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Christine Dievendorf WeissPLLC

Compassionate, confidential counseling services for children, teens, and adults in Southwest Michigan and online.

Everyone needs their own place to pause, breathe, speak, and reflect, and to build and create. My goal as a therapist is to provide this place so my clients can better understand themselves and their relationships with others and move forward in a life of purpose and connection.

Areas of Expertise

  • ADD/ADHD and Executive Functioning (all ages)

  • Adoption/Foster Care

  • Animal Assisted Interventions (w/Certified Therapy Dog)

  • Anxiety

  • Blended Families

  • Chronic or Terminal Illness

  • Depression

  • Divorce

  • Grief/Loss

  • Human Trafficking Survivors

  • Life Transitions and Adjustments

  • Parenting

  • Pregnancy and Perinatal Mood Disorders

  • Parent/Child Relationships

  • Self-Esteem

  • Sexual Assault and Abuse

  • Spiritual Concerns

  • Trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • Women’s Issues

Adler Jane, Therapy Dog

Adler is a trained and certified therapy dog. She and Christine are a registered Therapy Dog Team with Alliance of Therapy Dogs. She works with Christine in some office sessions and volunteers around the Kalamazoo area, bringing comfort wherever she's needed.


Adler comes to the office when needed or requested but can also stay home or keep to herself across the room when appropriate. She loves sock monkeys, anything with peanut butter, and meeting new people of all ages and personalities.

Our world is a busy, complicated place full of impersonal demands and unrealistic expectations. Living our lives on full display in the digital age can make it even more difficult to find true authenticity, peace, and fulfillment. We need the opportunity to pause and reflect on what we truly want for ourselves and for our families, and the reminder to be intentional about how our energy and gifts are being used in pursuit of our passion and purpose. Counseling offers this opportunity for self-examination, allowing us the chance to assess our own emotional health and interactions with others, expand coping skills, develop personal strengths, and solidify and repair relationships.

The challenges faced by kids and teens today are not so different from those we face in our adult lives. Without the autonomy that comes with adulthood, there is an added element of helplessness for kids and teens, and this lack of control makes life’s unexpected twists and turns seem even more difficult to handle. We can’t control the world around us, but we can equip ourselves and our kids with the support and skills needed to thrive in the midst of chaos.  We can enjoy rich relationships, a solid sense of our own intrinsic value, and successful futures as balanced, emotionally resilient members of our families and communities.

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Contact Me

Thank you for visiting me online! I look forward to the opportunity to work with you. Please contact me for more information or to schedule your first appointment. 

5400 Holiday Terrace

Suite 200A

Kalamazoo, MI. 49009

Tel: 269-520-0050
Fax: 269-520-0051

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