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Susie, LMSW, LCSW

Susie Morozowich, LMSW, LCSW is the CEO and founder of Telebehavioral Health.US. She was the first clinician to adopt this nationally supported telebehavioral health model in the State of Michigan and one of the first in the United States. Susie has been providing behavioral health services for over 15 years and has been practicing telehealth since 2014. Her experience in the field of behavioral health has been an eclectic mix of direct practice, clinical supervision and program development.  Her constant curiosity allows her to conceptualize human behavior from a unique perspective. 

"In therapy we will develop skills to challenge and change thoughts, actions and feelings responsible for perpetuating behavioral health difficulties in your life. The first couple sessions will focus on assessing what's going on in your life by examining predisposing and perpetuating factors for the problems you are facing.  We will discuss the role of the brain in these difficulties and how primitive parts of the brain contribute to the challenges you face.  Together we will create a plan to address your symptoms, which we will continue to measure weekly throughout treatment. In session we will use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Skills, Motivational Interviewing and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction to retrain your brain, monopolize on your protective factors and develop new skills to reduce symptoms and maintain improvements in your behavioral health."

~Susie 

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 Lindsay Rose, MD, MPH

Lindsay Rose is a board-certified psychiatrist with 10 years experience working in public mental health settings and in the VA system. She lives in Detroit and is dedicated to working with clients who are part of this long-underserved community and specializes in working with adults with mood disorders, psychotic disorders, anxiety/trauma-related disorders, ADHD, and substance use disorders. Lindsay Rose is also a part-time law student at Wayne State University and is especially interested in working with people who have had ties to the criminal justice system. She is  one of only a few psychiatrists in the U.S. who is board-certified in Lifestyle Medicine and is committed to working with people on improving their physical wellness through interventions such as nutrition, yoga, mindfulness meditation, positive psychology, and physical activity.

“I offer diagnostic evaluations, medication management, and close collaboration with your therapist so we can all work as a team to help you achieve your recovery goals. I identify as queer and enjoy working with individuals from the LGBTQ community. I always focus on helping my clients identify their own unique strengths, and then mobilize them to achieve their goals around health, relationships, and career.”

~Lindsay Rose

 
Daniel, LMSW, CAADC

Dan has over fifteen years of eclectic clinical experience with diverse populations in multiple treatment settings from in-home and community based services to residential care, and outpatient therapy.  He specializes in treatment for Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress, Substance Abuse, Anxiety, Depression, Chronic Pain, Relapse Prevention, and Transgender/Gender Dysphoria identity, LGBTQ+ Issues for Adolescents and Adults. Dan is trained in numerous evidence based practices including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Relapse Prevention, Trauma Informed Care and Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. 

"As we work to identify obstacles in life and tools to change and improve our well being, one frequent obstacle I have come across is the commute. Taking an extra hour (or more) of the day to commute, having to find child care, pick up kids from school, or find transportation in the first place often becomes a reason people don’t pursue therapy. Having therapy from your own home allows more time in your schedule. In the era of digital technology we have reached, we are able to have confidential care without the need to commute.  When treatment is more accessible it is easier to address the problems we face before they become unmanageable. I look forward to working together in finding ways to thrive in life and for self discovery. If you are looking to move forward in life, you have found the right place."

Best Regards,

~Dan

 
Betty Sue, LCSW

Betty Sue is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, prevention educator, and lover of the outdoors. She specializes in working with adolescents and young adults and enjoys helping them to live their best lives in a world that sometimes makes it hard to do. When she is not working, she enjoys mountain biking, skiing, playing hockey, rafting, Ultimate Frisbee as well as reading, cooking, sipping coffee and listening to the snow crunch under her boots.

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"I believe relationships are the key to any therapeutic work, especially work with adolescents. Empathy and positive regard are extremely important when working with this often misunderstood population. I have worked with adolescents and young adults to address a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, self-esteem, substance use, trauma, identity, and grief. My training in evidence based practices allows me to integrate Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Practices, and Positive Youth Development into treatment. My therapy style is strengths-based, person-centered, and trauma-informed, meaning my work can be individualized to meet the unique needs of a variety of people. Providing services online allows me to reach clients who would prefer the comfort and privacy of their home, clients who live in Mental Health Provider Shortage Areas, clients who can't meet from 9-5 and clients who are all-of -the-above. I am so happy that you found me and I look forward to working together. Please don't hesitate to reach out with any questions or to schedule your appointment."

~Betty Sue

 
Linsday, LMSW

Lindsay attended Central Michigan University for undergrad, graduating with a bachelor of science in psychology. After graduating college her experience as an Emergency Medical Technician inspired her to pursue the field of social work. She  earned her Masters in Social work from Western Michigan University. Lindsay’s areas of clinical specialty include anxiety,  depression, ADHD and trauma and has experience working with Veteran’s and First responders and LGBT individuals ages 13 and up. In her free time, Lindsay loves spending time with her  husband and dog, Journey. She enjoys nature and finds that getting out and enjoying nature does wonders for her own mental wellness. In the summer she enjoys long rides on her bike and exploring new restaurants along the way. Lindsay lives in Michigan and has recently retired from exploring the woods of Northern Michigan due to the growing bear population around her home. During Basketball season, she can be found yelling at her television. 

"Hi, I'm Lindsay. I am excited to work with motivated clients to achieve the changes they are looking for. After years of agency work, I decided to pursue my dreams of private practice so I can engage in the work that I am passionate about. In my professional life, I have found great satisfaction in working with clients with anxiety and depression, and have experience in a variety of treatment modalities, ranging from traditional talk therapy to acupuncture, community-based counseling to biofeedback and neurofeedback. I have found that I work really well with other women in the helping professions! I aim to work together with you to develop a treatment plan that gets you the results you are looking for. I have been told I have a gentle, authentic, genuine style. Telebehavioral health can be helpful in crappy weather, if you're not feeling so good and don't want to leave the house, or if you don't want to wear actual pants and go out in public (hoo,boy can I relate to that one). It also increases access to under-served individuals and allows you to meet with a therapist who may be out of your immediate area that may be a great fit for you."

~Lindsay

Kelly, LMSW

Along Kelly’s professional path, she has unintentionally become driven to understand trauma and the neurobiological detriments that occur as a result. Neuroplasticity, however is the belief that brains can heal, people can heal and there is hope.  Relationships heal and much of Kelly’s clinical expertise is grounded in opportunities to engage in individual relationships and relationships with systems to invoke change.  Kelly enjoys learning about the brain and finds that understanding the structural activity of the brain gives language and science to validate that there is hope.  Kelly uses the art of her personality, humor and deep emotional connection to help make a safe platform for others to be vulnerable and heal. Kelly lives in Mid-Michigan and in her free time she loves being active outdoors.  She is a boymom and dog mom.  Her favorite past times are spending time with her sons playing at the creek, building tree houses, and mountain biking. 

"I find relationship building to be an extremely important part of our clinical work together.  Early session will focus on building that relationship and better understanding what brings you into treatment. We will continue to assess and evaluate the factors in your life contributing to behavioral health problems as well as the factors that promote healthy behavioral health and functioning.  We will develop a treatment plan together, that addresses the areas of need you identify including what you want to be different in your life, what holds you back and supports we can utilize in treatment. If you are a minor, I believe that caregivers are really important to the process developing skills to improve your mental health; therefore it is important to include them in the first session so we can include them on the treatment goals to help them learn ways to guide and support you.  Please let me know in advanced if you are not comfortable having your parent/guardian present as I also understand this may not always feel safe."  

~Kelly

 
 
Rachel, PhD, LMSW, CAADC

Rachel completed her Bachelor and Masters degrees at The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and her PhD at The Chicago School of Psychology. Her dissertation is entitled “El Viaje Altruista: Narratives of Successful Latina Social Workers”. Rachel’s focus as a clinician in social work and therapy has ranged from substance use disorders, business psychology, severe and persistent mental illness, case management, and corrections services. She is particularly attuned to addressing the trials that many of us experience in our lifetime: depression, grief, familial conflict, and self-esteem issues. Her primary modalities of practice include CBT, Mindfulness, alternative methodologies including EFT and Meditation, and Motivational Interviewing.

"I have 11 years of professional practice and nearly 40 years in personal experience. I am human. I have failed. I have  made mistakes. And I have had my own growth journey, one that we are all capable of achieving. I truly believe that the key to a fruitful therapeutic relationship is authenticity. I value realness and asking the hard questions, while recognizing that I too, also have weaknesses and flaws. If you are seeking an austere, untouchable authority, I am not the therapist for you. However, if in your therapeutic experience, you hope to gain a collaborator in open and frank dialogue and solutions, I may be what you are searching for. I want to help you identify your inner strengths, potential, and strategies to find your way in unearthing the person that you know you are destined to be. In the words of EVI: I know I was born and I know that I'll die. The in between is mine. I am mine."

~Rachel

 
Amy, LMSW

Through professional and personal experience, I believe together we can accomplish amazing things. I have a diverse background of trauma training, grief and loss, and working with individuals who are terminally ill. Throughout my 12 years of being a clinical social worker and a therapist I have a tremendous amount of experience with children, families, teenagers, and adults. By building a relationship on trust and confidence I look forward to serving clients through telehealth to meet their individual needs. I truly believe in the power of therapy and what it can achieve to find inner calm and happiness. The first step is reaching out and believing change is possible. I am beyond excited to start this journey with you.

~Amy

Laura, LMSW

I am a Licensed Masters Social Worker providing therapeutic support for over 16 years. I enjoy the privilege of supporting people as they learn about themselves, grow, and develop a life that satisfies them. Throughout my career I have helped people manage the impact of depression, anxiety, trauma/abuse, addiction, and family/relationship dynamics that interfere with quality of life. My style is non-judgmental and open-minded with an understanding that each of us has unique characteristics and experiences shaping the choices we make and the dreams we have. I believe that self-awareness and a non-judgmental stance towards ourselves allows for growth, and I work hard in therapy to create a space where those values are emphasized. I see therapy as a collaborative process that can allow clients to remove barriers standing in the way of reaching their goals.

~Laura

 
Ieeia, LMSW

Ieeia earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work form Simmons University in Boston, MA. Ieeia began her career as a Psychiatric Social Worker working with women in the justice system struggling with severe and persistent mental health concerns. She works with individuals struggling with life challenges such as trauma, complex trauma, depression, anxiety, stress and life transitions.  She strives to work with the whole person; spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and physically. Ieeia understands that each person will experience life challenges in their own unique way, and she hopes to help clients strengthen and learn skills that prepare them to better navigate their journeys. 

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Ieeia’s work at the Women’s Prison and most recently, the Women’s Center allowed her to use integrative approaches using a variety of therapeutic techniques to develop treatment and meet individual needs. She works with teens, students, and adult populations experiencing trauma, anxiety, depression, complex trauma, mental and emotional distress and persistent mental health concerns. She also teaches undergraduate social work courses at a local Christian college in her state of residence.

 
Amanda, Clinical Intern

"Hi, I'm Amanda and I'm looking forward to being able to provide friendly and understanding group services for a variety of different problems that women and adolescents face in their day to day. My main mission is to create an environment where everyone can feel welcome and at ease, and I'm looking forward to creating that group atmosphere online!"

~Amanda

Amanda Wells has a bachelor's of science in psychology, with a minors in women's studies from Aquinas College. She is interested in working with adolescents and women, specifically dealing with anxiety, depression, trauma, disordered eating and ASD. During her time at Aquinas she worked on a project titled "Can You See How I Feel? Gender Differences and ASD", which looked at the difference in diagnosis between men and women with ASD. She likes to work primarily using person-centered therapy but also likes to draw from a variety of different styles and influences. In her free time, you can find her reading, hiking, playing video games, or listening to music.

 
John, LLPC
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As a veteran, I've seen people in all forms of crises and facing all manners of difficulties in their lives. Working through marital and family crises, life transitions, career changes, severe traumas, depression, anxiety, and all manners of things was an every day experience for us and learning to cope with these issues can be difficult. Finding jobs, mending relationships, getting through depression - all things that can be worked on and I would love to help. Help can come in many forms. I practice by helping the client develop a sense of ability, confidence, and bravery while problem-solving and creating plans for moving forward. Many of life's most difficult problems can be worked through with time and bravery.

"I specialize in trauma, depression, anxiety, career issues, and relationship difficulties. I utilize a specialized therapeutic  technique known as brain spotting.Finding someone to help find the way through hard times can be difficult. The first step to getting better and becoming a braver and more confident person often comes in the form of asking for help. I make it my personal mission to help whoever comes through my doors find the answers they need, so please reach out today!"