Superior Care for Mental Health, Brain Injury, Autism, and Substance Misuse. Unwavering Support When Needed Most.
TBI Behavioral & Residential Consultants (TBRC) was founded to provide the community with a variety of client-driven, person-centered services, and programs designed to treat the whole person. Our dedicated team of clinical and business professionals meets the individual at their point of need to develop an action plan of transformation to help them get where they desire. We
provide the tools and resources needed for sustained growth through our day treatment group sessions, as well as in individual therapy where themes, topics, and goals are reinforced.
To provide our clients with uncompromising quality services that help restore and/or enhance individuals and families to good health and meaningful lifestyles. We strive to empower individuals to be in control of their lives and encourage them to use their capabilities.
To be Michigan’s leading professional healthcare provider, dedicated to providing the highest standards of honesty, integrity, excellence, trust, and professionalism to its clients and the community.
Our Core Values
Break through the boundaries of possibilities to achieve maximum results
Bring hope and mental wellness
to those in need
Ensure total client
Follow through on promises
and lead by example
The Journey of the Phoenix
In listening to our clients, we learned that there is a common thread of desiring lasting change, as well as acquiring the tools and strategies to get there and be resilient when the storms come. We understand that everyone is in a different place in their journey and seeking some level of transformation.
We developed our logo to embody transformation—the rebirth of the mythical phoenix. This powerful imagery captures the fight within us all to rise up and be the best version of ourselves.
We here at TBRC want to come alongside you on your journey and provide you with the resources needed to level up.
Here, you will obtain the tools to ELEVATE.
Here, you will
Here, your life will be ENRICHED.
What is Mental Health?
Mental health is the foundation for how our body processes emotions, cognition, learning, behavior, and communication. It affects the way we think, act, and feel, and is essential to our emotional well-being, relationships, and our ability to contribute to the community at large. Properly caring for your mental health is just as important as caring for your physical health.
When someone is struggling with a mental illness or mental health disorder, they are experiencing a significant change in their thinking, emotion, and behavior. These changes can lead to extreme distress and challenges functioning in daily life. A mental health disorder is a treatable medical problem much like diabetes or heart disease. People experience or develop mental health conditions for a variety of reasons, and they can take on different forms and severities.
Since there is still a stigma that surrounds mental health disorders, many individuals have a hard time openly talking about it with others. At TBRC we have created a safe and accepting environment for client's to feel seen and heard. There is no shame in seeking help. We are here to listen to you, learn from you, and we are here to help.
What is a Traumatic Brain Injury?
A Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is an alteration in brain function that is caused by an external force. There are different severities to TBIs and they can be categorized as an open or closed injury. Many TBIs are caused by car accidents, sports injuries, abuse, gunshot wounds, falls, or blast injuries from an explosion to name a few examples. On the other hand, a Non-Traumatic Brain Injury can be caused by internal factors such as a lack of oxygen, exposure to toxins, pressure from a tumor, aneurysms and more.
The symptoms of a TBI vary based on how mild or severe the injury is. Symptoms can include a headache, dizziness, confusion, blurry vision, ringing in the ears, behavioral changes, mood changes, trouble with memory or concentration, loss of coordination, and more.
We offer a variety of services and programs geared towards supporting individuals with a TBI. From our Day Treatment Programs, to Vocational Workshops, we work with individuals to empower them and encourage them to use their own unique capabilities.
What is Autism Spectrum Disorder?
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a serious developmental disorder that impairs a person's ability to communicate and interact. It also impacts the nervous system with a range and severity of symptoms that vary widely. Common symptoms include difficulty with communication and social interactions, obsessive interests, and repetitive behaviors. Early recognition, and behavioral, educational, and family therapies, may reduce symptoms and support development and learning.
According to the Center for Disease Control, ASD begins before the age of 3 and can last throughout a person’s life, although symptoms may improve over time. Some children show ASD symptoms within the first 12 months of life. In others, symptoms may not show up until 24 months of age or later. Some children with ASD gain new skills and meet developmental milestones until around 18 to 24 months of age, and then stop gaining new skills or lose the skills they once had.
TBRC has a team of behavioral specialists and psychologists who are skilled in assessing, diagnosing, and treating autism and many other disorders on the spectrum. We firmly believe every child is valuable and needs a specialized plan to elevate them to achieve their highest potential. We believe in treating the person as a whole rather than just focusing on a diagnosis. We also offer coaching for parents and provide them with a behavioral plan which allows them to enjoy working with their child in a meaningful and productive way. Please give us a call to learn more, or chat with our specialist through our chat portal.
What is Substance Misuse?
Substance misuse is the continued use of substances, such as alcohol, illegal drugs, and prescription medications, despite negative consequences. Substance misuse can also be the result of a neurological impairment that leads to such behaviors.
Continued substance misuse can eventually develop into a substance use disorder. A substance use disorder is a chronic progressive disease that is characterized by the following physical and psychological symptoms we call the five “Cs:”
Loss of Control
Continued Use Despite Consequences
With the proper support and professional guidance, substance misuse and substance use disorders are treatable. TBRC is a licensed substance use disorder organization. We have compassionate and knowledgable substance use professionals and programs that support individuals in recovering from substance misuse and achieving their goals.
Monday-Friday: 8am to 5pm
Evening hours are available by appointment with select therapists only. We also offer telehealth sessions, call our office to learn more.
34841 Veterans Plaza, Wayne, MI 48184
TBI Behavioral & Residential Consultants serves clients throughout the metropolitan areas of Detroit and Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti.