Please read below to learn more about the clinicians and teachers who collaborate at Grove.
We do have collaborators currently accepting new clients. You can also ask to be placed on a waitlist by contacting our care coordinator.
Thomas L. Atkins, MD
Dr. Atkins grew up in Ann Arbor, and is a graduate of the University of Michigan Medical School. He did a pediatrics residency at the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital in Oakland, CA. He worked for a decade as a board certified pediatrician, his work included primary care for all children, and specialty care for adolescents. He also lead the establishment of several innovative teen clinics. Following his interests, and recognizing the large need for more Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists, Dr. Atkins decided to pursue further training. In June of 2013 he completed a residency in adult psychiatry, and a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at the University of Michigan. Dr. Atkins served as chief resident during the last year of his fellowship program, and is continuing his affiliation with the University of Michigan as an adjunct faculty member.
Dr. Atkins is board certified in General Psychiatry and also Children and Adolescent Psychiatry. Although initially drawn to the mental health field through his work with children and adolescents, Dr. Atkins also finds great satisfaction in working with adults age 55 and under. Dr. Atkins works collaboratively with clients to define their challenges and create a comprehensive treatment plans. Treatment includes maximizing wellness through sleep, exercise, and nutrition. Dr. Atkins can provide scientifically based recommendations for the use of medications but understands that decision to use medications is personal and complex. In addition to medication management, Dr. Atkins can provide individual psychotherapy as well. For more information on Dr. Atkins’ practice, please visit www.thomasatkinsmd.com
Dr. Atkins is currently accepting new clients. Request an appointment with Dr. Atkins. Dr. Atkins's practice is fee-for-service.
Established clients may contact Dr. Atkins at (734) 224-3822 x 101 or at email@example.com. Please keep in mind that email is not HIPAA compliant.
Lindsay Bryan-Podvin, LMSW
Lindsay provides therapy for people struggling with feelings of depression, anxiety, feeling stuck, coping with transitions, and those with strained or unhealthy financial relationships. She is a mental health advocate, and believes strongly in taking care of our emotional well-being. In her practice, she utilizes evidence-based treatments such as cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and solution-focused therapy. Lindsay completed her Master’s in Social Work (MSW) at the University of Michigan in 2011 and her bachelor’s degree in sociology from Michigan State University. Lindsay operates a culturally competent practice and works with people of all races, religions, genders, and sexual orientations. She sees adolescents 12 and older, college-aged persons, and adults.
Lindsay's practice is currently full. She is not accepting new clients at this time.
Lindsay’s practice is fee-for-service. She is also a participating provider for clients covered by Blue Cross-Blue Shield. Established clients may contact Lindsay at (734) 224-3822 x 105 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please keep in mind that email is not HIPAA compliant.
Davita Burkhead-Weiner, MD
Davita Burkhead-Weiner, MD, is a board certified Child and Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Before establishing a private practice, Dr. Burkhead-Weiner was an outpatient psychiatrist at St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea. She is a graduate of Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and completed her residency in Adult Psychiatry and a fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry through the University of Michigan in 2014.
As a pediatric and adolescent trained psychiatrist, Dr. Burkhead-Weiner focuses her practice on the care of patients under the age of 30. She provides comprehensive psychiatric evaluations and multimodal evidence-based treatment including individual psychotherapy, medication management, parental guidance, and family therapy. In addition to the above treatments, she also works with patients and families to maximize wellness through movement and exercise, nutrition, and healthy sleep habits. Dr. Burkhead-Weiner emphasizes working to achieve long-term goals and well-being in addition to working as a team to reduce symptoms and address immediate stressors that often bring patients to treatment.
Dr. Burkhead-Weiner is currently accepting new clients. Request an appointment with Dr. Burkhead-Weiner via our online request form or by calling her at (734) 224-3822 x 111.
Dr. Burkhead-Weiner’s practice is fee-for-service. Established clients may contact her at (734) 224-3822 x 111 or at email@example.com. Please keep in mind that email is not HIPAA compliant.
Lisa Gorman Ufer, PhD, LMFT
Lisa Gorman Ufer, PhD, LMFT specializes in working with individuals, couples, and families regarding intimate relationships, life transitions, and family distress. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist trained to treat a wide range of clinical problems including: depression, anxiety, individual psychological problems as well as relationship problems and family stress. Lisa received her Ph.D. in Family and Child Ecology: Marriage and Family Therapy emphasis from Michigan State University in 2009. Dr. Gorman Ufer uses a number of empirically supported treatment models including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, and Gottman Method. The modality is determined by goals of her clients.
Dr. Gorman Ufer uses a strength-oriented approach in therapy with individuals, couples and families dealing with the following issues: Intimate relationship (i.e., communication, marital, premarital, sex therapy, & infidelity); Life transitions (i.e., military deployments, divorce, remarriage, blended families, empty nest, grief & loss); Family distress (i.e., family conflict, financial problems, child with special health care need, adults with chronic pain, mental illness, or life threatening diagnosis); Personal growth (i.e., life coaching, spirituality, women’s issues, balancing work and life & identity work at all stages of life)
When working with Dr. Gorman Ufer, clients can expect that she will: spend time listening to each person’s experience of the problem, ask questions to understand the context, collaborate to define treatment goals, and empower clients throughout the therapeutic process.
Lisa is currently accepting new clients. Request an appointment with Lisa via our online request form or by calling her at (734) 224-3822 x 110.
Lisa’s practice is fee-for-service. Established clients may contact Lisa at (734) 224-3822 x 110 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please keep in mind that email is not HIPAA compliant.
Emily Hanna, LLMSW
Emily is committed to providing evidence-based practices tailored to her client’s individual needs and treatment goals in a supportive, compassionate environment. Emily completed her Master’s of Social Work (MSW) at the University of Michigan, and clinical internship at the University of Michigan Health System Department of Psychiatry. There, she specialized in the treatment of anxiety disorders and obsessive-compulsive disorder. In addition to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Emily is trained in Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, and often utilizes mindfulness in her practice. Emily works with children, adolescents, and young adults struggling with anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive and related disorders, interpersonal issues, and life adjustments.
Emily's practice is currently full, and she is not accepting new clients at this time.
Emily’s practice is fee-for-service. Established clients may contact Emily at (734) 224-3822 x 109 or at email@example.com. Please keep in mind that email is not HIPAA compliant.
THERAPIST, Yoga Teacher, Founder
Carryn Lund, LMSW, RYT
A therapist and yoga teacher, Carryn emphasizes mindfulness and body-centered awareness of emotions in her psychotherapy approach. This complements and enhances her training in other approaches including cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy and trauma-focused cognitive-behavioral therapy. Carryn completed her Master’s of Social Work (MSW) at the University of Michigan in 2011 and completed a post-graduate clinical fellowship at the University of Michigan Health System. Carryn specializes in working with individuals experiencing trauma-related symptoms or grief as well as depression and anxiety. Carryn works with individuals and families across the lifespan and has a special interest in working with adolescents, college-age students, and young adults. For additional information about Carryn and her clinical practice, please visit her website www.carrynlund.com
Carryn's practice is currently full. She is not accepting new clients at this time.
Carryn’s practice is fee-for-service. Established clients may contact Carryn at (734) 224-3822 x 106 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please keep in mind that email is not HIPAA compliant.
Mindfulness + Meditation Teacher
Mindfulness, meditation and compassion have been a central focus of Barbara’s life for over twenty years. From 2003-2015 she trained & taught in a monastery and around the world with Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. Since 2016 she has been mentoring students in online courses with psychologist and meditation teacher Tara Brach.
Barbara grew up in Ann Arbor, received her Bachelors and JD from the University of Michigan, and has worked in small and large businesses, law firms, and nonprofits. In her experience with thousands of students, Barbara has seen how applied mindfulness practices can improve any and every situation. She finds joy in helping people rediscover how to embody genuine presence, connect meaningfully with others, tap into fresh insight, and enliven the everyday.
To learn about Barbara’s mindfulness and meditation groups at Grove, click here.
Mindfulness, Meditation, and Yoga Teacher
Anique Pegeron, MA, RYT
With mindfulness as her foundation, Anique uses a holistic mind-body approach to help her clients attain emotional wellness. She works with children, adolescents, adults, and families - both individually and in groups. By guiding her clients through individualized practices that calm the nervous system, balance emotions, reduce stress, and create positive changes in the way the brain functions, she empowers them with practical tools for mental, physical, and emotional health. She specializes in working with individuals with high sensitivity, anxiety, depression, and difficulty managing emotions. She incorporates a variety of research-validated techniques from mindful awareness practices, including various forms of mindfulness, meditation, breath work, and yoga.
Anique holds a Master’s degree in Educational Studies from the University of Michigan, a Bachelor’s degree in Human Development and Psychological Services from Northwestern University, a certification in mindfulness education from Mindful Schools, as well as both adult and child yoga teacher certifications. She has extensive training in mindful awareness practices, including a year-long intensive mindfulness course and a six-month fellowship in somatic meditation and breath work. She also runs workshops, groups, classes, school programs, and child/adolescent programs in Ann Arbor, including summer camps for kids and teens; for more information please visit her website here.
Anique is currently accepting new clients. Request an appointment with Anique via our online request form, by calling her at (734) 224-3822 x 108, or by emailing her at email@example.com.
Alison Roth-Kerner, LMSW
Alison Roth-Kerner specializes in working with clients experiencing anxiety, depression, and other life adjustments. She works with children, adolescents, adults and couples. Alison is trained across a variety of modalities, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Family Focused Therapy. A hallmark of Alison’s practice is her willingness to draw on her breadth of training in order to create an individualized, effective, and safe therapeutic environment for all of her clients. Alison completed her Master’s of Social Work (MSW) at Boston University in 2005, and subsequently completed a post-graduate clinical fellowship at the University of Michigan Health System.
Alison's practice is currently full. She is not accepting new clients at this time.
Alison’s practice accepts fee-for-service. She is also a participating provider for clients covered by Blue Cross-Blue Shield. Established clients may contact Alison at (734) 224-3822 x 107 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please keep in mind that email is not HIPAA compliant.
Sara Van Assche
Sara Van Assche is Grove's care coordinator. A lifelong resident of Michigan, she received degrees in communications and marketing from Eastern Michigan University. She worked in finance for several years prior to making the decision to stay at home to raise her children. As her children grew, she returned to the workforce and found her true calling in care coordination.
Interested in making an appointment at Grove or have a general inquiry? Contact Sara at at (734) 224-3822 x 102 or at email@example.com. Please keep in mind that email is not HIPAA compliant.