Theodore Densley, MD has been in practice in the Greater Detroit area for over 38 years. He received his medical training at Pennsylvania State University, Hershey, Pennsylvania. He completed his internship, Residency and Fellowship training at HFH. Dr. Densley is Board-Certified in Internal Medicine. He continues to practice in a broad range of clinical settings. Dr. Densley also serves as a collaborating physician of Dr. James White Jr. with: Michigan Department of Corrections, First Behavioral Choice, Mental Health Michigan, and D-Care programs.
Dr. James White, Jr. is a Nurse Practitioner/Clinical Specialist, and LMSW Social Worker with licensure/registration in all three specialties. He is Board Certified by the State of Michigan and American Nurses Association (ANA) as an Adult Registered Nurse Practitioner & Clinical Specialist. He is board certified as both a Nurse Practitioner (NP) and Clinical Specialist in adult psychiatric and mental health.
According to the International Council of Nurses, an NP/Advanced Practice Nurse is “a registered nurse who has acquired the expert knowledge base, complex decision-making skills and clinical competencies for expanded practice.” Nurse practitioners work together with other health care professionals to provide optimal care and treatment for patients and their families.
Dr.White’s interests include holistic intervention with children, adolescents, adults, and geriatrics. He has over thirty years of experience in delivering psychiatric services to various populations. He served as the Executive Director for Detroit Health Care for the Homeless, Inc. & other healthcare agencies.
Stephen White is a graduate from the University of Detroit-Mercy with a Bachelors of Science in Nursing. With over twenty years experience in healthcare, Stephen has worked as a Registered Nurse/Emergency Room Technician in Emergency Rooms, Intensive Care Units and Psychiatric settings. Stephen has extensive experience in critical care with an emphasis on neurological disorders and closed-head injuries. He maintains a firm grasp on treatment regimes of critical care patients and is experienced with quantitative EEG’s and Neuro-biofeedback.
Dr. Terry L. Whyte Jr. has been working in human services for sixteen years. Dr. Whyte has extensive experience in both family practice medicine as well as behavioral medicine. He teaches undergraduate and graduate nursing students at both Davenport University and University of Michigan where he has maintained his status as Associate Professor of Nursing for the past eight years. His other related practice experience include treatment of individuals with autistic spectrum disorders, both adults, children and seniors.