Charissa Isaacs is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who has worked in the Mental Health and Substance Abuse field for the last 22 years , with experience with a diverse group of needs ranging from family therapy, addictions treatment, mental health needs from mild to severe, as well as grief and loss care. Charissa earned her Bachelor at Welch College and her Masters of Counseling was completed at Spring Arbor University. Mrs. Isaacs began her career working with adolescents and children with severe psychiatric disorders, helping to facilitate their mainstream inclusion in school and social settings by working to provide family services and case management in a community based setting. She then worked with families involved with the foster care system to build skills and work through needs so that children could return to their biological families. Since that time Charissa has worked in a combination of private practice and community health settings to support clients in individual and group counseling. Charissa is committed to quality care that embraces a whole person approach (addressing mind, body and spiritual needs.) She has had significant success in helping clients navigate their personal recovery utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Biblical based approaches when requested. She is currently working with clients in the Port Huron and Mt. Clemens areas.