Marcy Adams Sznewajs is the president and owner of Beverly Hills Therapy Group of Michigan. She received her bachelor’s degree in exercise science from the University of Michigan and her master’s degree in counseling from Oakland University.
Marcy’s clinical experience includes working with adolescents, emerging adults and families experiencing challenges including depression, anxiety, addiction, LGBTQ issues, interpersonal relationship struggles, grief and life-transitions.
Marcy’s approach toward therapy is introspective, yet positive and hopeful. She believes everyone has the potential to live a life of purpose and joy. Using a combination of humanistic, psycho-educational and cognitive behavioral modalities, Marcy works with her clients explore, process and make peace with the challenges they face, so that they can become more fully engaged, happy and confident in life. She is a passionate advocate for teens and especially enjoys working with adolescents and their families during these often tumultuous years.
Marcy also has specialized training and experience in suicide prevention, working with gifted youth and adults, and as a Love and Logic instructor.
In her free time, Marcy enjoys spending time with her husband and three kids, dabbling in the creative arts, spending time at her cottage in northern Michigan and training her dog, Betsie, a TDI Certified Therapy Dog.