Meet The Team
LMSW, Founder, CEO
Bridget is a Master’s level licensed social worker in the state of MI and the founder/owner of Restorative Health. She grew up in a small town in Minnesota, completed her undergraduate studies in St. Paul, MN and her master's degree in social work in Portland, OR. Her passion is helping women find their authentic voice, feel empowered, and feel their best. She has over 8 years working in community mental health agencies, youth clinics, and private practice. Through her personal journey through depression and hypothyroidism, she has become determined to help women understand their mental and physical health to become the best version of themselves.
Jill is a State of Michigan licensed master level social worker; received a bachelor’s degree in social work from Madonna University, earned a master’s degree in clinical social work from Wayne State University and is a Clinically Certified Trauma Professional. She has ten years’ experience working with individuals and their families with severe and persistent mental illness, adolescents, seniors facing grief and loss issues, depression, mood disorders, anxiety and trauma. I work from a strength-based perspective in conjunction with other evidence-based practices. My goal is to provide support, knowledge and resources necessary to bring about increased life satisfaction and a sense of well-being.
As a practitioner, Nick is a LGBTQUIA+ positive, kink & poly positive, and pagan and alternative faith positive therapist. All around, he’s pretty positive! Nick channels that positivity into a strength-based therapy perspective centered around praising what you are doing right, starting with finding the strength and courage to begin the healing journey of therapy. In order to do all of this, Nick utilizes an integrated model of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Richard Schwartz’s Internal Family System Paradigm Therapy (“Parts” Therapy). Therapy with Nick is centered on re-establishing connection with parts of yourself that have become trapped in fear, shame, or guilt. By coming into relationship and appreciation for these parts, you can finally begin the process of switching from feeling “stuck” to aligning yourself with happiness strategies better suited for you now! He is currently serving adult clients with depression, anxiety, PTSD, and ADHD.
Deborah completed her master’s degree at Wayne State University and received her bachelor’s from Eastern Michigan University with a focus on individual and couples therapy. She has extensive experience working with military families, PTSD, co-occurring disorders, anxiety, and aging adults.
Aaron completed in Master’s Degree at Eastern Michigan University and received his bachelor’s degree from Indiana Wesleyan University in Social Work. Aaron has 20 plus year’s experience working with adolescents in a variety of settings. He also has extensive training in working with parents of teens.
I believe the connection between one’s mind, body, and spirit is essential. Within therapy, we work to recognize thought patterns and behaviors that trigger unwanted emotions or reactions from the outside world. Through this awareness, you will be empowered to choose a higher state of being. By drawing out your strengths you can create a peaceful reality for yourself as you move through life’s obstacles with grace. Within my practice, I utilize not only talk therapy but yoga, meditation, and creative expression to work through depression or anxiety. For many people, creativity cultivates a deeper understanding of the Self. By acting as a mirror I enable my clients to get to know every part of themselves, even the parts hidden under layers of fear, sadness, anger or shame. I am here to bear witness to your story as it unfolds, without judgment. My greatest joy as a counselor is to uncover the transcendent aspects of the human experience to make one’s reality more meaningful.
Intake Coordinator and Billing Specialist
Megan is married with two kiddos, Amelia 10 and Isaac 8. She loves to sing, knit, needle felt and spend time with people. She is an integral part of the Restorative Health team and you may hear from her from time to to time regarding any billing or payment questions.