Lisa Porter, MA, LPC, NCC, ACS
Lisa is a graduate of Oakland University with a Master's degree in Counseling. Lisa dedicated several years counseling "at risk" teens as a school counselor . Her compassion, talent, and effectiveness led to a role providing professional support to hospitalized individuals in an In Patient Psychiatric facility, which is also where she met and became good friends with Jessica. Lisa's esteemed experience and wisdom naturally led to a leadership role providing Professional Supervisory guidance to other professional clinicians. Lisa has been in private practice for several years and has dedicated her life to serving others. Lisa is a mother of two and spends her free time singing with her band at local venues.
Jessica Johnson Lentz, MA, LPC, CRC
Jessica is a graduate of Wayne State University and specializes in Rehabilitation Counseling. Jessica's background, in addition to where she and Lisa became good friends, began at an In Patient Psychiatric Hospital. Jessica provided support and expertise to patients in the Dual Diagnosis Chemical Dependency unit and facilitated psychiatric stabilization for patients in the Geriatric, Adolescent, Adult and Autism units. Jessica also worked hard supporting U.S. Military Veterans at the John D. Dingell VA Medical Center helping soldiers deal with complex issues including PTSD, Substance Abuse, Disability, HIV, as well as economic and employment reintegration needs. Jessica now enjoys working in a private practice setting and is dedicated to serving others. Jessica is a mother of three and loves spending time outdoors with her family and with her rescue dogs.
Jennifer Laboda, LPC, CAACD
Your treatment will be guided by your personal needs with respect and no judgment. There are times in life that become overwhelming and emotionally unmanageable without help. My belief is that every person is the expert in their own life and ultimately, with support and guidance, will discover solutions that will work best for you! Treatment includes talk therapy, both personal and educational, sometimes activities or homework that assist in illuminating hidden solutions. My goal is to help you get the most out of life. Your life matters. I will help you find the best in yourself be the person that you are meant to be.
Daniela Trpceska, MA, LLPC
I am a proponent of a person-centered therapy: individuals have the inner resources to make appropriate changes in their live when provided with growth promoting environment. I view the counseling process as a collaboration between the client and the counselor where the counselor serves as a facilitator on the road of self-discovery and goals achievement as established by the client. Ultimately, I believe that the therapy approach needs to be adjusted to address the individual needs of the client.