Debra Foster MAC, LAC, LPC
Deb is currently not taking new clients.
Debra Foster has a B.A. and a Secondary Education Teaching Certificate from Texas A & M Commerce and a Master's Degree in Psychology from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. She has been working in the field of addiction for over twenty years and is a Licensed Addiction Counselor (LAC #38) in the State of Colorado, a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC #5074) in the State of Colorado, is a nationally certified counselor, MAC, and board certified with The American Psychotherapy Association. She has worked in both residential and outpatient settings with adults and adolescents, families, couples, individuals, and groups. Deb works with adults and adolescents on a variety of mental health issues and with anyone seeking guidance and support for increased self-awareness and personal growth. She provides individual, couples, and family counseling. Deb works with couples on relational issues as well as marriage and pre-marriage counseling. She is available for work with the GLBTQ population. She truly enjoys working with families, as family members learn how to better support one another, how to improve communication, and how to experience joy within a family system. Deb uses Brainspotting to work with clients suffering from trauma.
Pam Wise LPC, NCC, BCC
Pam Wise has a B.A from University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. Her M.S. is from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Applied Psychology. She holds a LPC #1205 from Oklahoma, CPC #CP0221 from Nevada, is a national certified counselor NCC #238173, and a board certified coach BCC #2038. She has applied for a LPC in Colorado. She has been active in the field of helping others reach their potential for over 25 years. Pam has worked with families, youth, and couples and groups.
She received her LPC in 1993. She became the director of a youth service agency at the same time. She worked with children, youth and families as a counselor while also fulfilling the duties of making sure the agency was effective and efficient in providing numerous services to families within the community. She continued this work for 15 years. She led the agency to become national certified by CARF to provide counseling services.
She moved to Colorado a year ago from Nevada where she provided consulting and pro bono counseling services. Recently, she decided to again become more active and use her skills to help others who are themselves seeking answers to improve their live. She has provided services to the LGBTQ community, survivors of abuse, suicidal teenagers, and school groups. Over the last several years she has been studying and training to help individuals dealing with trauma and crisis such as PTSD. She particularly enjoys working with families and youth to improve communication, so all individuals feel respected and heard to lessen conflicts in the family unit.