Michelle Croce, Psy.D.
Information: Michelle Croce received her PsyD in Clinical Psychology from Union Institute and University in 2013. She has worked extensively with survivors of sexual assault and childhood trauma, families with school aged children, and college students, and has experience with a variety of mental and physical health problems including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, AD/HD and learning disabilities, and family and relationship issues. Her treatment approach incorporates research and client preferences, blending cognitive behavioral therapy principles, systemic strategies, and mindfulness practices. Michelle believes that people often have tools which, when identified, accessed and nurtured, can aide in problem resolution and improve overall life satisfaction.
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.
Amanda Bode, M.S.
Information: Amanda has completed her Master's of Science in Clinical Psychology from Eastern Michigan University. She graduated from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan with a Bachelor’s in Psychology and Sociology. Since graduating, Amanda has worked as a director of a non-profit organization in Grand Rapids, and is currently working with children with ASD. Amanda especially enjoys working with clients who are struggling with family and relationship issues, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and other health issues. During her free time, Amanda enjoys reading, scrap-booking, and enjoying our beautiful Michigan summers!
Amber Mosley, B.S.
Information: Amber Mosley is an advanced doctoral student in Counseling Psychology at Western Michigan University (WMU). She completed her undergraduate degree in the area of Psychology with minors in Gender and Women’s Studies and Spanish and her master’s course work in Counseling Psychology. Since 2003 Amber has worked with a number of different educational programs and school districts both as a teacher and as a contractor to increase student performance, student efficacy and to create more effective and inclusive institutions. She has also spent time working on the mental health unit of Borgess Hospital, gained counseling practice in the Center for Counseling and Psychological Services training clinic at WMU, and done comprehensive testing and reports for children to gain academic support. She has been working in the field of sexual assault prevention education since 2006 and has been the Coordinator of Sexual Assault Prevention Education at Western Michigan University since 2009. As a piece of this job she created and continues to maintain a service and resource center for students to gain support, do healing art, gain reporting assistance, and have a safe place to talk about sexual assault and other forms of biased incidents.