Shannon Cranston, PsyD, Licensed Psychologist
Dr. Shannon Cranston, Licensed Psychologist, graduated from the Michigan School of Professional Psychology in 2010, with a doctoral degree. Dr. Cranston has been practicing as ba psychologist for 15 years. She specializes in psychotherapy for depression, anxiety, women’s issues, binge eating disorder, weight management, body image issues, self-acceptance, substance abuse/chemical dependency, relationship issue, and grief and loss. Dr. Cranston also specializes in providing Bariatric Evaluations, a prerequisite for Bariatric Surgery. She uses a holistic approach with her patients which involves taking a look at the whole of the individual, not solely the area of complaint, to assist her clients in overcoming barriers that get in the way of their health and well-being. Her goal is to provide the help and support needed to live a healthy and balanced life.
Shayna Bendle, MA, LLP
Mrs. Bendle graduated from the Michigan School of Professional Psychology with a Master’s degree in 2013. Mrs. Bendle's areas of expertise are depression, anxiety, bi-polar disorder, disordered eating, body image issues, relationship building, women's issues and grief and loss. She believes that every individual is unique and will bring specific needs and goals to therapy. By using an eclectic approach to therapy, she strives to increase an individual’s well-being. She works with the intention that her client can employ coping skills to utilize their own strengths and diminish their difficulties.
She provides a warm and comfortable environment in which an individual can enhance their well-being. Her primary goal is to improve her patients overall mental health status.
Jessica Moore MA, LLP
Mrs. Moore provides psychotherapy for adolescents and adults. Some of her experience includes working with people with anxiety, depression, abuse/neglect, relationship/family issues, body image issues, disordered eating, and gender identity issues. Her therapeutic approach with adolescents includes play therapy, development of coping skills, and behavioral interventions in collaboration with the child's family. She uses an eclectic approach to therapy when working with adults including behavioral, cognitive, and humanistic psychology. Her goal as a therapist is to provide her clients with a safe and supportive environment while encouraging and promoting their psychological growth to reach their full potential in life.
Leanne Black, MA, TLLP
Life can be confusing and difficult at times. Therapy provides a safe place to talk about the stressful times in your life and to explore your thoughts and feelings. My goal as a therapist is to use a holistic approach to assist my clients in overcoming barriers to reach their full potential.
I offer psychotherapy for pre-teens, adolescents, and young adults. Some of my experiences include working with anxiety, depression, abuse/neglect, body image, and relationship issues. My therapeutic approach includes humanistic psychology, play therapy with younger teens and children, and elements from cognitive behavioral therapy.