Josh Kalsbeek, LMFT
Tel: (510) 303-9578
Josh is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Co-Founder of the addiction recovery app rTribe. He is passionate about helping others move from a place of darkness and difficulty towards hope and healing. He is committed to your health and will walk with you in warmth, patience, and compassion as you face the difficulties of life.
He received training as a Spiritual Director at the Institute in Spiritual Formation through Talbot School of Theology at Biola University in La Mirada, CA and has worked on staff at a church in Long Beach, California. He completed his Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy along with an Addiction Studies Certificate from Western Seminary and completed his counseling training at New Life Community Center, a residential drug and alcohol treatment center in Santa Cruz.
Clients Served: Men, couples and groups.
Specialty Areas: Josh enjoys working with those struggling with compulsive or addictive behaviors, including sexual addiction, helping show a way out. His experience centers around those struggling with addiction, depression, anxiety, anger, shame and guilt, spiritual and religious issues, grief and loss, and relationship and intimacy issues.
Existential/Spiritual Issues/Spiritual Leadership Issues
Grief and Loss
Personal Interests: Josh loves to spend his time in the mountains camping, climbing, and hiking, working out doing yoga and crossfit, and pursuing creative outlets such as writing and design. He is grateful he gets to do life with his wife and best friend.
A note from Josh:
“I get it. I have lived under addiction’s power. Isolated. Desperately trying to find freedom. Hurting myself and those closest to me. It wasn’t until I started seeing a counselor and sharing my struggles honestly that I began to deeply heal. I was accepted, made sense of addiction, and applied truth to my life in healthy community. I have dedicated my life to share what I know about about addiction and recovery with the world.
It’s not easy to begin. Take that courageous first step and contact me today. You don’t have to face these challenges alone.”
Chris Teipel, LPC, LAC
Tel: (307) 274-4398
Office hours also available in Cheyenne WY
As a person-centered therapist, Chris incorporates a warm, non-judgmental and unconditional positive regard into counseling his clients. He has a strong background in working with individuals and families who suffer from addictions, trauma anger, anxiety, depression.
Having his own blended family has increased his sensitivity and awareness of family issues relating to broken and rebuilt family structures. Raising sons and working in men's ministries has helped him to help other men become better husbands, fathers and brothers. This family and relationship perspective has also allowed him to understand the unique strengths and vulnerabilities of women as sacred and honored. Chris will journey alongside you and help guide you on your walk toward freedom and healing.
Client served: Adults, teens, individuals
Specialty Areas: overcoming addictive and compulsive behaviors; Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR); trauma recovery; marriage and relationship stress; anxiety, depression and anger; grief and loss; spirituality; identity and self esteem; heart prayer and spiritual warfare.
I find meaning and purpose in relationship with God through His Son Jesus Christ and with family, friends and those with whom I walk in ministry. While I believe that personal change, growth, love and healing happen only with inner transformation, none of these are possible without relationship. Relationships are foundational not only to the love and good times I get to share with others, but also to my own personal growth. My personal life is blessed with a beautiful wife, two sons, two stepsons and five grandchildren.
Fawn Corbin, LPC
Tel: (303) 775-4775
Fawn is full of faith and wisdom, inspired by the truth that God is the source of unconditional love, strength, and provision. She actively assists clients in breaking free of the past in order to live a life of peace and abundance. Fawn has a loving and gentle demeanor perfectly suited for people working through grief and loss. She has an outstanding ability to help clients grow in their true identity. One of the greatest gifts that Fawn brings to the counseling relationship, is guidance for deep healing of the soul.
Clients served: Adults, Individuals, People in Ministry, People with Cognitive Disabilities
Areas of specialty: Grief and Loss, Anxiety, Depression, Issues of Aging, Intellectual/Cognitive Disabilities, Life Transitions, Codependency, Trauma, Spiritual Concerns, Splankna
When I'm not at work you might find me serving at church, "face timing" far away loved ones, mailing fun care packages to my grandchildren, pouring over a new book at a local coffee shop or drowning the occasional fly in a mountain stream. I was 4 years old when I caught my first fish!
Katherine Gillette, MA, LPCC
Tel: (970) 481-7677
Katherine conveys enthusiasm and energy as a counselor that is contagious and uplifting. She is highly skilled at working with couples, families and adolescents. Katherine brings wisdom and a unique perspective that comes from her diverse education and life experiences. She is down to earth, inviting clients to be authentic about their struggles and difficulties. Katherine gains a deep understanding of clients and then joins them in developing healthy relationships, crafting solutions to problems and gaining self-understanding.
Clients served: Adults, Couples, Families, Adolescents
Areas of specialty: PACT Couples Counseling (Level 1 Certification), Synergetic Play Therapy (Level 1 trained), Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Trauma, Gestalt Equine Therapy (Three Intensives completed with Institute of the Rockies)
My best days include playing with my horses, dogs and goats. I also enjoy reading, learning and taking as many classes as I can. I cherish time with my children and especially delight in the time I get to spend with my grandchildren.
Laura Grotenhuis, LPC
Tel: (970) 679-0268
Laura has this amazing ability to come alongside her clients in their journey, make them feel deeply understood and then turn around and laugh together. Her non-judgmental stance allows clients to explore the things that keep them stuck and allows them to embrace their strengths. She makes space for and nurtures change by helping people: understand themselves, create new ways of being and thinking, and learn new skills to navigate the world. She is a master at attending to client’s spiritual needs and seeing patterns and perspectives that others miss. Her expertise and warmth will make you feel like everything is going to be ok.
Clients served: Adolescents, Adults
Areas of specialty: Splankna, Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, OCD, Addiction, Family conflict, Parenting skills, Grief/Loss, Spiritual Growth, Self Esteem/Confidence
What I enjoy: spending time with my teenage son and elementary age daughter, camping in ‘Sylvia’ my restored 1965 trailer, journeying through life with my God and my incredible friends, and creating, whether that be with fabric, paint, pen, paper, or even dance.
Taylor Wynkoop, LPC (on temporary leave)
Tel: (214) 212-8660
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Taylor has depth of insight and is keenly attuned to her client needs. She generously shares her knowledge by offering clients practical skills and collaborating with them to create a new way of living. She is overflowing with hope and joy that inspires clients and equips them to do the hard work of counseling. Taylor is steeped in the Word of God and covers her clients in prayer regularly. Taylor naturally connects with her client's hurts, struggles and desires, while searching for hope and redemption in their stories.
Clients served: Adults, Young adults, Adolescents
Areas of specialty: Anxiety, Self-esteem, Relationship Issues, Life Transitions, Spiritual related concerns and direction
In my free time, you can find me at a dance class, yoga, reading a good novel and spending time with family and friends.
Stacey Blank, LPC
Tel: (970) 381-1239
Office hours also available in Longmont
Stacey‘s years of experience combined with her desire for excellence as a therapist have given her the rare ability to approach complicated problems from numerous angles. Her toolbox is packed! Stacey not only is gentle and loving in her counseling, but she has the expertise to know just what to do to pull someone out of the mire. She meets clients where they are and is curious and non-judgmental about her clients’ views of the world and of self. She is also an artist and she knows how to help others heal through creativity. Being rooted in God empowers her to bring individuals from pain and darkness into hope and light.
Clients served: Adults, Individuals
Specialty Areas: Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Depression, Trauma Recovery, Anxiety, OCD, Spiritual confusion/growth, Self Esteem/Confidence, Grief & Loss, Substance Abuse, Health Issues/Chronic Pain, Love/Relationship Addiction, Codependency, Art Journaling classes
Things that make my life meaningful: Nurturing my soul through art journaling, pottery, gardening and spending time in the presence of God; hanging out with my family and friends talking about life's joys and struggles, cooking & eating good food; laughing as much as possible; involvement in small groups at church and serving through Stephen Ministries; traveling and learning about different cultures around the world.