Heidi Stevens


Heidi utilizes her background as a School Psychologist to help parents, families, and individuals in the areas of organization, academic skills, anxiety, depression, and social skills. She has expertise in helping clients access 504 plans, IEPs, special education evaluations, and disability services within post-secondary settings. Heidi has experience supporting individuals with anxiety, ADHD, depression, Autism, and adjustment disorders. 

Heidi is particularly passionate about her work with individuals experiencing challenges with perinatal or postpartum transitions. She has specialized training and expertise in supporting individuals who are new parents, seasoned parents, soon-to-be parents, and/or hopeful parents.  This includes working with individuals with postpartum depression and anxiety, as well as individuals who are just struggling with all the challenges that can come along with becoming a parent. Beyond her work with the perinatal and postpartum transitions, Heidi also enjoys working with parents of older children and teenagers. 

Heidi engages in a variety of evidence-based practices, carefully selecting different techniques to meet the unique needs of each client. She frequently utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and ​​Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), to help clients better understand their thoughts, behaviors, and feelings as they cope with their events of daily life. She also pulls in methods from ​Interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), mindfulness, Solution-Focused Therapy, and Positive Psychology. Heidi is a strong believer in individualized treatment approaches no matter the diagnostic label, and although labels can be helpful at times, she strives to treat each client as an individual, helping them grow into the person they want to be.

Heidi Stevens earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology in 2017 from Le Moyne College before earning her Master’s Degree in School Psychology in 2019 and Certificate of Advanced Study in School Psychology in 2021 from Alfred University, an APA and NASP accredited university in New York. Currently, she is finishing her doctoral dissertation focused on school violence and students’ perceived safety, the last step in obtaining her Doctoral degree in School Psychology (PsyD) from Alfred University. Heidi has experience conducting comprehensive evaluations, and has therapeutic experience with adults, children, and families. She previously worked as an Academic Consultant at Alfred University’s Center for Academic Success, helping students build academic skills and navigate disability accommodations. Heidi also worked as a School Psychologist in Elementary, Middle, and High Schools within the Southeast Michigan area before joining Galvin Growth Group full time. . 

In addition to her work as a therapist and evaluator at Galvin Growth Group, Heidi also serves as Director of Client Services. She enjoys being able to help potential clients find the best fit for their needs, whether it be a therapist within Galvin Growth Group or referring them to outside agencies. Heidi strives to make therapy as accessible as possible for clients and families and improve the client experience within the practice. 

Heidi lives in Farmington Hills, MI where she enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter, and dog, Ginny. She loves spending time in downtown Farmington attending the Farmers Market, festivals, and the local parks. She is also a movie lover, having a collection of 500+ blu rays, and making time to support local movie theaters.


Doctoral Temporary Limited Licensed Psychologist

Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP)

Doctoral Candidate ABD

Director of Client Services


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