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Jenny Luttman, LPC

Jenny Luttman, LPC
One of the strongest predictors of success in therapy, is the connection you share with your therapist so finding the best fit is an important first step! I believe in the "therapeutic relationship," developing a relationship of trust and respect. We will work together to find the approach that best fits you--your needs, goals, and u...
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Anthony LaMouria, LPC

Anthony LaMouria, LPC
Below is a little about me if you want to know credentials, but what I think is most helpful to know is that I view therapy as a tool that allows me to help other people discover the truth about themselves and their life-systems. This is compassion-based, person-centered, eclectic therapy for real people with real-life issues. I look forward to the...
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Bonna Machlan, Ph.D., LPC, CAC III

Bonna Machlan, Ph.D., LPC, CAC III
I have been working in the field of behavioral health for the past 15 years. I have a Ph.D. in Rehabilitation and extensive experience in providing therapy for adults with a variety of mental health and substance use disorders (i.e. trauma, anxiety, depression, grief/loss, anger management, marriage counseling). I am also able to effectively utiliz...
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Cristyn Smith, LPC

Cristyn Smith, LPC
Choosing to come to counseling and sharing your feelings and struggles can often feel daunting and somewhat overwhelming. As a clinician, I like to think there is great strength and taking that step to open yourself and begin to work through the things of life that tend to feel like "too much" or overwhelming in general. I often encourage everyone ...
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Deborah Corbitt, LPC

Deborah Corbitt, LPC
Thank you for taking the time to review my profile. Reaching out for help can be daunting and I applaud you for taking this initial step toward living a more rewarding life. I approach therapy as a collaborative process; working closely with you to ensure your goals for treatment are always my priority. My therapeutic approach is primarily cognitiv...
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Kate Prensner, LCSW

Kate Prensner, LCSW
My goal as a therapist is to collaborate with you in a manner that best fits your values, identity, and needs in effort to create a trusting therapeutic relationship, mutual respect and a safe environment for you to share your story and feel heard. I will work with you to empower you to identify your individual strengths and build upon these skills...
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Margot Bean, LCSW

Margot Bean, LCSW
The hardest part of the therapeutic process is reaching the door of the therapist. It is my belief that the work has begun from that moment on. I believe the relationship you develop with your therapist is essential to feel and know you are "heard". Holding space for people and finding a way to the light of healing. Change occurs when a person is w...
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Kristin Malone, LPC, LAC

Kristin Malone, LPC, LAC
Do you feel anxious, overwhelmed, or depressed?  Are you struggling to adjust to changes in your life? Perhaps "normal" life transitions have left you feeling empty or insecure? Maybe the past is creeping into your present moment, making it hard to appreciate how far you have come? Perhaps you are struggling to find balance or carrying a sense...
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Jenifer Seas, LCSW

Jenifer Seas, LCSW
"It's not about what it is, it's about what it can become." One of my favorite quotes from Dr. Seuss, his wise words sum up my approach to working with any client, from preschool age to midlife. I believe in transparency, and in client empowerment; YOU are the one who decides what your goals are; my hope and my goal is to help you work through what...
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Shannon Matlock, LPCC

Shannon Matlock, LPCC
"Just because no one else can heal or do your inner work for you doesn't mean you can, should, or need to do it alone."- Lisa OliveraI believe one of the biggest challenges we face when struggling to navigate uncertain, difficult, or trying periods of life is finding the courage to reach out and ask for help. One of the most important aspects of ho...
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Karin Alaska, LPC

Karin Alaska, LPC
I am originally from Southern California, and I love my life in Southern Colorado. I have a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential, and a Master of Science Degree in Counseling, School Counseling Option. I have worked in education as a Classroom Teacher and a School Counselor for over 20 years at the middle school...
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Angela "Gia" Bryan, LPC

Angela "Gia" Bryan, LPC
What makes me stand out? I don't want you to be my client next year. I want us to work hard today to bring about effective and sustainable change so you can start living your best and most fulfilling life and have an incredibly meaningful life you are longing for today.   I have developed evidenced-based methods to help my clients break o...
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Shawna Fishman, LMFT, LAC

Shawna Fishman, LMFT, LAC
I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Licensed Addiction Counselor. I have over 25 years' experience I assist adults, young adults, and adolescent women to identify or clarify the conflict or block to living fully. Together with my clients we develop and practice the skills needed to achieve and maintain their personal goals. My appro...
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Melanie Warning, LPC

Melanie Warning, LPC
I seek to co-create a secure, therapeutic space with you where you will have full permission to be who you are and connect to your innate wisdom and impulses towards healing. My approach is gentle and nourishing, yet I offer challenges for you to stretch beyond your comfort zone when needed. I am committed to approaching this work with whole-hearte...
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Josh Aevum, LCSW

Josh Aevum, LCSW
I have been a social worker for nine years. Through my work, I am committed to helping people overcome trauma, depression, anxiety, and other stresses that affect all of us at some time in our lives.  I believe that healing is a collaborative endeavor that requires honest caring without judgment, and I cooperatively assist my clients in c...
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