Parker Counseling and Education Services

Our Staff

Mary Riccelli

Ms. Riccelli is a nurse practitioner of psychiatry, and has experience in both inpatient and outpatient psychiatric treatment programs. She is affiliated with Denver Springs Hospital in Englewood, Colorado. She is a member of The Neuroscience Educational Institute (NEI), The Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM), American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) and the American Academy for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).    Ms. Riccelli is also an expert on personal genetic testing services for mental health. She began using genetic testing in 2011, and has analyzed and applied the results of over 4000 patient tests. She was recently hired (2018) by a genetics company as a Key Opinion Leader, in this field. She has tested children and adults.      She has volunteered as a trainer for the psychopharmacology portion of CIT training for Arapahoe/Douglas Law Enforcement. She received an appointment as a Robert Wood Johnson Scholar in the ACT II Program for Health Care Quality Improvement, while working on her PhD at the University of Rochester School of Nursing in New York. She graduated summa cum laude from Syracuse University in 1998, with a dual major in nursing and psychology. She received her master’s degree from the University of Rochester with specialty training as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and is Board Certified by the ANCC. She has served as Nurse Manager and nurse practitioner on the inpatient children’s psychiatric unit at Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, NY. Riccelli was Director of Nursing at Hillside Children’s Center, one of the largest children’s residential, juvenile justice and foster care agencies in the northeast. She has worked with incarcerated children. She was a researcher with the Monroe County Teen Drug Court in New York working with Judge Anthony Sciolino, while working on her Doctoral Degree. Ms. Riccelli provides clinical supervision for Nurse Practitioner students and Medical Students. She also provides legal consulting services to attorneys around the country.   She utilizes both medication and education in treating people with mental health problems. She sees a functional medicine provider for 
her own care and believes that many chronic illnesses can be avoided or have the symptom severity decreased with lifestyle changes. She shares this message with her patients, while practicing her own lifestyle changes using functional medicine guidance.    Ms. Riccelli lives in Colorado and in New York, and is licensed to practice in both states. She has 3 children and seven grandchildren. 
 
Specialties: Children, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry, Genetics, Functional Medicine

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.

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

                                         Dr. Leslie Kille, MSW, LCSW, EdD
Leslie is a passionate and visionary clinical social worker with a Doctorate in Business, and returns to her psychotherapy roots in her practice at Parker Counseling. Majoring in music and social work, Leslie went to get her Masters in Social work at University of South Florida in Tampa. She honed her clinical skills working in Hospice, with troubled youth (Department of Juvenile Justice) and in Child Welfare.
She brings a no-nonsense approach to working with all ages, using hands on, solution focused, and strengths based systems interventions with individuals, couples, families and groups. She has a wealth of knowledge understanding institutional resources and systems and helping those struggling with disabilities, medical problems, behavioral misconduct, trauma, addictions, abuse, anxiety and depression. She is an educator, researcher, and therapist, taking lead in helping others navigate the confusing and painful process of mental and emotional breakdown to healing, forgiveness and
restoration. Leslie loves the outdoors, hiking, biking, and kayaking.

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

C. Bryce Dana, MS, LPCC, NCC

 “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

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

Kristin Arkis,  MA, LPCC

Kristin Arkis was born in Ohio, and moved to Colorado at the age of 10. After graduating from Chaparral High school, Kristin attended Colorado University at Denver where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Currently, she is finishing her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Southern New Hampshire University. Kristin works with all ages, including individual, group and couples counseling. While she gravitates towards person-centered, cognitive behavioral and a relational-cultural therapeutic approach to treatment, she understands the importance of incorporating a variety of treatment modalities to fit the needs of her clients. Kristin sees the therapeutic relationship as deeply personal and will respect your path and life choices, while acting as a partner in your healing--not one who holds all the answers. She believes focusing on an individual’s strengths and internal abilities to achieve self-growth. Kristin feels that forming an empathic, accepting connection with others is essential to healing and that everyone has the potential to change and to live their fullest life.

Troy

Troy is an experienced counselor working for the past 16 years in schools in Colorado, Wisconsin and Wyoming  Troy has experience working with Adults, Teens and Children in all areas of life and experiences. Troy uses a combination of Mindfulness Therapy and Control Theory based therapy to help clients work on quieting their thoughts to be able to accept and understand their feelings and thoughts, recognizing what is inside their area of control. Troy has experience working with blended families, divorce, couples, anxiety, depression, death, grief,  LGBTQ, bullying and many other issues. Troy is available Evenings and Weekend Mornings

Ashley Mohler, MS, MFTC

This journey through life takes us down many paths and experiences. Some that are positive, some that are negative, some that are big and small. Asking for help through your life experiences is a courageous first step! My goal as a therapist is to walk alongside you through this journey of life by creating a therapeutic relationship that provides support, empathetic listening and resources. You are the expert in your life and my approach involves being collaborative on the therapy process. My therapeutic view is systemic which involves discussing multiple factors/influences that are affecting a client(s) wellbeing and dilemmas. This can include discussing relationships, behaviors, thought-processes, generational patterns, societal influences and much more. By creating a safe, non-judgmental environment, my client(s) feels secure to express their thoughts, emotions, values and beliefs. Educating therapeutic skills has helped my clients with decreasing their anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, and conflicts to improve their communication skills, thought process, self-confidence and the relationships in their lives.  

 

Here is a little about me personally: 

 

I moved to Colorado in 2013 after graduating with my Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of New Mexico. I spent the next few years working as a Business Analyst before finding my interest in therapy and enrolling in my master’s program. My therapeutic work has included an internship at an affordable counseling center, inpatient adolescent psychiatric treatment programs and public care programs. I graduated with my Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Capella University in 2020 and now registered to practice psychotherapy in Colorado as a MFTC. I am working toward being licensed. Outside of the therapy room, I enjoy reading, being a mother, building a partnership, spending time with friends, being a Broncos and Rockies fan and exploring wonderful Colorado!

 

Ashley Mohler, MS, MFTC

Marriage and Family Therapy Candidate

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