For compassionate professionals who are committed to the mission of community behavioral health, we have positions available at both our state-of-the-art West Springs Hospital in Grand Junction or at any of our 12 outpatient offices throughout the Western Slope.
If you would like to help us continue to offer critical behavioral health services to anyone who needs quality care, please consider making a financial gift to the Mind Spring Foundation. Your support will truly save lives.
Michelle specializes in child, youth and family treatment and worked as a Child and Family Therapist for Mesa County Department of Human Services for over 8 years. Currently, she is a Program Coordinator with Mind Springs Health, where she oversaw Child and Family Services in Mesa County, and has more recently moved to the Roaring Fork Valley where she is a Program Coordinator in Aspen. Additionally, she does provide therapeutic services for adults, children, adolescents, and families. Michelle received her BS in Psychology from the University of Washington and her Master’s Degree from Adam’s State University. Michelle has a special interest in mood disorders, anxiety disorders, severe mental illness, and providing clinical supervision. She specializes in trauma (single episode, abuse, neglect, domestic violence), complex trauma, social-emotional development, and attachment. Michelle values supporting the community by providing education and consultation regarding child and adolescent mental health, trauma, and attachment. In her spare time Michelle enjoys spending time with family, reading, travel, and scuba diving.