Big Steps

Taking the first step to finding a therapist isn’t easy. It is a process filled with courage, the unknown, and bravery.

“Owning our story can be hard but not nearly as difficult as spending our lives running from it. Embracing our vulnerabilities is risky but not nearly as dangerous as giving up on love and belonging and joy—the experiences that make us the most vulnerable. Only when we are brave enough to explore the darkness will we discover the infinite power of our light.” – Brene Brown

Give me a call or an email to get started today!

P: 720.593.0252



Your Journey

You matter.

Your story is important.

You are welcome here.

I know you have been on a journey – one with many summits and valleys.

Finding a counselor to walk alongside of you while venturing through this life can help you navigate seasons of growth, confusion, and unforeseen storms. Together, we take each step with care and purpose while working toward your goals and the healing of your heart and mind. My name is Katlyn, and would be honored to take the first step in a new direction with you.


Our lives – yours and mine – have both similarities and differences. Each is a tapestry, woven with many complex and beautiful threads that represent experiences. Some of the threads were given at birth and other strands continue to be stitched in as we grow. I believe we each have a story to be told, and my heart is to create a space for you to find the bravery to tell yours. There are moments in life that can seem too difficult to put into words, but it can be through the process of sitting together that you can find the strength to give voice to the silent parts of your story.

Counseling can be a vulnerable process, and I completely respect the time it takes to build a relationship. When working together, you can expect my upmost respect and tenderness around heart-filled topics. We have secrets for a reason, and they are often charged with both emotion and confusion. Understanding this, I offer a space that is judgement free and safe for you to explore the vulnerabilities and unspoken parts of yourself.

On a personal note, I have spent the past decade living in Colorado. I love being in the mountains – hiking, biking, and camping. When not outside, I enjoy having a good cup of coffee and an insightful book by my side. Finding new coffee shops and strolling through antique stores are favored pastimes. I love adventure and believe that when in nature I connect to both the rawness and beauty of the landscape. I relate to the great mountaineer Sir Edmund Hillary, “It is not the mountain we conquer, but ourselves.” I have summited my own mountains within life, and believe it is out of this work that I am better able to sit with you in your valleys and on you mountain tops.

Professionally speaking, the journey to becoming a counselor has been a pursuit of my life for the past seven years. I gained my Bachelors of Arts in Psychology through Colorado Christian University. Prior to my undergraduate degree I gained experience working with incarcerated men, juvenile youth, homeless youth and adults, and those within the sex industry. After my degree, I worked for Devereux Colorado, a long-term treatment center that helps to stabilize adolescents with acute and chronic mental illness. It was through all of these experiences that I realized I wanted to further help individuals through counseling and therapy. I graduated from Regis University with a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and was awarded the Father Ignacio Martin Baro Award for Excellence in Counseling. Currently, I am enrolled in the Certification for Sex Therapy program at  Sexual Health Alliance based here in Denver, Colorado and endorsed by AASECT.

Whatever your story may have been and is yet to become, I would be honored to share in it with you.

Education and Experience

Sexual Health Alliance, 2019 – Present
Regis University MA in Counseling, 2017
Colorado Christian University, 2012
Nebraska Christian College, 2011

COCA Clinical Support Programs Manager, 2018 – Present
Licensed Professional Counselor, 2017 – Present
Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance (COCA) Group Facilitator, 2017
People House, 2017
Eating Disorder Foundation, 2017
Deveruex Colorado, 2014-2015


Services and Rates

Individual Therapy – I offer 50 minute individual sessions for $110 per session. I expect payment at the time of our appointment.

Couples Therapy – I offer 90 minute couple sessions for $135 per session. I expect payment at the time of our appointment. 

Group Therapy and or Consultation – Please inquire on pricing.

Cash or Credit Card are accepted forms of payment. Also accepted, HSA accounts and can provide a superbill for insurance reimbursement. *I do not guarantee that you will receive reimbursement through insurance.


Sex Therapy *Currently in training/supervision with AASECT
Disordered Eating
LGBTQIA* Community
Communication / Boundaries
Women’s Issues
Cancer Counseling


I know first hand how difficult it is to reach out and call a therapist. It is the hardest and the most important step. You are not alone in your fears and anxieties about finding help. Give me a call or shoot me an email, and we can face these fears and anxieties head on together.

Ready to take the step to finding the best you?

Let’s see if we would be a good fit.

Schedule your first session now.

Still unsure? Contact me to set up a free 20 minute phone consultation.

P: 720.593.0252



IG: VMCounseling


People House
3035 W 25th Ave
Denver CO, 80221

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2727 Bryant Street
Denver CO 80211