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Aaron Wiemeier – LPC

Executive Director
Keynote Speaker - 3x Published Author 

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Aaron J. Wiemeier is a licensed professional counselor with over 20 years of experience in the mental health field and is a nationally recognized author, trainer and educator. He is an expert in the neurophysiology of trauma, attachment & adoption and has worked successfully with the most difficult of clients and with the most chaotic and conflictual systems. His pioneering work and program development led to highly successful outcomes that increased permanency in least restrictive settings and ultimately reduced fiscal spending particularly in the mental health, educational and legal systems. A former Dean of Students and three-time published author, he has authored 2 books on developing emotional intelligence including school-based curriculum that can be implemented in short 15-minute increments to not interfere with the demands of classroom instruction. His latest co-authored work titled School-Based Interventions for the Traumatized Student, is the culmination of a life’s work centered around creative ways to reach, work with and inspire hope in children who have experienced trauma.
  • Trauma
  • Attachment
  • Adoption
  • Affect Regulation and Emotional Intelligence
  • Mental Health in Education
  • Conduct Disorder
  • Anger Management
  • EMDR Trained Clinician

Paul Roy – LCSW

Senior Leadership Team
Clinician & Consultant



Paul is a licensed social worker who specializes in couples and family therapy with a focus on EFT techniques that are centered in the Gottman Institutes research on relationships. He works predominately with young adults and couples in an office based setting. He has also taught family therapy techniques and skills at the University of Denver, supervising masters-leveled students at the University of Colorado, and provided clinical consultation for organizations such as the Kempe Center.
  • Couples & Family Therapy
  • Anxiety, Depression
  • Communication Difficulties
  • Men’s Issues
  • Grief and Loss
  • Trauma, Abuse
  • Anger Management
  • Life Transitions
  • Deeper Understanding of Self
Cheyenne has her Master's in Social Work and is a Clinical Social Work Candidate. She graduated from the University of Denver, Graduate School of Social Work, Four Corners Program and cares deeply about merging her passion for social justice and how oppressive systems can affect our mental health. Accepting ourselves for the fullness of who we are; including all of our intersectional identities, is a primary area of expertise which entails all of the different hats we wear throughout our days and different roles we take on. Integrating these can lead to empowerment of ourselves to find fulfillment in confidence, decision-making, and relationships. Utilizing evidence-based approaches such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cheyenne has worked with individuals across the lifespan from children who have experienced grief and loss, to caregiving for the aging population with neurological developmental disorders. Cheyenne most recently has worked with the Fort Lewis College Counseling Center, both with traditional, non-traditional, and first-generation students facing an array of life-challenges and traumas such as depression, anxiety, sexual violence, relationship issues, women's issues, spirituality, suicidality, and historical trauma. Cheyenne identifies as an Indigenous and Ashkenazi Jewish multi-racial woman who is an LGBTQIA+ ally.
  • Historical & intergenerational trauma
  • Sexual violence
  • Grief & loss
  • Relationship issues
  • Life transitions
  • Depression & anxiety
  • Women's issues
  • Spirituality
  • Identity formation
  • Suicidality
Adrian Lobb is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. He graduated with a Bachelors in Psychology from Colorado State University and his Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Regis University. He has experience working with children and adolescents who have experienced trauma, families who are in the Division of Youth Corrections and Child Protective Services, individuals struggling with life transitions, anxiety and depression and families and couples in conflict. Adrian has experience working in residential and community-based settings. Adrian enjoys supporting individuals, couples and families of all ages, sexual orientations, gender identities and ethnicities. Adrian works from a systemic perspective, meaning he looks at how the whole system is functioning. He works to create a therapeutic space that is collaborative, respectful and non-blaming. Adrian views the client as the expert on their life and relationships. Think of him as a guide, supporting you as you explore the possibilities and solutions already within you, your relationships and family. Adrian is currently training to become an Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapist. Adrian is also pursuing further training in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) and the Gottman Method. In his free time, he likes to paint, draw, write, read, watch movies, play video games and spend time with friends.
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Liz Wiczorek - MS LPCC




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Julia has her Master's in Social Work from University of Denver with a Trauma and Mental Health focus. She is a Clinical Social Work Candidate with a passion for helping individuals understand the root causes to their mental health concerns, in supporting people to find fulfillment in their daily lives, and in reaching their goals. Julia has experience caring for those in an inpatient mental health hospital, working with men in a jail-based setting, assisting those in the Denver area with food access, and in other mental health and community-based agencies. She believes each person is unique and deserves individualized care. For many, therapy may feel intimidating or scary, and Julia aims to make this process as simple and welcoming to all she sees. In her free time, she enjoys spending time outdoors, watching live music, hanging with friends and with her two cats, reading, and picking up random hobbies.
  • Trauma
  • Abuse
  • ADHD
  • Life transitions
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Suicidality
  • Attachment
  • Deeper Understanding of Self
  • Anger Management

Lauren Hall - MA LPCC



Lauren has a Bachelor's degree in Business Management and a Master's in Clinical Counseling and works in the mental health services field in both administrative and clinical capacities. Before shifting into this profession she spent a decade in the mortgage operations industry, and is currently a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate earning hours towards full licensure. She brings her love of spreadsheets, organization, and efficiency to offer administrative support to the High Mountain team. Lauren finds fulfillment in using her skills and experience to serve other mental health professionals and is proud to be a part of making quality therapeutic services accessible to the community. For fun, she enjoys camping, kayaking, live music and good beer.
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