Psychological & Behavioral Consultants

​​Kaitlin Goodman is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She graduated from Michigan State University with a master’s degree in 2014 and a Bachelor of Arts in social work from Hope College in 2014. Kaitlin sees adolescents, and adults in both individual and couples counseling. Kaitlin enjoys helping individuals solve problems, increase self-knowledge, and promote personal growth. She has a desire to help individuals heal from present and past traumas. Kaitlin employs use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in her practice to help individuals to start thinking differently about themselves and their past experiences. Kaitlin is trained in Level 1 of Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) which she uses to help people who have experienced trauma and/or hold negative beliefs about themselves. Kaitlin works with individuals on a level that is comfortable to them, helping them to live their greatest and happiest life

​Sara is an Acupuncture Detoxification Specialist, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, as a well as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. In 2012, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and obtained her Master of Social Work degree from MSU in 2015. While Sara provides therapy full-time as an MSU employee, she also provides Ear Acupuncture services to those in the Lansing community. As the owner of All Ears AcuBalance, LLC, Sara is dedicated to making ear Acupuncture Detoxification (Acudetox) an accessible treatment to those who are healing from addiction, anxiety, depression, trauma, insomnia, grief, hyperactivity, headaches, poor appetite, and other imbalances. This treatment is supplemental and can be utilized while in involved with other services (therapy, medical treatment, self-help, etc.) Sara respects cross-cultural treatment and uses this blend of both Western and Eastern Medicine to enhance core healing of the mind, body, and spirit in a holistic manner. She is currently receiving education and training in Reiki, crystal healing, and other energy work to supplement her ear acupuncture treatments. 

Lisa has been a clinical social worker since 1996. She has experience working with children, families, and adults.  She works with adolescents, college age students and adults with communication issues, depression, anxiety, mood disorders and personality disorders.  Lisa helps promote daily coping skills to deal with difficult situations. She also has extensive experience working with children and adolescents ranging in issues from ADHD, depression and anxiety and serious behavioral issues.   She was a contract therapist with the DBT Institute of Michigan and the DBT Center of Michigan for over six years.  Lisa's treatment modalities include cognitive therapy, parent skills training, Dialectical Behavioral Treatment, coping skill-set building, motivational interviewing, systems theory, and solution-focused brief therapy.  

Kerry has over 20 years of experience as a clinical social worker working with children, families, and adults.  She works with adults with communication issues, depression, anxiety and helps promote daily coping skills to deal with difficult situations. She also has extensive experience working in schools (preschoolers through high school) with children and adolescents ranging in issues from AdHD, depression and anxiety. She is often a liaison between the school and the individual/family and can help parents advocate for their child in the school setting. Kerry  also sees college age individuals who are dealing with a variety of issues that come with being more independent.  She provides a safe environment where clients are able to begin to understand their thoughts and actions and work to achieve their goals.

​Lisa Delapp-Theis, LMSW, ACSW, 517-999-0940


Philip has over 30 years of experience in the field of social work, including 25 years as a school social worker, six years as president of the Michigan Association of School Social Workers and several years of private practice.  He uses styles of intervention suited to you when working with individuals, couples, and families.  His treatment modalities include cognitive therapy, play therapy, trauma-focused CBT, relational and coping skill-set building, motivational interviewing, systems theory, and solution-focused brief therapy.  Philip relies on strength-based and activity-based approaches when working with his clients.  He has success working with school, work and interpersonal difficulties associated with trauma, depression, anxiety, ODD, ASD, developmental issues, abuse, neglect and other environmental and mental health issues.

Michael is a licensed psychologist with clinical experience dating back to 1982. He has been in private practice at this location since 1991. In his practice he sees individual adults (adolescents and older). His areas of specialization include post traumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety, grief and bereavement, and relationship issues. Michael was an assistant professor at Michigan State University’s Masters in School and Agency Counseling program from 1999 until the program closed in 2009.  Michael is an Approved Consultant and a Certified Therapist in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing)

Connie is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Certified Diplomate with the National Association of Social Workers in Clinical Social Work.  Since 1993 Connie has worked with children, teens, young adults, and adults. She has been a full-time practitioner of comprehensive  DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Treatment) since 2012, working with adults and adolescents presenting with high-risk behaviors such as suicidal ideation or actions, self-harm, disordered eating, and substance abuse, as well as behaviors associated with emotional vulnerabilities such as depression and anxiety. Connie has received advanced training in Prolonged Exposure and Prolonged Exposure for DBT as a treatment modality for PTSD and trauma symptoms.  She is an ally and affiliate of the University of Michigan Comprehensive Gender Services Program, providing therapeutic  treatment  alongside other providers serving  the LGBTQ community.   Connie is currently working with home-based therapies for at-risk youth and their families, in addition to continuing her private practice with adults, teens, and youth.  She was also an Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant, practicing in this capacity for over twelve years, focusing on early identification and intervention.   Connie was a Field Instructor for Michigan State University's School of Social Work, Graduate Program, as well as a Field Liaison for the same program.  


Michael Rogell, Ph.D., 517-372-2300

Kaitlin Goodman, LLMSW, 517 – 999-9004

Shari is a licensed clinical social worker who graduated from Michigan State University with a master’s degree in 2000.  She holds a bachelor’s in Public Policy & Health with specializations in Women’s Studies and Health & Humanities.  Shari has expertise in treating adults and adolescents with trauma-related history including sexual assault/abuse, dating or relationship violence, and domestic violence. She also provides general psychotherapy to address issues related to depression, anxiety, cutting/self-harm, eating disorders, substance abuse and other addictions. Having received extensive training and certification in multicultural competency and counseling, Shari is very dedicated to LGBTQ issues, racial injustice, and gender-based violence. She works with clients to identify their individual strengths, craft personalized counseling goals, employ healthy coping skills and methods for holistic healing.

Kerry Frawley, LMSW, ACSW, 517-290-4051

​Connie Bussey-Hooper, LMSW, QCSW, DCSW, 517-999-0990, 517-204-4670

Sara Marino, LLMSW, LLMFT, ADS,     586-556-1516,

​Philip Barker, LMSW, ACSW, SSW, 734-627-7540  

​Shari Murgittroyd, LMSW, 517-999-9003