Susan Neuman Taylor, MSW LMSW LMFT

A licensed master social worker and licensed marriage and family therapist in the state of Michigan. Ms. Taylor has a broad history of experience in several mental health settings. She has experienced working with individuals of all ages, as well as families and couples. Mood disorders, behavioral disorders, ADHD, autistic spectrum disorders, caretaker stress and grief.

Marilyn Cooke Strobel, LLP, CSW, CAADC, Clinical Member AAMFT

A seasoned professional with specialties in substance abuse (HPRP provider), mood disorders, codependency, life transitions, serious illness, marriage, family and individual issues. Comfortable with spiritual issues, many years of practice in varied settings; a clinical member of longstanding in American for Marriage and Family Therapy.

Mary Hui-Wee, PhD, CAADC, CCS

Psychological testing for mood and personality disorders, ADHD, learning disabilities and anger management. Treats mental health and substance abuse disorders, women’s issues, infertility, depression, anxiety and relationship issues. Also provides supervision as required.

Robin Groat, LPC, CAADC

Population: 13 and older. 

Specialties: ADHD, anxiety, depression, life issues, marital and substance addiction. 

As a Professional Licensed Counselor, I enjoy assisting people to succeed at creating the changes they desire in their lives. I will provide you therapeutic support and encouragement while offering you the skills, strategies and coping tools you can utilize to create desired change, bring healing and develop healthy thinking and behavioral patterns.

Cathy M. Cook, LPC, RD

Providing a caring, confidential, nonjudgmental environment for adolescents and adults to explore issues of disordered eating, depression and life transitions including divorce, death, grief and infidelity. Also a registered dietitian (RD) combining nutrition knowledge and counseling skills to support individuals with improved health, well-being, and live their best life.

Thomas Ott, LLP, MDiv

I work effectively helping people to overcome anxiety, panic, depression, unresolved grief and loss, addiction, codependency and relational conflict. As a therapist with theological training, I help people integrate their spiritual, emotional and relational lives.

Donald R. Horner, LLP, CAADC

Problem gambling, substance abuse (HPRP provider).  Works with adults, older adolescents, couples, health care professionals, PTSD, anxiety, depression, job jeopardy issues.  A specialty working with first responders.

Sherry Pancost, LLP

A Master’s level Psychologist who has experienced working with clients across the developmental spectrum, from young children to seniors, utilizing cognitive behavior therapy and holistic approaches. She specializes in assessment and treatment of anxiety disorders, depression, self-esteem, adjustment to life transitions, child and adolescent behavior and development issues, addiction, codependency and parenting challenges.

Aaron Begley, MA, TLLP

I received my Bachelor’s in Psychology and Sociology from Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, MI, then I received my Master’s in Clinical Psychology from Roosevelt University in Chicago, IL. I am currently working towards obtaining my LLP (Limited Licensed Psychologist). I have tons of experience in working with children and adolescents who struggle with a wide range of mental illnesses and their symptoms, suicidal ideation and/or self-harm, and even general emotional and/or behavioral disturbances. I’m also comfortable working with adults within the same capacity.

Jene (Ervin) Hamilton, MA, LLP

Jene (Ervin) Hamilton, MA, LLP is a Masters level Limited License Psychologist.

He has over 23 years of experience working in the mental health field and has received training in a variety of therapeutic techniques such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing, Applied Behavior Analysis, and a variety of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) techniques.

He has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly.

Trained in both therapy and psychological assessment, he has extensive training in the administration of psychological tests including, but not limited to, the Wechsler series, the Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery, the Rorschach, and the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory 2.

His areas of work include anger management, depression, anxiety, impulse control, behavior disorders, and developmental disabilities.