Victoria Cane, Ph.D, LP, Clinical Director of KEBT:

It's hard to believe my journey in mental health work began 20 years ago. I have been lucky to have benefitted from excellent training and mentorship along the way. After years gaining experience in private practice, 2017 saw my dream fulfilled in buying my own building and opening KEBT.  Although I am transitioning to more supervision and administrative work, I continue to be fueled by my work as a therapist. I take a holistic approach to therapeutic work, using the context of culture, personal development, and multiple dimensions of identity. My general theoretical orientation might best be described as cognitive-behavioral underscored by relational and feminist principles. I also specialize in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and incorporate other evidence-based therapies into my work.

In therapy, my aim is to work collaboratively towards client-identified goals. I often incorporate skill-building into sessions in order to help clients with their relationships and learning more effective ways of coping. I enjoy working with a wide range of clients.

My areas of expertise include treatment of eating disorders, LGBTQIA-affirmative therapy, university/college counseling, women's issues, mood disorders, and trauma.

I have advanced training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and regularly incorporate aspects of DBT into my practice including teaching skills aimed at regulating emotion, learning to validate self and others, being mindful, coping with stress, and actively building the life that you want. I am currently certified as a DBT therapist through the founder's certifying body, The DBT-Linehan Board of Certification.

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I hold membership in these organizations:

American Psychological Association

Southwest MI Eating Disorders Association



Tiffany Malory, MA, LLPC:

The best experience I can have as a therapist is to help you reach your ultimate goals and improve your quality of life. I work with adolescents and adults of all ages. My background helping adolescents in crisis and my current work experience assisting those in need find best treatment solutions helps me greatly in private practice.
My training experiences related to Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing, and Trauma-Informed practices allows me to work side-by-side with my clients to identify the core issues and form an action plan together to provide relief quickly.
My work at KEBT includes ongoing training in DBT with board-certified DBT therapist, Victoria Cane. While I do not provide full DBT, I  do incorporate DBT skills into my work to assist in reducing crisis and developing a life worth living.
My flexible weekend schedule allows me to meet the needs of my clients- call to schedule an initial consultation.









Heather Roe, MA, LMSW:

I have been working in the mental health field for nearly 15 years, providing both long-term and community mental health/crisis services. I have always been passionate about people and the human condition and am amazed by the resilience and strength of individuals. I work to help my clients develop skills aimed at decreasing the power of negative emotions and increase the presence of other emotions like joy that are often over-shadowed. I also work to help my clients with mindfulness and acceptance to better navigate life's challenges. In the words of Jon Kabat-Zinn, "you can't stop the waves but you can learn to surf".  I use cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), motivational interviewing, and mindfulness techniques as part of this process and make use of dlalectical behavior therapy (DBT) skills throughout my work. I am intensively trained in DBT and worked for a decade on a comprehensive DBT team. Although not providing DBT at this time, I work with Kalamazoo DBT as a referral therapist to help serve clients needing CBT or DBT-informed help.

I view treatment as a collaborative effort and provide individualized care that considers the client holistically including strengths and resources to work on improving quality of life as soon as possible.

I am excited to be part of KEBT where I can use my experience in multiple evidence based approaches in a private practice setting. I enjoy working with a wide range of clients- adolescent to older adult. I am LGBTQ affirmative. My areas of experience include depression, anxiety, and other mood disorders, ADHD, perinatal, postpartum, and infertility issues, substance use disorders, and chronic pain.

You can contact me directly at 269-888-3950 or















Lindsay McClead, MS, LPC:

My commitment is to support you in positive life change in a non-judgemental, accepting
environment. I believe creating a safe space to explore and heal on the path to self discovery is
essential to growth. Through an empathic and collaborative approach, you will gain insight into
maladaptive patterns to better understand your world better to create the life you want to live.
My areas of experience include dual diagnosis (chemical and mental health), prenatal and postpartum issues, anxiety, depression, life adjustments, self-worth, relationships, and grief.
I work with a wide range of clients- adolescents through adults. My approach to therapy is DBT-informed, which may include
mindfulness and emotion-regulation skills, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT),  and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). My perspective also includes an integration of mind-body connection and wellness through
holistic health including nutrition, exercise, sleep, service, and connection to community.

You may contact me at 269-888-3934 or