Darcy Cole, she/her, Owner & Clinical Director

Darcy has her Masters in Social work, and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Colorado. She is also currently pursuing a doctorate in Socal Work at Simmons University. Darcy is a part of the LGBTQIA2S+ community and understands the importance of systemic and policy progression. Darcy sits on several community committees and is dedicated to social justice advocacy.

Ana White, she/her, Chief Operations Officer

Ana has her Masters in Healthcare Administration from Colorado State University. Ana has previously worked in community mental health & substance use prevention. Ana sits on a state legislative committee dedicated to improving the Medicaid system for both members & providers. She has also been a committee member with several organizations in the past. She holds a Project Management Professional Certificate, & certifications in administering the Vulnerability Index Service Prioritization Decision Assistance Tool (VI-SPDAT), Youth Mental Health First-Aid USA, & Adult Mental Health First-Aid USA.  Ana is a part of the LGBTQIA2S+ community & is dedicated to state policy progression & harm reduction efforts.

Erin Rycraft, she/her, Case Manager 

Erin has worked as a certified case manager and client centered advocate in varied social work settings both in Washington state and Colorado. She is an ally to marginalized groups and have provided kind and respectful individualized case management with needs spanning: Mental illness, Cognitive impairment, Dementia-Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities and Brain Injuries. Erin can support you with any case management need.

Karina Lantzy, she/her, Clinicial Supervisor

Karina is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Masters of Social Work from Colorado State University- Pueblo. Karina’s certifications include: Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED, Positive Youth Development Training, Recognize, Respond, Report: Training for mandatory reporters of child abuse and neglect, Early Childhood Professional Develop Information System (PDIS): New Standard Precautions-Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases and Immunizations. HSN05 Required Training., & Level 2.HSN01 Rules and Regulations.

James Lantzy, he/him, Clinician

James is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and licensed clinical social worker candidate. James has a Masters of Social Work from Colorado State University- Pueblo. His certifications include:CITI, GCP-Social and Behavioral Research Best Practices for Clinical Research, Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED, Positive Youth Development Training, Recognize, Respond, Report: Training for mandatory reporters of child abuse and neglect, Early Childhood Professional Develop Information System (PDIS): New Standard Precautions- Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases and Immunizations. “HSN05 Required Training, &Level 2. HSN01 Rules & Regulations.

Rosemary Goya, she/they, Clinician

Rosemary is a Clinical Social Work Candidate. They earned a Masters degree in Social Work from Simmons University and a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Psychology from the University of Florida. Goya is a bicultural, Spanish speaking, radically inclusive and affirming social work therapist whose practice focuses on ecological, trauma informed, and systems approaches.

Austin Noe, he/him, Clinician

Austin has a Masters of Social work from University of Texas at Arlington. Austin is a Licensed Social Worker and licensed clinical social worker candidate. He was the Social Work Counsel Community Service Chairman from 2020-2021. Austin is certified in Suicide Intervention Training, Mental Health First Aid, SOAR (SSI/SSDI Outreach, Access & Recovery), Motivational Interviewing ANSA & CANS, and is CPR/AED/First Aid trained.

Bethany Maxwell, she/her, Clinician

Bethany is a licensed professional counselor candidate, who received her graduate degree in clinical mental health counseling from Antioch University – New England. She is a certified trauma specialist and an intuitive eating counselor. Her therapeutic specialities include trauma, burn out, self-esteem, disordered eating, gender affirming care, and life transitions. Bethany utilizes a non-directive approach to therapy, working to provide a space for her clients to explore themselves and make meaning within their own lives without the constraints of a singular approach. Techniques and skills discussed during therapy sessions come from a variety of therapeutic modalities including existentialism, psychoanalysis, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and Rogerian therapy.

Amanda Smith, she/her, Clinician

Amanda Smith is a Licensed Social Worker and a licensed clinical social worker candidate. Amanda received her Master of Social Work Degree from Walden University and a Masters in Transpersonal Psychology from Sofia University. Amanda’s certifications include: Acceptance Commitment Training, DBT group training, Applied  Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST), Motivational Interviewing, Psychosocial Rehabilitation, Solution Focused/Brief Therapy, Collaborative Crisis Response Planning and Conflict Management, Coordinated Services Team Initiative Training, and is a Authorized Facilitator for Stewards of Children. Amanda has focused her career on supporting diverse populations experiencing generational and developmental trauma including LGBTQIA2S+ and First Nation Tribal communities.

 

Michael McGuin, he/him, Clinical Intern

Mike is a clinical intern currently in the process of achieving a Master of Arts degree in clinical mental health counseling from Colorado Christian University. Mike has a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from Loyola University, Chicago. Prior to entering the field of counseling Mike spent the past 30 years working in industry as a consultant helping companies implement supply chain planning solutions. With this new career focus, Mike brings empathy and understanding to clients in a collaborative manner, helping them navigate life’s challenges, overcome obstacles to their well-being, and cultivate greater resilience and self-awareness while improving their overall mental health. Mike uses a variety of modalities including Person-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.

Danielle Ramseier she/her, Clinical Intern

Danielle is a clinical intern pursuing a Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling at Colorado Christian University. She leads with empathy, adaptability, and perceptive insight into clients’ challenges. Danielle sees counseling as a dynamic team effort where we explore challenges, define goals, and systematically work toward a brighter future. Danielle’s approaches to counseling are trauma-informed and eclectic, blending Cognitive Behavioral, Solution-Focused, Family Systems, Person-Centered, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.