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Your Therapists

Dr. Andrea
PhD, Founder

I created The Help Couch to facilitate positive change for individuals and couples. Intimate relationships, parenting, growing up, work, school, and social commitments - we understand how trying everyday life can be when things are out of balance. You are not alone in your challenges and you do not have to carry the weight by yourself. Together we will cultivate greater confidence, build richer, more intimate and fulfilling relationships and improve your feelings and behaviors.

Specializing in self-worth, intimate relationships, and family systems, our approach helps individuals and couples overcome conflicts and keep passion alive. We help people conquer problematic behaviors and improve mental health and functioning.

I care deeply about my work and the people we see. I have strived to hire a great group of therapists while creating a practice based on honesty, integrity, and empathy. Our style is warm and non-judgmental, and the therapeutic approach is tailored to meet your needs. We look forward to joining you on your path to well-being.



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Dr. Binh

I am here to witness, listen, and assist you in the process of understanding what you are struggling with. Be it the stressors you are currently encountering or the hardships and heartaches you have experienced in your life, I am here to focus on and assist with your needs. I am here to be your helper in understanding and coping with your depression, anxiety, trauma, relationships, and family issues. I am here to talk about work - family balance, family roles stress, parenting, marriage and divorce, grief/loss, addiction, and other challenges.

I utilize Narrative Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Family Dynamics/Systems, Culturally Informed, Intergenerational Therapy, and Client Centered Therapy Models for individuals, couples, and families. I am LGBTQ friendly. I have worked as a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for the past 10 plus years.

Please join me at The Help Couch to gain insight, learn how to heal, and become empowered. The next step is easy. Just give The Help Couch a call or text and a friendly scheduler will answer any questions you have as well as schedule an appointment.



Kathryn Shallow

Welcome! Are you struggling with life’s challenges? Would you like support in navigating mood, emotional expression, or connecting your past to your present and making sense of that bridge? I offer a warm, supportive, and non-judgmental  safe space for clients to explore thoughts and feelings, identify strengths and limitations, and work towards goals. I believe that each person has the capacity for growth and healing, and I am committed to helping clients develop the resilience and skills needed to thrive.


Are you preparing for or have you undergone weight loss surgery (including bariatric revision surgery)? It is often underestimated how integral the mental and emotional components of WLS are in the lifelong post-op journey. I specialize in therapy aimed at helping clients work through weight regain, transfer addiction, relationship to food, and healing trauma. 


Additionally, I hold PMH-C certification which means I have specialty training in the assessment, support, and treatment of those who wish to begin a family, who are pregnant, or are in the postpartum period. My expertise along with my passion for this facet of life provides me the tools and understanding to support you while we explore the depth, complexity, and newness of emotions that often arise throughout the perinatal experience.


 The next step is simple, just reach out and contact us. The administrative staff would be happy to answer any questions you may have as well as help you schedule your first session.

Emily Silver

If your life has been impacted by depression and anxiety and your struggle has affected your life at home, school, or work, let’s talk!

I’m Emily and through my training and experience I have developed a passion for and specialization in helping people mitigate and overcome the adverse influence depression and anxiety can have on us. By working together, you will learn coping strategies, problem solving skills, and successful ways to reframe your anxious and negative thinking. These skills can aid in strengthening your confidence, communication, and ability to manage stressful situations.

 Does your adult ADHD further complicate things? Utilizing a strength-based approach to life we can establish strategies for organization, managing issues of procrastination and avoidance. In practice, I utilize a down to earth, client centric approach that creates effective and practical solutions you can use.



Alexa Lepsetz

Life is full of changes and transitions. It is my goal that clients feel comfortable discussing their individual circumstances and concerns in an emotionally safe and non-judgmental environment. 


Whatever the issue, whether it is: 

  • managing symptoms of anxiety and depression

  • work stress

  • grief and loss

  • relationship challenges with family/significant others/friends

  • the transition to adulthood for young adults

  • gender identity challenges and transitions

  • maternal and paternal mental health (such as fertility issues, miscarriage/perinatal loss, the transition into parenthood and parenting challenges),


or other concerns unique to you, we will work together to help you cope and manage. I use a variety of approaches to individualize care when working with clients. My intention is to help clients develop their own healthy tools and coping skills to allow them to reach their goals.



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Stephanie Stasiak LMSW ACSW




Hi, I’m Stephanie and I’m passionate about mental health health wellness. As a therapist with over 30 years of experience, including being the Director of Behavioral Health for the Western Wayne Family Health Center, my mission is to assist you on your journey. Whether you’re dealing with anxiety, depression, bipolar symptoms, grief , substance use disorders, or addressing any other challenges I’m here to help.


I am a Christian, who embraces diversity and fostering in an inclusive environment for all, including the LGBTQ community. 

Join me on this path towards healing, where your unique story is embraced, and supported.



Amy Culbert LMSW CAADC

I am devoted and passionate about my work and truly enjoy helping people find their happiness. I am a fully licensed Clinical Social Worker (LMSW) and a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAADC). I earned my Master’s degree in Social Work from Wayne State University and graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. I have over twenty years of experience working in the mental health field.


I provide professional, confidential counseling to individuals and families. I specialize in EMDR, Co-occurring disorders, utilizing the Cognitive Behavioral Model, Stages of Change/Motivational Interviewing, and Substance Use therapy. I have extensive knowledge in treating anxiety, depression, and PTSD. I have experience with couples/family counseling as my MSW specialty was in Family Systems/Child Welfare. I provide a compassionate, comfortable environment and use multiple therapeutic techniques to develop strengths and new coping skills. I take great pride in creating a unique and specific treatment plan designed for each individual or family to succeed.



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