Megan Spedoske is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Michigan, who provides therapy to children, teens, and young adults. She was born and raised in Lansing, and returned home to Michigan following her graduation from the George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. Megan has been a Field Instructor and Field Liaison for Michigan State University School of Social Work. Her training and career have centered around supporting children with a strong emphasis on trauma and loss. She has experience working with children and families from an inpatient residential treatment setting, community-based agencies, and now, within her private practice, Reflections Behavioral Health, LLC. Megan loves being with her family and friends and is honored for the opportunity to support healing and growth, one child at a time.
Missy 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.
Jazmin Williams is a Licensed Clinical Master Social Worker. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in dance and Bachelor of Social Work degree at Western Michigan University. She later obtained her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Michigan. Jazmin provides psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and families. She believes that the therapeutic process should be a collaborative process. Through empathy, human connection manifests and serves as a platform to look within oneself. Using a strength-based, direct, and holistic approach, Jazmin empowers clients to recreate their stories and improve their overall wellbeing.
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, compassion and love have steered you this way, we’d like to talk to you about contributing to our work. Please contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org.