Our Team

Get to Know Our Amazing Team of Professionals

Pam Sripada

Clinical Director

Pam shifted her career path in 2007, leaving behind her roles in technology and corporate America due to a lack of fulfillment. After volunteering at domestic violence agencies, she decided to pursue an MSW and further her education in social work by completing a postgraduate certificate researching the “The Help Seeking Behaviors of Women in Domestic Violence”.

Pam has experience as a court advocate for victims of domestic violence and is a registered expert witness in the state of Michigan. Pam spent time working at a rehabilitation center for substance use where she provided outpatient care for clients that recently completed inpatient services. She also worked in a community mental health setting in Detroit and provided psychiatric crisis intervention to several Detroit hospitals, recommending the level of care needed for patients in crisis. Pam’s work in the community gave her a broad background of the variety of factors involved in mental health.

Pam's clinical expertise includes trauma-informed care, substance dependence, mood disorders, and personality disorders. She holds an advanced certificate in alcohol and drug use (CAADC) and most recently completed IMAGO training for couples therapy. Pam is well-suited for clients with complex PTSD that typically coincide with co-occurring disorders involving both mental health and addiction. Pam’s treatment approaches include: CBT, psychodynamic, IMAGO, motivational interviewing, solution-focused, trauma-informed, emotionally focused, attachment-based, stages of change, and somatic interventions.

Anna Busby

LLMSW, DBT trained

Anna Busby, LLMSW, QMHP, is a social worker who conducts individual therapy in order to analyse and treat emotional issues or mental illnesses. She has earned her Bachelor's of Social Work from Saginaw Valley State University and a Master's of Social Work focused on clinical therapy from Michigan State University. Anna has experience with a variety of age groups and disorders, including individuals with Borderline Personality Disorder, Bi-polar disorder, depression, anxiety, PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injuries, A.D.H.D., autism, and other developmental disabilities. Anna has clinical experience and training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), a therapy used to treat individuals with borderline personality disorder, PTSD, and difficulties with emotion regulation. Anna utilizes both Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy skills in her therapeutic approach with clients. Anna provides a non-judgmental and empathic environment for those seeking therapy to process life's stressors. Anna is passionate about helping individuals overcome emotional barriers and helping individuals live their best life!

Deondre Morris

LLMSW, Children and Teens

Deondre Morris is an LLMSW who has been practicing for nearly 10 years. Deondre has worked in the public school system specializing in children with multiple behavioral health concerns. Deondre utilizes CBT and restorative practices, however, Deondre also utilize other modalities to treat a wide range of concerns and to introduce coping strategies to aid clients. Deondre also conducts family therapy with a specialty in ethnic and minority families.

Sally Schulman

LMSW, Substance Use and CBT

Sally Schulman OTR/L. LMSW. Sally has been a practicing Social Worker for nearly 10 years specializing in Anxiety Disorders, Depression and Substance Abuse. She specializes in CBT along with supportive therapy and works mostly with adults. Sally uses many therapeutic interventions to improve mood and reduce anxiety.

Judy Goldsmith

LMSW, Couples Counseling

Judy Goldsmith, MSW, LMSW has been a therapist for over 30 years. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree at Mercy College of Detroit and a Masters of Social Work degree at Wayne State University. Her style as a therapist is eclectic…as each client has individual needs and what approach would work best for them is highly individualized. Judy specializes in working with couples, helping them to figure out how to find their way back to each other and also figuring out if that is the best option for them and their family. She believes in the sanctity of the therapeutic relationship and approaches clients in a non-judgment environment.

Richard Insco


Richard has extensive experience in the field of mental health counseling, with a particular focus on treating depression, anxiety, stress, Alzheimer’s and dementia caregivers, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), low self-esteem, and social anxiety. His approach to therapy is rooted in evidence-based treatments, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Positive Psychology.

Richard believes in empowering individuals to overcome personal obstacles and improve their well-being. He has an empathetic and understanding nature, which he combines with his professional expertise to make a trusted partner in the journey towards mental health and wellness. Richard knows the importance of mental health in today’s fast-paced world. He wants to work together to navigate your life’s challenges and find hope in every step of the way.