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                      Domenic Tamborriello, LMSW                                                                 Phone:   734-649-7092
                      210 Collingwood, Suite 120                                                                         
                      Ann Arbor, MI 48103                                                         Email: dom@annarbortherapy.com

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DOMENIC TAMBORRIELLO

Domenic Tamborriello
(Photo by Chele)

Domenic Tamborriello, LMSW, has been in private practice for 26 years in Ann Arbor, MI.  He is originally from Pittsburgh, PA where he lived in a predominantly black neighborhood.  He is the son of an Italian father and a Jewish mother.  When he was twelve, his family moved to West Virginia where he lived for fourteen years. He moved to Ann Arbor in 1976.

This range of experiences led him to a commitment to see people as they most deserve to be seen.  He is driven by the concept of fair play and this fuels him to make sure that he is doing everything he can to truly understand and respect every person he meets.  He knows the pain of being misunderstood and is dedicated to helping people learn the communication skills that will help them break the grip of fears that arise again and again when we feel misunderstood. 

He has been an activist in the civil rights movement, the womenís movement, and the menís movement.  He received what is probably the first degree of its kind in the country, a Masters of Social Work degree with an area of specialization in working with men.  He graduated from the University of Michigan School of Social Work in 1983 and has also been and adjunct professor there.  His special sensitivity to race and gender issues make him an excellent bridge between people who are struggling to hear and be heard. 

Having grown up on welfare in a home with a single mom after his fatherís death when he was ten also gives him an appreciation of class issues.  He has worked with people from all socio-economic backgrounds from the poorest among us to millionaires.  He knows first hand that people who are in positions that are supposed to help the neediest among us can be the most insensitive of caregivers.  Because of that, he has never turned anyone away because of an inability to pay.  If you are sincere about having him help you, his door will be open. 

Domenic is open to his clients and is willing to discuss any part of his history with them that will help them feel heard, understood, accepted, and safe. 

He has been featured on television and radio as well as in newspapers and magazines.

 

 

 

 

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