Pamela Bush is the owner of Bedford Behavioral Health. Pamela is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She graduated from Spring Arbor University in 2010 with her Master’s Degree.
I am Shanon Bostater, I have been with BBH since 2016 and I am proud to be a part of this incredible practice. I provide both clinical counseling and art therapy for my clients, allowing each person the ability to guide us through the session with what feels best for them. I work hard to hold space for every client in a way that feels authentic and true to who they are and what they need in the present moment.
I personally find that practicing yoga, breathing and meditation for my own self-care and restorative balance, offers me the ability to remain better connected with others, allowing me to be more present and focused with my clients. I love working with teens, adults, and couples to navigate through some of life’s hardest moments as well as identifying how to feel more balanced within ourselves.
Kimberly Clark graduated from the University of Toledo in 2004 with a BA in Psychology and in 2011 with a Master’s in Social Work.
During her education she spent time interning with a school program for emotionally and behaviorally challenged children as well as in the forensic unit of an Ohio hospital.
Kimberly is dually licensed in the states of Michigan and Ohio. She spent the first several years of her career as a clinical social worker working with those with eating disorders in the outpatient, partial hospitalization, and residential settings. In 2014, she branched out into private practice and has been a part of the BBH team since 2018. Current areas of concentration include anxiety, depression, relationships, sexual issues, parenting, and life transitions- ages 16 and older.
Recently Kimberly began to pursue the Sex and Couples Therapy certification through an AASECT approved program. She looks forward to bringing this new skill set and knowledge to the population that she serves.
Kimberly knows that the most important piece of therapy is building therapeutic rapport and trust and works hard to make sure that her clients feel safe and heard when in her presence. Open communication, boundaries, vulnerability, and supportive feedback will be the foundations of building this rapport as you begin the therapeutic journey together.
Trisha graduated from Georgia School of Professional Psychology Argosy University in 2011 with a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and from Albion College with an undergraduate degree in Psychology in 2007. Since graduation, she has worked in different settings providing behavioral health care to clients with general mental health concerns, substance use, eating disorders, and persistent mental health diagnoses. Trisha focuses on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy interventions to work with clients to support them in improving their quality of life. Every client has their own story to tell, Trisha believes that by meeting her clients where they are emotionally and taking the journey of betterment with them, she can help empower and facilitate change.