Andrew Harris, MA, LPC, ADDC, NCC
Andrew Harris is the owner and founder of the Colorado Mental Health Network, the only Black male-owned mental health clinic licensed by the Colorado Behavioral Health Administration. With over a decade of experience in the field, Andrew has worked in various settings, including youth corrections, child welfare, community corrections, and other mental health agencies. Andrew […]
Thuy Nguyen LCSW
Hello and thank you for giving me a chance to join your personal journey of growth. My name is Thuy, pronounced “twee.” I am a clinical social worker with over ten years of experience in Human Services and medical social work serving a diverse population ranging from childhood to adulthood from all walks of life. […]
Terrence Salley, MA, LPC
My specialties are helping people to process depression/anxiety, stress management, trauma, and to incorporate mindfulness techniques. My work as a counselor over the years has helped me understand the unique challenges that face all of us on a daily basis. I have learned that you must allow yourself time to heal, reflect, and learn from […]
Devin Rodriguez, MA, LPC, NCC
I have experience as a bilingual Spanish speaking counselor working with adults and youth ages 12 and older in managing depression, anxiety, trauma, disordered eating, and periods of transition. My philosophy is that mental health disorders are intensified when there is an imbalance between the mind, body, and spirit. Therefore, I actively engage clients using […]
Minhvy “VeeVee” Nguyen MS, LPCC
I believe clients play an expert role in their life. My job is to listen and make observations that will help you gain perspective for a positive change in your life. I value the combined effort between client and counselor. Together we will explore how you see the world and construct a treatment plan based […]
Cora Rubal, MA, LPCC
Cora Rubal is a compassionate and dedicated mental health professional who understands that life can be unpredictable and challenging. She believes that everyone deserves support and someone to listen to during difficult times. Cora is currently pursuing her master's degree in clinical mental health counseling with an emphasis on trauma from Walden University. Her academic background, combined with over a decade of experience as a case manager and serving in the United States Army, has equipped her with the skills and knowledge necessary to help individuals navigate life's challenges. Cora is a Colorado native and has a deep appreciation for nature and its healing power. She is committed to providing a safe and supportive environment for her clients to work through their struggles and develop the skills to handle life's curveballs. Cora's ultimate goal is to help her clients find their way through the storm and emerge into a brighter future.
Toby Nicholas, CAS
I specialize in addiction, including all the complexities that come with the disease of addiction. I have been working with the disease of addiction for over 6 years. I have experience working with a wide range of clients and believe in an individualized/holistic approach to recovery. I am willing to meet my clients wherever they are in their recovery journey and believe that "one size does not fit all" in recovery. Each individual is unique in their values, beliefs, and strengths; therefore, each individual should have a unique path in their recovery as well. I believe in a client centered approach where my clients are the experts when it comes to themselves and their needs. I am able and willing to listen, offer support, and provide my observations along the way. Seeking out help with addiction takes incredible courage and strength, and I commend anyone who is willing to acknowledge they are not satisfied with the trajectory of their lives and willing to attempt change.
Jaden Brown, Mental Health Intern
I am a clinical mental health counseling graduate student who strongly values diversity. I work as a Community Resource Navigator who largely focuses to help people experiencing homelessness, substance use challenges, and mental health illnesses. Working with this population has fueled my belief that all people, regardless of identity, background, or financial status should have […]
Krystal Mitchell, Intern
I am a clinical and school counseling graduate student with a strong passion for youth, adolescents, and young adults. As a school counselor at the middle school level, I have found the intricacies of navigating this complex time in the lives of youth both rewarding and inspiring. I have discovered I have a natural ability for connecting with youth and adolescents of all ages and take great pride in developing a strong and trusting relationship, in which positive change and growth can occur. As a mother of three myself, I understand the difficulties of juggling life, career, and kids. With this in mind I enjoy helping parents, youth, and families find a balance that works best for them. My strengths include crisis and trauma, anxiety, and addiction; all of which have affected my own life on a personal level. I like to focus on a client's strengths in developing coping strategies that work best for each unique individual. As every individual comes to counseling with their own unique background and concerns, I like to focus on client-centered therapy and developing a strong, trusting, and supportive environment, in which clients can discover solutions that work best for their individual lives. Additionally, I like to use cognitive-behavioral techniques to aid clients in overcoming and changing thought distortions and processes that may be disruptive to living their most fulfilling lives.
Jasmine Singh, Consultant and Family Liasion
Jasmine Singh is a skilled healthcare professional with extensive experience in cancer research and healthcare administration. She has a diverse set of skills and knowledge in both the clinical and administrative aspects of healthcare. Jasmine started her career in cancer research, at the University of Colorado Cancer Center, where she gained expertise in experimental techniques, data analysis, and developing new therapies. Her research focused on understanding the mechanisms of cancer cell signaling pathways and identifying potential targets for therapeutic intervention. She also worked with other researchers and medical professionals to conduct clinical trials and translate research findings into clinical practice. After several years in cancer research, Jasmine transitioned to healthcare administration, where she developed her leadership and management skills. As a healthcare administrator, she managed multiple healthcare facilities, oversaw budgets, and created policies and procedures to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. Jasmine's ability to balance the clinical and administrative aspects of healthcare has been a valuable asset in her career. Jasmine is dedicated to improving patient outcomes and advancing the field of healthcare. Her expertise in cancer research and healthcare administration has provided her with a unique perspective and skill set that she brings to her work every day. She is a collaborative team player who is always willing to share her knowledge and expertise with colleagues, and she is a respected member of the University of Colorado Anschutz research community.
Wilmerys Soto, Parenting Time Coach
Wilmerys Soto received her undergraduate degree from Stony Brook University, Stony Brook NY with a degree in psychology. She currently is in a Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) program at the University of Colorado Denver. She is in the works of attainting the bilingual concentration and the Neurosequential model in education. Wilmerys has a behavioral background […]
Alejando Milan, Parenting Time Coach
Hello! I’m Alejandro Milan, an undergraduate student studying Social Work, and I’m in the midst of a career transition driven by my unwavering passion for aiding those in need. As a bilingual individual with Spanish as my primary language, I have the ability to assist and connect with people in the Latino community effectively. However, […]
Arianna Merlo, Parenting Time Coach
Arianna Merlo is a bilingual Parenting Time Supervisor, with over seven years of experience in the Criminal Justice system and over two years in child welfare. She is a native Spanish speaker and has in-depth understanding of diverse Hispanic communities. She has worked in a variety of settings and has a wealth of knowledge and […]
Tanae Dabney, Parenting Time Coach
Tanae Dabney received an undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado, Denver with a degree in psychology. She has been working as a Parenting Time Supervisor since 2016. She has extensive experience testifying in Family Court proceedings, and she has presented at local conferences. Tanae has worked with children experiencing behavioral difficulties in the school […]