Great Lakes is currently having telemed appointments via zoom or online at this time.


Dr. BatterbeeKevin Batterbee, D.O. - Board Certified Psychiatrist - Michigan Medical Director, Great Lakes TTC, LLC.

Dr. Kevin Batterbee is a well-known area physician who will be providing medication management utilizing our state of the art tele-video conferencing suite. The advancements of technology allow private streaming video sessions in the Petoskey location with on-site staff to assist as a contact point for daily needs. Dr. Batterbee’s educational background consists of undergraduate studies from Michigan Tech University, Medical Education - Michigan State University, internship at Ingham Regional Medical Center/Michigan, and residency at Michigan State University – Dept. of Psychiatry. He specializes in adult psychiatry and also treats adolescents 14 + years with the ability to evaluate clients and to determine whether or not symptoms are the result of a medical or mental illness or combination. Dr. Batterbee’s extended schooling period involves comprehensive training in psycho-pharmacology, medical care issues, psychiatric diagnosis, and psychotherapies.


ADAnthony DiLoreto, DNP, PMHNP-BC.

Anthony is a board certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. He is joining the practice with a wide variety of experience within the mental health field. He graduated with his bachelors of science in nursing from the University of Detroit Mercy. He then went on to Wayne State University to complete his masters degree of science in nursing with specialization in mental health. Anthony has also completed his Docotrate in Nursing Practice and continues to strengthen his skill set in mental health with achievements in educational growth and evidence based sciences. Since then, he has had extensive experience in providing inpatient and outpatient mental health treatment, as well as providing home health care services for those with mental illness. He has served as a mental health consultant for oncology services, pain, palliative care, and hospice programs, also providing inpatient mental health education. He is passionate about reducing the stigma associated with mental illness and providing integrative mental health treatment. He is currently enrolled in the doctorate of nursing practice program at the University of Michigan-Flint. He resides in Rochester, Michigan with his wife, two sons and labradoodle. New patients are being accepted at this time for adolescent and adult medication management!


k herrimanKristen Herriman, LPC.

Kristen is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 20 years of experience. She obtained her Masters in Professional Counseling from Central Michigan University in 1998. She also has a Bachelor's Degree in Education from CMU and a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from Grand Valley State University. Kristen specializes in youth and adolescents, individual and couples therapy, parenting issues/co-parenting, depression and anxiety, LGBTQ+  as well as grief and loss. She uses a variety of techniques including play therapy, CBT, reality therapy, interpersonal and integrative therapy. Her 20+ years has given her knowledge and resources to help families navigate the struggles of school and learning while dealing with things such as ADD/ADHD, and other diagnosis that can pose a daily challenge. Her professional goals include helping her clients achieve a more stress free and fulfilling life and setting and achieving goals. Kristen is accepting clients ages 4 and up.



derekDerek Johnson, MSW, LMSW CEO Great Lakes TTC, LLC.

A native of Northern Michigan, Mr. Johnson completed his undergraduate studies at Madonna University and graduate studies in social work at Michigan State University, both with highest honors. Derek is 1 out of 10 certified family psycho-education educators for the state of Michigan. He is a consultant and trainer to other providers for evidence based practice. He has over 13 years of experience working directly with clients and their family members coping with situational stressors, substance abuse, crisis intervention and mental illness.





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