About Us -- Everwell Therapists
“Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen....
Vulnerability is the birthplace of love, belonging, joy, courage, empathy, accountability, and authenticity.” -- Brene Brown
Everwell Health and Counseling Services is Michigan-based mental health practice that is comprised of therapists coming from diverse training and work backgrounds with 10-30 years of experience, all with extensive training in CBT and other evidence-based, research-supported therapies.
All of us value social justice, celebrate diversity, and value the importance of equity and inclusion. We provide a therapeutic environment that is open, warm, compassionate, supportive, and inclusive. We strive to help our clients feel heard, understood, supported, and empowered. We take a strength-based perspective, where we help you better understand and heal from past hurts, and journey alongside you as you navigate life circumstances, while also assisting you in finding more hope in your future.
Elizabeth Seils, LMSW
Elizabeth Seils is a licensed clinical social worker with over 10 years of experience working with individuals and groups around a variety of mental health concerns,
include working with those experiencing anxiety, depression, emotional dysregulation, school or employment difficulties, problems in relationships, and other life stressors. She also is passionate in working with LGBTQIA+ individuals, particularly those who may be questioning their identity or navigating intersecting identities and wanting to live more authentically.
Dana Bruck-Segal, PhD, LP
Dana Bruck-Segal is a licensed psychologist with experience working in anxiety, depression, trauma, coping with illness, health behavior change, relational difficulties, and identity exploration. She is committed to diversity affirming care and strives to cultivate an environment predicated on respect for each individual's unique life experience. Dana flexibly tailors and integrates evidence based treatments to meet each client's needs - with experiences in CBT, ACT, MI, PE, and more.
Jimmy Vuong, LMSW
Jimmy Vuong's approach to therapy includes seeing himself as a guide, while recognizing the individual client as the driver and creator of their own success and change. Jimmy believes having a trusting, supportive, and strength-focused relationship with his client is the foundation of counseling. Rather than adopting one methodology for all individuals and issues, he draws from a variety of methods to create a modified and adaptive approach for each individual client and their situation.
Scott Kennedy, LMSW
Scott Kennedy is a licensed clinical social worker that has experience working with people of all ages, varieties of backgrounds, and broad ranges of presenting concerns. Scott enjoys working with clients to help them create the life they want to live. He has a passion for working with people who are looking to relieve mood related symptoms, build the capacity to regulate emotions, navigate life transitions, process trauma, have healthier relationships, build communication skills, and manage stress.
Rebecca Homewood, LMSW
Rebecca Homewood is a licensed social worker with
over 20 years working with clients from diverse cultural and socioeconomic populations. Rebecca uses evidenced based therapies to help individuals reflect and identify patterns in behavior and thinking to find solutions and coping skills for their need, as well as focusing on reconnect them with their long-term goals.
She believes that radical honesty is a foundation to the healing and transformation process.
Celine McNelis-Kline, Ed.D., LP
Celine McNelis-Kline is a licensed psychologist with a breadth of experience in health and wellness field - working as a performance coach, yoga instructor, college professor, and mental health counselor. Celine desires to help others to live courageously, develop a growth mindset, and see challenges as opportunity.
. Additionally, mindfulness, mindful self-compassion and meditation are specialty areas incorporated into her work with clients. Above all, her goal is to create a safe and collaborative relationship with clients where curiosity and possibilities become a part of their approach to life.
Simona Kovacic, LMSW
Simona Kovacic is a licensed clinical social worker with experience working with individuals navigating anxiety, depression, trauma, and challenging life transitions.
Simona has a special interest in offering parent support to better understand their children’s behavior and are seeking more positive and productive ways to manage it.
Simona also works with couples in better understanding and strengthening their relationship.
Nicola Curtin, PhD, LLPC
Nicola Curtin in a licensed professional counselor that works with clients using a intersectional, feminist, and multicultural lens to provide diversity-affirming care. She assists clients in clarifying values, finding meaning and purpose, and increasing sense of belonging. She has particular expertise in working with identity exploration, LGBTQIA2S+ individuals, family expansion, and infertility.
Ashley Walsh, MA, LPC
Ashley Walsh is a licensed professional counselor that is passionate about helping others develop a stronger sense of self by offering a safe and non judgmental space for clients to discuss problems and process difficult emotions. She also works diligently to help clients connect with community resources and local supports, while also working to empower clients of their own resiliency.
Jennifer Tang, PhD, LP
Jennifer Tang is a licensed psychologist with experience working with a range of clinical and socio-cultural populations and therapeutic approaches. She values working with her clients to help them to increase their capacity for problem solving, as well as empowering them to recognize their own strengths and resources. Jennifer seeks to help others navigate life challenges, and pursue a more meaningful, enriching, and fulfilling life. She enjoys working with clients around cultural identity and intersectionality.