April Bennet
Trained at Denver Seminary, she earned her MS in Clinical Counseling

April believes that no situation is hopeless and is passionate about empowering people to work toward greater health and find hope, healing, and restoration as they face the difficult situations that life can hold. She uses various clinical assessments and tools to determine the needs of each client. April provides ongoing treatment for anxiety and depression, abuse, marriage and relationship issues, chronic illness, spirituality/faith issues, identity development issues, sexuality and addictions. She also provides coaching for personal growth, parenting, pre and post partum help/preparation, and people who feel "stuck."

April also provides pre-marital assessments and counseling. She believes a biopsychosocial-spiritual approach to health is the most effective method of treatment, but uses a wide range of counseling methods.

April has personal and professional experience working with individual adolescents/adults, couples, families and groups. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, and Colorado Counseling Association. Before moving to Summit County she worked with a diverse clientele in the Front range including: At risk adolescents with criminal history, addictions and complex mental health issues, Colorado State University in the counseling program, and with Individuals, couples and groups in a Private Practice.

April enjoys spending time with her husband and three kids, enjoying the beautiful area we live in, traveling and learning about nutrition and health.