We are happy to announce our new Board Member Tracey Stulberg!
Tracey Stulberg, Ph.D. founded the Birmingham Family Therapy Clinic, Inc. in 1988. and her non-profit the Michigan Restorative Justice Project, in 2012. For the past 35 years Dr. Stulberg has provided systemic, trauma-informed therapy and restorative justice to survivors, offenders, and families healing from sexual abuse, physical violence/fatalities, human trafficking, and severe neglect. In addition, she works with court mandated and attorney referred clients (children and parents) dealing with high-conflict relationships, pre- and post-divorce, reunification, blended family, and parental alienation issues.
Dr. Stulberg holds a B.A. in psychology from Michigan State Universitya M.A. in Clinical psychology from Stephen F Austin State University; and a PhD in marriage and family therapy from Texas Tech University. She is a clinical fellow and approved supervisor for American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. She is also a member of the Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force and the Michigan Inter-Professional Association on Marriage-Divorce and the Family. Dr. Stulberg has published, presented on and received both federal and state grants working with issues of marriage and the family including family violence, restorative justice, sexual abuse, and human trafficking.
Dr. Stulberg is honored to be a board member of ELEM. She hopes to help ELEM be recognized in the U.S. for its exceptional work with youth in distress in Israel.