Carly Boeselt, Owner, MA, LPC

Dually licensed therapist in Colorado and Texas

Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP)

Offering in-person sessions at our Denver location

Specialities: EMDR, DBT, Trauma of all types, Life transitions, Anxiety, LGBTQ+, Couple's therapy- trained in the Gottman method

Insurances: Kaiser, Aetna, Cigna, United Healthcare, Self Pay, Invoicing for Out of Network Benefits

Taking the first step to consider therapy can be exciting, nerve-wracking, and scary all at the same time. I like to establish a warm, genuine connection with my clients in order to cultivate a  sense of trust and safety when we meet. I assist clients in establishing goals and milestones they would like to meet in life and create a plan to help them get there. I believe that unresolved trauma is often the reason we may feel hindered or stuck in life, and that by processing past hurts and traumas, we are more free to be the best versions of ourselves, our true selves. I believe through a lens of self-compassion and acceptance, we can begin to be more kind to ourselves and heal our critical inner voice. Finally, getting clear about our values will help guide our actions, which in turn, helps us to create a purposeful life based on what we believe to be meaningful- not necessarily what the world, society, or family tries to tell us is important.

I have a professional background working in K-12 education, higher education, and counseling in the non-profit sector before I opened New Vision Counseling in 2019. I have pursued my passion for couple's therapy and helping people process through trauma by receiving additional trainings in DBT, Gottman Method, trauma-informed care, and EMDR. I am currently working on additional training and consultation to become an advanced certified EMDR therapist. In my free time, I enjoy exploring nature with my two little dachshunds and discovering new coffee shops and bakeries around Denver.

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Anessa Compos, MSW

Certified Addictions Counselor II


Offering limited in-person sessions at our Denver location and online sessions

Insurances: Cigna, Aetna, Mines EAP, Self-Pay, Invoicing for Out of Network Benefits 

Specialties: Trauma, Anxiety, Grief, Depression, Adolescents/Young Adults, PTSD, Abuse (physical, emotional and sexual), Substance Use Disorders, and clients with legal issues.

Anessa strives to be open with her clients, letting them know that she appreciates them for who they are.  She does not believe in a one size fits all approach. Her therapeutic style is seeing clients as individuals and working with them to assess the needs and goals they want to work on. Anessa believes the therapeutic relationship is a collaborative process in which you can safely explore and make sense of your life. It is through this understanding that we begin to recognize and process patterns that no longer serve us and make small shifts towards rewriting our own stories.

Life isn’t always easy and that’s ok to admit. Even the strongest people need help to work through life sometimes. Overcoming battles and fighting the hurdles that come your way, whether big or small. Anessa realizes that there are many types of struggles in life and that you shouldn't have to go through them alone, which is why she is with her clients every step of the way.

Whether you are feeling, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem or any other issue. Maybe you aren’t sure what you are feeling but need support. You and Anessa can walk together to figure it out. She has years of experience helping client’s work through their mental health issues in order to create a better tomorrow.

I use an empowerment-focused approach with compassion, and validation to help my client(s) identify their needs, challenges, and goals in the therapeutic space. The modalities included in my approach are CBT, Person-Centered, Mindfulness but most importantly I focus on collaboration and building an affirming client-therapist relationship.


Christa Walker, MA, LPCC

Offering limited in-person sessions at our Denver location and online sessions

Insurances: Cigna, Aetna, Mines EAP, Self-Pay, Invoicing for Out of Network Benefits 

Specialties: Life Transitions, College/Young Adult, Women’s Issues, Premarital Counseling, Grief and Loss, Anxiety, Depression, Relationships Issues, Mental Illness, Spiritual Abuse/Spiritual Issues, Identity

Christa has always had a desire to come alongside people in their journeys of emotional and mental well-being, and in 2019 she graduated with her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary. She is passionate about creating space for clients to wrestle with difficult questions and address underlying causes of their distress. Christa has experience counseling couples, young adults and college students, individuals struggling with addictions and severe mental illness, and people healing through anxiety, depression, and trauma-related issues. She deeply believes that many of our most painful or confusing experiences in life are also ripe with growth, life, and hope – if we have courage to walk forward on the journey we never would have planned for ourselves.

Christa strives to approach each of her clients with curiosity, warmth, and empathy, knowing that a trusting therapeutic relationship is the foundation of healing and growth. Her aim is to use evidence-based practice to empower clients to experience integrated healing of their heart, mind, and emotions, and make meaningful and lasting changes in their lives. As a counselor, she most often utilizes emotional and cognitive skills from CBT and DBT with more person-centered approaches such as narrative therapy or existential perspectives. She also believes in honoring the unique strengths and needs of each individual and is happy to get creative with clients to find the most helpful therapeutic approach.

In her personal life, Christa is an avid learner and adventurer who also enjoys a healthy amount of rest and naps. She can often be found cooking new recipes, tending her garden, hiking in the mountains, or reading several books at once because she can’t decide on just one."

Adriane Pippins, Therapist in Denver, Colorado

Adriane Pippins, LCSW

Adriane offers online booking! Click here:

Offering limited in person sessions at our Denver office and online sessions


Insurances: Cigna, United Healthcare, Anthem/Blue Cross, Mines EAP, Self-Pay, Invoicing for Out of Network Benefits 

Specialties: Trauma, Anxiety, Grief, Codependency, Children/Adolescents/Young Adults, Parenting/Behavior Management

Adriane discovered an interest in brain and personality development in high school and pursued an education in psychology. After receiving a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a Minor in Social Work from Texas State University – San Marcos, Adriane worked at a Montessori school with children, ages 15 months to 6 years. When Adriane saw a need for mental health support in the school setting, she returned to Texas State University – San Marcos to gain a Master’s degree in Social Work. During her master’s program, Adriane’s first internship was at a middle school providing mentorship and mental health support to students. Her second internship was at a shelter for children in state custody, where she engaged in case management and play therapy services.

Upon graduation from her master’s program, Adriane moved to Colorado and began working at Griffith Center’s for Children in their Adams County office. There she provided in-home services to students struggling with truancy and worked with parents to best support their children. She also supervised visitations between parents and their children who had been removed from the home, and provided parenting feedback and support. After working at Griffith Center’s for two years, Adriane transitioned back to the school setting. For the past few years, Adriane has been working as a School Social Worker, providing mental health support to adolescents with disabilities and supporting teachers with managing behavioral issues in the classroom.

Adriane believes that meeting individuals where they are and building relationships are key to the therapeutic process. She draws from evidence-based practices in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, trauma treatments, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Family Systems, and Play Therapy. In her personal life she loves to explore the outdoors, practice yoga, sing, dance, and travel.

Rebecca Ackerman, Therapist in Denver, Colorado

Rebecca Ackerman, LPC
Lead Therapist and Onboarding Specialist

(720) 722-3788

Offering online sessions only

Insurances: Cigna, United Healthcare, Anthem/BlueCross, Self-Pay, Invoicing for Out of Network Benefits 

Specialties:  PTSD, Anxiety, Depression, Domestic violence, Grief, Gender issues, Anger, and clients with legal issues. 

You are not defined by the struggles that are keeping you stuck. Anxiety, depression, trauma, and other life experiences take ahold of our lives and prevent us from reaching our full potential. We experience feelings of hopelessness that we cannot seem to shake. The concept of “self love” can be difficult to even imagine when we have created negative stories about ourselves in our head. No matter what we do, happiness feels so far out of reach. Pain leads us to isolate and accept the belief that we are alone and no one can help us. 

Luckily, there is a light at the end of the tunnel. As hard as it is to believe, suffering gives us an opportunity to grow. Facing our truth and exploring pain allows for old wounds to heal and gives hope for a better future. You have the power to rewrite your story and decide who you want to be and what you want your life to look like. My role is to be by your side throughout this process and create a safe and nonjudgmental place for you to rediscover yourself. I believe that even the smallest steps forward should be recognized and celebrated. I want my clients to feel comfortable to be real and raw, knowing that they will be met with unconditional acceptance. 

I tailor my therapeutic style to each client, based on their individual needs. I approach my clients with trauma-informed care, recognizing that most individuals have experienced trauma on some level. The modalities most commonly used in my practice are CBT, DBT, and narrative therapy. When appropriate, I incorporate mindfulness and support clients in learning how their physical health is connected to their mental health. I have experience working with adolescents, adults, couples, and families. 


Neeka Zarei, LPC, PsyD candidate

(720) 772-1301

Offering limited in-person sessions in the Gunbarrel/Boulder area and online sessions 

Insurances: Anthem/Blue Cross, Cigna, United Healhcare, Self-Pay, Invoicing for Out of Network Benefits 

Specialities:  Addiction, anxiety, narcissistic abuse recovery, depression, existential dread, PTSD, couple's counseling, ACT, DBT, CBT 

Neeka is a Licensed Professional Counselor who graduated from Naropa University with a Masters in Clinical Mental Health and Buddhist Psychology. Neeka is passionate about working with individuals who are open to exploring their psyche and learning new ways to navigate their experience. She uses Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness based practices and Somatic based therapies. She believes in the power of acknowledging the places that scare us in order to cultivate the courage to form a new relationship with ourselves. Neeka understands the challenges of being a human and that pain is inevitable, however suffering is optional. Neeka's compassionate approach to therapy will aid in the journey of one's development.  

Casey Petterson, Therapist in Denver, Colorado

Casey Petterson, MA, LPCC


Offering online sessions only 

Insurances: Cigna, Aetna, Mines EAP, Self-Pay, Invoicing for Out of Network Benefits

Specialties: Stress, Life transitions, Anxiety, Identity issues, Emotional awareness, Career exploration, Chronic pain, Young adults 20s/30s, College aged, ACT, Mindfulness, Holistic health

“When a person tells her story and is truly heard and understood, both she and the listener undergo actual changes in their brain circuitry. They feel a greater sense of emotional and relational connection, decreased anxiety, and greater awareness of and compassion for others’ suffering” (Curt Thompson, Anatomy of the Soul).

Casey received her Bachelor’s degree in Family Studies and Human Services from Kansas State University. She moved to Colorado in her early 20s where she worked in multiple roles before receiving her graduate degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Denver Seminary. It was during those early adult years that Casey discovered the need for extra support in life’s challenging transitions. Anxiety, depression, identity struggles, and lack of self-efficacy are all common byproducts of changing circumstances. Casey has experience working with college students dealing with these issues as they sought meaningful career paths. She has also worked with people wrestling through spiritual questions and is passionate about coming alongside people with chronic pain.

She takes a biopsychosocial approach which addresses health from physical, psychological, and emotional angles. She believes that painful cycles can begin to reverse through the therapeutic relationship and uncovered emotions. Other methods she ascribes to include Mindfulness, CBT, ACT, and Person-Centered Therapy. She is currently working toward full licensure in Colorado.

Like a true Colorado resident, Casey enjoys mountain hikes with either her husband or a good audiobook. She is also a runner, musician, and curator of beautiful meals to be shared with community. Casey feels honored to hold hope for her clients as they embark on their healing journey.