Meet Our Team of Pyschotherapists in Parker, CO
Jason Bell, MA, LPC
Jason Bell is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary. Jason’s training and experience include individual, couple, and group counseling for adolescents and adults who struggle with a variety of concerns ranging from chronic acute mental illness to developmental challenges, life transitions, grief, career struggles, existential crises, and relationship problems. Jason is passionate about providing a safe haven in therapy, where clients can gain insight and develop solutions as they work through their struggles without fear of judgment. Jason also serves as the Counseling Center Executive Director.
Lisa Vander Griend, MA, LPC, RPT-S, ACS
Lisa Vander Griend is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor, and an Approved Clinical Supervisor with a BA in Sociology from Davidson College and a Master of Arts in Counseling from Denver Seminary. Outside of Southeast, she has also served as President of the Colorado Association for Play Therapy. Lisa works primarily with children ages 2-12 as a play therapist. She is passionate about working with children who have experienced trauma (e.g. sexual, physical, and/or emotional abuse, and transitional situations such as divorce or death). Through play therapy and the formation of a positive therapeutic relationship, Lisa believes children may be honored and empowered to face and overcome the trials and wounds in their lives. Lisa also works with adolescents on a variety of issues from anxiety and depression to adjustment issues. Finally, she works part time as an adjunct at Denver Seminary teaching and supervising students in the graduate counseling program.
Jayne Statler, MA, LPC, LAC
Jayne Statler is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Addiction Counselor who graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Colorado and a Master of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Denver. Jayne works with men and women of all ages and has particularly broad experience in treating adults with both mental health and substance use issues. She also enjoys working with couples and families. Jayne’s areas of specialty are anxiety and depression, women’s emotional health, adult attachment issues, family therapy, trauma treatment, domestic violence, and substance abuse/dependence. Jayne is a certified EMDR clinician and has an interest in utilizing this technique when clinically appropriate. Jayne has found EMDR Therapy very helpful in areas such as trauma, grief and loss, self-esteem, anxiety, and when one “feels stuck.” Jayne became a therapist to help people navigate their complex worlds in order to live a healthier, happier life. She believes in a holistic approach to health and that all components of ones’ life are interrelated.
Anna Cejka, PhD
Dr. Anna Cejka is a Licensed Psychologist who holds a Master’s degree and a PhD in Clinical Psychology, with a specialization in health, from the University of Colorado, Denver. Anna provides comprehensive care and support for adolescents and adults who have a chronic illness, as well as with their family members and caregivers. She has particular skill providing psychological care to cancer patients, survivors and their families. Anna has also been trained in treating anxiety, depression, bipolar, trauma, personality disorders and schizophrenia. She utilizes various therapeutic methods, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, mindfulness, and relaxation. She believes in incorporating clients’ values, goals and personal preferences into a treatment plan to improve overall quality of life and emotional functioning. Anna has received training at numerous sites throughout the metro area, including St. Joseph’s Comprehensive Cancer Center and National Jewish Hospital, and she recently completed her pre-doctoral internship training at Rocky Mountain Behavioral Health in Casper, Wyoming. She has also taught psychology courses to undergraduate students at the University of Colorado, Denver.
Jeremy Baker, MA, LPC
Jeremy Baker is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary. He is also a National Certified Counselor and a trained Prepare-Enrich marital and pre-marital facilitator. Jeremy’s training and experience include working with adolescents, adults, couples and families. He enjoys partnering with clients in order to provide an environment and relationship in which clients feel safe, accepted, and loved no matter the struggles or painful circumstances in which they find themselves. Jeremy’s areas of strength include marital and pre-marital counseling, family therapy, adolescent issues, parenting issues, divorce and separation, anxiety and depression, grief, attachment issues, addictive behaviors, identity formation, and life transitions.
Michael Everson, MA, LPC, LAC
Michael Everson is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Addiction Counselor who graduated with a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary. Michael is a certified administrator of the Prepare-Enrich relationship assessment tool. One of Michael’s core values is that biblical teaching can be integrated into all areas of life, and he is passionate about helping others identify their own core values and live them out. Michael has experience in the mental health and addiction field, working with clients struggling with a variety of addictions including drug abuse/dependence, alcohol, pornography, and gambling. Michael serves adolescents and adults in individual, couple or family therapy settings, and he enjoys working with pre-engagement, pre-marital, and married couples.
Jonathan Carr, MA, LPCC
Jonathan Carr is a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate and Intake Manager at Southeast Christian Counseling Center and has served children, teens, individuals, families, and groups in clinical, school, church, community, and wilderness settings. Jonathan is passionate about providing a supportive, creative, and collaborative environment to explore your path of healing and growth. Jonathan graduated from Denver Seminary with a Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and is devoted to caring for the unique needs and goals of each person.
Nathan Krumsieg, MA, LPCC
Nate is an Intake Coordinator, Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate (LPCC), and National Certified Counselor (NCC), who has served individuals, couples, and teens, in clinical and university settings. He has a Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary and an undergraduate degree in political science. Nate is committed to the integration of sound clinical practice, with a person-centered approach, that guides meaningful engagement with one’s story. He carefully holds each person’s experience and circumstances in a way that honors the bio-psycho-social self, and seeks to foster restoration and growth within that framework.
Lori Sorrel, MA, LPCC
Lori Sorrel is a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate (LPCC) and an intake coordinator who holds a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Denver Seminary. She has worked with a non-profit organization serving university students in Texas, China and Colorado for 19 years. Lori genuinely loves people and sharing in the amazing and unique stories of their lives. She is committed to the truth that each one of us is worthy of love and respect, intrinsically bearing beauty and courage. She is full of hope that there can be restoration, growth and healing, even amidst deep wounds. Specific areas of interest in counseling include adoption and foster care families, attachment issues, trauma, and life transitions.
Jeannine Anderson, MA, LPC, LAC
Jeannine Anderson is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Addiction Counselor with over a decade of experience working with adults and adolescents. Jeannine’s training includes specialization in working with couples, trauma (EMDR), and substance abuse in addition to general mental health concerns including anxiety and depression. While serving as a clinical supervisor in the forensic realm for many years, Jeannine has a depth of knowledge in assisting clients who are involved both past and present in the criminal justice system through court-ordered treatment, victims of violence or crime, and first responders. Jeannine was a coordinator of an intensive outpatient program (IOP) for adolescents earlier in her career and enjoys working with adolescents as they navigate developmental challenges. Jeannine places an emphasis on collaborating with clients to provide practical tools in an effective manner as well as a safe place to work through deeper issues.
Stephanie Fitzsimmons, MA, LPC
Stephanie Fitzsimmons is a Licensed Professional Counselor and EMDR Certified Clinician. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Psychology and a Master of Arts in Counseling from Regis University. Stephanie has spent over a decade working with victims of Domestic Violence and their families. She specializes in trauma, attachment issues, grief and loss as well as adults struggling with life changes. Her goal as a therapist is to provide a collaborative, compassionate, non-judgmental space where individuals feel safe to express themselves. Stephanie incorporates a strengths-based holistic approach utilizing interventions such as Mindfulness, EMDR, Solution-Focused and other modalities, as appropriate, to meet the individual client’s need. She believes that the therapeutic relationship in itself can be a powerful tool for transformation and healing. Her hope for clients is that they find tools needed to enable them to live happier and healthier lives.
Emily Meyer, MA, LPCC
Emily Meyer is a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate (LPCC) and National Certified Counselor (NCC) who holds a Bachelor or Arts in Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary. Emily has served children, teens, and young adults in clinical and university settings. She takes an empathetic, holistic, and trauma-informed approach to counseling, and collaborates with her clients based on their unique needs and goals. Emily strives to create an atmosphere where her clients feel safe, seen, and understood. She loves helping others navigate and make meaning out of their pain. Specific areas of interest in counseling include trauma (EMDR), anxiety, depression, grief & loss, chronic illness, and life transitions.
Amanda Avery is an intern currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Denver Seminary. Amanda loves living in Colorado with her husband and Australian Shepherd. She is passionate about holistic health and wellness, and has been working with and serving children, teens, and adults primarily in the context of vocational ministry for the past seven years. Amanda earned her undergraduate degree in the field of music and leadership, and enjoys engaging with individuals of all ages and backgrounds with sincere care, acceptance, and compassion. Amanda believes that meaningful change can occur through the purposeful engagement of one’s story, experiences, thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. She values creating a safe and collaborative space in which clients are able to heal and grow.
Jeremy Atkinson is currently enrolled in his third year at Denver Seminary where he is pursuing a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling. He plans on graduating in May of 2020 and is excited for his future career in the counseling field. Jeremy is passionate about helping people understand who they are, supporting them in finding faith in their own voice, and assuring them that someone who cares is listening. Applying a holistic approach to his counseling is something Jeremy strives to do, addressing multiple facets of a person’s life including one’s behaviors, emotions, and spirituality. Jeremy is excited about serving a wide variety of clients, including individuals and couples and is eager to facilitate learning, growth, healing, and lasting change in peoples’ lives.
Heather Roa is Southeast Christian Counseling Center’s office coordinator and intake scheduler. She is the first point of contact for those beginning counseling with our center. She has a BA in Linguistics from the University of Michigan and worked as a publications manager, photographer, and translator at the headquarters for multiple national service-based franchise companies for nine years in Ann Arbor, MI. After that, she lived abroad in the Philippines for almost seven years with her family where they served as missionaries working with college students and abused girls as well as engaged in disaster relief work. Upon returning to the U.S. in 2014, she worked as a house parent at a residential treatment center for troubled youth in Idaho and then as a family coach in Denver helping young people needing intensive mental health interventions.
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