Offices located throughout Metro Detroit at community and church settings.

Phone: (248) 827-8801
Ronald T. Archambault, L.M.S.W., A.C.S.W.

Compassionate, insightful and interactive, Mr. Archambault founded Archambault & Associates, PC in 1980 to fill a void in the therapeutic and counseling community. By bringing together a group of dedicated, highly experienced professionals, Archambault & Associates was able to provide a wide range of mental health services through Detroit area churches and community settings. Bypassing expensive office space and 'leather couch' staging, A&A was able to offer top-of-the-line professional counseling at affordable prices, so no one who needed help was unable to afford the best. With an extensive resume of experience in community and industrial mental health as well as substance abuse counseling, Mr. Archambault now focuses on individual and couple sessions dealing with relationship issues, sexual abuse, panic disorders and alcohol and marijuana abuse. Utilizing Gestalt, imagery and other therapeutic techniques, he works hand-in-hand with clients to help them reach their goals. With a Masters in Social Work from the University of Michigan, Mr. Archambault has served as a consultant to the Ford Motor Company, Michigan Bell, Hazelden and the Budd Company and has authored a book entitled, Reaching out - a Guide to EAP Casefinding, about his experiences in the industrial field.

Phone: (248) 543-2220
Location: Knowles St. Professional Building, Royal Oak

Kim D. Kemske, Psy.D., L.P.

Dr. Kemske is a Nationally Certified Psychologist (NCP) who specializes in caring and compassionate work with individuals who have concerns with anxiety, depression, panic disorder, trauma, grief and loss, midlife concerns and women's matters. She is certified as a Trauma and Loss Consultant and works with adolescents and adults of any age. Dr. Kemske sees clients in individual, couple and family sessions and has extensive experience with marital therapy and premarital work. She approaches her counseling with a respect for the faith life of those she counsels while incorporating cognitive-behavioral, holistic, existential, art therapy, and relationship therapy approaches and personal spirituality to assist clients in identifying and realizing what they have in mind to accomplish. Dr. Kemske is a fully licensed psychologist who earned her Doctoral Degree in Clinical and Humanistic Psychology from the Center for Humanistic Studies in 2006, and her Master's Degree in 1996, and has developed expertise through completion of comprehensive research for her doctoral dissertation on The Childless Woman's Experience of Creating Meaning in Midlife. She serves as the current president of Archway Associates.

Phone: (248) 615-1263
Locations: Novi Office, Novi

Donald J. McMillan, Psy.D., L.P.

Dr. McMillan earned his Doctoral Degree in Clinical and Humanistic Psychology from the Michigan School of Professional Psychology. He employs a wide variety of therapeutic approaches, developing a unique method for each client which is tailored to meet his or her specific needs. He works with clients seeking assistance with: relationship and family issues, including pre-marital counseling; life transitions, including marriage, birth, divorce, career change, grief and loss; depression or anxiety; and addictions. Dr. McMillan has specialized training and experience in the areas of alcohol/drug addictions, relationship issues, internet related addictions, sexual issues, crisis intervention, and critical incident debriefing. He works with clients in individual, couple, family and group settings.

Phone: (248) 229-2631
Location: Farmington Hills Office, Farmington Hills

Joseph G. Castine, M.S., L.L.P.

Joe earned his Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology from Eastern Michigan University in 1984. He has extensive experience in both the private and community sectors of the mental health field, ranging from inpatient and outpatient settings, as well as home-based services. He works with children, teenagers and adults. Mr. Castine is also certified as an Infant Mental Health Clinician and works with infants, toddlers and their families addressing attachment and bonding issues as well as sleeping and feeding disorders. He is a general practitioner who uses an eclectic approach with clients, providing services in both individual and family sessions.

Phone: (247) 414-3840
Location: Knowles Street Professional Building, Royal Oak

Barbara Froehlich-Stapleton, L.P.C., L.M.S.W.

Barbara earned her Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of LaVerne, Anchorage, Alaska in 1985. She has worked as an individual practitioner, supervisor and program director. She has a primary interest in working with children and adults who have suffered abuse, neglect and/or sexual abuse, as well as teaching healthy family functioning. Ms. Froehlich-Stapleton is a general practitioner who has provided counseling to individuals, couples, families and groups since 1980.

Phone: (313) 381-0748 (preferred over email contact)
Locations: St. Thomas the Apostle / St. Raphael, Garden City & Our Lady of the Woods, Woodhaven

Thomas Cliff, JD, LMSW

Helping clients to find their strengths is the heart of Tom's commitment. As a pioneer in psychotherapy wrote, "The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are" (Carl Jung). Tom brings to this work: counseling skills, broad life experience, and respect for religious and spiritual beliefs. A range of evidence-based tools, including interpersonal psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and mindfulness enable clients to address anxiety, depression, anger, grief, career disappointments, life transitions, men's issues, and relationship problems. His practice focuses on adults and includes addressing geriatric issues. Tom earned his Master of Social Work degree at Wayne State University following careers in law practice and business.

Phone: (313) 458-7012
Locations: St. Clair Shores Office, St. Clair Shores

Samantha Lederman, M.A., L.L.P.

Ms. Lederman is caring and enthusiastic in her work with children, adolescents, teens and adults of many races, religions and lifestyles. Using a variety of methods in individual, marital, family, and group therapy she assists clients in addressing a wide range of life situations and challenges. Ms. Lederman specializes in addressing anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and parenting/family concerns. She has expertise with children of divorce after completing extensive research for her thesis on the experience of parental divorce.  Ms. Lederman earned her Masters Degree in Clinical and Humanistic Psychology from the Michigan School of Professional Psychology in Farmington Hills, Michigan. She states, "I take great pride helping people find strength in challenging times, to work toward achieving their goals and creating more fulfilling lives.

Phone: (248) 867-0260
Locations: Woodland Office Center, Farmington Hills

Deborah A. McMillan, LMSW

Ms. McMillan brings a wealth of experience and training to her clients. She holds a Masters degree in clinical social work from Wayne State University, and has specialized training and/or experience in the areas of youth & family, grief & loss, anxiety, depression, stress-management, addiction, and family counseling. Ms. McMillan has also worked extensively in the school setting. She works with adults, children and adolescent clients in individual, couple, family and group sessions.

Phone: (248) 229-5245
Locations: St. Edith Church, Livonia & Woodland Office Center, Farmington Hills