Josh Korac, BA, NLC, CTP
Master's Level Counselor-in-Training
About: 

Josh obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2019 and is currently pursuing his Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of Northern Colorado. In early 2020, DORA approved Josh's application for his Unlicensed Counselor (NLC) credential. He is expected to graduate from his program in late 2021. Josh has experience in mental health care working with adults with developmental disabilities, adolescents in a school setting, adult and adolescent inpatient treatment, mental health and the outdoors, and corrections counseling. In October 2021, Josh met the standards for a Certified Trauma Professional (CTP).  

Josh approaches life with all the wonder and wild adventure that comes with it. He practices from an Existential framework in the understanding that there are certain givens of existence that all struggle with. Through this framework, Josh operates in an integrative approach that works to meet the needs of each individual client. 

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Zachary Guillaume, BA
Master's Level Counselor-in-Training

Zach obtained his Master of Arts in History in 2018.  As a historian, Zach studied trauma, researching it, presenting on it at conferences, and publishing on the topic. He is now pursuing his Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of Northern Colorado and is planning to graduate within the next year. He has spent the last three years working with at risk youth at an alternative education setting in Northern Colorado, teaching math, social emotional learning courses, and co-facilitating suicide prevention groups.

Zach believes a core aspect to life is learning, learning about the world around him, learning about the people within it, and learning more about himself. He approaches every day with a fun loving, humorous, and patient curiosity.  He approaches counseling relationships from a person-centered framework, believing that everyone must find their own understanding and insight in life, and that counseling can be a place to facilitate the discovery of that individualized understanding.