• Treat ALL individuals equally and with respect
• Respect your confidentiality and privacy
• Provide exceptional quality services
• Affordable care
• Promote good mental health
• Provide collaboration, when needed, for the community
• Provide emergency care for the community during a crisis
• Provide educational material and other human services to
individuals in need
• Promote continued education and certifications
• Provide a safe, pleasant and productive work environment
• Recruit extraordinary individuals with like-mindedness
Statement of Faith
Our love for serving and ministering to people of all creeds, nationalities, and walks of life resulted in the formation of Crossing Paths. We believe GOD has chosen us to share HIS goodness to everyone, to help the brokenhearted, and to liberate the captives who are bound. We proclaim that the Lord is our Counselor and Comforter, who gives beauty for ashes, oil of joy for mourning, and the garment of praise for heaviness so that ALL may become like trees planted by the river that brings life and life abundantly.
• No one else has had YOUR experiences that led YOU to counseling. Our goal is to hear what YOU are saying in a setting free of
guilt and judgment. We welcome everyone who desires to cross our path. We want to help understand where YOU are and where
YOU want to be.
• Be YOUR own success story! Life is for the living and sometimes we must purposefully choose to re-enter life again and again.
You can do it and we want to help YOU!
Crossing Paths was established in 2016. We brought together a team of professionals who we feel bring light to dark places. Their accumulative years of experience and knowledge is unequal to those who serve around us. We chose a professional staff with extremely high standards of care and specialties. Both owners, Rebecca (Becky) Field and Marilee Trombley, have experience as previous business owners. They strive to constantly improve the future of Crossing Paths. Becky comes from a legal background as well as a business owner. Marilee comes from a Charitable executive past, working with a hospital in Haiti. She also co-owned a large therapy office in Warren. Both women are widows who have suffered tragedy but chose to move forward as survivors.
Who provides the services? Exceptionally qualified and licensed individuals with the State of Michigan. All our staff’s licensing can be found on the following website: https://w2.lara.state.mi.us/VAL/License/Search
Is my service confidential? In most cases, YES! We follow the national code of ethics for each profession. We will only break confidentiality in extreme cases where a client informs us they are considering harming themselves or someone else. Additionally, we would break confidentiality
if a client tells us there is a high risk of a serious crime.
Questions/Concerns? Crossing Paths strives to be customer-focused and responsive to your questions and concerns. If you have problems or are
not satisfied we want to hear from you. Please call the office and ask for Marilee or Becky at 586-884-4714.