Adrienne is a LPCC and earned her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary after receiving her Bachelor’s in Psychology at the University of Colorado, Boulder. She is also National Counselor Certified through the National Board of Certified Counselors.
Adrienne has had experience working with children as a pre-school teacher and a theater director, as well as a high-school group leader for 6 years leading up to this position. She has had clinical experience working with children with a range of diagnoses including depression, anxiety, ADHD, ASD and kids considered gifted/twice exceptional. She has had clinical experience working with adults as well, dealing with issues such as depression, anxiety, grief/loss, sexuality, and life transitions. She has a desire to help clients through life’s expected and unexpected struggles by meeting them where they are at through a secure relationship. This relationship is foundational to Adrienne’s work, it serves as a home base from which she and her client can safely explore any struggles or hurts.
The modalities familiar to Adrienne include cognitive behavioral therapy, play therapy, acceptance and commitment, mindfulness and attachment work. She is also interested in using skills from dialectical behavioral therapy and is taking steps towards this certification.
Adrienne is a Colorado native and loves spending time with her husband and their three pets: two dogs and a cat! In her free time she enjoys cozying up with a good book, doing yoga, and cooking or baking yummy food.