Hello! If you are looking for a caring, nonjudgmental, optimistic, and relatable clinician to assist you, then you have found your therapist. I strive to create a comfortable space to allow growth to occur. I am a clinical social worker who is passionate about helping children and their families develop effective self-regulation skills and communication skills to process the challenges that are presented. I have experience in school and clinical settings. I have extensive experience with children and families on the Autism Spectrum and Developmental Delay with children age 12 years and younger. As a social worker, I am able to aid in navigating the continuously changing social and emotional environments. I employ cognitive-behavioral and solution focused modalities to assist clients in a variety of concerns.
Hi, I’m Andrew, the newest intern at Aloe Integrative Psychology Group. I’m passionate about mental health and have a special interest in working with neurodiversity and religious trauma. My approach to therapy is client-centered, with a multicultural lens that acknowledges and celebrates each person’s unique experiences and backgrounds. I believe that understanding your unique story is fundamental to providing the best possible care. My therapeutic approach is heavily influenced by Choice Theory/Reality Therapy, a method that emphasizes the importance of personal choice and its role in shaping our realities. In essence, my goal is to help you uncover and harness the power of choice, guiding you towards a healthier, more fulfilling life. Looking forward to the opportunity to work together on this journey!
Hello and welcome! I am a Master’s Level Psychologist, and have spent the last decade establishing skills in working with Neurodivergence, LGBTQ youth, parenting, trauma, and family concerns. I specialize in working with those who are gifted, ADHD, Autistic, and trans through a lense of self-acceptance and finding paths that work for your brain, and working with families toward paths of acceptance, affirmation, and connection. I believe as a therapist working through an intersectional lense is not just good practice but a basic requirement, and encourage clients to confront their own biases, privilege, and struggles.
My approach is client-led, with a strong emphasis on integrating divergent parts through compassion and self-exploration. I use mindfulness and IFS to encourage growth and healing.
Are you or your child struggling with overwhelming anxiety? Imagine a life where you have the tools to manage stress, regulate your emotions, and find peace amidst life’s chaos. I’m here to help you make that a reality. I specialize in guiding individuals through life’s ups and downs, offering a compassionate and understanding space where we can work together to restore your sense of peace, stability, and resilience. Your peace and well-being are within reach. Our journey will be one of healing and growth, and I’m here to support you every step of the way.
Hello! My name is Dana (pronouns: she/her/hers), and I’m one of the clinicians at Aloe.
I received my MA in clinical psychology from the Michigan School of Psychology and completed my clinical practicum at a community mental health clinic. My graduate research focused on perinatal loss, ADHD in adult women, and effective psychotherapy for older adults. My practical training included psychological assessment and therapy for adults, adolescents, and couples.
I am formally trained in the humanistic-existential approach to therapy but my clinical lens draws from a variety of evidence-based practices. As a therapist, my aim is to enable and encourage my clients to bring their entire selves into the room: behaviors, memories, bad habits, lofty dreams, a broken heart, prejudices, triumphs…everything. It’s my responsibility and incredible privilege to assure my clients that what they share will be met with empathy and compassion. Any progress made in the therapy room starts there.
Dr. Nicole Law
PsyD, Licensed Psychologist
Dr Law is the owner and founder of Aloe Psychology Group. She is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with a clinical focus on families. Her primary specialties include working with loss of a child, perinatal mood disorders, IVF, twice-exceptional folk, and transgender youth. Dr Law approaches the world through a lens of wonder and curiosity. She strives to make clients and employees feel valued and heard. Welcome to Aloe!
Dr. Roxanne Christensen
PsyD, Licensed Psychologist
Hello! My name is Dr. Christensen and I am a person-centered, humanistic-existential practitioner who has built my practice and clinical skill for the past decade integrating cognitive and behavioral techniques with a dynamic consideration for the context of an individual’s self-narration. I blend my professional experiences of working with various populations with my personal life experiences as a feminist-multicultural practitioner of color blending Eastern and Western philosophical thought and practices.
My practice is founded upon a dedication to mental wellness and I work with people committed to achieving life-congruence by bringing into balance their past histories, present needs and desires, and future goals. I believe therapeutic growth is developed through an authentic relationship between patient and practitioner to address both the surface symptoms present and the underlying stuck patterns which maintain incongruence. My therapy approach involves a collaborative process with the patient as an expert in their experiencing of the world joined with my expertise in modality and method.
Frederick J Hogan II LPC Credentials: EMDR Certified Who they treat (population): Individuals, Adolescents and Adults What they specialize in (disorder): PTSD, Depression, and Anxiety D/O’s Approach in therapy/modalities used (theory): AIP model Developmental approach
I am an EMDR Certified Therapist helping those with PTSD, Depression, Anxiety Disorders, Panic Disorder, OCD, and Grief and Loss. I provide treatment to Adults and Adolescents. Early in my career I was mainly influenced by Rogerian and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approaches. Since then I have developed an interest in Developmental Psychology used in conjunction with the Adaptive Information Processing model. I would describe my strengths as my ability to listen and my passion to help others. Human psychology has been a life long passion of mine. I attended The University of Michigan – Dearborn where I earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology in 1988. Ten years later I earned a Master’s Degree in Counseling from Oakland University. After undergrad I worked with children at a local State run Mental Health Hospital for twelve years. After obtaining my MA I worked for over eight years as a therapist for Macomb County CMH. After ten years as an associate at Wentworth and Associates, I am happy to be joining the Aloe Integrative Psychology Group.
Emotional pain, racing thoughts, impulsivity, hopelessness, being overwhelmed are just a few of many things that people struggle with and some even accept as normal part of life. Moreover, many people are nervous to start therapy. I strive to provide a safe, non-judgmental, and empathic environment where I believe that each client is the best expert on their own lives. If you’ve considered therapy but still unsure, contact me. I am here to answer your questions. I see clients with co-morbid medical conditions and often work with complex and moderately-severe cases. My educational training in Clinical Health Psychology and extensive training in trauma work has provided me with a background in variety of issues including: Depression, Anxiety, Complex and Acute PTSD, Relationship Issues, Stress and Coping Mechanisms, Chronic Health Conditions. My unique experience has given me the tools to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds. I am passionate about working with Ukrainian and Russian communities, as I fluent in both languages.
I have over 16 years of experience working with diverse populations including young adults, geriatric clients as well as clients with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness and Mood and Anxiety disorders. My approach is warm and accepting and I will work with clients in developing tools to learn coping skills as they move forward through their life’s journey.
I graduated with a Master of Science Degree from Pittsburg State University in 2001 and have since worked with adults and young adults in community mental health and University settings. I am multilingual and able to converse fluently in English, Hindi and Telugu. I see clients Monday through Thursday and currently providing Telehealth session only.