Sam Johnson, BS (They/Them)
Sam grew up all over the northwest, from rural southern Idaho to the western slopes of the Cascade Mountains. Sam obtained his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Western Washington University in 2016. In 2019, they moved to Greeley, Colorado to be closer to family and to pursue a career in mental health. Sam is currently studying clinical mental health counseling at the University of Northern Colorado and hopes to graduate with their master’s degree in the next year or so.
Recognizing the less than perfect history of mental health treatment, Sam is committed to building a practice that engages in advocacy, client empowerment, and ongoing discussions of justice. Sam values approaches to wellness that are collaborative and respectful to each client’s life experience. As such, they work from an integrative approach that is rooted in client-centered practice and which utilizes techniques from other modalities where beneficial and appropriate.
Mel Babion, BS (She/Her)
Mel is a Colorado native that enjoys being around good company and playing board games. She discovered her passion for mental health and wanted to be a LPC since Pscyh 101 while pursuing her Associate's degree. She is motivated to work with the LGBTQIA+ population.
Mel approaches therapy from an integrative humanistic and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) approach. She is in the process of completing her Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health and anticipates her graduation to be in the Spring of 2024.
Sadie Adams, BS (She/Her)
Sadie Adams is a graduate student obtaining a Master of Arts (MA) in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Northern Colorado. She plans to obtain her Licensed Professional Counselor credential upon graduation. Sadie intends to work with adolescents (12+) and adults (18+) and people who are a part of the LGBTQIA community. She believes in client empowerment and strives to integrate social justice both inside and outside of the counselling room.
Sadie works from a client centered approach and strives to provide a space of equality for her clients. She also integrates other theories and methods to best fit each client’s needs.
Outside of the counseling office Sadie enjoys baking, roller skating, playing video games, and spending time with her partner and two cats.