Meet the Team
Kristen Bock, LPC
Kristen works with adults to help them cope with and overcome various life struggles. She has experience in treating depression and mood disorders, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, grief, and LGBTQ concerns, among other conditions. Kristen’s approach is rooted in the belief that individuals have the power to change within themselves, if given the needed support. Her foundation is in Gestalt Therapy with the integration of Motivational Interviewing, Expressive Arts Therapy, and elements of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Kristen obtained her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Appalachian State University, with certificates in Addictions Counseling and Expressive Arts Therapy. She has obtained a 3-year certificate in Gestalt Therapy and is currently training in Somatic Experiencing©, which is a body-focused treatment designed to overcome symptoms of trauma.
In her free time, Kristen enjoys hiking, bike riding, traveling, reading, practicing Tai Chi, and spending time with friends and family. She is dedicated to living as authentically as possible, and to helping others do so as well.
Courtney Miller, LPC
Courtney works with clients of all ages-from young children to elders-work with and overcome the difficulties that life may bring. She has experience working with groups, families/couples, and individuals. She has experience in treating eating disorders, bullying, depression, anxiety, DV, divorce, substance abuse, grief, sexual abuse, and LGBTQ, among others. Courtney's approach is rooted in the belief that everyone has the power to change, they may just need the help in finding it. Her foundation is in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Play Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Existentialism.
Courtney obtained her Master's degree in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling at Walden University. She has advanced training in adolescent bullying and DV/sexual abuse.
Regina Hopkins, LPC
It takes strength, courage and vulnerability to open up to a stranger and ask for help. First and foremost, I believe it’s critical to help you feel safe and supported and free from judgment.
Once a person feels safe and supported, that’s when real and amazing transformation can take place. When you’re feeling overwhelmed with anxiety, depression, anger, sadness, frustration, guilt or any other number of emotions, sometimes it’s helpful to work with a professional who can give you insight around your situation and tools to cope with feelings that may be too hard to manage on your own. I would be honored to help you along your journey of self-growth and get what you really want out of life.
I obtained my Master’s Degree in Counseling and Career Development in 2009 from Colorado State University and my State of Colorado professional license (LPC) in 2017 while working within the mental health field. I’ve worked in various nonprofits, government and business sectors since 2009. I have a strong interest in NVC (non violent communication) as developed by Marshall Rosenberg and have participated in classes and seminars conducted by experts in that field. I have special training in career counseling and navigating career transitions. My own career transition took me to Thailand between 2010-2012 where I taught English at a University for 2 years. I was fortunate enough to travel all around Southeast Asia and immerse myself into many varied cultural experiences gaining an appreciation for the diversity of human nature.
I have particular interests in helping people with depression (including bipolar disorder), anxiety (e.g. generalized, panic, social anxiety, PTSD etc.). I specialize in utilizing both evidenced-based and holistic approaches to therapy – blending the mind and the heart. I incorporate mind-body (somatic) awareness therapies, cognitive-behavioral, family systems, and strengths-based techniques to help you gain insight to yourself and how to work towards resolving your problems.
A personal aside, I am a Colorado native. I love being outdoors and staying active with fitness training and dancing, traveling to countries vastly different than the U.S., trying out new hot springs, fly fishing and continually growing and learning.