Molly Biondo, MA, LPC
Grand Blanc location, Owosso location, Teletherapy
Thank you for taking the first step to becoming the best version of yourself. Whether you are looking for help navigating through a difficult season of life; you are suffering from anxiety, depression, low self esteem, or lack of empowerment; or just need maintenance therapy, I am able to assist you in finding coping skills to help you get to the next level.
I specialize in working with women, adolescents, and young adults through the difficult transitions of life. I have experience from the school sector, child welfare sector, and family services sector. This experience has helped me to cultivate a great understanding of children and families and the best therapeutic practices to use.
I am an EMDR therapist as well.
Helga Bakk, MA, LLPC
Life often teaches many of us that personal growth and change can be a struggle. Oftentimes circumstance finds us taking two steps forward and then one step back. If you’re tired of lacking discipline and could benefit from some motivation I can create a partnership with you. I will work with you to increase your self-determination, self-awareness, and self-acceptance. I will help you understand how our current ways of thinking, feeling, behaving, and relating are tied to our family of origin and the programming we received as a child.
When you complete my levels of self-assessment you can begin to pivot your perspective, shifting your patterns, beliefs, and understanding about our life and its meaning. This rewarding work can only be done in a safe trusting relationship, of which I know I am able to offer you.
If this sounds like an endeavor that would be of interest to you in supporting your life, please reach out. We can journey down this rewarding path together until you are ready and strong enough to adventure on your own. Please note that I am able to offer services in English or Hungarian.
Becky Cox, MA, LPC,
Owosso location, Teletherapy
Since 2013 I have worked with children and families, couples, and with individuals struggling with substance use disorders, anxiety, depression, strained relationships, and a desire to function better in life without so much stress. I have worked in residential settings, in homes, and in outpatient treatment. I understand how trauma impacts functioning, as well as grief and loss. In these uncertain times it can be difficult to navigate our relationships, jobs, and changes that make us feel out of control. I look forward to meeting you and walking with you as you navigate difficult seasons of life.
Kasie Johnson, LMSW
Grand Blanc location & Teletherapy
In today’s world of increased demands and stressors, difficult emotions and negative thought patterns can affect both mental and physical well-being. Our history of personal trauma and behavioral disorders can condition us into thinking we cannot move beyond our experiences, leaving us frozen in place. If you’re staring down that first small step forward or are ready to take one giant leap, learn the skills to manage the feelings of anxiety, anger, and sadness that hold you back from being your most resilient and accomplished self.
“I can be changed by what happens to me, but I refuse to be reduced by it.” -Maya Angelou
As a school social worker and educator, I have first-hand experience in helping young people and their families navigate the challenges of poverty, trauma, grief/loss, emotional and developmental disorders, and obtaining services appropriate to their needs. I utilize a family-centered approach that promotes communication, collaboration, and consistency.
The journey to self-healing can be daunting, but you do not have to make it alone. Now accepting clients of all ages who endeavor to reframe their thinking and refocus their path.
Grand Blanc location and Teletherapy
I am passionate about helping people. I enjoy helping others work through their problems and watching people grow. I have a wide range of experience with all walks of life. Every person is unique and valuable. I focus my treatment around Cognitive-Behavioral approaches as it is heavily backed by research. However, I do draw on other modalities to make sure that each person is getting the most comprehensive and appropriate help for their specific needs.
Danielle Wray, LMSW
I enjoy working with people from all walks of life, backgrounds, beliefs, and cultures. I have experience working with men, women, and children. I believe showing up authentically with ourselves and others is one of the bravest and most liberating things we can do in our lives. Therapy is a safe place to remember who we truly are and discover the power that each of us possess to create a life that we enjoy.
I specialize in holistic cognitive behavioral therapy. I am able to offer different approaches depending on each persons needs and beliefs. I believe each person is an expert at their own lives. As a therapist, I have the honor to walk alongside people to assist and support them in navigating that life.
Reaching out for support is a brave step. It can be one of the most loving actions we do for ourselves. I believe we are all doing the best we can with the tools that we have in each moment. One aspect of being a therapist is helping people add to their tools. I would be honored to be a part of that journey for you.