarching philosophy is derived from Imago Relationship theory, which weaves together leading psychological paradigms and facts from recent research in neuroscience in a way that helps couples see themselves and their relationships with a different perspective.
Elaine’s areas of clinical specialty include:
- individual issues
- relationship issues (including pre-marital, life transitions and divorce)
- parenting and step parenting issues
- grief and loss
- stress management
- medical and health concerns
- depression and anxiety
- conflict resolution
- Fibromyalgia (including stress/pain management)
Elaine counsels individuals and couples in a comfortable, supportive and very private atmosphere in her residential Beverly Hills, Michigan office. She offers a highly personalized treatment plan tailored to each of her clients’ unique needs to help them attain the growth they are striving for. Her practice is limited to older adolescents and adults. Elaine chooses not to engage in email communications regarding personal and other therapeutic issues, since a client’s confidentiality is of the utmost importance and cannot be protected via email.
Contact Elaine at (248) 644-7799.