Dr. Lucetry B. Dalton

Dr. Lucetry B. Dalton


Areas of Focus
  • Adolescence
  • Anger
  • Body Image
  • Caregiver Support
  • College/Work Stress
  • Couples/Relationships
  • Depression/Anxiety
  • Divorce
  • Drug/Alcohol
  • Family/Parenting
  • Grief/Loss
  • Health & Wellness
  • Law Enforcement/Military
  • LGBTQ+
  • Men (Gender-Specific Care)
  • Middle Aged
  • Quit Smoking
  • Rehabilitation
  • Seniors (65+)
  • Sexuality
  • Sleep
  • Spirituality/Faith
  • Stress Management
  • Trauma/PTSD
  • Weight
  • Women (Gender-Specific Care)
  • Young Adult
Gender: Female

License No. and State:

License No. State
6301018016 Michigan

Professional Statement

***Please send me a message via the number above or Session Sync if interested in Booking an Appointment.

“Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful part of us.” ~David Richo

I offer virtual telehealth psychotherapy services utilizing an evidence-based integrative therapeutic approach based on the individualized clinical need of the patient. My sessions tend to be very interactive, engaging, and collaborative with a touch of humor and fun as appropriate. I enjoy learning just as much from my patients as they learn from me and offer a safe, secure, trusting, & judgement free zone to my patients where they can be their true authentic selves and say whatever is on their mind, as they will get the same in return from me. I typically suggest "therapeutic homework assignments" that are often brief & enjoyable in nature, but also challenging with the purpose of encouraging the patient to engage in some deep self-reflection, critical thinking, & cognitive reframing and learning to view situations and people from various perspectives. Although patients may present with similar presenting problems, I do not treat no two people exactly the same and my therapeutic approach is tailored to each individual based on their personality, interests, & clinical need.

"We are here to listen…not to work miracles…
We are here to help people discover what they are feeling, not to make the feelings go away…
We are here to help people identify their options, not to decide for them what they need to do…
We are here to discuss steps with people, not take steps for them…
We are here to help people discover their own strength, not to rescue them and still leave them vulnerable…
We are here to help people learn to choose, not to make it unnecessary for them to make difficult choices…
We are here to provide support for change…"
~ Anonymous
  • English
  • Spanish


I am a published researcher, author, and fully licensed Clinical Psychologist with a demonstrated history of working in the hospital & health care industry. I am skilled in Health Psychology, Sport Psychology, Pediatric Psychology, Adolescent Therapy, Coaching, Crisis Intervention, and Family Therapy. I am a member of various national professional organizations and the co-founder/CEO of The Process Academy, LLP, a sports & mental health training academy.

After completing my one year psychology internship at Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center in Pennsylvania, I returned to Michigan in 2017 and completed a two-year fellowship as a licensed Clinical Health Psychologist/Fellow at McLaren-Flint, providing clinical services to underprivileged populations and medical education to residents and medical students. Currently, I am employed as a full time Clinical Psychologist with Premise Health (Rock Health Collective) in Detroit, MI in addition to being a contracted psychologist with the National Activist Care Network (NACN). I am also included on the Mental Health Directory/Registry for both the National Basketball Players Association and the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) for Team USA. I serve leadership roles in various community organizations including the Running Psychologists and Ray's Race, which promotes mental and physical health in community members, and Identify Your Dream Foundation, which advocates for and provides grief and loss services to children who have experienced the loss of a parent or sibling to violence.

My honors and achievements include: commencement speaker at the 2018 graduation of my alma mater, Pontiac High School; Top Winner and Most Elite of the Oakland County Executive Elite 40 under 40 Class of 2018; highest honor of Proclamation by the Oakland County Board of Commissioners (March 2018); honored as a “Hometown Hero” (August 2018) by the honorable Mayor Deidre Waterman of Pontiac, MI; and nominated for the Health Professional Hero Award by the Grand Blanc Chamber of Commerce (2019).

  • The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, DC Campus - Psy.D (Doctor of Psychology) in Clinical Psychology
  • The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, DC Campus - MA (Master of Arts) in Clinical Psychology
  • The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - BA (Bachelor of Arts) in Psychology

Prices & Payments

Service Price Duration
Initial Intake Evaluation Session (Individual) $100 60min
Initial Intake Session (Couples/Family) $125 75min
Therapy Session (Individual) $75 45min
Therapy Session (Couples/Family) $100 60min
Check-In/Feedback Session $85 30min
Check-In/Feedback Session $75 15min