About Our Therapists

Mary CorriganMary Corrigan, LMSW 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.

Mary CorriganCarrie Gregg, LPC Therapist

Carrie Gregg earned her Master’s in Counseling from Oakland University.  She is a Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in Child and Adolescent counseling with additional certification as a Trauma Practitioner.  Carrie’s experience in higher education allowed her to develop programming to provide crisis counseling, life-coaching and coping skills to students who experienced foster care. She has extensive experience supporting youth who have suffered trauma and she is dedicated to partnering with and providing hope, healing and resilience to the youth she serves.  Carrie’s approach to counseling is strength based and trauma informed, often utilizing techniques from the Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral model.  She works to provide youth a safe environment where they can think, feel, process emotions and develop skills to lead healthier lives.

Neal PerryNeal Perry, LLMSW, CAADC - Clinic Coordinator and Therapist

Neal has a Master’s in Clinical Social Work from Western Michigan University. Neal has experience providing substance use and mental health services to individuals in jail, juvenile detention, and those experiencing a mental health crisis. Neal currently sees adults, adolescents, children, and families with mental health and substance use challenges. Neal enjoys golf, baseball, and other outdoor activities.  Neal is passionate about helping individuals and families affect meaningful change and make self-determined life choices using cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and other evidenced-based practices.

debra wrightDebra Wright, LPC, LMSW Therapist

Debra earned her Master’s in Counseling from Central Michigan University.  She has worked at Child and Family for over 20 years.  Initially working in outreach with DHHS referrals providing in-home therapy services and with MDHS in a program designed to provide social work services to at risk pregnant women and their infants.  She currently provides mental health counseling to individuals aged 5 to 90 and families.  Debra enjoys working with couples and with families.

Haley BourdeauHaley Bourdeau, LLMSW Therapist

Haley Bourdeau has a Master’s in Clinical Social Work with a concentration in trauma and mental health from the University of Denver. Haley has experience providing mental health and substance use 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. 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.

Krysti DudleyKrysti Dudley, MABC, CAADC - Substance Use Disorder Counselor

Krysti received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at the University of Alabama and her Masters in Counseling at DTS in Dallas, TX. Her current specialties include Substance Misuse. Krysti is skilled in Motivational Interviewing, relapse prevention planning, and relaxation skills. For the past 12 years, Krysti has been counseling adolescents, young adults, and adults who have been challenged with substance addiction and misuse concerns. She feels there is hope to be found and fostered as one seeks and finds freedom from substances. Krysti creates a safe, inclusive, and accepting space for those seeking help. By utilizing CBT, Krysti helps those with substance addictions and misuse recognize that everyone has their own unique set of personality traits and strengths. Her focus is on dismantling cognitive distortions, positive self-talk, problem-solving skills, emotional regulation, relaxation exercises, identifying triggers and high-risk situations, effective communication, relapse prevention, and building a strong support system.

Jess Stevens PhotoJess Stevens, LLMSW Therapist

Jess Stevens has a Master’s in Clinical Social Work and a certificate in Evidence Based Trauma Treatment from Michigan State University. He has professional coaching experience working in higher education with student populations that have experienced trauma. Jess enjoys helping clients work through challenging life events by using trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and various other evidence-based practices. Jess currently sees individuals ages 10-24 both virtually and in person.