Jesse Hazel, LCSW
Jesse practices psychotherapy from an insight-oriented humanist perspective that emphasizes meaningful connection, authenticity, self-compassion, integration, and curious exploration. Jesse and her clients work together toward healing from trauma and relationship conflict, navigating life transitions, recovering from addiction, and reclaiming wellness from depression, anxiety, and burnout.
Her holistic approach incorporates mind-body-spirit-focused interventions to treat the whole person and it's not uncommon for her to introduce creative expression, breath work, mindful movement, and meditative exercises in session. Jesse's training and experience in psychodynamic psychotherapy, attachment-focused psychotherapy, EMDR, and clinical hypnosis helps break through old patterns and create deep and lasting change.
Those who find their way to Jesse may have experienced feeling invalidated, shut down, numb, or perhaps have felt the need to mask different parts of themselves and were left feeling confused, invisible, or uninspired. In individual therapy, Jesse helps clients move through feelings of hopelessness, exhaustion, burnout, or simply the knowledge that something needs to change. Jesse works to empower individuals to decide their own destination and helps by guiding and supporting along the way.
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 your relationships may not be serving you and to celebrate the ways that 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, unsatisfying relationships with yourself or others, or unfulfilling relationships with work.
She pulls from an eclectic toolbox when working with clients; everything 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.
Suzanne Roscoe, LCSW, CAS
Suzanne is an ally to her clients. She builds a secure framework where hope, connection and self-compassion can be integrated into her clients’ lives and relationships.
Her clients are teens aged 14+ as well as adults of all ages and Suzanne tailors individualized approaches to meet her clients’ self-defined needs. Suzanne’s specialty areas include addiction treatment and recovery, issues related to shame and self-worth, and emotion regulation. In addition to extensive work with substance use, Suzanne is experienced treating behavioral addictions and processes such as those involving gambling, sex, food, work, shopping, and adrenaline-based activities. Suzanne also sees clients struggling with trauma, depression, anxiety, grief, life transitions, and relationship issues.
Suzanne highly values empathy, respect, and trust and seeks for these to be the defining characteristics of her therapeutic relationships. She incorporates CBT, motivational interviewing, and solution-focused and narrative therapy into her work and draws from Gestalt, person-centered, and constructivist theories.
Suzanne believes in the importance of being heard and holds a commitment to responsiveness to her clients’ needs. Her skill in establishing meaningful bonds sets the stage for each person’s path forward.
Ashley Shaw, MA, LPC
Ashley's warmth and easygoing personality make clear the reasons both children and adults feel at ease with her therapy style. She's an experienced and enthusiastic therapist who enjoys working with clients of all ages and has a specialty in child therapy. Ashley has extensive training which forms the foundation of her aptitude for working with young clients from infancy to age 12. In addition to individuals, Ashley sees families and couples for therapy.
Ashley is well-equipped to treat a broad range of concerns and has specialized training in autism, conduct disorders and trauma. She's also skilled in working with clients experiencing life transitions, relationship struggles, low self esteem, and difficulty regulating emotions. Ashley is trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT) and EMDR, both of which are powerful healing modalities for children and teens who have experienced trauma. She believes connecting with parents or other caregivers is important for the progress of child and teen clients, and seeks to involve them whenever possible.
Ashley's skill for family work naturally lends itself to couples therapy. And when she's not working with children, families or couples, she greatly values her work with adult clients and the opportunity for connection she can provide in an individual setting.
Lauren Boe Stanley, LCSW
Lauren believes relationships are fundamental to our ability to thrive as human beings. As such, 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.
Lauren favors long-term therapeutic work and brings to therapy the prospect of processing existential concerns, some of which may be unconscious. She has extensive formal training in psychodynamic therapy and is also trained in dialectical behavior therapy, motivational interviewing, harm reduction, and family systems therapy.
Lauren believes we each possess the capacity for meaningful growth and connection, and that it's not always possible to know how much lighter we can feel until some of the weight is lifted. Lauren's specialty areas include substance use/dual diagnosis, complex grief, and existential conflicts such as those surrounding meaning and purpose, freedom, death, self-concept and identity.
Lauren completed her graduate education and a post-graduate fellowship in Houston where she spent several years with an intensive outpatient program treating clients struggling with substance use disorders and process addictions. In Colorado, she served as clinical director of a statewide organization and now divides her time between clinical work and supporting Four Points as Executive Director.
Charlotte Stephens, LPCC
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.
Hannah Svedlow, LPC
Hannah supports her clients as they navigate the joys and challenges of childhood through early adulthood. Parents of young children and adolescents find Hannah to be a kind and welcoming presence for their children who may be experiencing anxiety, depression, and other concerns. Her skill and approachability makes her well-suited to supporting teens and young adults who may be managing stress or relationship difficulties.
Hannah works with a range of clients in different developmental phases and trusts in their wisdom and ability to explore their own themes, symbols, and stories. Hannah understands that children develop a sense of self and safety within the context of early relationships, which makes parent/caregiver involvement important in the counseling process. Her approach to parenting support is solution-focused, collaborative and non-judgmental.
In addition to play therapy, Hannah incorporates mind-body work, mindfulness, and relaxation techniques into sessions, with developmentally appropriate services tailored to each client. Client goals can be as unique as they are, and Hannah's clients often see themselves improving social skills, reducing feelings of distress, and gaining a better understanding of themselves.
Hannah honors diversity in her work and is committed to creating and maintaining an atmosphere of openness, trust, and safety. Her intention is for therapy to be a place where folks of different socioeconomic backgrounds, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation and ethnicity may all feel welcome.