Jeannine Wilkinson, LMSW

Jeannine is a virtual mental health therapist specializing in work with teens, adolescents, and young adults. She has worked in the school setting for the past eight years. Jeannine helps this population manage anger, anxiety, low self-esteem, depression, cognitive impairments, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, emotional impairments, autism, and impulse control concerns.

Jeannine uses cognitive behavioral therapy and a holistic approach to serve her clients. She typically works with clients individually but incorporates family members when appropriate and necessary. Confidentiality is of the utmost importance for Jeannine.

Jeannine is a native of Michigan and received her Masters from Michigan State University. She worked as a medical social worker and school social worker. She truly enjoys working with teens, adolescents, and young adults.
Jeannine enjoys traveling, nature, spending time with family and friends, her dogs, spiritual healing, and positivity.

Jeannine’s practice includes cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), a therapeutic approach that helps clients recognize and stop or change negative thoughts and behaviors. CBT allows clients to explore their emotions in healthy, positive ways. Jeannine also utilizes a holistic approach that helps clients heal in all aspects of their lives. This practice incorporates the mind, body, and soul. Jeannine also finds great value in spiritual approaches such as meditation, yoga, mindfulness, and self-exploration. Jeannine conducts individual, group, and family sessions with teens, adolescents, and young adults.

You can reach Jeannine by calling 231-714-0282 or e-mailing