About Learning Dreams of Flint, MI

Thank you for visiting our online practice to find out more about Learning Dreams of Flint, MI. In our multi-disciplinary, diverse practice, our mission is to enable clients to conquer their learning differences successfully, manage ongoing care and therapies, and achieve their goals toward leading a thriving life. We are also committed to partnering with educators and school administrators, human resources professionals, and other organizations in the Flint community that can benefit from the services we offer. We’re able to offer a diverse range of treatment options because our staff is highly trained and committed to outstanding care. You can learn more about our services, community commitment, and team on this page, but don’t hesitate to reach out.

Our Services

We don’t want to throw around salesy terms like “one stop shop,” but we really do offer a comprehensive range of assessment, counseling, and therapy services in one office. At Learning Dreams, we offer specialized programs for:

  • Autism

  • Dyslexia

  • Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

  • Specific Language Impairments

  • Emotional Disorders

  • At-Risk Learners

  • Gifted Learners

  • And Many Other Specialties

Our Commitment to Supporting the Flint, MI Community

We work with the community to share our tools through training and workshops, promoting successful learning regardless of age or difficulty. We provide comprehensive services to individuals who have learning differences using our proprietary Learning Dreams model. Learning Dreams also offers the necessary resources and support to develop innovative solutions for all levels of learning in partnership with the greater educational community in Flint and surrounding communities.


Meet Our Team

The dedicated team of specialists are the heart and soul of Learning Dreams. Each member of our team has completed years of advanced training and have experience in specific subject areas. Together, we can provide a wide range of necessary services to help children and teens excel at school, partner with young adults to achieve success in college and new careers, and make challenging life struggles a little easier for adults of all ages.

Stephanie Stott


I believe in creating a safe space for a collaborative therapeutic experience. I tailor my therapeutic techniques and approaches to each individual and their specific life experiences and needs. I work with individuals and couples, adults and adolescents on a range of issues, including overcoming depression, anxiety, and mood disorders, adjustment issues and life transitions, gender and sexuality, social anxiety, and peer relationships. I have experience working with seniors, military veterans, individuals who identify as LGBTQ+, and people diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.


Seniors, veterans, individuals who identify as LGBTQ, and people diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.

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Shemidia Williams


I have worked in the educational field with young children for over 25 years. During my years of service to support children’s social and academic development, I realized that a child’s psychological heath was a crucial aspect in future achievement. My passion is to help children and families cope with life struggles including behavioral issues and the effects of trauma. I attended Mott Community College (2006), obtaining an associate degree in Early Childhood Education, Rochester College (2012), receiving a bachelor’s in Counseling Psychology and Michigan State University (2020), obtaining a Master’s in Clinical Social Work. I am trained and qualified to work with children and families who seek support in building family relationships, obtaining psychological heath and reaching their individualized desired goals to live more productive and satisfying lives.


Children, Adults, Couples, dealing with depression, anxiety, and effects of trauma. Behavioral modification, MI, CBT

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Yvonne Williams


Ms. Williams brings more than 30 years of clinical and educational setting experience as an occupational therapist to our clients.


Slip and Fall Risk Assessment

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Kristin Hungerford M.A., CCC-SLP


Kristin Hungerford M.A., CCC-SLP, is a licensed Speech Pathologist at Learning Dreams LLC and Richfield Public School Academy. She is a graduate student in speech pathology from Eastern Michigan University, with a B.A. in Audiology and Speech from Michigan State University. Kristin has worked eight years in the schools; her main focus has been working with children from preschool through 12th grade. Many of the areas Kristin has targeted have been Expressive and Receptive Language Delays, Fluency (stuttering), Speech Motor Disorders (apraxia and dyspraxia), articulation and phonological disorders, selective mutism, auditory processing and processing disorders, pragmatics (social skills), Traumatic Brain Injury and Autism. Kristin has been trained to work with people from all ages. Kristin Hungerford Co-Chaired the Curriculum Committee at Flint Public Schools; is an Autism Spectrum Disorder Coach, and a proponent of Restorative Justice.

Kristin’s ideal client is a person and family who is willing to put in the time and effort to improve themselves including doing a little homework every night. Kristin’s ideal client will call and ask questions or let her know when things are not going well. Communication is key if the client is unable to perform the tasks, then it is Kristin’s job to find an alternative way to get the concept across to the client. Kristin’s ideal client has patience and knows that some concepts are easier to learn than others and when we hit a place that is more difficult, if we can continue to practice and/or try other ways to get the intended result we will reach our goal together.


Traumatic Brain Injury and Autism

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Deborah Ferguson


Dr. Ferguson is a licensed psychiatrist who specializes in Behavioral Medicine, treating children and adults. She has more than 25 years of experience.


Children and Adults

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Lisa Wangrud


I have earned a bachelors of social work (BSW) from Western Michigan University (WMU) in 2003 and a master of social work (MSW) from WMU in 2006. I have worked in both clinical and school settings.

Licensed Master Social Worker in Michigan
Certified School Social Worker in Michigan
Certified Anxiety Therapist
Advanced training in the treatment of trauma
Training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

I enjoy working with children (5 years and up), adolescents, adults and couples. I typically use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Motivational Interviewing (MI) to help address mental health issues.


Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Children with behavioral issues, and ADHD

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Kori E. Carson Dean


As the company founder, Kori has more than 20 years in the field of education as a teacher, administrator, and school psychologist. Kori administers psychological and neuropsychological assessments to children, adolescents, and adults to measure the nature and extent of disorders and rule out other possible contributors to presenting problems.


Learning disabilities, ADHD, autism, social security disability, court request, accommodations to take state or national exams, independent educational evaluations for special education, and pre-surgical qualification for bariatric surgery

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Partner with the Learning Dreams Team

Learning, cognitive, and behavioral challenges can’t be cured, but Learning Dreams provides the tools and resources to enable our clients to work around these difficulties and achieve great success. We also offer services to help individuals adapt and recover from physical injury or limitations. We are here to help you live your best and most fulfilling life.  


Monday- Friday 9 AM- 9 PM

Saturday 10 am- 5 pm,




5103 W. Pierson Road

Suite 3
Flint, Michigan 48504

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