Family Consultants 2016-17
Linda Kreger, Ph.D
Linda Kreger received a BS in Special Education of Emotional Impairment/Psychology focus, MS in Educational Psychology/Early Childhood focus, and PhD in Educational Psychology/Child Development and Disorder focus from the University of Michigan. Her training--including developmental and psychoanalytic approaches--and early professional work was at UM Children's Psychiatric Hospital. She then worked with children in preschool and other settings, and coordinated a federally-funded ISMRRD/UM project that trained teams in the Midwest to treat youngsters exhibiting various exceptionalities within developmental approaches. Linda later taught in university departments of Psychology, Child Care, Special Education and Educational Psychology, alongside research, publication, presentation and committee work. She hosted a weekly radio program about childhood issues. Linda now consults with individuals, and early childhood, school and other agencies. She is excited to be part of Allen Creek's supportive, cooperative community approach. She lives in Ann Arbor with her family. Linda enjoys music, art, theater, reading and the company of good friends.
Nicole Buller, MSW
Nicole received her MSW from the University of Michigan School of Social Work in 2012 with concentrations in Interpersonal Practice and Mental Health. She trained as an intern and is serving as a Post-MSW Fellow at the University of Michigan Psychological Clinic. As a clinical social worker, she practices psychotherapy with adults, couples and groups using an integrative approach incorporating psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, attachment and systems theories. She supervises social work student interns and participates in outreach efforts to raise awareness about common mental health concerns and to provide free mental health screenings. She is a former Allen Creek Preschool parent and is delighted to serve as Family Consultant. She lives with her family in Dexter and enjoys music, biking, cross-country skiing, camping, and sharing delicious food with family and friends.
Corie Gould, PhD
Corie received her doctorate from the American School of Professional Psychology, Argosy University San Francisco Bay Area Campus. She completed her pre and post doctoral training in psychodynamic child therapy at the Ann Martin Center in Emeryville, CA. There, she worked with children and families in school settings and an outpatient clinic. She recently opened a private practice in Ann Arbor providing psychotherapy as well as psychological assessments to children, adolescents, and adults. She lives in Ferndale and her hobbies include traveling, enjoying the arts such as music and theater, making jewelry, outdoor activities such as hiking, paddle boarding, and cross-country skiing, and spending time with her dog Lillie.