Maggie Kelleher, Intern
Maggie is currently in her second year of the Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health
Counseling program at Colorado Christian University. She received her bachelor’s degree in Biological Science from Colorado State University.
Maggie focuses on helping clients work through cognitive distortions and negative thought patterns. She believes that every person deserves a chance to tell their story, to know that they are heard and that their story matters. She takes a holistic approach to counseling, considering the many physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional aspects of a person’s health. Maggie is excited to work with clients of all demographics and brings a considerable amount of life experience to the counseling field.
Maggie and her husband, Tim, have been married for sixteen years and have three children. They love spending time together riding bikes around Fort Collins, attending CSU football games, and camping, as well as just spending time at home. Maggie is currently working toward her licensure under the supervision of Chris Bassett, LMFT, here at Lighthouse Christian Counseling.
In an Emergency
As is the case with most outpatient therapists, your counselor is not available at all times. Lighthouse encourages clients to develop additional support systems and to have access to other individuals and/or agencies in case of emergencies. Listed below are local emergency telephone numbers should you need them:
Colorado Crisis Support: (970) 494-4200
Walk-in crisis center: 1217 Riverside Dr. Fort Collins, 80524
Crisis Assessment Center at Poudre Valley Hospital: (970) 495-7000
Call 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.