Evette Valentine

Therapist

Evette has earned a master’s degree in Marriage, Family, and Child Therapy and registered with the State of Colorado as an Unlicensed Psychotherapist.

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I graduated in 2011 Master’s of Science in Counseling, University of Phoenix
Started working with the offender population in 2012


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Evette has earned a master’s degree in Marriage, Family, and Child Therapy and registered with the State of Colorado as an Unlicensed Psychotherapist (#NLC.0012848). She is currently working towards licensure to become a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Evette graduated from University of Phoenix in 2011 earning a Master of Marriage, Family and Child Therapy. She has over 10 years of experience working with individuals, children, adolescents, and families who suffer from a variety of mental illnesses.

Evette operates her private Mental Health Practice in Colorado Springs; CO. She is also a member of the Therapist of Color Collaborative. Evette initially established her practice by contracting with agencies where she provided clinical services to children in the foster care system. Evette has also worked in various settings, while serving as a clinician for the Colorado Department of Corrections with an emphasis on offender populations.

In her work she operates from a humanistic/humane approach that encourages individuals to explore their feelings, thoughts, and emotions in relation to their individual life experiences, while creating and maintaining a safe environment for healing. Her areas of focus include, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Special Needs, Anxiety, Behavioral and Discipline Challenges, Self-Harming Behaviors, Complicated Grief Reactions, Anger and Stress Management, Trauma, Abuse, Family and Relationship Issues, Suicide Assessment and Risk Reduction, Group Psychotherapy, and Chronic Mental Illness. She feels strongly about instilling hope by using an eclectic approach, and blending a variety of modalities that are unique in the healing process.

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Trauma is an interesting part of life, you are not expecting it, and you barely understand it. Now you are forced to deal with it. I have experienced enough trauma, Grief and Loss, sadness, and Depression to last a lifetime, from childhood issues to adult issues. However, I had to build a team; you would call this team a support system, you want to build your (Team) Support system, and you are not alone. It is easy to fight your battles alone and to suffer in silence. I want you to know that you do not have to.

Areas Of Focus: Depression, Anxiety, Grief & Loss, Behavioral Disorders, PTSD, Parenting, Psychosis, and Childhood/Adult Trauma, and Personality issues, such as Passive aggression.

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