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Erin Canon, LCSW

Erin believes a safe environment is key to maneuvering the ups and downs life presents and that each person is worthy of a healing space. She believes that with courage and persistence, her clients have inherent strengths and abilities to enable their success in living authentic lives. 


Erin works with clients of all ages and specializes in treating trauma/PTSD, attachment issues, ADHD, and behavioral and academic difficulties. Other areas of focus include panic and anxiety, grief and loss, and struggles with self-worth. Erin has extensive experience with clients under 18 while also treating many adults who find Erin's relatable nature to be a fit for for processing a wide variety of concerns.  


Erin offers a compassionate, non-judgmental environment where she utilizes humanistic and mindfulness techniques as well as relational, solution-focused,  and CBT. She brings a trauma-informed approach to her work, fostering safety and security within the therapeutic relationship.


Erin has a Master of Social Work Degree from Colorado State University, a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology with a minor in Family and Child Studies from the University of New Mexico and is certified as a Pre-Kindergarten–12th Grade School Social Worker. Erin is experienced in working with children and families to overcome the effects of abuse and trauma in the private practice and public school settings. 


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.

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Julie Jones, SWC

Julie is passionate about helping individuals empower themselves so that they may live their most authentic lives. She provides a compassionate environment for clients to process their thoughts and emotions while offering support and guidance. Julie views therapy holistically, considering all aspects of her clients’ lives, including social, emotional, and physical wellbeing.


Julie works with college students and adults, and specializes in treating relationship issues, self-harm, and depression. Other areas of focus include anxiety, disordered eating, self-esteem and self-worth, and suicidal ideation.


Julie’s therapeutic style is rooted in the biopsychosocial model, which explores the distinct and complex components of individuals within their internal and external worlds. Julie fosters within her clients an understanding of themselves as whole beings and believes that this understanding results in a new capacity for coping with life’s difficulties and a greater sense of wellness overall. 


Julie earned her Master of Social Work and Bachelor of Social Work from Colorado State University. Her previous counseling experience includes supporting the mental health and wellbeing of college students, including those in a veterinary medicine postgraduate program. 


Steph Kiehl, LCSW

The choice to step into therapy is one of thoughtfulness, intention and courage.  Steph believes clients are the true experts on their lives and leans into each person’s unique strengths and abilities to connect and engage in ways that ultimately help them achieve their goals. 


Steph uses a person-centered approach to create an environment characterized at once by security, trust and openness. She feels we’re all capable of becoming what we seek to be, we may just need a little support to get there. Along with cognitive behavioral therapy, Steph’s emphasis on strengths-based therapy and empowerment theory lead clients to tapping into their innate resiliency and inner resources.


Steph works with clients age 18+ and is experienced in treating those struggling with substance use, anxiety and depression, trauma/PTSD, and body image. She also sees clients experiencing life transitions and relationship difficulties. 


Steph received a Bachelor of Social Work and a Master of Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University. Steph's background has included working with diverse populations, contributing to a strong capacity for adaptability and a skill for modifying approaches based on client needs.

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Lauren Stanley, LCSW

Lauren believes relationships are fundamental to our ability to thrive as human beings. She feels it's within trusting and secure relationships that we heal from past wounds and learn new ways of coping with life's difficulties.

A sense of meaning and purpose can have extraordinary impacts on the ability to overcome struggles. Lauren helps clients leverage the elements in their lives that hold meaning for them. She has extensive formal training in psychodynamic psychotherapy and approaches therapy through a lens informed by family systems theory, dialectical behavior therapy and existentialism.

Lauren believes we each possess the capacity for connection, and that it's not always possible to know how much lighter we can feel until some of the weight is lifted. She specializes in substance use, grief and loss, and the complexities associated with aging. Lauren also works with those struggling with process addictions, chronic depression, and brings heartfelt compassion to those experiencing the impacts of caregiving.

Lauren completed her graduate education and a post-graduate fellowship in Houston where she focused on treatment of co-occurring disorders. In Colorado, she served as clinical director of a statewide organization and now divides her time between clinical work and supporting Four Points as Managing Director. 


Charlotte Stephens, LPC

Charlotte recognizes there are many ways life can knock you down, and sometimes it feels impossible to get back up. This can lead to a variety of mental health and relationship difficulties. Charlotte believes every person holds within themselves the strength to overcome adversity. Sometimes, you need a little bit of guidance to find that strength.


Charlotte uses narrative and emotion-focused approaches to help individuals and families become the best version of themselves. Charlotte aims to help each individual and family system process trauma and understand how it affects their day to day lives. She challenges the ideas her clients hold about themselves from past experiences, and supports them as they expand their self confidence, determine their strengths, and move forward in life with a sense of peace.


Charlotte specializes in treating children and preteens age 11 and under with ADHD, trauma/PTSD, autism spectrum disorder and attachment issues.  Her clients also include adults struggling with many of these concerns. Other areas of her work include anger, obsessive compulsive disorder, panic, anxiety, borderline personality disorder, substance use and depression. She has additional specialized experience working with individuals from the LGBTQ+ community.


Charlotte has a Master of Science Degree and an Education Specialist Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Florida State University. She also holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Central Florida. Charlotte has experience in the private practice setting, as well as intensive settings for substance use.


Cecelia Castell, LPCC

Cecelia believes therapy is a deeply personal experience that embraces and highlights the diversity of her clients. She believes that understanding and reconciling the events and influences of the past strengthens us in the present, while accepting "what is" paves the way for a clear and conscious way forward. 

​Her approach is grounded in offering a compassionate space that builds upon the insights and strengths within her clients. She values depth in the therapeutic relationship, recognizing its singular potential to foster opportunities for growth, insight and perspective.

With a focus on adult clients 18+, Cecelia supports individuals experiencing depression, trauma/PTSD, relational stress, and challenging life transitions including divorce. Her clients are also those who find themselves carrying family of origin wounds and other emotional injuries, which may create  increasing difficulty in adult life.


Cecelia's therapeutic style encourages holistic exploration and draws from psychodynamic principles, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, and feminist theory, Cecelia integrates diverse tools and perspectives with mind-body components to facilitate comprehensive support. 


Cecelia holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Northern Colorado. Her previous counseling experiences include supporting the mental health needs of adults in recovery and working with individuals impacted by domestic violence.


Ashley Schmaltz, LPCC

Ashley collaborates with her clients as they heal, grow, and gain confidence from the challenges they face. She creates an empowering environment where clients feel heard, valued, and can share their experiences. She uniquely supports each individual in pursuing the life they desire.

Ashley practices from a foundation of person-centered and trauma-informed therapy combined with mindfulness, CBT, narrative therapy, and emotionally focused couples therapy. She joins with her clients to explore their struggles and fears and find connections to the past. Ashley brings intention to sessions and explores with clients the impact of their environments and relationships.

Ashley is skilled in working with individuals struggling with anxiety, stress, life transitions, trauma/PTSD, and relational issues and has experience supporting foster and adoptive parents. She is also passionate about working with couples to improve communication, foster connection and heal from past traumas.

Ashley received her Master’s degree in Professional Counseling with an emphasis in Couples, Marriage, and Family Therapy from the University of Northern Colorado. Her training and experience enables her to work with a variety of mental health concerns with children, adolescents, adults, and couples.


Hannah Hunsberger, LPCC

Hannah believes that by cultivating a compassionate, judgment-free space, we can listen to the deep knowledge our bodies hold. In therapy, Hannah supports and guides her clients as they encounter their inner world.

Hannah's work is tailored specifically to her clients, whether they're working toward healing past wounds, or coping with current stressors. She integrates multiple modalities, drawing from attachment work, person-centered and strengths-based approaches, as well as mindfulness therapy. Hannah is also skilled in her use of  CBT, ACT and DBT techniques.


Hannah's experience includes treating clients from adolescence through adulthood, and she currently works primarily with those 18+. Hannah's areas of focus include anxiety, adult ADHD, stress, self-worth, relationship difficulties, depression, and attachment concerns. In her work with adolescents and teens, Hannah addresses emotion regulation and emphasizes self-expression, authenticity and developing a sense of grounded empowerment.


Hannah has a Master of Science degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Chestnut Hill College. She has worked with clients of all ages with clinical experience emphasizing trauma, ADHD and anxiety. 


Megan Silberhorn, LPCC

Therapy is about facing what holds us back from becoming our highest selves; it is discovering the truth of who we are. Megan helps her clients transcend their wounds and fears, and provides the opportunity to heal in relationship with another human being. For many of us, there is an experience we have always been missing of what it feels like to be truly safe and secure. 

Megan is trained in EMDR and AEDP and brings a focus in her work to the therapeutic relationship, attachment, and leveraging connection as a way through trauma, emotional overwhelm, and isolation. Megan works with clients ages 12+ and brings advanced skill to her work with teens and young adults.  

The space to pause and take time can feel new and Megan provides an accepting environment for clients to reflect, consider and explore. Megan works extensively with trauma and complex PTSD, anxiety and life transitions. She also sees clients experiencing addiction, grief & loss, identity concerns, self-harm, struggles with self-esteem, suicidal ideation, and women's issues.  

Megan brings an inclusive, growth-oriented perspective to therapy that seeks to honor the inner world of others. Megan holds a Master's degree in Mental Health Counseling from Colorado Christian University and her background includes working with college students.


Kaine Fredrickson, LPCC

Check back soon for information about our new therapist joining us at the Loveland office in July!


B Giffin, SWC

Choosing to enter therapy can be an incredibly vulnerable decision, which is why B emphasizes creating an environment where clients feel safe and empowered to take steps in their healing journey. They believe that individuals are the experts on their own story and that treatment should be tailored to the client's unique needs, wants, and strengths. 

B works collaboratively with clients to recognize which patterns in their lives are not working for them and then helps them develop the skills to feel more in control of their thoughts and emotions. Learning more about one's emotions and internal experiences is vital in this process and in moving toward values-based living. 

As a social worker, B aims to help people live authentically and unencumbered by shame. They create a space where all areas of life can be explored without judgment. B primarily utilizes CBT, ACT, and DBT. 

B specializes in anxiety, OCD, and working with LGBTQ+ individuals. They also work with people experiencing life transitions, grief and loss, depression, and substance use. Additionally, B is a Certified Daring Way(tm) Facilitator (CDWF). The Daring Way is a highly experiential methodology based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown.  B obtained their Master of Social Work at the University of Houston and has past experience in residential settings treating OCD, anxiety disorders, and assisting those working toward substance use recovery. 

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Joy Thomas, SWC

You are here because you are ready to move toward healing and self-discovery. This is a brave step, and we are here to remind you that you are not alone. Therapy extends the invitation to begin where you are, by recognizing and understanding the parts of the past that impact the present. 


Joy holds intentional space, accompanying clients to find their most authentic selves. From a trauma-informed, solution-focused, and harm reduction lens, Joy recognizes the range of mental health challenges individuals experience and the many ways these challenges can manifest. Joy pairs a strengths-based approach with evidence-based practices to assist with exploring and processing areas such as attachment, childhood trauma, family systems, and one’s inner critic. 


Joy works with individuals age 12+ as well as couples. She sees clients experiencing depression and anxiety and those seeking to set healthy boundaries and improve relationships. Joy's clients may experience intrusive thoughts, struggle with body image, use substances, or be in the process of learning to love themselves. Additionally, Joy works with people of color, people in the LGBTQIA+ community, and those who are in later stages of life.


Joy holds a Master of Social Work from Colorado State University and a Bachelor of Contemplative Somatic Psychology from Naropa University. Joy’s clinical experience includes working with children, adolescents, and families providing in-home interventions, parent skill building, and teen support. Joy believes in holding a supportive space within a framework of empathy and nonjudgment, and extends the message to others that, You may not feel ready and you can start any time you would like.

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