Our clinic was founded in Plymouth as ABH in 2002 but was established in Westland in the late '80s. Please see below a listing of our clinical and office staff.
Eleanor Davis, Office Manager
Kathleen Hansen, Receptionist
Mr. Warner is the President/Founder of ABA. He has a graduate degree (MSW) from the University of Michigan. He has worked in behavioral health administration and clinical services since 1976. He has held management, direct services, ownership, and Board level positions involving community mental health, private practice, hospital, and managed care.
Mr. Warner continues to enjoy serving in an advisory/consultative role to various entities.
Mr. Senkowski is the Clinical Director of ABA. Mr. Senkowski obtained his Master's degree in Social Work from Wayne State University in 1990. He is a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers. He is licensed in the state of Michigan as a Licensed Master Social Worker. His areas of experience and interest are: Depressive Disorders, Work Place Issues/EAP, Anxiety Disorders, Substance Abuse/Dependence, School-Related Issues, ADHD, Relationship Issues, Parent-Child Issues, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Men's Issues, and Chronic Mental Illness (Depression, Bipolar, and Schizophrenia).
Mr. Senkowski also performs Driver's License Reinstatement evaluations.
Mary Bleyaert received her Master's Degree from U of M in 1972. She is an experienced Psychotherapist who specializes in treating children, adolescents, families, and individuals. She uses a flexible cognitive-behavioral approach that focuses on problem-solving and improving her clients' ability to manage their lives more productively and healthily. Mary is accepting new clients.
Her flexible scheduling allows her to see the client according to their scheduling needs and emergency bases if needed.
Kelly Lange received her Master's degree in Psychology from Wayne State University in 2006. Since then, she has provided individual therapy for children, adolescents, and young adults, with her areas of interest lying in adolescent issues, depression, anxiety, and eating disorders. Since every person is unique, Kelly believes it is best to tailor her approach based on each individual's needs, personality, and goals. Kelly tends to use an eclectic form of Psychology with variations of different theories.
Kelly also uses Cognitive Behavioral therapy techniques that help her patients developed increased confidence in their abilities to manage themselves and their lives. In addition to practicing therapy, Kelly also teaches part-time at Baker College in the field of Psychology. Kelly is presently accepting new patients with availability during the mornings, afternoons, and evenings.
Roberta Martin received her master's degree from the U of M School of Social Work and previously completed her undergraduate social work training at Wayne State University. Ms. Martin has over 18 years of experience in mental health, including her work on an inpatient psychiatric unit, community mental health, social work in a school setting, and private practice.
She has vast experience working successfully with clients on various issues, including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, relationships (including codependency issues), women's issues, parenting, and work with adult children of alcoholics and their families in a collaborative treatment approach.
Ms. Martin is licensed as a Clinical Social Worker by the state of MI (LMSW), nationally certified as a clinical social worker (ACSW), and state - and internationally certified as an Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAADC).
Christina Filek received her Master's degree in counseling psychology from Western Michigan University in 2009. Christina has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults from various socioeconomic populations providing individual and family therapy. Christina has experience working with a broad range of mental health issues such as ADHD, depression, anxiety, behavioral issues, interpersonal conflict, grief and loss, self-esteem, life changes, and parent-child conflict.
Christina believes it is important to meet the client at their current functioning level while utilizing a flexible therapeutic approach tailored to each client's needs. Christina also emphasizes a positive, collaborative therapeutic relationship when working with clients.
Some of the approaches Christina utilizes are cognitive behavioral therapy, behavioral therapy, a strength-based perspective, as well as client-centered modalities to help clients work in creating healthy life changes.
Christina is currently accepting new clients with availability in the mornings, afternoons, and evenings.