Dr. Ashley Turbeville
I am a licensed psychologist with over a decade of experience working with children and families in a variety of roles and settings. I specialize in early childhood (infants, toddlers, and preschool age children) with the goal of fostering resilience, strengthening caregiver-child bonds, and providing a supportive and collaborative space for families to heal and grow.
I have a doctorate in counseling psychology from NYU and specialist in school psychology graduate degree from Texas Woman’s University. I completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Aurora Mental Health Center, where I specialized in providing therapeutic and school consultation services to children (birth to five years) and integrated mental health services in an OB/GYN clinic to perinatal women.
My practice focuses on supporting children who are facing a range of behavioral, emotional, and social difficulties. I work collaboratively with families to tailor interventions to specific family needs, developmental considerations, and evidence basis for treatment.
I am passionate about working with caregivers and often include them in sessions. I incorporate parent coaching to improve caregiver-child relationships, reduce family conflict, and build parenting skills. I also enjoy working with expecting and postpartum women as they transition into motherhood.
I believe that even in the most difficult of situations people can have resilience and thrive.
Dr. Katie Braley
As a Colorado native, I am driven by values of health and wellness. I believe strongly in the mind-body connection and treat clients holistically. I strive to foster meaningful connections with my clients and to use our relationship to help them heal and grow. I feel rewarded and inspired through bearing witness to positive change in my clients.
I attended CU Boulder for undergraduate with a major in psychology and a minor in dance. I earned a Masters in Clinical Psychology from CU Denver and then a Doctorate in Psychology from DU with a specialty focus in pediatric health psychology. Early in my career, I discovered my passion for working with children, teens, and their families. My specialty areas include neurodevelopmental disorders (such as autism spectrum disorder and ADHD), anxiety, and grief. I have trained in a myriad of environments including schools, medical settings, hospice, and group practices. I use a variety of therapeutic orientations, the most common of which include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).
I am compassionate, playful, and dedicated to being excellent at what I do. I like to live by the "work hard, play hard" motto. I enjoy spending time with friends and family, trying new "foodie" restaurants, and playing board games. I create balance in my life by dancing, swimming, and hiking in the beautiful Colorado outdoors.
Dr. Shawna Roberts
I am committed to helping individuals heal the past, empower the present, and achieve a future that is meaningful and valued. I understand the importance of building relationships with my clients based upon trust and respect. Many clients have described me as compassionate, accepting, and helpful in guiding people to have the life they have longed for. I earned my Doctorate of Psychology from the University of Denver after completing my masters degree. I have a variety of training and experiences in working with adults and children, often considered an anxiety expert when I am able to help people calm down and enjoy life. I specialize in anxiety disorders such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), panic attacks, and phobias. I often teach child development, family therapy, and assessment at the University of Denver.. I am EMDR certified and am able to use this method with clients who need their past to stop interfering with their present, a wonderful way to allow yourself to let go of old hurts and heal.
I have also enjoyed helping athletes through sports psychology. I understand the need and desire for optimal performance having been a college-athlete. When I am not working, I enjoy hiking, playing volleyball and softball, and spending time with my friends and family.
Dr. TJ Price
Mindful Health is an important aspect of human health. I believe I don't succeed unless you succeed. I am half of Mindful Health Advantage; Dr. Roberts & I are here to help you heal, grow, and develop into the person you would like/want to be - to develop/construct a life you will be proud to have lived. We humans live in a very complex, stressful time in our history. It is often very difficult to know what to do, or how to heal. Know that there are ways to deal well with stress, loss, and changes in life. I have found that it is very important to develop positive relationships with yourself, family, other people, and ideally, the whole world, and universe.
Our Blue Heeler is happy to be part of the MHA team as a therapy dog. He has his Therapy Dog certification. He is very well mannered towards people, and enjoys working with adults and children who may want them a part of their therapy.
Mindful Health Advantage
12136 West Bayaud Avenue
Lakewood CO 80228 US
Minds transforming Lives
Dr. Reine Evereteze
One of my specialty areas is helping people to better manage chronic pain and to alleviate strong emotions like anxiety and depression often experienced when we are in pain. Another area of specialty involves working with people experiencing the stress of being treated unfairly in their day to day lives. For my entire adult life, I have been actively involved in the pursuit of equality for individuals who have been challenged by subtle or overt bias based on age, race, ethnicity, cultural background, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, identity, gender, or mental health challenges. In other areas, I offer my skill and expertise working with the distressing effects of PTSD, trauma, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, and other mental health concerns as well as relationship issues among couples and families. I also provide testing to assess for age-related cognitive decline.
Many problems arise from experiences associated with unexpected or overwhelming change and the strong emotions that accompany change. I am here to say you do not have to meet these problems alone. I thrive on actively collaborating with individuals to devise realistic strategies to overcome challenges, which prevent them from experiencing a more fulfilling and satisfying life.
My primary therapeutic approach using Cognitive Behavioral techniques and mindful awareness work well to help identify and eliminate negative thoughts and transform the energy of negative emotions into positive actions. Together, we will work to support your personal values that give meaning to being present in your life.
We provide therapy and evaluations for children, couples, families, and adults for the Denver area. With a team of psychologists, we are able to treat a range of difficulties and struggles. Please call us to determine how we can help. With over 40 years of experience and mindful use of research, we have the skills to help change lives. The standard fee is $145.00 per 50 minute session.