Elece (she/her) is an LPCC and has her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Elece has been trained and educated in counseling children, teens, and adults while having a focused training in child-centered play therapy.
Elece has experience working with children and teens in the Denver public school system and utilizes techniques such a s strengths-based therapy, play therapy, multicultural therapy, and person-centered therapy. Elece’s appr oach to therapy focuses on the client’s wellbeing by acknowledging client’s strengths, cultural backgrounds, and general social-emotional needs sessions to session. As necessary, Elece explores the importance of the struggles a client faces whose race, gender socioeconomic backgr ound, religion, or any other part of their identity does not ﬁt within the majority.
Elece has a clinical background of working with childr en and teens experiencing anxiety, depression, PTSD, grief, low self-esteem, ADHD, and behavioral concerns. Elece has frequently partnered with parents through consultation to come up with a plan on how to adapt parenting techniques to ﬁt the needs of their children.
Elece enjoys working with children, teens, and families in a counseling setting and ﬁnds joy and fulﬁllment in walking alongside clients and their families to reach achievable goals. Elece acknowledges the therapy space as a sacred one and does not take her position as counselor lightly.