"Joey Schildt is an LPCC, NCC, Licensed Professional School Counselor, and Lead Neurofeedback Specialist, completing a PhD program in Marriage and Family Therapy. She specializes in crisis and trauma, and has extensive training in intimate partner violence, threat, abuse, and suicide assessment, as well as Trauma-Specific CBT, 504 and IEP planning, functional behavior work, and support for clients with affective and special needs. She works with adolescents, adults, and young children, as well as families and couples, and welcomes clients of all abilities, cultures, races, and backgrounds. She is experienced, solutions-focused, person-centered, and strongly evidence-based in her therapeutic approach. She believes strongly that therapy should feel like a positive growth experience that leads to tangible results."
Zach DePledge with Altitude Wellness coaching. His description is "My name is Zach and I am a registered psychotherapist with Altitude Wellness Coaching. I received my master's in social work from Colorado State University. After receiving my degree I went to Texas and worked with teens and families at a residential counseling center. It was there I learned and began implementing the backbone of my practice. I realized that a relationship is a catalyst that brings about change. Nobody cares what you know until they know you care. With 11 years of experience, I found that problematic behavior is simply the external representation of an internal problem. With all this being said, I don’t treat a person’s diagnosis; I work to help the person learn to be bigger than their struggles so they can succeed in life. A unique aspect of my practice is that I like to meet those I work with where they are. I don’t use an office allowing me the freedom to meet wherever you feel comfortable. I look forward to meeting you and helping you overcome whatever situation may be holding you back from being the best version of yourself.
David has worked with adolescents and their parents for the last 35 years. He is very eclectic in his approach to counseling. He meets the clients where they are at and accepts them for who they are and where they are at in their lives. He then joins them in a magnificent journey of change. His gentle demeanor and genuine attitude about life helps him connect with people and develop a remarkable bond that helps each client trust and move in a positive direction. David can take the worst scenario and find the positive outcomes that can come from each situation. Some people have told him he creates miracles, but he would say he just believes in human nature. Out of all bad comes good. When he left Denver Children’s Home he came up with a saying. “All people are born as a piece of gold. As you go through life you tend to get covered up by mud, it is my goal as a counselor to get you to shine like gold again.” His practice focuses on helping people deal with the hard transitions in their life. Whether it is a major change in one’s life, a loss such as death or divorce David will join your path and help you drudge through the muck to help you find some clarity.
The motto of my practice is “Do what works”. No single therapist is the right fit for everyone, but if you’re looking for someone who will continuously nod and ask “How does that make you feel?”, then I will help you find a therapist who better fits what you’re looking for. Doing what works means your care will be personalized. We will be smart and compassionate. We will draw from techniques rooted in science, but not at the expense of the single most important variable when it comes to effective therapy: the therapeutic alliance between therapist and client. Come in, we’ll sort through it, we’ll figure out what needs to happen, and we’ll get to work.
Our practice combines clinical expertise, innovative technology, and a collaborative atmosphere to provide our patients with the best possible care. Paramount focuses on mental health care to an integrated wellness clinic, offering holistic medical treatment and cutting-edge therapies. We provide wellness counseling, nutrition counseling, Psychiatric counseling, consultations in endocrinology and internal medicine, Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), and IV hydration therapy, just to name a few.
52 Monroe Street, Denver, CO 80206