SCC Clinicians

Mary Barber

MS, LLPC

I have worked with children and adolescents since 2013. My strength and dominant population are women and families. I have experience personally & professionally in working with blended family dynamics. In addition, I have experience in working with women of all ages dealing with women issues

Sarah Garbutt

MA, LPC

My passion is helping others take a step towards a better future, and I will be there to guide you through your journey. I meet the client where they are at and gently help them incorporate the changes they wish to see in their lives.

David Humphries

MA, MS, LLP (Not currently accepting patients)

Life can be hard, isolating, or frustrating. Many times it helps to have someone else with us in the journey as we seek to better understand and love ourselves and others. I am trained as a Psychodynamic/ Psychoanalytic therapist

Latha Ravi

M.Div, MSW, LLMSW

Rev. Latha Ravi works at Samaritan Counseling Center, Grace Counseling Center and is part time at Cass Community United Methodist Church in Midtown Detroit. Rev. Latha Ravi has served as a Pastor in the United Methodist Church for the past 20 years

Robb Kerr

PhD, LPC, LLP

Dr. Kerr provides compassionate, relationally-oriented psychotherapy and counseling. This unique approach assists people overcome hindrances to personal growth and development.
He specializes in depressive disorders, trauma, sexuality and gender identity, family of origin issues and anxiety. He works with all individuals including clergy and their families.

Andie Logan

MA, LPC, ATR

I specialize in EMDR therapy and Art Therapy. Both approaches compliment talk therapy and can be tailored to meet each client's needs. Much of our work together will focus on how to regain internal peace/ functionality through small, obtainable goals.

Sharon Hagen

MA, LPC, CIRT

Sharon Hagen earned her M.A. in Pastoral Counseling from Loyola University Chicago. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Illinois and Michigan, a fellow and professional member of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors, an Imago-certified Imago Relationship Therapist.

Linnea Brege

LMSW

Perhaps you have struggled with depression/anxiety, and you are looking for ways to cope and decrease your symptoms. Maybe you have experienced one or multiple traumas throughout your life, and want to learn how to live without those traumas disrupting your current life.

Katelin Jobin

MA, LLPC, ATR-P

Your life experiences are unique. How you view yourself, others and your cultural worldview contributes greatly to how you move through and function in life. As a helping professional, I believe it is imperative we work together in order to develop an individualized therapy experience

Mark Phelps

MA, LMFT

Mark is Samaritan Counseling Center's Executive Director and is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. He enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families.

Cristen Matteocci

MA, LLPC, ATR-P

As a therapist, my goal is to work with you to get through difficult times, learn more about yourself, build on your strengths, and achieve personal growth. It can be scary to tell a stranger your innermost thoughts, but I'm here to hold the space for you to feel those feelings.

Angie Bolton

MA, LPC, ATR

As a counselor and art therapist, I am a strong believer in the power of finding healing through creative expression. I work from an integrative mind/body perspective to explore thoughts, emotions and sensations that you be uncertain about how to express.

Lynne Lande

LMSW, DCSW

Lynne Lande is a licensed clinical social worker. Although new to Samaritan Counseling Center of Southeastern Michigan, she worked at Samaritan Counseling Services in Ann Arbor for seventeen years. She sees clients at Zion Lutheran Church in Ann Arbor.

Katie Furton

PsyD, LLP

Katie Furton is a clinical psychologist specializing in pregnancy and pregnancy traumas such as pregnancy loss, postpartum depression/anxiety, & infertility challenges

Paul Alexander

MA, LPC

People come to therapy for a variety of reasons. No matter what your issue is I’m here to help. I provide a non judgemental, safe space for clients of all walks of life to solve problems, adjust to new circumstances, or find healing from a

Jessica Little

MA, LLPC

I am a firm believer that every person has the capacity to make changes in their life. My goal as a therapist is to foster an environment where my clients decide to make changes for themselves, while working from a humanistic foundation.

Karen Schurgin

Psy.D, ATR, LPC, LP

Karen Schurgin is the Clinical Director at Samaritan Counseling Center. She is a fully Licensed Psychologist (LP), a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), and a Registered Art Therapist (ATR)

Jennifer Genow

MA, LLPC, ATR

I believe one of the bravest things you can do is begin to understand your own story. Self-love and seeking out a life worth living can feel tedious, overwhelming, and out of reach. Through therapy, we can work together to better understand how to navigate life, cope with stressors, process trauma, and begin living with purpose

Ron Studer

DVM, MA, LPC

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and have been practicing at Samaritan Counseling Center since 1994. My practice consists of general counseling related to concerns in everyday living. My personal interests in practice are individual, group and relationships. I have received training at Oakland University and Samaritan Counseling Center of Southeastern Michigan.

Sherry Graham

MSW, LMSW

Sherry creates a relaxed and supportive, calm place to discuss concerns. She takes the time to listen, explore, and collaborate with her clients to gain an understanding of their transitions in life and specific, needs. She believes people have incredible ...strengths, and these strengths can help to solve problems and gain understanding

Allison Krieg-Hill

MA, LLPC, ATR-P

As a clinical mental health counselor and art therapist, I believe in the human potential and the power of transformation. Counseling is a working process that begins with a relationship. Understanding the client’s perspective is a foundation for making therapeutic progress.