Robert Garcia, MD
Dr. Garcia is a DIPLOMATE of the AMERICAN BOARD of PSYCHIATRY and NEUROLOGY, Inc (a member BOARD of the AMERICAN BOARD of MEDICAL SPECIALTIES) and specializes in both Child/Adolescent and Adult population.
He received his training in Adult Psychiatry from Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan and continued his subspecialty in the area of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
He is an affiliate staff member of Providence Hospital, a part of the St John Health System and a member of the following organizations - American Psychiatric Association, American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, American Society of Psychoanalytic Physicians, Michigan Psychiatric Society and the Michigan Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
Dr. Garcia utilizes both brief psychotherapy and medication management to treat various psychiatric disorders. He also maintains a network of mental health and medical specialists for referral when the need arises.
Contact Dr. Garcia @ (248) 912-0080
Jean Gust, PhD
Dr. Gust is a fully licensed Clinical Psychologist. In her over 17 years experience in the mental health field, she specializes in treatment for adults 18 years and older, experiencing depression, anxiety, survivors of abuse, stress management, and women's issues. Her clinical orientation is eclectic, with strong emphasis on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Dr. Gust held the title of adjunct professor at Eastern Michigan University for five years, of which she left to devote her services to full time clinical work. She is a long time member of the American Psychological Association and the Michigan Psychological Association.
Contact Dr. Gust @ (248) 470-3346
Fred Sandler, PsyD
Dr. Sandler is a fully licensed Clinical Psychologist in Michigan and Florida. He treats a diverse population with a wide spectrum of difficulties. Dr. Sandler routinely treats children, adolescents, adults, and couples. His clinical orientation is eclectic.
Contact Dr. Sandler @ (248) 962-5754
Ted Faris, MA , LPC, NCC
Mr. Faris is a nationally certified counselor (LPC). He has been in mental health field for over 30 years and his theoretical approach is client-centered. He integrates various theories in a prescriptive way which best suits your needs, such as cognitive behavioral, narrative, solution focused, psychoeducation, self-directed neuroplasticity, mindfulness, and coherence therapy.
He has lived in the Detroit area all his life and found that in his experience anxiety, self-doubt, and anger, seem to be the most underlying causes of many of life's difficulties. Learning how to cope with these immoblizing factors can be very freeing for day to day living. Mr. Faris has an array of strategies and tools one can learn, gain insight and help rid of these difficulties.
Contact Mr. Faris @ (248) 912-0080
Terrie Browning, LPC. CFC. DCC
Ms. Browning is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Forensic Consultant, Distance Credentialed Counselor (online counseling) and holds a Master of Arts in Psychology, specializing in Counseling Psychology. She has over 20 years of experience working with individuals, couples, groups and families, ages 3-93yrs old and uses goal-oriented therapies to assist clients and families who want to resolve past issues and move forward to obtain balance in their lives. Other modalities Ms. Browning utilizes to help clients are improving communication skills, self esteem, gain a sense of fulfillment, and be at peace in their lives with an emphasis on Cognitive Therapy and Mindfulness.
Her other experiences include Providence hospital affiliation providing psychological assessment within the Emergency room department, Behavioral Clinician in psych units and partial program, Online counseling, DUI, alcohol and substance counseling. State evaluations and assessments.
Contact Ms. Browning @ (248) 342-9254
Elaine Swenson, MA, LLP
Ms. Swenson has more than 35 years of experience in clinical and school settings and have strong background in special education laws and their implementations. She also specializes in interventions with children, adolescents and adults and their families. Ms. Swenson has an extensive adult practice, skilled in psychological assessments and uses an eclectic approach emphasizing cognitive and behavioral therapies.
Contact Ms. Swenson @ (248) 763-9807
Suzanne Bilodeau MA, LLP
Ms. Bilodeau is a Limited License Psychologist and has experience with individuals of all ages and provides assessments and treatment for anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, bipolar disorder, trauma, workplace and daily stress, and anger management. Ms. Bilodeau focuses on an individual approach for each client.
Contact Ms. Bilodeau @ (248) 912-0080
Lynn Watkins, MA, LLC
Ms. Lynn Watkins is a Limited Licensed Counselor. She is a member of the American Counseling Association , Chi Sigma Iota and is the Director for Mentors Plus-Oakland County. is currently completing a “Child and Adolescent” specialization. This is advanced training in the area of development in infants through adulthood. Her orientation is person-centered incorporating other modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Adlerian and Existential theory. She specializes in depression, anxiety and difficulty with life transitions. She offers assessments in the area of career interests and helps clients align their personal interests to be able to select from a variety of career choices.
Contact Ms. Watkins @ (248) 912-0080
Zivile Priebe, Education Specialist
Ms. Priebe has more than fifteen years of experience in Special Education. She specializes in ADHD, Learning Difficulties, Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD), and Cognitive Training. Her other fields of specialties include memory and focus improvement, organization, planning, problem-solving and critical thinking.
Contact Ms. Priebe @ (248) 912-0080
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