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Dr. Griffiths conducts psychological assessments full-time. She is no longer accepting new therapy clients. She has several trained doctoral practicum students who assist her with psychological testing, and is able to offer affordable options for testing.
Dr. DiVittore's provides psychological assessments that are thorough with the goal to provide accessible and helpful information and recommendations for her patients. Each evaluation is approached as unique and time is spent to get to know the patient to develop a comfortable, trusting environment. Please call in to the office for the types of evaluations that Dr. DiVittore is currently providing.
Jessica is a therapist in the state of Colorado with over a decade of experience working with individuals, couples, families, and groups. Since her start as a therapist, she has grown to specialize in Addiction/Substance abuse issues, Autism (adults), Anger Management skills, and much more.
Anna, a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate, specializes in working with teens, young adults, and young couples. She helps those struggling with trauma, depression, dissatisfaction in work, disconnection in relationships and other related circumstances.
Lindsay, a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate, provides therapy to clients of all ages with a focus on preteens, teens, and young adults. Her approach centers on the Rogerian person-centered method, with which she integrates cognitive behavioral methods and interventions. She strongly believes that the client is the best expert and resource for themself and that each person is capable of incredible things.
Allison is a licensed professional counselor candidate (LPCC) in Colorado and has a master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Allison is passionate about employing therapeutic techniques to empower clients and help them find relief, healing, and growth.
Hannah specializes in working with a variety of different clients, including individual adults, couples, families, children ages 3+, teens, all people of all backgrounds without discrimination. She utilizes several modalities, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, emotionally focused therapy, mindfulness-based interventions, motivational interviewing, as well as systems theory, which helps with depression, anxiety, adjustment issues, etc. Hannah typically uses cognitive-behavioral approaches (CBT) to pinpoint a person's daily experience; bring out the truth in those experiences; and collaborate with the client to highlight a new way of thinking and behaving. Empowering the client to assume responsibility for the things that are in their control and let go of the things that are not in their control is part of that process. Another treatment approach she uses is emotional-focused therapy (EFT) to dig into the crux of human experience: emotional connections, with the self and others.
Erica, a Masters in Counseling Student Intern, provides therapy to children, youth and families with a focus of child behavior problems, parenting, and caregiving support. Erica also identifies as being a part of the LatinX and LGBTQIA+ communities.
Stephanie is a Masters in Counseling Student Intern at Adams State University, providing therapy to adolescents and adults with a focus on trauma, life transitions, and existential issues.
Emilia Ealom, LCSW, LAC, provides therapy in English and Spanish to adults, adolescents, and families. She draws from CBT, motivational interviewing, and family system theory among other modalities to best meet her clients’ needs. She strives to provide a neutral and inviting space for each individual or family to explore what wellness means for them.
Iris currently serve ages 12+ through the means of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Art Therapy, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapeutic approaches to help maximize your therapeutic experience.
Kimberly provides counseling to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. She utilizes a variety of therapeutic techniques to best serve the individual’s specific needs. Kimberly also identifies as proudly being a part of the BIPOC community.
An experienced educator and social worker, Bradley takes particular interest in working with adolescents and young adults in developing skills to navigate the world. Bradley draws from skills used in CBT and DBT to help empower individuals to take actions that align with their values.
Olivia Albery, an MSW Student Intern, provides therapy to all with a focus on anxiety, trauma, and children. We are all like balloons, we fill ourselves us up with only some much air until we ‘pop’.
Andrea provides therapy services to individual adults, adolescents, teens, seniors, and families. Andrea has a person-centered approach to therapy and uses a variety of different therapeutic methods like cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), narrative, and solution-focused therapy to tailor to the clients needs and desires.
Even if we don’t have the power to choose where we come from, we can still choose where we go from there. —Stephen Chbosky
Audra Ebsen believes that one's past does not determine their future, and that everyone has the power to choose where they go from there.
Audra specializes in working with a variety of different clients including individual adults, families, children 10+, LGBTQIA+, and adults 65+. She utilizes several modalities such as cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT). DBT helps with a variety of issues such as depression, anxiety, trauma, neurodivergence, Autism, family conflict, stress, chronic illness, grief and loss, as well as many other life struggles.
Britten is a dedicated therapist with a passion for helping adolescents, individual adults and couples. Individuals navigate trauma, attachment issues, mood disorders and other challenges. With a deep understanding of the impact of mental health challenges, Britten believes in a collaborative and client-centered approach, tailoring interventions to meet each client's unique needs. Britten draws from various therapeutic modalities, including DBT and ACT, to ensure a personalized and effective therapeutic experience.
Cheyenne specializes in working with a variety of different clients including adolescents (ages 12–18), couples, LGBTQIA+, individual adults, and those with eating disorders. She uses several different modalities to best fit your treatment needs, such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, and a Strengths-Based approach. Each client and set of concerns are approached from a biopsychosocial perspective and a culturally cognizant lens.
D’ondra is committed to providing therapy to individual adults, adolescents, and younger children (ages 5 and up). She focuses on Addiction/Substance Abuse patients, those with chronic illnesses, and personality disorders. She sees her treatment as collaborative and honest, while building the relationship from the ground up.
Eliza is a Master of Social Work student who uses a mindfulness-based approach and a trauma-informed framework to help clients navigate through challenges. She specializes in working with children ages 3 to 9, families, and individuals. She utilizes several modalities such as family systems therapy and somatic experiencing therapy which can help support individuals and families navigate emotional issues, behavioral challenges, and traumatic experiences.
Jacki specializes in working with a variety of different clients, including individual adults, teens aged 14+, LGBTQIA+, and multicultural individuals. She utilizes several modalities, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), psychodynamic therapy, as well as trauma-focused therapy, which helps with trauma/PTSD, addiction/substance use issues, experiences of abuse, depression, anxiety, issues with attachment to others, and improving overall self-esteem and self-worth. Jacki also identifies as being a part of the LatinX and LGBTQIA+ communities.
Oscar specializes in working with a variety of different clients including individual adults, LGBTQIA+, BIPOC, Spanish-speakers, LatinX, HIV-diagnosed individuals, and gender expansive individuals. He utilizes several modalities such as CBT, strengths-based, as well as person-centered approach, which can help with anxiety, depression, adjustment concerns, and other life transitions. Oscar also identifies as being a part of the LatinX, BIPOC, and LGBTQIA+ communities.
Sarah specializes in working with a variety of different clients including young adults, LGBTQIA+, BIPOC individuals, and groups. She utilizes several modalities such as person-centered, CBT and mindfulness approaches, to help clients move through their life transitions as well as gain a comprehensive understanding of why they experience anxiety, depression, etc., and how to address them. Sarah also identifies as being a part of the LGBTQIA+ community.
Tanya specializes in working with a variety of different clients including children (ages 3 and older), adolescents, and individual adults. They aim to utilize a variety of therapeutic modalities dependent on the best fit for the client. Their hope is to create a safe space for their clients to feel accepted and welcome.