Tahani Dari; MA, LLPC NCC holds an undergraduate degree from University of Michigan; as well as a Master's degree in School Counseling from Eastern Michigan University. She has proficient conversational skills in Arabic. She has licensure from the State of Michigan to practice counseling with supervision and is a National Certified Counselor.
She is currently serving as a private practitioner working with a broad spectrum of issues, including career development, college advising, depression, anxiety, and stress. She is also working as a school counselor and assessment coordinator for K-12 students. She has experience working in various community settings serving low income families, immigrants and refugees, and women's issues.
Rita Morris; MA LLPC NCC is trained in Restorative Practice, helping you repair the harm and restore damaged relationships. She will utilize a variety of theoretical approaches, according to each individual client's presenting needs, combined with skills, her abilities as a therapist, Godly wisdom, and knowledge to help support you in achieving your personal goals.
Rita is an elementary school counselor working with students on a range of student concerns, such as bullying, peer issues, and emotion regulation. She also works with a wide range of adult issues, including substance abuse, couples and family, stress management, and career counseling. Rita’s approach is a holistic one, working with you to achieve your best possible, social, personal, and career goals.