DEAF HELP HERE.
Deaf Help Here provides special services to the D/deaf and hard of hearing community. We understand the core values of the Deaf Community and respect the uniqueness of each D/deaf and hard of hearing individual. We offer outpatient mental health services that are culturally sensitive and linguistically accessible allowing the client to select their communication preference. Deaf Help Here was founded by June Walatkiewicz, LMSW, ACSW, LMFT, BCD, clinical social worker, licensed marriage & family therapist and hearing loss specialist.
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Most people who enter treatment are seeking help with difficult problems in their everyday life. Some come for short period of time and once they have achieve their goal they leave. Other people come to therapy after experiencing a serious life event, which may take longer than brief treatment. Found out more about the services Deaf Help Here has available >>> CLICK HERE FOR HELP
Meet Our Founder
do you need
You are worried, cant stop thinking about the problem.
You often feel very frustrated, over react to situations.
You feel burdened or overwhelmed by your problems.
Your sleep and eating patterns are affected.
You feel trapped and unsure how to solve the problem.
You feel alone, isolated, and withdrawn from others.
You feel angry and misunderstood.
You are trying to make a serious change in your life.
You remain very upset over the loss of someone very important to you.
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LMSW, ACSW, LMFT, BCD
June Walatkiewicz is a licensed clinical social worked and licensed marriage and family therapist with over 25 years experience in the mental health field.
As a child of Deaf Parents with sign language communication skills which were formalized as a qualified Interpreter for the Deaf. She later expanded her educational goals by obtaining her Masters in Social Worker from Wayne State University. She specializes in outpatient mental health with the individuals with hearing loss in the tri county area.
In 2004, she was recognized as Social Worker of the Year by MI-NASW for her work with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
June serves on the NASW-MI Mental Health Task Force for the Deaf, Deaf Blind and Hard of Hearing and continues to advocate for equal access for this population.
She has given presentations to medical residents at Beaumont Hospital, Michigan Rehabilitation, Sign Language Students at Madonna University and Macomb Community College, Health Care Insurance Providers, and Parent Support Groups, and other interested groups on the unique treatment issues for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.