Franklin A. Kelemen, Ph.D
Director of Counseling Services
Information: Franklin Kelemen completed his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA in 1985. He completed a Masters in Social Work degree from the University of Pennsylvania (1978) following a B.A. in Psychology from Beloit College (1974). He was a Teaching Fellow while a doctoral candidate at Temple University and he completed a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Clinical Psychology at the Detroit Psychiatric Institute/Wayne State University School of Medicine. Dr. Kelemen has spent his professional career working with individuals and families in a wide variety of clinical settings. He has a particular interest in trauma and has completed research on the diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorders, the effects of trauma on children, and on the intergenerational effects of the Holocaust on children of Holocaust survivors. He has volunteered for the Red Cross and Michigan Psychological Association as a crisis response counselor, as an interviewer for the Shoah Foundation, and as a mediator for the Washtenaw County Dispute Resolution Center. In September, 2001, he was asked to help in the response to the World Trade Center attack.
Dr. Kelemen and the members of the Counseling Department look forward to working with Albion students. We recognize that college offers young adults an exciting adventure and an opportunity for growth and development. At the same time, college years are often a period of increased stress and pressure. Each student approaches the college experience with his or her own unique constellation of life experiences, concerns, and needs. We hope that the Counseling Center will be helpful in meeting the needs of each Albion students for support in maximizing their potential to reach their educational and personal goals.
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.
Amanda Bode, M.S.
Psychologist/Substance Abuse Specialist
Information: Amanda has a Master's of Science in Clinical Psychology from Eastern Michigan University and a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Calvin College. She is currently pursing certification to become a certified advanced alcohol and drug counselor through the University of Michigan. Amanda especially enjoys working with clients who are struggling with interpersonal concerns, depression, anxiety, grief, health concerns, and/or substance abuse or misuse.
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.
Theresa Nutten, MA
Information: Theresa is a graduate trainee working to complete her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Western Michigan University. She received her Master’s of Arts degree in Marriage, Couple, and Family therapy from Western Michigan University and has a Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology from the University of Michigan, Dearborn. Theresa has experience working in a variety of clinical settings. Her clinical interests include, but are not limited to the following: identity concerns, anxiety, depression, relational struggles, transition and adjustment issues, and trauma recovery. Theresa is an advocate and ally for individuals who identify with racial/ethnic, gender, sexual orientation, religious/spiritual, and abled-body, or other cultural minority groups. In her leisure, Theresa enjoys playing piano, archery, and making homemade greeting cards.