MARLA LEWIS, M.A.-CLINICAL DIRECTOR
Marla Lewis, MA, LLP, DBTC, LLC is a certified DBT psychotherapist who works with adolescents and adults both individually and teaches skills training groups. Marla received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan. Marla pursed her Master’s Degree in Counseling from Oakland University. Marla then continued her education completing an advanced Master’s specialization in mental health counseling/psychology. She specializes in treating borderline personality disorder, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, chronic illnesses, and relationship issues. Marla has presented numerous seminars over the years at the Birmingham Community House, Henry Ford Hospital, Oakland University and has appeared on local television discussing different mental health topics. She also provides trainings to professionals on a variety of topics in community/school settings. Marla is certified in Family Psycho-Education Advanced Facilitation. Marla has an Advanced Master’s professional specialization in Mental Health Counseling. Marla is intensively trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy from Behavioral Tech. Marla is a nationally certified DBT therapist through the Dialectical Behavior Therapy National Certification and Accreditation Association . Marla is trained and has taught motivational interviewing to professionals. Marla has been working with patients for over a decade and loves teaching others how to build the life they want. In her free time, Marla enjoys yoga, spending time with her family/friends, art and traveling.
SARAH GREGG, M.A. THERAPIST/TEAM LEADER
Sarah Gregg, LMSW specializes in the treatment of borderline personality disorder, mood disorders, anxiety disorders and substance use disorders. Sarah is intensively trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy from Behavioral Tech. She has worked at U of M hospital and currently works with children, adolescents and young adults at the clinic. Sarah went to Rhode Island College and received her Bachelors Degree in Chemical Dependency/Addiction studies with a dual major in Psychology. She then pursed her Master’s Degree from the University of Michigan in Clinical Social Work. She offers individual, skills training groups and coaching to her clients. Sarah teaches skills that focus on helping the client improve mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance and interpersonal effectiveness. In her free time, Sarah enjoys playing kick ball, spending time with family/friends, and sailing.
JUDY QUINN, M.A.-THERAPIST/PARENT COACH
Judy Quinn, LMSW received her Bachelor’s Degree from Madonna University and Master’s Degree from Michigan State University in Social Work. Judy has received intensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy from Behavioral Tech and has continued to receive DBT training since 2004. Judy specializes in treating anxiety, depression and a variety of integrated mental health and co-occurring conditions. Judy has advanced training in substance use treatment, motivational interviewing and teaches motivational interviewing to professionals. Judy has additionally counseled adolescents and adults in the areas of sexual abuse, domestic violence and psycho-education multifamily groups. Judy has taught workshops at local and state conferences, appeared on cable television and in professional videos. She has presented at Baker College discussing different areas of mental health topics. Judy has practiced social work since 1993. Judy works with adults for individual therapy, teaching skills groups and coaching as well as being our parent coach. Judy works with all of our parents teaching our parent skills groups, individual parent sessions and coaching to our parents. In her free time, Judy enjoys spending time with her family and two dachshunds.