Meredith Hazergian, LLPC
Sometimes, you just need someone to listen—without input, without advice or opinions. You need a safe space to let out your emotions or escape the pressures the world can put on you; a place just for you. Therapy can be that space. Counseling is all about you.
I work with individuals of all ages, and specialize in collaborating with those in their teens, young adulthood, and adulthood. Clients are provided with a space where they can express their personal problems or concerns, gain the necessary tools and skill sets to assist in resolving their own issues, and foster their own self-awareness.
While my main clinical focus is centered around those who have anxiety disorders and depressive disorders, I also have a passion for working with those who identify as transracial and are adoptees. Other fields of interest include: racial identity, gender inequality, sexual assault, domestic violence, adoption, trauma, and those looking to seek understanding and knowledge in self-compassion.
My primary approach to counseling is an integration of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and choice theory. These two theories work in cohesion with one another to address aspects of one’s behaviors, thinking patterns, and sense of control.
I also aim to incorporate approaches such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Humanistic therapy, art and play therapy, and the feminist multicultural perspective.
5030 Northwind Dr Suite 101
East Lansing, MI 48823