PETER ROSEMAN PSY. S | LANSING, MICHIGANI am Peter Roseman. A psychotherapist for over 30 years, I practice throughout the Lansing, Michigan area and have been licensed to counsel those with mental health issues, addictions, and substance abuse problems from the beginning of my career. I work mainly with adults, concentrating on men’s issues, marital issues, depression and anxiety and also have particular interest in the areas listed as links below. (Clicking on any of these links will take you to more information about that specific area of therapy.) Whether it is in marriage or couples counseling, working through Post Traumatic Stress, focusing on specific men’s issues or concentrating on one of the other areas of therapy listed below, the theme of being authentic, of being "true to oneself" always runs through my entire practice of therapy, as you will see through this entire site. Click on the following links to find outmore.

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For some, admitting that there would a benefit from therapy might be difficult. Much like this site, you'll find my counseling style to be relaxed, understandable, patient and welcoming, each time we sit together. Whether you have experienced a recent loss or other traumatic event, are in a difficult life transition, or you simply know that something just doesn't seem right, as is often the case with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, depression or anxiety, you will find a lot of useful information here on this site that can help you make sense of what you're going through right now.

I was originally trained in the tradition of Depth Psychology, Gestalt Therapy, and later in the Humanistic-Existential tradition. I incorporated a Cognitive-Behavioral and the Brief, Solution Focused orientation many years ago, and shortly thereafter evolved into working in Transpersonal Psychology, and other more contemporary Psycho-Spiritual paths as well. I continue to use those traditions individually, or in an interwoven clinical framework, depending on the best interest and orientation of my client. My interest in the preservation of indigenous cultures and languages has led to a more intensive understanding of particular folkways and traditions that also inform my work.

I think this site does a pretty good job representing my areas of interest, my training and my clinical orientation. If you are in the Lansing Michigan area, please visit my Getting Started Page, or contact me directly for more information about beginning therapy with me.

Peter Roseman, Psy.S.
517.798.6446
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Self-esteem/Personal Growth/Therapy


My Philosophy of Counseling

Vision and Action

Counseling and The Myth of Opening Pandora's Box

Why Do People Typically Seek Counseling or Therapy?

In Session: Trusting Your Emotions

Counseling and Its Relationship with the Dreamcatcher

My Position on Working with CoDependents and Domestic Violence

Four Unexpected Benefits of Therapy

9 Qualities of Truly Confident People

Feeling Good Yet? Seven Ways to Boost Endorphins

Relationships & Sexuality


Sex Addiction and the Fear of Intimacy

The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

About Couples Counseling

A Stepmom's Nightmare: Tough Situation; Tough Solution

Debora Spar: Where Feminism When Wrong

The Longest Lasting Relationships: How do they do it? Read This!

How Do You Forgive Someone Who Isn't Sorry?

Stop Fighting With Your Partner. Fight With Yourself!

Getting On and Getting It On: Good Sex Isn't Just For The Young!

The Fear of Intimacy: What No One Teaches us about Love

Lasting Relationships Rely on Just 2 Traits!

Women, Here Are 3-Ways Your Emotional Brain Can Help You Communicate With Your Partner

Addiction, Substance Abuse and Codependance


The Addictive Personality

The Treatment of Addiction

The Drug Abuse Screening Test

Michigan Alcohol Screening Test

Narcissim


A Brief Psychology of Narcissism and How to Survive it

Rapunzel: Daughter of a Closet Narcissist

The Myth of Narcissus and Echo 

Men's Issues


What Kids Need from a Dad

Helping Men Find Their Personal Power: Feminism and the Male Conundrum

sol·ace / sälis

Noun: comfort or consolation in a time of distress or sadness.
("he took solace in such understanding")

Verb: give solace to.
(synonyms: comfort, console, cheer, support, soothe calm)