Shuntai Walker, LPC, NCC
Shuntai Walker, LPC, NCC is a National Certified Counselor specializing in forgiveness, trauma, anxiety, depression and sex therapy for individual and couples. Shuntai believes that each client is unique. Therefore, various therapeutic approaches are necessary to effectively meet clients' treatment needs. Shuntai provides counseling services to adolescents, couples, families, and individuals of all ethnicities. Her goal is to provide a safe, non-judgmental environment to help clients comfortably collaborate within the therapeutic relationship so that they are able to identify issues, develop a plan of action, and then implement that plan. Shuntai Walker is a member of the American Counseling Association (ACA) and the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapist (AASECT)
Omni Odum, MS, LLPC , Marriage & Family Therapy
Omni is Master’s level therapist specializing in working with couples, families and children ages 7-18. Omni also works with individuals who are suffering from anxiety, depression, traumas, and serious life changing events. Omni’s specialty is building rapport with her clients but using her gentile and authentic communication style. Omni has worked with clients from all walks of life, and strives to make sessions a safe space for all her clients. Omni implements the use of major systemic techniques to help clients facilitate change in their lives. Each session is tailored to that client’s needs, and focuses on goal oriented, and solution focused interaction.
“A little encouragement goes along way, and I like to remind my clients that progress, not perfection is the key to maintaining a healthy approach to change” ~ Omni O
Joseph Burger, LLPC, CADC
We can all use a helping hand and confidential ear to handle a variety of life issues, whether, Addiction, Trauma, legal assessments or guidance in improving and maintaining your vital mental health. I invite you to come-in and together we can find what works for you.
Certified Addiction Counselor , Trained in DBT, EMDR, and experience in crisis management. SOS and Probation assessment as well as a variety of mental health and career assessments.
Sarah Hamza, MA, LLPC
Life challenges us is so many ways but after these hardships, we find our strength. I am focused on the holistic needs of my potential clients. I believe that a holistic approach to therapy works best when focused on both the mind and body. Mindfulness and meditation are major components of the therapy process and I will work with you to figure out ways in which therapy can be most beneficial to YOU. My clinical approach is Person-Centered and I use Strength-Based, Solution Focused, and Cognitive Behavioral techniques. My goal is to help individuals become self- aware and to take the steps needed to move toward change.
My approach in therapy is to help individuals achieve the changes he/she wants to see in life. Working on social, personal, career development, and anything else that may come up is part of the process. The goal is to develop coping skills, social skills and build self confidence to enhance a healthy lifestyle.
Individuals will find a safe place to discuss concerns or issues that are negatively impacting their life. We will work together throughout the therapeutic process and I strive to assist each person in reaching his or her goals by utilizing various interventions. I intend to include art therapy, music therapy, and stress management techniques, as well.
We are happy to contract with the following therapists
Loletha M. Lee, MS, LLPC.
I am a kind and considerate counselor who provides opportunities for growth and self-discovery in a safe and caring environment. I work with children and adolescents with developmental and behavioral issues; individuals with addictions, depressed mood, anxious thinking, emotional conflict, communication and low self-esteem; couples and families in conflict; and unresolved grief/loss. My treatment focus will help in changing negative beliefs, thoughts, images, and self-dialogue and helps initiate positive views, images, and self-dialogue that promotes reorganizing thought process, coping, and behaviors.
As a counselor who is a Child of God, I embrace self-awareness, acceptance, open-mindedness, fairness, competency, and honesty, without bias or stereotype. My counseling goals are to recognize that clients' belief about spirituality and their up-bringing are central to their worldviews. These worldviews influences their psycho-social development and functioning.
Odis Bellinger, LLPC
A lifelong Detroiter and graduate of Benedictine High School, Bellinger holds a BA in Communications from Fayetteville State University, NC, a MA in Rehabilitation Counseling and Community Inclusion from Wayne State University, MI, and a post-graduate certificate in Social Service Administration. It was the combination of his own experience and education that drove Bellinger to his life’s calling – building better men. Bellinger is the Director/Founder of the Building Better Men Program, an organization that seeks out males age 8-17 to bring value and positive change one young man at a time.
Odis Bellinger has completed extensive research on conflict resolution, violence prevention techniques and socio-economic issues affecting youth and young adults, primarily African-American males. He conducts workshops and trainings focusing primarily on building African American male development and leadership skills. He has been recognized by local and national media outlets for his efforts related to his community work within the urban community. Most recently, he was awarded the 2017 Detroit News Michiganian of the Year honor for his long-time community involvement.