Maggie Kelleher, LPCC

Maggie is a 39 year old female.

Maggie is a graduate 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, frequently utilizing interventions from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to do so. She believes that every person deserves a chance to tell their story, to know that they are heard and that their story matters. She likes to take a holistic approach to counseling, considering the many physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional aspects of a person’s health. Maggie enjoys working with clients of all demographics, and has experience in many different areas, including anxiety, depression, women’s issues, teen and pre-teen issues, as well as premarital and marriage counseling. She brings a considerable amount of life experience to the counseling field.

Maggie and her husband, Tim, have been married for eighteen 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.