Noelle Metcalf, LPC, ADS (Parker Office)
Noelle has experience with a diverse range of clients. Her counseling experience includes residential treatment with adolescents, group therapy with domestic violence and substance use clients, and outpatient community mental health center, working with children, teens and adults in both group and individual therapy. Noelle enjoys working with clients on a variety of issues and offers individual and group therapy at Kelli Korn Counseling. Noelle is a Certified Reiki Master. In addition, Noelle is a Certified Acudetox Specialist, in which auricular acupuncture treatments help clients to reduce stress, anxiety and depression and create an overall state of balance and well being in additional to traditional therapy methods. Noelle specializes in children, teens, adults, and families.
Terry London, LCSW (Parker Office)
As a skilled outpatient community, mental health therapist, Theresa has experience treating a wide range of mental/behavioral health issues. Her experience includes, treating children, adolescents, adults, and a variety of groups including substance abuse. She specializes in anxiety, depression, trauma and many types of grief. She is passionate about helping individuals and families transition through divorce recovery, and women's wellness. Theresa’s counseling orientation is solution-focused and strengths-based but utilizes a blend of treatment models to reach client goals. Noelle specializes in young adults, adults, couples, and families.
Theresa is certified in Acudetox (auricular acupuncture which promotes relaxation and can reduce depression), Brain Synchronization Therapy (BST), (utilized to process trauma), Heartmath coherence breathing (biofeedback), and Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP), an experiential therapy partnering with horses.
Theresa obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work in 2012 From Metropolitan University of Denver and her Master’s Degree in Social Work in 2013 from Metropolitan University of Denver. Her internships include training in domestic violence at Gateway women’s Services and grief and loss at Colorado Pregnancy and Newborn Loss Services.
Rachel Bauder, LSW (Parker Office)
Animal Assisted Therapy Coordinator/ Therapist
Bach, Therapy Dog
Rachel is a Licensed Social Worker in the state of Colorado and Ohio. She implements Animal Assisted Therapy with her canine partner, Bach. Rachel’s social work experience includes animal assisted therapy, individual and family therapy, and navigating foster care and adoption. Rachel is a certified provider of Animal Assisted Therapy, SBIRT (Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment for alcohol and drug use), and Youth Mental Health First Aid. Rachel earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Social Work at the University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio. During her studies, she fulfilled a fellowship focused on serving at-risk youth in mental health systems. She also completed the University of Denver’s Animals and Human Health Certification program. Rachel specializes in working with children, teens, families, and adults.
Rachel’s hobbies include hiking, volunteering with animals, traveling, and trying new things. She can normally be found enjoying the outdoors with the company of her pets, family, and friends. As a new resident, she loves indulging in everything Colorado has to offer including food, nature, healthy living, and animals.
Tanya McCrea, LSW (Parker Office)
Mary Bryant, LPC (Parker Office)
Mary is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Colorado. She obtained her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health from Argosy University in 2009. She also has a bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University in business management. She became licensed in Wyoming where she worked for a medium security prison as a counselor for their drug and alcohol treatment program. She transferred back to Colorado in 2013 to work at a community mental health center. Before moving to Wyoming, she worked at a non-profit facility in Denver as the Intake Coordinator/Counselor for their six month drug and alcohol treatment program.
Mary enjoys working with teenagers up to retirees. She has experience working with clients with a variety mental health issues including trauma, depression, anxiety, as well as substance use disorders. She enjoys individual and group therapy. She is trained in EMDR, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing. Mary is a Certified Acudetox Specialist, which is acupuncture in the ears that helps with anxiety, depression, grief, stress reduction, and sleep issues.
Mary enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and pets. She has lived in the Denver area most of her life and loves spending time outdoors, especially in the mountains.
Maurine "Mo" Jobe, LCSW (Parker office)
Maurine (“Mo”), received her BSW from Metro State in 2001 and her MSW from the University of Denver in 2004. She has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker since 2007. Her social work experience includes child abuse and fatality investigations for Denver County where she also assisted in writing protocols and instituting staff trainings. She then moved in to the foster care arena, conducting therapy with children, teens and families in the system. Mo specializes in abuse and trauma recovery, is a trained forensic interviewer, and works with victims of crime through the victim’s compensation program. She enjoys working with adults, couples and families, but is most passionate about working with adolescents and teens.
Mo is a Midwest transplant, but after nearly 30 years and 2 children, thinks of herself as a native. She loves to spend time with her daughters, and enjoys kayaking, hiking, concerts, traveling and gardening. She’s also a big fan of video games and can sometimes be found playing Skyrim or Fallout.
Julia Hultgren, LSW (Colorado Springs office)
Julia is a Licensed Social Worker in the state of Colorado. She received her MSW from Colorado State University in 2008. She is also a certified spiritual director through the Benedictine Spiritual Formation Program,and a meditator since 1996. Julia began her practice with an orientation toward mindfulness for anxiety disorders, and has been extremely gratified to see the success of her high performing youth and young adult clients for issues such as eating disorders, performance success and anxiety, and OCD. Her client base has included chess masters, collegiate soccer stars, and competitive teams. She is also trained in ego strength building, EMDR and EFT Tapping. Julia believes that each of us holds the key to our own healing in our personal inner wisdom, and helps her clients learn to listen for and act on that.
A transplanted Chicago native, she has lived in Colorado Springs since 2001, and raised four athletic and academic children, two of whom live internationally. She loves Colorado sunshine and spending part of each day outdoors. Her hobbies include Centering Prayer, traveling to see her children and grandchildren in Tokyo and London, (and tropical islands when time permits), gardening, hiking, swimming, snorkeling skiing, skating and dancing.
Carolyn Hughes, PhD, LCSW (Colorado Springs office)
Therapist/ Clinical Supervisor
Dr. Hughes has been practicing social work since 1985. She has worked in many areas of practice, including active duty military members and families, VA hospitals, community mental health, child welfare, and university teaching. She currently specializes in treating trauma of all kinds, depression, anxiety, women's issues, and pain management. She enjoys supporting people in looking at stresses and challenges in their lives and making choices for positive change. Dr. Hughes enjoys working with all ages from child through the elderly.
Dr. Hughes recently moved from Boulder, CO to Woodland Park, CO and enjoys everything Colorado has to offer. When she is not working with clients, she enjoys spending time with her husband, children, and grandchildren.