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 in the LGBTQIAP+, ENM, Kink communities to find the root of their pain using a multimodal approach. I provide individual, group, relationship, and family therapy to adults. I specialize in LGBTQIAP+ concerns, especially gender-affirming therapy (and gender-affirming surgery letter writing), non-monogamous relationships, kink, and ADHD. 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, 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 pull from multiple therapeutic models from:
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 offer a sliding scale ($40-168) for private pay clients for psychotherapy. I am credentialed with some insurance companies: BCBSM, Humana, Aetna, and Meridian Ambetter, Optum (formerly United Healthcare). Soon: Priority Health
My name is Sarah Abdel-Wahab-O’Brien (pronouns: they/them/theirs) and I am licensed by the state of Michigan in Psychology.
Creating and holding space for folks to feel safe in, share, be authentic, be vulnerable, and heal is something I have felt called to do throughout my life. The majority of my experience has been working with individuals and groups who are LGBTQIAP+, BIPOC (including MENA), survivors of intimate partner violence, and folks who have felt that more traditional approaches or therapists labeled their distress but did not support their healing. I am an adamant believer that individuals are the experts on their own experience, and view therapy as a partnership on a journey toward healing. I utilize an eclectic therapy practice, however I predominantly have experience in Compassion Focused Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, as well as training in Interpersonal and Social Rhythm Therapy (IPSRT), a modality specialized for folks with Bipolar Disorder. Regardless of specific tools I may be utilizing, I approach my therapy practice with an existentialist, humanistic, trauma-informed, and liberation-oriented lens.
I offer a sliding scale ($40-168) for private pay clients for psychotherapy.