Dr. Megan McKnight - Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Founder and Clinical Director

I believe in leaning into life's challenges, its pain and struggle, as well as its excitement and joy. I find that making intentional choices to cultivate and nourish a balanced life decreases suffering and leads to a more meaningful existence. My goal is to help each person I work with become their best version of themselves.

I work with adults of all backgrounds and I specialize in the treatment of anxiety, depression, stress, trauma, bipolar disorder, psychosis, relationship dissatisfaction, infertility and challenges associated with reproduction, perinatal concerns (pregnancy and postpartum), and difficulties associated with life transitions. Other common concerns I treat include insomnia, loneliness, low motivation, and lack of direction in life. I have advanced training in the following treatment modalities: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness, Cognitive Processing Disorder (CPT), Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PE), and Motivational Interviewing (MI). I am a member of the Colorado Psychological Association and I am a supervisor for masters and doctoral level therapists in training.

I am passionate about finding ways to generate and embrace joy in myself and others. Outside of work, I love the wilderness, deeper connections, and adventures. In my free time, you'll find me hiking, camping, traveling, skiing, exploring, doing yoga, attending concerts, hanging out with my family and dogs, cooking a new recipe, or trying to learn how to love running 🙂

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Holly O'Dell-Schlenz, MSW, SEP - Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Assistant Clinical Director    (Independent Contractor)

I believe that you have the strength to move beyond your pain, into a space of authentic and lasting life fulfillment. I am here to help you tap into this strength. We often get stuck in our minds and disconnect from our bodies, preventing us from accessing the body’s wisdom, intuition, and resilience. Through uniting the mind and the body, you are able to transcend your struggles and embrace the present moment, cultivating a deep connection to your life. Together, we will work to connect to the body’s consciousness, enabling you to move past negative beliefs and patterns while illuminating the empowered essence of who you are.

Working with women and survivors of trauma is not only my specialty, but my heart’s work. We will work together to mindfully track the nervous system, enabling you to release past experiences and pain. My approach orients around your strengths, so that empowerment, confidence, and connection will thread throughout your healing journey.

I provide individual therapy for adults. My therapeutic approach is rooted in Somatic Experiencing®, Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I specialize in the treatment of trauma, anxiety, attachment, stress, women's issues, relationship dissatisfaction, self-esteem, and difficulties associated with life transitions. I commit to creating a space of unconditional acceptance and support, and to show up to this space with authenticity, compassion, and empathy. I would love to walk alongside you as you begin your healing journey.

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Dr. Mike Hart

Licensed Psychologist

Oftentimes in life we find ourselves stuck and uncertain how to move forward. Whether it's anxiety, grief, depression, trauma, difficulties with a life transition, or another issue, I aim to help each person I work with identify what's holding them back and explore ways to generate momentum toward a more fulfilling life.

I work with adults of diverse cultural identities in addressing a wide range of concerns. I treat anxiety, grief, adjustment issues, life transitions, career concerns, depression, stress, relationship problems, social anxiety, trauma, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.  I am also experienced in treating substance abuse disorders through my previous work as a substance abuse counselor. I often work in therapy using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), an interpersonal approach, Motivational Interviewing (MI), Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PE), and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT). When applicable to someone's presenting concerns, I am passionate about integrating forgiveness into treatment, as forgiveness was the focus of my doctoral research. My approach to therapy has been described as warm and gentle.

Prior to my work as a therapist, I worked as a writer and editor, first in journalism and later for an online learning company. Outside of my work, I enjoy listening to music, playing guitar, running, hiking, playing games (including Dungeons & Dragons), and watching baseball. I love to travel and have been privileged to spend time traveling abroad on several occasions during my life (my favorite countries visited are Italy and Japan). 

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Carly Partridge, MA, NCC - Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate

Helping and caring for others as they navigate the joys and challenges of life has always been my passion.  I believe it is my life’s purpose to support individuals as they learn, live and grow into the best version of themselves. In my spare time I enjoy reading, watching sports, and spending time in nature with my husband and two children.

As a counselor, I believe that the therapeutic relationship is paramount and creating a safe space where clients feel comfortable and seen is my priority. I understand that making the decision to come to therapy can often be difficult. I believe that you are the expert on your own life, and it is my role to provide guidance and encouragement as we make sense of your story. I will support you with care and intention as we move towards accomplishing your goals together.

Using a psychodynamic lens, my therapeutic approach includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Person-Centered Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, and Self-Compassion Informed Therapy. I work with adults and treat anxiety, adjustment issues, infertility and challenges associated with reproduction, life transitions, depression, stress, relationship problems, trauma, and parenting concerns.  I would consider it the greatest privilege to share in your life and to support you in your journey to self-fulfillment. As a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate, I am under the supervision of Dr. Megan Mcknight.

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Heather Davis, MSW - Licensed Clinical Social Worker

(Independent Contractor)

I understand that change is scary, overwhelming, and uncertain. I commend you for taking this first step in allowing for change.

Together we will work to recognize and explore unhelpful beliefs and behaviors that may be keeping you stuck. I will guide you in moving beyond fear and into a space that allows you to live a values based life.

My goal is to create a collaborative and supportive space that allows you to feel comfortable in showing up as yourself. I commit to supporting you on your journey to wellness with patience, understanding, empathy, and compassion.

I am passionate about my work with adults, adolescents, and families and specialize in treating eating disorders, body image distress, depression, anxiety, and trauma. I regularly support challenges related to stress, transitions, and self-esteem. I also provide supervision for masters level therapists in training. My passions outside of work include my love for dogs and the beach.

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Sarah Rohr, MA - Licensed Professional Counselor

(Independent Contractor)

Relationships are everything. I am passionate about building meaningful connections with a foundation of honesty and kindness. This is my approach personally and professionally. I believe in the power of the therapeutic relationship and that ANYONE can benefit from therapy. I provide individual counseling for adult clients. My primary treatment modalities include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). I treat depression, anxiety, trauma, and disordered eating. I also assist clients through the process of managing grief and loss, life transitions, and interpersonal challenges.

I am committed to holding an open, nonjudgmental space where you feel seen, understood, and less alone in navigating life’s growth periods and challenges. I work from a place of empowerment, encouraging you to be an active participant in your life. You will never be faulted for experiencing unhelpful thoughts, beliefs, or difficult emotions. It is how we respond to these that matters. You can count on me to be compassionate and transparent with you in our work together, while maintaining a sense of humor along the way.

I’m on your team; here to support and advocate for you as you move towards the life you want to live. We will work together to identify the strengths you already possess and to support you in showing up each day as the person you wish to be in this world and in your relationships.

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Emilie Nicotra

Emilie Nicotra, MSW - Licensed Clinical Social Worker

(Independent Contractor)

I believe that life can be both challenging and full of surprises.  As we go through our day-to-day life experiences, we may be faced with obstacles that can interfere with our growth and cause us to lose sight of our larger goal and the life we want to live. I believe that it is my role to create a supportive environment where you can learn to be compassionate and grow into your best self.  

As a therapist, my goal is to create a safe, empowering, and non-judgmental environment where we can explore your life story and work collaboratively to gain insight and develop skills that promote self-compassion and self-reliance.  I strive to help you develop a life that is aligned with your values and your best version of yourself. I specialize in working with emerging adults and adults who are struggling with anxiety, depression, life transitions, stress management, relationship issues, and work/life balance.

I believe that you are the expert in your life and that through building an open and supportive relationship we can identify your strengths and work together to accomplish your therapeutic goals.  The therapeutic modalities that I pull from are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Self-Compassion, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Mindfulness-based treatment.  

I would be honored to be by your side as you begin your healing journey, learn how to be resilient, and live your life to the fullest.  

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Courtney Nickele, MA - Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate

Whether it is your first time or your one hundredth time to therapy, implementing lasting, authentic change is always difficult. I am here to support you in your journey to change with patience, curiosity, empathy, and humor.

My approach to therapy is collaborative, flexible, and goal oriented, centered on building and maintaining strong therapeutic rapport and rooted in evidence based treatment. Together we will work to uncover and challenge the psychological patterns holding you back from growing into the healthiest version of yourself.

Based on clients’ previous experiences and current priorities, I utilize techniques from Cognitive Behavioral TherapyDialectical Behavior TherapyMotivational Interviewing, Interpersonal Social Rhythm Therapy, and Cognitive Processing Therapy. I am passionate about working with adults who are struggling with transitions, trauma, anger management, anxietydepression, grief, aging, perfectionism, perinatal concerns (including infertility, pregnancy, postpartum), issues related to gender and sexual identity, relationship problems, and self-esteem.

Outside of the office, I practice self-compassion and mental well-being through hot yoga, skiing, exploring Denver’s ever-growing list of new coffee shops, and plenty of Brene Brown podcasts. As a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate, I am under the supervision of Dr. Megan McKnight.

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Jack Williams, MA - Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate

Therapy can be very difficult, but I believe in its importance because it gives us the chance to see ourselves, our relationships, and the world in a different way. Therapy also helps us build the skills necessary to achieve our goals. My approach to therapy is collaborative, goal oriented, and focused on building a strong therapeutic relationship that creates and environment of trust and respect that allows us to grow and solve problems together. Challenges always look the most difficult when you are facing them alone and I want to be there to help you when you’re facing your biggest challenges. 

I help adults with anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, adjustment issues, insomnia, ADHD, grief and loss, perfectionism, self-esteem, relationship struggles, panic, social anxiety, and trauma. Furthermore, I am passionate about helping improve mental health access in the community. Prior to making my career switch to counseling I was a teacher so I have unique experience to offer teachers as well as any other adult who is considering or in the midst of a career transition. 

The therapeutic modalities that I utilize in my practice are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Interpersonal Social Rhythm Therapy (IPSRT), Cognitive Processing Therapy, and Person-Centered Therapy.

In my personal life some things I find very meaningful and bring me joy are hiking, playing sports like basketball and kickball, going to concerts, cooking, and watching films. I love to hear about new shows, movies, artists, or hiking spots to check out. As a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate, I am under the supervision of Dr. Megan McKnight.

I currently offer sessions at a reduced fee of $100 per session and have availability for in-person and online sessions weekdays, evenings, and Saturdays. 

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Faith Voss, MSW - Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Adolescence is a critical stage for the development of an individual’s mental health. Events that take place during these formative years can significantly impact a young person’s self-perception, how they understand and tolerate emotions, the beliefs they form about the world, and can influence their relationships with others. Faulty beliefs or thought patterns that develop in this time can cause debilitating distress and lead to mental health difficulties, which may extend into adulthood. This is why I am passionate about helping people establish strong mental health practices. Equipping and empowering adolescents and adults to have agency over their wellbeing offers emotional relief in the short term, while at the same time establishes a strong foundation that will benefit them later in life.

I specialize in working with adolescents (ages 9+) and adults struggling with a wide range of difficulties. I treat anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), trauma, school and social phobia, attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), adjustment to major life events, grief and loss, attachment issues, selective mutism, body image difficulties, and self-harming behavior. Due to the impact mental health difficulties frequently have on the family system, I also provide parent sessions and parent consultations when I am working with an adolescent.

In treatment, I utilize cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), exposure and response prevention (ERP), trauma focused-CBT, and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT). Having provided and developed in-school mental health programs in the United States and Switzerland, I also offer consultation for schools on how to develop programs to increase student wellbeing.

In my free time, I relax by being in nature. I especially enjoy hiking, trail running, cycling, and camping. While living in Europe, my favorite places to hike were in the Swiss Alps and the Italian Dolomites. I am an avid fan of gymnastics and women’s volleyball (go Badgers!). I love traveling, attending concerts, and enjoy a good meal with friends.

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Martha Janney, MSW - Licensed Clinical Social Worker

I am inspired by the resilience of the human condition- the ability to overcome, grow, flourish and build a rich, full and meaningful life. And, wow- is it hard work! Resilience my favorite word, and I wouldn’t wish it on anyone because it is earned in the deepest, darkest challenges of our lives. It is my goal to partner with individuals on their ever-evolving journey of self-actualization.

I am passionate about exploring identity, processing and integrating traumatic experiences, supporting effective coping and connecting to purpose. I am trained in and utilize Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Let’s Connect (parenting support), attachment, mindfulness, expressive arts and I employ an existential perspective.

I work with adults and specialize in treating anxiety, depression, trauma, self-esteem, adjustment, identity, perinatal support (pregnancy, postpartum), parenting, grief, relationship challenges and life transitions. 

I love spending time with my family and cat. I recharge in nature and enjoy exploring, especially when it involves hot springs. 

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Jennifer Tougaw, MSW - Licensed Clinical Social Worker

I know that there is so much uncertainty and anxiety in so many aspects of life today. I am hopeful that I can help you start processing all of these emotions and create a new balance in your life. Sometimes it is really helpful to be able to express yourself in a safe, compassionate, and nonjudgemental space.

I work with adults facing many different struggles, including anxiety, depression, grief, stress, life transitions, and relationship issues. I do not believe that “one size fits all” when it comes to therapy. I use a variety of approaches when I work with clients, with each treatment plan being tailored specifically towards each individual’s goals and preferences. That being said, I believe that mindfulness and self-compassion are essential in creating a sense of calm and peace within you and I almost always integrate these practices into my work. I also utilize many interventions from evidence-based treatment modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Additionally, I am a certified HeartMath biofeedback practitioner. HeartMath is evidence-based techniques and technology that provide objective and measurable ways to see improvements in physiological and behavioral functioning. With HeartMath biofeedback, I can teach you simple techniques that can help you connect with your heart to manage stress and learn to regulate your emotions.

I am also a Gottman method trained couples therapist. When two imperfect people get together, there are bound to be issues. My goal is to help you manage those issues and learn to talk to each other in a way that is healthy and loving. Couples therapy also helps you learn to be vulnerable and trusting with one another and explore issues that may be deeper patterns in your lives. I offer a safe, compassionate, and open space for you to learn to love & support each other through this journey.

Outside of work, I love to spend time with my family and friends. I enjoy hiking, traveling, and cozying up with a good mystery.

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Alexis Kaiser

Alexis Kaiser, MS - Doctoral (PsyD) Practicum Therapist


I believe in living a mindful and intentional life, making choices that are meaningful and healthy, while maintaining awareness of our own thoughts, feelings, and how we interact with others. We can sometimes experience difficulties in life when our physical state, thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and social factors all intersect in a way that negatively impacts our well-being. 

My goal is to help clients by understanding how certain factors may play a role in their development, health, processing, and conflict. Therapy can be most effective and beneficial when there is an approach that considers the whole person.

I am deeply passionate about helping individuals who experience chronic illness and/or pain, ADHD, anxiety, relationship challenges, self-esteem, life transitions, stress, insomnia, and depression. I also have a strong desire for helping caregivers and loved ones of individuals who suffer from health conditions and/or mental illness. I utilize techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Person-Centered Therapy.

Prior to my work as a therapist, I worked in the medical field as a pharmaceutical consultant and clinical educator. In my free time, I enjoy going to the mountains, skiing, golfing, and kayaking. I love watching documentaries and mysteries, collecting books, traveling, attempting a pescatarian lifestyle, visiting with my friends and family, and learning how to make exercise a lifelong habit. As a PsyD student in practicum, I am under the supervision of licensed psychologist, Dr. Megan McKnight. 

I currently offer sessions at a reduced fee of $70 per session and have availability for in-person and online sessions.

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Maddie Rubin

Maddie Rubin, BA - Masters Practicum Therapist

Embarking on the path of change is undeniably challenging, but it's within these challenges that we find the opportunities for our greatest growth. I am committed to helping you create lasting change that moves beyond the therapy room. My strengths-based approach is grounded in creating a collaborative and empowering space where you can truly grow into the best version of yourself. 

Utilizing techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), we will work together to identify and transform your unhelpful thought patterns and behaviors, fostering a healthier mindset and enabling you to take control of your emotional well-being. I also utilize interventions from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Psychodynamic and Person-Centered therapy. I am passionate about working with adults who are struggling with a wide range of concerns including ADHD, anxiety, relationship challenges, self-esteem, life transitions, stress, insomnia, and depression. I’m here to help you navigate life’s challenges and build a foundation for sustained, positive change.

Outside of the office, I enjoy practicing self-care through hiking, playing sand volleyball, watching live music, and spending all of my time with my pug, Milo. As a Counseling Practicum Student I am under the supervision of Dr. Megan McKnight.

I currently offer sessions at a reduced fee of $60 per session and have availability for in-person and online sessions.

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