Meet Our Professionals
Get to know us.
Sylvia Johnson, LMSW, CTP-C
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. Sylvia is specialized in treating trauma, traumatic stress, and complex trauma. She is also experienced in treating other difficulties such as depression, anxiety, relationship 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.
Breanna Harris, LLMSW
Psychotherapist (ages 5-13)
Making a choice to seek help can be challenging and takes courage. As a parent, you want to be sure that your child has the emotional support they need to flourish. Breanna provides a fun and safe atmosphere for your child to explore and manage their emotions while developing a strong sense of self. Breanna specializes in trauma and with playfulness and creativity, Breanna will help your child process issues such as parent separation and divorce, foster care, adoption, childhood sexual abuse, depression, anxiety, ADHD, and more.
Breanna uses a strength-based, cognitive behavioral approach. She often incorporates play as a way of learning and processing the difficult parts of life, in a way children can understand and relate to. She works with children and adolescents. Breanna is excited to walk with your child on their journey of healing and self-discovery.
Elise DiLaura, LLMSW
Therapy is an opportunity to gain a greater understanding of yourself. With knowledge and awareness, therapy can help to promote a better relationship with yourself and others. Are you looking to understand why you feel this way? Or, why you think the way you do? I provide a supportive and confidential environment where we can work together to explore the roots of your thoughts and feelings.
I practice psychodynamic therapy and include elements of cognitive behavioral therapy and motivational interviewing. I am providing both in-person and virtual sessions.
I am very passionate about therapy and look forward to working with you. Ally to the LGBTQIA+ community.
Emma Peck, LLMSW
Whether life is presenting current challenges or the trauma you experienced in your past is preventing you from living in the present, therapy can be a powerful tool to help process those intense emotions and find ways to soothe. Enduring trauma can prevent us from living our life to the fullest, whether it’s negative thoughts playing over and over, physical responses, painful memories, or feeling overwhelmed with everyday stressors. Emma provides a safe and non-judgmental space for clients to heal and gain new insights on their own unique experiences.
Emma works with all developmental ages, including children as young as three, adolescents, and adults. Emma obtained her master’s degree in both Social Work and Infant Mental Health from Wayne State University. She has experience working with children, families, and adults with complex trauma, anxiety, depressive disorders, and grief and loss. She utilizes psychodynamic approaches, relational, attachment based, and strengths-based therapy to promote a new sense of well-being with each unique client she engages with.
Emma understands that beginning the journey of therapy can be intimidating and works with clients to ease their nerves while building the therapeutic relationship. Therapy can be tough but together, you and Emma can find hope and safety within your journey.
Monika Saladiak, LPC, CTP-C
Beginning therapy can be both intimidating and exciting. Monika strives to develop a therapeutic relationship for clients to explore their lives in an environment that is non-judgemental and safe. Therapy is a collaborative effort that Monika will take you through with compassion and care. She works with clients with a variety of challenges including anxiety, depression, relationship issues, infertility, and trauma.
Monika is a certified trauma practitioner who works with teens, 14 and up, and adults, using an approach that is tailored to each person she works with. She uses elements of Psychodynamic, Cognitive Behavioral, and Person-Centered Therapy. With compassion, hard work, and even a few laughs, Monika will assist clients in becoming their best selves.
Nicole Green, LMSW
Nicole is passionate about creating a compassionate and safe environment for you to process daily life stressors, trauma, grief & loss, substance use, and other problems in your life that are inhibiting you to reach your best life. She utilizes a strength-based and psychodynamic approach to help you reach your goals and utilizes DBT informed therapy and CBT as needed.
Nicole specializes in trauma and works with children, teenagers, and young adults, She also works with individuals who are experiencing grief, infertility, pregnancy loss, substance use, and other challenges. Nicole has a passion for working with individuals who belong to the LGBTQQIP2SAA population.
Nicole is hopeful that together you can reach your goals while maintaining a safe space and looks forward to working with you.
Tyler Moreno, LLMSW
Has it become harder to live your life the way you always have? Have you been feeling disconnected from yourself and/or others? The way we attach to our world was taught to us early on and defines ways we think, feel, and respond. Therapy can be a place for you to get to know those early teachings and gain clarity around how they impact your past and present behaviors, relationships, and thoughts. Can you imagine having healthier relationships, greater confidence, and more motivation to seek joy and passion?
In session, Tyler prioritizes safety and delivers unbiased, confidential, and empathetic care. She works from a framework rooted in psychodynamic, humanistic, and attachment theory. Facilitating a space for all ages to spend time gaining understanding about themselves through a decolonized and culturally safe lens.
Tyler obtained her masters in social work from the University of Michigan and specializes in treating traumatic stress, PTSD, and relational trauma such as first responders, children of divorce, queer folk, single parents, concerns surrounding homelessness, adult child of alcoholics, and youth in (and aged out of) the foster care system. Tyler also has experience working with depression, anxiety, psychosis, personality disorders, and bipolar. In addition, she provides culturally competent care and gender affirming services (WPATH letters). Tyler looks forward to helping you create impactful and effective psychotherapy.
Vasiliki (Vasi) Giannopoulos, LLPC
Vasi motivates, educates, and instills hope to guide you along your journey, working together towards the goals you set throughout sessions. Vasi is a bilingual therapist, speaking English and Greek. Her cultural background provides her with an open mind and an empathetic understanding when working with her clients.
Through Vasi’s education, she has gained a strong theoretical and clinical foundation in the practice of disability and personal adjustment counseling. Utilizing a Humanistic approach with her clients, Vasi creates a warm and welcoming environment, while tailoring her therapeutic techniques to meet the needs of each client.
Vasi works with adolescents and adults. She specializes in traumatic stress and has treated PTSD, depression, anxiety, suicidality, self-harm, developmental disorders, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar, and dual diagnosis. With willingness and hope, Vasi can't wait to start your journey with you.