Beth Barta has a Master's Degree in Social Work with a License in Clinical Social Work and a Certification in Addictions Counseling in the state of Colorado.  She is the Founder and Director of Insight Counseling Center and has worked in this field since 1997. 


Beth utilizes Gestalt Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral strategies to assist people in their journey toward self discovery and transformation. In addition, she has been trained to provide EMDR, a method that will quickly relieve distressing symptoms and help to bring balance back into your life.  She is passionate about empowering women to access and build their inner strength and guidance through individual sesssion, weekly classes and weekend retreats. Additionally, she enjoys working with people who are struggling with a variety of life issues, such as divorce, parenting, spiritual development, trauma, and addictive behaviors.  You may email her at or call her at 303-246-3219.

Peter Daniels is the Director of the Adventure and Wilderness Therapy Program at Insight Counseling Center.  He is also the founder of Inner Guide LLC. He enjoys working with people to bring the experience of nature and adventure into the healing process. Peter's own experience climbing outdoors and indoors has contributed to a richness in life and deeper sense of self, and he wants to share that with you.

Peter draws from many contemplative traditions, including Shambhala Buddhism and Taoism, with a meditation and yoga practice that sometimes finds consistency and regularity.  He spends much of his time in the mountains, rock climbing, mountaineering, and connecting with his own Inner Guide. 

Peter is a certified Climbing Wall Instructor, certified by the Climbing Wall Association.  He is also Wilderness First Aid certified.  Peter has climbed 57 of the 58 fourteeners in the state of Colorado, waiting impatiently to get permission to climb Culebra Peak, which is privately owned.

You can explore more information about him at www.InnerGuide.bizHe can be reached at 303-246-0950 or  

Mallory Crouch has a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Denver and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Addiction Counselor in the state of Colorado.  Additionally, Mallory has specialized training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy.  Mallory has been working as a therapist for the last 6 years, focusing on trauma and addictions. 


Mallory approaches counseling from a strengths-based perspective and believes each individual has unique resources to help navigate change.  She focuses on meeting each individual where they are and providing a supportive, non-judgmental space for healing, processing, and growth.  Mallory utilizes evidence-based theories and practices in working with her clients including EMDR Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, and Solution-Focused models.  She specializes in working with clients who are experiencing depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, addictive or compulsive behaviors, and other issues stemming from past traumatic experiences.  You may contact her at 720-503-2405 or
Dr. Amber McGregor has a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and a Doctorate Degree in Clinical Psychology. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado.  Additionally, Amber has specialized training in working with people who struggle with both addictions and mental health issues at the same time.  Dr. McGregor has been working as a therapist since 2004 and has experience in a variety of settings. 
Dr. McGregor works from a pscyhodynamic and CBT approach. This means she helps clients to understand where thier views of the world originated in order to help interpret feeling and actions in the present. You may contact her at 720-708-8396 or
Amy Armstrong has a Master’s degree in Counseling and she is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado.  Additionally, Amy has specialized training in working with people who struggle with life disturbing experiences with the tool of EMDR.  She offers support with career counseling and aptitude testing, couples therapy, relationship rescue, as well as alleviating depression and anxiety. She has been working as a therapist since 2004 and has experience in a variety of settings. 
You may contact her at 908-403-6567 or
Alex Klein has a Master’s in Social Work from Tulane University and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Colorado. She has worked as a social worker and therapist since 2012, specializing in areas of eating disorders, substance abuse, trauma, women’s issues, grief and loss, and spirituality. She uses a mindfulness and body-centered approach to healing, utilizing Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Somatic Experiencing, and also incorporates Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Motivational Interviewing. Alex attempts to provide empathic and nonjudgmental clinical support in each and every session, meeting her clients where they are, and providing active witness to their change and healing.
You can reach her at 985-630-1857 or
Lauren Whalen received her BA in psychology at the University of Iowa and is currently working toward her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Colorado Christian University. Lauren has experience working at a behavioral health and substance abuse agency, as well as her current work at a residential treatment facility for children in foster care.  Lauren’s therapeutic style has a foundation is Adlerian Therapy as well as Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy. This is an empathetic, non-judgmental and empowering approach based on understanding the client’s point of view and shifting negative thought patterns to help clients live more fulfilling lives. She strives to provide a holistic therapy approach to assist clients in meeting their therapeutic goals. You may contact her at 224-374-3609 or

Experts In:


Alleviating Anxiety


Transforming Depression


Enhancing Relationships


Addictions Counseling


Mindfulness Training


Stress Management


Trauma Informed Therapy





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