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Janusz Wrobel

Janusz Wrobel obtained his Ph.D. in Psycholinguistics from Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland, and later returned to school to get an additional master’s degree in Counseling from Oakland University. He has been a psychotherapist with Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan since 2008 with areas of expertise in: Mental Health (adults and adolescents, including anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and self-esteem), Couples, Family and Marital Therapy, Immigrant Stress, and Christian Counseling. His work history also includes: Impact EAP & Work/Life Program, Evergreen Counseling, Change Is Possible Counseling Services, North Suburban Counseling Associates, Oakland University Graham Counseling Center, Polish Psychological Clinic, Metro Medical Practice, and Balance and Harmony Counseling. His treatment philosophy is based on his belief that genetic predisposition is not a destiny but is a risk. “I believe in the freedom to shape our fate and that we have the power of refusing to be a toy of fate,” Wrobel says. “One’s responsibility for choices, heroism of admitting mistakes, and wisdom of learning from those mistakes creates the basic ingredients of apt use of the freedom given us by God. Our weaknesses are not our destiny—the boldness of overcoming them is.”