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If you’re looking for kindness and compassion, then let Sylvia help you on your healing journey. Sylvia  provides a safe and non-judgmental environment where you can explore your feelings and experiences to gain self-awareness, understanding,  and discover how to get back to the life you love. She is extremely passionate about helping others get to the root of their current behaviors, thoughts, and feelings. In addition to treating trauma, Sylvia specializes in eating disorders and relationship with food and body. She is also experienced in treating other difficulties such as depression, anxiety, relationships difficulties, and grief.

Working with children as young as four, adolescents, and adults, Sylvia is a certified trauma practitioner and completed her training at Wayne State University. Sylvia is extensively trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy, play therapy, trauma-focused interventions, and utilizes techniques to best suit your needs.  While meeting you where you are at, she can help you discover how to live the life you love.  




Trying to process any burden in the world of social media and pressure from society can be challenging. When creating change having open communication in your relationships is important but at times you need someone who can be along for the ride without judgement. This is where Brittany comes in. Brittany's theory is that when people can learn to challenge their mind and replace beliefs, thoughts and attitudes that are no longer serving them, people are free to experience change. Change is not a straight path, this is why working with a therapist can be more empowering. Brittany provides a safe place for setbacks, while working through them and using them as learning opportunities without having judgement or expectations of you. Brittany is passionate about helping you get back to the person you want yourself to be, despite trauma, triggers or behaviors you may experience. Change and working through trauma can be terrifying, but when accomplished it can help you create the life you want to live.

Brittany works with children, adults, families, and couples, specializing in trauma, complex trauma, and secondary trauma. She also works with individuals with sexually reactive behaviors, self-esteem concerns, relational trauma, mood disorders, and many others. Brittany completed her master’s degree in social work from Wayne State University and enjoys creating goals in therapy that you are comfortable with and invested in and because Brittany believes in the importance of the therapeutic relationship, she uses a blend of Psychodynamic therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Solution Focused, Reality Based, and Psycho-education to best work with your needs. Whatever it is you are working through, Brittany is confident that together, you can work through it and create the change you want. 




Life is full of challenges that we may sometimes need help navigating. At times we might be unsure of what exactly is contributing to our troubles, but we know that we cannot continue to live life feeling the way we do. We simply want to feel better, like our old selves again. Imagine offers a genuine, non-judgmental, and empowering space to explore how your experiences shape who you are and assists in discovering and overcoming barriers that may be in the way of your happiness.

While Imagine works to support individuals through a wide range of problems, she specializes in working with children, adolescents, and young adults who are experiencing trauma, anxiety, depression, emotion dysregulation, and attachment-related issues. Imagine completed her training at the University of Michigan and is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, yet she uses an integrated blend of therapeutic approaches personalized to fit your individual needs. Imagine will work with you to develop a greater sense of self-worth, explore methods of constructing nurturing relationships, and develop and achieve goals to work toward a wholesome life experience.

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