Christina Grim, LLP is the Director of Child, Youth and Family Clinical and Trauma Services at Starfish Family Services. She specializes in the treatment of childhood trauma and toxic stress. She is a Nationally Certified Trauma us Cognitive Behavioral Therapist (TF-CBT), a trained Supervisor in TF-CBT, and participates in various County and Statewide initiatives to bring trauma awareness throughout the State of Michigan. Christina was recently awarded The NAMI Clinical Professional of the Year award for all the trauma work she has done within Starfish and throughout the County.
Please call or email Christina Grim at 734.261.1842 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information on how your organization can become trauma aware and informed.
Michelle Duprey, LMSW is the director of Integrated Health Care at Starfish Family Services. She has over 20 years’ experience as a child and family therapist, leader and clinical trainer on many topics including childhood trauma. She specializes in providing non-integrated medical practices with the expertise, technical assistance, and tools necessary to become a fully integrated practice. When a medical practice is integrated, a Behavioral Health Consultant partners with the medical team to help detect needs of patients such as current or past trauma. The Behavioral Health Consultant is trained to provide screening, early intervention, appropriate referrals and consultation to the medical practice to help the clinic and providers become trauma aware, informed and equipped.
Please call or email Michelle Duprey at 734.713.9500 ext. 9527 or email@example.com for information on how your medical practice can become trauma-equipped.
Jennifer Jonika, Director of Maternal and Early Childhood Clinical services at Starfish Family Services is a Master’s level Clinical Psychologist who joined Starfish Family Services in 2003 and began working in an outpatient mental health setting for children experiencing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder . Early in her career, she determined her true passion was early intervention and prevention. For the past 10 years, Jennifer has specialized in working with Families of infants and toddlers in the mental health field. All maternal and early childhood clinical staff have a background in Infant Mental health, which incorporates trauma work. This team also uses several evidence based practices for families with children birth to five who have been exposed to trauma such as child-parent psychotherapy and parent-child interaction therapy.
Jennifer is also the Board of Directors Vice President of the Michigan Association of Infant Mental Health.
Please call or email Jennifer Jonika at 248.615.9730 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information on how your organization can aid parents in properly attaching to their children and prevent the cycle of intergenerational trauma.