Park Meadows Counseling

Our Park Meadows counseling office is located at:
8 Inverness Dr E #120
Englewood, CO 80112
Just a few minutes from Park Meadows in Lone Tree!

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We see clients Monday through Friday here at our “south Denver” office. You must make an appointment in advance to receive counseling here next to Park Meadows!

This is the main entrance to the “8” building:
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However, if you’re arriving after hours, be sure to look for the curvy sidewalk just to the right of the main entrance:
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You can then enter through these doors:
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If the doors are locked please knock so your therapist will know you’ve arrived.

Once you’re in the building you can proceed to suite 120 on the ground floor level:
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Located just east of Park Meadows Mall, we can be easily reached by those living or working in Lone Tree, Highlands Ranch, DTC, Centennial, Englewood, Greenwood Village, Aurora, and beyond. Give us a call at 720-935-2663 and schedule an appointment today!

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Therapists in our Park Meadows counseling office:

Paige Smith

C. Paige Smith, M.A., LPC

Paige Smith has a Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health from Denver Seminary and is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Colorado. She is passionate about understanding and knowing individuals as biological, psychological, social, and spiritual beings. She believes that these factors are always interacting with one another and each needs consideration when seeking optimal health. From this perspective, she works to help her clients understand their complex nature and experience holistic healing. Paige strives to create a warm and inviting space for all of her clients through acceptance, authenticity, and support. Her desire to walk alongside those hurting is evident through her caring and understanding presence.

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Jessica Vaeth

Jessica Vaeth, M.A., LPC

Jessica believes whole heartedly that we were created to be in relationship with one another and that healing takes place in the context of those relationships. She provides a safe and non-judgmental space for you to be your most vulnerable and authentic self. She is able to hold hope for her clients until they are ready to hold that hope for themselves. Jessica has a Masters of Arts in Counseling from Colorado Christian University, a certificate in marriage and family therapy from Denver Family Institute, and is certified in the Prepare/Enrich program. Jessica is also a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado and teaches counseling classes at Colorado Christian University. Her additional training in systems work equips her to work with individuals, families and couples. Jessica uses a strength based approach rooted in solution focused therapy with a focus on attachment and emotions. She feels honored to walk alongside her clients, challenging and supporting them through their journey in life.

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Doyle Lott

Doyle Lott, MSSA, LCSW

Doyle specializes in:

  • Helping adolescents maneuver the bridge from childhood to adulthood
  • Helping couples work through relationship challenges
  • Talking with men as they face life struggles
  • Offering compassion to those in the LGBT community

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Michelle Anderson

Michelle Anderson, M.A., LPC

Michelle is the kind of therapist with whom you immediately feel welcomed and seen. She exudes compassion. In fact, she works from the conviction that change happens when you first show up as your authentic self, so she makes it safe to do just that. Michelle believes in the power of bringing a Biblical worldview into therapy, and does so with gentleness and ease. She has worked within the eating disorder (ED) world for several years and feels called to work with those struggling with ED-related behaviors, body image, and anxiety/depression.

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Barbara Dible

Barbara Dible, Counseling Intern

Coming to counseling can take courage. Life can be hard, and sometimes we just need a place where we can openly share what is going on in a safe and confidential environment. With Barb, you’ll have the freedom to be vulnerable and honest without judgement. You’ll feel hope and relief, as if someone has lifted some of the burden you’ve been carrying. Barb works to help you find insight into the origin of issues so you can make choices of how to move forward. She is a student at Colorado Christian University and therefore offers counseling at discounted rates.

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