Henry Ford behavioral health therapist, Brandon A Ugolini, LPC

Brandon A Ugolini, LPC

Specialties: Behavioral Health Therapist

Board Certification and Education


  • Central Michigan University, Counseling, MI, 2013

About Me

Biographical Statement

Brandon Ugolini is a licensed, professional counselor who has dedicated his career to helping young adults, teens and children manage behavioral and mental health conditions.

He became interested in psychology early in life and is driven by the desire to help others live a happy and meaningful life. He is passionate about helping people through difficult life transitions and emotional pain, by acting as a guide through the process of self-discovery and personal growth. Brandon’s clinical work focuses on the treatment of depression, anxiety, and other behavioral health concerns. He also enjoys helping parents gain the tools to better understand how to help their child during difficult times or challenging behaviors.

Brandon received his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Wayne State University and his master’s degree in professional counseling from Central Michigan University.

Care Philosophy

"I believe the basis of a successful psychotherapy experience is a warm, empathic and non-judgmental environment where patients feel understood, supported and accepted. I love helping patients become the best version of themselves, by helping to shape and change the way they see themselves and the world around them."






Henry Ford Medical Center - Columbus
39450 W 12 Mile Rd
Novi, MI 48377

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