• Our Counselors

  • Dr. Diane ThompsonDr. Diane Thompson is a psychiatric oncologist and women's health specialist. Since completing her residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, she has specialized in treating cancer patients and women with a focus on midlife and menopause issues. In addition to her role as a psychiatrist, she is a certified a menopause practitioner and hypnotherapist. Prior to moving to Colorado in 2012, she and her husband resided in Honolulu where she was the Medical Director for Women's Health and the Program Director for the Cancer Center at Queen's Medical Center. Her prior positions included Medical Director of Psychiatric Oncology at the Winship Cancer Center in Atlanta and Medical Director of Behavioral Health for the Pittsburgh Cancer Center and Magee Women's Hospital in Pittsburgh. She is well published, has spoken at many medical conferences and has appeared on both local and national television discussing topics related to cancer and quality of life. Outside of work, she enjoys running, skiing, hiking and biking.
    Thomas CaughlanThomas Caughlan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been in practice since 2009. He received his undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan in 2000 and his master’s degree from Augsburg College in 2009. Prior to this time he spent seven years working at the University of Minnesota Hospital’s inpatient psychiatric units and sub-acute crisis unit. His specialties include providing various modalities of psychotherapy for mood disorders, grief and loss, pain management, and integrated behavioral health with a focus on oncology patients. In his free time Thomas enjoys trail running, playing guitar, and spending time in the mountains with his wife, two children, and dog.
    Lindsey CarnickLindsey is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been working has been working in Integrated Behavioral Health since 2011, and in mental health since 2006. Lindsey strongly believes in Integrated Behavioral Health as a patient-centered service that improves health outcomes for patients. Prior to working in integrated primary care settings, Lindsey provided mental health services in alternative schools, community mental health clinics, Emergency Departments, acute psychiatric settings, and prisons. She received her Master of Social Work in 2008 from the Indiana School of Social Work and her Master of Arts in American Studies from Purdue University in 2005. She is currently finishing her Licensed Addiction Counselor credential.
    Rachel PitzerRachel has been a Behavioral Health Therapist with Centura Health since 2012. She received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Texas A&M University in 2009 and graduated with her master’s degree in counseling from Denver Seminary in 2011. Her areas of practice include addictions, anger, anxiety, depression, adolescent and family issues, grief, stress, self-esteem and faith development. In her free time, she enjoys reading, spending time with family and friends, and volunteering at her church.
    Laura TulleyLaura graduated in 2009 from the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs with a Master's Degree in Counseling and Human Services. Her specialties include: trauma work-certified in a trauma based treatment called EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) and working with addictions. In her spare time, she enjoys being active and likes to do anything outdoors.
    Elizabeth LazzelleBeth is a licensed professional counselor, practicing since 2007. She received her undergraduate degree from Phillips University in 1998 in psychology and her master’s degree from University of Colorado in 2006 in Counseling and Human Services. Beth loves working with a diverse group of clients in both the primary care and emergency setting. In her free time she enjoys being outdoors, traveling, and spending time with family. The majority of Beth's family live in Ireland, which she considers her second home.
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