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MARCIA POTTENGER - MA, LPC, NCC
Master of Arts: Colorado Christian University (CACREP Accredited)
Bachelor of Arts: Ministry with a Counseling Emphasis,
Nazarene Bible College
Member of the American Counseling Association
If you are someone who is experiencing anxiety, depression, or having problems with the ability to navigate life as you'd like, I can help. I am EMDR trained which is scientifically proven to help many types of emotional challenges. As a compassionate therapist who will champion your strengths, I'd love to join you on your journey by offering you a safe, non-judgmental environment in which to process life's challenges.
REGISTERED TRAUMA THERAPIST
Master of Arts: Colorado Christian University
Vern Salter graduated in December, 2019 with his Master’s in Counseling Degree at Colorado Christian University. After 21 years of serving the military’s spiritual needs, he enjoys integrating different techniques in counseling. In other words, a highly personalized approach! His other focus include addiction therapy, anxiety disorders, and the skills of daily life management
Joyce Oliveira has been a Registered Dietitian since 2009. She earned her Bachelor’s degree of Dietetics from the University of Northern Colorado and went on to California to complete her dietetic internship in the UCLA teaching hospitals, serving a diverse population. After working for several years with those who have diabetes, Joyce transitioned into the mental health side of nutrition and soon found herself pursuing work within the eating disorder population. Having recovered from an eating disorder herself, Joyce is passionate about bringing hope and cultivating an environment for healing to those struggling with chronic dieting, disordered eating, eating disorders, and negative body image. She is a recovery advocate and a strong supporter of community being part of the recovery process. She believes in an all foods fit, non-diet approach, and fosters a Health at Every Size® perspective; meaning there is no one “right or better” body shape or size, and embraces body diversity as being uniquely created. Joyce uses nutrition therapy to work with clients to empower them to have a healed relationship with food, body, and self, and formational prayer as an invitation to see and experience God in the journey of recovery.