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    Meet Shaun Fischler, LPC, LAC, EMDR

    I graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in 2007 with a Master’s in Clinical Counseling. I have 14 years experience providing mental healthcare and over 20 years working in healthcare settings. In Colorado, I have been a Licensed Professional Counselor since 2010 (license number 5594) and a Licensed Addiction Counselor since 2014 (license number 503).

    I offer evidence-based treatment for processing emotions around infertility, relationships, anxiety, depression, desire for personal growth, and substance and behavioral addictions. I use treatments such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). I am a member of the American Counseling Association, Colorado Counseling Association, and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.

    From 2013 to 2021, I worked at the Mental Health Center of Denver as a mental health clinician on an outpatient adult team. I provided individual and group counseling, and completed intake assessments for clients engaging in mental health services. Additionally, I was a provider within the Medication Assisted Treatment Suboxone Program. I have facilitated groups for dual diagnosis and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. I provided supervision to staff who are attaining hours for licensure. In August, 2017, I completed an 80 hour EMDRIA-approved EMDR training. Additionally, over the last decade I obtained various training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy and Motivational Interviewing interventions.

    From 2008, until 2013 worked for the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless as a Clinical Case Manager with the Project to Assist in the Transition from Homelessness Program. I provided case management and therapy services to individuals with major mental illnesses.

    Additionally, from 2008 to 2012, I served on various positions on the Governing Council of the Colorado Counseling Association. My last role on this board was co-chair of the two day annual conference, which was held in March, 2012; this successful conference had over 200 attendees and aided in the financial stability of the organization. I have also been a co-presenter at the Colorado Counseling Association on homelessness and mental health.**

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