Your Therapists

Missy Wilson, LMSW

missyMissy Wilson, LMSW, MPH works in full-time private practice in Lansing where she treats children, adolescents and adults with issues such as trauma/PTSD, sexual abuse, depression, anxiety, attachment issues, grief and loss, and relationship or behavioral issues, and utilizes such methods as EMDR, TF-CBT, Play Therapy, and Sandtray Therapy. Missy has 2 Master’s Degrees from the University of Michigan in Social Work and Public Health, and a Bachelor’s Degree from Michigan State University in the field of International Studies and Development.

Other professional experiences include employment at Ele’s Place, a non-profit organization that offers support to grieving children and their families, Victory Clinical Services, an outpatient medically-managed treatment facility for opiate-addicted individuals, and the State Department’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, which leads the United States global engagement against human trafficking.

Missy has also worked with refugee and international populations over the last 20 years. As a Peace Corps Volunteer, she spent 3 years in the Dominican Republic working in the areas of agricultural extension and HIV/AIDS education. Upon return she worked for many years in the field of refugee resettlement, preparing for and assisting with the arrival and resettlement of hundreds of refugee families annually. More recently, her refugee work has focused solely on the treatment of mental health issues through St. Vincent Catholic Charities and private practice.


Ikram Adawe

“I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.” Jimmy Dean

Sometimes life can be overwhelming and difficult to manage. When we are faced with life challenges, it impacts our emotional, mental and physical well-being. These challenges can reveal themselves in many ways including mental and physical health issues. I’m here to help you adjust to your life circumstances and reach your goals.

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor. I work with individuals that suffer from depression, anxiety, bipolar, substance abuse and trauma. I also enjoy working with women in transition and self-esteem issues.


Amanda Dubey-Zerka

Amanda Dubey-Zerka, LMSW is the Director of Continuing Education and a Clinical Instructor for MSU School of Social Work. Amanda is a social worker with clinical and macro designation. Amanda earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Saginaw Valley State University and her Master’s Degree from Michigan State University. Her clinical work focuses on working with children, teens, and adults who have survived trauma and she is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). Amanda has volunteered with The Firecracker Foundation since 2013 by serving on the Board of Directors and with the Program Development Committee. Amanda is thrilled to be able to work with the foundation in another capacity, as a mental health therapist.

 

 

 


Stephanie McCann


Shana Bombrys


Ken Miller


 Deborah Delcamp

Deborah Delcamp is a Licensed Clinical Master Social Worker. She has 10 years of experience working with traumatized youth and families, ages 0-17, including 8 years of utilizing Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She has experience working with issues such as trauma/PTSD, sexual/physical abuse, depression, anxiety, behavioral issues, relationship/attachments issues, and supporting families. Deborah graduated from Michigan State University in 2006 and 2007 with a Bachelors and Masters in Social Work. She worked with families involved in the child welfare system at St. Vincent Catholic Charities 2007-2015 and at Community Mental Health since 2015. She has a passion for helping traumatized youth and families, including supporting parents through the difficulty of caring for these youth.

Deborah also completed a 200 hour teacher training in November 2016 with Belinda Thurston at Just B Yoga. Part of Deborah’s training was in trauma sensitive yoga and she has been assisting with Community Mental Health’s trauma-informed yoga alongside Belinda since fall 2016. Her yoga practice started as a compliment to her long-distance running and has turned into an important self-care practice. Combining her hobbies and work has been truly rewarding.


Help Needed.

We are currently seeking qualified individuals to join our network of therapists  and yoga instructors serving both child and adult survivors of sexual trauma. If your experience, expertise, and compassion have steered you this way, we’d like to talk to you about contributing to our work. Please contact us today at board@thefirecrackerfoundation.org. View our Child/Family Sexual Trauma Therapist Contract here.