Graduate Student Clinicians

We provide internship opportunities to graduate students at local universities to facilitate their own learning as well as providing access to mental health care at a rate that may not otherwise be affordable to members of our community. Our graduate student clinicians are able to provide services on a sliding scale and are also able to meet with certain individuals covered by Medicaid. Message Us for more information!

Stephen Behan, BA, CADC

Stephen received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology degree in 2011 from the University of Michigan and is currently a second year MSW student at the University of Michigan. He became a Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor through the State of Michigan in 2014 and has spent several years working with people in recovery from substance use disorders.

Stephen’s clinical interests include life transitions, grief and loss, and mental health from a strengths-based perspective. He utilizes modalities from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) as well as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

In his free time, he likes spending time outdoors, playing board games with his friends, and lounging with his dog, Mimi.

Andrew Benjamin, BS

Andrew received his Bachelor of Science from Michigan State University in 2022 and is currently studying as an MSW student at the University of Michigan with an emphasis on interpersonal practices in integrated health, mental health, & substance use disorders.

Andrew’s focus is LGBTQ affirming and his clinical interests include trauma, anxiety, depression, attachment, compulsions, and substance use concerns. He is interested in various modalities including Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

In his free time, Andrew enjoys making music, hiking, camping, and is an avid fly-fisher.