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Welcome Message:

Hello and welcome to the website of Michael DeVine’s Dublin Counseling & Coaching practice.  By visiting my website, I am guessing that you are in the beginning stages of trying to find a counselor for yourself or a loved one. Michael DeVine counseling is a comprehensive private counseling & coaching practice that specializes in focusing on treating individuals and their families, not just treating their diagnoses.

I understand how difficult of a decision it is to decide to seek out professional help and finding the right counselor can be a very daunting task. I think finding a professional that you are comfortable and confident with is one of the more important criteria that a person should look for in a counselor.

In my experiences, I have learned that demonstrated abilities & past successes are the most reliable pieces of evidence in predicting competency in a professional. With that in mind, I have tried to provide as much information about my background, philosophies, training, publications, and professional accomplishments on my website so you can get a good idea of who I am and how I can help your family.  Furthermore, clients need to be confident that their clinician is up to date on all of the latest research; so you will also find articles, blogs, and twitter feeds with all of the latest research and discoveries in the field of psychology & neuroscience.

So I encourage you to explore my website and if you think I might be the right choice for you and your family, you can contact me and we can setup a free phone consultation to discuss how I can help. Once again, thank you for visiting my site and I look forward to hearing from you.

-Michael D. DeVine, MS, LPC-S

 

Michael’s Blogs:

The Question Nobody is Asking: Why Are America’s Youth So Preoccupied With Getting High?
Fly The Friendly Skies
How To Let Your Child Fail The Right Way
Failure To Launch: UncoveringThe Epidemic Of Unmotivated Young Adults In America
Treating the Person Versus Treating A Diagnosis
Part 3: “I Got Ya!”:How mindfulness can help get our mind back under our control
Part 2: "I Got Ya!":How mindfulness can help get our mind back under our control
Part 1: “I Got Ya!”: How mindfulness can help get our mind back under our control
Michael's Golden Rule
Bullying Hurts: How Bullying Takes Our Brain's Ability to Adapt and Turns it Against Us.
Could PTSD Be a Significant Cause in Police Shootings?
Time to Change The Conversation: What We Should Be Learning From Celebrity Deaths
What Is Really Going On With This "Knock-Out Game"?