Carol Ross, M.D
Carol Ross, M.D. is a graduate of the College of Human Medicine at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan. She completed her internship at the University of Maryland in Baltimore, Maryland. Upon completion of her first year of residency, Dr. Ross completed training for general psychiatry at Georgetown University in the District of Columbia. She then returned to the state of Michigan and completed a fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Since the completion of her training in 1996, Dr. Ross has acquired extensive experience working with children, adolescents and adults.
She conducts psychiatric evaluations and prescribes appropriate medications for a range of psychiatric disorders. Dr. Ross is board certified in adult psychiatry and board eligible in child and adolescent psychiatry.
Kishwar Tahir, MD
Kishwar Tahir, M.D completed her Adult Psychiatry residency from Wayne State University. She completed her fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Lafayette Clinic at Wayne State University. Following graduation, she spent ten years at Aurora Hospital for children and adolescents. She worked as an attending for inpatients. Dr. Tahir served as Chief of staff and was the physician advisor for the Michigan Health Care Adult Mental Health. She moved to Pioneer Counseling Center/Abaris Health in 1996 where she continues to be a consultant and medical director, in addition to her work seeing children, adolescents and adults at the Behavioral Medical Center - Troy.
Ann Marie Collins, PhD, PMHNP-BC, LPC
Ann M. Collins is a Family Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and a Licensed Professional Counselor. She is a graduate of the Wayne State University College of Nursing and the College of Education. She specializes in providing psychotherapy and medication management. The focus of her practice is on health promotion and disease prevention using conventional mental health treatment models with the holistic perspective of nursing care. She has many years of experience working with children and adolescents who experience depression, anxiety, and family life changes.
Rosalie Craft, MA, LPC, NCC
Rosalie Craft is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and is board certified by the National Board of Certified Counselors. She specializes in treating anxiety, depression, posttraumatic stress, and sexual abuse issues. Her proven techniques and methods for treatment are supported by her training and education in EMDR therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, relaxation and guided imagery techniques. Rosalie uses a gentle approach in working with individuals, couples, and families based on building trust, valuing confidentiality and helping her clients develop the necessary skills for long-term recovery.
Vikki Schmidt, LMSW
Vikki Schmidt is a fully licensed master’s level social worker. She works with children, adolescents and adults in individual, family and group therapy settings. She brings with her a wide array of experience including inpatient psychiatric hospitalization, partial hospitalization programs, substance abuse, community outreach, hospice and transition from incarceration. She specializes in Depression, Anxiety, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Substance Abuse. Vikki is dedicated to treating the person, not just the diagnosis. She believes in working with her clients to create a personalized treatment plan that meets each individual’s needs. She strives to help people become personally empowered.
In addition to her therapy role, Vikki is also a Clinical Research Coordinator for various clinical research trials run at the Behavioral Medical Center-Troy.
See See Clinical Trials/Research Opportunites for more information.
Karen Schulte, LMSW, ACSW, BCD
Karen Schulte is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 35 years experience. She works with Children, Adolescents and Adults and specializes in Individual, Marital and Family therapy. She has expertise in Mood Disorders (Depression, Anxiety, and Bipolar), Attention Deficit Disorder, and Pervasive Developmental Disorders, including Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Parenting Concerns, Anger Management and Behavioral Issues.
Lisa Weber, LMSW
Lisa Weber is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LMSW). She holds a Masters Degree in Social Work from Wayne State University, a Master's Degree in Business (MBA) and a BS in Psychology and Sociology.
Lisa specializes in child, adolescent and adult psychotherapy and believes in fostering hope in her clients, identifying goals and guiding clients in achieving them within the context of a trusting therapeutic relationship.
Her clinical approach for children and adolescents includes guiding parents in parenting techniques to improve behavior at home, school and improve familial relationships. Lisa’s clinical practice includes ADHD, ODD, mood disorders, trauma, anxiety disorders, and physical, emotional and sexual abuse.
She believes in a client-centered approach utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques, and other evidenced-based practices for specific client needs. She has led child, adolescent and adult groups for ADHD, Illness Management and Recovery and Mood Disorders and has worked in a psychiatric hospital.
She also offers marital counseling and communications strategies for harmonious family relationships.
Lisa had a successful career in corporate leadership, strategic planning, marketing and management consulting. She has coached youth and adult sports for 30 years and holds a State Coaching License. She has been involved in local youth organizations and PTSA Council at the District level.
David Lundin, MA, LLP, LPC
David Lundin is a fully Licensed Professional Counselor and Limited Licensed Psychologist who specializes in individual, couples, family and group therapy for adolescents and adults. David has two degrees from the University of Michigan, enjoyed a 25-year career as a business executive, and was recently trained at Oakland University's Masters in Mental Health Counseling program and the Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute's Psychotherapy program. For over a decade he has specialized and has specific training in trauma, substance abuse, sexual abuse, men's issues, depression, anxiety, ADHD organizational training, relationship issues, young adult adjustment and life transition issues. David's goal in practicing therapy is to provide the longest lasting results for symptom relief in the shortest period of time, utilizing an eclectic mix of methodologies according to the patient's needs and goals.
In addition to his therapy role, David is also a Clinical Research Coordinator for various clinical research trials run at the Behavioral Medical Center – Troy. See Clinical Trials/Research Opportunities for more information.
Dave Zaporski, LMSW
Dave Zaporski, LMSW, is a licensed clinical social worker with over 30 years of private practice experience in the treatment of children, adolescents, adults and families over a wide range of presenting problems. He has practiced in a variety of treatment settings, including inpatient psychiatry, day hospital, and outpatient child and adolescent psychiatry.
Nacha S. Leaf, LMSW
Nacha S. Leaf is a licensed Master’s Social Worker (LMSW) with more than 18 years of clinical experience. She received both her undergraduate and graduate degrees at the University of
Nacha provides psychotherapy to older adolescents, adults, couples, families and groups.
With a warm and engaging style, Nacha is able to establish a therapeutic relationship based on trust, respect and compassion. Her approach is eclectic and draws upon many treatment
modalities, as well as the insights gained from life experience. Nacha enjoys using a diversity of methods, including cognitive-behavioral, insight-oriented, and psychoeducational, with treatment
being tailored to the unique needs of the individual or family.
Development of hope and self-esteem, as well as acquisition of adaptive coping skills, are the basis of her strength-based orientation.
Nacha specializes in working with mood disorders (depression and bipolar), anxiety, OCD, mental health issues combined with substance abuse, women’s issues, relationship difficulties, adjustment and transition issues, and the aftermath of trauma, grief and loss.