Mental Health Counselor, LPC
Kevin received his M.A. in marriage and family counseling from the University of Colorado, Denver. He has over 20 years experience working with individuals, couples and families in private practice as well as several years experience working in a community mental health setting. He has served in volunteer positions with youth and has been a part of the board of directors of the Regional Economic Advancement Partnership, Denver Christian Schools, and the Victim Compensation Board of the 18th Judicial District in Colorado.
Kevin has worked with many families and individuals successfully through the years. His focus is on strengths and real life solutions. Recognizing the importance of the past, he uses information from the past to create effective change in the present. His focus is on resolving the problem, not staying stuck in it.
Kevin addresses a wide variety of issues such as: anxiety, depression, substance abuse, problematic thinking, obsessive-compulsive thinking, bipolar disorder, abuse, PTSD, and problematic stress. In addition, he works with families and individuals on issues such as:
Kevin is both personable and practical. Every session is utilized to achieve goals and change, working toward success. He remains positive and works to use adversity as an opportunity for change and growth.