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Dr. Twine graduated from Liberty University with a Doctorate degree in Professional Counseling and a Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. As a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT), her clinical expertise is in working with couples to improve their relationships and marriages. She currently runs group practice, training the next generation of emerging counselors and social workers in the mental health services field.
Dr. Twine has received specialized couples training in Emotion Focused Couples Therapy (EFT), the Gottman Method, and PREPARE/ENRICH premarital training. In addition to treatment, she has served as Field Instructor for The University of Michigan graduate School of Social Work, Adjunct Instructor for the graduate counseling programs at Liberty University and is currently an Assistant Professor at Spring Arbor University.
She enjoys coaching GenZ and Millennial women to RULE by having: Rewarding, Unfailing, Loving and Emotionally revealing relationships.
Meet Dominique E. Moore, a graduate student at Spring Arbor University pursuing her Master's in Counseling. Her theoretical orientation is a combination of Adlerian and Narrative theories, and she is passionate about assisting individuals in finding meaning in their experiences and the courage to move forward. Dominique's focus is on helping individuals communicate and heal from their traumatic experiences as they transition through adulthood.
Dominique holds a Bachelor's in Communications and Journalism with a minor in Gerontology from Eastern Michigan University, and a Master's in Aging Service Management from the University of Southern California. Her love for studying the lifespan and how communication affects it is evident in her work. She strongly believes that there is a connection between the mind and body, and how people think about themselves can directly impact their physical health as they age. Dominique's goal is to help individuals bridge the gap between their mental and emotional states and physical well-being.
Hello! My name is Nicholas Saarela, MA (he/him/his). I am a Master’s level Social Work student completing my internship in private practice therapy, through Grand Valley State University (Allendale, MI).
I believe that the most compelling aspect of therapy is improving our emotional health and wellbeing. You deserve therapy that caters not to my ideas of what you “should” do, but rather to an individual, personal approach to your situation and needs. I work with individuals that struggle with a wide range of issues, including substance use and recovery, PTSD, depression, bipolar disorder, grief and loss, and anxiety. With couples, I can help with issues such as infidelity and intimacy, emotional distance, parenting conflicts and communication issues. I welcome LGBTQIA+ clients as well!
My methodology varies according to your particular needs, but is generally rooted in a Psychodynamic approach, informed by CBT and DBT methods. Therapy with me will center on putting the right cognitive “tools” in your “toolbox," with the goal of helping you relate to your own experiences and thought processes in new and novel ways, all with an eye on better self-awareness and decision-making.
My name is Erika Fudold. I am completing my master’s degree in Social Work at Grand Valley State University and have recently received my bachelor’s degree in psychology from Grand Valley State University. In my leisure time, I enjoy working out, shopping, and spending time with my family and friends. I also love to be outdoors and enjoy going on long walks with my dogs.
My preferred population of interest is helping and assisting adolescents in any way I can. I look forward to serving you according to your counseling needs.
Every therapist and coach has their own unique style of working with their clients. As a relationship expert, Dr. Twine has spent her educational and professional career building upon her knowledge of attachment base work. She has utilized attachment services in collegiate education, churches, prisons and group work.