Judith St. King, MSW, Ph.D.

Judith St. King has extensive experience with those suffering from depression, anxiety, PTSD, and behavioral addictions such as binge eating, overspending, and problem gambling. Additionally, she is a registered nurse and this allows her to provide a broad level of support to those struggling with health and medical stressors. In 2006, Lansing Community College honored her as the distinguished alumnus for her many contributions to the area.
Currently not accepting new clients.

Megan Drolett, LMSW

Megan Drolett has extensive experience working with children and families, as well as experience with individual adults and couples. She uses a client-centered and strength based approach while working alongside consumers as they reach their goals. She is trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and traditional talk therapy. She will work with individuals, or couples, experiencing depression and anxiety, trauma, mood disorders, adjustment disorders, and relationship issues. She earned a master’s degree from Michigan State University.

Megan Karinen, LMSW

Megan Karinen is a graduate of Michigan State University. She has experience working with children and adolescents. Megan has worked in the child welfare system with children and families in foster care. Megan currently works in a school setting, providing supportive services to students to address a multitude of issues. Megan is creative in her treatment techniques and uses a variety of techniques, including play therapy.

Andrea Martineau, LMSW

Andrea Martineau has extensive experience working with children and young adults. She utilizes child-centered play therapy and other expressive psychotherapy techniques. She will help children who are experiencing grief and loss, trauma, anxiety, and depression, as well as children who have suffered abuse and/or neglect. She earned her master’s degree from Fordham University.

Debbie Slater, LMSW

Debbie Slater is passionate about counseling older teens and adults who are struggling with a variety of mood disorders, personality disorders, and life crises. Her desire is to provide an environment of unconditional acceptance, compassion, support, sensitivity, and safety for those who are seeking to work through their issues in a non-judgmental setting.

Stacie Dubay, LMSW

Stacie Dubay, LMSW has over 22 years of experience working as a counselor and clinical supervisor. Her area of expertise is the field of domestic and sexual violence -addressing issues surrounding complex trauma, types of abuse, leaving vs. staying, safety, and healthy/unhealthy relationships. She has also worked with clients regarding self-esteem, boundary setting, empowerment, conflict resolution, stress/anxiety, family conflicts, grief and loss, anger, and coping with life changes. She works primarily with individual adults and utilizes a strengths-based, nonjudgmental, empowerment-focused, and client centered approach.

Courtney Little, LPC,

Feeling distracted, disconnected, overwhelmed and unable to focus on daily life - feeling continually down is not necessary. A skilled clinician can help you navigate through difficult periods and leave with you with insight to continue to apply in your life. Acknowledgement of an issue is the first step in seeking help. Benefits of starting therapy include increasing self-awareness and more rewarding relationships. Learning to keep our emotions in check and communication are key to success. It is important to step out of oneself to gain perspective, specifically, by looking at thoughts and positive behavior choices in that process. I have more than 10 years experience in counseling, the last few years conducting research on scientific knowledge of our mind body connection. I enjoy putting knowledge into practice and helping apply it to everyday behavioral changes. Early experiences too often affect choices and struggles in our lives. I spend a lot of time researching, previously in a doctoral program and now I am excited to apply those abilities to the interests of my clients. I will facilitate healing by incorporating and strengthening support systems and relationships as well as increase understanding of how our brain/body works.