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.
Ira Glovinsky, Ph.D.
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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.
Ira Glovinsky, Ph.D.
Psychology
Ira Glovinsky is a licensed psychologist with a background in psychology and special education. He
graduated from The University of Michigan with a Ph.D. in Special Education with a specialty in
emotional impairments in children and then went on to receive his license in psychology.

Dr. Glovinsky is presently on the Ph.D. faculty of the Interdisciplinary Center for Developmental and
Learning Disorders Graduate Program where he teaches courses in Human Development and
Individual Differences. He is also the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs for the ICDL Graduate
Program. Dr. Glovinsky worked closely with Dr. Stanley Greenspan and published two books on
Bipolar Patterns in Children and Moodswings in Young Children with Dr. Greenspan. He has
published articles on pediatric bipolar disorder in refereed journals.

Dr. Glovinsky’s background includes work in neonatal intensive care and in early intervention for
preschool aged children with emotional disturbances. He has directed two clinical preschool
programs including one at Hawthorn Center, a children’s psychiatric hospital in Northville, Michigan
and The Village Education Center formerly in Berkley, Michigan.

Dr. Glovinsky also has a specialty in autism spectrum disorders and is certified in Developmentally
Based, Individual Difference, Relationship Based (DIR) treatment. He is on the faculty of the ICDL
Institute and does supervision and training of professionals. He is one of two professionals to be
certified in DIR in Michigan.

Dr. Glovinsky’s background also includes teaching emotionally impaired children and gifted children
in New York City. He is a Fellow of the Michigan Psychological Association and a member of the
American Psychological Association and Society for Research in Child Development.