ERika Budson, MA, LPC, ATR
Life’s challenges can often feel isolating and extremely frustrating. I have been working in the healing arts for over 15 years and have clinical experience working with children, adolescents, and adults who experience anxiety, depression, and trauma. I am a certified professional counselor, art therapist, and yoga instructor.
My hope is to create a safe space where people can explore life’s challenges without judgment. I have worked for over 4 years specifically with survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sexual abuse.
On a more personal note, I have been interested in my own development from a young age and have explored herbalism, yoga, art, and meditation for over twenty years. Through my own experiences, practices, and explorations I have come to find that the greatest peace can be found through connection with the self.
Steven A. Conyers, M.A., T.L.L.P.
Steven is a licensed psychotherapist; he received his Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Tennessee State University and his graduate degree in clinical psychology from the Michigan School of Professional Psychology. He believes in creating a safe judgment free environment that allows his clients to explore the true meanings of their thoughts and feelings. By creating a therapeutic relationship that embodies trust, compassion, and empathy often relief is discovered. He is experienced in working with couples with relationship struggles and adults who have experienced addictions, traumas, grief, anxiety, depression, and family conflicts.
Tiffany Currington, LMSW
At the core of my practice is the belief that each of us already has the strengths and tools that we need within us. I align with my clients to help them heal and grow in an safe, and therapeutic space. It is important to me that clients are equal collaborators in their therapeutic process. My work is shaped through a trauma-focused lens. I enjoy witnessing people flourish in the face of adversity and hardships. At the same time, I understand that each person comes into therapy with different needs and experiences. I draw from a number of skill-sets to tailor treatment to each individual according to their needs.
I have experience working with people impacted by anxiety, depression, transitions, grief/loss, relationship challenges, parenting and trauma. I am passionate about empowering women and mothers , victims of domestic violence, sexual abuse survivors, and empowering men to reach their fullest potential in relationships and fatherhood. I believe that helping clients to reach their goals is built on a foundation of empathy and human connectedness. Therapy is an opportunity not only for you, but also for me, as we are always learning from each other. I am humbled that you would consider the challenge of reaching out to me so that I may walk alongside you on your unique journey.
Cassie Feldpasuch, L.L.M.S.W.
Cassie is a limited licensed Master of Social Worker who graduated from the University of Michigan in 2013 specializing in Interpersonal Relationship and Mental Health, with a concentration in children and adolescence. She has 5 years post graduate, and 2 years pre-graduate experience working with a range of ages, populations, symptoms, and disorders. Her therapeutic style blends humanistic, interpersonal, cognitive-behavioral, dialectical behavioral, Trauma-Focused CBT and mindfulness-based techniques. She is experienced in providing therapy to individuals who have experienced trauma, attachment/relationship problems, depression, anxiety, relationship/family conflicts, gender concerns, sexual orientation concerns, obsessions/compulsions, hording concerns, impulse control, and various forms of addictions.
Zena Hasano, Psy.D., D.L.L.P.
Zena is a licensed psychotherapist that specializes in the treatment of sexual trauma for women. She received her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from Michigan School of Professional Psychology. She is a practicing psychologist with over 9 years experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. Zena highly values the therapeutic process and believes in working together with the client to confront and process unresolved difficulties.
Phillip Hunter, M.A., L.L.P.
Phillip Hunter is a limited-licensed psychologist and graduate of the University of Detroit-Mercy's Clinical Psychology program. His clinical experience includes nuanced work with veterans of all branches of the military, children and adolescents, and adults as diverse as the experiences that they bring into discussion. His approach to therapy is based in a humanistic and psychodynamic foundation that operates with the understanding that individuals are the experts of their own experiences. Therapy offers a safe context to explore those experiences for meaning without judgment or assumptions. Specialties include: recovering from trauma of all natures (e.g., violent, sexual, environmental, social, cultural, political), grief and loss, relationship concerns, sexual addiction and identity, depression & anxiety, family of origin issues, incarceration, and substance-related concerns.
Anca Napau, M.A., L.L.P.
Anca is passionate about supporting individuals in reaching their highest potential while living authentically. She utilizes a warm and non-judgmental approach to create a safe space in which clients can explore current and past concerns, and increase self-awareness. Her therapeutic style blends humanistic, interpersonal, cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness-based techniques. Anca works with adults who experience depression, anxiety, relationship concerns, family conflict and LGBTQIA concerns. Anca earned her masters degree in Clinical Psychology from the Michigan School of Professional Psychology.
Emily Perraut, M.A., L.L.P.
Emily Perraut, MA, LLP, is a licensed psychotherapist who specializes in helping adults find emotional freedom and authenticity through identifying, processing, and releasing traumas, negative experiences, stress, and maladaptive beliefs. She works from a strengths-based perspective and tries to help clients de-pathologize their symptoms and experiences through providing psycho-education about the complex interplay of neurophysiology and psychology. Emily is certified in a powerful and effective methodology called Brainspotting, which is informed by the science of how our brains and bodies hold and release trauma and stress, and which embodies humanistic, existential, and client-centered principles. She employs a variety of therapeutic modalities based on each person's individual needs and desires, all of which occur in the context of a safe, supportive, empathic, compassionate, and attuned client-therapist relationship. Emily holds a Bachelors degree (BA) from Oakland University and a Master of Arts (MA) degree in Clinical Psychology from the Michigan School of Professional Psychology.
Rachel Radjewski, L.M.S.W.
Rachel has a Master of Social Work, with a sub-concentration working with military personnel and their families. She has extensive experience working with individuals (adults and teens) with PTSD and traumatic experiences as an inpatient and outpatient clinician. In addition, she has worked closely with those who are challenged by addiction to drugs and alcohol. Through these experiences, she has found clients need to trust, feel safe, and have a willingness to grow with their therapist. She believes in building this relationship first by providing a non-judgmental, empathetic, and compassionate atmosphere. She has been trained in EMDR as well as other forms of therapy to include DBT, TF- CBT, & Motivational Interviewing, and a background and training in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction and I am a Registered Yoga Teacher 200 hour. My approach is to meet my client where they are. I do not believe there is one way to approach therapy, instead I believe in a blend that is unique to the client. Please feel free to contact me for a free consultation or appointment by phone or email.
Ayana Simmons, Psy.D., D.L.L.P.
Ayana received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Wayne State University and a Masters and Doctoral degrees from Michigan School of Professional Psychology. Ayana has experience working with children, adolescents, adults and families. She engages concerns of identity, depression, anxiety, addiction and trauma. She embraces therapy as an opportunity for growth.
David St. John, PH.D., L.P.
Dr. St John received his undergraduate degree in psychology from Wayne State University, and his graduate degrees in clinical psychology from the University of Detroit-Mercy. He is a practicing psychologist with over 20 years experience, having trained and worked in hospitals, clinics and nonprofit organizations, with adults, adolescents, children and families. While Dr. St John has extensive training and experience working with a wide range of diagnostic categories (including anxiety, depression, trauma, psychosis, TBI and addiction), he specializes in working with human beings compassionately and collaboratively—regardless of the extent or intensity of their presenting problems.
Elyse Symons, M.A., L.L.P.
Finding a therapist who you can trust and feel comfortable with can be an overwhelming process at any time, especially when you are already struggling with some area of your life. In my office I provide a warm, compassionate, judgment-free environment. I have extensive experience in working with children, teens and adults. My focus is on helping people with anxiety, trauma/PTSD, grief and family/parenting concerns.
Quinn Thomas, Psy.D., D.L.L.P
Quinn is a licensed psychotherapist who received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Albion College, and his graduate degrees in clinical psychology from the Michigan School of Professional Psychology. He specializes in working with people from various cultural backgrounds, and at-risk youth. He has experience working with clients on issues with depression, anxiety, ADHD, opposititional-defiant, anger management, and family conflicts.
Jackie Tobey, M.A., L.L.P.
Jackie received her undergraduate degree in psychology from University of Michigan-Dearborn and her master's degree from Wayne State University. She is a Limited License Psychologist (LLP) with over 15 years of experience in a variety of settings including community agencies, public schools, and clinics. Jackie was trained in the cognitive behavioral modality, but utilizes a personalized, eclectic, and integrative approach to psychological treatment. She is a certified Brainspotting practitioner, a powerful treatment approach for healing a range of traumas such as grief, loss, chronic illness, injury, assault, disrupted/disordered attachment and other afflictions such as depression and anxiety. She works with people of all ages and is passionate about providing healing services to clients from historically underserved populations (LGBTQ, women, minorities, disabled, etc.). She provides an environment of mutual trust, openness, and honesty so clients feel safe and actively engaged in the process of developing a deeper awareness and connection to self, a sense of empowerment and purpose, and the life skills they need to heal and become their best selves.
Teresa, Turner, Psy.D., D.L.L.P.
Dr. Turner specializes in the treatment of children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Turner prides herself on being empathic while providing a warm, safe, and accepting environment. Her main objective as a therapist is to help her clients make the necessary changes in their lives that will allow them to look forward to the future, with confidence. Dr. Turner practices from a client-centered perceptive where the treatment is modified to fit the needs of each individual. She has extensive history in treating anxiety, depression, stress management, disruptive behaviors, ADHD parent/child relationships, school difficulties, teenage concerns, and anger management. Dr. Turner holds a Bachelor’s degree (BA) in psychology from Oakland University, a Masters of Arts (MA) degree and a Doctorate degree (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology from the Michigan School of Professional Psychology.
Derek, Zuhlke, Psy.D., D.L.L.P.
It is never too late to begin a new chapter of your life. The thought of therapy can be scary and overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be. My intentions are to always provide a warm and welcoming environment that will offer continuous support to you on your journey. I value the trusted relationship between the therapist and client. I have experience working with adolescents, teenagers, and adults in dealing with depression, anxiety, life transitions, relationship issues, anger, emotional issues, and various other unique concerns that you might be experiencing. My focus of treatment implements aspects of humanistic, existential, psychoanalysis and cognitive behavioral therapy. I received an MA in clinical psychology in 2012 and my doctorate in 2016. I receive weekly supervision and am licensed in the state of Michigan. The next powerful and positive chapter of your life begins today. I look forward to hearing from you