Chablis Sweet (she/her) M.S., LPCC, was born and raised in Grand Junction, Colorado. Upon graduating with her education in California, she moved back to her hometown in 2019 to serve the community that helped shape her into the person she is today. Chablis is passionate about the outdoors and believes in the healing power of nature. She recognizes it as one of our wisest teachers, capable of facilitating the healing process in countless ways.
Chablis takes a holistic approach tailored to each individual client’s unique needs. Her sessions incorporate various elements such as play, art, humor, music, meditation, collaboration, time spent outdoors, and movement. In her work with clients, Chablis utilizes dialectic behavior therapy, internal family systems, and a strengths-based approach. She is dedicated to continually evolving and expanding her own knowledge and education so that she can effectively guide her clients on their personal healing journeys.
Chablis holds a Master’s degree in Educational Counseling from National University, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from California State. She has gained valuable experience working as an Elementary School Counselor for District 51 over the past four years. Chablis is certified in Restorative Practices and as a Responsive Counselor. She also helps facilitate LGBTQIA+ groups for local youth in the valley. Chablis has extensive experience assisting children (and their caregivers) in developing self-regulation skills, calmly communicating through conflicts, and understanding and expressing their authentic selves.
Outside of her work, Chablis prioritizes self-care and nurtures her inner child through various hobbies. Her favorite activities include river rafting, hiking, backpacking, camping, watercolor painting, snowboarding, gardening, playing with her puppy, and simply spending as much time as possible outdoors.