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On Becoming a Therapist: Learning, Reflecting, Integrating
  • How do we explore and embrace the many sides of being a therapist?

  • How do we balance knowledge and skill development with personal growth?

  • What insights and interventions can we try with challenging cases, including clients and families who have experienced trauma?

In a supportive, interactive experience, we will look at these and other questions in clinical consultation. We will talk about:

  1. Cases that are difficult to navigate clinically

  2. The Psycho-education and treatment of trauma

  3. Professional development, including an exploration of understanding ourselves in the context of clinical work.

  4. Specific clinical issues (i.e. grief and loss, child and family therapy, removing our barriers to a strong clinical alliance) and populations

On Becoming a Therapist: Learning, Reflecting, Integrating


About Me

Diane Kreger, M.S., LLP has been working with adults, children, and families for 30 years. She received her masters degree in psychology at the University of Pennsylvania in 1989 and went on to receive her post masters certification in family therapy at the Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic in 1990.


Diane worked as a clinician, supervisor, and director of various programs, working with high risk youth, adults, and families.  Diane has been clinical consultant for mental health agencies in Wayne County.


Currently, Diane has a private psychotherapy practice in Ann Arbor. For more information about Diane's experience and training, go to For inquires, please contact Diane at 734-223-4299 or email

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  • In person and virtual options for individuals and groups:

  • $60 per person for groups of 3 or more

  • $80 per person for groups of 2

  • $165 for individual consultation

  • Session will run for 1 hour, time and day will be decided by the individual/group.

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