Kate Kittredge MA TLLP, PMHC

Hey there! I’m Kate (she/hers). I have a master’s in clinical psychology, a specialized
certification in perinatal mental health, and a background in practicing and teaching Yoga. My hope is to create a space where you are able to feel seen, supported, and safe. A place where you can be totally and completely yourself in all of your humanness! Being a human can be incredibly challenging, whether we are going through major changes or losses, or day to day concerns, we all deserve a place to process our current and past experiences and to be supported without judgement. In safe relationships is where we can flourish.

I work to help people live authentic, meaningful lives throughout all the twists and turns that life presents. I have experience working with many ages and experiences including birthing people, grief/loss, trauma, anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Recognizing that each of our paths are unique, so is therapy with me! I work from an integrative person-centered framework where I meet you exactly where you are. Based on your needs, we move together to create and integrate what will help support you best. I utilize a trauma-informed approach to include mindfulness, interpersonal, existential, somatic experiences, Emotion focused therapy, DBT, ACT, to build a treatment that is accessible and works for YOU!

Looking into therapy can be really scary. I aim to meet you where you are, while working to create a safe and collaborative space with everyone who walks through my door. I truly believe you are the expert of your own experience, and it is a privilege for me to get to walk with you through a piece of your journey!

Sheena Harris

Hi my name is Sheena and I am your Office Manager here at Aloe Psychology. I have been in the medical field for the past 13 years and I love working in the private practice spectrum. I think working in private practice gives me the opportunity to get to know patients on a different level and actually be able to provide better service. My long-term goal with Aloe Psychology is to just become a great asset to not only the practice but the patients we serve and the community. I am currently in school to earn a degree in Healthcare Administration. I love the fall, classic 90s and horror movies, cooking, travel, game nights, and a just spending time with my partner and our dog.

Anca Napau MA LLP

I strive to create a comfortable space in which you feel seen and heard — a place that promotes healing and awareness. Your path is unique and I have tremendous respect for that. Together, we will come up with a plan that best fits your needs.

The foundation of my work is the philosophy that each of us has the desire to live authentically and harmoniously. I integrate traditional therapies and mindfulness for a holistic approach to finding balance in your life.

Whether you’re feeling stuck, seeking relief or wanting to grow, I would be honored to share this space with you.

Calli Perry

Calli (she/her/hers) is currently a Master’s level candidate at Wayne State University earning her Clinical Mental Health and Art Therapy degree.

Art therapy offers clients the opportunity to use creative media to explore feelings, conflicts, behaviors, and other life experiences in order to aid the individual in reaching, or returning to, a comfortable state. As an artist herself, Calli combines her knowledge of lifespan development, psychology, counseling techniques, and the creative process in an art therapy session focused on discovery and improvement for the client.

Calli offers a safe space for clients to work through life experiences via creative expression, allowing for more than words to be exchanged during sessions. With recognition that there is no one size fits all approach to therapy, Calli applies a humanistic, person-centered perspective to all clients to make therapy tailored to each individual. Her interests include working with children and adolescents, transgender youth, and the LGBTQ+ community.

Calli currently takes sliding scale and self-pay clients.

Amanda Erhardt

Working with a range of presentations and clients, Amanda practices from an integrative perspective in order to meet the client where they are, on their journey to wellness. She believes that therapy provides an opportunity for clients to grow into the most authentic version of themselves and is committed to providing a collaborative and nonjudgmental approach to therapy. 

Amanda recognizes the importance of advocating for individuals in marginalized bodies and in marginalized communities.

Amanda is currently obtaining a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northwestern University and takes sliding scale and self-pay clients.

Rebecca Kapetansky MA LLP

Rebecca is licensed as a master’s level clinician, experienced in working with a variety of diagnoses, including anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, panic disorder, developmental disability, autism and ADHD. She is also in her fourth year of doctoral studies. Her interests include working with children, adolescents, adults, and families, and with individuals who have had adverse experiences.  

She approaches therapy from a relational cultural lens and believes relationships are fundamental in both hurting and healing. By focusing on understanding how individuals relate to others, the world, and themselves, Rebecca is able to foster growth and self-awareness for individuals. She believes therapy can be a place of empowerment and safe connection.

Rebecca currently takes sliding scale and self-pay clients.

Calli Johnson MA TLLP

Exploring therapy options can feel intimidating, scary, or overwhelming. You’ve made it this far; congratulations. 

I use the pronouns they/them/theirs. 

If you’re looking at me as a potential therapist, you may be wondering what therapy is like with me. There are two parts to my answer. 

First is the “nuts and bolts” of treatment and how I run the session. For our 50-minute sessions after intake, I begin by checking in with you. I typically find out what feels most important to talk about for the rest of the session. Most of the session is spent on whatever you, as the client, decide needs to be discussed. With about 10 minutes left, we begin to plan what you’re going to do between now and next time we meet, and then we end the session by scheduling the next. 

The second part of what therapy is like with me is far more philosophical and stylistic, and less concrete. I use a feminist-phenomenological approach to treatment, which means that I focus on power, privilege, and oppression that may occur in your life and how that impacts your life; recognizing that your experience is unique. Others may have had similar life experiences, but I can’t entirely know what life has been like for you. Because of this approach to therapy, each session with each client is different. While I use interventions from acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and integrate mindfulness, everything we do is tailored for you and your experience. We maximize the time we have in a session and help you figure out how to get the most out of the work you do outside the session. 

I’m experienced with: depression, anxiety, trauma, phase of life adjustment problems (moving jobs, going off to college), self-injury, chronic illness, gender identity exploration, sexual orientation discussions, kink-aware therapy, sizeism, or weightism, perfectionism, interpersonal relationships and much more. I work mainly with individuals within the LGBTQIAP+ community because I am knowledgeable about this group through research, education, and lived experience. I see individuals that are 14 years or older, and most of my clients are in young or middle adulthood. 

Living problems that I’m not able to treat include substance use and eating disorders. You will find far better therapists if this is your main problem of living. 

Currently, I can bill Blue Cross Blue Shield, Blue Care Network, and some Medicaid insurances. I may also offer sliding scale services if I cannot bill your insurance.

Matthew Cleveland MA TLLP

During difficult times, it can be hard to know where to turn to next. Having a safe environment to process and explore our feelings can help us move forward. With empathy, and understanding without judgment, Matt strives to create this space for adults, children, and families to overcome difficulties experienced in everyday life.

Recognizing that everyone’s needs are unique, and that it is not always easy to know what those needs are, Matt will tailor therapy to you individually; helping you to reach your goals in therapy toward living a life more fulfilled.

Matt received his Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from The Michigan School of Psychology. He works with adults and children and has experience in the school setting with young children. 

Matt sees clients Tuesday through Friday.