Rebecca Maffetone, LMSW, CAADC, CCS-M   received her Bachelor’s of Social Work degree from Michigan State University and Master’s of Social Work degree from Wayne State University with a specialization in Child and Family Therapy. She is also a Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor and a Certified Clinical Supervisor. Rebecca has worked as a Clinical Therapist helping individuals and families with mental health, substance abuse, trauma and family issues for over 20 years. She has also supervised other therapists for over 15 years. Rebecca provides client-centered therapy by utilizing a variety of therapy techniques to meet the needs of each individual client.

To schedule an appointment with Rebecca Maffetone please call 586-604-1339 or email at

Mary Ann Stockwell, RN, BC, LMSW received her Bachelors in Nursing from Mercy College of Detroit and her Masters of Social Work from Wayne State University with a specialization in health care.  She also received a Graduate Certificate in Gerontology from Wayne State University.  Mary Ann has 40 years of experience as a registered nurse and 22 years of experience as a social worker.  She has worked in the private duty sector as a staff nurse and clinical supervisor, in skilled home care as a social worker, and as a geriatric care manager which utilized her skills as a gerontological registered nurse and social worker.  As a volunteer Faith Community Nurse, Mary Ann has been able to help members of her congregation integrate faith and health in dealing with their diverse life challenges.

We all want to age gracefully and enjoy the “golden years”.  Yet for some individuals, the transition to older adult or senior citizen has brought, or is bringing, additional life challenges for themselves and/or family members.  These life challenges may be due to changes in functional status, mobility, cognitive status, increasing health issues, safety, adequate pain management, and other issues that affect how one is aging.  These individuals may be experiencing loss of mobility, ability to take care of him/herself, cognitive changes in memory and judgment, financial difficulties, different and increasing health issues, loss of self-worth, loss of family members, friends, or neighbors, grief related to significant and multiple losses, or social isolation.  Family members may be experiencing challenges with care-giving issues.  Counseling may help you sort things out and help you find alternative solutions.

To schedule an appointment with Mary Ann Stockwell please call (586) 604-9538 or email at

Rachelle Campbell received her Bachelor’s in Elementary Education and her Master’s in Counseling from Oakland University in 2004.
Rachelle has 23 years of experience as an elementary and middle school teacher. She started her private practice in 2007 as an outreach counselor helping individuals and families with a variety of mental health issues and life challenges. In both education and counseling she gained experience with at-risk children.
Rachelle provides a holistic and eclectic approach to therapy. She feels that each person has different needs and tailors her techniques accordingly.

To schedule an appointment with Rachelle Campbell, please call (248) 978-5625 or email at

Jose S. Lopez, LLMSW, M.S., received his Bachelor’s of Psychology and Philosophy degree from Western Michigan University and Master’s of Social Work degree from University of Southern California (USC) with a specialization in Mental Health and Military Social Work. Jose is a Lieutenant in the United States Army and currently serves as the Behavioral and Mental Health Specialist of his company/unit. Jose is a combat Veteran, who was deployed twice during Operation Iraqi Freedom (OFI). He has received numerous awards and recognitions during his 18-year Army career.  His experience includes work with children, adolescents, adults, and families in a variety of settings, including treatments facilities for male juveniles ages 12-21, Easter Seals of Michigan, and community mental health facilities. Jose worked for the State of Michigan as a Children’s Protective Services Specialist for seven years and has experience working with high risk families and individuals, as well as substance abuse, family therapy, and youth services.  Jose has experience conducting crisis intervention groups, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialect Behavioral therapy (DBT) and is currently working to become certified to proctor Smart Recovery groups for those struggling with substance abuse concerns. Jose is fully fluent in both Spanish and English.

To schedule an appointment with Jose please call (269) 567-0828 or email at