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North Loveland Therapists

4190 N Garfield Avenue, Suite 1

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Alec Crain, LPC

Alec believes choosing to begin therapy is the first courageous step of many along the road to healing and growth. He meets that courage with admiration and respect and welcomes those he works with to take a seat and share what brings them to therapy.


Alec listens to clients with interest and curiosity and guides therapy in the direction each person needs it to take. He values and welcomes people from all walks of life and creates a safe, inclusive space where he strives to understand his clients’ challenges. 


Alec’s approach to therapy is person-centered and he uses EMDR as well as CBT, REBT and mind-body approaches in his work. Alec specializes in working with individuals with trauma/PTSD, major depression and other mood disorders. He has experience working with LGBTQIA clients and those from diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.


Alec is skilled in helping clients to understand their thoughts, emotions and behaviors and the ways they are linked. He brings to light the impact of these intersections on his clients’ lives and highlights the core beliefs clients may hold that can perpetuate anxiety and depression.


Alec received his Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Northeastern State University of Oklahoma. He has primarily worked in outpatient settings with treatment focused on adults, adolescents, and families.


Stevie Madden, LPC

Stevie taps into the fundamental resiliency of her clients. She believes truth, connectedness, and authenticity inspire and empower change. Helping others learn they are worthy, valuable, and enough is her true passion and she invites clients into a space that allows openness and self discovery.

A trauma-informed approach paired with a cheerful and curious personality, Stevie assists clients in repairing their relationship with themselves and directing warmth and acceptance inward, which can pave the way for enduring healing and growth. 

Stevie specializes in working with individuals who struggle with addiction, anxiety, mood disorders and trauma. Her background includes extensive training in CBT, DBT, and motivational interviewing. Her versatile skillset includes helping others untangle negative thought patterns and eliciting dynamics that spur internal change. She collaborates with clients to increase emotion regulation and leverages their individual strengths so that coping skills can be most effective.

Stevie received a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Regis University. Her previous clinical work includes extensive experience in an outpatient-based treatment setting supporting adolescents and young adults and their families struggling with substance use and co-occurring disorders. 


Carter Holmes, LPCC

Carter's primary intention is for his clients to achieve meaningful change and connection in their lives. His hope is that they may find joy and fulfillment in ways that may have been missing.

Carter is skilled in treating trauma, depression, anxiety, and self esteem issues, as well as life transitions and career changes. His approach to treatment is strongly influenced by the needs of each individual and Carter feels drawn to exploring the nuanced impacts of his clients' life circumstances, environment, and upbringing.

Carter brings an emphasis on each client's unique worldview to the therapeutic relationship and utilizes a person-centered approach  with mindfulness techniques, cognitive behavioral skills, and other interventions based on the individual's needs. Carter's clients tend to be college students and other adults, some of whom are looking to explore relationship dynamics. He has a passion for working with the LGBTQIA+ community among other diverse populations.

Carter received his Master’s degree in Counseling and Career Development with an emphasis in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Colorado State University. His training and experience enable him to treat a wide range of adult mental health concerns in individual and group therapy settings.


Emily O'Rourke-Mills, LMFT

Emily believes that healing is revolutionary. The act of coming to therapy and telling the truth of your life is a gift, and she is honored to witness folks on that path. She also believes wholeheartedly in the power of relationships, and that therapy is a safe (but not always comfortable) place to examine the ways relationships may not be serving those who see her for therapy and to celebrate the ways they are.

Emily’s goal is to empower the people with whom she works to examine the things that are uncomfortable or hidden, like an unhealthy relationship with alcohol or other drugs, a history of trauma, feeling disconnected from themselves or others, or a sense of imbalance with work. Her clients may be struggling with depression, anxiety, body image difficulties or other symptoms.

She pulls from an eclectic toolbox when working with clients; from somatic awareness, to mindfulness exercises, DBT, CBT, narrative therapy, spiritual exploration, and feminist therapy. Emily specializes in working with the LGBT+ community, new parents or parents-to-be, couples, and first responders, and her clients are primarily those who are over age 18. 

A Colorado native, Emily received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and a Master’s degree from the California Institute of Integral Studies. Emily has worked in a variety of settings, and in addition to her work with clients, Emily is a clinical supervisor and teaches at the University of Denver and Denver Family Institute.

Loveland therapist office
Emily O'Rourke-Mills Loveland office
Loveland waiting area
Loveland waiting area and kids area

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