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.

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.

Sarah Wice, PhD, LP

Sarah Wice, PhD is a fully licensed clinical psychologist specializing in evidenced-based therapies to promote health and wellness, manage chronic disease, and cope with lifestyle changes following a significant injury or illness. She has experience in assisting individuals, couples, and families in navigating life after chronic pain, brain injury, significant life stressors, and grief and loss. Her approach is rooted in Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Mindfulness-Based Therapies. She focuses on identifying core values and personal strengths to assist others in cultivating a life that is centered on the present, meaningful, and receptive to life’s joyful moments.