Outpatient Services | Psychiatry, Therapy and Counseling

Diversity Collective

To schedule your first outpatient appointment

Let our trained staff guide you in finding the right services to meet your needs. Call us today.

Care from a provider who gets you

Diversity Collective

Identity affirming, culturally responsive care.

Finding a qualified mental health provider can seem overwhelming, especially if you are part of the Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) community and want to work with a therapist you can identify with.

Working with us you’ll be…

COMFORTABLE. You’ll feel more at ease working with a provider who understands where you’re coming from.

CONFIDENT. All our providers are licensed by the State of Michigan and use evidenced-based treatments proven to improve recovery outcomes.

CONNECTED. Our providers have access to a large network of colleagues and all levels of treatment due to Pine Rest’s position as the largest mental health organization in Michigan.

To schedule a new outpatient appointment, call 866.852.4001.

Concerns Addressed

  • Anger Management
  • Anxiety
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Caregiver Stress
  • Chronic Pain and Adjustment
  • Cross-Cultural Adoption
  • Cultural/Racial Identity
  • Depression
  • Difficulties at Work or School
  • Grief and Loss
  • Intercultural/Interfaith Relationships
  • LGBTQ Issues
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Parent/Child Conflicts
  • Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders
  • Personality Disorders
  • Racial Trauma
  • Relationship Conflicts
  • School and Adjustment Issues
  • Self-Esteem Issues
  • Spiritual Issues
  • Stress Management
  • Substance Use Disorders

Services

We provide services for ages 8 years and older.

  • Psychiatric services, including medication management, consultations and evaluations
  • Counseling and psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families
  • Referral to other local or national treatment programs or services
  • Consultation with primary care, churches, agencies and schools

Diversity Collective Clinicians

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Samantha Binns

LLMSW

I am primarily Native American ... My education and life experiences allow me to offer a culturally competent, relaxed, empowering, compassionate, and empathetic therapeutic practice where I hope you feel safe to be 100% completely yourself, free of judgment and discrimination.

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Rafael Caldas

LMSW, CAADC

I have extensive experience with diverse populations in outpatient therapy including substance use disorders. I'm originally from Brazil and fluent in Portuguese, English, Spanish, French and Italian. I believe I could be a great fit for you.

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Patrice Cisco

LMSW, CAADC

As a master level social worker and Native American female, I can merge life experience and skills learned in my practice to offer culturally sensitive and compassionate care to help you feel connected and safe in a therapeutic environment.

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Shreya Doshi

Doctoral Temporary Limited Licensed Psychologist

As a doctoral level therapist, I create a culturally affirming and responsive therapeutic environment. My practice is a space where BIPOC/AAPI and Queer individuals can explore the myriad of identities that may feel at odds with one another.

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Abbie Dykstra

LLMSW

Being an adopted Chinese American, I have witnessed and experienced firsthand the effect of spaces that do the exact opposite, and because of that I really strive to create an inclusive environment that appreciates diversity

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Maram Hekhuis

LMSW

As a Palestinian and American citizen, bicultural and bilingual, I’m confident that I have the knowledge to be a culturally sensitive therapist that could offer you a safe and compassionate environment to release and work through your life stressors.

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Dante Jones

LPC

As a Licensed Professional Counselor and an African American male, I am positioned uniquely to combine both lived experiences and professional training to meet you right where you are.

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Selina Lee

PhD

As a child of immigrants and being an immigrant myself diversity is an important part of my life. I strive to foster an environment of affirmation and acceptance while providing in-office, culturally sensitive, psychological assessments.

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Elizza LeJeune

LMSW

As an African American female therapist of Caribbean and Cajun descent, I use my knowledge as a cultural informed therapist as a connection tool so you can feel safe.

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Cherina Staples

LPC

As a Licensed Professional Counselor and African American female, I can use my knowledge of being a culturally informed therapist along with my professional training and life experiences to connect with you and assist in navigating through life stressors and gaining a better understanding of yourself and the world around you.

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