2415 Owen Road, Ste. C

Fenton, MI 48430



Therapy Support Centers LLC is proud to serve Fenton, MI and the surrounding communities, offering a wide range of therapy services including counseling and speech and language therapy.  We provide therapy and counseling to families and individuals of all ages.  

Therapy Support Centers is merged with Midwest Behavioral Clinic (MBC). Look for the MBC signage at our Fenton location, but expect the same professional and caring service. MBC also has locations in Highland and Grand Blanc. 


Our Mission

Helping you and your family reach your potential.

Our Team

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Daniel Broughton

MSPC, LPC, QIDP, QMHP, Level-1 Trauma Professional

Daniel has a Master of Science Degree in Professional Counseling and is fully licensed, with full privileges in the State of Michigan. He works with a variety of populations including teens, tweens, men, women and couples. Dan has worked at both the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services in CPS & Adoptions and Genesee County Mental Health in Child & Family Services. He has extensive experience with children, parents and families and the many issues that can occur with them.

Dan has extensive experience in working with clients with various issues including Trauma, Depression, Anxiety, Abuse, Teen Issues, Low Self-Esteem, Substance Use Disorders and more.

Dan believes that counseling should be goal oriented and solution focused towards improving the lives of people and families. He uses a variety of theoretical approaches including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness-Based and Solution-Focused Therapy based on his client’s needs.

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Lyndsay Caldwell


Lyndsay has nearly 20 years of experience as a Speech Language Pathologist.  Lyndsay is a member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and holds licensure by the State of Michigan.  Lyndsay has worked with children of all ages in the public school setting for nearly 20 years. 


Her specialties include:  apraxia and articulation/phonological speech disorders, expressive and receptive language disorders, and stuttering.  She loves working one on one with children in a clinical setting and counseling parents regarding communication disorders. 

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Kathy Cramner


When human beings experience trauma or severe life stressors, it is not uncommon for their lives to unravel. That’s why I am passionate about helping them heal and recover to live safe, happy,and productive lives. I empower individuals, couples, and families to overcome personal pain, suffering, and  obstacles to improve their relationships because seeing people whole and healed matters to me. 

I am passionate about helping people heal and recover to live safe, happy, and productive lives through child, individual, and couples counseling. Using clinically tested and evidenced-based interventions, I have worked with hundreds of individuals, couples, and families since 1997 in various settings, i.e. schools (K-12 and Special ed) in-patient and outpatient psychiatric hospitals, inpatient and outpatient substance abuse clinics, therapy centers and in-home therapy and case management.

I have presented to local organizations on the pressing needs of their communities. I am a licensed professional counselor, with a specialty in marriage and family therapy and addictions in the state of Michigan. I have a Masters degree in Christian Counseling and close to a Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, all from Oral Roberts University. I am also close to acheiving my CAADC, the highest substance abuse credential in the State of Michigan. I have a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work from the University of Michigan-Flint.

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Jennifer Edwards-Mayes


Jennifer has 20 years of experience as a speech and Language Pathologist. She is certified through the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and is licensed by the State of Michigan. Jennifer has worked in both rehabilitation and educational settings with pediatric experience from pre-K through High School. Jennifer works with both children and adults.

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Stacey Gatz


Stacy is our lead board certified behavior analyst, and supervises our team of ABA behavior therapists.


She is a Limited License Psychologist, Certified School Psychologist and Applied Behavior Analyst. Stacy has also completed 150 hours of play therapy training, which includes art therapy and sand tray therapy. She has been conducting psychological and psycho-educational assessments for the last 18 years and has worked with many different clients, including children as young as four, juvenile and adult offenders, couples, and families.


Brandy Huyck


Being a supportive therapist is an important role for those who are seeking guidance with all types of life's struggles. I enjoy working with people who are wanting and willing to make a change for themselves. I have 6+ years of experience with mental health, and have worked with Autism. My main focus is children/ teens aging from 5-17. I have spent the last year working in groups and individual settings within the schools and also working with our elderly population. I am here to service your want or need for change, so lets make you, the better you together.


Michelle Norman


Michelle has a passion for helping others. She earned her first Master of Arts degree in Human Services through Liberty University in 2013. She earned her second Master of Arts degree in Professional Counseling from Spring Arbor University in 2019. Ms. Norman has experience working with clients from birth up to age 95. She has over six years of experience with home visiting, primarily working with children and their families. She completed her internship with the Infant Toddler Treatment Court and the Girls Court program in Genesee County in 2018-2019. Ms. Norman provided brief-focused therapy with seniors ages 55 and older throughout Genesee County for over one year. Ms. Norman presently works full-time as a home-based Infant Mental Health clinician in Shiawassee County.

Ms. Norman has worked part-time with Midwest Behavioral Clinic since September 2019 providing outpatient therapy to children and adolescents at both the Fenton and Grand Blanc locations. Ms. Norman is a board-certified counselor and takes an eclectic approach when working with individuals. She utilizes play therapy with children and follows her client’s lead regarding the therapeutic process. She is warm, genuine, client-centered, and truly wants to help her clients be the best versions of themselves!

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Amy Thompson


Amy is a Limited License Professional Counselor with a Master's Degree in Counseling from Spring Arbor University. She has worked with clients of all ages and applies many different types of therapeutic interventions to help clients find success and accomplish their goals. Amy believes that each therapeutic relationship is as unique as each of her clients and strives to create individualized plans centered around the needs and desires of the client. She has helped many clients throughout the years navigate issues like: depression, anxiety, trauma, self-harm, relationship struggles, family conflict, negative self-image/self-esteem, substance use/abuse, and many others. Upon request, Amy does offer counseling from a Christian perspective as well.