Michelle earned her Master of Art degree in Clinical Psychology from The Michigan School of Psychology. She has experience working with individuals from diverse backgrounds for both individual and group psychotherapy and has practiced in a variety of settings including correctional facilities, hospitals, and private practices.
Michelle utilizes Humanistic Psychology and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques to help people achieve their full potential through unconditional positive regard, building positive relationships, and empathy. She offers treatment for a wide variety of concerns, including depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, and relationship issues. She believes in the inherent strength and potential for growth in all people.