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Anca Niculae, LMFT

I am trained in The Nurtured Heart Approach, EMDR II, Brainspotting II, and the Gottman Approach Level II. I enjoy working with all ages and issues, and am very comfortable addressing issues related to trauma, relationships, parenting, sexuality, and major life changes. I use mindfulness, DBT and CBT skills, and can find it beneficial to include your religious, spiritual or personal culture beliefs in our work.

970.567.8504


DR. Nicole Lewis, ND

I am a Naturopathic doctor who believes in the body’s innate ability to heal itself. I do collaborative mental health visits with Dr. Brooke Schneider bringing in a natural perspective with specialty testing, diet and supplements. I also specialize in hormones (thyroid, adrenal and sex hormones) pre and post natal care.

520.370.8744


Dr. Brooke Schneider, D.O.

I am an adult, child and adolescent psychiatrist, and I work from a whole-person perspective. During my medical training, I gained experience with complementary and alternative modalities including osteopathic manipulative medicine, cranial therapy, and holistic approaches to illnesses, both physical and mental, with a focus on restoring wellness. As an osteopathic physician, I keep these osteopathic principles at the core of my practice: “the person is a unit of body, mind, and spirit”, and “the body is capable of self-regulation, self-healing, and health maintenance”. My goal in working with children and families is to provide tools to increase balance and wellness, so that the body and mind can self-heal.

970.449.2508


Dr. Emily Richter, PhD

Dr. Emily Richter received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Northern Colorado and her M.A. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Colorado. Dr. Richter is a licensed psychologist in the state of Colorado. She has experience working with adults and teens with issues including anxiety and mood disorders, compulsive disorders, addictions, and personality disorders. She specializes in the treatment of eating disorders and trauma. Dr. Richter is trained in a number of therapeutic modalities, including EMDR, CBT, DBT, psychodrama, and psychodynamic therapy. Dr. Richter values the therapeutic relationship, instillation of hope, and optimism around recovery. Her clients appreciate her sense of humor, genuineness, and candid approach to therapy. 

970.581.6088


Julie A. Derry, Ed.d, MS, LPC

I have close to two decades of experience helping clients establish and maintain a healthy weight and improve body image/self-esteem, as well as several years working with clients with eating disorders. I have completed my Mastery Level I certification in Trauma Dynamics, which can help us with clearing out any obstacles in your life.

970.658.5067


Leah Barrett, MS, CPT, LCSW

I have worked for almost two decades helping people struggling with depression, anxiety, grief, life transitions, and eating disorders. I’m a Master’s Level Nutritionist and Certified Personal Trainer. I help people adopt healthy eating patterns for a lifetime, not a quick fix. In therapy, I work with individuals and couples, and often have one of my therapy dogs present in the room. I can create fitness plans for a one:one personal training setting.

970.481.0972


Marilyn MacIntyre, LMFT

I have worked for over two decades with individuals, couples and families on issues ranging from anxiety, depression and challenging life events, premarital therapy, significant marital disruptions and families in crisis. My goal is to help you find your strengths and help you recover a balanced life.

970.218.8532


Miriam Vinton, LPC

Miriam Vinton is a Licensed Professional Counselor who specializes in anxiety, depression, grief and loss and day to day stress. Her style is solution based drawing from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Positive Psychology and various types of relaxation techniques including EFT, mindfulness and meditation.

Miriam works with adults to help them find the resources within themselves to make lasting life changes.

970.218.8532


Karyn Steenstra

Karyn moved to Fort Collins nearly nine years ago from Maine and she has found the best of both worlds! Immediately upon relocating, she found her way to Peak Pilates in Boulder where she earned her Comprehensive Certification in 2008.

Pilates is a form of exercise where you will strengthen and stretch your muscles while using balance and proper alignment. You will explore how to locate and activate your deep core muscles to help alleviate back pain and other complaints with a variety of exercises.

Phoenix Rising Pilates: 970.222.3802


Adrienne Birt, BA

Adrienne Birt has been practicing yoga for 15 years and began teaching after completing her 200 hour teacher training with Old Town Yoga Studio in 2016.  Adrienne is also a meditation teacher, a Trauma Treatment Coordinator and a Life Coach for youth in Larimer County. Adrienne is working on her Masters in Social Work at Colorado State University.   Adrienne’s social work practice, meditation and yoga classes are all informed by her drive to elevate social justice in our community. 


Jonathon Dean, BA

Jon Dean had been a student of humanity and spirituality every since moving up to Colorado in 2012. He has studied anthropology and religious studies at CSU and had taken many expeditions around the world which have served to enrich and expand his world view. His most recent interests include making yoga accessible and effective in mitigating mental illnesses and developing good overall balance and health for himself and his students. 


Lauren Macintire, BS

Lauren has been practicing yoga for over 14 years and has been teaching with LifeChange Services since completing her 200-hour teacher training with the Holistic Yoga School in 2017. Lauren's Mission is to create a welcoming and safe space where a calming and enriching practice can be attained through the improvement of self. Lauren strives to provide a sanctuary where students can practice yoga in the absence of competition, comparison, or self-judgement allowing them to experience the physical, mental, and spiritual benefits of their individual practice.