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Julie Jowett-Lee, LMSW

Julie is a clinical social worker in the field with over 30 years of experience.  She loves working with people from all walks of life and of all ages.  Julie has experience as an individual clinician, corporate speaker, group facilitator and school social worker.  She has her master’s degree from Michigan State University and her specialist degree from the University of Michigan.  Julie is a lifelong resident of the Blue Water Area.   Julie works with adults, families, couples, teens and children.  Areas that Julie specializes in are: anxiety, depression, relationships, anger, loss, communication, stress and trauma, and life’s unexpected challenges.

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Elizabeth Armbruster, LPC

Elizabeth is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She has been practicing for 10+ years. She graduated with her Master’s degree in mental health counseling and a Bachelor’s degree in behavioral psychology from Western Michigan University. Elizabeth uses person centered planning to provide services to children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. She has expertise with  family dynamics, school related issues, mood disorders, anxiety, and impulse control.  Her techniques include Cognitive Behavior therapy, and Applied Behavior Analysis.

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Rachael Krupa, LPC

Rachael Krupa is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She has worked in the mental health field since 2008. Rachael earned her Bachelors Degree from Oakland University in human resource and development with a minor in psychology. Her master’s degree is from Wayne State University in community counseling.  Rachael works extensively with children and youth and their families.  She specializes in co-occurring disorders as well as  working with disorders such as depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, bi-polar disorder, anger management, grief and loss, post traumatic stress disorder. Rachael works to help children and families  improve relationships, build structure and communicate effectively.

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Kellie Parkinson, LMSW

Kellie is a clinical social worker with over 20 years experience working with a variety of mental health issues. She is a graduate of both the University of Michigan and Michigan State University. Additionally, Kellie works as a school social worker. She enjoys working with children, teens, adults and families. Her theoretical orientation includes an integrative approach that is person centered, using cognitive behavioral, strength-based and mindfulness strategies to assist clients with gaining a greater understanding of themselves and the world around them. Kellie specializes in helping others manage their anxiety and depression. She works to build healthy relationships, anger management, grief and loss issues, divorce and dealing with everyday struggles.

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Julia Seaman, LMSW

Julia is a clinical social worker with over 17 years of experience. she earned both her Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees from Wayne State University. Julia specializes in the areas of grief, loss and trauma. For 10 years, Julia worked for Hospice as the children’s and teens’ grief counselor, and served as the Agency’s bereavement coordinator. She continues to provide grief counseling services to individuals and groups of all ages. Julia is a certified school social worker. Utilizing appropriate nutrition to further assist special populations, including children and those diagnosed with ADHD, autism, and other developmental disorders is also an area of which Julia specializes.

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Shari Muxlow, LPC

Shari Muxlow  is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She has worked in the mental health field since 2009. Shari earned her Bachelors Degree from the University of Dayton in Elementary Education  where she also participated in intercollegiate athletics. She has two master’s degrees one from Saginaw Valley State University in Administration and the other from Central Michigan University with a Master’s in Counseling.  She has over 20 years experience in the school setting. She has worked extensively with children, adolescents and preteen youth with co-occurring disorders and their families. She specializes in working with athletes, teens, children and adults. Shari works with disorders such as depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, anger management, and improving relationships.

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Paul Schroll, LMSW

Paul is a clinical social worker with over 30 years experience working with children, families and youth in a variety of settings. He completed his Bachelor’s degree at Western Michigan University and his Masters in Social Work at Wayne State University. In addition to being a certified school social worker, Paul has experience in foster care, adoption and other child welfare related issues. His counseling orientation is person centered, using a cognitive behavioral and strength-based approach to help clients better understand themselves and improve their relationships with others while considering the emotional, spiritual, physical and other aspects of life. Paul works with children, youth and their families.

Andrea Taube, LMSW

Andrea is a clinical social worker.  She completed her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree at Wayne State University.  Her experience includes working directly with domestic violence survivors, the Mobile Crisis Unit & the Children’s Services division at St. Clair County Community Mental Health as a clinical therapist, and most recently as a Behavioral Health Consultant, working to develop a partnership between physicians and psychiatrists in the thumb region. Additionally, she has completed training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy and has extensive knowledge of community resources and support systems.  Although she has worked with a variety of populations and disorders, she has distinctive skills working with trauma, anxiety and couples.  As a therapist, her goals center around meaningful connections with people, assisting in the exploration of experiences and relationships that impact peoples’ lives, and therapeutic approaches, carefully called upon, to meet the needs of individuals.  She loves humor, her family of five, her dog, Finn, and her most recent hobby of caring for 4 sheep.  

Debbie Wine, LMSW

Debbie Wine is a clinical social worker. She graduated from Michigan State University with a master’s degree in social work. Debbie has over 30 years experience. She worked extensively in the education field and is currently enjoying clinical work. Debbie enjoys working with adults, young adults and couples. She specializes dealing with issues around communication, anxiety, depression, relationships, anger and working with life challenges. Debbie loves spending time with family.