Stephanie Hill, MA, LPC
Stephanie received her Masters in Counseling from Colorado Christian University in 2006. Her clinical experience includes a specialization in eating disorders, trauma and crisis response, with a particular interest in dissociation and attachment theory. She has specialized in the treatment of eating disorders since 2010, after 4 years of specializing in the treatment of trauma and dissociation. Stephanie was trained in EMDR in 2007, and uses it regularly to assist clients find freedom from their past through changing their self-perception. Having run an Intensive Outpatient Program for 5 years, she has experience in facilitating multiple styles of group therapy, including experiential groups, psycho-educational groups, DBT, process, and support groups. Stephanie has also provided community trainings to a variety of professional audiences throughout her career, with topics ranging from Crisis response, Domestic Violence, Sexual assault response, Eating disorders education and prevention, Body Image, and trauma. Stephanie is passionate about educating and empowering suffering people to live in their potential and build an authentic and connected life unhindered by the chains of the past. In her spare time, Stephanie enjoys sitting around the fire pit with her nieces and nephews, hiking fourteeners, pretending she is a world traveler (favorite trips were to Germany and Italy!), and laughing with friends.