Ms. Kidd is a Licensed Master Social Worker who provides individual, couples and family therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. She treats a variety of conditions including mood disorders, oppositional defiant disorder, PTSD, anxiety, anger management, parent/child conflict, marital and family issues, depression, post-partum depression, social skills, career counseling and life coaching. Ms. Kidd has a wealth of experience working with at-risk youth, teen pregnancy, LGBTQ, child and family treatment, child learning/behavior challenges, school issues and trauma. She engages with an empathic, non-judgmental approach while focusing on solution and/or strengths-based interventions to treatment. Ultimately, she is passionate about working with “people” to support and assist with resolving personal and/or familial conflict. Ms. Kidd is familiar with foster care and reunification systems as a support worker/therapist along with fostering children as a foster parent. She has engaged therapeutic services to blended families along with parenting in a blended family. Having worked as a hospital case manager for 6 years she is also fluent in elder care services, end of life care and counseling. She is a school social worker treating special need elementary students along with preschool children’s developmental and emotional needs. Ms. Kidd completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Services from Adrian College and her MSW from Loyola University Chicago. She is also a member of the Michigan Association of School Social Workers.