Cheryl holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan and a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology from Moody Theological Seminary. She is Gottman Level 1 and 2 certified for couples therapy and facilitates community care groups for step-family couples. Her background includes work with individuals with depression, anxiety, grief, autism spectrum disorders, and relationship difficulties, among other mental health related concerns. She is especially passionate about helping couples and families work through the special challenges of step-/blended-family life. Most importantly, she is dedicated to helping her clients achieve personal growth and healing, and the restoration and flourishing of once troubled relationships. Currently, she is seeing clients at the Plymouth and Livonia locations.
Ashlee has a Master’s degree in Psychology/Health. She specializes in academic underachievement, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, anxiety, and developmental/behavioral issues. She is currently seeing clients in the Dearborn and Plymouth locations.
Dr. Jill Norbury-Jaranson (Dr. Jill) has strong empathy and an ability to quickly assess and narrow treatment focus for maximum potential gain. She is a Limited License Clinical Psychologist with extensive experience in psychological assessment, sexual offender risk assessment, military veteran compensation and pension evaluations, and therapeutic goal development. In addition, Dr. Jill supervises several interns at a non-profit agency and has been an international conference speaker and research presenter. She has a passion for helping individuals and families find and integrate healthy perceptions, strengthen relationships, and grow through traumatic/stressful experiences. She has office hours in Plymouth on Wednesday and in Dearborn on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Steve graduated from Grand Canyon University in 2011 with a Master's degree in Addiction Counseling and added a Master's degree in Professional Counseling two years later. Steve specializes in treating depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, ADD, and ADHD. He has also successfully treated dozens of individuals, groups, and families that possess addictions including heroin/opiates, cocaine, amphetamines, and alcoholism.
Alyson received her Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Eastern Michigan University. She is also a National Certified Counselor. She primarily works with adults and older adults with anxiety, depression, anger, and relational concerns. Alyson uses an eclectic approach to therapy that combines techniques from cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, person-centered, and solution-focused therapies. She currently sees clients at the Plymouth, Livonia, Brownstown and Dearborn locations