|Deborah King M.A., Ed.S., L.P.C. Clinical Supervisor, Therapist (Individuals, Couples, Families)
Deb has worked in the mental health/counseling field since 1981 as a therapist and clinical supervisor of graduate students. Deb specializes in systemic couples and family therapy as well as issues of loss and grief. She emphasizes working with the client’s current context as well as family of origin patterns and legacies. Her therapeutic focus includes exploring and emphasizing client strengths, resources, and self-care.
Before working at BEW, for 22 years Deb was the Clinical Director and Supervisor of the Family Counseling Program at Access Counseling in Boulder, CO. She is an approved MFT supervisor in the state of Colorado.
|Sarah Steenblock, MA, Client Services Director, Individual and Family Therapist, EMDR Level II
Sarah has a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Naropa University. She has worked with adolescents, teens, adults, couples, and families in home, school, community, and backcountry settings. Sarah practices EMDR and incorporates several other theories into her work, such as mindfulness and experiential techniques. She values the clients’ experience and explores what each individual needs while discovering strengths and assets they already possess. Sarah believes in the healing power of relationship and works with the clients’ innate wisdom to grow and heal.
|Andrew Rose, MA, LPC, Program Director, Therapist (Child, Adult, Family, Couples, EMDR)
Andrew specializes in individual adult and child trauma resolution, and teen and couples therapy. Andrew is interested in improving therapies for emotional regulation and trauma using biofeedback, and has incorporated Heart Rate Variability monitoring into therapy in novel ways. Andrew has counseled families, teens and children in private practice.
|Amy Winchester, MA, LPC, Therapist, Adult, Teen, Family, Couples, Grief Specialist
Amy is a psychotherapist specializing in issues with grief and loss and challenging attachment dynamics. She works with a variety of age groups, and is particularly experienced with adolescents and their families. Amy works in a variety of contexts, from the office to wilderness environments. She works with her clients to develop a plan and context for healing which will suit each individual or family in the best way. You can find examples of this at www.griefrites.org and at www.skitherapy.com.
In addition to her private practice, Amy works with HospiceCare of Boulder & Broomfield Counties as a grief counselor and grief group facilitator. She has volunteered with Boulder County Public Health’s OASOS program for GLBTQ youth, and is the co-founder of a non-profit group foster home for GLBTQ adolescents.