Leslie (Bolt) Roberts, PhD, LP, LPC | Founder & Owner
Leslie is passionate in providing the highest level of psychological treatment, assessment, and consultation services to children, teens, adults and families. As a lifelong West Michigan resident, Leslie is deeply committed to improving the quality of life for those in her community. She is devoted to helping her clients successfully navigate life’s challenges. Her caring and compassionate approach meets individuals where they are without judgment, and she works hard to customize treatment plans to each person’s unique needs.
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Kay Foster, MA, LLPC | Clinical Director
Kay has over 5 years of experience working with individuals and families with developmental and mental health disorders. She has worked in both direct care and case management with diverse populations, including ethnicities, religions, sexualities, and socioeconomic statuses. Kay graduated in 2017 from Western Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science in General Psychology. During this time, she was a research assistant for Western’s neuro-developmental lab. Kay graduated in 2021, again from Western, with a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She was a member of Chi Sigma Iota, the counseling profession’s international honors society and one of the largest associations of professional counselors.
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Daniel Bierma, MEd, MDiv, LMSW
Dan has been working with children, families, and organizations for over three decades in various forms from children with special needs, to teaching, to hospice care, to working in schools and organizations, to now working full time as a therapist. In working as a therapist, he has experience working in schools, churches, foster care, child protective services (CPS), friend of the court (FOC), family relationships, child behavior, parenting, conflict resolution, and leadership counseling. He has worked with children, parents, grandparents, pastors, principals, and others seeking to move in a different direction, or better manage their current situation.
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Ashton is a professional counselor who enjoys using his knowledge and gifts to impact children and teens. He believes that improving the lives of our youth not only increases their present quality of life, but also impacts the lives of their future children, spouses, family, and all those they encounter. Ashton received a Bachelor of Arts from Calvin College and received a Master of Arts in Counseling from Cornerstone University.
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Dawnita graduated from Hope College with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work in 1997. She graduated in 2001 with a Master of Arts in Social Work from Western Michigan University. She is a Licensed Master’s Social Worker (LMSW) and a Certified Addiction Counselor (CAADC). She has more than 20 years of experience as a social worker and has worked in child protection, mental health, trauma, substance use, and licensing
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Phil worked in a technical field for many years before returning to school to obtain a Bachelor of Arts from Cornerstone University and a Master’s Degree in Community Counseling from Western Michigan University in 2004. Since then, he has provided general outpatient group and individual counseling in Allegan, Kent, and Ottawa Counties, as well as for the Allegan County Drug Treatment Court during the last 12 years. Phil was involved in re-entry work in the community with the 2nd Chance program in Ottawa County. He has facilitated groups at Holland Rescue mission and at Project Rehab in Grand Rapids. He is currently providing outpatient individual therapy for mental health and substance abuse with a non-profit agency in Holland and will be providing outreach services in the local West Michigan area.
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Dr. Greg is a clinical psychologist with over 50 years of experience in providing health care services as a registered nurse, a doctoral-level psychologist, and a university educator. In his 35 years as a therapist, he has successfully treated clients with a wide variety of mental health disorders and life problems. He specializes in treating addictions, including chronic relapse and low self-esteem. As a member of the LGBTQ community, Dr. Greg has a special interest in treating individuals within this community. He established an outpatient, non-profit counseling center in Grand Rapids, Michigan and wrote and received the first grant through the Kent County Health Department specifically for providing services to members of the LGBTQ community.
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Mary, a native Michigander, returned to Holland a few years ago with her husband after living in Northern Indiana for nearly 20 years. Mary received her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Michigan State University. In 2002, she obtained her Master’s in Social Work (MSW) from Western Michigan University. Mary has a long career in human services. Initially, she worked in the foster care and adoption field, and later worked with families of children or adults having cognitive or other disabilities. In that role, she often assisted parents at IEP meetings to obtain the very best school services and supports for their loved one. She also developed programs designed to give caregivers a break from often intense and stressful responsibilities. After obtaining her MSW, Mary assisted children and adults as a therapist in both public mental health centers and private practice settings, utilizing a wide variety of therapeutic modalities.
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It has been Sandra’s pleasure to work in the field of Human Services for over 20 years. During this time, she has worked with dynamic and diverse groups of people. Her goals and passions are to assist people from all walks of life, young and old, by helping them navigate through life’s journey. Whether it be life transitions, trauma, grief/loss, depression, anxiety, or other issues, Sandra will work to assist you in managing some of the more complex issues of life.
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Khalia’s education consists of a Masters in Humanities and Leadership with an emphasis on education from New College of California and a Masters in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University. She has most recently completed her Doctoral studies in Counselor Education and Leadership. Aside from her education, Khalia has over 15 years of progressive experience within the counseling and social service field. Khalia is also certified in Brainspotting, a therapy technique that utilizes eye positioning to process unresolved traumas and emotions.