Meet Our Therapists
Meet Our Team
Nicole Dillon, MA, LPC
Nicole works with individuals struggling with low self-esteem, depression, anxiety and disordered thinking. Many of these mental health issues are rooted in past trauma. Trauma exposure, including single episode, multiple or repetitive events nearly always have a destructive impact on people and subsequently personal relationships. Together she will examine the ways you relate to your world, focusing on your individual concerns. She will work to uncover the source of your pain and help you discover how to effectively connect with yourself and build healthy relationships with the people in your life.
Nicole utilizes trauma specific techniques including somatic experiencing and EMDR. She recognizes that people are unique, so no single approach may be perfectly effective. In addition to trauma specific therapies she is trained in Gestalt techniques, IFS, DBT and CBT. Nicole is committed to meeting you right where you are and walking with you on your journey to wholeness.
Nicole accepts Aetna, Anthem BCBS, Cigna, Medicaid and United Health Care/Optum
Nicole IS accepting new clients at this time.
Jesse Wretlind, MA, LPC
Jesse works with those who are seeking clarity in one or many areas of their lives, those working through complex emotions, those learning how to set healthy boundaries, those learning new skills to cope with difficult situations or circumstances, those working on adjusting to a new or stressful situation, those coping with grief, depression, anxiety, or those processing and healing traumatic experiences. Jesse can also provide adjunct EMDR or Brainspotting therapy to process traumatic experiences for those that already have a therapist.
She combines several different evidence-based approaches to meet her clients’ needs within a client-centered framework of practice. Some therapeutic techniques she offers are AEDP, IFS, EMDR, and Brainspotting therapies. Jesse is also a retired veteran of the U.S. Air Force and is familiar with the special challenges facing military members and their families.
It takes courage to begin any journey, and it can be particularly difficult to reach out for support if you have experienced trauma. Counseling can be a safe way to reclaim your strength, find your voice, redefine your values, and strengthen your relationship with yourself and others.
Jesse accepts Cigna, United Healthcare, Aetna, Tricare West, and Medicaid.
Jesse IS NOT accepting new clients at this time.
Tahnee Roberts, MS, LPC
Tahnee has a passion for helping people who are dealing with anxiety, stress, depression, trauma, difficult life transitions, personality disorders, and relational hardships. Life can be difficult and you may start to feel stuck or disconnected, or you may wonder where you fit in this life. This can often lead to depression, anxiety, or broken relationships. Tahnee's goal is to help you feel settled once again, to develop more satisfying relationships, and to create purpose and meaning in your life.
She tailors her therapeutic technique to her clients’ needs, using evidence-based tools and solutions. Using a collaborative approach, we will address and conquer the underlying cause of your hardships. Some therapeutic techniques that she offers are: CBT, DBT, ACT, SFT, EFT, Christian Counseling, and more! Tahnee is also a veteran of the U.S. Navy, and is familiar with the unique difficulties our military and families face daily.
Beginning the counseling journey can be intimidating. That is why she is committed to creating a safe, non-judgmental space to support you in every way possible. Counseling is an excellent way to explore your questions, build stronger connections, and strengthen your inner resources.
Tahnee accepts: United Health Care/Optum, Aetna, Anthem BCBS, Cigna and Medicaid.
Tahnee is only accepting new TELEHEALTH clients at this time.
Nicole Denzler, MA, LPC
Nicole has worked with and supported individuals from all walks of life. Life is hard and brings many struggles and challenges. Often times we can process and make it through those challenges on our own. However, there are times when we need help and support processing and working through some of those life struggles and challenges. Her philosophy is that people do not seek out counseling “to be fixed”, we seek out counseling to work with a professional that can help guide and support us through the parts of our life that are out of sync and unbalanced.
Nicoles passion to help others runs deep. Her approach to mental health and counseling is a very client/person centered approach. Many of her techniques resinate from CBT, DBT, and mindfulness practices. Her specialty area is working with kids and adolescents to help process, support and create a toolbox of healthy coping skills to use throughout their life.
We all have our trials and tribulations throughout life. Often times we get to a place that we need help to move forward through some of those struggles. Each of us have our own rhythm to life and as the world around us unfolds, we sometimes loose our healthy beat in life. When we are out of balance we often need help finding our peaceful life rhythm again.
Nicole accepts: United Health Care/Optum, Cigna, TriCare, Anthem BCBS, and Medicaid.
**Nicole is currently full and is NOT accepting new clients at this time**
Jemima Neddy Organ, MA, LPCC
Ph.D. in Organization Information Learning Sciences
Jemima works with adults and teens who are struggling with: negative thoughts, anger, co-dependency, low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, perfectionism, and loneliness. Many of these issues could be caused by adverse past experiences, which may have been long forgotten but can have a profound impact on a person’s life. Some of these issues are divorce in the family, a death in the family, addictions in the family, mental or chronic illness in a family, or simply a dysfunctional family. Jemima will help you explore and process the negative emotions, explore your belief system, and challenge negative behavior that could be caused by your belief system. She will also help you develop insight on how to deal with the past and move on to become the person you are meant to be.
Jemima approaches to counseling is client centered. She applies specific techniques including CBT- ABC model, Motivational Interviewing. She acknowledges that people are unique, tailors’ intervention according to the client’s needs in order to help the client achieve their goals.
Jemima also has a Ph.D. in Organization Information Learning Sciences (OILS) from the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. Her dissertation topic was "Motivational Interviewing a tool for servant leadership." She graduated in July 2020
Jemima is here to support you and on your journey to wholeness.
Jemima accepts Cigna, Medicaid and Self pay.
Jemima IS currently accepting new clients at this time.
Jemima is an expert in Motivational Interviewing and is giving a presentation at Colorado College on Monday, February 13th at 4:00pm
Mallory Jefferson, MA, LPCC
Hi! I'm Mallory.
I use a holistic lens to integrate nature, mindfulness, art, movement, and the most recent neurological research to help my clients uncover their inherent joy. I primarily support folks who are on their journeys of recovering from trauma, depression, and/or anxiety. I am inspired by working with the organic creativity and curiosity that arises from simply being in connection to each other, (and nature), to help my clients recover their deep wellspring of motivation and health.
My background is in mindfulness-based transpersonal psychology, and my work is quite different from traditional therapeutic approaches. If you think you might benefit from an alternative route, I'd love to join you on your journey. I am trained in several evidence-based practices for healing trauma including: EMDR, Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga, Mindfulness, Internal Family Systems (IFS) and Eco-therapy and Heart Math.
Mallory IS NOT accepting new clients at this time.