Wendy Croll, MA, LPC
Life is a journey and not for the faint of heart. Our experiences shape our path from the relationships we encounter to the gratitude we have for others. We cannot function at our best when our thoughts are unsettled. Feeling safe and heard in a nonjudgmental environment is crucial in understanding ourselves and our needs. Forgiveness is often key in learning to let go and accept ourselves just as we are with our: memorable laugh lines, tears shed, uncontrollable laughter heard and hearts broken and mended. Join me in an accepting environment welcome to all ethnicities, races, sexual orientations and gender identities.
Wendy received her Masters in Counseling from Oakland University, specializing in Career Development. She is the Director of a psychosocial rehabilitation program in Wayne County and serves on the board of ACCESS. She has experience working with: individuals, couples and families and provides a humanistic approach, utilizing person-centered and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Populations Served: Adults of all ages
Areas of Interest and Expertise:
Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar
Trauma and PTSD
Grief and Loss