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Cruz Clinic

Livonia and Ann Arbor

We are an outpatient behavioral health clinic that provides comprehensive psychiatric and psychological care for a richer, fuller, and more productive daily life. We are committed to providing professional services for the entire family from childhood through aging.

​Our philosophy is to focus treatment on the client’s individual needs and concerns as well as helping to empower clients to change their lives. This is done in conjunction with the client to enhance overall functioning by reflection and building on innate strengths, developing skills, and developing independence. Treatment also includes increasing coping skills to enable better decision-making and lifestyle choices.

​We offer a therapy program to address the needs of today’s changing marital and family relationships. This includes all the developmental stages of marriage/family life involving spouses, partners, children, and parents. We also help family members cope and adjust to the inherent stress of lifestyle transitions.

​Our interdisciplinary team of Psychiatrists, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioner, Psychologists, Social Workers and Counselors are dedicated to providing therapy, medication evaluation and medication management services to patients.

Our Mission


​Cruz Clinic is accredited by The Joint Commission. We are also providers for Medicare, various preferred provider organizations and we are an approved outpatient facility for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Blue Care Network.

Our Services

Cruz Clinic Offers a Wide Variety of Behavioral Health Services


Our professionally trained staff offers a variety of therapy choices, such as individual therapy, family therapy, group therapy and couples therapy. Our focus is on short-term, goal oriented cognitive behavioral therapy.



Our experienced Psychologists provide Psychological Testing with various psychological testing and evaluation methods, completed and treatment plans are designed to meets individual’s needs.


At Cruz Clinic, our highly trained, board certified Psychiatrists, Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners complete psychiatric evaluations, develop a treatment plan, and prescribe medication when necessary.


Confidentiality and patient rights are of the utmost importance to staff members of Cruz Clinic. All staff receive yearly HIPAA training and client information is never released without the patient’s signed authorization.

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Cruz Clinic

    Livonia or Ann Arbor

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    Tel: 734.462.3210
    Fax: 734.462.1024

    Cruz Clinic
    17177 N. Laurel Park Dr.
    Suite #131
    Livonia, MI 48152

    Integrative Psychology of Ann Arbor
    5340 Plymouth Rd.
    Suite 202
    Ann Arbor, MI 48105

    Insurance Accepted

    Often times we can request out of network benefits / authorizations for our patients.

    Blue Care Network
    Blue Care Network Advantage
    Blue Cross Federal
    Blue Cross PPO
    Blue Cross Traditional
    Carebridge EAP

    HAP (Open Only)
    Medicare Advantage

    Meridian (Medicaid Only)
    NGS Core Source
    Priority Health
    Total Healthcare
    Value Options
    Tricare Insurance

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