• Therapy is about self-acceptance and self-love. It is acknowledging who you are and who you want to be. Pregnancy and parenting bring unique changes that challenge your identity and dramatically affect your relationships. If you find yourself anxious, depressed, fearful or lost, reach out for support. If you're struggling to cope or adjust to the changes, therapy can help. There is no shame in needing support during this time. Babies in arms are welcome. 
    Insurance Accepted: Blue Cross Blue Shield, Blue Care Network, Beacon, Several others pending, Sliding Scale Available
  • Meet Our Clinicians

  • Linsey Higgins, LMSW

    Linsey is a licensed master clinical social worker with specific training in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. She is the mother of two daughters and deeply understands the challenges that pregnancy and parenting bring. She has worked in a wide range of social work settings, in the US and abroad, but as she transitioned into motherhood herself, a passion was born for supporting other pregnant and parenting people. Linsey utilizes a cognitive-behavioral therapy treatment modality which is highly practical and solutions-focused. She has an inclusive view of family, sexuality, and gender, and wants to support families in reaching their own goals. 

  • Mikki Hill, LMSW

    Mikki is a licensed master’s social worker has a Level III Infant Mental Health Endorsement through the Michigan Association of Infant Mental Health.  She has specific training and experience with Perinatal Anxiety and Mood Disorders and attachment relationships between parents and young children.  She has worked in Community Mental Health settings for community at Head Start’s, GSRP’s and preschools for over 10 years.

    Although Mikki’s work in Infant Mental Health and attachment relationships began before she had children, having children only deepened her passion in working with families to strengthen bonding and attachment.

    Other professional certifications include child proofing assessments, through the International Association of Child Safety; and infant massage instructor, through Infant Massage USA.

  • Tiffany Murray, LLMSW

    Life has many transitions that leave us lost, fearful, anxious and confused. The transition into pregnancy and parenthood can be particularly isolating bringing about identity shifts, role confusion and the mourning of what once was with the adjustment to the new norm. No experience in this journey is the same as another, the goal is to understand our own translation of this journey.
    I am a Limited Licensed Master level Clinical Social Worker. I obtained specialized training in maternal mental health from Postpartum Support International, in addition I earned my BSW and MSW from Wayne State University where my concentration was Psychodynamic Social Work.
    I work collaboratively with a multidisciplinary holistic driven team at Natures Playhouse, where we promote maternal mental health care and awareness. We also incorporate the utilization of services to enrich childhood and infant development and the promotion of family bonding.