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About our Team

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Cynthia LeBlanc, MS, LMFT, AAMFT-AS

Cynthia is a licensed marriage, family, child therapist specializing in individual therapy, and maintains a private practice in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Cynthia is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor and enjoys supervising upcoming MFT's and Professional Counselors.

With over 10 years experience as a marriage and family therapist,  she is currently serving as a group practice owner and private practitioner working with a broad spectrum of clients. Among her areas of expertise are Gender, Fertility, LGBTQ+, and relationship issues. 

Cynthia is an integrative family systems therapist. Her therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback using family of origin and patterns passed down multi-generationally to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. She integrates complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, she works with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.

Education

2012 Master of Science Marriage, Family Therapy

License, Certifications & Awards

2014 EMDR trained therapist

Clinical Fellow AAMFT/AAMFT Approved Supervisor

ASRM Member in Good Standing

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Ingrid Morath, LPC

 

Maybe you feel lost, messy, broken. Maybe you think you’re too much but somehow also not enough. Some experiences teach us that we can’t have safety, belonging, and joy, and we have to create adaptive defenses just to survive those feelings. Sometimes we stop wanting to survive at all because it hurts so much. 

 

Your adaptations have gotten you this far! But the cost is too high now, and you’re ready to develop new ways of feeling, connecting, and living. I will provide a safe, grounded space to help you hold what previously felt unbearable. Together, we can discover the vitality in you and your own capacity for healing and change. As a client, you can expect an in-the-moment experience of connection and relationship based in AEDP (Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy), with mindfulness and parts work, to help you create a new way of relating to yourself and others. 

 

LGBTQ+ welcoming and knowledgeable. Polyamory, consensual non-monogamy, and kink knowledgeable. CAMS/suicidality management-trained. Additional areas of interest include working with clients who experience anti-fat bias, ableism, systemic oppression, or who engage in spiritual practice or belief systems outside the mainstream and/or have religious trauma. 

 

2020 Master of Arts Counseling and Human Services from UCCS

2023 Licensed as a Professional Counselor

Call (719) 425-8742 to schedule an appointment with Ingrid!

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Jade Mack, LMFT

Telehealth Only

Often we find ourselves in need of a confidant, a person with whom we can talk without fear of judgment or rejection. I want to be that person for you, the person you can talk with and work on the things you want to work on. Family issues, coping with changes in life, trauma, figuring out who you are and what you want in life? Let's get started!

I am a trained Marriage and Family Therapist who prides themselves on authenticity and meeting people where they are at. My therapeutic approach is a person-centered, solution-focused, skill-building-based therapy. Areas of expertise include LGBTQ+, Gender, and Life transitions. 

It can be difficult to reach out and ask for help so know I am proud of you for taking this first step! You don't have to worry about judgment and will be accepted for who you are, let's talk soon.

Call (719) 377-2015 to schedule an appointment with Jade!

Dani Dickey, LPCC

As a counselor, I am deeply committed to guiding individuals towards recognizing and embracing their personal strengths. I hold a firm belief in the inherent resilience and untapped potential within each person. Through our collaborative sessions, my aim is to facilitate a journey of self-discovery, allowing clients to uncover the wealth of resources and strengths they possess within themselves. I see my role as a counselor as that of a guide, empowering clients to explore their inner capabilities and discover how these strengths can serve as pillars of support in their lives.

 

My approach is grounded in creating a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental space where clients can freely explore their thoughts, emotions, and experiences. Through a blend of therapeutic modalities—such as Person-Centered Therapy, Expressive Arts Therapy, Internal Family Systems (IFS), Existential therapy, and experiential techniques.

 

I have my BA in Human Services: Social and Emotional Wellness and my MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs. I have received additional training in LGBTQ+ and perinatal care. I am passionate about working with young adults, new parents, perinatal, and LGBTQ+ populations. I am an LGBTQ+ member, ally, and counselor. 

Call (719) 428-0872 to schedule an appointment with Dani!

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Alexis Phillips MFTC

Deciding to go to therapy is a big step that may cause you to feel nervous, vulnerable, and maybe even a bit overwhelmed. At this point you have probably tried many things to fix the problem, and you are unsure of what to try or where to go next. You are in the right place. Searching for a therapist can be difficult and it is important to find the right fit for you. I work with a variety of people with a variety of concerns utilizing systemic and relational therapies. I strive to create a safe, nonjudgmental environment of mutual respect and open communication.

I am trained in Marriage and Family Therapy, which utilizes systemic approaches, to work with couples, families, and individuals. I am passionate about supporting couples and families through life's transitions, trauma, and relational conflicts. I use a variety of approaches to fit the needs of my clients, and I have additional training in Gottman (Gottman Level 1 trained) and EFT. 

Additionally, I have a passion for working with the LGBTQIA+ community, nontraditional relationships, and transitioning individuals. I would love to chat with you on a free consultation phone call to see if I would be a good fit for you.

Call (719) 425- 9621 to schedule an appointment with Alexis!

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Sarah Henry, Intern

Mental health is a journey, not a destination. It's a process of discovering what helps you and what hurts you and putting in the work to move towards a life that feels kinder and more comfortable for you. It can be a very daunting and confusing journey to make alone, and I'm so glad you're thinking of reaching out for support!

My approach to counseling is very client-driven and focuses as much on your unique strengths and values as it does on your sources of pain. You are more than your struggles, more than your anxieties, and you deserve a chance to share freely and explore your emotions, strengths, and patterns of thinking in a safe space with someone you can trust. I integrate techniques from existential, EFT, and person-centered therapies.

I received my BA in Psychological Science at Vassar College and am currently a graduate student working towards my LPC. I am passionate about my work within the LGBTQ+ community and advocating for anyone who needs another person in their corner. Feel free to call with any questions you may have about the counseling process or about working with me!

Call (719) 445- 9301 to schedule an appointment with Sarah!

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Elizabeth Hash, Intern

I believe each person is wholly and wonderfully unique: from strengths, values, and identities to needs, questions, and challenges. These parts of who we are can ebb and flow, grow or evolve with each new chapter of our lives. Sometimes, these changes can be uncomfortable, frightening, or overwhelming. Seeking therapy that supports all that you are, wherever you are in your life story, is powerful. I am honored to share this time with you.

I provide a person-centered approach grounded in existential, constructivist orientation. I enjoy incorporating strengths-based, mindfulness, and expressive techniques. I have introductory training in play therapy and motivational interviewing. I offer all clients a safe and supportive environment, and I emphasize each client’s ability to direct the pace, tone, and focus of our work together.

I have experience in individual and group settings with ages three to young adulthood. I am particularly passionate about working with children and teens, as well as navigating grief/loss; religious and/or spiritual exploration or trauma; and life transitions. I am a LGBTQ+ ally. I am currently a graduate student at UCCS completing internship hours toward LPC licensure.

Call (719) 428-0188  to schedule an appointment with Elizabeth!

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Sam Bunecke, Intern

Hi, I'm Sam Bunecke. As a counselor, I am dedicated to treating trauma, anxiety, and depression, and I am passionate about supporting members of military, first responder, and LGBTQ+ communities. I received my BA in Health and Human Services from the University of South Carolina and am currently a Clinical Mental Health Counseling graduate student. Prior to my Master’s program, I volunteered as a sexual assault victim advocate and crisis hotline worker. I am also a proud military spouse and mom to a tiny human. I am an avid hiker, nature enthusiast, and semi-retired rugby player.
I believe that life is hard and people are doing the best they can with the skills and resources they have. Often, it helps to have a different perspective and a supportive environment to work through challenges and gain new perspectives and skills. I aim to provide a warm, non-judgmental space that allows people to show up authentically. I have a person-centered, down-to-earth approach, and I draw on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Humanistic theories. The most rewarding aspect of my work is witnessing clients discover their voice and strength.
I offer steadfast support and cultivation of authentic connection in the counseling process. Please reach out for a phone consultation or to learn more about the counseling process.

Call (719) 301-0196 to schedule an appointment with Samantha!

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