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Frances Groce

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       It can be difficult for children/adolescents and adults to identify why they do what they do - or even what they are doing that can negatively impacts their mood, self-esteem, ability to relax and feel confident. It helps to work with a therapist who is empathetic and nonjudgmental, who can help identify patterns, triggers, and functions of behavior that can be destructive or exacerbate other mental health issue; while working to improve mood/coping skills that can lead to a more positive, happier life and to reach their full potential.

       Frances Groce has provided services to children/adolescents and adults with varying diagnoses throughout her career of 20 years. She has worked extensively with adolescents with severe emotional disorders, children/adolescents on the Autism Spectrum and adults, as well as adults with depression/anxiety, life stressors, marital issues and parenting skills and support. She completed her Master’s degree in Clinical Behavioral Psychology from Eastern Michigan University.

       The modality, she utilizes is Behavioral Therapy with a Client Centered approach. Frances' experience and passion is utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy as well as behavioral plans that focus on developing proactive coping skills while reducing problematic behaviors.

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