Meet the Team
MA, NCC, LPC, NeurOptimal® Trainer, Supervisor, Owner
Originally from Florida, Laura received her BS in Telecommunication from the University of Florida (Go Gators!) in 2008. She received her MA in Clinical Counseling from Denver Seminary in 2014.
With eight years of experience in the field, Laura's uses an integrative model of therapy to address a variety of issues. She often incorporates Brainspotting and neurofeedback into sessions. She works with a variety of ages and issues and offers faith based counseling upon request.
MA, LPCC, CAS
Liz is a Certified Autism Specialist and has over 8 years of experience working with neurodiverse individuals.
If you or your child/teen struggles with challenges related to Autism, ADHD, or intellectual or learning disabilities, she would love to support you.
Through child-led play and cognitive behavioral support, Liz works with children to strengthen skills and regulate emotions. She utilizes CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) and mindfulness based therapy to support clients and help them reach their goals.
It takes a lot of courage to begin the process of seeking out a therapist. We can support you in this journey and truly believe we can find healing together. Find out more about Liz at www.neurodiverse-counseling.com.
Kiera Pelletier MA, LPCC, NeurOptimal® Trainer
Kiera graduated with a BA in Social Work and is currently in her last semester at CCU, receiving her MA in Clinical Counseling.
Kiera has experience assisting at-risk youth in community programs as well as working with youth in residential treatment. She also has experience working with all ages in a private practice setting.
She uses a variety of modalities in therapy including; Brainspotting, play therapy, expressive therapies, and narrative therapy.
BS, Graduate Intern
Jessica is fluent in Spanish and in her last year of the masters of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Colorado Christian University.
Jessica's passion is working with mothers, couples, and adolescents with issues concerning life transitions, stress and anxiety, career and job satisfaction, and grief and loss.
In treatment, Jessica often uses CBT, Gestalt, and Solution-Focused therapy with clients. Jessica believes therapy is collaborative and strives to empower her clients to draw on their unique strengths.
Dave Littleton completed his MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Colorado Christian University.
He primarily works with young adults and children dealing with ADHD, social anxiety, depression, OCD, and self-esteem issues. However, he is trained to work with all population groups and a wide range of presenting problems.
He is also trained in Brainspotting, which is a powerful brain-based therapy that allows clients to process trauma or other adverse experiences on a deeper level by accessing the subcortical regions of the brain.
BA, Graduate Intern
Kacie is in her last year of graduate school at Colorado Christian University to complete her MA in Clinical Counseling.
Kacie specializes in working with all ages. She has experience working with clients dealing with anxiety, depression, career moves, codependency, family conflict, life coaching, relationship issues, stress, and self esteem.
She has received level 1 and 2 Gottman training and loves working with couples and families. She also uses CBT and DBT in treatment and works from an attachment theory lens.
Misty Hughes, LPCC
Misty earned her BS in Psychology from the University of Colorado-Denver. She received her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Colorado Christian University.
Misty also received a degree in pastoral counseling which allows her to offer premarital counseling services. Misty has 18 years of experience working with kids, teens, and young adults with learning differences such as ADHD, ASD, Dyslexia, and executive functioning deficits. She also has experience with career counseling.
In treatment, Misty uses an integrative, client-centered approach. She also uses modalities including play therapy, art therapy, neurofeedback, neurodiversity and learning differences counseling, and a faith-based approach upon request.
BS, Graduate Intern
Madisyn earned her BS in Biobehavioral Health from Penn State and is working towards her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from CCU.
Madisyn works with clients of all ages with an emphasis on kids, teens, and college students. She has specific training in autism and other developmental delays but also sees clients dealing with trauma, anxiety, stress, multicultural issues, transitions, eating disorders, self esteem, body image issues, spirituality, and suicidality.
She works out of an existential, Adlerian, and Feminist approach and often uses Relational-Cultural therapy and CBT in treatment.