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Pathfinders Counselors

All our counselors and social workers hold degrees with additional training in cancer and life-threatening illnesses, palliative and end-of-life counseling, grief and loss, and The Seven Pillars™ coping curriculum.

Robyn Hubbard, DMin

    Robyn holds a Doctor of Ministry degree in Wisdom Spirituality and is a Certified Compassionate Care Bereavement Counselor. Her work offers a spiritual context in counseling specializing in grief and loss, end of life transitions, dream work, and body-centered awareness. She is passionate about working with all ages — children through elders — which includes individual, group, school, spiritual institution, community-based rituals, workshop and retreat settings. She currently offers in person as well as virtual sessions. 

    Robyn has lived in the Roaring Fork Valley intermittently for about 30 years. and loves spending time with her two daughters and all things in nature, especially among the trees!


Jennifer Glynn, LCSW

    Jennifer holds a degree in Social Work and is finishing her dissertation for a PhD in psychology.  A Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Clinically Certified Forensic Counselor, she specializes in working with families, couples, and individuals in crisis.

    Jennifer practices all over Western Garfield County, teaches psychology and sociology courses at Colorado Mountain College and  still finds time to enjoy her life of skiing, camping and everything else Colorado has to offer with her husband, three children and trio of cats.

Laura Irmen, LMFT

   Laura is a licensed Marriage and Family therapist, specializing in children and adolescents. After providing therapy for  kids and families at Children’s Hospital in San Diego, she gained experience in addressing issues of anxiety, depression, trauma, crisis response and grieving a significant loss. A former school counselor, Laura is passionate about mental health awareness and advocacy in schools and communities.

   Laura works in private practice in the Roaring Fork Valley and also coordinates the Pathfinders school-based program. She enjoys everything Colorado has to offer from hiking with her dog, Farley, to skiing with family and friends.

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Jessie Huffman, LSW

   Jessie holds a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Santa Clara University and a Master’s degree in social work from the university of Denver. She is a Licensed Social Worker with a concentration in family systems. After gaining extensive experience as a Denver based mental health clinician in group practice, she returned to her hometown in the Roaring Fork Valley to become a part of the Pathfinders team.   

   Jessie enjoys the outdoors, skiing, hiking, and cooking for friends and family.

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Melissa Seigle, LPC

   Missy is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Bereavement Counselor. Her experience includes work across many settings including schools, community mental health, crisis teams, and private practice. She specializes in grief and loss and works with children, adolescents, and adults. As a former school counselor, Missy coordinates and writes curriculum for Pathfinders School Based Programming.

   A Roaring Fork Valley native, in her free time, you can find Missy on the hill (hiking or skiing!), curled up with a great book, and spending time with family, friends and beloved dog, Denali.


Sean Jeung

   Sean has lived in the valley since 1987. She is a Hospice, hospital and Palliative Care certified chaplain. She has worked with Pathfinders since 2015.

   She lives in No Name with her husband Greg and their dogs.
   Sean specializes in deep grief, end of life conversations and group work.

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Susan Graves, LPC, MFT

   Susan holds a Master’s Degree in Family, Couples, and Adolescent Counseling, and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. In her private practice, Maroon Bells Counseling, she works with families, couples, and individuals. She is certified in CBT, EMDR, Family systems, Trauma-focused therapies, Gottman Method, Solution-Focused Therapy, and more. Previously, she worked in community mental health in Boulder County. She uses a supportive, strengths-based approach to help people cope with grief and loss, depression, anxiety, trauma, and life transitions, 

   Outside the office she enjoys time with her family, friends, and dogs, uphill skiing, whitewater rafting, SUPing, cycling, watercolor painting, and exploring Colorado and the world.

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Sheri Gaynor, LCSW

   Sheri is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Registered Expressive Arts Therapist, and Eponaquest Equine Psychotherapist. She has been providing experiential, evidence-based therapies for 30-years. She has a private practice working with individuals, and offering workshops and private immersions in the Roaring Fork Valley. Her speciality is collaborating with organizations, to bring the healing power of experiential modalities to their clients.

   In her free time, you'll find Sheri enjoying the many gifts of nature with friends and her American Paint horse, DreamWeaver Sunday. 

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Delfina Huergo, LPC

   Delfina is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Master’s in Psychology and Science from the University of Buenos Aires. Before opening her private practice, she worked with Mind Springs Health providing bilingual services to children, adolescents and adults, in both individual and Family Therapy. Delfina has experience working with trauma and abuse, domestic violence, dual diagnosis, adjustment disorders, cultural matters, and related issues using a combination of psycho-analytical, experiential, client-centered, (trauma-focused) cognitive behavioral therapies, and mindfulness strategies in English, Spanish and Portuguese.

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Amanda Peterson

    Amanda received her Masters of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health after 20 years in elementary education. She specializes in working with kids and adolescents and loves working with adults—especially teachers. As a Certified Child & Adolescent Grief Counseling Specialist, she has a passion for helping those struggling with grief and loss. She also has a private practice and is program director of the non-profit, FocusedKids.
  Amanda has lived in the Roaring Fork Valley for 20 years and is dedicated to supporting those in our community. When not helping others, she loves trail running, hiking, snowboarding, paddleboarding, yoga, and spending time with her husband and two children.

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Amelia Dotzenrod

    Amelia is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has worked in schools, on crisis teams, and most recently, in private practice. She works with adolescents, young adults, families, and groups to address a variety of concerns including: trauma, attachment, stress and anxiety, depression, grief and loss, school refusal, confidence building, traumatic injury, and relationship challenges. Much of her career has been in schools, and she believes they can be an incredible system of support. She is thrilled to be working on the Pathfinders school team to continue to grow that supportive network for children and families.

    Amelia loves everything about Colorado and spends her free time climbing, skiing, or hiking (usually with her dog, Roo).


Kate Andraschko

    Kate received her Bachelors in Social Work from The Ohio State University and her Masters in Social Work from the University of Denver. She has been working in the mental health field since 2016 in a variety of settings, including wilderness therapy, school-based work, and integrative care. Kate takes a holistic approach and believes in personalizing the therapeutic experience to fit the needs of each individual client.
  In addition to grief counseling, Kate also leads community yoga events through Pathfinders.  She has her 500-hour yoga teaching certification and has been teaching since 2018.
  In her free time, you can find Kate creating art or exploring the rivers, mountains and trees.

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