About the ADHD Center of West Michigan
The ADHD Center of West Michigan has curated a team designed to help you show up to life with your “A” game. We all either have ADHD, or our lives have been affected by it, so we understand the nuances and frustrations that come with this diagnosis. It’s why we don’t have a one-size-fits-all approach.
We start with where you are, and then we help you get to where you want to be.
Our mission is to help you (and your loved ones) build understanding, learn effective strategies, and develop new skills to live with ADHD effectively.
Because ADHD is our sole focus, we’re trained to skillfully walk with you on this journey and we’ll do our best to match your needs with the team member(s) best suited to help.
Meet our team
Tamara Rosier, Ph.D.
Founder & ADHD Coach
Dr. Tamara Rosier has been a college administrator, professor, leadership consultant and high school teacher. As an ADHD coach, she works with her clients to identify their ADHD thinking traps and create lasting change in their lives. She also facilitates meaningful discussions among families affected by ADHD to improve communication and relationships.
As the founder of the ADHD Center of West Michigan, Dr. Rosier leads a team of ADHD specialists who help their clients build understanding, learn effective strategies, and develop new skills to live well with ADHD.
She is also a popular conference and keynote speaker, a frequent guest on podcasts, president of the ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO), and author of Your Brain’s Not Broken: Strategies for Navigating Your Emotions and Life with ADHD,
Becky Bell, M.ED, CACP
Becky focuses on each client’s unique strengths and guides them in using those strengths to reach their goals. Her personal and professional experiences with ADHD provide insight as she helps clients navigate the social, emotional and academic challenges that non-typical learners and their families face.
Because ADHD often goes hand-in-hand with other coexisting conditions, Becky’s special education background is invaluable when working with clients who also struggle with reading and language learning disabilities, processing disorders, anxiety, sensory issues, OCD and autism spectrum disorders.
Becky is a graduate of JST Coaching and Training, with an emphasis on coaching teens and college students with ADHD. She is a Certified ADHD Coach and a member of the national ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO).
Becky is a SAFE ZONE trainee/member offering a supportive and affirming environment for all individuals.
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ADHD Relationship Coach
Robin helps both couples and non-ADHD spouses identify and navigate the challenges of ADHD in their relationship. She guides clients to not only discover practical ways to improve communication and create mutual goals, but also to experience more hope and freedom in their most important relationships.
Robin holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications, along with certifications in leadership and ADHD support education. She has enjoyed 30 years of teaching individuals, leading small groups, and speaking to a wide range of children, teens and adults. Robin also enjoys travel, design, and seeing the beauty of life with her family—three of whom have an ADHD diagnosis.
Saralyn Rubsam, MA, CCC-SLP
Speech Language Pathologist
Saralyn has a passion for working with children and adults with communication disorders, ADHD and learning differences. As a speech-language pathologist, she specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of oral, written and cognitive communication disorders. She identifies and treats challenges related to expressive language, processing, dyslexia, reading comprehension and writing.
Saralyn has worked in private practice, schools, hospitals and as a clinical educator and supervisor. She has successfully worked with individuals to improve attention, working memory, social pragmatic and executive functioning skills. She provides strategies that target and enhance communication, educational and vocational performance across settings.
Saralyn holds a Master’s degree in Communicative Sciences and Disorders, a Certificate of Clinical Competence by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and is licensed in several states. She also holds an elementary education teaching certification and is a Certified Provider of Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy (CPCRT). She is an active member of the Michigan Speech-Language Hearing Association and the International Dyslexia Association.
Noelle Lynn, LLMSW, ADHD-CCPS
Noelle is a licensed clinical social worker who specializes in the treatment of ADHD and related disorders. She believes that through targeted therapeutic interventions, people with ADHD can see significant improvement in their lives.
Noelle focuses on addressing the internal impact of ADHD on who we are and how we think about ourselves. She uses her skills as a therapist to work on the deep issues that ADHD causes, working to heal wounds from the past, process grief, and overcome shame and trauma.
Noelle is currently pioneering the use of EMDR to improve ADHD symptoms. She is also well-versed in CBT, DBT, solution-focused and narrative therapies and uses what best meets the needs of each client.
Bill has a passion for seeing people grow in every aspect of their lives. He strives to use his personal experience with ADHD to provide insights to clients and help them improve and succeed. He understands firsthand how ADHD affects one’s life. Always wanting to learn more, he continues his coaching education on a regular basis.
Bill has served as youth intern and youth pastor at several churches and has extensive experience working with a large faith-based camp. He loves connecting with people, playing board games, and spending time with his wife Lisa and their children.
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Beth loves supporting her clients in developing awareness, skills, and strategies to help them achieve their personal and professional goals. In addition to her training, Beth applies her personal experiences with ADHD to help guide her coaching. As a mom of two young adults with ADHD and diagnosed herself, she has seen the damage of what shame does in the life of someone who has ADHD.
She has a naturally curious nature and loves to continue learning and growing. Beth holds a bachelor of arts degree in sociology from GVSU. She was the founder and co-director of a local non-profit for 18 years. Beth is also a certified enneagram coach.
Beth works with individuals of all ages but especially enjoys supporting college-age students and women diagnosed as an adult.
Additionally Beth offers Virtual Organizing for those ADHD clients needing help organizing spaces and creating systems that work for them. Following and maintaining popular organizing trends can be a struggle for those with ADHD. Beth delights in co-creating plans that bring peace and harmony to her clients lives.
ADHD Academic Coach
As an academic and ADHD coach, Gena combines her experiences in the classroom with her knowledge of ADHD to enable middle school, high school and college students to navigate the educational world successfully. Her teaching experience gives her a unique perspective that enables her to help students bridge the disconnect between the rigid, traditional structure of the school setting and their individual academic needs. Her goal is always to help students find joy in school and life.
Gena was a high school English teacher for 31 years. During this time, she found her passion for helping students with diverse intellectual curiosities and varying academic needs find their potential, manage the school system, and build self-confidence. She spent much of her teaching career working with students who struggled to find success in school. Many of these students were highly intelligent but did not fit the mold that the school expects of students.
Gena holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in secondary education, English, and psychology from Grand Valley State University and a Master of Arts degree in curriculum and instruction from Boise State University. She is a graduate of ACA Coach Academies and is a Certified Professional Academic Coach and an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) through the International Coaching Federation (ICF). She is also a member of the National ADHD Coaches Organization (ACO).
She loves animals and spends much of her personal time working in animal rescue, running the local trails with her rescue dogs, and trying to be a good cat mom to her crazy rescue cat. In her down time, Gena enjoys spending time with her husband anywhere with sun, sand, and water.
ADHD Medication Education Coach
Medication education and management is Kaleigh Goehler’s focus at The ADHD Center. She is a registered nurse who works closely with her clients. She helps them figure out which ADHD symptoms to address, find the best medication to fit their needs, and then assesses if they are meeting those goals.
Before coming to the ADHD Center, Kaleigh worked as a Care Manager at a pediatric office, doing much of the same work. She taught children of all ages and their parents about the medication prescribed, helping them manage ADHD, anxiety, and depression symptoms. She has experience working with adult and pediatric populations since graduating from Davenport University.
“Watching a client finally feel the full benefits of the right medication is one of my favorite parts of my job!” Kaleigh says.
In her spare time, Kaleigh enjoys reading, eating popcorn, camping with s’mores, and going on adventures with her husband and 2 kids.
Chelsea believes that every student has unique strengths. She loves helping them find those strengths and hone their skills to improve their day-to-day experiences. In addition, she knows how it feels to have ADHD; She understands the importance of managing ADHD symptoms so that individuals can have the lives they want.
Her experiences as a college athlete, high school teacher, marketing professional, and tennis coach have given her insight into meeting clients where they are and inspiring them to new heights. She specializes in working with athletes, helping them find joy and high performance in their sports.
In her personal life, Chelsea loves to go on runs, play tennis, coach girls’ high school tennis team, travel, waterski, and be on Lake Michigan as much as possible.
An avid reader, she always seeks to educate herself to serve others better.
Chelsea is fluent in Spanish.
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Aleece believes that while having ADHD has its challenges, it can also be a gift. She loves helping clients discover their innate strengths and how to use those in their personal and professional lives. She knows how it feels to have ADHD and the struggles it brings. Her experience in the corporate world gives her particular insight into the challenges of having ADHD in that environment. She works with her clients to embrace their unique abilities while developing tools to help them manage the areas where they struggle.
Aleece has a bachelors of social work and a commitment to continued education. She enjoys reading and learning about the latest studies and new ways to help others grow. She is dedicated to helping her clients achieve their goals while learning to love themselves along the way.