Dr. Michele White

DSC_0415a---Dr-White“I am passionate about serving clients and their families in a setting that will bring about positive behavioral change for the client. If behaviors are occurring in the home or at school, I believe our therapy should occur there. I started WBC based on my desire to provide effective tools to individuals affected by a traumatic brain injury. I want to see the family unit functioning in one accord with tools that are specific to the heartbeat of  family.”

Office Location: Ann Arbor and Flint

Undergraduate Education: BA in Sociology Human Services from Adrian College

Graduate Education:
University of Detroit Mercy – MA in Clinical Psychology with Substance Abuse Emphasis
Wayne State University – PhD in Counseling

Licenses:
Limited Licensed Psychologist
Licensed Professional Counselor

Founded WBC: 2003

Personal Profile:
Dr. White has been married for over 25 years. To their union they have been blessed with five children. She has been in the traumatic brain injury field since 1991.

Dr. White has traveled the country as a presenter for PESI HealthCare, and has been selected as a speaker at the Brain Injury Association of Michigan on several occasions. She has also conducted webinars for both the Brain Injury Association of America and the Brain Injury Association of Michigan.

Dr. White currently holds a Lecturer position at Wayne State University. She also serves as President of the School Board for Washtenaw Christian Academy in Saline, MI.

In her leisure time, she is actively involved in ministry at her church. She and her husband serve as the Co-Directors for the Marriage and Family Ministry. Dr. White is also a member of two Praise and Worship Teams. Dr. White is passionate about marriage and family and is the author of a book on Christian Parenting.