Our therapists and psychiatrists have a variety of experience, credential, licensing, and area(s) of expertise. See the biographies below to find the therapist that is right for you.

Staff Biographies

Rasha Moslemani, Licensed Professional Counselor

As a psychotherapist I have worked with students of all ages, grades 6-12 for quite some time and I have broadened my horizons to provide support to adults who seek change and stability in their lives. My only goal is to provide my clients a safe haven, a place where they can feel comfortable enough to disclose their personal issues. Therapy is a place where my clients can trust me enough to provide them with the courage, guidance, and support they need to begin to learn how to battle their struggles with ease.

I am passionate about helping our community with all of their psychological disorders and mental health needs. I see clients who struggle with depression, anxiety, PTSD, Substance Abuse, physical and emotional trauma, mood and personality disorders, ADHD, grief and self harm along with suicidal ideations and many other life changes.

Kree Bayne LLMSW - Westland Counseling Center

Kree has been working with families and children for over ten years.  She graduated from Wayne State University with a Masters in Social Work in 2016.  Kree currently works as a full time social worker and contractual therapist.  With over ten years of experience she has managed to assist people with mental health issues, work through childhood trauma, like trauma, relationship issues and daily life problems.

Stephanie Keathley, MA, LLPC

Stephanie has a Master’s Degree in Community Counseling from Wayne State University. She works as both a contractual and substance abuse therapist at Westland Counseling Center. Stephanie tailors her treatment of adults by using various modalities and interventions to fit each individual’s specific needs. Her eclectic approach to therapy has aided in the treatment of multiple disorders including; substance abuse, co-dependency, depression, anxiety, and trauma.

Edward Lamsen, MD


Kim Mahaffa, LLMSW

Kim received her master’s degree from the University of Michigan School of Social Work and two bachelor’s degrees from Purdue University in Psychology and Youth, Adult, and Family services. Her experience and education provides her with a unique approach to counseling; using both theory and practical knowledge to help her clients move toward permanent, fulfilling life change. Self-determination and understanding the client as an individual is key when helping others realize and attain their goals.  Kim has special interest in adults with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders, as well as, anxiety disorders, boundary and communication problems,co-dependency, and self-esteem issues.

Alfred Spitzer, MS, LLP, LMSW, CAADC

Alfred graduated from Eastern Michigan University where he obtained his Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology. He is a long standing member of the Michigan Psychological Association and also The American Group Psychotherapy Association. He has over 35 years experience working with consumers who have serious mental health problems such as depression, grief and loss issues, anger management, interpersonal relationships, bipolar illness, schizophrenia, and anxiety disorders. He also deals with chemical dependency and addictions. His style of treatment uses a cognitive behavioral approach and places emphasis on empathy skills. He works primarily with adults and is very aware also of resources in the community. Al is committed to making consumers feel comfortable in the session and often provides helpful handouts to accelerate the progress in therapy. He has a limited license in psychology, and is a certified social worker, and has certification as an alcohol and drug specialist. He attends workshops throughout the year to stay on the cutting edge of new treatment strategies.

Darryl M. Warner, PH.D.

Darryl M. Warner, PH.D. is a Clinical Psychologist and licensed School Psychologist who has over 25 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in various outpatient mental health settings throughout Washtenaw, Wayne, and Livingston County. Dr. Warner is well versed in working with children and adolescents with a number of disorders, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Conduct Disorder, and learning disabilities. Dr. Warner is skilled in the ability to develop family and individual treatment plans to help decrease problem behaviors displayed by children and adolescents. Dr. Warner is also experienced in working with adolescents and adults struggling with various mental health disorders including anxiety disorders, and mood. Dr. Warner worked with Concordia UniversityAnn Arbor between 2010-2015 helping athletes ( Football players) acclimate to the academic and athletic rigors of a NAIA collegiate program.

Shauntai Davis-Yeargen

Shauntai Davis-Yeargen is a wife, mother, a woman that has come a long way in life, by pushing past self-defeat, struggles, and battles. In order to pursue a better life, higher education, and career that best suits my attributes, personality, and interest of helping others in mental distress I am so grateful to have been trusted by so many individuals in their most vulnerable state of mind. It isn’t easy to trust another with the most intimate details of your life. I too have been on the other side requiring help and guidance of another to help me through difficult times. What I feel most appreciate about my style of therapy is my openness, empathy, and dedication to assist with life’s obstacles, such as mental illness, emotional disturbance, abnormal behavior, and substance abuse. It is my pleasure to provide individual and couples therapy. Together we can accomplish anything! I am here to assist you with the development of your treatment, to provide a custom fit just for you and your therapeutic process. Are you ready to conquer your worries, depression, emotional issues, relationship concerns, and addictions? It won’t be easy, but everything worth having, takes hard work and determination. I know you are determined! No worries I will guide you through the process step by step. I have a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling and licensed as a limited licensed professional counselor in the state of Michigan with over 15 years in the mental health field.

Althea D. Smith

Althea D. Smith is a Licensed Professional Counselor licensed by the State of Michigan.  She completed a Master of Science Mental Health Counseling degree from Walden University.  She has a Certification in Advance Addiction Drug Counseling.  Althea is genuine and has compassion for every client.  She connects with ease and understands her clients’ wide-ranging cultural diversity.  She has experience working with adolescents and adults focusing on anxiety/depression, stress management, and grief counseling.  Althea works with clients suffering from substance abuse, specifically court-ordered probation requirements related to DUI/OWI infractions.

Angell Love-Jackson, LMSW

Angell Love-Jackson, LMSW is a CAADC graduate of Wayne State University.  She works with children, families, adults, adolescents and Juvenile Justice Youth.  Her experience is in CBT , play therapy, anger management techniques, behavior modification, managing ADHD, depression and anxiety.

Kathleen Roberson, MA, LLPC

Kathleen has a Master's degree in Mental Health Counseling and Rehabilitation Counseling from Wayne State University. She has experience working with veterans, severely mentally ill adults and adults with substance abuse. She currently conducts individual therapy and group therapy for individuals with depression and anxiety and has also conducted group therapy for substance abusers. Kathleen enjoys working with adults and families and has true empathy and compassion for those individuals we serve.

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