One of the distinctions of Aspen Christian Counseling is our emphasis on "team". When you work with one of our therapists, you receive the benefit of the combined expertise we bring to helping people find health and hope.
Michael Behmer MA, MFT, Founder and President
Aspen Counseling Group has been known internationally as a leader in treating trauma, grief and loss with individuals, couples, and family systems for more than a decade. Michael teaches a broad range of professionals, offering trainings and therapeutic model development. Michael specializes in relational functionality, private practice development, corporate intervention support, therapeutic group curriculum, residential treatment transitions, crisis management, applied neuroscience integration and sobriety support.
Danelle Rottner, MA, LPC, Clinical Director
Danelle received her Master's degree from Covenant Theological Seminary and is the Clinical Director and Lead Therapist for Aspen Christian Counseling. With a broad range of experience both within and external to the church, she approaches counseling from a holistic model in order to assist clients in achieving health and growth. Her areas of focus include fear and anxiety, adjustment and transition, pre-marital and marital counseling, depression, grief and loss, perinatal issues, abuse, family conflict, ministry burnout and church leadership. She also enjoys working with adolescents and young adults concerning identity, spirituality and relational issues.
Trey Stubbs, MA, LPCC
Trey received his Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary and is passionate about coming alongside people as they seek to find healing, satisfaction, and meaning in life. Trey comes from a ministry background as a youth pastor and camp counselor over the past 7 years. He approaches counseling from an integrated model, seeking to bring the truth of the gospel into cohesion with psychological concepts and theories, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. His areas of focus include anxiety, depression, men’s issues, marital counseling, and identity development. Trey is also a sought-after speaker at schools, camps, and staff trainings of over 300 people. He is a light-hearted, caring, fun-loving individual who enjoys playing sports or spending the day in the mountains.
Caitlin Gray, MA, LPCC
Caitlin received her Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The University of Northern Colorado in Greeley. As a therapist, Caitlin desires to create a safe space for people to speak about and delve deeply into their stories. In order to best understand and care for each unique individual, she uses an integrative theoretical approach to help others gain insight, realize strengths, and create meaning in their lives. Caitlin has a warm, empathetic, and relaxed approach to counseling and enjoys bringing humor and light into sessions. Her areas of focus include victims of trauma and violence, relational issues, grief and loss, depression, and anxiety.
Kelley Johns, MA, LPCC
Kelley received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a Masters degree from Colorado Christian University. With a passion for helping individuals flourish, Kelley has been a Young Life leader in the area for more than 6 years and particularly enjoys working with the adolescent population. She has experience with at-risk adolescents in residential and wilderness therapy environments. Kelley’s hope for teenagers, and all individuals, is for them to be confident in their identity, understand their story, and find purpose in life. In her free time, she enjoys spoiling her Labradoodle, reading leisure books, and outdoor adventures.