Michelle Bunk, LMSW



Clinical Social Worker/ Therapist LMSW

As a social worker with over 20 years of experience in the fields of mental health and education, I am passionate about providing my clients a caring, non-judgmental environment where they can regain focus, plan, and problem solve and become the best version of themselves.

I work best with middle and high school students as well as young adults with issues of anxiety, depression, executive functioning, grief and loss, and social difficulties. My theoretical modalities include cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and solution-focused therapy, as well as a deep understanding of the impact of various traumas on mental health and functioning.

Additionally, as a long term school district employee, I am a great advocate for kids, teens and families and am familiar with the IEP process. As a trained parent educator, I am committed to helping all parents of all kids be the best parents they can be. You will find me to be a compassionate, knowledgeable and positive parent coach.

I would welcome an opportunity to meet you and help you achieve your very best life!

In Person


What Inspires Me

“HOPE is the little voice you hear whisper “maybe” when it seems the whole world is shouting “no!”

Where I Volunteer

Oakland County Crisis Organization (OCCRO) – Debriefing First Responders and community members who have experienced a traumatic event

Tel: 248-221-2031
Hours: Mondays and Thursdays afternoons and evenings
Rate: $170 per session
Insurance: Blue Cross and Blue Care Network

My Ideal Client:

Teens over the age of 14 and adults, who struggle with anxiety, depression, executive functioning issues, emotional regulation difficulties. I work well with patients who are experiencing life transition issues (college kids launching, empty nest parents, caring for elderly parents or special needs children). Patients who are experiencing grief and loss related to death or divorce will find me to be a sympathetic listener and a great problem solver.