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Alison Neihardt

Alison Neihardt is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with a private practice in Northern Michigan, where she grew up. Alison works with children, teens, and parents. She has a Masters of Arts in Counseling from Spring Arbor University, a Bachelor’s of Science in Counseling and an Associates of Arts in Early Childhood Education both from Great Lakes Christian College in Lansing, Michigan. Alison has been in private practice since 2008 and works with a variety of ages of children from ages three to seventeen. A portion of Alison’s clients are children of substance users. She sees the consequences of parents who use substances and how it affects their children and other family members.

Credentials:

Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)

Masters of Arts in Counseling

Bachelor’s of Science in Counseling

Associates of Arts in Early Childhood Education


Articles By Alison Neihardt

The Benefits Of Family Counseling When Dealing With Substance Abuse And Addiction

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The Benefits of Family Counseling When Dealing with Substance Abuse and Addiction

When someone in the family uses substances, whether it is drugs or alcohol, their substance use affects everyone in the family. The whole family suffers and plays different roles for the substance user. Whether they are enabling or in denial that there is even a problem or trying to just get through each day, everyone […]

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Marijuana Use During Pregnancy

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We all know how important it is for expectant mothers to be the healthiest they can be during pregnancy. Whether the pregnancy is planned or not, to be healthy not only for themselves but also their unborn child is of utmost importance. Anything a pregnant woman exposes her body to also affects her unborn child. […]

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How Parental Substance Use and Abuse Affects Children

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When we see someone who uses drugs or alcohol, many times we only think of how the use of substances affects them, but, there is a MUCH bigger picture here. Substance users have families, they are parents, children, aunts, uncles, grandparents, and so on. So, when we see someone with a substance abuse problem, we […]

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