Anna M. Hickey, MA, LPC, NCC
Anna Hickey is the Executive Director of Life Transitions. She is a fully licensed professional counselor with a post-Master’s education in mental health. She has a diverse professional background working with individuals, couples, and families with a wide range of presenting problems. Her specialties include anxiety, depression, and relationship issues, including intimate and family conflict. Anna provides counseling to individuals, families and couples. She enjoys working with adults and adolescents 16 years and older. In addition, Anna has combined her counseling skills with her training in divorce mediation to offer Divorce Mediation services as an alternative to litigated marriage dissolution.
Anna founded Life Transitions with the commitment to helping those who are struggling by creating a space of respect, understanding, and motivation to achieve goals. You may contact Anna with any concerns or questions, as well as, for appointments. She may be contacted at (586) 255-0499 or [email protected].
Colleen Lambert, MA, LPC, NCC
Colleen Lambert is a fully licensed counselor who earned degrees in Counseling from both Oakland University and Rochester College. Working for years in the Hospice and Palliative Care division of Henry Ford Health Systems; Colleen has counseled individuals and families facing grief, chronic illness and trauma associated with sudden loss.
Additionally, Colleen currently provides bereavement support for individuals and families who have experienced loss within the St. Joseph Mercy Hospital System. She is an active member of The National Foundation for Grieving Children, NODA (No One Dies Alone) program and has educational affiliation with TAPS (Tragedy Assistance Program), providing assistance for military members and their families.
Colleen has experience counseling individuals facing depression, chronic illness, anxiety, family and marital conflict and life transitions. She has advanced post graduate education including The Gottman Method for couples, grief and loss, palliative care, trauma, anxiety and depression. As a counselor, Colleen brings warmth and a calming presence; providing clients with compassion and empathy. Her approach is eclectic; tailored to each individual, and uses strategies, techniques and tools that best fit the needs and preferences of each client. Colleen provides counseling to individuals, families, and couples. She enjoys working with adults and adolescents,15 years and older.
If you would like to schedule an appointment with Colleen, contact her directly at (586) 696-6869 or [email protected].
Briana Ramirez, LMSW
Briana Ramirez is a licensed Masters Social Worker, who earned her degree from the University of Michigan School of Social Work. Briana has a professional background in trauma recovery and adjustment to life difficulties. She has experience in supporting parents to learn effective strategies to address children’s difficult behaviors. In addition, she helps children in regulating their own emotions. Briana provides bilingual (English and Spanish) therapy services for individuals, families, and couples. She has experience in providing services for refugees and immigrants who are transitioning to the USA. Briana provides a client-centered approach, creating an individualized treatment plan to meet the unique needs of the client. With children and youth, she uses creative interventions through the use of art, sensory activities, and play therapy, to engage her clients beyond talk therapy. Briana specializes in working with children ages 4 and older, and teens; however she also enjoys working with adults.
If you would like to schedule an appointment with Briana, contact her directly at 586-404-0125 or [email protected].
Sandra Flury, MS, LMSW
Sandra Flury is a licensed Master Social Worker, who earned her degree from the University of Michigan School of Social Work. Sandra has a professional background in trauma informed care. She has experience assisting people develop effective strategies to address and heal from traumatic events. Sandra uses a strengths-based approach to assist teens, adults, and families to discover meaningful solutions. She has experience in providing services for sexual assault/abuse survivors. Sandra provides a client-centered approach, creating an individualized treatment plan to meet the unique needs of the client. Sandra specializes in working with clients ages 12 through adulthood. Sandra also holds a Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice and is a Certified Yoga Instructor RYT-200 and believes clients benefit from a holistic approach to therapy.
If you would like to schedule an appointment with Sandra, contact her directly at 313.444.5568 or [email protected]
Kris K. Harrison, MA, LLPC, BCaBA
Kris is a masters-level clinician with over 10 years’ experience helping individuals of all ages create meaningful change in their life. He earned a Master of Arts in Counseling from Oakland University and is both a Limited Licensed Professional Counselor and Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst. Kris has extensive experience counseling adults and youth facing a variety of difficulties. He specializes in trauma-focused treatment, providing empathetic support while also teaching evidence-based strategies to help clients cope with life’s challenges. Additionally, he provides guidance to parents by teaching effective strategies to address difficult behavior.
Throughout his career, Kris has counseled individuals with depression, anxiety, trauma, panic disorder, interpersonal conflicts, and autism spectrum disorder. He specializes in mindfulness and person-centered interventions, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Kris takes a client-driven treatment approach, empowering his clients to create a life based on their deepest values.
If you would like to schedule an appointment with Kris, contact him directly at 586.298.2314 or [email protected].