Jessica holds a Bachelor of Social Work from the Central Michigan University and a Master of Social Work from the Michigan State University. After graduating, Jessica spent several years working with children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) providing 1-1 applied behavioral analysis therapy. Jessica provides individual therapy focused on the treatment of emotional and mental health challenges experienced by adults, adolescents, and children. She utilizes an eclectic approach of cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectal behavioral therapy, mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy, and play therapy. She believes in taking a holistic integrative approach by supporting the mind and body. Jessica has special interest in supporting clients during pregnancy, postpartum, and infertility. She also enjoys working with parents who have children with ASD. Jessica has completed specialized training in infertility, pregnancy loss, and reproductive trauma and dialectal behavioral therapy. 

Areas of Expertise:

  • Individual therapy: 
    • Anxiety Disorders
    • Depression Disorders
    • Autism Spectrum Disorder
    • Supporting clients through pregnancy, postpartum, infertility, and reproductive loss

Anne holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin and a Master of Social Work from the University of Michigan. She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers and is qualified in the NASW Academy of Social Workers. Anne has worked in a variety of environments, including outpatient psychotherapy settings and substance abuse facilities. Additionally, she has been a medical social worker for various organizations, specializing in helping individuals, couples, and families impacted by various health challenges, chronic pain, substance abuse, and other health related concerns.

Areas of Expertise:
• Individual and Couples Counseling
• Substance abuse and dependence
• Chronic illness/pain

Tracy is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has been working with families and individuals for many years.  In 2015 she received her Master’s of Arts in Counseling, and has continued to help families and individuals in crisis and in their recovery from trauma, family dysfunction, and relationship distress.  She specializes in working with teens and adults, as well as couples who want to enhance their relationship success.

She has a long history of working with individuals who have experienced trauma. She finds that unresolved trauma creates anxiety, depression, and relationship difficulties. Her philosophy is that the act of sharing life experiences with another is a healing process and can often create profound changes in mood management and the resolution of anxiety. She offers trauma-informed counseling services and specializes in relationship and family restoration.

She sees the counseling relationship as a collaborative effort. Most individuals, at one time or another, find themselves in extra-ordinary situations. Having the opportunity to process and share your experiences allows one to adopt new perspectives and work towards change and growth.  In addition to trauma-informed treatment, she utilizes a mixture of cognitive behavioral therapy and client centered treatment for those with anxiety and mood disorders.

Areas of Expertise:
• Post-traumatic stress disorder
• Domestic and Sexual Violence recovery
• Women's Issues
• Marriage and Family issues
• Anxiety and Depression


Dr. Olsen has over 20 years of experience working within the pediatric population performing neuropsychological evaluations, assisting in program development within the school setting, and providing outpatient psychotherapeutic services to children and their families. He holds a Doctorate of Psychology from The Union Institute in Cincinnati, Ohio, holds a Master of Arts degree in pediatric psychology, and he is a Licensed Pediatric Neuropsychologist who has served on staff at various social services agencies as a counselor where he provided counseling services and support to individuals with a variety of mental health concerns.

Areas of Expertise:

• Neuropsychological testing       • Closed head injury traumas           
• Pediatric counseling                 • An advocate of rights in school settings 

Harrison R. Gloss, LLMSW



Delta Psychological is a privately owned counseling, consulting and behavioral sciences clinic founded in 2005. Our office is located in Bay City Michigan, and our clients are comprised of all cultural, racial and economic backgrounds.

Tracy Rainey, ​PhD, LPC

Jessica Lowe, MSW, LLMSW

Jim received his Master’s degree in social work from Eastern Michigan University, in 2000, and he received his Bachelor’s degree in social work from Saginaw Valley State University, in 1998. Jim has worked in the field of human service since 1989. He started his career in child welfare. Jim has worked with juvenile delinquents and children in foster care. His child welfare experience included working with groups in residential facilities, families, and he was a foster care worker. Jim has been certified and licensed since 1999, both in Michigan and Nevada. He has been a private practice therapist since 2004. Jim has also worked in psychiatric hospitals and has been a clinical director with several agencies in Las Vegas, Nevada. Client populations included, adolescents, adults, elderly, families, and military personnel. Jim currently works with children and adults, ranging from early adolescence to the elderly. (12-year-olds and up).

Areas of Expertise:
• Child Welfare (Including juvenile justice and foster care)
• Sexual Abuse Victims
• Domestic Violence
• Autistic Spectrum Disorders
• Mood Disorders
• Anxiety Disorders
• Trauma
• Personality Disorders

Harrison earned his Bachelors in Art’s and Behavioral Sciences from Saginaw Valley State University in 2016, majoring Psychology and minoring in Sociology. Additionally, he also acquired his Master’s in Social Work in an advanced generalist program in 2019 from the same institute as well.  In 2015, he began working in a shelter care facility with both pre-adolescents and adolescents, contributing to all their daily educational, recreational, and health needs. In 2018, Harrison began working for a homeless and runaway youth shelter providing services to youth who had left the agency yet still needed additional services upon their exit. Currently, along with working at Delta Psychological and Neurobehavior, he supervises the Case Management department at the agency previously mentioned.

Areas of Expertise:
• Individual Therapy
• Depression
• Anxiety
• Social Skills