Michelle Salzman, LCSW, LSCSW, RN
Michelle is a registered nurse and a licensed clinical social worker with over 30 years experience in servicing others in need. She received her nursing degree from Avila College in Kansas City, Missouri. She received her Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Kansas.
The uniqueness of her dual licenses provides her the ability to view clients and their concerns in a manner which takes into consideration both their physical and emotional needs. Being able to treat the “whole person” more effectively, due to her experience in two professions, increases the options and support for her therapeutic practice.
She provides a safe, nurturing atmosphere where clients learn new options and behaviors. She believes it takes much courage and strength to change what is not working for you. With that wisdom, we allow the truth to inspire our authentic selves.
Her goal with clients is to provide encouragement to change the behaviors, thoughts, and feelings which are decreasing their quality of life. In learning these new skills, the client gains independence and freedom to create a balanced, healthy life.
Learn how to say “no” to negative, automatic thoughts that:
Gain freedom and independence.
Discipline, maintaining couple time, blended families, children and divorce, adolescent/teenage concerns, young adult/empty nest.
Parenting—Let go of:
Balance guilt, frustration, and power with wisdom, intuition, and healthy judgment.
Communication and premarital counseling, divorce guidance.
Explore ways to rekindle your relationship. Learn how to: