Counseling

Did You Know?

  •  The City of Southfield is Michigan’s undisputed business center – with more office space than the central business districts of Cleveland, Cincinnati, Detroit, Indianapolis or Kansas City.
  • Southfield is an international city bustling with people from a rich array of cultural, racial, ethnic and religious backgrounds, including large Armenian, African-American, Jewish, Chaldean and Russian populations.
What We Do
  • Provide culturally sensitive counseling services that are short term, confidential, and individually tailored to meet each client’s unique needs.
  • Actively involve clients in the counseling process and develop treatment goals based on identified needs.
  • Provide personal growth, dignity, and well-being of clients through creative and consistent counseling relationships.
Service Area
Southfield-Lathrup Counseling Services, a division of the Southfield Human Services Department, is a non-profit, community based counseling program. Services are available to the residents of Southfield and Lathrup Village, and those working in the community.

Cost
Income and personal circumstances are considered in setting fees based on a sliding scale.

Professional Training
Internship opportunities are available to area university students.

Services
  • Individual Counseling
  • Group Counseling
  • Marital/Couple Counseling
  • Family Counseling
  • Stress Management
  • Crisis Interventions and Referrals
  • Anger Management
  • Education & Prevention Programs
  • Court Referrals

The Southfield-Lathrup Counseling Services Advisory Board consists of 15 members.  Current Board members elect new members to replace departing ones. The Advisory Board's primary purpose is to provide direction and guidance in an advisory capacity to the Counseling Services Program.  It works regularly with the Human Services Department.  The members serve two-year renewable terms. 

If you are interested in counseling or becoming a volunteer on the Southfield-Lathrup Counseling Services Advisory Board, please call Rhonda Terry at (248) 796-4540.