Robert Salvatore, MA, LPC, CAAC, NCC
Robert Salvatore is a graduate of the University of Detroit Mercy Addiction Institute. Robert specializes in the treatment of substance abuse and problem gambling. He describes himself as a “no-nonsense” therapist, based on his integration of the principles of cognitive-behavioral therapy with the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Robert is a member of the Michigan Association on Problem Gambling, the National Council on Problem Gambling and the National Board of Certified Counselors. Robert is active in the community speaking on topics relating to addiction and mental health.
Roger Manela, Ph.D, LMSW, ACSW
Dr. Roger Manela earned a Master’s degree in Social Work and a Ph.D. in Social Work and Sociology at the University of Michigan. He is a member of the National Association of Social Workers Academy of Certified Social Workers and has taught social work at the University of Michigan, Wayne State University and Eastern Michigan University. He also taught in the College of Education at Eastern Michigan University, and has taught a number of courses at Washtenaw Community College for professional social workers seeking continuing education credit.
For more than 20 years, Dr. Manela has provided school social work services to students in Detroit Public Schools. In 2004, he was honored as Michigan’s School Social Worker of the Year.
Arnold Keller, LMSW, CSAT, Executive Director
Arnold is the Executive Director and head of Psychotherapy and Counseling Services (PSC) centers in Northville and Brighton, MI. Arnold has a wide range of experience as a family and addictions therapist. He currently directs the Gambling Recovery Program as well as the "Break-Free" nicotine dependency program. His experience includes positions at Ypsilanti State Hospital and at Brevard County Mental Health Centers in Florida. Arnold serves as a Clinical Associate for the Meadows, an inpatient program for the treatment of sexual addiction and chemical dependence. He was awarded Diplomat status by the American Board of Certified Managed Care Providers.
Pamela Manela, LMSW, ACSW
Pamela Manela has helped thousands of individuals and families restore and maintain their emotional health when facing life's crises, challenges and conflicts. Pam is a Licensed Masters Social Worker and Family Therapist. Pam works with adults, adolescents, couples and families. She enjoys helping young adults and teens through their transition to full independence.
She is a nationally certified Trauma and Loss Specialist who focuses on helping patients deal with and work through trauma, grief, loss and post-traumatic adjustment. Pam is also adept at assisting other human service professionals such as teachers, nurses, social workers and other care professional’s deal with issues of compassion fatigue and other personal, and work-related problems.
Pam focuses on family of origin issues and provides both brief cognitive and behavioral therapy as well as longer-term psychotherapy. The services Pam provides help her clients successfully resolve immediate crises, restore positive functioning, and strengthen their ability to live productive, fulfilling and enjoyable lives.
Pam also specialized in supporting and supervising social workers as they complete their required hours of counseling and therapy.
Phone: (248) 348 - 1100
Bonnie Weinstein, LMSW
Barbara Lanasky, LMSW
As a woman specializing in women's issues, I understand your struggles through the many phases and difficulties of life. I am a licensed Clinical Therapist with a Masters degree in Social Work from the University of Michigan and 20 years of experience. I provide caring, compassionate support and will guide you in learning techniques for improving your mood, relationships, and lifestyle. My approach is tailored to your specific needs.
Areas of distinction include: enhancing mood & quality of your every day life, overcoming depression, taming anxiety, restoring sleep, breaking self-defeating cycles, women's issues, recovering from break ups, adjusting to change, improving relationships, infidelity, loss & grief, guilt & forgiveness, improving marital satisfaction, parenting effectiveness, thriving on the job & career change.
Bonnie Weinstein, MSW, LMSW Bonnie Weinstein graduate with a Master's Degree in Social Work from Simmons School of Social Work. Bonnie has been practicing as a therapist for 15 years. She has experience working with adolescents, adults, couples and families with a wide variety of problems including anxiety, depression, addictions and relationship issues. Bonnie emphasizes her sensitivity to the importance of a good fit between therapist and client. Bonnie strives to stay abreast of new treatment approaches and tailors her approach to meet the needs and address the strengths of each individual.