How does a person find the right counselor or therapist?
Counseling and medical care involve a long-term relationship that requires open communication, flexibility, and trust. It also takes into account changes in your life, advances in medicine, and the experience and expertise of both doctor and patient.
Take some time to think about what you’re looking for and the kind of person you want to work with.
Dr. Greenhut’s Practice
I have been in the practice of medicine and counseling since 1980. I see adults with depression, anxiety, sexual problems, and ADHD for counseling and medication management. I also provide counseling for people who are struggling with the challenges of chronic illness, using the Living Well with Illness principles. For more information about my approaches, please explore other pages or links on this site.
Please note: I am only accepting new adult ADHD patients who have a written referral from their physician or therapist.
I am board-certified in preventive medicine and am a trained sexuality counselor. I have also published articles on healing, medical ethics, and prevention and am co-author of The Wholeness Handbook: Care of Body, Mind, and Spirit for Optimal Health (Crossroad).
My office is located in the heart of downtown Ann Arbor, on Liberty just East of Main Street (map), and I offer both daytime and evening appointments during the week. To schedule an appointment or for more information, please call (734) 302-0230 or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Medication management
- Initial consultation: $160
- Follow-up: $75/20-25 minutes
I accept checks, cash, and MasterCard, Visa, American Express, and Discover cards. Although I do not participate with any insurance plans, policies that allow for out-of-network providers usually reimburse for my services. Sliding scale fees can be arranged on an individual basis for those with special circumstances.
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