Do you bottle up your feelings and emotions until the point of breaking? Here at Steven J. Hanley Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist, we can help you communicate openly about your feelings. Many people who do keep their feelings to themselves don’t know what else to do. If this sounds like you, or someone close to you that you care for, maybe it is time that you look into family and individual therapy in Southfield, MI.

Our family and individual therapy in Southfield, MI is completely confidential, and we offer a safe environment where you can get the help that you expect. It is always a good thing to release pent-up feelings to someone who is willing to listen, and that is where we step in. Our psychologist is well-known in the area for assisting many families, individuals, as well as marriage and couples for counseling. If you don’t think that you are ready to come visit us here at Steven J. Hanley Ph.D Clinical Psychologist, there are some other ways that you could express the way you are feeling.

  • Try writing about how you feel. Keep a daily diary and explore your feelings through writing. This is where you can be completely free in how your are expressing your feelings. Write the first thing that comes to mind and exactly how you’re feeling.

  • Exercise. Physical activity has proven mental health benefits. Consult your physician if you have concerns about your exercise routine.

  • Draw or paint! Tapping your creativity can help you to express yourself in ways you’ve never experienced before. You don’t have to be “good”.  You just have to do.