My name is Emerson Delacroix (pronouns: they/them/theirs) and I am licensed by the state of Michigan in Psychology and registered with Yoga Alliance as a yoga teacher. My passion is to help individuals find the root of their pain, and bring healing into their midst. I provide individual, group and family therapy to both adolescents and adults. I specialize in trauma & abuse, LGBTQIA concerns, especially gender affirming therapy and non-monogamous, relationships. I have extensive experience in working with individuals who were raised in religious cults. I also have treated clients with depression, anxiety, infertility, adoption related issues, substance abuse and addiction recovery, grief/loss, relationship concerns, including polyamorous and non-traditional relationships. I also enjoy using my yoga teacher training and personal yoga practice experience into my work. I have an eclectic approach to therapy pulling in foundations from: Existential therapy which focuses on having purpose and meaning in your life with a present and future focus, Humanistic model of therapy focuses on the whole person and their potential, what motivates them and their needs with a look at the here-and-now and how that relates to their past, and a spiritual model which incorporates a person(s) faith, spirituality and/or higher power(s) into their healing process. I also use muscle testing with energy work.
I'm Co-President of hOur Exchange Ypsilanti, a local time bank community of people exchanging services and goods for hours instead of cash. I've been an active member since 2013 and am passionate about alternative economies.
I have practiced yoga for over 25 years. In 2018, I studied to become a yoga teacher from Stephanie Lynn. After an injury in 2018, I have resumed my daily practice since 7 July 2018.
Private yoga sessions are $60/hour.
I accept BCBSM insurance and offer a sliding scale ($60-120) for private pay clients for psychotherapy.
My name is Rose Benjamin (pronouns: she/her/hers) and I am licensed by the state of Michigan in Social Work. My aim is to help clients hear the heart, tune the soul and heal the wounded psyche. In providing individual, group and family therapy to adults and adolescents, I draw upon an eclectic blend of client-centered, humanistic approaches with an eye toward the shared journey of authentic selfhood. I believe in the transformation of pain to possibility, darkness to rebirth, struggle to harmony and hope. I specialize in treating trauma, abuse, LGBTQIA concerns, depression, anxiety and relationships of all types. I also work with OCD, social anxiety, substance abuse, eating challenges and grief.
I offer a sliding scale for private pay clients.