Finding Help- by State


Durango, COJenny Fiebig, MS, NCC,LCPC/Lpc

I’ve been a floating head disconnected from the world and society, with a hamster wheel brain running on self doubt, overwhelm and adrenaline. I thought this was normal and that I was the problem. Yet, at the bottom of a canyon toes in the red earth or planning my line from the top of a peak, I wasn’t overcome by the same cycle of thoughts and feelings. I began to wonder why, if there wasn’t something I was missing.

Through a lifelong pursuit of adventure, innate curiosity and a lot of hard work I started to grow into living from a place of self compassion and trust. I learned how the parts of myself I’d hated had been working so hard for me and I forgave myself. I began to feel real connection again not just to tall pines on my favorite hike but to those most important to me—including myself. And now my work is dedicated to helping you do the same. EMAIL:

Durango, CO- Danielle Beamer, LSW

People and their stories fascinate me. I knew from a young age I wanted to be a therapist, but I took a twisting path to get here. That path taught me that mountain people are my people and that rural mountain communities are special places with their own challenges. I chose to study social work because I believe in its systemic approach and focus on social justice. As a therapist, I focus on the importance of autonomy, ensuring folks feel seen without judgment, and eliminating expectations about the process. From my experience, healing often requires allowing the hard, sticky, revolting, and unwanted emotions to create space for the pleasurable ones. It’s natural to need support through that process. I value joining the body, mind, and emotional realms, practical neuroscience and am trained Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy and trauma-informed care. I also see cultural context and intersectional identities as key in understanding folks and developing therapeutic goals that fit their lives and lived experiences.

One of my passions is supporting survivors of outdoor trauma, such as avalanches and wilderness accidents. I work with survivors to understand trauma, maintain community and integrate these life changing experiences. As I learn to take myself less seriously and slow down, I am a big proponent of bringing humor and creative modalities into therapy as well. When I’m not counseling, I obsess over poetry and the power of the written word, and I adventure on my skis, bike, packraft, or feet. I rarely pass up a game of cribbage and I find endless delight in miniature things.


Durango, CO- Lauren Glass Counselor, LPCC, NCC

I enjoy working with wide variety of clients including folks struggling with body image and eating disorders, perfectionism, self-esteem, life transitions, burnout, meaning and purpose, grief and loss, LGBTQIA issues, identity, sexuality, relationships and intimacy, stress, trauma, multicultural issues, and supporting folks engaged in social justice and community activism. I generally work with individuals aged 14 and older.My approach to counseling uses a strengths-based, relational, and holistic lens. This means I strive to understand clients as people within their own unique history, environment, and community. I often integrate creative based interventions as ways for my clients to explore new perspectives around all aspects of their lives.There is no wrong way to come to therapy. I encourage each of my clients to embrace what they feel will be most helpful for them, as I believe that is ultimately what the role of a counselor is. I aim to show up authentically and nonjudgmentally with my clients; an approach I value because of my belief that clients are the experts of their own lives. (970) 239-8135 or Email

Montrose, CO- Karen Dunn Pritchard, LPC Unfold Counseling

My approach is built on a core belief that you are a self-healing being.  Unfortunately, you and I both often find ourselves without the space and support that we need to fully process our experiences, to heal and to grow, and we get a little stuck.  As a therapist, I help you create more space in your life, build skills, and find support, allowing you to get unstuck and to “unfold” toward your inherent wholeness and health as a human being.… And a bit about me, as a person:

I am a Colorado born-and-bred ‘mountain girl’ from Durango, and feel fortunate to live and work in such a beautiful place.  I love the outdoors, and often bring aspects of its healing power into my work with clients.   Creative and visual arts have had a strong influence on me as well.  I am passionate about the capacity for healing that therapy can offer and feel much gratitude to be able to do this work.   I hope to make contact with you soon! 970.316.2424

Boulder, CO- Sherry D’Andrea, Licensed Professional Counselor. I specialize in resolving sports related traumas and increasing performance. My experience includes nearly 10 years as a therapist, working with adults, children, and families on trauma resolution, in a variety of settings. I am trained in evidence-based EMDR Therapy, and an emerging brain-body based therapy called Brainspotting. I also have experience and training in Motivational Interviewing (MI), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Attachment Focused Family Therapy (AFFT), mindfulness, and play therapy.

Gunnison, CO Laurie Boscaro- MA, LPCC”Laurie began her counseling career in 2008 when she began working as a Family Preservation Therapist for the Emily Griffith Center doing in-home family therapy. She now works privately counseling children and adults of all ages offering individual, couples, and family counseling both in her office and in client’s homes. Laurie contracts with Gunnison county working with families involved in child welfare system with the goal of keeping children and their families together. She also works with the juvenile justice system in order to help adolescents meet mandated treatment goals.Laurie is also a provider for Living Journeys, an organization providing services to individuals living with cancer and their families. She co-facilitates an adolescent group partnering with Adaptive Sports for teens affected directly or indirectly by cancer. She is also a co-facilitator for the Love and Logic parenting course.Her office is located at 125 N. Main St., Suite A, in Gunnison. Please call for more information or to schedule a consultation.Take the first step to help. Email or Call Laurie at  –(970)901-9192

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Salt Lake City- Charlene Smith

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P (307)200-9882
320 E. Broadway AveJackson WY 83001

Elizabeth Koutrelakos, LCSW, NBC-HWC

Build Your Path to Grow and Thrive

As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for the state of Wyoming (LCSW#1192) and National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach (NBC-HWC) my goal is to suit the needs of my clients — children, families, and adults — by creating a supportive and welcoming atmosphere.

As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach living in the Jackson community since 2009, I see nature as one avenue to promote healing and growth. I work with individuals to build bridges in connection with themselves and the community. Previous experience working with youth and adults in wilderness settings helped to develop adaptability in changing environments and situations. My experience working in community mental health has provided me with a range of practice engaging with children and adults, both individually and in group settings. I also serve as a mental health resource for the American Alpine Club Climbing Grief Fund.

You are seeking counseling, which may mean you feel overwhelmed or as though your normal ways of managing things are no longer working. As an LCSW, I help individuals find the inner expert of themselves. I believe that people intrinsically have the strengths to lead happy and productive lives but are sometimes unable to leverage those internal resources when faced with adversities such as loss, trauma, depression or anxiety. I work with people as they understand their own personal struggles to help them address past issues that contribute to their present mindset and develop strategies using their internal resources. My specialties include working with children and adolescents experiencing anxiety, depression, and self-harm behaviors and adults who have experienced trauma, grief and loss. I am trained in a variety of treatment techniques including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), DBT, CBT and mindfulness. Learn more at


EMDR- Eryn Skye Phelps, M.Ed., LMHC

a licensed mental health counselor in Chelan, Washington. I work with individual clients who seek adrenaline or push for high performance professionally or recreationally- those who engage in risk in order to feel alive. I also work with those who have experienced trauma in their pursuits and are now struggling with PTSD, anxiety, self-doubt, or depression. I do not ask clients to stop doing what they love, even if it has brought them pain, nor will I judge if they decide to take a different path. My clients may also be coaches, athletes, survivors of disasters, veterans, or other first responders. I am an Internal Family Systems therapist and fully trained in EMDR. These modalities allow clients to leave the worst parts behind and live fully and freely in the present.