Heidi Stevens

MA, CAS, DOCTORAL TEMPORARY LIMITED LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST, NCSP

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 completing 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. While enrolled in Alfred she worked in Alfred’s Child and Family Services Center conducting comprehensive evaluations, consulting with parents and providing therapy. She also worked as an Academic Consultant at Alfred University’s Center for Academic Success working with college students on building academic skills and navigating disability accommodations within the higher ed environment. Heidi also has experience providing counseling services to families. Heidi serves as G3’s Director of Client Services.

Heidi is new to Michigan after moving to the area in 2020 from the Finger Lakes region in Upstate New York. She enjoys spending time with her husband and labradoodle Ginny, traveling, and gardening.

CLINICAL APPROACH

Heidi utilizes her background as a School Psychologist to help parents, families, children, adolescents, and young adults 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 students with anxiety, OCD, ADHD, depression, and ASD. She engages a variety of evidence-based practices, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), to help clients better understand their thoughts, behaviors, and feelings as they cope with difficulties in life.

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