Offering you and your family a wide range of counseling services.

Therapists

Adam Tannenbaum Masters Degree in Social Work, Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Adam received his Masters in Social Work from University of Denver and his certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy from Denver Family Institute. Adam has worked in a variety of contexts including outpatient, in-home, community-based, residential, and inpatient treatment with adolescents, adults, and families. With a background in experiential therapy and processing Adam works collaboratively with every individual and family system to tap into the strengths they already possess to lean...

Aurora Owen Therapist
Aurora Owen

Aurora is a culturally sensitive therapist who strives to work with clients become their best selves. She is a licensed professional counselor with a passion for working with grief and loss, depression, anxiety, trauma, and vicarious trauma. Aurora also specializes in life transitions, existential issues, and increasing self-esteem.

Aurora completed her Master of Arts in International Disaster Psychology and has experience working with diverse populations both locally and abroad. ...

Barbara Bond
Barbara Bond LPC, LAC, CMFT
Therapist

You and your family are important to me! I enjoy working collaboratively with couples, families, children, as well as individuals in a systemic, strengths based, culturally sensitive way. I strive to be solution focused, and goal oriented as well as understanding, and supportive. I am in the office Monday through Thursday, with some evening hours. It is a privilege to be of service.

Alan J.
Cassidy Erickson LMFT
Therapist

My background and training lies in the field of Marriage and Family Therapy, so I look at every situation through a relational and contextual lens whether I'm working with an individual, a couple, or a family. I focus on patterns of behavior and resulting cycles of interaction. My approach is strength-based, goal oriented and solution focused. I enjoy collaborating with families and individuals to deepen and strengthen relationships - with each other and within themselves.

Charles Speich LPC
Therapist

The approach I take as a therapist is to utilize solution focused therapy with clearly defined goals. As a clinician, I believe that it is important that each family and individual be accepted for who they are and where they are at currently. Together, we will collaboratively define goals and solutions to resolve identified issues.

Darin Wallis
Darin Wallis PhD, LCSW, LMFT, CACIII, AAMFT
Clinical Fellow & Approved Supervisor

Since 1996, my therapeutic practice includes working with individuals, couples, families, and with substance abuse. I specialize in couples and family therapy, in addition to working with substance abusing adolescents and adults. I operate from a systems theory approach, which dominates all aspects of my MFT practice. For continuity of care, I enjoy collaborating with outside resources such as probation, human services, schools, churches, medical doctors, psychiatrists, and other therapists...

David Blair LCSW, CAC III
Co-director

Every family/couple/individual is unique. You are the expert on yourself. Together we set goals, develop a plan, and evaluate progress. Your strengths serve as the primary tool for this process.

Doug Parro Therapist
Doug Parro LPC
Therapist

A true generalist, Mr. Parro works with emotionally disturbed children and adolescents, adults, and couples. His practice in Cognitive-Behaviorism is complimented by his interest and continuing studies of play therapy and relaxation therapy. 

Hannah Dudley
Hannah Dudley LMFT
Therapist

Feeling heard. Being seen. Having presence. These are things that matter personally to Hannah. Things that make her feel like she can get through the rough times, come back to her true self, feel motivated to conquer goals, and fully celebrate successes. Because these qualities have tremendously helped Hannah through numerous up’s and down’s over the years, she hopes to embody these same qualities to create similar feelings for her clients. The road may not be clear, smooth, or what you...

Indigo Stray Conger LMFT

If you are searching for a forum to improve your relationships and to become your best self, without shame, secrecy, or having to fit into anyone else’s concept of “normal”, then contact me. I recognize the unhealthy dynamics that can become entrenched between people who care deeply for one other. I help clients return to the connection and vulnerability that they have lost and guide my clients towards reclaiming the space between them as joyful and exciting. I am accepting of and familiar...

Jamie Blair Echevarria LCSW, LMFT, CACIII
Clinical Director for the Adolescent Substance Abuse Program (ASAP), Clinical Director for the Youth Drug Alcohol Prevention program (Y-DAP)

I work with clients and families from a strengths-based and solution-focused perspective. I will work with you and your family to identify and establish goals for our work together and a plan for attaining those goals. I prefer to focus on the present problem/experience and utilize as many of the families natural resources as possible. I like to work collaboratively with my clients, as I respect that you are the expert on ourself and your family. I also will collaborate with any other...

Jan Ruby Counselor
Jan Ruby LPC
Counselor

I believe most people seeking professional therapy services have already made many attempts at addressing their issues and problems. Therapy can be an intimidating experience and the decision to seek therapy is a courageous one. My approach with my clients is collaborative, one that is client centered and strengths-based in an effort to find workable solutions, resolution, and hope. I utilize evidenced-based therapy frameworks such Cognitive/Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy...

Jason Conger LSCW, LMFT
Therapist

I believe it is an honor to engage others in their journey towards meaningful and lasting change. I subscribe to an integrated approach to therapy. What this means is that I draw on my knowledge of several modalities to intervene and solve problems. I view things from a systemic lens, taking into account not only the individual, but also the environment and relationships involved with that person. Using insight, empathy and connection I help individuals, couples, and families to find...

Marianne Sandstrom MA, LPC

I became a therapist later in life, and almost by accident.   I had been a professional raft guide, a horse trainer, a carpenter, an insurance underwriter, an EMT, and a really bad waitress

Not surprisingly, I am not a conventional therapist.   I am pragmatic and down to earth in my approach.  I have worked for decades in a rural impoverish region of Colorado and recognize that many people can’t afford the time and expense of long-term therapy.  Rather, it is important to move as...

Michael Hamerly MA, Nationally Certified Counselor, Chaplain

My first priority as a therapist is to meet my clients with empathy and compassion, whether you come ready to change, just wanting to talk, or even resentful of needing to talk to a therapist. I use a family systems, solutions-focused, and purpose-driven approach to all my therapeutic work. My work is also informed by life experiences as a military pilot, software engineering director, father of four, and husband of 30 years. In my own process of change, I have experienced the emotional and...

Robert Kelsall LCSW
Co-director
Samantha Silverman LCSW
Therapist

I believe in respecting, without judgement, your self-determination and dignity. I utilize various treatment approaches, depending on what I believe will have the most effective therapeutic outcome. Collaboratively, we will work together to identify problems and increase self-awareness in order to optimize your quality of life.

Scott Ryder LPC
Therapist

I will work with you in a collaborative way to reach the goals set forth in our sessions.

Sharon Olson
Sharon Olson PhD, LCSW, PLLC
Therapist

Individuals and Couples - As your therapist, I am committed to working with you to identify and understand the problems that are negatively impacting you, to helping you find ways to solve these problems and to guiding your efforts to grow as a person, friend and family member.
Children and Adolescents - As the therapist you've chosen to work with you and your child or teenager, I am committed to providing a thorough assessment of his/her problems,...

Steven Fisher
Steven Fisher LPC
Therapist

As a counselor and consultant I have spent the last 22 years helping people and groups to transform their relationships and their lives. I bring a depth of understanding of human communication and human behavior gained through years of training and experience in working to help others improve their lives and relationships. I have worked with individuals, couples, families, groups and organizations in a variety of settings. I lead seminars and workshops that teach people to dramatically...

Sue White LCSW
Therapist

I’m a goal-oriented therapist, focused on helping you move toward a better space. If you are motivated to improve your relationships, your outlook, or your interaction with the world and the people around you, I’m happy to help you find that path. I am not an on-the-couch therapist, and my goals go far beyond listening to your problems. Together, we will find steps that you can take – beginning with your first session – to move toward the place you want to be.

Valerie Hotz-Callis
Therapist

After working with individuals, couples and families for over 30 years, I’m continuously inspired by working with people when life’s transitions, pressures and challenges feel out of balance and overwhelming. Therapy is a process of hope and trust: our work is fully confidential. Each person, every couple and family have strengths and unique abilities to develop skills, restore a personal sense of balance, and reclaim fulfilling relationships. My approach is tailored to you and your family....