MA, LPC, LAC
Janet is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Addictions Counselor in Colorado. Janet graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Science in Sociology, and Adams State College with a Master of Arts Degree in Community Counseling. Janet has been working with adolescents in a variety of different settings for the last 15 years. Janet utilizes Motivational Interviewing, Reality Therapy, and Family Systems approaches in her practice. Providing quality treatment to adolescents with dual-diagnosis is a specialty for hers.
MA, LAC, LPCC
Riley is a Licensed Addiction Counselor and Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate in Colorado. A graduate from the University of Denver’s Counseling Psychology, Clinical Mental Health Masters program and a NAADAC Addiction Counseling - National Minority Fellowship Training Program Fellow, Riley utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and interpersonal process therapy approaches in his practice. After an adolescent experience full of challenges and character growth Riley developed a passion for wanting to help others facing the many different barriers and intersections of adolescent life. He has a specific interest in helping youth and their families involved with the judicial system and struggling with the many different facets of substance use and mental health. Riley has an extensive history of working with adolescents in a variety of different residential treatment centers focusing on substance use disorders, acute mental health disorders, and trauma treatment.
Cortez Harvey is a Licensed Professional Counselor and an experienced Mental Health Counselor with a demonstrated history of working with community-based, interdisciplinary treatment teams specifically designed to work with SPMI (Severe Persistent Mental Illnesses) and SUD (Substance Use Disorder) populations. With 5 years in the field, Cortez has been trained in the following treatment modalities: Career Counseling, CBT, Crisis Intervention/Suicide Prevention, Family Therapy, Individual/Group Counseling, Motivational Interviewing, Person-Centered Therapy, and Trauma-Informed Therapy. It is his opinion that counseling is a balance between advocating for marginalized populations and providing support from a humanistic approach, remembering that we all rebound from obstacles life throws our way.