Through therapy, patients gain insight into unhealthy thought process, emotions and behavioral patterns.


My name is Dr Andrea Andrzejczak

I am a fully licensed psychologist in Grosse Pointe, MI specializing in treatment for adolescents and adults suffering from depression, anxiety, panic disorder, and personality disorder as well as other conditions.

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The therapeutic process of psychotherapy is a collaborative effort between therapist and patient.

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Frequently asked questions

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What health insurance do you accept?

I participate with the following health insurance companies:

  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Cofinity
  • Humana
  • Magellan
  • Medicare
  • PPOM
  • Tricare

I am not a panel provider for Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs).

Why choose a clinical psychologist or social worker for therapy?

A clinical psychologist had earned a masters degree (typically a two year program) and then a doctorate degree (typically a five year program). Additionally, a clinical psychologist must complete a one year hospital internship and have practiced under supervision for 2000 hours. With the extensive education, clinical psychologist can assess, diagnosis and treat a broad spectrum of mental illness. Only someone with a doctorate degree can be a clinical psychologist and work in a private practice setting.

Typically, someone calling themselves a psychotherapist (M.A or M.S.) has a master degree. They must be supervised by a Ph.D. or a M.D. to be in compliance with the state licensing board. A social worker (M.S.W.) has a two year degree and can treat people with out supervision.

For further inquiries, please contact me.