Dr. Mike Crane

Mike Crane
Psychologist, PsyD

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    About Dr. Crane

  • Expertise in social anxiety, general anxiety, insomnia, sexual identity issues and realizing full happiness with life
  • Skilled in stress reduction and mood improvement
  • Practices Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, with an interest in the "mind-body" connection to health and wellness


Dr. Michael Crane is a licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 25 years of experience in a variety of settings helping people find solutions to their problems, change troublesome behaviors, develop their potential, and improve their personal relationships. 

His areas of interest include adjusting to life’s challenges, anxiety and stress reduction, the “mind-body” connection to health and wellness, and overcoming sleep problems. 

Dr. Crane graduated from Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, with a doctorate in Clinical Psychology (PsyD). He is a member of the American Psychological Association, listed in the National Register of Health Service Psychologists, and certified by the National Board of Certified Clinical Hypnotherapists.


" My approach to therapy is a collaborative one. I don't have all the answers, but I do have some good questions and can help you ask the right questions and come up with goals and answers for yourself. I want to know what you're interested in, what you're struggling with, and what your ultimate goal for therapy is.

If you're thinking of seeing a therapist, it's normal to feel a bit nervous, but what you see on TV isn't true – we simply sit and talk as intelligent adults and work on solutions together. When you call, we'll discuss what you're going through, whether I'm the right person for you, and take it from there.  "



Wright State University, PsyD in Clinical Psychology 



Anxiety  Particularly social anxiety, general anxiety, and dealing with troubles focusing on daily tasks due to worrying
General unhappiness  Overcoming not being fully happy with your current life
Insomnia – e.g., troubles getting to sleep at night; Helping re-associate the bed with relaxation instead of insomnia struggles
Life transitions – Including adjustment to life-changing events
Sexual identity – Including wondering about your sexual orientation and finding ways to come to terms with who you are
Stress management – Including generally coping with life's difficulties and realizing your full potential
Writer's block – e.g., Overcoming procrastination or feeling stuck in the process of completing a masters or doctoral thesis.


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