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Lone Tree Clinic

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Behavioral Health Services for Lone Tree, CO

The Family Care Center Lone Tree clinic is located at 10535 Park Meadows Blvd, Ste 200 Lone Tree, Colorado 80124.  

Our innovative, multidisciplinary team of clinicians at our Lone Tree clinic provides comprehensive, evidence-based care that yields lasting positive results for patients of all ages.

In addition to individual, couples and family therapy, as well as psychiatric services, we are leaders in transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), an innovative FDA-approved treatment for depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder and more.

Conditions Treated

At Family Care Center, we believe that individuals can heal from mental health issues, as long as they have the right support, and we’re proud to provide the residents of Parker and the surrounding areas with just that.

Appointments in days, not months

Taking the first step on your mental health journey is easier than you might think.

* Family Care Center is in-network with most major health insurance plans!

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Meet the Lone Tree Clinic Providers

Whitney Kearney, LPC, poses under a tree for her Lone Tree clinic headshot.

Whitney Kearney, LPC

Clinic Director
As an LPC, I utilize of combination of talk therapy, EMDR, and/or somatic (body-based) modalities to aid clients in finding healing. I specialize in working with adolescents and adults…
Read More I am a Kansas City native (go Chiefs!), but have lived in Denver for the past 7 years. I love spending time in the outdoors whether it be hiking, camping, skiing, or a park day with my partner and dog, Millie.
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Caitlin Brown, PA-C

Medical Supervisor, TMS Lead

I am proud of you for taking this step to improve your mental health and well-being. As your provider, I am here to listen to you and understand your goals.

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I encourage you to be an active participant in your treatment, and together, we can create an individualized treatment plan to include a combination of medications, therapy, and other interventions to address your specific needs.  

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Heather Holmes

My goal is for my sessions with you to be a collaboration in which we together define your goals, discuss your holistic treatment plan, and decide which options fit your needs best.
Read MoreI enjoy incorporating encouragement, self-compassion and self-love, and a bit of laughter into our sessions together. I see both adolescents (13+) and adults. I welcome all, but I especially enjoy working with young adults in times of transition (high school seniors, college students, and young adults entering their post-school lives), patients with OCD and/or social anxiety, and patients in the LGTBQIA+ community.
Andrew Worden

Andrew Worden

Clinic Administrator
There is nothing I enjoy more than being part of a team and organization that serves the community.
Read MoreOriginally a Minnesota native and having moved to Colorado in 2020, I quickly found my passion for clinical operations and healthcare management. There is nothing I enjoy more than being part of a team and organization that serves the community. There are many different pieces to a well-functioning clinic, and I am glad to be contributing with Family Care Center. I am currently obtaining my Masters of Healthcare Administration (MHA) and in my free time I love to hang out with friends, go to thrift stores, and try new restaurants and coffee shops!
Anat Geva, PsyD, LP, wears a red blouse in her clinic headshot.

Anat Geva


Although it takes time and effort to transform suffering into tolerable pain, in the process, there are opportunities for us to grow, strengthen and gain greater clarity as to who we are and how we’d like to move through our lives…

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In my work with patients, I am present with them through their dark times, help them rely on the strengths they already possess, point toward opportunities that they may not be seeing, and develop their innate gifts that might otherwise remain dormant.

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Cassandra Detwiler

TMS Technician

TMS is an incredible approach to continuing care in mental health. As a technician, I approach each patient with compassion and support as they progress toward their goals.

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Our intentions are to objectively listen and offer hope throughout your TMS journey. Each individual is important, and we work together to provide a safe environment that encourages growth and positivity. 

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Katherine Hollar


I believe humans are designed to grow, change, and be their best selves. Therapy allows individuals to self-reflect and a space to realize their potential in making changes in their lives.

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I believe in using a collaborative approach, meeting the client where they are at, and giving them the resources/tools/confidence to become their own hero, self-advocate, and determinant of their destiny in living the best possible life.

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Alexandra Papa


I love working with kids, teens and young adults on creating attainable goals, developing strategies and coping skills to work on and manage their anxiety, depression, and relationship issues.

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By teaching healthy, fun and creative coping skills by helping them overcome their challenges and find peace and balance. My goal is to hear your pain, trouble and hurt and help validate your feelings so together you can heal, learn from and move forward from your past experiences and have a wonderful future.

Paul Baesel, LPC, wears a blue and white checkered shirt for his clinic photo.

Paul Baesel


I believe emotions and their historical roots drive much of what a person experiences in their lives. Whether a person is out of touch with their emotions or feel like their emotions control their actions

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I believe it is important for a person to know and access their emotions in a balanced way. Whether you are dealing with anxiety, depression, PTSD, or any number of other mental health or relationship concerns, I am here to help!

Jeanndallen Bentley, Regional Medical Assistant Lead poses for her Lone Tree clinic photo.

Jeanndallen Bentley

Regional Medical Assistant Lead

I have been working in behavioral health for the last six years. I’m a qualified mental health associate and worked with patients with behavioral health and substance use disorders. 

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Patient care is my top priority. I’m happy to be a part of Family Care Center and work with an amazing team to ensure the best care for our patients. Outside of work, I was born and raised in Oregon and have always had a passion for camping, hiking, and being on the river! I moved to Colorado to continue my adventures in the mountains.

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Laura Schmitt


My specialty in rehab psych is all about helping people transform hardship and change into an opportunity to construct new life paths.

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Do you want a better quality of life but face insurmountable barriers? I employ various evidence-based psychological tools to help you identify personal goals, the barriers that challenge you in reaching those goals, and strategies and resources to overcome those barriers. I have particular expertise in working with stroke survivors and people living with spinal cord injury, brain injury, and chronic illnesses.

Ryan Sutton, MA, LMFT, poses for his Lone Tree clinic headshot.

Ryan Sutton


Human beings exist along a scale of relationships that define and guide us through life. 

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Whether we are talking about the relationship one has with one’s self, family members, friends, colleagues, ancestors, society and culture, and the natural world, just to name a few, we take definitions, meaning, and feedback from these relationships to create a sense of self and others. My goal is to provide an empathetic and nurturing therapeutic environment that allows for the safe exploration of the themes you would like to explore.

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Jill Sorensen


My passion as an LPC is working collaboratively with individuals and couples. I utilize a person-centered and strength-based approach to…

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understand that each individual has their own unique set of challenges and goals. My goal is to offer a safe and empowering environment for individuals to explore the root of the issue so they can find relief and clarity in a way that makes sense. I specialize in depression, anxiety, grief, addiction, trauma and relationship difficulties.

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Makayla Shaklee


I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who treats individual adults utilizing a holistic and eclectic approach tailored to your needs. I specialize in depression, anxiety, grief, and trauma.

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I believe that pain and disruption are inevitable in our lives; therefore, it is my privilege to support you as you engage in the brave task of transforming the pain in your life into something authentic and meaningful, within an accepting, and warm environment. I offer a safe and empowering presence in your discovery of growth and change.

Erika Fleith, MA, LPC, NCC, wears a blue top in her clinic photo.

Erika Fleith


It is important that my clients feel heard and understood when they are in session with me. I try and make the environment comfortable, calm and fun.

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It is important to me that my clients and I develop a strong relationship built on trust and empathy, so they feel they have a safe place for healing.  

Dixie Willis, MA, LPC, NCC, poses for her headshot at the Lone Tree clinic.

Dixie Willis


It takes courage to reach out to a counselor so I want to thank you for investing in your life. I welcome and work with adults from all cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations and gender identities who are feeling…

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alone, overwhelmed, misunderstood, in deep sadness, unsupported or looking for meaning and purpose in life and want to feel peace, in control, heard, seen, find meaning, support and know that you are not alone and can feel lighter. You are on your own unique path and I meet you where you are and offer a safe, supportive, non-judgmental space for you to be yourself and guide you on your healing journey.

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Brittany Whittington

Being at Family Care Center and back in behavioral health is an honor and I look forward to working with this amazing team!
Read More I have two handsome sons, 4 sisters and 5 brothers(we still drive our parents’ crazy daily). I come from a family of nurses my mom has her masters in nursing and she is the Director of Nursing at a nursing home in Lowry. My aunt is a mental health practitioner at a hospital here in CO and my cousin is in medical school in Missouri. I started working in behavioral health in 2014 at The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless Stout Street Health Center was there for 6 years and from there I went to Urgent Care at Concentra. I do plan on finishing my LPN program and becoming a psychiatric nurse.
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Ciel Ponce

Medical Office Receptionist
I’m excited to be a part of an amazing team to provide the best care for our clients.
Read MoreI was born and raised in Utah and relocated to Colorado to see what the other side of the mountains is like. I am most fulfilled when helping others. My goal is to provide a safe space for all clients to feel welcome and comfortable.

Most insurance plans accepted

We’re in-network with most health insurance plans and accept VA benefits, out-of-network and self-pay patients. Coverage varies by state.

Proven results with the power to transform lives

At Family Care Center, we believe in practicing compassionate, evidence-based mental health care and measuring the results.

Our results show that over 90% of patients show positive mental health outcomes with our comprehensive care model, significantly better than the national benchmark of 52%.

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*national benchmark 52%.