Dr. Don McMillan

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Dr. McMillan is a Director of Archway Counseling, LLC; his office is located in Farmington Hills, MI.
Pitsonehone: (248) (771)229-2631
Emagoneil: DrDonMcMillgoopan@gmail.com

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Dr. McMillan earned his Doctoral Degree in Clinical and Humanistic Psychology from the Michigan School of Psychology. He employs a wide variety of therapeutic approaches, developing a unique method for each client which is tailored to meet his or her specific needs. He works with clients seeking assistance with: relationship and family issues, including pre-marital counseling; life transitions, including marriage, birth, divorce, career change, grief and loss; depression or anxiety; and addictions. Dr. McMillan has specialized training and experience in the areas of alcohol/drug addictions, relationship issues, internet related addictions, sexual issues, crisis intervention, and critical incident debriefing (CISD). He works with clients in individual, couple, family and group settings.

One doesn't discover new lands without consenting to lose sight of the shore for a very long time. - Andre Gide


Therapeutic Approach

In times of crisis or acute distress, what we often need most is someone to listen carefully, and to ask just the right questions, as we talk out our problems and discover the solutions that were in us all along. As a psychologist and psychotherapist, Dr. McMillan believes that we hold within ourselves the answers to our deepest questions, and the solutions to our most vexing problems; all we need is some guidance to help us find them.

When Dr. McMillan begins work with a client, he approaches him or her as an individual, with unique problems and concerns. He tailors his focus and approach accordingly, developing a novel therapeutic process for each individual, specifically designed to meet his or her needs. Seldom relying on "talk therapy" alone, Dr. McMillan often helps clients tune in to their emotional and physical experience as additional routes to discovering answers.

The first step toward change is awareness. The second step is acceptance.
- Nathaniel Branden


Getting Started

Selecting a competent, professional therapist in a time of distress may seem like an overwhelming task. To help you get started, Dr. McMillan has developed the following two brief articles: What is Counseling? & How to Choose a Therapist.

If you would like to discuss beginning work with Dr. McMillan, he may be reached at (248) 229-2631, or via this contact form.

Problems do not go away. They must be worked through or else they remain, forever a barrier to the growth and development of the spirit.  - M Scott Peck

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Archway Associates is a group of licensed, experienced, degreed professionals who are passionate about helping clients heal. Healing occurs in a safe, trusting environment which respects the spiritual and emotional uniqueness of each client. This environment, and the personal skill and caring of Archway professionals, provide an optimum setting empowering clients to heal, and to reach their fullest human potential.

Archway counseling sites are located throughout the metropolitan Detroit area, including Oakland, Macomb and Wayne Counties. Counseling is conducted in the comfortable, confidential atmosphere of community and church settings.

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The Michigan School of Psychology (MSP) is a unique school of professional psychology that emphasizes personal growth, authenticity and creativity as integral parts of the academic process. The institution has been a leader in clinical, experiential self-directed education for nearly four decades.

MSP offers an educational climate that values personal choice, self-determination, and free-will, important components of human potential addressed by the humanistic model of psychotherapy. While preserving its legacy of humanistic and existential roots, MSP integrates contemporary theories and practices to promote quality education of competent practitioners and scholars. The institution searches for opportunities to contribute to the well-being of individuals and society through its leadership in humanistic and clinical psychology and the advancement of qualitative research.

The schools' mission is to educate and train individuals to become reflective practitioner-scholars with the competencies necessary to serve diverse populations as professional humanistic psychologists and psychotherapists.