Professional Services for Children and Families:

Ira Glovinsky, Ph.D. -
Psychology
Christine Hogan Henk, MA, CCC - Speech Therapy
Nanci Hester, MS, LMSW - Social Work
Lindsay Buckley Ludtke, MS, OTR/L - Occupational Therapy

7001 Orchard Lake Road Suite 230A  West Bloomfield, MI  48322

Our New Location:

7001 Orchard Lake
Suite 230A
West Bloomfield, MI  48322

Between 14 Mile and Maple
Roads, on the East Side of
Orchard Lake.
Christine Hogan Henk, MA, CCC
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Glovinsky Center proudly provides professional mental health, speech and language, and occupational therapy in the areas in and around West Bloomfield
Michigan including Bloomfield Hills, Birmingham, Novi, Northville, Commerce Township and the metro Detroit area.
Christine Hogan Henk, MA, CCC
Speech Therapy
Christine Hogan Henk is a certified Speech/Language Pathologist and a PhD candidate for
the Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health and Developmental Disorders through the
Interdisciplinary Council for Developmental and Learning Disorders Graduate School.  

Christine has worked extensively with children who display Speech/Language disorders,
delays and challenges.  She also served as the Speech/Language Consultant for The Village
Educational Center, a therapeutic preschool.  

Christine participates in the Multidisciplinary Assessment and Treatment of Autistic Children
through Glovinsky Center for the Child and Family.  She is trained in the use of The Autism
Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS) and has been administering this test for 5 years.  
She has received certification in the Hanen Communication programs; including Learning
Language and Loving It, It Takes Two to Talk, and More than Words.  She is also trained in
Instrumental Enrichment, Links to Language and Fast Forward Auditory Training Programs.  
She has participated in training workshops to assist parents as “communicating partners”.  

Christine has begun the program “Social Skills for Girls Only” to enhance ability for young girls
to form meaningful friendships.  Previously, Christine worked with neurologically impaired
children and adults in inpatient and outpatient hospital settings.