Matthew Swartz, LMSW Director of Training & Development, is a counselor, therapist, and fulfillment coach with PCS-Counseling. Matt’s life purpose is to help people reduce pain and increase fulfillment in their daily lives through healing and growth. He is passionate about working with leaders and influencers that are ready to build their ideal life through personal growth and leave a lasting positive impact on their families, businesses, and world. Matt combines compassion and cutting-edge techniques, based on his clients’ needs and goals, to maximize growth.
Working with Individuals
Matt specializes in working with those looking to lead an extraordinary life and seeking deep transformation. He specializes in anxiety and stress, grief and loss (especially loss to suicide), trauma, high performers, and adjusting to major life transitions.
Matt’s passion is working with leaders, entrepreneurs, change-makers, high performers, and young professionals seeking mastery and a dynamic life. Matt works with helpers, healers, and artists looking to design a meaningful life through emotional mastery. To help his clients in achieving extraordinary results and lasting healing, Matt employs a specialized technique, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) to stimulate powerful and lasting changes in his clients’ brains and bodies.
Speaking and Training
As Director of Training and Development, Matt is passionate about inspiring groups, organizations, schools, and businesses into healing and growth through simplifying complex ideas into clear action steps. He has trained Fortune 500 companies, Northville Public Schools, and Novi Community School District. He has spoken at Columbia University, the New York Academy of Medicine, and the City of Farmington Hills.
Speaking and Training Topics:
- Stress Re-Imagined
- Anxiety Made Simple
- Trauma-Informed Care for Schools and Organizations
- Master Your Mindset
- Leadership Re-Imagined
Matt graduated with his Masters in Social Work from Columbia University, and received his bachelors in psychology and liberal arts from the Honors College at Michigan State University. He is trained in multiple therapeutic techniques, including Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Complicated Grief Counseling, and Interpersonal Skills Training.