Carol Van Kampen, MSW, LMSW

Carol Van Kampen

MSW           Wayne State University, 1991
BS              Eastern Michigan University, 1990

Individual psychotherapy with adolescents and adults.

Carol earned her master’s degree in social work at Wayne State University, Detroit, MI.  She has 25 years of experience working as a medical social worker, counselor and case manager. She works with adults, adolescents, families, couples, the elderly, persons with closed head injuries, medically complex patients, the chronically ill, and caregivers.

Areas of practice include abuse and neglect, health related issues, chronic disease, pain management, dementia, caregiver issues, adjustment disorders, depression and anxiety, grief and loss, end-of-life issues, bereavement, stress related disorders, wellness, women’s issues, blended families, relationships and divorce.

Carol employs a person centered, supportive approach along with cognitive behavioral techniques, solution focused therapy, and family systems therapy. She has training in motivational interviewing and focuses on problem solving, change and empowerment, to help clients gain insight, awareness, and experience symptom relief that meet each individual’s unique needs.

Populations Served
Adolescents
Adults
Seniors
Geriatric
Couples/Marital
Family Counseling 

 

Symptoms/Disorders Treated & Areas of Special Interest
Abuse and Neglect
ACOA
Aging
Anger
Adjustment Issues
Adult Psychiatry
Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse
Adult Survivors of Abuse
Anxiety/Panic/Phobia
Behavioral Problems
Bi-Polar Disorder
Blended Family Issues
Bullying
Career Counseling
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Chronic Pain and Illness
Co-Dependency
Communication/Relational Issues
Depression
Divorce Recovery
Domestic Violence
Family Issues
Grief and Loss
Life Transitions
Men’s Issues
Mood Disorders
Parenting Issues
PTSD
Self-Esteem Issues
Self-Injury
Sexual Abuse
Single Parenting
Social Problems
Stress Management
Trauma and Abuse
Women’s Issues