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Englewood, CO 80110

Serving the Englewood, South Denver and Littleton areas.
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Meet Our Therapists

Shannon Heers, LPC, CACIII

owner and therapist

I believe that people come to counseling in order to change something; to change themselves, their behavior, or their perceptions of situations, and most importantly, to feel better. Change takes mindful thought, practice, and, at times, guided direction. I emphatically believe that you can feel better or make the change you want to in your life, and I've helped many people do this. 

Theoretical Approach to therapy and Change:

Change requires commitment and hard work, and that is why therapy is so hard. I believe it's not a sprint to heal, but more similar to running a marathon to make lasting, effective change. It is not easy to replace habits or thinking processes that you have honed over many years or even perhaps your lifetime to date. I try to find out what you want to change or how you want to feel better, and work with you as a partner to make this happen in a safe and supportive environment.

kristen Dammer, LCSW

therapist/Clinical Social Worker

Most of us have experienced at least one mild trauma that shifted our perceptions of ourselves or the world negatively, leaving us feeling vulnerable and open. I believe that working side by side with a therapist, and having choices of interventions, can create a safe environment, where sharing vulnerabilities doesn't evoke fear. I believe in discovering together which solutions will help you through your challenges. We can focus on how your personal experiences have and continue to affect your life and/or just focus on the solutions that you need today. With support, I believe that anyone can shift a challenging situation.

Theoretical Approach to therapy and Change:

I listen to what brings you into counseling, and together we come up with a plan to help you reach your goals. All of your needs and wants as a person are an important part of your counseling journey, and I make sure to address you as an entire person. I am trained in Eye Movement and Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), so my main therapeutic approach is the Adaptive Information Processing Model. My other main therapeutic approaches are strengths-based, motivational interviewing, and cognitive behavioral therapy. I vary my approach based on what you need at any specific time during our sessions.

jennifer kubilus, lpc

therapist

My goal is to create a safe space where you can feel comfortable exploring your thoughts, feelings and life situations. I will help you identify and understand emotional and behavioral patterns that may not be working, and then guide you to develop new avenues for thriving in relationships with yourself and others. With compassion and sincerity, I work with each individual to help you build on your strengths, learn new skills, and attain the growth and change your are committed to accomplishing.

theoretical approach to therapy and change:

I draw from a variety of approaches to therapy that are custom to your needs and life experiences. I use a person-centered approach that is strengths-based with everyone, and I add in cognitive behavioral therapy and acceptance and commitment approaches as indicated. You are a unique individual and deserve an approach that is tailored to you, and I can provide you with this.