Kristen is the Founder and Director of the Family Resilience Group. She made it her mission to build a practice that went beyond traditional talk therapy to transformative family change. She recognized early on the need for a deeper level of work and constantly seeks out the most innovative approaches to treatment.
Kristen has then spent the last decade building a team that shares the same enthusiasm for learning and dedication to excellent client care.
Jane has been a part of the FRG family since 2017, but has worked in the field for 30+ years. She brings a wealth of experience and wisdom to her work and we are happy to have her on our team. She is the type of person whose calm and peaceful presence can help to settle any nerves!
LPC, RYT, SEP
Courtney joined the FRG family in 2017. She is youthful but beyond her years in wisdom and experience. She comes to this work naturally and is sincere and approachable in her interactions. Courtney is passionate about the intersection of yoga and therapeutic interventions.
Andrea is a Registered Dietician and an easy person to have a candid conversation with. Clients report feeling like they are with a trusted friend in the way that she listens, supports, and develops individualized plans to promote a healthy relationship with food and the body. She has the ability to provide more structure for clients to manage deeper challenges with food and interacts often with medical personnel.
Becky comes to Family Resilience Group with 20+ years of experience in helping adults, teens, and couples heal the wounds of relational trauma that occur in-utero and beyond. Becky is deeply trained in both Somatic Experiencing and Therapeutic Touch. Becky is a member of The International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation. She brings both training and experience in working with Complex PTSD, Sexual Trauma and Dissociative Disorders, especially with traditionally marginalized populations.
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner who is committed to supporting people in unwinding the stress, fear, and shame stuck in their nervous systems. Through a connected therapeutic relationship, I integrate curiosity, movement, self-touch, and self-compassion to help clients listen to their inner selves and work with their stress chemistry rather than against it.
Relational, holistic, and anti-oppressive lenses guide my work as a somatic psychotherapist. This means that together, we will support your body, mind, and spirit within a larger cultural context that considers the impact of systemic and interpersonal factors. Through this process, I am invested in supporting my clients to cultivate ease and pleasure amidst life’s challenges.
Meghan Vosloo, LCSW, SEP joined our team back in 2020, bolstered by over 25 years of experience with teens, adults, and families. Meghan’s approach is straightforward yet compassionate. She currently hails from Southwest Colorado, and forms deep connections with her clients despite working telehealth only. She views herself as a “miner of hope,” using playfulness and curiosity to help clients tap into their inherent wisdom and potential.
Along with her longstanding passion for working with teens, she loves launching young adults into more autonomy and confidence. Recently, she’s been expanding her practice to include couples, adapting her experience to the unique dynamics of partner relationships.
Jennie Freda, LPC, SEP, brings a unique background and wealth of life experience to FRG. She sees her clients’ struggles with profound empathy and understanding. Her welcoming demeanor and keen sense of humor offer a safe environment for growth. Jennie brings warmth and connection to her work, seeing clients with anxiety, depression, PTSD, and other family issues. She is passionate about helping her clients understand the biological reasons for their symptoms, leveraging mind-body interventions to manage their heightened emotional experiences. Jennie is committed to helping clients develop practical tools and knowledge they can take into their everyday lives.
Devon Spencer, LMFT, comes to FRG with a decade of experience in the fields of psychology and mental health. After her MS from Northwestern, Devon has continued her learning over the years, earning certification in Dynamic Attachment Repatterning experience (DARe), a somatic method for transforming relational trauma. She is also working towards her credential in Somatic Experiencing. Devon will be working with adults, couples, families and teens. She also can bring her strong spirituality and faith to bear on her work if that fits your needs.
Reshma Lagomarcino, LCPC, RYT has been in the field for 15 years, working in adult inpatient hospital settings, adult psychosocial rehabilitation programs, providing case management for early intervention, and more recently has been in a private practice setting for over a decade. For most of her career, she has worked with trauma survivors and enjoys working with adolescents and adults.
Christine Stryker, LCPC, has a wide variety of personal and professional experience that allows for an informed and genuine approach to therapy. She has worked in community mental health settings which has provided extensive experience working with people seeking therapy for a wide array of reasons. She enjoys helping clients feel seen and heard.
Carolyn Parker, LCPC, SEP, has been interested in healing/psychotherapy for as long as she can remember. An intuitive and empathic counselor, Carolyn believes her role as a therapist is to meet clients where they are, to walk through challenges with them as they grow and change. Carolyn brings a wealth of experience, over the years, to her work serving in leadership roles in the military, faith and business arenas as well as a community advocate. Her passion for deeper healing and understanding of human development brought her to the Somatic Psychotherapy world.
Bithynia Abarca, LMFT, felt called to this field, to help individuals find all parts of themselves and families to connect more productively. After receiving her Master’s degree at Wheaton College in 2017, she worked in the non-profit sector for several years, supporting individuals and families with complex stressors and PTSD. She learned to calm and attend in the room, recognizing how multidimensional our well-being is and how strongly nurturing impacts her clients.
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