Randy Flood is credentialed as a Limited Licensed Psychologist and holds an master's degree in Counseling Psychology. He has provided specialized evaluation and counseling services for men since 1992. In 2000, he joined The Fountain Hill Center and co-founded the Men’s Resource Center of West Michigan, where he currently serves as Director and is the principal therapist in providing individual counseling and group psychotherapy for men for issues such as anger management, domestic abuse, and sex addiction.
Whether providing group counseling, counseling for couples, or individual counseling for women, men, and boys, Randy champions a holistic approach. He designs his counseling services to meet an individual’s needs and circumstances, continually evolving his practice in a way that provides clients the opportunity for healing and growth in a safe and secure environment. And, he understands that it takes courage to leave the security of the familiar patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving in order to seek new ways of living. He considers it a privilege to sit with individuals one-on-one and in groups while they share their pain, joy, fears, and passions along the road to wellness—renewed mental, emotional, and relational health.
Randy is often sought out for family court-related services including coaching, expert consultation, and testimony. He is known for his expertise in providing evaluations and counseling for individuals and families experiencing custody and parenting time problems. He offers clinical services where issues such as parental alienation, sexual acting out, or substance abuse has been alleged or identified in families, particularly in situations of reject and refuse dynamics in parent child contact problems. His guiding principle is to be an impartial and truth-seeking evaluator. He aspires to serve the best interests of the children in Custody and Parenting Time disputes and to approach evaluations with multiple hypotheses, pursuing important information from various data sources. Rather than approach an evaluation with a confirmatory bias, he works to have the data inform his conclusions and recommendations and communicates those in thorough, timely, and readable reports.
- Expert Testimony
- Men’s Therapy & Assessments
- Parent-Child Reunification
- Parent Coordination
- Parenting Capacity Assessments
- Parenting Time/Custody Evaluations
- Reject and Refuse Dynamics in Parent Child Contact Problems Evaluations
- Therapeutic Supervised Parenting Time
- Substance Abuse Assessments
- Women’s Therapy & Assessments
Group Therapy Services:
Presentations and Workshops:
Altogether Boys program helping boys and young men find the courage to tackle tough situations, the strength to be sensitive to complex issues, and the intelligence to build strong friendships
Consultation and trainings for schools, churches, and professional organizations on anti-bullying initiatives, men’s issues, domestic abuse, sex and porn addiction, custody and parenting time issues, and parental alienation vs. estrangement
Co-therapy with Mary Jo Drueke (especially when a female perspective is requested)
Couples counseling to help individuals understand and thrive in the art of love and intimacy
Individual counseling for clients experiencing relationship problems due to issues such as poor self-management, emotional awareness, and relational deficits
Parenting coordination to help divorced parents with the difficult task of co-parenting after divorce
Psycho-educational programming for men related to domestic abuse, anger management, sexual addiction, and fathering
Psychological evaluations to assess parenting fitness, domestic abuse, anger, sexual acting out, parental alienation, and custody and parenting time arrangements
Psychotherapy groups for men including monthly transformational bodywork with Ken Porter
- Body/Mind Integration
- Childhood Trauma
- Couples Counseling
- Divorce Coaching
- Family Counseling
- LGBTQ+ Support
- Life Coaching
- Pre-Marital & Marital Counseling
- Psychological Evaluations
- “Revealing Men” podcast available on Apple Podcast and Google Play
- “Stop Hurting the Woman You Love; Breaking the Cycle of Abusive Behavior” (Hazelden, 2006).
- “Mascupathy: Understanding and Healing the Malaise of American Masculinity” (2014).
Randy Flood Information
- 534 Fountain St NE,
- Phone Number:
- (616) 456-1178
- MA, LLP