Stephen Lovell, Counseling Intern

Person-Centered Counseling for Children, Teens, and Adults

Stephen Lovell, Counseling Intern,


Masters of Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Western Michigan University (Graduation August 2024)


Mental Health Counseling Intern Supervised by Kay Foster, LPC
Stephen Lovell

My name is Stephen and I’d like to meet you where you’re at. You might be feeling lost,  confused, and overwhelmed in life, but you don’t need to go it alone. Let’s work together to slow things down, maybe process the past or focus on the present while we find a better way forward. I’m here for it and your future best self. I’ll approach you as a unique individual and aim to understand you and your unique life experiences. I take a non-directive position, allowing you the autonomy to take this where you need to go while I support you along the way. My goal is to provide a safe, accepting, and inclusive space for you to feel comfortable enough to laugh, cry, and everything in between. I believe there is power and healing in human connection. Give me a call when you’re ready, and we can work together to unlock your potential to a fuller, more meaningful life.

Insurance Accepted

Stephen's Bio

Stephen is an intern counselor serving the Grand Rapids, MI community through in-person and telehealth counseling. He is currently a student at Western Michigan University and plans to graduate in August of 2024. Stephen provides individual counseling from a holistic and culturally sensitive approach with children, adolescents, and adults. His experience has mostly been with elementary students and adults with physical disabilities but is open to working with anyone. He prefers to dig deep and talk about the uncomfortable, scary, and messy things we all encounter in ourselves. Stephen follows a person-centered and existential approach to therapy that focuses on accepting clients where they are and supporting their growth forward while searching for meaning in their lives.