Meet our Counselors


Regina Schreiber, LPCC

Regina has a MA in Counseling and is working toward her LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor). While she is attaining her LPC, she will be supervised by another licensed clinician. See below for details of experiences and expertise.

Passions

“A failure is not always a mistake, it may simply be the best one can do under the circumstances. The real mistake is to stop trying.” B.F Skinner

“Empathy is seeing with the eyes of another, listening with the ears of another, and feeling with the heart of another.” -Alfred Adler

Regina’s passion lies in helping her clients realize just how awesome they are. She loves helping adolescents and adults identify strengths, focusing on them instead of the negativity our minds can conjure. One of the most rewarding part of counseling for Regina is seeing growth in her clients and their pride through that change.

Regina understands that there will be setbacks and mistakes, and she stresses the importance of not beating yourself up over them. Regina is an empathetic, positive light that walks with her clients through good and bad. One of her greatest assets is her ability to be non-judgmental. She creates a safe place in which healing and growth can take place.

Regina is also excellent at connecting to clients of all different socioeconomic backgrounds. She acknowledges the importance of an individual’s culture and how that may influence the therapy process. The unique background of her clients is respected and can be integrated into the counseling session.

Experience and strategies

Regina sees opportunity in setbacks. What works for one person may not work for another, and that is perfectly ok. She strives to provide an out-of-the-box approach, so treatment plans can be tailored to the individual.

Regina also has unique experience working with adolescents. She has worked in three residential treatment centers, in one juvenile detention facility, and as a DHS caseworker specializing in youth in conflict. In part due to these experiences, Regina is very empathetic.

She also has first-person experience and struggles due to growing up in an abusive household. This has given her the empathy to work through adversity with her clients. She works for her clients every step of the way, striving to bring them healing and growth.

Regina likes to use client-centered and systemic strategies during a session, and specializes in the following:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Trauma
  • Anger
  • Self-Improvement (stress management, time management, coping skills, assertiveness, mindfulness)
  • Career Counseling
  • Adolescents/Teens

If you would like to schedule with Regina, please call Thriveworks Colorado Springs at 719-266-3919.


Cassie Fallon, LMFT

Cassie is a License Marriage and Family Therapist with additional training in Animal Assisted Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Trauma treatments. She uses an array of counseling skills throughout her practice.

Passion

Cassie has a passion for working with couples, families and teens. Her approach with clients begins with a genuine caring relationship .Her clients feel her unconditional positive regard toward them. In this non-judgmental environment, clients are free to explore their lives with her. Here are some quotes that drive her practice:

“I have never met a strong person with an easy past”

Cassie links awareness to past experiences, accomplishments, and lessons learned, to build strength and empower clients so they can impact and control their futures and see their dreams fulfilled.

“Normal is an illusion, what is normal for the spider is chaos for the fly”

Happiness should be achieved based on our own beliefs and goals, not defined by others.

Experience and Strategies

Cassie has a variety of experience in different settings, all with individuals and their families and partners. Having travelled, studied abroad, and worked in many different fields, she has developed a wide background of experiences and is able to connect with nearly anyone on their journey.

Cassie relies mainly on a systemic and humanistic approach. The humanistic approach is simply a positive approach to therapy that focuses on a person's individual nature. A systemic approach, takes into consideration the power of relationships, interactions of groups such as the patterns and dynamics. She also uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and is open to use anything that may help her clients.
Specialties:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Trauma
  • Parenting
  • Relationship enrichment
  • Couples
  • Pre-Marital Counseling
  • Troubled Teenagers
  • Behavioral problems in school or community

Cassie believes that life is difficult for all of us. We don’t have to do it alone. To schedule with Cassie, call: 719-266-3919, or book online.


Kara Kays, LMFT

Kara is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Her energy, passion and genuineness are evident in all areas of her life. She is quick to develop a rapport with her clients and set them at ease.

Passion

“Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.” - Maya Angelou

Kara believes that everyone is trying the best they can with what they have in this moment. If their best isn’t cutting it, or something isn’t working, it’s time to enlist support to help cultivate change. She teams with her clients in a non-judgmental and respectful manner, working together towards the client’s goals.

Experience and Strategies

Kara meets her clients where they are, in their journey, so they can have a positive and meaningful working relationship within the therapeutic realm. She believes that change begins the moment we, clients and clinicians, acknowledge the need for change and begin to put energy towards developing change. Through this energy, we are able to grow and shift through self-awareness, in order to develop lasting changes.

Kara enjoys working with teens and young adults, as well as adults who are working through a transitional period in their lives, be it divorce, a new job, welcoming a new baby or another new member to the family. She also excels at working on past traumas for people of all ages.

As a LMFT, Kara works from a systems approach with her clients. This involves individuals resolving their problems in the context of a system, such as a family, work unit, etc., where many issues stem from.

Kara is trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). This is a technique and treatment that helps to alleviate the distress connected with traumatic memories. In addition, she is trained in TFCBT (Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), MST (Multisystemic Therapy) and DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy).

Here are some specific areas that she specializes in:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Trauma, PTSD
  • Life Transitions/Adjustments
  • Grief/Loss
  • Suicidal Ideation
  • Self-injury
  • Self-improvement (stress management, coping skills, relocation, mindfulness, and more)
  • Families, relationships (premarital, divorce, merging families, adoptions, parenting)
  • Mood disorders
  • First Responder, EMT, Police, Firefighters

From teens to age 99+, people connect with Kara, gaining insight into themselves and bettering their lives. If you’d like to schedule with Kara, please call Thriveworks Colorado Springs at 719-266-3919 or book online.


Lisa Smith, LCSW

Lisa's certification and Masters degree have provided her with counseling skills which she has used in various environments and settings; she has a unique insight and perspective working with individuals and families. Her expertise is wide and inclusive of most mental health conditions, situations, and challenges. In addition to her wide range of expertise, Lisa has specific and rare experience in working with families after an adoption, students in schools, and military personnel and their families during assorted transitions. As a military spouse and mother of 3 teenagers, she genuinely understands the challenges of day-to-day life of busy families and the added stress of military life.

Lisa works with individuals and families, pre-teen though adult, in the following areas:

  • Anxiety
  • Mood disorders
  • Depression
  • Bipolar
  • Trauma, PTSD
  • Life Transitions/Adjustments
  • Grief/Loss
  • Suicidal Ideation
  • Self-injury
  • Self-improvement (stress management, coping skills, relocation, mindfulness, and more)

Passion

“You may not control life's circumstances, but getting to be the author of your life means getting to control what you do with them.” - Atul Gawande

Empowering people to recognize their own strengths and value is Lisa’s passion. Many of our days are filled with self-critical thoughts and negative thinking, leading to negative emotions and low self-esteem. With low self-esteem a person will sometimes become stuck in life—too afraid to of change, self critical, or anxious about things. When a person meets with Lisa, she will help them to identify and develop their strengths freeing them to take charge of their life, find passion, excitement, joy and peace.

Experience and Strategies

Military personnel transitioning to civilian life, a person discharged from inpatient psychiatric care, an adolescent with a mental health challenge, or a blended family looking for support, you can be assured that you’ll feel valued and empowered. First and foremost, she’ll get to know you and your family—your values, culture, struggles and strengths. Her genuine interest in you will allow you to feel comfortable and supported, not judged.

Lisa has experience working with all levels and types of trauma. Trauma happens as a result of excessive and tremendous stress that overwhelms a person. As a trauma-informed provider, Lisa works from a framework of understanding, recognizing and responding to the physical, emotional, and psychological effects of trauma. Lisa works to empower the person, helping rebuild a sense of control over specific situations one’s life.

Meeting with Lisa will involve exploring, challenging and changing patterns of thinking to meet your goals so you can get the most of life. Her holistic approach considers all aspects of you and your situation. Call Thriveworks Colorado Springs 719-266-3919 or book online to schedule with Lisa.


Rachel Finch, LPC

Rachel is a Licensed Professional Counselor, as well as a nationally certified counselor (NCC) and a licensed school counselor. Her wealth of experience and her non-judgmental attitude create an environment of comfort and reflection.

Passion


“The greatest glory in living lies not in never failing, but in rising every time we fall.” –Nelson Mandela

Rachel believes in and advocates for her clients. She works with people in a relational, genuine and caring manner. Within this relationship, she supports her clients in developing perseverance and resilience to achieve goals – to rise every time they fall.

Experience and Strategies


Rachel has worked as a Behavioral Specialist Consultant and a School Counselor in addition to being an LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor). She believes in empowering people to live a healthy lifestyle, as well as being the best possible version of themselves. She genuinely believes that health, fitness, yoga and mindfulness are important in our daily lives. She practices these areas in her life and is always willing to teach others who would like to learn.

Rachel uses Client-Centered therapy, Brief Solution Focused therapy, Cognitive Behavioral therapy and Play Therapy strategies with her clients. She works with children from age 4 to young adults. Her ability to connect with this diverse age range speaks to her capacity to understand developmental stages for emotional, cognitive, behavioral and even moral stages. Rachel can be trusted to meet her client wherever they are in life, collaborate to determine goals and objectives, and develop individualized strategies to meet the goals.

Rachel engages in counseling and life coaching with her clients. She meets with them for a variety of situations. Some of her specialties are:

  • Depression and Anxiety
  • Trauma, PTSD
  • Life Transitions/Adjustments
  • Grief/Loss
  • Suicidal Ideation
  • Self-injury
  • Self-improvement (stress management, coping skills, relocation, mindfulness, and more)
  • Families, relationships
  • Children and adolescents
  • Autism
  • Mindfulness

If you’d like to schedule with Rachel, please call Thriveworks Colorado Springs at 719-266-3919 or book online.


Jennifer Luttman, LPC

Jennifer is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She has an array of professional and life experiences that provide a strong foundation for her practice. Her genuine and caring approach sets clients at ease.

Passion

“What if I fall? Oh, but my darling, what if you fly?”
Erin Hanson

Often fear can rule our lives and hinder our potential. Jennifer believes in facing fear and eliminating it, so we can truly live freely and fully.

Jennifer is passionate about assisting clients in becoming the best version of themselves. Life stressors often hinder one’s abilities to put their best foot forward; she strives to partner with clients to face these stressors head on. Her solution-focused approach strives for helping clients to be effective, successful and well-balanced individuals.

Through a collaborative relationship, she creates a safe and trustworthy environment. In this space, clients can see their goals become a reality.

Experience and Strategies

Jennifer has experience in working with all ages. Her youngest clients are ages 2-8; she’s experienced in doing play therapy with this age group. She has extensive experience with preteens, ages 12-14 who struggle with friendship issues, academic concerns, fitting in and the overall stressors of learning who they want to become as adults. High Schoolers, Millennials - she partners with them and empowers them to grow into their own. She also works alongside young adults and adults who struggle with addiction and many other difficulties/transitions and situations. See the list below for details, or call us to get more information.

Whether you are seeking counseling as an individual or you’d like to bring your family; whether you are looking for help for your children or for yourself, Jennifer welcomes you to meet with her. Here are some specific areas that she specializes in:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Trauma, PTSD
  • Life Transitions/Adjustments
  • Grief/Loss
  • Suicidal Ideation
  • Self-injury
  • Self-improvement (stress management, coping skills, relocation, mindfulness, and more)
  • Addiction
  • Christian Counseling

People of all ages find Jennifer refreshingly genuine. She’ll put you at ease and get to know the true you. If you’d like to schedule with Jennifer, please call Thriveworks Colorado Springs at 719-266-3919 or book online.


Katrina Hepner, NCC

Katrina is an NCC (National Certified Counselor) and a Licensed School Counselor. She also has a MA in Counseling and is working toward LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor). While she is attaining her LPC, she will be supervised by another licensed clinician.

Passion

"We could never learn to be brave and patient if there were only joy in the world"- Helen Keller

Katrina partners with her clients through a genuine and compassionate relationship, working with them to learn bravery, experience joy and achieve their goals. Katrina believes that life isn't about getting things perfect, it’s about achieving your individual best. People enjoy Katrina’s passion for life and her out-of-the-box thinking. She knows that only one person can help you become your best self....You!

As a former Marine, Katrina enjoys relating to others who know the military lifestyle. She also enjoys meeting with children, adolescents and young adults, as she guides them to be at their best; finding joy, growing self-esteem and experiencing success. Katrina is an expert in finding strengths in individuals who are living together in families. Helping families learn to respect the individuality of each person while remaining in a harmonious family relationship is Katrina’s goal when working with families.

Experience and Strategies


Katrina is an active duty Marine Corps veteran and was a school counselor for over 10 years. Her extensive and diverse experiences with people of all ages and cultural background provide her with skills to genuinely connect with her clients and individualize a treatment plan with them. The strategies she uses are unique to each client and are evidenced based – meaning they have been proven effective in others. Katrina will greet you with a smile, a warm personality and a nonjudgmental attitude. She wants to work with you to look past personal mistakes and on to possibilities. Call Thriveworks Colorado Springs 719-266-3919 or Book Online to schedule with Katrina. Katrina treats many different conditions, in addition to being a counselor in Thriveworks Groups.

  • Anxiety, Depression
  • Relationships – couples counseling, premarital counseling, marriage counseling, divorce, co-parenting, family therapy, conflict resolution
  • Spiritual struggles
  • Work/Career Adjustments, career counseling, life transitions
  • Children, Pre-teens, Adolescents, Young adults
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning (LGBTQ)
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Self-Improvement - stress management, time management, coping skills, assertiveness, mindfulness, Goal setting, weight loss, insomnia, conflict resolution
  • Self-injury

Faith Kasper, LMFT

Faith is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and educated as a teacher for elementary education.

Passions


“It is the client who knows what hurts, what directions to go, what problems are crucial, what experiences have been deeply buried.”- Carl Rogers

“This thing that we call ‘failure’ is not the falling down, but the staying down.” – Mary Pickford

Couples, families and youth are the reason Faith entered the mental health field. She is passionate about being proactive in educating and empowering clients with helpful tools to avert and manage a crisis. As a former educator, she understands the power knowledge can have and seeks to give her clients lasting skills and knowledge that will suit them for years to come. She believes in the strength everyone has to overcome a crisis when given the proper tools.

Faith strives to support, strengthen and restore the family unit whenever possible. She understands how important family relationships are and believes the desire to keep a family together in the face of adversity is admirable.

Experience and Strategies


Faith has had many unique and beneficial experiences she can draw upon. Experiences such as running groups on topics such as anger or parenting, working with military families, premarital couples and people in acute crisis.

Her experience as a teacher has given her insight into the developmental stages of children and adolescents. Knowing the stages helps her to understand the cognitive, emotional and physical strengths and limitations a client may have due to their age.

Faith has a particular interest in children and adolescents who have been identified as ‘gifted’. She is acutely aware of the emotional challenges of growing up gifted and parenting gifted children and hopes to help them navigate potential obstacles.

Faith is specialized in Family systems, cognitive behavioral, short-term and solution-focused therapy. She works mainly with clients struggling with the following:

  • Depression and Anxiety
  • Relationships, couples, premarital
  • Family Dynamics/Therapy
  • Parenting
  • Adolescents/teens
  • Life coaching
  • Stress management
  • Christian Counseling
  • Self-Esteem
  • Grief and Loss

If you would like to schedule with Faith, please call Thriveworks Colorado Springs at 719-266-3919.


Jerry Noel, LPC

Jerry is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed School Counselor.

Passion


“No matter where you go, there you are.”

Jerry is an empathetic, non-judgmental counselor who sees the power in his clients even when they cannot see it themselves. He strives to guide clients to their own problem-solving abilities so they can achieve their goals.

His passion lies in helping his clients realize they have a choice in how they act, feel and respond to stimuli. There is nothing and no one in this world that can make you act or think in any certain way- you have the power to create your own reality. Jerry guides his clients to this understanding with empathy and acknowledgement using strategies from Choice Theory. These concepts can be difficult to learn, and even harder to implement but Jerry’s expertise, empathy and care guides clients in meeting their goals.

Of course, one psychological theory does not sum up the scope of Jerry’s passions. He also believes in the power of using one’s strengths, laughter and physical exercise as ways to relieve pain and meet your goals.

Experience and Strategies


Jerry has 22 years of experience as a school counselor and over 15 years as a professional counselor. During that time, he has put his heart, skills and time into helping adolescents and adults reach their full potential.

His certifications in Choice Theory Counseling and Reality Therapy give him unique insight into client’s inner self and how they make choices, set goals and problem solve. Jerry creates a non-judgmental space for anyone to come and grow. His vast experience has offered him opportunities to work with countless people and their unique experiences.

Jerry has many specialties:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Stress
  • Relationships
  • PTSD
  • OCD
  • Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (GLBTQ)
  • Self-Improvement (stress management, time management, coping skills, assertiveness, mindfulness)
  • Child abuse
  • Parenting issues
  • College mental health

If you’d like to schedule with Jerry, please call Thriveworks Colorado Springs at 719-266-3919 or request an appointment online.


Julie Moser, LPC

Julie is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC),a Licensed School Counselor and has an MA in counseling.

Passion

Seeing people thrive is Julie’s passion. Life is tough, there are so many obstacles to swipe our feet out from under us. We have the choice to stay down or get back up. Julie partners with her clients; identifying and building their strengths, setting goals and supports with them. Julie is fantastic at advocating for her younger clients and building a support system around them. She knows that it takes a team to make substantial change in a young person’s life. Her genuine care, concern and respect with adult clients quickly build a solid foundation in the relationship. With this foundation, clients feel they can trust her, take risks and try new things without judgement. This is a recipe for success.

Experience and Strategies

Julie’s expertise really shines when working with kids and adolescents. With over 14 years of experience, she truly understands that each individual is unique. Carefully creating individualized interventions and treatment plans is one of Julie’s specialties.

Think of the teen who is frequently suspended from school with discipline problems, or the teen that has been hospitalized several times for self harm. Think of the child who will not speak in class due to anxiety, or the student with ADHD who is failing a class. What about the blended family where the children are struggling to get along? All of these issues are complicated and involved multiple factors and influences in the child’s life. Julie has extensive experience in working with these situations; you can trust that she will connect with your child, team with you, and work towards the goals which are set.

Adults will find Julie engaging and non-judgmental. She works with clients in a positive manner, challenging them when needed; encouraging them to grow their self-confidence. Medication will help some people and talk therapy will help all people. Teaming with you, you will feel empowered and confident to face previous fears.

Julie Specializes in many areas:

  • Anxiety, Depression
  • Body Image & Self Esteem
  • Children, Pre-teens, Adolescents, Young adults
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Academic and Learning Challenges
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning (LGBTQ)
  • Self-Improvement - stress management, time management, coping skills, assertiveness, mindfulness, Goal setting, conflict resolution

To schedule with Julie, call Colorado Springs Thriveworks at 719-266-3919 or book online.

Julie treats many different conditions in addition to being a counselor in Thriveworks Groups.


Lindsay Schustedt, LPC

Lindsay is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed School Counselor.

Passion

“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” -Viktor Frankl

Lindsay believes happiness and a fulfilling life are things everybody can have, and she is passionate about helping her clients get them. She understands it is not easy for people to let someone into their inner world, especially when they are hurting. For this reason, she takes time to build a trusting and honest relationship with her clients. Through this relationship, she works to understand the client’s perspective and goals, working together to identify strategies for success and possible barriers.

Lindsay understands that at the end of the day, she is only a visitor to the inner world of her clients. She encourages them to identify what type of world they want to live in, then she guides and accompanies them as they move toward their goals.

Experience and Strategies

With over 8 years of work in the mental health field and experiences ranging from young children through adults, Lindsay brings many unique experiences to a counseling session. She has worked extensively with children, adolescents and families; while also enjoying working with adults to achieve their goals.

The dual licensures and coursework in School and Clinical Counseling has brought exceptional insight into helping kids achieve success in school. In addition to that, she has advanced training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)- a psychotherapy that works especially well for mood disorders, suicidal ideation, and substance abuse. Lindsay has a particular passion for helping pre-teen and teen girls build the self-esteem to lead a positive and healthy life.

As a whole, Lindsay’s counseling strategy is customized for each individual client. Everyone’s goals, pasts and current ways of life are diverse, so there is no single way to help someone towards their goal. Individualization is key.

Her core belief is to take a non-judgmental approach. The relationship between client and therapist is one of empathy, positivity and strong growth mindset. Lindsay understands there may be setbacks and roadblocks, but she is intent on walking with her clients every step of the way.

Lindsay specializes in many areas:

  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Self-esteem
  • Life coaching
  • Body Image
  • Substance abuse
  • ADHD
  • Anger
  • Trauma
  • Relationships
  • Adolescents/teens

If you would like to schedule with Lindsay, please call Thriveworks Colorado Springs at 719-266-3919 or request an appointment online.


Drew Pierce, NCC

Drew is a NCC (National Certified Counselor) and Licensed School Counselor license. He also has a MA in Counseling and is working toward LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor). While he is attaining his LPC, he will be supervised by another licensed clinician.

Passion

Drew’s passion is to empower individuals to find joy by learning how to positively deal with the events life gives them. Working with people in a relational, genuine and caring manner, Drew partners with them in developing grit and resiliency. Children, teens and adults will find great benefit in meeting with Drew. People are drawn to his dependability and positive outlook.

Being tested in life and experiencing difficult circumstances has taught Drew a lot about himself. His personal philosophy is that difficult times and bad things are a really great opportunity to develop into your ideal self. Nobody chooses the difficult days, weeks and months that life hands us. When these moments come, we can choose to meet them head on, learning about ourselves and the world, or we can choose to let these moments break us. Working through tough events, Drew has developed his own resiliency, grit, empathy and compassion for others. These life events have helped to shape his practice and his skills as a counselor.

Experience and Strategies

Drew has impacted many people through his practice. From correctional facilities, to military families, to middle students and everyone in-between, he has helped individuals achieve the happiness they deserve. He uses many strategies, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help people identify negative cognitions and see how it translates to their outward behaviors. Believing that self-esteem is key, he partners with clients, working to build self-esteem through studying mindset and attitude. He also has special spot in his heart for youth, helping them to grow their self-esteem and develop into young men and women. He prides himself in being a positive person that they can depend on.

Drew genuinely wants to get to know you and work with you to figure out all the goodness life has to offer. Call Thriveworks Colorado Springs 719-266-3919 or Book Online to schedule with Drew.

Drew treats many different conditions in addition to being a counselor in Thriveworks Groups.

  • Anxiety, Depression
  • Relationships – couples counseling, premarital counseling, marriage counseling, divorce, co-parenting, family therapy, conflict resolution
  • Grief and loss
  • Life Transitions/Adjustments, career counseling
  • Children, Pre-teens, Adolescents, Young adults
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning (LGBTQ)
  • Self-Improvement - stress management, time management, coping skills, assertiveness, mindfulness, Goal setting, weight loss, insomnia, conflict resolution
  • Self-injury

Becky Witt, LCSW

Becky has a master's degree and certifications in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She uses an array of counseling skills throughout her practice.

Passion

Empowering people to live healthy and fulfilling lives is Becky’s passion. She believes there are many roads to recovery, with the process being different for everyone. To meet these unique needs, she gets to know each person and creates individualized plans for recovery.

Becky’s genuine character quickly builds trust with adolescents and children, setting the foundation for growth and change. She works with young people who have serious emotional disabilities, school discipline issues, and helps with suicide prevention with teens.

Experience and Strategies

Becky’s approach with people is to identify and grow their strength, while considering physical, social and emotional health.

People will dream big with Becky – creating great expectations for themselves. With support and encouragement, people find themselves achieving more than they thought they could. These quotes summarize Becky’s perspective of the counseling process and the positive outlook she has:

“I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become.” Carl Jung

“Wake up every morning with the thought that something wonderful is about to happen.” Author Unknown

Becky works with pre-teens, adolescents, young adults and adults. She specializes in the following:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression and Bipolar
  • Grief and Loss
  • Mindfulness
  • Self-injury
  • Suicide Ideation

Call 719-266-3919 to schedule, or book online.


Eibsee

Eibsee, Canine Good Citizen, (CGC)

Eibsee is a Bernese Mountain Dog. She’s grown up in Colorado and lives with 5 people, 2 dogs and 1 cat. She is certified as a Canine Good Citizen and loves people.

Passion

Eibsee has two main passions: snuggling and bringing joy to people.

Experience and Strategies

Eibsee has been in training for the first year and half of her life. She’s now ready to share her talents with others. By being available for petting and snuggling, she helps create a calm presence. Her unconditional love and acceptance creates an atmosphere of non-judgement. Her curiousness and playfulness bring out joy and laughter.

If you would like to invite Eibsee to your session, please ask for this when you schedule. This can be provided at no additional charge.

“When I look into the eyes of an animal I do not see an animal. I see a living being. I see a friend. I feel a soul.”
- AD. Williams


Sara Mann, LPC

Sara Mann, a Licensed Professional Counselor, has a passion for working with children, adolescents, military families and people from all cultures and stages in life.

In a counseling relationship, Sara approaches people with a humble curiosity. Believing that people know themselves best, she enters their world as a guest. Through exploring situations together and working with people's strengths, she and the client will find a way forward together to resolve the situation and/or enhance the client’s life.

Finding the strengths in people is the way forward. Building on successes builds self-esteem and confidence. When people have confidence, they are less afraid to take risks and fail. They are resilient. This is what Sara hopes for in the people she works with.

Child and Adolescent Counseling:

“I find that through playing, activities and conversation, their strengths and self-esteem will grow, giving them confidence needed to be successful. I love to see them smile brighter, walk lighter and have that inner resilience and grit to tackle whatever comes their way.”

Sara’s 8+ years as a school counselor give her well rounded perspective when working with a child or adolescent. Some areas she explores with each client:

  • Developmentally, where are they?
    • Are they thinking in black and white or are they able to think of other possibilities?
    • Emotionally, are they able to self-reflect have some control over emotions?
    • Socially, are they able to take a different perspective and have empathy?
  • What is important to the family?
    • Our children are raised with values and morals. Learning what these are is important to Sara. As she seeks to understand the family, it provides a clear vision of the child.
  • Who are important people in the child’s life?
    • Who has influence in their day?

When working with families, adolescents and children, Sara sees herself as part of a team. Collaborating with families, caretakers and schools on behalf of the child provides a framework to support the child and adolescent in all areas of their lives.
Sara specializes in the following for all people:

  • Anxiety and depression
  • Relationships – couples counseling, premarital counseling, marriage counseling, divorce, co-parenting, family therapy, conflict resolution
  • Grief and loss
  • Work/Career Adjustments, career counseling, Life transitions/adjustments
  • Body Image & Self Esteem
  • Children, Pre-teens, Adolescents, Young adults
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning (LGBTQ)
  • Self-Improvement - stress management, time management, coping skills, assertiveness, mindfulness, Goal setting, weight loss, insomnia, conflict resolution
  • Self-injury

Sara is a provider in many of our small groups. The benefits of participating in a small group are plentiful!

  • Strong sense of belonging
  • Connection and relationships with other people
  • Sharing of positive ideas
  • Growth in self-worth and self confidence
  • Strengthen relationship skills
  • Sharpen communication skills
  • Find passions and interests

At Thriveworks Colorado Springs, we are continually running small groups. We find the therapeutic setting and the sense of belonging create an ideal environment to grow and develop in any area. Contact 719-266-3919 to schedule. See details under the “Groups” tab.


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Thriveworks Counseling

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Excellent, Compassionate Counselor

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I have known Jerry Noel for 16 years and worked with him for 13 of those years. He is an excellent counselor w...Read more

ho is empathetic and easily bonds with people especially adolescents. After establishing an easy, supportive rapport, Jerry can effectively guide adolescents in choices that benefits their confidence and self-esteem. I highly recommend Jerry to help others improve their mental health and lead productive lives.

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Becky is a great support.

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Becky is a very compassionate, supportive and helpful clinical social worker.
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Counseling

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I have been working with Katrina for 2 weeks now and she is great. I feel so comfortable with her and she has ...Read more

so much knowledge. She is also very honest.

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Thriveworks Counseling

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  • 5410 Powers Center Point Suite #210
    Colorado Springs , CO 80920

  • Mon-Fri:8AM-8PM
    Sat-Sun:8AM-4PM - Closed Sunday