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Contact Information:
Parker, CO
303-317-3088
annmarie@parkercounseling.org




 

AnnMarie Mullins, MA, CRC, LPC, EFT, CSAT

Sex Addiction- Addicts, Narcissists, and Partners, Porn Addiction, Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, etc. counseling individuals, couples, families, teens and children. Marriage Counseling - EFT. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Bipolar, Chronic Pain utilizing Biofeedback, Anxiety, Depression and Domestic Violence as well as court ordered legal issues that include Anger Management, Supervision for families of Domestic Violence, Sex Offender and Divorce, etc. Certified Mediator handling court issues, relationship issues, neighbor issues, divorce, etc. I use practical techniques which are easy to understand and can be used right away in the real world with real life problems. I am in private practice which allows me to be flexible with your schedule and maintain appointments convenient for you, which includes Sunday hours. I utilize handouts as a tool to help you understand the 'nuts and bolts' of issues I provide a safe and warm environment. I truly understand and listen to you and know your issues are unique to you. I like to role-play when issues are confusing and overwhelming to help provide a good solid foundation toward positive outcomes. I understand how busy life is and am flexible with appointments and provide cell phone texting 24/7.

 



 

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Contact Information for Bryce:
Parker, Colorado. 
303-317-3088
Bryce@parkercounseling.org

  C. Bryce Dana, B.A.

 “Obstacles don't have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don't turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it.” Michael Jordan

 We all face obstacles in our lives. It is not the obstacles we face that define us, but how we work through those obstacles. Having coached youth sports for over 15 years Bryce has learned how to help athletes overcome the obstacles they face. He is now bringing those experiences to help people work through their day to day life obstacles. Bryce earned his B.A. in Psychology at Colorado Christian University and is currently finishing his Masters in Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling through Capella University. He utilizes a variety of techniques working alongside you getting through any obstacle. He often practices Gestalt formation which focuses on the whole process of action, emotion, thought, and interaction between you, your context, immediate experience and awareness in the here-and-now in order to restore balance in your life. A few of the area’s he is comfortable working in are sex and pornography addiction, infidelity, sexual orientation, grief, anxiety, emotional and behavioral issues

 

 



Wallis Luis

Contact Information for Wallis:
Parker, Colorado. 
303-317-3088
wallis@parkercounseling.org

Wallis Marlen Luis, MS, MFT-C, CSST, LAC

“We always have the necessary resources to face the storms that life throws at us, but most of the time, those resources are locked up in the depths of our heart and we waste an enormous amount of time trying to find them.”
Paulo Coelho

Wallis Marlen Luis is a bilingual (Spanish) Registered Psychotherapist, Marriage and Family Therapist Candidate (MFT-C) and Certified Systemic Sandplay Therapist (CSST).
Earning her Master’s Degree on Psychology with major on Marriage and Family Therapy from Carlos Albizu University in the state of Florida, Wallis holds experience working with individuals, couples and families on areas of anxiety, depression, grief and bereavement, and trauma, especially victims of domestic violence. Wallis utilizes a variety of orientations and therapies, according to the client's individual needs but mainly systemic approaches, CBT and Solution Focused Therapy.
Empowering couples and individuals on overcoming obstacles in order to live a happier and healthier life, Wallis is a culturally sensitive counselor that meets the clients where they are. She enjoys engaging people in the process of positive change promoting healing and growth and is known for her warmth and caring nature with clients.

Professional Affiliations:
American Association of Marriage & Family Therapist

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Contact Information for Carrie:
Parker, Colorado. 
303-317-3088
Carrie@parkercounseling.org

   Carrie Schulof, BA, BAN, PMHNP Nurse Practitioner, Prescriber of Medications Medicare, Medicaid, Cigna, BCBS and many other insurances

Caroline Schulof was born in Washington D.C., grew up in Virginia/New York, and moved to Colorado at age 10. After graduating from Cherry Creek High School, Caroline was set to attend Santa Clara University on a soccer scholarship but changed her mind at the last minute to attend Emory University in Atlanta GA, to study at the same school as her older brother.

She originally planned to obtain her nursing degree, but after taking Psychology 101 Caroline fell in love with the art of psychology and psychiatry, and ultimately graduated in 2006 with a bachelor’s in psychology (against the pleas of her mother ;) ] In 2008, Caroline returned to school to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Georgia State University. Upon graduating, Caroline worked as a staff nurse on the trauma/surgical intensive care unit at Grady Memorial Hospital until 2012. She returned to Denver, Colorado in 2012 to, once again, live in closer proximity to her mother and older brother. Caroline always knew she would pursue a career in psychiatry, primarily because it was (and still is) a passion of hers, the origin of which she has a difficult time articulating beyond the explanation that “it was just a calling”.

In 2015, she enrolled in the Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner program at Colorado State University—Pueblo Campus, assuming she wanted to work at the State Mental Hospital located in Pueblo, CO. However, she fell in love with outpatient care, and thrives on the opportunity to help patients in need optimize happiness and life fulfillment via psychiatric medication management and psychotherapy. Caroline recently married her now husband, Kevin, in September of 2019. As for children, the jury is still out. Caroline and Kevin are the proud parents of Thor and Loki, their dog and cat. And yes, the name choices reflect the couples’ infatuation with Marvel comics and movies. They are also sports fanatics, and enjoy most activities so long as they are followed by a period of rest and relaxation!

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Scot

Contact Information for Scot:
Parker, Colorado. 
303-317-3088
Scot@parkercounseling.org

 Scot Laird

As a counselor, I am here to facilitate change, offer hope, and motivate you to achieve your goals. I am passionate about working with adolescents and teens and building meaningful relationships. I believe in a holistic approach to help individuals reach their potential. Our sessions together will be an open dialogue, appearing more like a conversation rather than a series of questions. I will listen to you and seek to understand your unique set of circumstances without judgment. My experience includes working in a Crisis Stabilization Unit and a Behavioral Mental Health facility. I am completing my Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling & will graduate in the summer of 2020.

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Contact Information for Scot:
Parker, Colorado. 
303-317-3088
Scot@parkercounseling.org

 Jeff Parker, MA, LPC, NCC, EMDR Certified Therapist, Approved DVOMB Provider

Jeff graduated from Regis University with a Masters in Counseling after 30 years of working as a software engineer in the corporate world. He is the 2012 recipient of the Regis University Father Martin-Baro Award for Excellence in Counseling. Jeff is a Certified EMDR therapist. He is State Approved Domestic Violence Treatment Provider. Jeff facilitates domestic violence offender groups, as well as provides individual treatment for clients of all ages. He specializes in trauma specific treatment. Jeff’s treatment philosophy is to help clients find clarity and self-awareness. His focus is to provide practical tools to improve relationships, self-regulate, teach calming techniques and help clients find optimal health and stability. He taps into mindfulness techniques such as “square breathing”, EMDR resourcing to self-sooth and psycho-educational counseling to generate better responses to conflict and adversity. Jeff seeks to allow every client a space to be safe, heard and supported.

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Contact Information for Karen:
Parker, Colorado.
303-317-3088
Karen@parkercounseling.org

Karen O'Connor, LMFT

"I am not what happened to me but what I have become." ~

Karen is a licensed Marriage and Family therapist in both Louisiana and Colorado. Karen attended Our Lady of Holy Cross College in New Orleans, La. graduating with an MA has worked in a variety of settings. These include directing residential and shelter programs, mental health rehabilitation and has 25 years’ experience working with a variety of clients in different environments. Karen is a Cognitive Behavioral therapist specializing in PTSD, Complex PTSD, depression, anxiety disorders, mood disorders and emotional and behavioral issues.

Karen has been a licensed therapist since 2002 as an LMFT. She has worked closely with military families over the span of her career. In addition, she has experience treating of all ages from diverse backgrounds. Of interest is that Karen has personal experience with Complex PTSD at a personal level and brings that knowledge, understanding and authentic expertise to clients in this area. She believes the ability to cope, heal and re-invent ourselves is a combination of psycho-education where the client gains a foundation of understanding of their particular issue, informed guidance and support combined with techniques to use daily to reconnect with ourselves or reinvent ourselves as happy, content and satisfied people where that may have gotten lost or interrupted.

Karen is known for her ability to connect with clients, putting them at ease and fostering positive and safe relationships with her practical approach to treatment. It does have to be hard when it can come to you through knowledge, tools and motivation to make changes in our lives. What a wonderful thought that is some of your best days of your life have not happened yet.

 

 

We are Growing! Join our team!
Parker Counseling and Education Services is expanding again and is actively looking for a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), or Licensed Addiction Counselor (LAC) to sub-lease an office located in our prime location within Parker, CO. Prefer someone already credentialed for Insurance, but can assist the right candidate and we can provide AAMFT Approved Supervision. You could have your own office 7 days a week, shared waiting room, plenty of parking, conference/training room, kitchenette and bathrooms. Great safe building. Option to join established practice or practice independently. Email CV or call for more information.