Meet the Team

Lindsey Waters MA LPCC


Lindsey’s journey as a mental health counselor began after several years of being a preschool teacher. Building strong social-emotional foundations was prioritized in her classroom, and Lindsey translates these skills in therapy via supporting clients to build the skills to process challenging emotions and to “respond rather than react” to triggering stimuli. You will feel unconditionally supported, comforted, and soothed by Lindsey’s empathetic and validating approach to therapy. She also believes in modeling self-care on her days off, and her passions outside of counseling include mountain biking, skiing, and hiking with her two dogs.

Lindsey’s Experience

Lindsey completed her Bachelor’s Degree at the University of Vermont, and she completed her Master’s Degree at the University of Denver with a specialization in addictions counseling. Lindsey has worked with individuals struggling with substance use, anxiety, depression, trauma, and mood disorders. She also has experience working with individuals in the LBGTQA+ community. Lindsey has experience working with a diverse population of clients and believes in cultivating an organic and genuine relationship with each client on a personal level while meeting them where they are in their journey.

Lindsey’s Style

Lindsey provides personalized care that enables clients to feel heard and to feel comfortable communicating during sessions without fear of judgment. She has a person-centered and humanistic approach to therapy, which includes supporting clients to understand their attachment styles and how to establish healthy interpersonal relationships. Lindsey focuses on increasing clients’ sense of personal empowerment, self-worth, and self-efficacy via challenging their inner self-critic and negative “self-talk”. She supports clients in processing emotional blockages so they may reach their full potential.


Giulia Pecone Sullivan MSW SCW


Therapy and mindfulness practice are not just a career, they are a lifestyle. Since I can remember, I knew that my journey as a social worker and mental health professional was meant to serve those with trauma and high levels of anxiety. My experience in these realms lies not only in the work I do with my clients, but within myself. As we navigate our emotions together in the therapy space, I have committed to continuing my own self care outside of the room to better understand the tools I’m providing to my clients.

Giulia’s Experience

I am a graduate of the University of Denver’s Graduate School of Social Work. I specialize in working with adolescents and young adults who experience high levels of anxiety. My work as a social worker and mental health professional serves those with trauma and high levels of anxiety. My expertise lies not only in the work I do with my clients but within myself. I am committed to continuing to better understand diverse treatment interventions in order to afford clients a breadth of treatment options in our work together. 

As a yoga practitioner and teacher for 18+ years, I also find great value in incorporating a mindfulness-based approach as a means to reduce the symptoms related to fight or flight and similar body-based stress responses. Mindfulness is the practice of learning to bring our attention to the present moment from mental distractions, and while uncomfortable at times, it can assist in moving more quickly through the stuck spaces that lead us to managing parts and storytellers.

Anxiety can also create physical pain in both the body and mind, and it is my goal to decrease these symptoms by giving the emotions and experiences a voice. Sometimes when we experience trauma we don’t hear our own voice very well afterward, and in response, we create new habits to help us manage our experiences such as addiction, victimization, depression, and obsessions. In our sessions, we will build compassion for these parts of you so that you may take better care of yourself while experiencing decreasing symptoms of anxiety and increased satisfaction in your life.

I care deeply about this work and understand the vulnerability and confusion that comes with asking for help. As I remind you of the importance of doing the work outside of the room, I am agreeing to show up with you on even the hardest and most conflicting days and am holding space for you to come as you are. Therapy does not mean you are broken, it means you have committed to understanding yourself and that you are willing to explore the reactive states that our society tells us are not ok.

Giulia’s Counseling Style

As a parent myself, I recognize the impacts of stress in a family system both within my children and myself. In addition to my work with children and teens, I offer parent coaching to families who are interested in better understanding how to support their children as they navigate peer pressure and personal stressors that come with childhood development. As we begin to enroll our children and young adults in therapy, we may find that the best results stem from our personal engagement in this process alongside them.


Jenna Ross MSW LCSW


Jenna focuses on making conversations easy and yet powerful by meeting people where they are at. Jenna uses a person-centered, trauma-focused approach which means she is comfortable with big life experiences and believes in the inherent worth of each person.

Jenna’s expertise includes teens and young adult counseling as well as trauma survivors, EMDR, LGBTQI+, and addiction. Jenna provides a safe and comfortable space for individuals looking for therapy that works. Jenna can help you feel less depressed or anxious and feel happier. Jenna will help you better understand the strengths you may be missing in yourself.


Jenna received her master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Missouri. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for the state of Colorado. Jenna completed a Bachelor of Science in Human and Behavioral Sciences degree from the University of Missouri.

Jenna received her training to practice EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy from the EMDR Center of the Rockies. Jenna is also trained in CBT (cognitive Behavioral Therapy), DBT (a mindfulness-based form of CBT), and mindfulness practices.

Jenna worked for years as a school-based therapist where she helped countless youth and families better navigate the complexities of coming of age, families’ struggles, identity formation, and day-to-day life. Jenna knows how to work with teens and include parents in the process so that the teen retains the privacy they need to make real gains for themselves.


With Jenna, you will feel comfortable immediately. She is warm and connecting in addition to being skilled at her work. She feels real and genuine from the moment you meet her in a way that imparts a sense of safety and connection without having to say anything.

Jenna helps people manage anxiety about the unknown while discovering more about themselves, including their values, goals, strengths, and passions. Through easy conversation and kind but accurate reflections and skill-building, Jenna will help you live with less anxiety, depression, and struggle. Together, you and Jenna will redefine what it means to be you.

Juanita Sawyer, MA, LPCC


You can come to Juanita with your moments as an overwhelmed mom, your experience in loss or grief, your own journey at the end of life, or changing needs in relationships. You can come to Juanita with your day to day anxieties or your major life transitions. You can come to her and trust that you will have an approachable, authentic therapist who believes you in your experience. Whether you have a need for anxiety treatment or help with anything that makes you feel other than yourself, you have a place with Juanita.

Juanita’s Experience

Juanita (she/her) comes to counseling by way of her work as a birth and postpartum doula. In that role, Juanita saw the need for support for emotional health during major life transitions and began her path to the work of empowering people on their personal journeys. The heart of Juanita’s practice rests in birth and death support; this makes room for every transition between.

Juanita’s Counseling Style

Juanita’s therapeutic approach is rooted in connecting with her clients and creating a safe space for exploration and healing. In that, her approach emphasizes mindfulness, Solution Focused Therapy, and incorporates CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) practices.

As a generalist, Juanita’s practice is open to anyone looking to improve their mental and emotional health. Her practice is LGBTQIA+ inclusive and she practices with sensitivity to ethnic and cultural variation.

Chloe Lara-Russack, MA, LPCC


Chloe has spent her life examining the roles and symbols embedded in our everyday life. She has done work professionally as a drama coach as well as using drama, symbols and imagery to inform powerful personal change, heal and empower people. She is gifted in a skill set that is rare and ought to be coveted. Chloe is well informed, passionate in addition to being easy to talk to. She is a truly skilled psychotherapist.


Chloe earned her BA from Bates College in Theatre and Education and her MA at NYU in Drama Therapy. If you do not know what drama therapy is Chloe will be excited to tell you when you meet.

Chloe is skilled in traditional talk therapy, but Chloe is able to bring another layer to her work with you. The interventions that Chloe has cultivated are uniquely hers and very powerful.


Chloe has a unique way of seeing through the role we’ve written ourselves into in our lives. Working with Chloe you will begin to see the bigger picture and understand what to do with that. Chloe uses metaphor and imagery to help people understand and empower their own narratives.

What this looks like in practice is elegant and easy. Chloe’s humor, candor, and skills are on point. If you want to understand yourself clearly and feel powerful, you will do well to schedule an appointment with her. You can do that HERE. Chloe works with adults and adolescence in this work.

Chloe will help you find the themes and main ‘characters’ in your own life so that you can live a more informed and embodied life. This work you will do with Chole seamlessly flows back into more traditional therapy with her as well. Chloe’s sessions are online via our HIPPA compliant video platform that has proven very effective for therapy.

Gennifer Morley, M.A. L.P.C.

Owner, Psychotherapist & Consultant

Gen became a counselor after years of working in the medical profession. While applying to medical school, she realized that the aspect of medicine she most appreciated was supporting patients when they faced significant change and challenges in their lives.

With years of experience and research, Gen has created an approach to counseling that effectively combines evidenced based therapies with a down to earth approachability. Gen is well informed and easy to talk to. She frames therapeutic concepts in ways that make them meaningful and helpful to your personal experiences.

Gen’s Experience

Gen received her master’s degree in transpersonal counseling psychology from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. She has a bachelor’s degree in human development and outdoor education from Prescott College in Arizona. Her extensive expertise includes EMDR training at Maiberger Institute in Boulder, CBT training at Noeticus Counseling Center in Denver as well as programs in art and sand play therapy at the Colorado Institute for Play Therapy.

She has more than two decades of professional experience working to support children and families. She has helped adults, children, couples and families to live lives with less struggle.

Gen is a licensed professional counselor by the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies.

As the director of North Boulder Counseling, Gen specializes in anxiety and major life transitions for adults & children.

Gen’s Counseling Style

Gen’s counseling style focuses on establishing supportive connections with clients. In most sessions with Gen you will feel deeply, laugh often and challenge your ways of thinking. She has a clinical approach that helps clients become more aware of how they respond to their daily lives so that they are able make different choices and increase their tolerance for uncertainty. Specifically, Gen may employ CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), Gestalt Therapy, Play therapy with children and EMDR (Eye movement desensitization and reprogramming), all with a mindfulness and integrated perspective. Gen gives clients practical ways to address the issues compromising their wellbeing.

Annie Harrington M.S.W.

Executive Office Administrator

Annie is a seasoned executive assistant with a unique background that includes over ten years of experience in administrative support and project management, combined with knowledge and experience in human services.

After receiving her Masters in Social Work from the University of Denver, she worked for a large nonprofit organization that focused on child and animal welfare before shifting gears to raise a family and start a successful interior decorating business out of Boulder County.

Throughout her career and personal life, Annie has always had a passion for helping others, whether in a work setting or spending time with friends and family, she enjoys being a positive asset to her community.

2955 Valmont Rd. Suite 130
Boulder, CO 80301
(720) 588-3174

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