Meet Our Team
Dina A. MA, LPC, NCC
Owner, Mental Health Counselor, & Clinical Supervisor
Dina is a Licensed Professional & Board-Certified Counselor. She received her Master's Degree in Counseling from
Oakland University. She is an approved clinical supervisor in the state of Michigan.
Dina has over 17 years of clinical experience working
with individuals and couples on wide range of issues. She specializes in
couple counseling, infidelity and affair recovery. She also has extensive
clinical experience with issues relating to parenting, divorce recovery,
trauma, depression, anxiety and sexual abuse. Her therapeutic approach is grounded in Positive Psychology,
Mindfulness, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Dina brings to her practice
experience, empathy and compassion. It is her belief that creating a
trusting relationship and a healing environment for her clients is one of
the most important element of successful therapy. Through her
diverse experience, having traveled, lived and worked in various parts of the
world, she came to respect the unique expectations that are in part shaped
by the individual's cultural and world view and integrating this
understanding into her therapeutic approach.
Dina is a resident of Oakland County since 1977. She has
been married to her husband for forty years. She is a mother of four
adult children and the grandmother of ten. She enjoys yoga, music,
photography and reading. She is a volunteer in several non-profit organizations
that support family, women, and children.
Chi Sigma Iota (National Honor Society for Counselors)
American Counseling Association
Michigan Counseling Association
Michigan Mental Health Association
National Board of Certified Counselors
Christine (Tina) Kosuth, MA, LLPC
Christine (Tina) Kosuth received a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Resource Development and her Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Oakland University. Tina has many years of clinical experience treating anxiety, depression, life transition, and relationship problems. She enjoys working with individuals, families, and couples. Tina utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy, humanistic, existential and spiritual approach in a way that meets the individual needs. Her mission is to empower her clients, increase their self-awareness and help them live a healthier and more meaningful life.
Tina has been married for over 25 years and has one daughter. Tina enjoys gardening, golfing, reading, and spending time with her family. She has volunteered in her community and in her church for many years. Tina is an active member of the American Counseling Association.
Christine Jackson, MA, LPC, SCL
Christine has been a Licensed Professional Counselor and a School Counselor since 2010. She attended Central Michigan University to earn her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Family Studies. She completed her Master of Arts degree in Counseling with a School specialization at Oakland University. Christine has extensive clinical experience working with children and adolescents experiencing anxiety, depression, adjustment issues, and peer relationship problems. In addition, she has extensive experience working with LGBTQ related issues.
Christine utilizes the therapeutic approach that fits the specific need of the individual. Her main goal is to empower her clients and facilitate long lasting change. She firmly believes that developing a positive working relationship with her clients is the most important aspect for effective counseling.
Christine has been a resident of Southeast Michigan all of her life and has had the opportunity to travel to various states and visit Malawi, Africa. She works in Detroit as a school counselor during week-days. She is passionate about her career and enjoys traveling, camping, listening to music, reading and learning from those with whom she works with.
(Individual counseling, family counseling, couples and marriage counseling, counseling for children and adolescents, counseling for depression & anxiety, anger management, grief and trauma counseling, Rochester, Michigan)