About Our Therapists

Mary CorriganMary Corrigan
MSW-Clinical & Macro - Therapist

Mary Corrigan has a Master’s in Social Work from Michigan State University.  She has thirty-five years of experience as a Therapist providing compassionate care through warmth and humor in her therapy style working through a wide range of concerns experienced by adults, couples, families, and groups, including twenty-five years working with children who are involved in the foster care system.  She is a licensed clinical social worker who specializes in trauma therapy with children and adolescents and their parents, including those children who have been involved in the foster care system and/or have been adopted. She particularly enjoys working with parents with their children and teenagers using play therapy to help them cope with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, transitions and family recovery from traumatic events.

Quenton LermaQuenton Lerma
LLMSW-Clinical, CAADC 
- Co-Occurring Therapist

Quenton has a Master’s degree in the field of Social Work from Michigan State University with a focus on Addictions Studies. Quenton has a vast amount of experience in outpatient therapy, Medication Assisted Treatment, drug and alcohol detox and inpatient residential treatment. Quenton has provided therapy, psychoeducation, didactic groups and case management services to at-risk youth, young adults, geriatric and the mandated populations. Quenton assist clients with reaching future set goals by helping them develop problem solving skills, improving positive coping strategies, increasing self-worth, identifying personal assets, building support systems, and realizing past experiences are strengths rather than weaknesses.

Haley BourdeauHaley Giglio
LMSW-Clinical - Older Adolescent and Adult Therapist (Telehealth ONLY)

Haley Giglio has a Master’s in Clinical Social Work with a concentration in trauma and mental health from the University of Denver. Haley is dedicated to creating a supportive and engaging space to process whatever challenges you may be facing and assist in creating positive growth and change. Haley takes a person-centered approach and utilizes a variety of evidence-based treatments based on your individual needs and goals. Haley has experience providing co-occurring treatment to both children and adults and has worked in various settings including Flower Hospital, Harbor Behavioral Health, and the Department of Health and Human Services.

Krysti Dudley

Ashley Jones
LLMSW-Clinical - Child and Adolescent Therapist

Ashley has a Master’s in Social Work from Louisiana State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from Alma College. She has experience working with youth and adolescents of diverse backgrounds in various settings including the classroom, in-home, and in a clinic. Ashley has 5 years of experience working with autistic children, as well as youth with ADHD and anxiety disorders. She is dedicated to providing a neurodiversity affirming and trauma-informed space, as well as a LGBTQIA+ and gender affirming environment. Ashley utilizes a collaborative approach to play based therapy, building meaningful relationships with youth and their caregivers and individualizing goals and treatment. 





LindsayLindsey Payne
LLMSW-Clinical - Child and Adolescent Therapist

Lindsey Payne earned her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Saginaw Valley State University and then completed her Master’s in Social Work from Michigan State University. Before her work at Child and Family Charities, Lindsey interned at Hurley Medical Center where she worked with children, adolescents, and adults assisting in their discharge planning. Lindsey enjoys working with children using numerous play therapy activities, such as arts and crafts. Lindsey uses ones strengths as the building blocks to accomplish their goals. She works with clients by providing support and empathy while creating a plan that is specific to them


Anna PiazzaAnna Piazza
LLMSW-Clinical - Emotional Health Therapist within Waverly Community Schools

Anna Piazza received her Master’s in Social Work from Fordham University and Bachelors in Social Work from Calvin University. She is experienced in providing mental health services to adults, leading prevention groups for youth, and supporting mentoring initiatives with children and adolescents. Currently, Anna offers solutions-focused, trauma-informed services to students while utilizing a strengths-based approach. She loves coming alongside youth in a variety of evidence-based practices while empowering them to celebrate their inherent value, strong resilience, and vibrant uniqueness. Out of the office, Anna enjoys thrifting, mothering plants, and spending time with friends.


Lindsay StanfieldLindsay Stanfield
LLMSW-Clinical - Child, Adolescent & Adult Therapist (Telehealth Only)

Lindsay Stanfield has a Masters in Social Work from Spring Arbor University and a Bachelors in social work with a minor in Youth Studies from Central Michigan University. She has experience in working with both children, adolescents, and adults. Lindsay has experience working with youth and children in the foster care system, mental health, and juvenile justice. She also has experience working with adults with substance use disorder and mental health. Lindsay is passionate about helping individuals identify and implement change to meet their goals. 






Anna BoatengSana Sumbal
LLMSW - Clinical - Emotional Health Therapist Okemos Public Schools

Sana Sumbal earned her Master’s in Social Work from George Mason University and Bachelor in Sociology from Trinity Washington University. Sana’s previous experience in social work included providing resources to victims of crimes, and outreach to clients experiencing domestic violence. Sana also has experience providing services to youth and adults experiencing mental health concerns. Currently, Sana offers trauma focused, strength based, and cognitive behavioral therapy to students who attend Okemos Public Schools. Sana provides a safe and affirming environment for students who are experiencing anxiety, depression and stress to express their emotions and learn coping skills to help them continue to build resilience and learn to thrive.



Anna Boateng

Anna Boateng
LMSW-Clinical - Emotional Health Therapist within Holt Public Schools

Anna Boateng earned her Master’s in Clinical Social Work and a certificate in Evidence Based Trauma Treatment from Michigan State University. Anna has worked with Child and Family Charities since 2019, first as a clinical intern at Angel House and now in the Juvenile Justice Division. She has experience working with youth affected by trauma in foster care, residential facilities and juvenile justice settings. Anna is trained in trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT) and is working on national certification. She currently provides mental health therapy to youth ages 10-17 to increase resilience and reduce risk for involvement with the juvenile justice system. Anna is also a coach for our Strengthening Families Program which works to promote bonding, boundaries and monitoring within the family.



Anna BoatengAbigail Johnson
LLMSW-Clinical - Emotional Health Therapist - Lansing Learning Hub

Abigail Johnson holds a Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Michigan and a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work with a certificate in Child Welfare from Michigan State University. Abigail utilizes a strength-based approach when providing therapy to youth and their families through trauma informed lens. She also assists the youth and their families by connecting them to community resources and supports. Abigail provides care by incorporating the needs of the client with a focus on the core values of Social Justice and Dignity and Worth of the Person.





Anna Boateng

Sarah Kavanagh
LLPC - Adolescent and Young Adult Therapist

Sarah Kavanagh recently earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University and she is a national board-certified counselor (NCC). Sarah has counseling experience with adolescents and adults of varying ages, races, cultures, and gender identities. She especially enjoys working with adolescents, young adults, and those within the LGBTQIA+ community. Sarah uses a holistic approach to therapy and enjoys tailoring sessions to the individual needs of her clients. She works from the basis that the client is the expert and harnessing their strengths can create meaningful change. 





Prevention Staff


Steven HolmesSteven Holmes
CPS - Teen Accountability Court Case Manager

Steven has been Employed with Child and Family Charities since 2004 and worked eight years in the Child Welfare Department as a foster care case manager and for three years as the Behavioral Health case manager for the adolescent substance use clinic. Since 2018 Steven has worked with the as a Certified Prevention Specialist/case manager with the Teen Accountability Court program. Steven is also a coach for the Strengthening Families Program which works to promote bonding, boundaries and monitoring within the family.




Even GodfreyEvan Godfrey
BS, DP-CADC - Families Matter! Case Manager

Evan has a Bachelor's of Science in Medical Case Management from Davenport University. He is also currently attending Capella University to obtain his Master's in Social Work. Evan currently provides substance use assessments, treatment, and case management to youth between the ages of 11 and 17. Evan's previous experience includes case management and counseling for substance using adults in the mid-Michigan area. Evan is passionate about educating youth and families about the dangers of substance use and approaches the topic of adolescent substance use with compassion, warmth and understanding.