Welcome to CFCC! We help kids, teens and adults who are overtaken by unwanted thoughts and emotions to become balanced, connected, and confident.
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.
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 DBT, EMDR, including the DeTUR protocol (Desensitization Triggers & Urge Reprocessing) 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.
Meghan Olson, LSW (Parker Office)
Meghan is a Licensed Social Worker in the state of Colorado with a specialization in health and wellness. Meghan graduated from Colorado State University in 2014 with her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Criminology and later furthered her education at the University of New England where she obtained her Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work in 2017. As a mental health practitioner Meghan has worked as a family and children’s therapist, crisis clinician and neurofeedback technician and she maintains a person-centered, solution-focused approach to treatment.
Meghan is a Colorado native who enjoys living an active lifestyle (whether it be in the gym or the outdoors). When she is not with clients Meghan spends most of her time with family and friends.
Dominique Guillen, LSW (Parker Office)
Kyla Kepson, LSW (Colorado Springs Office)
Kyla is a Licensed Social worker who received her undergraduate degree from Colorado State University-Pueblo in 2015, and her Master of Social Work from Newman University in 2017. Kyla’s primary focus of study was on family counseling. Kyla’s social work experience includes working in case management to support youth in conflict and their families. Kyla has also worked as a school social worker for children and youth ages five to thirteen.
Kyla uses a variety of methods to work with clients including Adlerian Play Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Kyla is passionate about working with children and adolescents as well as working with the family unit. Kyla works with a variety of areas including depression, anxiety, trauma, as well as social skills. Kyla sees a variety of clients, but specializes in children, teens, and families.
Kyla was raised in Colorado and enjoys living in a climate where it is not too hot and not too cold. She spends a lot of time with her family to include her husband and their three dogs. Kyla enjoys hiking, reading, gardening, and traveling.
Sydney Pantoja, LSW
Sydney is a Licensed Social Worker in the State of Colorado. Sydney received her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work with a minor in Diversity Studies in 2017 from the University of Texas at Arlington and her Master’s degree in Social Work in 2018 from Metropolitan State University of Denver. Sydney’s social work experience has primarily been in various non-profit organizations specializing in at-risk youth and families. Sydney has worked extensively with domestic violence, and sexual assault survivors, as well as with youth experiencing homelessness and teens/children in residential facilities. Sydney has facilitated numerous groups and individual mentoring for teens and children focusing on stress management, coping skills, healthy relationships, anxiety, and depression, along with support for parents and families as a whole. Sydney believes strongly in trauma-informed care, strengths-based and solution focused practices, and thoroughly enjoys empowering her clients at any age, to achieve their goals.
Sydney is a Colorado native and enjoys being outside, reading, going to concerts, and spending time with friends and family.
Jessica Smith, LSW
Jessica is a Licensed Social Worker in Colorado and earned a Master’s in Social Work from Newman University of Colorado Springs in 2019. During her graduate work Jessica’s focus of study was trauma-informed therapy for children/teens and their family systems. Through work with clients ages 4-40 experiencing, emotional dysregulation, relational barriers, and crisis, Jessica has developed the belief that therapy is not a fix, but rather a relationship designed for people to learn about themselves, build skills, and become more adaptable in life.
Jessica uses an array of concepts in her work with individual clients and groups including: Play Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Attachment Based Family Therapy.
A transplant from Philadelphia to Colorado Springs, Jessica still finds herself in awe of this beautiful landscape. When she is not cooking, dancing or talking with her amazing clients, you can find her exploring the wilderness with her partners, Ryan and Cam-Bam the boxer.
Melissa is a Colorado Native and attained her degree in Business Administration with emphasis in Finance from the University of Northern Colorado. Before working for Colorado Family Counseling Center, she worked for a third-party administrator doing insurance billing and reporting.
She has been married for over 21 years and has three beautiful kids: one in college and two finishing their last two years in high school. In her free time, she keeps very busy with her daughter who cheers and her son who does cross country and track and field. Her hobbies consist of playing sand volleyball and traveling the states for cheer competitions or cross country meets.
Originally from Southern California, Katherine has lived in Colorado since for over 23 years, and can’t imagine ever calling anywhere else home again. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with an emphasis on Child Development from California State University, and prior to joining the CFCC team spent many years raising her children as an at home mom, and then jumped into the commercial property management industry where she spent nearly 15 years. She is the mother of 3 children and one granddaughter, all of whom are the pride and joy of her world. When not spending time with her family, Katherine’s hobbies include sewing and learning new skills to create projects for her home and to share, and looking for opportunities to meet new people. She believes that you can usually find something in common with anyone, and with each new person you meet you discover connections that bind us as people together more than tear us apart, so makes a goal to meet a new person every day. She and her husband like to spend their down time watching nature documentaries, traveling to visit their children in other states and spoiling their granddaughter, as well as spending time in the warm waters of the Caribbean scuba diving.