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Offering mental health care, where you need it.

We provide counseling to children, youth, adults, families, and couples. We have locations in Harbor Springs, Gaylord, Traverse City, or telehealth from the comfort of your home. We are here to provide the tools with which people can make a difference in their own lives. 

Our office is able to accept Meridian, McClaren, Molina, Priority Health, Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Blue Care Network insurances. If you don't carry these insurances, give us a call and we will try to work with you!

Services are offered on a sliding scale. Please talk with us if you’re concerned about paying for services.


  • Jayme Weber, BSW

    Behavioral Health Intake &
    Community Programs Specialist

    Jayme received her BSW from Ferris State University and has experience working with children and families who have experienced domestic violence, trauma, and behavioral health issues. Jayme is the facilitator of the Always a Parent class. She is your first stop in finding a therapist at CFS. She is familiar with the therapy modalities practiced by each therapist and will help match your needs to the appropriate therapist after completing a short intake. Jayme will also work with you to figure out payment options. Give her a call today! 231-946-8975 x1060.

  • Jessica Kelley, MA, LPC

    Clinical Counselor | Traverse City

    Jessica received her BA in Theology and Psychology from Great Lakes Christian College and her MA in Clinical Counseling from Spring Arbor University. She specializes working with children and their parents in play therapy and has experience working with adolescents and adults.

  • Megan Morrissey, LLPC

    Clinical Counselor | Traverse City

    Megan Morrissey received her BS in psychology from Grand Valley State University and her MS in Marriage Couple and Family Therapy from Western Michigan University. Megan has a background in adolescent mental health, family systems theory, and enjoys experiential treatments such as art and recreation therapies.

  • Marcie Hester, LPC

    Clinical Counselor | Traverse City

    Marcie received her BS in Science from Michigan State University and her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Western Michigan University. She has experience working with couples, families, adolescents and adults.

  • Jodie Annis, LLSMW

    Clinical Social Worker | Traverse City

    Jodie Annis earned her BSW from Wayne State University and then went on to earn her MSW from Spring Arbor University. As a former foster parent and adoptive parent she brings unique insight into the clinical setting. Jodie loves working with couples, families, and teens and places great importance on utilizing a trauma informed client-centered approach when working with clients. 

  • Lacey Bates, LMSW

    Clinical Social Worker | Harbor Springs

    Lacy received her MSW from Spring Arbor University. She has experience working with clients who have learning disabilities, trauma histories, grief and loss issues, also with domestic abuse survivors and victims of human trafficking. Lacy has a background in medical social work in the hospital and hospice settings and currently works with individuals of all ages as well as with families and groups leading people to successful completion of their goals using best practices.

  • Allison Wilson, LPC

    Clinical Counselor | Traverse City

    Allison received her BS in Psychology from Michigan State University and her MS in in Mental Health counseling from Capella University.  She is an EAGALA certified professional in equine-assisted psychotherapy.  She is also trained in eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) and trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy.  She works with children, adolescents, adults and families.

  • Diana Volant, MA, LLP

    Clinical Psychologist | Gaylord

    Diana received her BA in Psychology from Michigan State University and her MA in Clinical Psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology.

    She is certified in the Nurturing Parenting Program by Dr. Steven Bavolek. She has training in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She works with individuals, children, families, and groups.

  • Amanda Clements, LLPC

    Clinical Counselor | Gaylord

    Amanda received her BA in Law and Society from Purdue University and her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Southern New Hampshire University. She has experience in working with children, teens, and families and utilizes a person-centered approach and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She enjoys practicing experiential techniques such as art, movement, and play in therapy. 

  • Sherry Barnes, LLMSW

    Clinical Social Worker | Traverse City

    Sherry has experience working with people of all ages with mental health concerns such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, autism, PTSD, personality disorders,  substance abuse and recovery, domestic violence victims as well as perpetrators.
    "I am aware that for some people coming to a therapist can be difficult. I want to you to know that I care for those I am privileged to serve with the utmost respect and kindness. I look forward to meeting you!"

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Everyone may benefit from counseling at some point in their lives. Sometimes people need counseling because something traumatic happened to them. Sometimes people need counseling because their emotions interfere with their daily lives. Sometimes people just need someone to talk openly with. 

The length of your counseling varies based on your individual needs. Some people only have one counseling session while others may work with their therapist for months or even years. We take an individualized approach to ensure you get the right help for as long as you need it.

Call today to learn more or to schedule an appointment. We’ll complete a short intake with you over the phone to discuss your unique needs, discuss insurance and payment options that may be available to you, and schedule your first appointment.

We accept many insurance plans including Medicaid. Services are offered on a sliding-scale to ensure affordability. Please talk with us if you’re concerned about paying for counseling.

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Our therapists can help with a variety of issues including depression, trauma, pregnancy, self-esteem, trust, post-traumatic stress, anxiety, family and relationship concerns, parenting, sexual or other abuse, conflict resolution, behavioral and mental health, substance abuse or addiction, post-adoption support, foster care related issues, grief and loss, and more.

When appropriate, our counselors utilize a trauma-informed approach to treating children, teens, and adults, recognizing that each person is an individual, with individual strengths and needs. This approach understands that traumatic events can overwhelm a child’s ability to cope and has both immediate and long-term impacts on functioning and behaviors. We  can work with you and your child to overcome traumatic experiences and start a path towards healing and growth.



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