Sheri Stankorb-Geiselman, LMSW, offers psychotherapy for adult individuals, older adolescents, couples, and parents, as well as family-focused work with children. At the heart of her work is a belief that transformation is possible in an atmosphere of warmth, collaboration, and attunement. Sheri sees clients dealing with a wide range of issues, including anxiety, depression, attentional problems, adjusting to stressors and life transitions, relationship struggles, parenting difficulties, and more. She also helps those who may not be experiencing significant symptoms, yet feel stuck in certain aspects of their life, career, or relationship. Her integrative approach honors the wisdom of each person’s natural ability to adapt, and draws from multiple perspectives, including cognitive-behavioral, attachment-based, family systems, Gottman method, Emotionally-Focused Therapy, play therapy, mindfulness, and interpersonal neurobiology.
Sheri graduated from the University of Michigan with a Master’s Degree in Social Work, as well as a Bachelor’s Degree in English. The years between those degrees brought much personal and professional experience with writing, film/video production, theatre, yoga, and horses. She completed both her clinical field placement and her postgraduate work at the University of Michigan Center for the Child and Family (UCCF)