My name is Reva Rosenband. I was born and raised in the New York metropolitan area, lived in northern Utah for many years, and relocated to Colorado in 2019. I earned my Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Utah State University in 2007. For fourteen years, I worked with tweens and adolescents in residential treatment centers and foster care settings. I enjoy helping clients, couples, and families find a safe place in therapy where they can develop confidence, communicate better with each other, and overcome anxiety, trauma, depression, and behavioral challenges. I am a strong believer in the value of relationships, including those with one’s therapist, to help clients feel a sense of connectedness, wholeness, and peace. I am collaborative in my approach and hope to travel with clients on their healing journeys. Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my family and hearing them tell me they like what I create in my kitchen for them to devour.
Hey! My name is Jasmijn White. Born and raised in Denton, TX, I moved to Denver 5 years ago. But, a little of my heart has been in Denver for 15 years. Some little things about me: I love music – singing, playing, listening, creating, I love it all. I play soccer and watch football. I’m a sister to 4 and an aunt to 6. Pancakes are my favorite and one of my utmost desires is to create room for those who feel unseen and set tables for people on the margins of society.
My life trajectory has placed me in many environments, walking with many different people, and learning how much it matters to be known and loved. It’s frustrating feeling unseen, unappreciated, or unheard. Whether it be in your family, your school, your close relationships, or the world around you, being unseen damages your self-esteem and leaves you feeling overwhelmed with nowhere to turn for relief. For my clients, I want to provide a space for validation, care, and trust development. Room to explore your identity, ask the hard or weird questions, acknowledge the emotions you feel, and begin the process of repairing your relationship with yourself and developing safe, healthy relationships with others. Although my specialization is with adolescents and young adults, I care deeply about creating space for all ages and families too.
I want to support you, your child, or your family in identifying challenges, finding ways to cope and maintain, and working with your strengths to reach the goals you have for the future. Some issues I help clients overcome include: Identity and Self-Esteem Issues, Anxiety, ADHD, Cultural/Systemic Trauma, Family Dynamic Challenges, and Grief of all types.
Professionally: I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate (LPCC) and a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). I hold an M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Adams State University. I have 2 years of experience working with clients in recovery from Substance Abuse and with families navigating mental health crises. I have 15 years of experience working with ages 8-18 in non-clinical settings and look forward to utilizing proven, research-based elements of Multicultural Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Family Systems Therapy to engage with you!
My name is Kristin Figueroa. I was raised in Arizona and moved with my husband to beautiful Colorado almost six years ago. I have a creative side, so I love the theatre, film, music, cooking, and traveling. We have two adorable goldendoodles that go on adventures with us. I have a passion in working empathetically with clients throughout all stages of their lives. I have been blessed to work with children, adolescents, teenagers, and adults who have faced various struggles in their lives. I believe in treating clients holistically because our well-being falls under a delicate umbrella of mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional components.
Professionally: I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate in the State of Colorado (LPCC.0019903). I received my M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University, and I have specializations in Trauma, Crisis, and Behavioral Neuroscience. I have experience in working with trauma, depression, anxiety, grief, substance use, ADHD, and ASD. Some of my techniques and interventions include Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, and Family Systems Therapy.
Hello, my name is Emily Galenbeck. I was born and raised in Des Moines, Iowa, and moved to Colorado for my undergraduate degree at Colorado College in 2013. I love hiking, skiing, and just being in the mountains, so I knew Colorado was the place for me to be. I have been committed to working with children, adolescents, and young adults for many years now, and I truly believe that effective early intervention is critically important to the field of mental health. I have experience working with children and families who are recovering from traumatic events and struggling with PTSD, depression, anxiety, as well as with body image issues, family separation, and significant behavioral changes. I approach all of my work with a trauma-informed lens by establishing safety, allowing the client to be the expert of their experience, and working collaboratively to help them meet their goals. As a therapist, I work to provide supportive, non-judgmental, anti-oppressive care to every client that walks in the door.