About Us

Lindsay-Rose Dykema, MD, MPH


I have over 10 years of experience as a board-certified psychiatrist. I work with adults (currently telehealth only) with mood disorders, psychotic disorders, or anxiety/trauma-related disorders. I am a part-time law student and am especially interested in working with people who have had ties to the criminal justice system. I am also board-certified in Lifestyle Medicine, and I enjoy working with people who are interested in improving their physical wellness through interventions such as nutrition, yoga, mindfulness meditation, positive psychology, and physical activity.

I identify as queer, and my practice will always be a safe and affirming space for the LGBTQ community.


Undergraduate: University of Michigan, French and Francophone Studies
Graduate: University of Michigan Medical School; University of Michigan School of Public Health
Residency: Columbia University, New York, NY
Fellowship: Veterans Affairs Interprofessional Fellowship on Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Recovery Services, Durham, NC

Kelsey Taylor


I received my Bachelors of Science in Communication Technology from Eastern Michigan University in 2016, specializing in video and graphic communication, and I am currently pursuing a master’s degree in Health Education. Fitness and wellness have always been my passions. Throughout my undergraduate education, I became a yoga teacher, massage therapist, and a personal trainer. I have experience in pain-free movement, functional and mobility training. I am also certified in Mindful Resilience for Trauma Recovery, an evidence-informed, clinically-tested yoga program that was developed specifically for veterans recovering from post-traumatic stress and other psychological difficulties.

I was a competitive athlete from a young age, starting as a gymnast. I understand how movement and and taking care of the physical body is a key aspect to overall health and well-being, and I have special interest in cultivating mental and emotional health through physical health.

Certifications include:

  • American Council on Exercise (ACE) Certified Personal Trainer
  • Massage Therapist
  • RYT200 Yoga Teacher
  • Mindful Resilience for Trauma Recovery
  • First Aid/CPR

Sarah Hively, Intake Coordinator


I have worked as a youth peer support specialist since 2017, and became certified in September 2018. I work with youth ages 14-18 and have special interest in LGBTQ+ youth, as well as integrated holistic care. I’m especially passionate about integrating mindfulness and yoga interventions into mental health. I hold certifications in children & teen yoga (March 2019) and trauma-informed yoga (September 2018), and I am a 200 hour registered yoga teacher (July 2019). I reside in Michigan with my partner. In my free time you can find me raising butterflies, meticulously organizing my planner, cooking, or trying to read through the dozens of library books I have ambitiously checked out.


Undergraduate: Washtenaw Community College, Wayne State School of Social Work (Class of 2023)
Fellowship: Planned Parenthood/Change Corps Summer of Defiance