Neuro Colorado Staff

Neuro Colorado is a Denver – based neurotherapy clinic and counseling center serving the Front Range since 1997. Located in Denver’s Cherry Creek district, we offer a range of scientifically proven brain-based therapies (neurotherapy, neurofeedback, and psychotherapy) to Engage many clinical and non-clinical issues. Our approach facilitates a way to Restore the health of our clients without drugs or invasive procedures. This is why we offer a well-rounded, holistic approach to mental health including traditional individual, marriage, and family counseling along side our Neurotherapy services. We want to provide our clients the best possible means to engage issues in a manner that restores health so they can Live more fully.


Staff

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Sean Brock, MA, LPC, BCN

Psychotherapist and Neurotherapy Practitioner

Sean is the owner of Neuro Colorado. He is passionate about pursuing a full and meaningful life for himself and other around him. He thrives by helping others grow, learn, and heal. Sean believes Neuro Colorado is an excellent environment for this to happen. He has a rich and diverse academic background, with degrees in organizational development, counseling, and theology, and a great love for the outdoors. In addition to his interest in outdoor sports, he also enjoys building things: relationships, community, and a deeper knowledge of the way things work. Sean is Board Certified and trained in multiple types of Neurofeedback as well as advanced trainings in psychotherapy techniques such as EMDR and Splankna.

sean@neurocolorado.com


Karen Klismet, MA, LPC

Psychotherapist and Neurotherapy Practitioner

Karen joined Neuro Colorado Spring 2014. A die-hard Broncos fan who is passionate about the outdoors and relationships she looks for the best ways to foster thriving community. She has worked extensively with adult women on trauma issues, utilizing EMDR since 2008.

Specifically, she is passionate about engaging women in the restoration process of overcoming physical, emotional, psychological, sexual and spiritual abuse, as well as women wanting to overcome anxiety, feeling “stuck” in life, by assisting them to resolve the underlying issues that hold them back from thriving. She holds a Masters in Community Counseling with a love for studying neurobiology and using brain based interventions to resolve the issues from the past and overcome present life challenges, so that you can create the life you desire. 

 karen@neurocolorado.com

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Sam Clopper, MA, LPC

Psychotherapist and Neurotherapy Practitioner

Samantha is a Licensed Professional Counselor who joined the Neuro Colorado team in 2016. She is a Colorado native who has always had a natural draw to helping and healing those around her. Her passion is working with and supporting kids and families in reaching their full potential.

She specializes in working children, adolescents and adults struggling with attachment trauma and complex trauma. Her clinical training and work includes EMDR, Trauma Informed-CBT, play therapy, Animal Assisted Therapy, and attachment focused therapy. She values a holistic and client centered approach focused on creating a safe and healing environment for all people to grow. She considers herself a lifelong learner with an interest in neuroplasticity, healing power of connection, brained-based therapy, complex trauma, somatic and movement therapy, and mindfulness.

samantha@neurocolorado.com


Emily Ingraham

Emily Ingraham, MA, LCSW 

Psychotherapist and Neurotherapy Practitioner

Emily has a passion for the outdoors and moved to Colorado with her wife in 2017. Most weekends you can find her hiking, rock-climbing, skiing, or taking advantage of many of the other outdoor wonders the Denver area has to offer.

She is passionate about working with children and families to find healing from issues related to complex trauma and attachment. Emily has specialized in trauma and early childhood mental health treatments with extensive experience working with children as young as 0-6 years. She uses an integrated approach, always working closely with the family or individual to find the best path toward healing and growth. She has advanced training in EMDR, Attachment-Focused EMDR with kids, Child Parent Psychotherapy and Play Therapy, integrating other modalities such as Narrative Therapy, Mindfulness, Psychoeducation, Parent Coaching, and Skill Building, as needed. She believes in empowering individuals and families in all aspects of their journey, and is excited to integrate neurofeedback into her work. Emily is the most recent addition to Neuro, joining the team in March 2019.

emily@neurocolorado.com