Novi psychiatry and psychology griswold street northville mi
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The Psychiatry and Psychology Center
Located in Northville, MI
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The Psychiatry & Psychology Center provides outpatient behavior and mental health services with emphasis on improving overall psychological functioning and stability. We provide a broad spectrum of care that serves people of all ages seeking help and support to attain their personal best.
Our Location in Metro Detroit
We are located at 650 Griswold St, Northville, MI 48167
Serving Oakland, Wayne, Livingston, Washtenaw, Macomb, Genesee, Ingham, Lenawee, and Monroe counties.
How We Help
We provide Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatric Evaluation, Psychological Evaluation, Psychological Testing, Medication Management, Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, Family Therapy, Behavior Therapy, Couples Therapy, Crisis Counseling, Specialists for Child and Adolescent Care
We specialize in treating Anxiety Disorders, Depression, Grief and Loss, Bipolar Disorders, Schizophrenia, Eating Disorders, Personality Disorders, Somatoform Disorder, Relationship Issues, Family and Marital Problems, Anger Management, Impulse Control Disorders, Sexual and Gender Identity Disorder, Dissociative Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Disruptive Behavior, Autistism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Separation Anxiety, Attachment Problems, Bedwetting and Potty Training, and Learning Disorders
Our focus is to improve Depression, Anxiety, Excessive worrying, Irritability, Daily Stress, Inattentiveness, Distractability, Disruptive Behaviors, Mood Swings, and Learning Difficulties. We also promote: Self Esteem, Positive Self Image,Coping Skills, Organization, Memory, Focus, Appropriate Behaviors, and Healthy Relationships
Our front desk staff are happy to answer any and all questions you may have and to assist you in scheduling your appointments. Our highly skilled clinicians are specially trained to help you take care of your mental health and emotional well-being
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Jean Gust, PhD
Dr. Gust is a fully licensed Clinical Psychologist. Her 20 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
Caitlyn Carollo, LMSW
Caitlyn Carollo has experience providing therapy to children, adolescent and adult population. She addresses concerns such as behavioral problems, mood/emotion regulation, trauma/abuse, anxiety, impulsivity, depress, eating disorder behaviors, body image concerns, social/relationship difficulties, low self-esteem and daily stress. Ms. Carollo’s approach is tailored specially to each client she works with to help ensure they are able to meet his/her goals.
Contact Ms. Carrollo @ (248) 912-0080 or [email protected]
Brandi Thomas, LMSW
Brandi Thomas has experience working with children, adolescents and adults. She addresses concerns with trauma/abuse, grief and loss, emotional regulation, depression, anxiety, pregnancy/postpartum, behavioral issues, low self esteem, daily stress. Brandi believes one size does fit all when it comes to therapy and uses an individual approach with each client. She uses mindfulness and strength-based cognitive behavioral therapy techniques to help empower her clients in meeting their goals.
Contact Ms. Thomas @ (248) 912-0080 or [email protected]
Aaron Corte-O’Brien, LLMSW
Aaron Corte-O’Brien provides therapy to adolescents and adults. He has experince working with individuals affected by substance abuse, anxiety, depression and trauma. Aaron uses a mindfulness-based approach to inform his treatment. He also focuses on many issues common for young men, including lack of motivation, relationship problems and struggles with social confidence.
Contact Mr. Corte-O’Brien @ (248) 912-0080 or [email protected]
Suzanne Bilodeau MA, LLP
Suzanne Bilodeau 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 and looks to meet their daily, educational, and career needs.
Contact Ms. Bilodeau @ (248) 912-0080 or [email protected]
Elaine Swenson MA, LLP
Elaine 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 is skilled in psychological assessments and uses an eclectic approach emphasizing cognitive and behavioral therapies.
Contact Ms. Swenson @ (248) 912-0080 or [email protected]
Meredith Merlanti MS, LLP
Meredith Merlanti has experience providing therapy to child, adolescents and adult clients, addressing concerns such as depression, anxiety, grief, eating disordered behavior/body image concerns, relationship/social difficulties, trauma/abuse, obsessions/compulsions, paranoia, impulsivity, sexual concerns, and stressful circumstances. Ms. Merlanti’s approach emphasizes adapting treatment to each individual and focuses on addressing concerns by providing insight, support, and behavioral skills to help each client meet his or her goals.
Contact Ms. Merlanti @ (248) 912-0080 or [email protected]
Jerry Kowalski MA, LLP
Jerry Kowalski has extensive experience working with a wide variety of children, adolescents and adults with various mental health concerns. Common issues addressed include anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorders, academic problems, social issues, attention problems, mood/emotional regulation issues and health psychology. Treatment is based on an individual’s needs, and is tailored to their specific concerns, in order to achieve the highest quality of care. Mr. Kowalski has had specialized training in neuropsychology, evaluation and treatment. He has been a consultant to St. Joseph Mercy Hospital and to the State of Michigan conducting psychological and neuropsychological evaluations.
Contact Mr. Kowalski @ (248) 912-0080 or [email protected]
Megan Morris, MA TLLP
Megan Morris has experience providing therapy to children, adolescents and adults addressing concerns such as anxiety, depression, trauma, grief/loss, mood and emotional regulation and difficulties with stress. Ms. Morris comes from a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy background, but also incorporates a variety of techniques to individualize each session for the unique needs of the client. She focuses on creating a supportive, understanding and collaborative environment to aid the client in developing and reaching his or her therapeutic goals.
Contact Ms. Morris @ (248) 912-0080 or [email protected]
Iliana Pantoleon, MA TLLP
Iliana Pantoleon has experience providing counseling and psychotherapy to young adults who struggles with interpersonal relationships, new parents trying to adapt into their new role and parents who worry about their children’s behavior. She focuses on difficulties appearing in the first five years of a child’s life and her approach is to work cooperatively with the parent. She comes from a psychodynamic background.
Contact Ms. Pantoleon @ (248) 912-0080 or [email protected]
Courtney Thurston, MA, LLPC, Art Therapist
Courtney Thurston has experience providing therapy to children, adolescents and young adults. She treats individuals with a variety of concerns relating to anxiety, depression, behavorial problems, social difficulties and anger. Ms. Thurston uses an integrative approach to therapy that utilizes interventions best suited for one’s specific needs. She also has a specialization in Art Therapy, a tool that can assist individuals in expressing themselves non-verbally. Art Therapy can provide alternative coping skills and ways of communicating with others.
Contact Ms. Thurston @ (248) 912-0080 or [email protected]
THE PSYCHIATRY AND PSYCHOLOGY CENTER
650 Griswold Street, Northville, MI 48167 Phone (248) 912-0080
The Psychiatry and Psychology Center is an evaluation and treatment facility for children, adolescents and adults in the areas of depression, bipolar, mood disorder, anxiety, OCD, personality disorder, schizophrenia, disruptive behaviors, ADHD, autism, Asperger’s disorder. Our staff includes a child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist, fully licensed psychologists, and social workers. We offer individual, couples, family, group therapy, and medication management. Most insurances are accepted. For more information and appointment, call (248) 912-0080. Office hours: Mondays, 7:45am-5:45pm; Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays, 7:45am-3:45pm and Fridays, 7:45am-1:45pm,
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