All Things Possible Wellness Center, PLLC was founded and created based on the Bible verse Matthew 19:26, “Jesus looked at them and said, “With man this is impossible, but with God ALL THINGS are POSSIBLE.”” (NIV). With the foundations of the formation of ATPWC based in Christianity we operate from the belief that ALL that walk through the doors of All Things Possible Wellness Center, PLLC are worthy of HOPE, HEALING, and HEALTH no matter what your beliefs are. We are honored to implement your personal religious or spiritual beliefs into your treatment planning, if you desire us to do so.
Veronica H. Visger MA, LPC, NCC
Veronica is the Clinical Director of All Things Possible Wellness Center. She is a nationally board certified (NCC) Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Psychometrician. Veronica earned a Post-Masters Mental Health Counseling Specialization Certificate, a Master’s degree in Counseling, and a Bachelor’s degree Magna Cum Laude in Psychology all from Oakland University. Her Post-Masters Certification included in depth training in Psychodynamic Theory and psychological/psycho-educational testing & assessment under psychologist James Hansen, PhD. In 2017 Veronica was nominated for, and awarded, the Outstanding Practitioner Award from Theta Chapter Chi Sigma Iota Academic & Professional Counseling Honor Society.
Veronica has worked in an assortment of roles in mental health practices. Veronica administers psychological and psycho-educational testing. She also engages in counseling/psychotherapy with those she feels blessed to serve. Veronica is also an internship supervisor and LLPC license supervisor in the state of Michigan. Veronica’s clinical approach is based on theories and techniques from Psychodynamic approaches, CBT, Adlerian, Humanistic, and Existential perspectives which she utilizes in a way to meet each client’s individual needs. Veronica has experience working with a wide range of emotional and behavioral struggles in outpatient and inpatient settings. Veronica enjoys working with individuals and couples as well. She has experience in treating depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, personality disorders, co-dependency, grief, chronic pain, and substance abuse. She partners with her clients to increase self-awareness, foster empowerment, and identify restrictive behavioral patterns that may hinder personal growth. Veronica also utilizes a client’s spirituality/faith to help them on their healing journey, per their request.
Professional affiliations for Veronica include: Golden Key International Honor Society, Member ; Psi Chi International Honor Society, Member; Theta Chapter Chi Sigma Iota Academic & Professional Counseling Honor Society, Member & Past Fundraising Committee Chair; American Psychological Association, Member; American Counseling Association, Member; Michigan Mental Health Counselors Association, Member; and Michigan Counseling Association, Member & Professional Development Committee Chair 2017-2018 & Public Policy and Legislation Committee Chair 2019-2020.
In addition to her work as a licensed clinician and counselor advocate Veronica has been on the front line helping current human sex-trafficking victims to feel loved and safe to foster rescues on the streets of Detroit since 2014. Veronica also believes in coming from a place of abundance and helps other clinicians to establish their own practices. Previously Veronica has served her community as Sunday School Superintendent, Home Communion Minister, and on the Board of Christian Education at places of worship. Her passion for serving others in Metro Detroit, both professionally and personally, is contagious.
Veronica enjoys attending continuing education conferences/workshops. She also enjoys spending time with family, game nights, traveling, yoga, bicycling, kayaking, and reading.
Ashley Kraut MA, LPC, NCC
Ashley Kraut pursued her graduate degree at Oakland University, and received a Master of Arts degree in Counseling. Ashley is a member of the American Counseling Association and is a Nationally Board Certified Counselor. During the seven years prior to receiving her degree in counseling, Ashley worked with children who have developmental disabilities, assisting in the children’s emotional and intellectual growth. Ashley continues to have a passion for working with children, and individuals with developmental disabilities. Since receiving her license in counseling, Ashley has worked with adults and children in both in-patient and outpatient settings.
Ashley has a history of treating depression, generalized anxiety, social anxiety, self-harming, adjustment concerns, life transitions, relationship issues, anger management, trauma, and has experience in crisis situations. Ashley typically utilizes cognitive behavior therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, or humanistic treatment approaches during sessions. However, treatment approaches vary according to each client’s individual needs. Individual, group, couple, or family counseling is provided. Ashley also believes in utilizing the wisdom, truth, and healing that can be derived from the Bible and prayer. Ashley is an active member in her church community through her involvement in children’s ministry and the worship/arts team. Ashley has been married for three years, and keeps Christ at the center of her marriage. Ashley strives to create a safe, accepting, and warm environment for clients to embrace their therapeutic journey towards self-exploration, insight, strength, and healing.
Tonya Rice MA, LPC, NCC
Tonya Rice is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the State of Michigan with over 10 years of experience. She has earned her Bachelor’s degree in Family Life Education and her Master’s degree in Counseling, both from Spring Arbor University. Tonya has an extensive background in working with individuals (adolescents, adults and seniors), and families. She specializes in working with such disorders as depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, ADHD, survivors of abuse, Bipolar disorder, co-dependency, divorce recovery, grief and loss, pre-marital and marital counseling, OCD, parenting issues, PTSD, self injury, women’s issues and relationship issues.
Tonya is positive, encouraging, caring, non-judgmental, understanding and compassionate. Her approach to counseling is to get to the root of the issue to facilitate true and long lasting change. Tonya’s counseling techniques include cognitive behavioral, client centered, psycho-educational, supportive, insight and play therapy techniques as well as biblical based psychotherapy.
Karen Weier MA, LPC, NCC
Karen Weier is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). She received her Masters of Arts in Counseling from Oakland University, and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology/Counseling from Rochester College. Karen is a member of the American Counseling Association, is a Nationally Board Certified Counselor, and is a member of Psi Chi National Honors Society.
Karen enjoys working with adults, children and adolescents, couples, women, women in life transition, and groups. Karen has experience working with those that struggle with depression, generalized anxiety disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder, and learning disabilities. Karen has a desire and passion to come along side of others, to help them discover that even though they are struggling with the burdens of daily life there is hope for change. Karen strives to create a healing environment, a place where her clients will feel comfortable sharing and exploring. She will provide unconditional positive regard, kindness, encouragement, hope, compassion, and safety. She believes that through therapeutic techniques; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Humanistic Therapy, and Faith, that her clients will become whole, healthy, and will be able to have a life that is purposeful and filled with meaning.
Prior to pursuing her career in counseling, Karen raised her 2 children, and worked as the Director of Children’s Ministry at her church.
Linnea Sieh MA, LPC
Linnea Sieh is a Licensed Professional Counselor through the state of Michigan. She received her Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Oakland University. She is a member of the American Counseling Association and a member of the Michigan Counseling association.
Linnea has worked in various types of mental health practices, including community mental health and in private practice settings. Her background and experience have prepared her to work with clients of all ages, including children starting at age 4, adolescents, and adults. She has experience working with those suffering from depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, dual diagnosis clients, and those experiencing substance use concerns. She has experience leading groups for teens practicing self-harm behaviors, as well as family groups for conflict resolution. She also enjoys working with children and adults of all ability levels. Her counseling style is person-centered and strength based and includes expressive arts, Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive-Behavioral Counseling, and mindfulness techniques. Her goal for counseling is to work collaboratively with clients to discover new ways to cope with problems and improve the quality of life for individuals seeking help.
Mary Vang MA, LPC, NCC
Mary Vang received a Masters of Arts in Counseling from Oakland University, and a Bachelor of Science in Counseling /Psychology from Toccoa Falls College with a minor in Youth Ministries. She has also obtained an advanced specialization in Child and Adolescent Counseling. Mary is a member of the American Christian Counseling Association and is a Nationally Board Certified Counselor. She has experience in both inpatient and outpatient treatment with children, adolescents and adults. Her experience has prepared her to work with individuals and groups from different backgrounds with a range of mental illnesses. She has worked in the human services and mental health field alongside other professionals that promote the therapeutic environment and recovery of clients.
Mary utilizes several theoretical approaches which include Person-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Dialectal Behavioral Therapy. Mary also believes in the healing and growth that comes from God and His Word. Counseling is a therapeutic process that helps clients develop awareness, discover strengths, and find fulfillment. The role of counselor is to help others to better help themselves. The general goal is to help clients identify problems, set obtainable goals, and create a plan of action. It is the role of the counselor to create a therapeutic environment to promote the client’s potential to finding healing and change.
Kerry Schwark MA, LLPC, NCC
Kerry received a Masters of Arts in Counseling from Oakland University. Kerry’s approach to counseling includes providing a safe, non-judgmental space for clients to explore their experiences. She feels honored to walk along side each client on their journey while facilitating the discovery of the roots of each issue and discovery of the road to healing and long-lasting change.
Kerry utilizes the following techniques of counseling: Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral (DBT), Person Centered, and Existential Theory. Kerry believes every client is unique and utilizes counseling techniques tailored for each individual client. Kerry has experience working with Depression, Anxiety, Survivor’s of Abuse, PTSD, Grief and Loss, Parenting issues, Marital Counseling, and Relationship issues.
Linda Alyashae MA, TLLP
Linda Alyashae received her Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Wayne State University and a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from University of Windsor. Linda is a Temporary Limited Licensed psychologist (TLLP) working towards becoming a Limited Licensed Psychologist (LLP).
For four years prior to receiving her degree in Counseling Psychology, Linda worked with adults who have developmental and intellectual disabilities as well as mental health issues. For two and a half years she also worked with Iraqi refugees who fled Iraq due to war or persecution. She is fluent in both Arabic and Chaldean (Neo-Aramaic). She has a history of treating depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, PTSD, grief/loss, low self-esteem, self-harming, relationship issues, learning disabilities, survivors of abuse, and survivors of war.
Linda has a passion to help others live a better life and guide them through their journey of self-exploration and change. She believes in providing a safe place for clients to be, to experience unconditional acceptance and genuineness. She believes in the importance of using different therapeutic techniques depending on client’s needs and the situation. Linda’s counseling techniques include person-centered, psychodynamic, existential therapy, humanistic therapy, and cognitive-behavioral therapy.
Christina Felcyn MS, MA, LPC, NCC
Tina Felcyn is a Board Certified Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). She earned her Masters of Counseling Degree from Oakland University, her Masters of Science Degree in Student Affairs & Higher Education from Indiana State University and her Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Science from Grand Valley State University. She has also obtained an advanced specialization certification in Infant, Children and Adolescent Counseling. Tina enjoys working with children, adolescents and adults; along with couples and families. She has experience treating anxiety, depression, postpartum, self-harm, grief, abuse, trauma, parenting challenges, obsessive-compulsive disorder and substance abuse. Tina has worked with clients for pre-marital counseling for Christian faith marriages, annulment counseling for the Archdiocese of Detroit and court ordered counseling for parenting issues, anger management and substance abuse.
Tina’s counseling philosophy involves the sharing of personal problems, concerns, and stories with a professional who is skilled at helping the client come to a resolution or solution about their particular situation; this is a very personal process. Counseling focuses on helping persons resolve developmental issues, situational problems and complex personal diagnosis. Tina’s approach to counseling uses Person Centered, Dialectical Behavior and Cognitive Behavioral Therapies. As a Christian and a counselor, Tina knows that faith and spirituality often plays a part in the healing process and she encourages her clients to explore their own beliefs and integrate them within the healing process. Tina does not have the “answers” to the client’s “problem” but is a facilitator of the process that helps the client take responsibility and come to a resolution.
Emily Williams MA, LPC
Emily Williams is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the State of Michigan. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan and her Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Oakland University. Emily has substantial experience working with young children through adults, with a focus on adolescents, teenagers, young adults, women and families.
Emily has experience working in intensive community-based, school-based and outpatient settings. She specializes in working with those struggling with depression and other mood disorders, anxiety, relationship and family issues, and parenting. Emily’s approach to counseling is tailored to each individual client, however, cognitive-behavioral therapy, person-centered therapy and motivational interviewing are all modalities that she commonly uses. Emily’s goal for each client is to create a safe environment that allows the client to explore past hurts and struggles and work collaboratively to heal and experience positive growth.
Adrianne Steiner LPC, CAADC, NCC, EMDR Trained
Adrianne Steiner is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Michigan. She received her Master of Arts degree in counseling from Oakland University and her Certified Advanced Alcohol Drug Counselor (CAADC) certification. Adrianne is a member of the National Board for Certified Counselor (NBCC) and the Michigan Certification Board for Addiction Professionals (MCBAP).
Along with her degrees and addiction certification Adrianne has had extensive training in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Motivational Interviewing
Prior to pursuing her career Adrianne raised four boys. She volunteered in helping others while at Turning Point, Sand Castles, Project Focus, STEP parenting workshop and All Worthy of Love organization.
Adrianne has worked in various types of mental health practices including group homes, community mental health agencies and outpatient settings. She has experience with drug court documentation, probation officers’ reports and driver’s license renewals.
Adrianne finds it engaging and rewarding to help people find happiness and contentment. The ideal client is one who is motivated for a personal change and desiring healthier relationships with others. She believes happiness is based in developing a kind character and connecting with others. In order to develop kinder characters and healthier attachment one must be willing to question their own thoughts, actions and beliefs.
Adrianne has experience working with adolescents, adults, couples and families. She has worked with a variety of concerns and loves to challenge individuals to question their actions, thoughts along with the resulting outcomes.
Jeanine C Lee MSC, LLPC
Jeanine believes that a holistic explorative supportive environment allows each individual to space to discover themselves and grow to be the best person they can strive to be through their treatment. The therapeutic approaches she utilizes allow her clients the ability to take initiative, evaluate outcomes, and then make plans of action. As your therapist, her professional goal is to provide you with a supportive environment for you to discover yourself on your journey of life.
Jeanine believes in a Person-Centered intervention utilizing eclectic therapeutic approaches that include Mindfulness, role play, Dialectic Behavioral skills training, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Reality Therapy. She believes that utilization of these theoretical orientations/techniques along with psycho-education and the practice of developing healthy coping skills will provide you with the strength you seek through therapy to become the best version of you in self-exploration and growth. Jeanine has experience with individual, group, marital/relationship, and family therapy.
Jeanine is experienced in working with clients presenting with dual diagnosis, DID, BPD, Substance Use Disorders, Schizoaffective, PTSD, Schizophrenic, and Bipolar as well as with individuals seeking to manage or decrease symptoms causing distress with impairment in functioning. Jeanine has experience working with clients aged 11-65.
Samantha Coyne LMSW
Samantha Coyne is certified as a Licensed Master Social Worker in the state of Michigan. She was awarded her Bachelor’s and Master of Social Work degrees from Wayne State University. Samantha began her social work journey in 2012 working as a mentor with young girls in the heart of Detroit.
Samantha’s experience includes working in case management with developmentally disabled, special-needs, and behaviorally challenged children as a school social worker as well as in community mental health. Samantha enjoys working with an array of clients ranging anywhere from young children to adults. Samantha also works with families and couples, implementing techniques from The Gottman Institute. Samantha’s other treatment modalities include Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, Family Therapy, Play Therapy, Crisis-Intervention, Grief Counseling and Life Coaching. Samantha works with most mental health disorders however specializes in mood, anxiety and behavioral disorders. Samantha is certified in providing Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral therapy.
Samantha provides a safe, compassionate environment where she empowers the belief you are the master of your own life. Samantha will help to guide you in uncovering your underlying knowledge and assist you with any setback you may have endured. Samantha understands the needs of each client differ and prides herself on making treatment personal and engaging.
Victoria Evangelista MA, LLPC
Victoria Evangelista is a Limited Licensed Professional Counselor (LLPC) working towards becoming a fully Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Michigan. She received her Master of Arts in Counseling from Spring Arbor University. Victoria is also a member of the American Counseling Association and a Nationally Board Certified Counselor.
Victoria’s counseling techniques include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Person-Centered Therapy (PCT), and Solution Focused Therapy (SFT), utilizing approaches that include mindfulness, role play, motivational interviewing, and Reality Therapy. She believes in eclectic psychotherapy, merging multiple approaches to support the needs of each client.
Victoria specializes in treating those with grief and loss, PTSD, depression, anxiety, bipolar, trauma, couples counseling, family therapy, substance abuse, child abuse, reproductive issues, and suicidal ideation. She has worked with adults diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), young adults with emotional and physical disabilities, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), and Mild Brain Injury (MBI). Victoria completed a two-year internship at McLaren Hospice and volunteered for two years helping patients with dementia.
Victoria’s work consists of embarking on a journey with her clients, stepping into their experiences, viewing their perspectives, and developing an understanding of each client. She thrives to create a safe and welcoming environment, a place clients can feel comfortable sharing their experiences. Her goal is to establish collaborative relationships, working together to navigate the healing process. As a Christian, Victoria incorporates faith and spirituality to guide her clients and promote an understanding of God’s plan. She believes following God’s path leads to a self-exploration that ensures personal growth and long-lasting change.
Steve Latawiec MA, LLPC, NCC
Steve received his Master of Arts in Counseling from Oakland University, where he also earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. Steve is a Limited Licensed Professional Counselor (LLPC) working towards becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Steve is also a Nationally Board Certified Counselor (NCC).
Steve utilizes several approaches including person-centered and cognitive behavior therapy, however, he believes the therapeutic process should not be limited by any one approach. Steve has experience helping clients who are facing depression, anxiety, grief and loss, PTSD, low self-esteem, relationship issues, and life transitions. Utilizing methods based on individual client needs, he strives to create a positive, genuine, and collaborative space in which growth and healing can occur. Steve would be honored to be a part of your journey at All Things Possible Wellness Center.
Deanna Freed, LMSW, CAADC
Deanna has 20+ years experience in the mental health field. Deanna completed her Bachelor’s degree in 1994 from Oakland University with a BA in Psychology & General business minor. During her undergraduate studies, she volunteered as a Telephone Crisis Counselor & was also trained in Critical Incident Stress Debriefing. She also volunteered with Macomb County Emergency Group (MERG). After completing her Bachelor’s Degree, Deanna worked as a youth mentor & Macomb County Youth Interim Care Facility, now known as Family Youth Interventions (FYI), which provides emergency shelter for homeless or youth at risk of being homeless, short term & crisis counseling services for youth ages 12-17 & their families. Deanna then had 5 years experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities (MORC, Inc) while pursuing her Master’s degree in Social Work at Wayne State University.
Deanna completed the MSW program at Wayne State in December 1999. Soon after earning her MSW, Deanna worked as a Social Worker at an inpatient psychiatric hospital and then eventually moved to what she has found to be one of her passions – helping others gain renewed spirit, mental health, and well-being through various therapy modalities.
Deanna utilizes a variety of therapeutic approaches. Therapy with Deanna is first Person Centered & Humanistic & depending upon each individual’s goals being addressed. Deanna also incorporates: CBT, Solution-Focused & Motivational Interviewing, Psycho-Education, Stress management, relaxation & mindfulness strategies. Trauma Informed & Trauma Focused CBT are also frequently utilized by Deanna if there are trauma histories and PTSD symptoms. The approach(es) utilized depends on client preference, need, and what is most suitable to symptomology presented. A priority for Deanna is in meeting people wherever they are to help them begin moving toward where they want to be in a strengths based approach.
Deanna has many years of experience working in Outpatient Mental Health settings. She has been employed with Macomb County CMH for 14+ years serving a variety of populations & needs including those with complex trauma and abuse histories, PTSD, depression, anxiety, family system difficulties, relationship issues, addiction and various other areas. Ages served have been preschool through seniors. Deanna has also co-facilitated therapeutic groups and occasionally helped out with a mobile on-call crisis team when needed. She had spent time working in other OP therapy practices prior to her time with CMH.
Deanna has a National Certification in Trauma Focused CBT and also holds a certification as a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAADC). Deanna also has a strong interest in Energy Psychology & its increasing evidence of yet another avenue of regaining wholeness, balance & healing with emphasis on the mind, body, spirit connection. Deanna enjoys working with a variety of populations and those with differing needs. However, she is definitely drawn to working with individuals experiencing PTSD and helping individuals not only in healing from trauma, but to continue to grow, recover and thrive. Deanna believes that some of our greatest gifts & opportunities for personal growth and expansion evolve through what begins as some of our greatest struggles – yet we can persevere, heal, grow and then we thrive.
Colton Darrow, MA, LLPC, NCC
Colton earned his degree from Oakland University’s Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program in 2019. He also received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology in 2010 at Fort Lewis University in Durango, Colorado. Shortly after that, he joined the U.S. Army. He served as a paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne Division. He was honorably discharged after his second tour of duty to Afghanistan in 2015.
Colton enjoys working with a variety of clients from all walks of life and welcomes diversity. He has experience working with clients who struggle with Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, PTSD, combat exposure, Anger Management, Grief/Loss, and Life Transitions. Colton’s clinical approach can best be described as eclectic, as every individual will respond differently to various styles, approaches and modalities of treatment. He enjoys utilizing Cognitive based Approaches, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Existential Psychotherapy, Person-Centered and Motivational Interviewing when applicable in the course of therapy. It is his goal to one day focus on Veterans’ Issues in counseling and making whatever contributions he can to erase the stigma of help-seeking behaviors among military personnel as well as assist veterans with their transition from service-member to civilian.
Colton believes that it is an honor and a privilege to assist those in search of positive change, happiness, overall life satisfaction, and achievement of personal goals. He is passionate about making every client feel totally safe, heard, understood and respected during their journey of personal growth to facilitate a deeper level of self-awareness. Colton is very excited to be a part of the All Things Possible Wellness Center team!
Kathleen McMahon, MA, LLPC
Kathleen McMahon received both her Master of Arts in Counseling and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Oakland University. She is certified as a Limited Licensed Professional Counselor (LLPC) in the state of Michigan and is working towards becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Kathleen began her experience within the mental health field in 2014 as she worked with a variety of ages and populations of individuals from young children (1-8), adolescents (9-12), teenagers (13-17), and adults (18-22). Applied experience was gained through, but not limited to, jobs including community living support for severely emotionally disturbed youth within the wraparound program, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and working with clients within Oakland and Macomb counties during her practicum/interim for her degree in counseling.
Kathleen is passionate about helping others and meeting clients where they are at while providing guidance and an individualized approach. She strives to create a space where clients can facilitate their own growth and explore their life goals and values. As a lifelong learner, Kathleen aims to be an active passenger on her clients’ journey, allowing their personal intuition and wisdom to direct the ride. Being outside of her clients’ personal experiences, Kathleen helps as they sort through what is and is not working for them.
Kathleen enjoys working with a variety of needs and life experiences, especially those struggling with relationship/family issues, anxiety, depression, parenting, self-acceptance and identity issues, LGBTQ+ related issues, codependency, trauma, grief and loss, mood disorders, and life transitions. She provides a safe space for clients to tell their story free of judgment, interruption, or “fixing.” Her empathic and genuine demeanor provides clients with that space to feel affirmed and ready to heal and grow.
Mary Ann Uhl, MA, LPC
A life-long Michigan resident, Mary Ann’s education includes a Masters of Arts in Counseling from Oakland University and a Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology with a minor in Addictions from Madonna University.
Mary Ann has been in practice for over 25 years and has enjoyed working with people who have goals to make changes to improve their lives. Mary Ann utilizes CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), Humanistic and Reality based therapies and also provides Christian or faith-based practices.
Mary Ann has worked with children and adults, providing counseling to parents and children. She has also worked with adults who suffer from depression, anxiety, PTSD, relationship and marital issues, family issues and offers support to persons during employment transitions. Mary Ann has also provided Stress Management groups for those who are suffering from stress related to family or employment issues.
Mary Ann provides a safe and confidential service to all of her patients. Her motto is “learn to be your best self!”
Brittany Haney-Navetta, Graduate Clinical Intern
Brittany Haney Navetta is finishing her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Oakland University, and also graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in communications. She is a student member of the American Counseling Association and a member of Chi Sigma Iota, the International Honor Society for Counseling Students, Counselor Educators, and Counseling Professionals.
Brittany believes in creating a healing, collaborative, and safe environment for clients to explore and grow. She utilizes a person-centered, humanistic approach to counseling that focuses on building a non-judgmental, therapeutic relationship with clients, and meeting them where they are in their journey. Brittany believes that the therapeutic process should not be limited to any one approach and tailors her counseling interventions to meet each client’s unique needs. She believes that clients are the experts in their own lives and guides them in the process of building trust in their personal intuition and wisdom.
Brittany enjoys working with a variety of different clients, especially those struggling with anxiety, depression, self-acceptance, relationship issues, prenatal/postpartum anxiety or depression, burnout, trauma, and grief and loss. She strives to help clients better understand and accept themselves, while working to facilitate positive growth and change.
Amy Conniff, Graduate Clinical Intern
Amy Conniff is finishing her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Oakland University. She is a student member of the American Counseling Association as well as Chi Sigma Iota, the International Honor Society for Counseling Students, Counseling Educators, and Counseling Professionals.
Prior to pursuing her career in counseling, Amy’s experience includes working in case management within community mental health for three years. She also worked with individuals and families as a housing resource specialist for seven years within Oakland and Macomb Counties to help resolve housing crises.
While Amy incorporates different therapeutic interventions based on the client’s needs, her general approach to counseling is founded within Humanistic and Person-Centered Therapy. She infuses strategies associated with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Solution-Focused techniques with her compassion and warmth to help clients work towards wellness and positive change from the inside out. For Amy, she believes every person is unique and deserves to be heard. At All Things Possible Wellness Center, Amy’s clients will be able to process their thoughts, express their feelings as well as explore whatever challenges they are facing without fear of being judged or criticized.
Amy enjoys working with a variety of clients, including those who are struggling with concerns related to anxiety, depression, relationship issues, stress management, trauma, and grief and loss.
Kali Buffa, Graduate Clinical Intern
Kali Buffa is finishing up her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Oakland University. She has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Eastern Michigan University. Kali is a student member of the American Counseling Association and a member of Chi Sigma Iota, the International Honor Society for Counseling Students, Counselor Educators, and Counseling Professionals.
Kali believes that having respect and an understanding of the challenges that each client has encountered is essential to creating and maintaining a safe and trusted environment. Her approach to the counseling process is unique to her client’s needs and while meeting her clients where they are at, she will utilize skills from person-centered therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, rational emotive behavioral therapy, and existential therapy in the counseling process to help her clients accomplish their goals. She believes that the client has everything already within themselves in order to heal and as a therapist, Kali is ready to guide and help you learn to listen, trust, and most importantly believe in yourself.
Kali enjoys working with a variety of clients, especially those struggling with anxiety, depression, self-esteem/body image issues, eating disorders, substance use, relationship issues, trauma, and grief-and-loss. She strives to make this counseling journey safe, fun, supportive, and positive for you.