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"Let a horse whisper in your ear and breathe on your heart. You will never regret it."


Animal Lover
 Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate

Aspen received her Bachelor’s degree in Sport Psychology from Adams State University, followed by a Masters in Healthcare Administration from CSU Global, and a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from CU Denver.  Aspen worked in corporate healthcare for ten years prior to returning to her true passion of mental health. 

      Being a therapist at Finding Hiawatha is an experience that Aspen considers to be an ultimate dream come true. Animals have been a large part of her own healing work, and animal activism remains one of her core passions outside of the therapy space. 

     It is Aspen's life dream to one day combine her passion for animal activism with her career goals of helping others on their therapeutic path to one day open a farm sanctuary where both animals and humans alike can find a beautiful place to heal in community.

     Aspen believes that humans have an immense capacity for growth, but that seasons of life often prevent us from finding our footing. Our ancestors lived in community with others, alongside our animal companions, and she believes that is also how we are meant to heal, grow, and ultimately thrive.
    In her work, she enjoys incorporating elements of mindfulness, authenticity, generational trauma work, somatic experiencing, play therapy, EMDR, and parts work to facilitate the unique and ever-evolving relationship with her clients.

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