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Jan Ulrich, MSW


(734) 662-6300 Ext. 82

Personal Statement

We come into the world ready to connect. It is through our first relationships that we develop our beliefs about ourselves, others and life. Since life is complex and many factors affect those significant relationships as they develop, the patterns that evolve can become entrenched and problematic. Loss, small ”t” and capital “T” traumas can also complicate things. Therapy is one way of addressing the negative beliefs and past traumas, especially when they show up as self-defeating behaviors or depression and anxiety. My intention as a therapist is to create a safe space. From there, we would work together to identify what isn’t working, acknowledge the strength that got you through, release the old, stuck stuff and discover new beliefs that allow for a life rich in connection, creativity, satisfaction and delight.




  • Gender: F
  • In practice since: 1995
  • Alternative languages: Spanish and French
  • Age: Children and Adults



  • Graduate School: University of Michigan
  • Year Graduated: 1995


  • ADHD, Anger Management, Anxiety, Assault, Attachment, Birth Trauma, College/graduate school adjustment, Cultural/Immigration Issues, Depression, Grief and Mourning, Infant Mental Health, Parent-Child Psychotherapy, Peri-natal Mood Disorders, Play Therapy, Post Adoption Issues, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Relationship problems, Sexual Abuse/Incest, Stress reduction, Women's Issues, Work related problems

Treatment Preferences


  • Orientation: Eclectic, Attachment-based, EMDR, Psychodynamic, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Play Therapy
  • Modality: Individuals, Families

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