About Us

At Midwest Wellness, it is our mission to help you achieve the rewarding life you deserve. We appreciate that every person is unique and every client receives individualized treatment. It is our pleasure to work with you and to be a part of your life-fulfillment journey.

Ypsilanti/Ann Arbor

Bridget N Green, LPC, NCC (Clinical Director/Licensed Clinician)

Bridget N Green, LPC, NCC is an outpatient therapist with more than 10 years of experience as a therapist. She earned her Master’s in Counseling at Oakland University and has vast experience working with children, adolescents, and young adults. 

Bridget feels that the best way to make positive change is to accept absolutely everything about ourselves. She is aware that this journey compassionately guides her clients.

Bridget particularly enjoys working with children ages 12 and under using play therapy techniques.

She is especially passionate about helping parents and caregivers manage the behavior of their children. Bridget has extensive training in helping empower parents to become the treatment agent to promote and maintain positive change in families.  

Bridget values time with family and friends and finds peace in meditation as well as relaxing with her dogs. 

Dionne Collins, MA, LLPC (Outpatient Clinician)

Dionne Collins, MA, LLPC, has been practicing for over 5 years as a Therapist. She earn her Master’s Degree at Spring Arbor University in Community Counseling in May of 2015.

She takes a holistic approach to counseling, evaluating the whole person from both their inner and outer characteristics. She seeks to provide services with clinical professional competence, through a spirit of acceptance, empathy, compassion and respect for those she service.

She focuses on providing quality, authentic, and creditable services for each individual client. She provides individual and couples counseling to youth and adults experiencing problems with, but not limited to, anxiety, depression, grief, sexual abuse, infidelity, relationships, behavioral issues.

Mitchell Andries, MA, LLPC (Outpatient Clinician)

Mitchell holds a certificate in Professional Counseling (LLPC) and received his Masters in Rehabilitation Community Counseling from the Wayne State University College of Education in Detroit, Michigan (2013). Mitchell also received a Masters in Pastoral Ministry from Madonna University in Livonia, Michigan in 2009 and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justic from Madonna University in Livonia, Michigan in 2006.

Mitchell brings a variety of clinical experience gained from working in residential, inpatient and outpatient clinics. Mitchell specializes in working with adults, couples, teens, and families on diverse issues including ADD/ADHD, Abuse and Neglect, Anger Management, Adjustment Issues, Anxiety/Panic/ Phobia, Behavioral Problems, Bi-Polar Disorder, Bullying, Christian Counseling/Scriptural Integration, Depression, Domestic Violence, Family Issues, Grief and Loss, Communication/Relational Issues, Mood Disorders, Oppositional/Defiant Behaviors, Parenting Issues, PTSD, Self-Control/Impulse Issues, Self-Esteem Issues, Sexual Abuse, Severe and Persistent Mental Illness, Social Problems, Stress Management, Substance Abuse, Trauma and Abuse.

“I specialize in helping my clients overcome trauma, grief and loss. My goal is to assist clients in living a joy-filled life while honoring their past. I look forward to offering you support and helping you reach your personal goals in a manner that clarifies and affirms your values. In addition, I work to help identify and implement effective coping skills that allow clients to get back to a sense of normalcy where they can enjoy participating in relationships and social activities without irrational fears or intrusive thoughts that can control one’s behavior.”

McKendra (Mickey) Cramer, MS, TLLP (Outpatient Clinician)
Mickey recently obtained her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Eastern Michigan University and achieved her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at the University of Colorado-Boulder.

She spent the last year completing her practicum training at the University of Michigan-Dearborn CAPS (Counseling and Psychological Services).

Her treatment approach is interpersonal and psychodynamic, and her current clinical interests include providing psychotherapy to adults for trauma and stress-related disorders, anxiety, and depression.

Bobbi-Ann Gordon, DMFT, LMFT (Outpatient Clinician)
Dr. Bobbi-Ann Gordon is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 10 years of experience working with adolescents, adults, couples, and families to address depression, anxiety, trauma, life transitions, and relationship distress. She is passionate about normalizing mental health treatment and strives to create a safe and collaborative environment that is welcoming, respectful, and supportive.

Dr. Gordon uses a variety of evidenced-based approaches and she has been extensively trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Multidimensional Family Therapy (MDFT), Solutions-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) and Emotionally-Focused Couples Therapy (EFT).

Dr. Gordon specializes in helping parents and adolescents struggling with challenges that can occur at home, at school and with peers. It is not uncommon for these challenges to include depression, anxiety, antisocial behavior, substance abuse, self-harm, delinquency, bullying, academic challenges, and parent-adolescent conflict. She uses an individualized and strengths-based approach to improve coping skills, communication, boundaries, and the parent-adolescent relationship.

Dr. Gordon earned a master’s degree (MS in Marital & Family Therapy) and doctorate in (Doctorate in Marital & Family Therapy) from Loma Linda University.

Robin Harvell, MA, LPC (Co-Founder)

Robin Harvell, MA, is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Clinical Director with 18 years of experience working with diverse clients of all ages both in substance abuse and intensive mental health settings. Robin has been extensively trained in multiple evidence based practices including Trauma-Informed Care, DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), Motivational Interviewing, MST (Multisystemic Therapy), and Trauma-Focused CBT, which have lead her to develop a program for Trauma-Informed Dialectical Behavioral Therapy for addiction.

Robin earned a BA in English and American literature from Blackburn College 1995, and a MA in Human Developmental Counseling from the University of Illinois at Springfield 2001, with a double major in Marriage and Family Therapy and Community Counseling. Robin has also been a member of the American Counseling Association and became a Nationally Board Certified Counselor. She has been a Licensed Professional Counselor since 2003. Robin is a warm, empathic therapist who specializes in the use of Dialectical Behavior Therapy to provide clients with new skills to manage past painful experiences or strong emotions.

A strong belief in the power of positive thinking and hope in a better future, she has helped many release years of guilt, shame, and pain which allowed them to find joy again. Robin states, “We really want to create a safe space, where you can heal and experience the positive energy as soon as you walk in the door at Midwest Recovery and Wellness. We are a passionate group of clinicians who believe in enjoying the journey of life and we are grateful that you are here.” Robin enjoys yoga, writing poetry, cooking Sunday dinner for her family, laughing, reading anything from good fiction to self help books, and singing along to some of her favorite upbeat or relaxing music.

Meriam Sam, PNP-BC, AGNP-BC (Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner)
Meriam Sam provides both Pharmacological and Cognitive Behavioral Services.

Throughout her time as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Meriam prides herself in being competent and proficient in understanding the body’s chemical make-up while also remaining compassionate, professional and a problem oriented provider. Meriam is dedicated to each and every client and provides an individualized plan of care.

Meriam treats clients age 12 and older and is also qualified to deliver Cognitive Behavioral Services.

Meriam states, “Medication can become an important part of your mental health. As your practitioner, I will listen to your story and provide approaches that are natural, holistic, therapeutic and individualized. My belief is that your relationship with your Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner should be long-lasting, personal, and fulfilling. I practice with a holistic approach, treating the mind and body. Personal growth, living a functional satisfying life, and symptom reduction/resolution are very important aspects of your care to me.”

Meriam enjoys working with adolescents, adults (including clients in elderly/group/rehabilitation homes), families and has experience in a wide range of mental health disorders.

Meriam received her Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner degree (AGNP-BC) from Oakland University in 2016 and she obtained her Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse degree from Maryville University.

Cullen P. Hardy, Psy.D. (Co-Founder)

Dr. Hardy trained three years at a substance abuse clinic working with clients of diverse backgrounds. He gained invaluable experience working in that area which had one of the highest incidence of substance abuse in New England. He also trained in community mental health centers in New England as well as in South Bend, Indiana. In addition, Dr. Hardy has been trained in multiple evidence based practices such as Trauma-Informed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Psychodynamic Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Addiction.

Dr. Hardy’s passion for his work springs from his education, training and a strong desire to help those who struggle with substance abuse disorders. With over 15 years of sobriety, Dr. Hardy brings a unique perspective that allows him to work with clients both as a trained clinician and as someone who has personally experienced what his clients are going through. His no-nonsense, direct, but caring approach ensures that his clients will receive the addiction treatment that leads to a life-time of recovery.

He received his undergraduate degree (’09, Anthropology) from the University of Notre Dame, his master’s degree (MS in Clinical Psychology) from Antioch University New England and his doctoral degree (PsyD in Clinical Psychology) from Antioch University New England. His father and brothers are likewise Notre Dame grads.

With extensive family roots in Grand Rapids and his own love for the Michigan area, he is looking forward to working with clients from across the region.

Dr. Hardy specializes in working with college students and their families at CollegeisStressful.com

Livonia

Bridget N Green, LPC, NCC (Clinical Director/Licensed Clinician)

Bridget N Green, LPC, NCC is an outpatient therapist with more than 10 years of experience as a therapist. She earned her Master’s in Counseling at Oakland University and has vast experience working with children, adolescents, and young adults. 

Bridget feels that the best way to make positive change is to accept absolutely everything about ourselves. She is aware that this journey compassionately guides her clients.

Bridget particularly enjoys working with children ages 12 and under using play therapy techniques.

She is especially passionate about helping parents and caregivers manage the behavior of their children. Bridget has extensive training in helping empower parents to become the treatment agent to promote and maintain positive change in families.  

Bridget values time with family and friends and finds peace in meditation as well as relaxing with her dogs. 

Bobbi-Ann Gordon, DMFT, LMFT (Outpatient Clinician)
Dr. Bobbi-Ann Gordon is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 10 years of experience working with adolescents, adults, couples, and families to address depression, anxiety, trauma, life transitions, and relationship distress. She is passionate about normalizing mental health treatment and strives to create a safe and collaborative environment that is welcoming, respectful, and supportive.

Dr. Gordon uses a variety of evidenced-based approaches and she has been extensively trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Multidimensional Family Therapy (MDFT), Solutions-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) and Emotionally-Focused Couples Therapy (EFT).

Dr. Gordon specializes in helping parents and adolescents struggling with challenges that can occur at home, at school and with peers. It is not uncommon for these challenges to include depression, anxiety, antisocial behavior, substance abuse, self-harm, delinquency, bullying, academic challenges, and parent-adolescent conflict. She uses an individualized and strengths-based approach to improve coping skills, communication, boundaries, and the parent-adolescent relationship.

Dr. Gordon earned a master’s degree (MS in Marital & Family Therapy) and doctorate in (Doctorate in Marital & Family Therapy) from Loma Linda University.

Kinga Hamerski, LMSW (Licensed Clinician)
Welcome, thank you for stopping by. It takes a lot of courage and strength to explore something more for our life than what we know at this moment. I believe we can become stronger by our choices and what we do one day at a time. I believe connection with others happens when people feel seen, heard, and valued. I have witnessed that through the building of coping skills in a safe and supportive environment, we can live according to one’s goal, values and build a life worth living. As Brene Brown puts it ‘“ Our job is not to deny the story but to defy the ending—to rise strong, recognize our story, and rumble with the truth until we get to a place where we think, Yes. This is what happened. And I will choose how the story ends.”

I am a Clinical Social Worker with 4 years plus in providing person-centered Cognitive Behavior Therapy holistic outpatient therapy with somatic techniques and bilateral stimulation. I use coping skills development and supportive coaching, trauma-informed mind-body cognitive-behavioral techniques to foster consumers’ symptom management skill-building once a sense of safety and control is established. I use validation and change strategies to embrace self-acceptance and increase motivation for making progress towards recovery and self-discovery. I use motivational interviewing, solution-focused interviewing techniques to assist consumers with their goal setting, goal achievement, maintenance, and relapse intervention.

SERVICE POPULATION adolescents (13- 18 years old), adults in the session format of individual, couple, and family therapy.

SPECIALTIES
I have experience in providing therapeutic services for various conditions and challenges:
Adjustment disorder / Readjustment Challenges, pain management (non-pharmacological interventions), work stress , addictions, emotional eating, addictions, relationship issues, traumatic bereavement (homicide/suicide/sudden unexpected death), mood disorder including panic disorder and conversion disorder/ pseudo-seizures.
post-traumatic stress syndrome- occupational (Military, First Responders).Post-traumatic stress syndrome (abuse or assault/neglect)
Bipolar, Borderline personality disorder, Schizophrenia/ Schizo-Affective disorder, and hyperstimulation/ fatigue (HPA Axis deregulation)

THERAPY TYPES:
Dialectical behavior therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Written Narrative Exposure Therapy, Memory Reconsolidation , Solution Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance Commitment Therapy.

Mark Finn, MSW (Outpatient Clinician)
Mark Finn comes to the Midwest Wellness Clinic as a 2021 MSW graduate from Wayne State University’s School of Social Work.

Prior to his graduation, Mr. Finn was a public high school teacher for over 30 years working with students in a variety of settings, which included staff coordinator for the Quest and Teen Issues programs.

During his internships, Mr. Finn has had the opportunity to incorporate such treatment strategies as CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing and Behavioral Therapy all in the effort to utilize a client’s strengths for improved mental health.

Mr. Finn also has over 20 years of recovery experience. It is the combination of individual therapy, and involvement in a 12-step support program, that has motivated him to work with individuals seeking a non-judgmental, supportive, proactive, and spiritual approach for recovery.

Bryna Bosley, MSW (Licensed Clinician)
Bryna earned her Master of Social Work degree at Wayne State University and has been trained in many Trauma-Informed treatment modalities. She has assisted individuals across their lifespan with issues such as Post Traumatic Stress, Anxiety, Major Depressive Disorder, Grief, and general life transitions.

Bryna uses approaches based on client treatment needs and preferences along with emerging practices to assist clients in meeting treatment goals that are client-centered and focused on identified treatment needs.


Sometimes even after we take the major step for our mental health and self-care to seek out therapy, there is still the fear that we may not be heard or understood. I have learned there is one size fits all approach to therapy and although Evidence-Based Practices do exist, only you are the expert on your presenting problem and how it has affected your life and the lives of the ones that you love.


Together we will adapt current Evidence-Based Practices and trauma-informed approaches to create a road map that will allow you to manage your symptoms more effectively and improve your overall quality of life


If you are ready to continue your journey to self-care and wellness, contact me today for your intake session.
Will Harrison, MSW (Outpatient Clinician)
Seeking out therapy can be a scary, daunting task, but it does not have to be. Let me share a little about myself. I have a Masters’s in Social Work from The Catholic University of America. I was born with a rare disability and I have several kids with disabilities. Over the past few years, I have worked with adults with disabilities and I am passionate about working with families and individuals who are facing various challenges. Being an individual with a disability and being a parent to a child with a disability can be challenging. There are many hard aspects and it can often be a lonely journey. Medical trauma is very real.

Life brings many challenges that are hard to face. You do not have to face these challenges alone.


In my free time, I like spending time with my family. I enjoy college football. I am a big South Carolina and Michigan fan. I like to travel and read. Some may say my hidden talent is writing and singing song parodies. Oh, and I LOVE coffee.

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