Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How soon can I make an appointment?

A. We are open Monday - Friday 7:30 am-9:00 pm. Saturday and Sunday appointments are also available. We will make every effort to accommodate your schedule as soon as possible.

Call 248-343-4695 or click on the location below for contact information, map and directions.

We have three locations that are centrally located to you.

1. 37799 Professional Center Drive, Suite 106, Livonia, MI 48154

(6 mile between I-275 and Newburgh)

2. 2311 East Stadium, Suite 212, Ann Arbor, MI 48104

(1.6 Miles west of US 23)

3. 25600 Woodward, Suite 105, Royal Oak, MI 48067

(.3 Miles north of I-696)

Q. What is the cost?

A. We take most major medical insurances including Blue Cross Blue Shield, Medicare, Medicaid (some plans) and Medicare. We also participate in many Employee Assistance Programs (sponsored by your employer) as well. We do not offer a sliding fee scale – you may have a copay that is payable by cash or check at time of service. We accept major credit cards, debit cards and healthcare debit cards, however we do not have a billing service.

Q. Can you help me?

A. Our Licensed Master Social Workers each have specialties in many areas. We treat many mental and emotional health issues including but not limited to: mood disorders, addiction, dual diagnosis, sexual problems, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADD/ADHD, depression, anxiety, abuse, anger management, social skills, school difficulties, grief and loss, physical impairments, parenting issues, intimacy and relationship issues, stress, life transitions and traumatic experiences – child maltreatment, domestic violence, sexual abuse, and physical abuse or witnessing violent crimes. Our clinicians can also teach you effective problem solving skills, communication skills, and parenting skills. We have clinicians who see children as young as 3 and clinicians who do couples work and group work as well as individual therapy. Our clinicians are male and female and some work at multiple locations.

Q. What do I need to take to my first appointment?

A. You can Click Here to download, complete and print. Bring completed forms to your first appointment.