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Safety in healing.

Growth through support.

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Throughout our life we have periods where we struggle or feel stuck. Whether it is biological, or through life circumstances, we come to a place where we need a helping hand to get us through the toughest of circumstances.  At Alphabet Shuffle, LLC, we take the time to understand each individual's struggle and develop treatment to meet your or your family members needs.

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We believe that people who come to us are not only looking for stability, they are looking for new ways to enjoy relationships and improve their overall quality of life. We do not define therapy as a passive process, but an “active” process which involves the participation of not only the individual, but their families as well.

To make an appointment or for inquiries, please call our office at (906) 424-4476. You may also press the "contact us" link to email the office. You do not need to have a referral to begin counseling with us.  Just a simple phone call or email to our office will get you on your way to better emotional and mental health.  

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One in five people will experience a 

mental health concern in their lifetime. 

 Many will never get the care they need. 

Others will struggle to find the right 

 treatment and services to help them recover.

Did You Know?

On average, American adults wait 10 years from the onset of symptoms of mental illness to seek treatment.

Suicide is one of the leading causes of death in adolescents and adults, ages 15 to 24.

Symptoms of major depression usually begin in the mid-twenties.

The average age at onset for a first manic episode is in the early twenties.

​50% of Americans will meet the criteria for a diagnosable mental health condition sometime in their life, and half of those people will develop conditions by the age of 14.

Symptoms of schizophrenia usually begin to show in the late teens or early twenties.

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