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Couples Counseling, Coaching and More

Greg has decades of experience helping guide couples towards mutual satisfaction within their relationships, as well as various other areas of their lives. There are no one-size-fits-all solutions, which is why he personalizes the strategies used for each individual situation.

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Both daytime and evening office hours are available.



My passion is helping couples become more emotionally and physically connected than they have ever imagined as couples counseling detroit! True, no relationship is perfect, though you will have a deeper intimacy on the levels you’ve always craved: Mind, Body, Heart & Soul!
Plus, I work quickly and get to the root of your challenges immediately!

I help with a down-to-earth attitude, while providing care, compassion and profound results! You will always be more than just a “client!“ My clients are my passion and utmost concern! Plus, I’ll never use a “one-size-fits-all“ approach like many others practice! Each couples & family relationship and each individual is unique and should be help as such!

I work with a wide variety of couple dynamics and do dating couples counseling as well: Heterosexual, Bi-racial, same-sex, bi-sexual, plus other “non-traditional“ couples counseling.

Married, living together, or even dating – I can help you become closer and more connected than you thought possible!

My Passion is helping you rebuild and keep the desire, respect, love, plus feeling valued and important in your relationship intensive couples therapy!

Sexual Concerns

I am a sexual health specialist and I cater to both couples and individuals enduring sexual health concerns & sexual difficulties such as:

  • Low or inhibited sexual desire/interest
  • Erectile Difficulties
  • Early Ejaculation
  • Performance Anxieties (fears about sex, one’s ability, taboos, beliefs, values)
  • Body Image (too thin or large; penis size; breast size; deformations)
  • Orgasmic difficulties (preorgasmic primary and secondary)
  • Dyspareunia (vaginal pain during intercourse)
  • Vaginismus (tightening or contractions of the vaginal walls/areas)
  • Traumatic events (former or current rape, abuse, molestation, incest)
  • Sexual Incompatibility

Personal Growth

Self Esteem

We all have times when we lack confidence and don’t feel good about ourselves. But when low self-esteem becomes a long-term problem, it can have a harmful effect on our mental health and our lives. Self-esteem is the opinion we have of ourselves. When we have healthy self-esteem, we tend to feel positive about ourselves and about life in general. It makes us able to deal with life’s ups and downs better. When our self-esteem is low, we tend to see ourselves and our life in a more negative and critical light. We also feel less able to take on the challenges life throws at us. Living with low self-esteem can harm your mental health, leading to problems such as depression and anxiety.

Life Transitions

Adapting to change can be hard, as even beneficial life transitions tend to cause some stress. Throughout a persons life one can expect to experience a significant amount of change. Some of these changes, such as marriages, births, and new jobs, are generally positive, although they may be accompanied by their own unique stressors. Other major life transitions, such as moving, retirement, or entering the “empty nest” phase of life may cause a significant amount of stress. Those who find themselves experiencing difficulty coping with life transitions may find it helpful to speak to a therapist in order to become better able to adjust to changes they cannot control.

Social Skills

Building good relationships with other people can greatly reduce stress and anxiety in your life. Actually, improving your social backing is associated to better mental health in general, since having good friends can act as a “safeguard” for feelings of anxiety and low mood. This is especially true if you are socially anxious and desperately want to make friends but are either too fearful to do so or are unsure about how to reach out to others. As a result of these anxious feelings, you may even be avoiding social situations. It is important practice to develop strong communications skills that would increase the chance for successful relationships.

Stress Management

Stress is very common and in many cases is a good thing. Stress can help us feel attentive and can help us accomplish many tasks very well. In addition, if we are too calm during certain situations we can feel less motivated which will lead us not to react well and possibly make a bad decision. The issue occurs when we have too much stress and many times comes from overusing our bodies natural resources. This can lead to physical problems such as difficulty sleeping, heart disease, obesity, depression and anxiety disorders. However, stress can be management with certain steps and help from therapy.

Coping Skills

Grief Counseling

Grief counseling is a form of psychotherapy that aims to help people cope with grief and mourning following the death of loved ones, or with major life changes that trigger feelings of grief (e.g., divorce, or job loss). Grief counselors believe that everyone experiences and expresses grief in their own way, often shaped by culture.


Trauma is often conjoined with PTSD, with enduring symptoms of nightmares, triggers, emotional breakdown, depression, anxiety, panic, and flashbacks of the traumatic event or events.  Remember, not all sad life events are traumatic. Traumatic events are subject based on the individual or circumstances.

Often, our brain and psyche attempt to protect us, our brain, and our emotions from a traumatic event. Often times you hear of people “not remembering” “blacking out,” or “playing with her puppy” as the trauma was occurring. These are dissociations where the psyche is trying to protect you.

However, our sensory memory remembers these events: what we heard, smelled, saw, felt/touched, and tasted. There needs to be a release of these sensory memories in order to help heal and reduce the traumatic pain and its symptoms.

Examples of trauma are below, and these can be chronic, long-lasting and gripping depending if proper help is sought:

  • Sexual Abuse
  • Rape
  • Emotional Abuse
  • Physical Abuse
  • Car Accident
  • Combat
  • First Responder witnessing
  • Witnessing a murder, rape, death
  • Loss of loved one or pet
  • Divorce
  • Being cheated on

Please note, this list only notes examples, as there are additional traumatic events.

“Greg is absolutely amazing. He has helped me through many many hard times and difficult heartbreaking relationships among many other things going on with my life and my anxiety/depression. I have been going to him on and off for years. He really gets to the core of what’s going on within you and is straight up and honest. I can’t thank him enough for everything he’s done for me. I highly recommend him. He makes the sessions professional, comfortable, welcoming, and relaxing and also makes it feel like you’re just talking to one of your friends. He truly cares and wants to help anyone he can.”

Brittany D.