Meet The Team



Shane Wachlin is a skilled therapist who works effectively both as an individual therapist and a Marriage and Family Therapist. Beyond that, he holds a license as a Professional Coach and draws inspiration from his years in the United States Marine Corps, guiding wilderness expeditions for Outward Bound, and his extensive travels worldwide, including remote wilderness areas. Shane’s love for his work as a therapist goes beyond the ordinary – it’s a source of deep meaning that matches the richness of his global experiences. With a heart full of passion, Shane brings a unique and caring perspective to support his clients on their journey.


Shane earned his Masters in Family and Couples Therapy at Regis University in Denver. His experience with individuals has always been woven into his work with couples and family systems. He trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy which lends a powerful lens to individual therapy as well.  Shane found out quickly that he was skilled at working with not only individuals but also both couples and family systems, which is not something all therapists can do.

When Shane works with couples and families, he concentrates on creating successful connections. This helps them identify their desires and develop the skills necessary for lasting and healthy relationships. This results in individuals feeling loved, connected, and experiencing less anxiety and disappointment in their relationships.


Shane is first and foremost easy to talk to. He is a guy you could run into and chat with on the street. This makes his solid educational background and therapeutic skills all the more valuable. Shane is uniquely effective at keeping up with everyone in the room and he makes his deep listening feel easy for him and his client/s. 


Shane’s therapeutic style is humanistic, he believes in the innate drive and ability of humans to be well and pursue meaning and connection. His style is also informed by his background in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). EFT is an evidenced based, trauma informed therapy that is especially good at helping individuals and couples access and effectively share  their emotions and needs, forming secure, healthy relationships. 


Shane is very good at assisting individuals in gaining a clear understanding of their goals and guiding them on the path to achieving them. In the realm of relationships, he specializes in facilitating improved communication among partners and families, fostering an environment where honesty flows naturally. Shane’s approach empowers clients to identify and comprehend their own needs, leading to profound relief and satisfaction within themselves and their relationships.

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Jess Chambers BS, NLC


Jess has decades of experience helping children and families. She has always valued living out her values of supporting people in getting the most out of their lives including children, familes and adults. Jess has spent hundreds of hours with children specifically in counseling as well as other therapeutic roles. Jess knows kids. Jess’s understanding of the fundamental needs of children and families and the skills that support them not only allows her to be an asset to children but also to adults. Jess can support parents well because she is able to put to words the child’s experience that they themselves can not articulate but would act out in therapy. 

As a therapist who works with both young children and older children working through adolescence and young adulthood, Jess is especially insightful because her breadth of knowledge expands the entire arc of life development. Since we were all children at one time,  it can be especially helpful to parents or young adults working with Jess that she has a unique understanding of the whole person including how our childhood informs our adulthood and the skills that move stuck aspects of us effectively.


Children, adolescents, and families experiencing big feelings or expressing big behaviors as well with relationships challenges within the family or in outside relationships. Jess specifically works with ADD/ADHD as well. Some children or young adults ‘shut down’ when they experience big feelings, Jess is skilled at helping folks in this situation access their feelings and needs and support them to establish agency in their distress.

jESS’S Specialties

Jess has worked with children, families and young adults for many years. She has been immersed in studying child-centered play therapy. She has a breadth of working experience working in many types of support and therapeutic roles with children and families. Jess brings in a unique level of understanding, empathy, and compassion for people who are struggling with behaviors and symptoms driven by big emotions. Jess is skilled in treating a wide variety of challenges and behaviors that present in children and teens as well as in collaborating with parents and caregivers around treatment and skill building.

jESS'S Style

Jess’s primary approach is to help children and young adults increase their awareness of their bodies feelings and to build skills around what to do with different feelings so that they can tolerate more feelings and move through tough stuff. When we feel better, more calm or peaceful we are able to make other choices. Jess believes that we are innately able to move through anything in life with support and skills. When we are more aware of our feelings, body sensations, and overall experience we have more control and ease. We can increase our tolerance for distress, increase self-confidence, and decrease challenging behaviors and symptoms when we build awareness and skills in supportive environments.

Ila Zeeb

Ila (E-la) Zeeb MA LPCC


Ila (E-la) Anemone Zeeb’s international upbringing led her to persue a deep understanding of personal growth, trauma, how the body can support our healing, and within a multicultural perspective. She brings together a wide range of approaches validated by research. Modalities that focus on what each specific client needs. With a massive tool box of trainings, she is able to offer a lot of options and custom counseling experiences. In addition to her diverse post graduate training in psychotherapy, her education includes a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Naropa University and a certificate in Diversity and Inclusion from Cornell University.

Ila has supported individuals in various contexts, including higher education, for fifteen years. She integrates EMDR, ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), ERP (exposure and Response Prevention), CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), body psychotherapies, trauma theories, neuroscience, attachment, and cultural perspectives. Ila helps clients with anxiety, trauma, OCD, depression, stress, and personal growth as well a vast list of experience that occur with anxiety and depression.

Ila's Experience:

Ila started her career as an ayurvedic massage therapist in Europe, immigrated to the US, and supported students in higher education. As part of Ila’s experience as a psychotherapist, she led a support group for incarcerated persons, worked with survivors of domestic violence in crisis stabilization and substance abuse treatment programs, and supported clients struggling with trauma and OCD. Additionally, Ila has a breadth of experience with parents, and other adult men and women looking to find more ease and reduce stress or pain in their lives. Ila is also experienced and trained in LGBTQ+ counseling as well as equity and inclusion.

Ila's Counseling Style:

Ila prioritizes continued education so that she is able to offer the most cutting edge therapies to her clients. Ila brings curiosity and an open heart to each session. Ila creates a genuine and compassionate therapeutic relationship. This means she is easy to talk to, laugh with and capable of supporting effective and lasting change with people. Ila works with you to offer the specific therapies that would best support your goals and challenges. Ila brings twenty years of her own personal growth work and holds the therapeutic relationship with reverence, and she ultimately views her job as supporting clients in their thriving. Ila believes deeply in your ability to drive your own health and healing.

Ila Anemone Zeeb is a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate (LPCC.0017485) in the State of Colorado.

Ila’s Specialties:

EMDR, Anxiety,

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • Obsessive Compulsive Treatment Disorder
  • Treatment of OCD and Anxiety Disorders within EMDR Therapy
  • Treating OCPD
  • Integrating ERP and ACT
  • Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality
  • Somatic Trauma Therapy
  • Trauma Treatment
  • Neurobiology of Trauma Training
  • LGBTQ Competency Training
  • Polyvagal Therapy
  • Integrative Somatic Psychotherapy
  • Suicide Intervention Skills Training
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Inclusive Advocacy Training
  • Sexual Assault Response
  • Vicarious Trauma Training
  • QMap Certified

Lindsey Waters MA LPCC

Lindsey’s journey as a mental health counselor began after several years of being a preschool teacher. Building strong social-emotional foundations was prioritized in her classroom, and Lindsey translates these skills in therapy via supporting clients to build the skills to process challenging emotions and to “respond rather than react” to triggering stimuli. You will feel unconditionally supported, comforted, and soothed by Lindsey’s empathetic and validating approach to therapy. She also believes in modeling self-care on her days off, and her passions outside of counseling include mountain biking, skiing, and hiking with her two dogs.

Lindsey's Experience

Lindsey completed her Bachelor’s Degree at the University of Vermont, and she completed her Master’s Degree at the University of Denver with a specialization in addictions counseling. Lindsey has worked with individuals struggling with substance use, anxiety, depression, trauma, and mood disorders. She also has experience working with individuals in the LBGTQA+ community. Lindsey has experience working with a diverse population of clients and believes in cultivating an organic and genuine relationship with each client on a personal level while meeting them where they are in their journey.

Lindsey's Style

Lindsey provides personalized care that enables clients to feel heard and to feel comfortable communicating during sessions without fear of judgment. She has a person-centered and humanistic approach to therapy, which includes supporting clients to understand their attachment styles and how to establish healthy interpersonal relationships. Lindsey focuses on increasing clients’ sense of personal empowerment, self-worth, and self-efficacy via challenging their inner self-critic and negative “self-talk”. She supports clients in processing emotional blockages so they may reach their full potential.

Jeremy LEsser

Jeremy Lesser MC LPC

Clinical Supervisor

Jeremy has always been interested in how our minds and hearts work, how to authentically connect with others, and how to help those around him grow. From a young age, people felt comfortable opening up to him, and he found himself with a strong desire to help make the world a better place. He believes in the power of the human spirit, and truly enjoys seeing others succeed.

In his years of being a therapist, Jeremy has witnessed the profound changes that can occur in the lives of those who commit to their therapeutic experience and stay with the parts that feel like work. He believes that providing a collaborative and supportive environment is vital to helping clients reach their goals and become the people they want to be.

Jeremy also enjoys helping therapists in their professional and personal journeys. He offers skilled clinical supervision that is grounded in skills while appreciating the innately personal aspects that are essential to offering effective therapy. Jeremy works with both LPC’s and LPCC’s in clinical supervision in a group or one on one supervision.

Jeremy's Experience:

Jeremy initially wanted to help the world by pursuing a career in public policy, graduating from Emerson College in Boston, MA with a bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies, and then from New York University with a master’s degree in Media, Culture, and Communication. However, it soon became clear to him that he would be more fulfilled and better suited to helping people directly, and that connecting with others one on one was much more rewarding for his passions and skills.

Jeremy went back to school and graduated with a master’s degree in Counseling from Arizona State University, and then worked in a private practice setting in Phoenix, AZ. Jeremy has worked with a diverse range of clients from differing backgrounds, ages, and life experiences. Jeremy has also taught numerous university level courses on the topics of psychology and personal development. He is a licensed professional counselor by the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies.

Jeremy's Counseling Style:

Jeremy believes in an eclectic style of therapy that is customized for the client. He particularly enjoys providing therapy for people struggling with anxiety and those trying to discover their purpose in life, but is excited to work with anyone who is looking to grow.

He has extensive experience helping clients overcome anxiety and depression, process major life transitions, heal from past traumas, and create meaning and purpose in their lives. He helps clients co-construct a clear vision for the next stages of their self-development. He believes in flexible structure, often combining elements of evidenced-based therapies like CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), DBT (Dialectical Behavioral therapy), IFS (Internal family Systems), and ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) with more humanistic, person-centered, and existential approaches. All of the approaches mentioned work well with Jeremy’s underlying style of balancing things you can do as a client now to start feeling better, with longer term emotional skills and processing that will change the foundation of the experience and your brain over time.

Jeremy provides a therapeutic experience that will help you evolve, but will also allow you to laugh and feel comfortable to be yourself. While self-discovery can be challenging at times, he knows it’s important to feel comfortable and even laugh at times too.

Jenna Ross MSW LCSW


Jenna focuses on making conversations easy and yet powerful by meeting people where they are at. Jenna uses a person-centered, trauma-focused approach which means she is comfortable with big life experiences and believes in the inherent worth of each person.

Jenna’s expertise includes teens and young adult counseling as well as trauma survivors, EMDR, LGBTQI+, and addiction. Jenna provides a safe and comfortable space for individuals looking for therapy that works. Jenna can help you feel less depressed or anxious and feel happier. Jenna will help you better understand the strengths you may be missing in yourself.


Jenna received her master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Missouri. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker for the state of Colorado. Jenna completed a Bachelor of Science in Human and Behavioral Sciences degree from the University of Missouri.

Jenna received her training to practice EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy from the EMDR Center of the Rockies. Jenna is also trained in CBT (cognitive Behavioral Therapy), DBT (a mindfulness-based form of CBT), and mindfulness practices.

Jenna worked for years as a school-based therapist where she helped countless youth and families better navigate the complexities of coming of age, families’ struggles, identity formation, and day-to-day life. Jenna knows how to work with teens and include parents in the process so that the teen retains the privacy they need to make real gains for themselves.


With Jenna, you will feel comfortable immediately. She is warm and connecting in addition to being skilled at her work. She feels real and genuine from the moment you meet her in a way that imparts a sense of safety and connection without having to say anything.

Jenna helps people manage anxiety about the unknown while discovering more about themselves, including their values, goals, strengths, and passions. Through easy conversation and kind but accurate reflections and skill-building, Jenna will help you live with less anxiety, depression, and struggle. Together, you and Jenna will redefine what it means to be you.

Gennifer Morley, M.A. L.P.C.


Gen became a counselor after years of working in the medical profession. While applying to medical school, she realized that the aspect of medicine she most appreciated was supporting patients when they faced significant change and challenges in their lives.

With years of experience and research, Gen has created an approach to counseling that effectively combines evidenced based therapies with a down to earth approachability. Gen is well informed and easy to talk to. She frames therapeutic concepts in ways that make them meaningful and helpful to your personal experiences.

Gen's Experience

Gen received her master’s degree in transpersonal counseling psychology from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. She has a bachelor’s degree in human development and outdoor education from Prescott College in Arizona. Her extensive expertise includes EMDR training at Maiberger Institute in Boulder, CBT training at Noeticus Counseling Center in Denver as well as programs in art and sand play therapy at the Colorado Institute for Play Therapy.

She has more than two decades of professional experience working to support children and families. She has helped adults, children, couples and families to live lives with less struggle.

Gen is a licensed professional counselor by the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies.

As the director of North Boulder Counseling, Gen specializes in anxiety and major life transitions for adults & children.

Gen's Counseling Style

Gen’s counseling style focuses on establishing supportive connections with clients. In most sessions with Gen you will feel deeply, laugh often and challenge your ways of thinking. She has a clinical approach that helps clients become more aware of how they respond to their daily lives so that they are able make different choices and increase their tolerance for uncertainty. Specifically, Gen may employ CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), Gestalt Therapy, Play therapy with children and EMDR (Eye movement desensitization and reprogramming), all with a mindfulness and integrated perspective. Gen gives clients practical ways to address the issues compromising their wellbeing.

Carey Reynolds

Carey Reynolds BFA

Intake Specialist | Executive Assistant

Bringing to her skills as an Executive Assistant and Intake Specialist, Carey has diverse experience in administrative support, and excellent customer support to our practice.

Carey’s values focus around fostering personal connections, leading with compassion and curiosity and an unwavering dedication for supporting others.
Carey earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Carey has been a part of our community for over three decades, she knows Boulder and the Front Range and is able to support our team and our clients from that understanding.

Carey lives in the foothills with her husband and two feline family members. She loves to spend time with her family and friends, tending to her garden, exploring trails and photography.”