Meet our team of in-home care professionals.
I’m Gabrielle, owner and Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I started my practice to help bridge the gap and provide mental health services to some of the most vulnerable populations, who often lack or can’t afford transportation, and that’s no reason they shouldn’t be able to access care!
My team and I travel to our clients homes to provide services from Castle Rock to Boulder, and everywhere in between. I offer services from a client-centered, strengths-based standpoint, and I am passionate about healing trauma, particularly through EMDR. My style can be described as warm and relaxed, and my goal is to provide a safe, comfortable environment for healing and growth. When I’m not working I love to travel, read, hang out with my dog and husband, and teach Zumba!
Owen Konecnik, MSW, LCSW
Owen is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has been helping people reach their goals and improve their health for over 15 years. He received his Master of Social Work from Augsburg University in Minneapolis, MN, with an emphasis in direct clinical practice. He has worked in various settings, including in-patient, out-patient clinic, as a health coach, and a psychotherapist in private practice.
Owen has expertise and special interest with chronic pain/health conditions, stress/anxiety, depression, LGBTIQA+ concerns, grief/loss, adoption and parenting issues, couples counseling, and life transitions. He has training in psychodynamic therapy (which helps us understand how our past experiences impact our current life) as well as cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness strategies, solution-focused therapy, and trauma-informed care. However, he uses a combination of these and other strategies to adjust to each and every client’s individual needs.
Building a strong therapeutic relationship, based on safety and trust, is extremely important to Owen, as this is truly essential to helping his clients to better understand themselves and reach their goals. He looks forward to working with you!
Renee Rhoades, LCSW
My name is Renee Rhoades, LCSW and I have been working as a mental health therapist for 12 years. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Oakwood University, a HBCU, and my Masters of Social Work degree from Barry University.
During my time in this profession I have worked with Hospice, Dialysis, LGBTQ+, community mental health, as well as short and long term addiction programs. My counseling style is warm, empathetic and non-judgmental. My approach to therapy is one in which I will tailor our sessions together to meet your specific needs. I look forward to processing life together, one session at a time.
Hi, I’m Natalie Leiferman. I work at Colorado In-Home Counseling as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I have experience serving young adults, adults and older adults. My areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, stress, life transitions, self-esteem, individuals with disabilities, loss of independence, aging, grief and loss, death and dying, caregiver burnout, chronic pain and chronic illness. My theoretical approach is an integrative style which includes strengths-based, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, mindfulness and humanistic therapy.
I provide a calming clinical presence while supporting you through life’s ups and downs. In my free time I enjoy cooking, walking, hiking, paddle boarding and online shopping. I look forward to meeting you and walking with you on your journey.
I am an independently licensed clinical social worker and have been practicing social work in some form for over 9 years. I have experience working with people with many different life stressors including; Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression, domestic violence and sexual assault. I am certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy and am well practiced in trauma related disorders. I use evidenced based approaches that are best suited for each individual client. People are unique and sometimes approaches change as the perspective changes while in treatment.
I tend to practice therapy in a warm, genuine client centered approach. I believe in exploring the whole person and all aspects of their lives, past, present and future. I look forward to working together to reach your goals and help you build the mindset that you want and deserve.
Hi, I’m Taegan Dolphin. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and have been in the social work field for over 14 years in a variety of settings with diverse clients. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Human Services with a minor in Women’s Studies and Psychology from the University of Delaware, and my Master’s Degree in Social Work from Delaware State University. I have experience serving teens, young adults, adults, and older adults. My areas of expertise include complex trauma, grief and loss, self-esteem, life transitions, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, LGBTIQA+ issues, adoption and parenting issues.
I believe that counseling is a collaborative endeavor that requires honest caring without judgment, and I cooperatively assist my clients in clarifying their goals for treatment. Rather than adopting one methodology for all individuals and issues, I draw from a variety of methods to create a tailored approach for each individual and situation. As a therapist, I am warm, open, encouraging, and direct. I consider myself an active therapist, combining experience, education, creativity, and sense of humor with a down-to-earth, realistic approach to counseling.
Dayshun Stevens, LCSW
Hi, I’m Dayshun, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a great passion for supporting others in their pursuit of health and growth. I believe that healing starts from the inside and happens in a safe interpersonal context. I walk alongside people navigating grief and loss, anxiety, depression, chronic illness, trauma, mindfulness, relationships, life transitions, and mind-body alignment. My ideal client is looking for support through life transitions, relief from daily stressors, is working through a traumatic experience, or coping with chronic pain and/or illness.
Our thoughts stimulate feelings and emotions which in turn impact our behavior. We move into the driver’s seat of our lives when we have a better understanding of the direct relationship between thoughts, emotions, feelings, behavior, and the functionality of our bodies. I help people tune into these sensations to gain a deeper awareness and feel more grounded.
My approach to therapy is an individualized process that creates a supportive connection to promote change and growth. I believe that we have an intrinsic capacity to heal and I’m passionate about helping others bring forth their innate healing abilities to find peace.
When I’m not working, I love spending time in my favorite room of my home; the kitchen, where I enjoy creating baked goods for my friends and family. You’ll also find me out in nature hiking in the Colorado Rocky Mountains with my husband Kevin, Golden Retriever Arthur, and cat Fred.