Kiernan Gamel, CCSM, CADC
Certified Substance Abuse Specialist
Information: Kiernan Gamel completed his Bachelor of Arts degree in Workforce Education and Development from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale in 2000 and received his counseling certification in Addiction Studies from the University of Riverside-California. He is in the process of completing a Masters of Social Work from Eastern Michigan University.
Kiernan has experiences in various areas of mental health diagnosis and treatment but specializes in the prevention and treatment of Chemical Dependency. He has acted as Counselor and Lead Counselor at the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, Ca, Riverside County Substance Abuse Services-Ca., Outpatient Services for the Department of Veterans Affairs in Detroit, Aftercare Program for the Michigan Department of Corrections, and designed the Outpatient Program for Adolescent and Young Adults for Family Service and Children’s Aid in Michigan. While living in the West Indies Kiernan was Lead Counselor for Eric Clapton’s Chemical Dependency Treatment Center, Crossroads.
Kiernan designed and continues to manage outpatient substance abuse programs for Catholic Charities and supervises services for several prisons in Michigan. He enjoys pursuing healthy and active interests such as weight lifting, biking, golfing, and swimming.
Michelle Croce, Psy.D.
Information: Michelle Croce earned a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Chapman University in Orange, California. She has worked with survivors of sexual assault, youth, families, couples, children, and adults in office, school, home, residential, and corrections settings. Michelle has practiced in widely different geographical areas and populations from rural Maine to small town Minnesota to Southern California. In 2013 Michelle earned a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from Union Institute and University. Michelle believes that people often have the tools to resolve their struggles, and once these are accessed and nurtured, they can aide in problem resolution and lead to improved quality of life.
Robert Slattery, M. D.
Information: Dr. Slattery is a Psychiatrist in the private practice of Jungian Psychotherapy in Ann Arbor Michigan. He is a graduate of Yale College and the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. He is a former documentary filmmaker and is now a candidate at the Clinical Training Program of the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago. His hobbies are writing and his cat, Molly.
Bryan Davis, BA
Information: Bryan completed his Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from Ohio University in 2011. After graduation, Bryan worked at Tri-County Mental Health in Athens Ohio. In April, he will earn his Master of Arts in Clinical Behavioral Psychology from Eastern Michigan University. Bryan is currently in the process of applying for his Doctorate of Clinical Psychology from a number of institutions. He has a holistic approach to therapy and tends to pull from many different clinical theoretical orientations to help explain current difficulties. Bryan's clinical interests include stress, depression, anxiety, and trauma / abuse. He enjoys the outdoors, triathlon training, sports and spending time with friends and family.