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Stephanie Camins - Clinical Director - MA, LPC

Stephanie Camins
  • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) #3338
  • EMDR Level 2 Certification
  • Divorce and Child Custody Mediation Certificate
  • Master of Arts, Counseling Psychology - University of Northern Colorado
  • Bachelor of Arts, Psychology - University of Colorado Boulder

I have worked with children, adolescents, adults and families for 15 years in a variety of mental health and educational settings with a focus on increasing personal strengths and fostering healthy relationships. I specialize in the treatment of anxiety, depression, stress management, trauma, life transitions, relationship issues, parenting, interpersonal struggles and work and career issues. 

In working with clients I use cognitive behavioral (CBT), client centered and systems modalities, tailoring treatment to the specific needs of each individual. Therapy is a collaborative effort in which client and therapist work jointly to identify barriers to growth, resolve past traumas and focus on strategies to improve wellness. My approach to counseling is warm, collaborative, supportive and direct. My belief is that every person has the ability to heal, change and grow. A strong therapeutic relationship encourages trust and allows the client and therapist to work equally in a team approach on difficult issues. As part of this process, I work to create tools and coping skills to fit the needs of each unique person using a variety of techniques.​

Micki Allen - MA, LPC

Micki Allen

For over 20 years, I have worked with children, adolescents, and adults in individual, couples and family therapy.  My approach to helping you resolve your psychological stressors is both client centered and systems focused.  I have specialized training in CBT, DBT, grief therapy, couples therapy, trauma, and mindfulness.  I provide treatment in the areas of anxiety, depression, grief, life transitions and relationship struggles.  I look forward to guiding you through any life difficulty you are experiencing.

Jenna DeRosa - MA Intern

Jenna DeRosa
  • Master of Arts, Mental Health Counseling—Northwestern University
  • Bachelor of Arts, Psychology—University of Nebraska
  • For the past 3 years, I have worked primarily with trauma and substance use. I worked for over a year with probationary teenagers 13-18 years old living in group homes and shelters. Each teenager had a history of trauma and substance use along with a variety of disorders including anxiety, depression, bipolar, anorexia nervosa, bulimia and more. Each teenager provided a unique experience to learn and grow from.

    While working with teenagers, I felt the urge to work with a different population and gain experience with adults. From then, I began working with male Veterans in a transitional housing program. These men were aged from 20-80 years old and here I was able to gain more experience with substance abuse and PTSD. Not only was substance abuse and PTSD seen with this population, but also anxiety, depression, bipolar, antisocial personality disorder, and more. I worked with these men for over 2 years and encountered over a hundred homeless Veterans while working to provide stable housing for them.

    I hope to work with a variety of ages, disorders and stressors to gain and build on the foundation that my prior work experience and coursework has taught me.

    Kayla Currier - Psycho Educational Group Lead

    • B.A. Elementary Education Candidate

    I am currently a senior at Regis University pursuing a degree in elementary education. I have endorsements in special education, as well as, culturally and linguistically diverse education. I have taught in a classroom for children with autism in Westminster Public School district where I received training in emotional and physical support including sensory interventions for children 4-12 years of age.

    I have training in curriculum development for WONDERS, PMI, PSI and Zones of Regulation. I also have training in DIBELS testing and running records for children struggling in literacy. In this practice, I look forward to helping children learn self-regulation in social and emotional situations. Social and emotional self-regulation is important in helping children master new challenges, increase self-esteem and improve pro-social interactions.

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