Angie Bell, LPC - Owner and Operator

Angie graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a Masters Degree in Community Counselling. She is a native of Colorado Springs and has worked with families and children for over nineteen years providing individual, group and family therapy services. As a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Domestic Violence Offender Management Board (DVOMB) approved treatment provider for both women and men. Angie brings specific expertise and an in-depth understanding of the individual and family dynamics involved in domestic violence situations. Her practice provides active co-facilitation of both adult domestic violence offender groups as well as adolescent groups. She is currently trained in EMDR trauma recovery for adults and children as young as three years of age. A commitment to the emotional health and well-being of children and families within our community is paramount in the treatment provided by Angie

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Christine Burcham, LPC - Owner and Operator

Christine graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a Masters degree in Community Counselling and has completed her coursework toward her Doctorate in Psychology. She has over eighteen years experience working with victims and offenders of domestic violence in El Paso County and has a substantial knowledge base of community resources. She is also a Domestic Violence Offender Management Board (DVOMB) approved treatment provider for men. Christine provides a wide range of services to include individual, group, and couples therapy as well as EMDR trauma recovery. In addition to therapeutic services, she provides domestic violence evaluations and mental health assessments. Empowering clients to achieve their personal goals and develop greater independence is an essential component of Christine's treatment approach.

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Gabrielle Gaye, BSBA

Gabrielle graduated from the University of Denver with a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration. She has over sixteen years of experience working in business management. Prior to joining the mental health and substance abuse field 6 years ago, she worked for a national school system opening and managing schools in 2 states. Gabrielle enjoys working with small businesses and helping them reach their goals.

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Eric Hutchinson, Ph.D.

Dr. Hutchinson earned his B.S. degree in Psychological Science in 1986 and M.A. degree in Counselling Psychology in 1988 from Ball State University. His Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology was completed in 1994 at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Dr. Hutchinson worked for 17 years as the Chief Psychologist for a Federal Agency. During that time, he functioned in multiple roles including Employee Assistance Program Coordinator, Suicide Prevention Program Coordinator, and Drug Abuse Program Coordinator. Throughout his career, he has worked in a variety of settings including community mental health, marriage and family counselling, academic advising, domestic violence counseling, substance abuse counseling, crisis intervention, children's homes, Veteran's Administration Hospitals, and university counseling centers. In addition to being a Colorado-Licensed Psychologist, Dr. Hutchinson is a Certified Child and Family Investigator, Certified EMDR Therapist, and trained in biofeedback.

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Pam Wiebelhaus, LPC, LAC

Pam graduated from South Dakota State University with a Master’s degree in Counselling and Human Resource Development. She has over nineteen years of experience working in the field of addictions. Over the last eleven years, she has focused on working with the El Paso County Department of Human Services and the 4th Judicial Probation Department. Pam is specifically trained in Trauma Informed Therapy. She provides individual, group, family and couples therapy. Pam provides a nurturing environment that promotes healing, growth and personal change in her clients.

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Renae Thacker, LPC

Renae Thacker graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology in 2005. She obtained a Master of Arts in Counselling and Human Services from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in 2009. She is a Nationally Certified Counselor and a Licensed Professional Counsellor in the state of Colorado. She has experience providing treatment in individual, group, family, and play therapy sessions, and has worked extensively with clients who have survived and/or committed acts of domestic violence and/or sexual assault. She is committed to empowering clients and supporting them in their individual journeys for change.

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Ashley Baldwin, LPC, CACII

Ashley graduated from the University of Arizona in 2007 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Family Studies and Human Development. She obtained a Masters of Arts in Counseling and Human Services in 2010 from The University of Colorado. Since 2008, Ashley has worked with many clients involved with El Paso County Department of Human Services and the Fourth Judicial District. Ashley is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Addiction Counselor II and specializes in working with addiction and mental health needs. Ashley works with adults and adolescents, and provides group, individual, family and couple’s therapy. Ashley believes in a relaxing therapeutic environment that allows for a sense of humor while also instilling hope, promoting her clients to work towards their treatment goals.

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Rachel LaDuke, LPC, RPT, NCC

Rachel LaDuke graduated from Regis University with a Master’s in Counselling. Rachel is a Licensed Professional Counselor as well as a Registered Play Therapist. Rachel offers various therapeutic opportunities for children and adolescents to include experiential play therapy. She has facilitated Nurturing/Parenting groups and is an advocate for parent(s) believing the power of uniting parent(s) with their children. She has experience working in the field of domestic violence and treating victims of domestic violence and assisting domestic violence offenders in general areas of mental health and trauma. Rachel believes that all people have an internal desire to achieve happiness and self-fulfillment, which can be helped through the therapeutic process..

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