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Michael Higgins LCSW Specializes in substance abuse, inpatient therapy, crisis management, marketing and business development,As well as building client accounts and implementation of new programs and strategies.He enjoys working in the addiction and co-occurring disorder field as he is able to see substantial change and progress within the residential setting with clients. He is certified in EMDR, Motivational Interviewing, CBT, DBT, Gottman couples training. He also has multiple evidence based therapy modalities that he’s able to bring and utilize in every session as well as team building and leadership roles. He is passionate about equal rights and working to help bring voices to those who have been marginalized. Michael is a father of two boys and enjoys having a good excuse to see superhero movies with them.

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