Washtenaw County, MI Mental Health Services
(Updated April, 2010; Next Update- April, 2014)


360 CONSULTATIONS
Phone: 734-213-8308 Fax: 734-929-9355
101 W. Liberty Street, Suite 360 , Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Email: referrals@360a2.com Website: www.360a2.com 360
Consultations is a gathering of mental health treatment providers in downtown Ann Arbor. We each have independent practices: appointments, fees and accepted insurances are arranged by each practitioner. Referrals may be made to individual clinicians or to the group. We provide a variety of psychotheraputic treatments for children, adolescents, young adults, adults, and families. The three psychiatrists provide care for children, adolescents, young adults, and adults. We often work collaboratively with each other, and we welcome the opportunity to work with referring therapists and physicians.
Affiliated Clinicians: Jane York Bornstein, LMSW; Sara M. Dumas, MD, PLC;   Maureen Garner, PhD; Melissa K. Richter, LMSW;   Kendra Shih, MD, PLC; Teri Wolf, MD, PLC


ANN ARBOR CENTER FOR THE FAMILY
2395 Oak Valley Drive, Suite 100 , Ann Arbor 48103
Website: www.annarborcenter.com
Email: aacff@annarborcenter.com
Phone: 734-995-5181
At Ann Arbor Center for the Family, we are committed to providing thoughtful, caring, strength-based services to adults, children, adolescents, and families. We offer psychotherapy with individuals, couples, and families; group psychotherapy; psychiatric evaluation and medication management; divorce mediation; education and training; assessment; consultation; and services for Deaf clients. Referrals can be made directly to a professional or to the Center. Arrangements for appointments and fees are made by the individual professional. Office contact person is Chris Wozniak.

Staff:
Kenya Alexander, M.D. Joy Wolfe Ensor, Ph.D. Eileen Mollen, Ph.D.
Brian Ashin, LMSW Paul Estenson, Ph.D. Andrew Orosan-Weine, Ph.D.
Manal Assi , M.D. Hilda Halabu, Ph.D. Ellen Barahal Taylor, Ph.D.
Kate Drinkwater, LMSW Moria Hubbard, Psy.D. Mary Whiteside, Ph.D.
Douglas Ensor, Ph.D. Lori Lichtman, Psy.D.  

CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES OF WASHTENAW COUNTY
4925 Packard Road, Ann Arbor 48108
Phone:  734- 926-0155
Website: www.csswashtenaw.org/bhs/
The professional and caring staff at Catholic Social Services of Washtenaw County provide personalized therapy to individuals, couples, and families experiencing problems, which may include, but are not limited to: adult life cycle changes, personal growth, coping with depression, anxiety, stress and anger, parent/child relationships and communication, family conflict, blended family development and growth, divorce adjustment for children and adults, grief and loss, marital/relationship problems, difficulties adjusting to adolescence, school or work-related stress, self-esteem and identity struggles and conflict, substance abuse, young adult adjustment, ...and many more. Our outpatient clinic is staffed with board certified psychiatrists, nurse practitioner and over 20 LMSW’s and MA psychologists. Most insurance plans accepted, sliding scale fee for non-insured.
Hours: Monday - Thursday: 8:30am - 9:00pm, Friday: 8:30am - 5:00pm, Saturday: 9:00am - 3:00pm
Call about mental health services in Spanish..


CENTER FOR EATING DISORDERS
111 North First Street, Suite 2, Ann Arbor 48104.   
Phone:  734-668-8585
Email: info@center4ed.org
Website: www.center4ed.org
Founder and Executive Director: Judith Banker, MA, LLP, FAED
Medical Director: Melissa Sundermann, D.O., FACOI
Clinical Director:  Amy Pershing, LMSW
Nutrition Consultant:  Lee McDonagh, RD
Founded in 1983, the Center for Eating Disorders offers treatment, support, and referral services for people with eating disorders, their families, and the community. Programs include Bodywise, treatment for binge eating and related eating disorders and comprehensive outpatient treatment services for children, adolescents, and adults with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and related disorders. Weekly support groups for those in recovery from eating, weight, and body image issues meet every Monday night from 6-7 and every Wednesday, noon-1. Pre-interview or therapist referral required. Call or email for further information.


CENTER FOR FAMILY PSYCHIATRY
Phone : 734-944-8300; Fax: 734-944-8303
1235 Industrial Dr, Suite 4 , Saline MI 48176
Webite: www.centerforfamilypsychiatry.com
Medical Director: Moina Hassan, MD; Clinical Director: Ravi S. Kirbat, MD
Founded in 2004, the clinic is a private outpatient mental health provider based in Saline with five experienced and well trained psychiatrists and eleven equally competent psychotherapists. They provide a range of treatment options including individual, marital and family counselling, child and adult psychiatric care. The culture at the clinic is of caring and competent care with emphasis on communication both within and to the outside providers. We take pride in working with outside clinicians and primary care physicians to provide consultations. We are on the panel of most of the major local HMO and commercial insurances. The staff consists of: Maureen Noble, MD; Luven M. Tejero, MD; Sajid Hussein , MD; Liz Borener, LMSW; George M. Daigle, PhD; Pat Hoeft, MSN, LMSW; Jean L. Kanitz, PhD; Giovanni Minonne, PhD; Richard Rickman, PhD; Mary S. Royce, LMSW; Margaret Ryder, LMSW; Tara Saunders, LMSW; Deana Smith, LMSW; Caryl B. Stock, PsyD


CHELSEA COMMUNITY HOSPITAL BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES
Inpatient and Outpatient Programs
775 S. Main Street, Chelsea, MI 48118
Phone: 734-475-4029; Toll free 800-328-6261
Website: www.sjmercyhealth.org
Medical Director: Etienne Dehoorne, MD
Department Administrator: Nancy Siegrist, MPA
Services include inpatient and partial hospitalization for adults with primary psychiatric diagnoses and/or co-occurring substance abuse disorders. Outpatient Clinic is staffed with board certified psychiatrists, specializing in child, adult and geriatric psychiatry, and nurse practitioners and master’s prepared, licensed therapists. Wide range of expertise in child, adolescent, adult and older adult psychiatric and substance abuse disorders. Available services include medication management, individual, family, and group therapy and group education. Both inpatient and outpatient ECT services available. For information and admission, contact our centralized assessment services.


THE COUNSELING CENTER OF ANN ARBOR
THE ADD CENTER OF ANN ARBOR
342 South Ashley Street, Ann Arbor, 48104
Clinic Director: Ken Land, MSW
Phone: 734-761-7204, Fax 734-761-7226
E-mail: thecounselingcrt@sbcglobal.net
Thorough testing and interview driven assessment protocol with comprehensive report for the diagnosis and management of ADD/ADHD, including medication management for children and adults.  Downtown Ann Arbor for over twenty years.



EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY COUNSELING CLINIC
College of Education Clinical Suite, Porter Building, Suite 135
(off of West Circle Drive on the EMU campus), Ypsilanti, MI 48197
Coordinator of Counseling Services: Perry C. Francis, Ed.D., LPC
Website: www.emich.edu/coe/clinics/
Phone: (734) 487-4410 Fax: (734) 487-0028
The Counseling Clinic is a non-profit training center operated by the Department of Leadership & Counseling. Clinical services are offered by advanced graduate students in the counseling program under the supervision of EMU professional counseling faculty. The Counseling Clinic offers a broad range of counseling services that address most emotional and behavioral issues (depression, anxiety, relationship issues, career choice, academic problems) as well as offering parent education and stress prevention programming. A variety of career and personality screenings are available (MBTI, Strong, CPI, BDI, Anxiety, Occupational Stress, MCMI, etc…) at low cost. The Counseling Clinic offers a free initial consultation for all clients. Ongoing services are free of charge for all students, faculty, and staff at EMU. For all others who continue counseling, a sliding fee scale is applied. This fee can be waived due to financial difficulties. The Counseling Clinic offers services during the entire academic year and throughout the summer.

EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY PSYCHOLOGY CLINIC

611 West Cross Street, Ypsilanti, MI 48197   Phone: 734-487-4987
Clinic Director: Karen Saules
Website: www.emich.edu/psychology/dept-psychologyclinic.html
The Eastern Michigan University Psychology Clinic is a non-profit teaching facility operated by the EMU Department of Psychology. Clinical services are provided by graduate students under the supervision of licensed EMU clinical psychology faculty. A broad range of behavioral and emotional issues can be addressed, including problems related to depressed mood, stress/anxiety, anger, substance abuse, eating behavior, relationship conflicts/dissatisfaction, behavioral and emotional complications of or contributors to medical problems, and behavioral and emotional problems of childhood and adolescence. Psychological assessments of learning disabilities and ADHD can be conducted at low cost ($200). Therapy is provided at a fixed fee of $10 per therapy hour.  Fees are not negotiable. The clinic operates year-round.


HURON VALLEY CONSULTATION CENTER
2750 South State Street, Ann Arbor MI 48104
Medical Director: Joseph Meadows, M.D.
Clinic Director: Alex Martinez, MSW
Phone: 734-662-6300
Website: www.HVCCINC.com
Email: hvcc@compuserve.com
Founded in 1973, Huron Valley Consultation Center is a private, non-profit outpatient mental facility. We are dedicated to providing high quality, comprehensive services for adults, adolescents, children, couples and families. Our diverse staff of experienced therapists and psychiatrists offers individual, marital, and family therapy, as well as psychiatric evaluation and consultation for an array of mental health issues. Psychological testing is also offered. The clinic is accredited by the Joint Commission. HVCC is a recognized provider for Blue Cross, BCN, Priority Health, Medicare and most other insurances.

Staff:
Naomi Barends Alcaine, Ph.D. Rob Hejna, LMSW Marilyn Overmyer, LMSW
Gloria Barends, LMSW Barry Jaffe, LMSW Susan Pierson, LMSW
Walli Bellairs, LMSW Michael Joseph, LMSW Dan Proux, M.D.
Sandra Bingham, LMSW Wendy Kadushin, LMSW Michelle Samuel, LMSW
Sara Brackenbury, LMSW Beth Kafkakis, M.A. David Schlitt, Psy.D.
Lou D'Alecy, M.A. M. Amjad Kahn, M.D. Matruka Sherman, LMSW
Robert DeYoung, Ph.D. Monica King, LMSW Wendy Thompson, Ph.D.
Sharon Dodd-Kimmey, M.D. Janet Leigh, M.A. Tom Turner, M.A.
Steve Foley, Ph.D. Janet Leister, M.S. Lani Porter Wang, LMSW
Dion Frischer, Ph.D. Shani McLoyd, LMSW Laurie Wechter, LMSW
Hope Gawlowski, Psy.D. Christine Mueller, M.D. William White, Jr., LMSW
Cynthia Greene , LMSW Avi Nires, Psy.D. John Wittekindt, M.D.
Sharon Grob, LMSW Janet Ogle-Mater, M.A. James Wortley, LMSW


SAINT JOSEPH MERCY BEHAVIORAL SERVICES
2006 Hogback Road, Ann Arbor, M1 48105
Medical Director: Dwarkanath Rao, M.D.
Clinical Lead: Michael C. Ware Ph.D.
Medical Directors: Dwarkanath Rao, M.D. & Pamela Sohoni, M.D. (Clinical Director, Child & Adolescent)
Ann Arbor Main Number 734-786-2300, Intake 734-786-2301, Canton 734-981-3800
Hours 8:00 am - 8:00pm M-F; Saturdays by appointment. This comprehensive program includes treatment for adults, families, children and adolescents of all ages around such issues as: depression, anxiety, adjustment to divorce, grief and other losses, behavioral and performance problems. Individual, family, and group modalities are available as well as psychological and educational testing. Appointments are available by calling Intake at 786-2301 during business hours. Most insurance accepted including Priority Health, Aetna, H.A.P., Cigna, and most Blue Cross plans. For more information, visit www.sjmercyhealth.org/behavioralservices.


SAMARITAN COUNSELING SERVICES
2890 Carpenter Road, Suite 1600, Ann Arbor 48108
Phone: 734-677-0609
Samaritan Counseling Services is the nonprofit professional pastoral counseling and psychotherapy extension of Washtenaw, Livingston and Western Wayne County congregations. Our mission is to provide cost-effective counseling, psychotherapy and preventive education which utilize psychological, theological and medical disciplines to treat the whole person. Our certified, licensed professionals offer individual, couples, family counseling and child play therapy as well as education and training. Consultation services are available to clergy and physicians. Most insurances accepted.

Staff:
Kit Fuller, LMSW Jocelyn H. Pyett, M.A. Robert Wright, M.A.
Evelian Jabaay, M.A. J. Silva-Goncalves, M.A., Ed.D.  
Gordon Prepsky, M.A. Jean Wixom, Ph.D.

 



STILL WATERS COUNSELING, CONSULTING & PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES
137 Keveling Dr., Saline, MI 48176 Phone: (734) 944-3446
403 N. Broad St., Adrian, MI 49221 Phone: (517) 266-8500
Website: www.still-waters-counseling.com
Directors: Brian Pearson, Ph.D; Smita Nagpal, Ph.D. Office Manager: Kelli Tokarczyk
Still Waters Counseling offers a comprehensive range of services including individual and family counseling for children and adults, marital or relationship counseling, substance abuse assessments and treatment, assessments for ADHD, guidance and education for parents, and consultation to area schools and agencies. Our name, Still Waters, reflects our attempt to be still and reflective and truly listen to our clients. We are also expansive in our notion of what benefits the client, and work with the systems surrounding the client (e.g. family members, physicians, courts, school personnel), when clinically indicated. We have an ongoing Meditation group that meets once a month. We accept most major insurances, with the exception of HAP and Value Options.
Therapists: Nic Cooper, Ed.D.; Jim Sweigart, LLP, LPC; Christie Mastaw-Benoit, LMSW; Elizabeth Solomonson, LPC; Evangelina Griener, LLPC; Ashley Hudson, LLPC


THE THERAPY CENTER OF ANN ARBOR
111 North First Street, Suite 2, Ann Arbor 48104
Agency Director: Judith Banker, MA
Phone: 734-668-8448
Program Services Director: Amy Pershing, ACSW
The Therapy Center of Ann Arbor, a private outpatient facility, provides individual/group psychotherapy for adolescents and adults as well as counseling for families and couples. The Center also offers a specialized treatment program for individuals with anorexia nervosa, bulimia and compulsive/binge eating disorder. The Eating and Weight Disorders Program (EWDP) provides individual/group psychotherapy, evaluations & assessments, nutrition counseling, support groups and family consultation. The Therapy Center also offers Bodywise,a specialized program within the EWDP, for the treatment of compulsive overeating or binge eating disorder. Professional training and supervision are available. Some insurances accepted.


UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY
1500 East Medical Center Drive, Ann Arbor 48109-0704
Webpage: www.med.umich.edu/psych/
Appointments & Admissions: 734-764-9190 or 800-525-5188 (Michigan only)
Multidisciplinary subspecialty as well as general psychiatry programs involving both inpatient and outpatient settings with centralized screening and appointment with the proper program are available. For after hours emergencies, call 936-5900.
Programs and directors are listed below:
Anxiety Disorders- James Abelson, Ph.D.
Behavioral Medicine- Ovide Pomerleau, Ph.D.
Emergency Services- Karen Milner, M.D.
General Outpatient Services- Shelia Marcus, M.D.
Managed Care- Thomas Carli, M.D.
Mood Disorders- Elizabeth Young, M.D.
Personality Disorders- Kenneth Silk, M.D.
Schizophrenia- Rajiv Tandon, M.D.
Substance Abuse- Kirk Brower, M.D.


 
UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR THE CHILD AND THE FAMILY
Suite 1465 East Hall, 525 East University, Ann Arbor 48109-1109
Center Director: Jerry Miller, Ph.D.
Intake Coordinator: Eileen Bond, MSW
Phone: 734-764-9466
The University Center for the Child and the Family is a University of Michigan agency offering a comprehensive range of mental health services for children and families in the community. University affiliation is not required to receive services. Services include comprehensive assessments of the full range of child, couple and family concerns, psychological testing, learning disability and ADHD evaluations, individual therapy for married and unmarried couples, therapy and guidance for children and families experiencing loss, family therapy, lesbian, gay and bisexual family services and social skills groups. The Center has a sliding scale fee structure. Many insurance plans cover our services. The Center is an M-Care provider.
Staff:

Orli Avi-Yonah, Ph.D.
Eileen Bond, M.S.W
Peggy Buttenheim, Ph.D.
Christen Chapman, M.A.
Sharon Gold-Steinberg, Ph.D.

Joseph Harvey, M.D.
Jerry Miller, Ph.D.
Mary Ortega, M.S.W.
James Plunkett, Ph.D.
Elinor Rosenberg, ACSW



UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN FAMILY ASSESSMENT CLINIC

555 South Forest Street, Ann Arbor 48104-2531
Clinic Director: Kathleen Coulborn Faller, Ph.D., ACSW
Phone: 734-998-9700
The Family Assessment Clinic is a multidisciplinary team providing assessments, treatment, case record reviews and court testimony on cases with questions of child maltreatment. Clinicalcounselingis available for children adolescents, and their families experiencing trauma and abuse. Cases are referred by DHS (child protection, foster care and adoption), courts, law enforcement, schools and other social agencies. Time-limited groups are offered for mothers of sexually abused children and adolescents involved in dating violence. Call for current group session dates and times. Sliding-scale fees available for treatment clients. DHS CONTRACT #: COUN 04-99195.
Staff:
Leena Dev, M.D. Mary Ortega, L.M.S.W. Susan Smith, L.M.S.W.
Margaret Erickson, L.M.S.W. Robert Ortega, M.S.W., Ph.D. Frank Vandervort, J.D.
Elise Hodges, Ph.D. Kathy Schoof, L.M.S.W.  



UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN PSYCHOLOGICAL CLINIC

525 East University, Suite 2463 East Hall, Ann Arbor MI 48109-1109
Clinic Director: Robert Hatcher, Ph.D.
Phone: 734-764-3471
The Psychological Clinic is a University of Michigan agency offering outpatient mental health services for adults and couples 18 and over. University affiliation is not required to receive services. Services include consultation, psychological testing, adult LD and ADD testing, short and longer-term psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral therapy for individuals, and couples therapy, and groups for social phobias (psychiatric consultation available in conjunction with therapy). Sliding scale fee, M-Care.

Staff:
Alex Barends, Ph.D. Robert Hatcher, Ph.D. Michelle Van Etten-Lee, Ph.D.
Barbara Cain, M.S.W. Maria Slowiaczek, Ph.D. Susan Watts, M.S.W.
Susan Cutler, Ph.D. Jeffrey Urist, Ph.D.



UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN SEXUAL HEALTH COUNSELING SERVICES

East Ann Arbor Health Center, 4260 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor MI 48109
Program Coordinator: Claudia Kraus Piper, ACSW
Phone: 734-763-4963 Ext. 1
Website: www.med.umich.edu/sexualhealth/
Evaluation and treatment of sexual health concerns for individuals and couples associated with relationship difficulties, illness, accident, and medical treatment. Counseling also available for those undergoing fertility treatment. Coverage by many insurances including Blue Care Network, BlueCaid and Medicare. Sliding scale fee also available.
Staff:
Sallie Foley, LMSW, ACSW
Joyce Glisson, LMSW
Claudia Kraus Piper, LMSW, ACSW
Casey O'Gara, R.N., LMSW
Daniela Wittmann, LMSW, ACSW


 

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