Great Lakes Psychology Group – Counseling Services in Michigan

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    Angela Reynolds, MA, LPC
    Selwyn  Swanston , MA. LPC
    Rebecca Longstreet, MA, LPC, NCC
    Debra Kuszmaul MA LPC NCC CAADC
    Basma Haddad, MA, LLP, CAADC

    Welcome to Great Lakes Psychology Group

    Great Lakes Psychology Group (GLPG) was founded in 2011 in Clarkston, Michigan by a small group of therapists passionate about helping others. Today, with ten locations and over 120 dedicated therapists, GLPG has developed into the Detroit metro area’s fastest-growing provider of high-quality outpatient mental health and substance abuse behavioral health care. GLPG values innovation, progress, effectiveness, and quality in its delivery of behavioral health services to the communities of Southeastern Michigan.

    Marriage Counseling and Individual Therapy in Michigan

    The mission of Great Lakes Psychology Group is to enhance the mental and emotional well-being of the clients we serve by providing high quality and compassionate treatment. GLPG believes effective therapy requires collaboration, continuing education and training, and services that are scientifically sound and grounded in established theory. The group contributes to the communities in which it serves by supporting schools, parents, and other professionals in the community through education, consultation and free classes.

    What do you specialize in?  I specialize in aging and older adulthood, specifically gerontology and geriatrics. In addition, I work with adults in all stages of life. Examples include academic stress in young adulthood, life-balance for the “Sandwich Generation” in middle adulthood, and changes in health, functioning, and living arrangements in older adulthood. My main […]


    What do you specialize in?  I have had a lot of training and experience in different areas, particularly severe and persistent mental illness, though I am most interested in anxiety, depression, stress and trauma-related issues, and substance use/abuse. I work with individuals across the lifespan, as well as families. I am particularly passionate about teenagers and young adults, […]