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Lowry Clinic at Family Care Center

Family Care Center - Lowry Clinic

63 N Quebec Street, Suite 201 Denver, CO 80230

Phone: 303-248-7897

Fax: 303-845-9622

Behavioral Health Services for Denver County in Lowry

Family Care Center’s Lowry Clinic is located at 63 N Quebec Street, Suite 201 Denver, CO 80230, in the Exchange at Lowry building. At our clinic, we provide comprehensive behavioral health services, including counseling, medication management, and more. We aim to provide a welcoming, compassionate, and safe environment for people from all walks of life. 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 Lowry and the surrounding areas with just that.

Meet the Lowry Clinic Providers

Tracy Connor-Riddick Family Care Center
Tracy Connor-Riddick, MPAS, PA-C - Clinic Director

My favorite saying is from the late Great Maya Angelou (who was also one of my professors at Wake Forest). I have learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.

To prospective clients: I applaud you for taking the first step. Because of your bravery, I will take the second step to hear and see you. We can then work together to make you the best version of yourself that you want to be.

Caitlin Kieltyka Family Care Center
Dr. Caitlin Kieltyka, MD

I believe treatment is a collaborative effort. When we decide on treatment, I will always offer options and explain the pros and cons of each treatment plan.  I will always take time to answer questions and explain the reasoning behind my recommendations. Education on the diagnosis and what to expect throughout treatment will also be an important component of our treatment.

Photo of a woman, Dr. Libby Erickson, in the Lowry Clinic of Denver, Colorado.
Dr. Libby Erickson, D.O.

I received my medical degree from Des Moines University and completed my psychiatry residency at the University of Chicago. My care is centered around children and adults, and I have a strong background in eating disorders and children. I enjoy partnering and collaborating with each patient, using my medical training, their knowledge of themselves and their life experience to strategize the right path to healing.

Paul Wozniak Family Care Center
Paul Wozniak, MS, LPC

Stigma and shame are common barriers to getting help. Throughout my career, I have seen and heard it all, and I’m here to listen to your story and help you move forward toward your goals. I believe in a nonjudgmental and strengths-based approach, as well as collaborative goal-setting.

Taneisha Jones Family Care Center
Taneisha Jones, Clinic Administrator

Family Care Center is a leader in comprehensive behavioral health services. We offer individual treatment for those dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, mood disorders and co-occurring substance use treatment. Our therapists also provide family therapy and marriage counseling, DBT, Child Play Therapy, TMS, Medication Management, and more!

Erin Leach Family Care Center
Erin Leach , LPC

Seeking support can be challenging, and I’m here to help you or your loved one navigate this difficult road. I am collaborative, curious, humorous, and direct in my approach. 

I believe that therapy is most beneficial when we work together, and I will support you in identifying and uncovering your strengths to help navigate life’s difficulties. I look forward to seeing if we are a good fit and helping you take this next step in investing in yourself.

Brandon Lee Family Care Center
Brandon Lee, MS, LMFT

I have over 17 years of professional work experience helping clients with a variety of presenting problems including: Relationship Issues, Family Conflict, Parenting Issues, Motivation, Self-Esteem and Finances. 

I work with clients in a safe environment where thoughts and feelings are shared openly and optimism is the norm. You taking the next step in your mental health is a sign of courage and honesty. I am here to support you in the process!

Hillary Sinn family care center
Hillary Sinn, LPC, R-DMT

Everyone is uniquely different and every therapeutic relationship is just as unique. Though asking for help can feel exposing and scary, it’s a singular act of hope and strength. As such, it’s both my job and privilege to sit alongside you and earn your trust in this process. Together we’ll start right where you are; and if you feel like I can help you, we’ll take it moment by moment, session by session.

Christopher White Family Care Center
Dr. Christopher White, Psychologist

My approach to therapy is respectful, nonjudgmental, individualized, and collaborative. Together, the client and I work in the short term to address symptoms that may be impacting their ability to function emotionally, interpersonally, cognitively, academically, and/or occupationally. 

I love doing therapy, but doing my best work requires a degree of self-care so in my free time I enjoy the outdoors, time with family and friends, the arts, and spending time with my dog, Buzz.

Nicole Pinna family care center
Nicole Pinna, LCSW

Come as you are. I foster a safe environment where people are free to discuss what’s on their minds without pretense or judgment. My work with clients is centered on acceptance and empowerment. My career, so far, has exposed me to a large spectrum of grief and loss, and the intimate ways it touches our lives for better or worse. I am incredibly passionate about honoring memories, creating new meaning, and helping you move forward in a way that supports your most authentic self.

Mary Botte Family Care Center
Mary Botte, LMFT

My job is to hear people at their most vulnerable and provide a safe, non-judgmental space for them. I know that talking about sex and relationships can be hard, so I create a safe space to explore and discover an important part of you! For individuals, this can mean coming to terms with shame or insecurity. For people in relationships, this can mean a better understanding of their partner.

Rachel Penne Family Care Center
Rachel Penne, LCSW

Everyone deserves a safe, objective space to process their emotions and experiences. I encourage seeking and allowing compassion for oneself, and appreciate you taking the first step in that process. My work is focused on creating a relationship in which feelings can be shared fluidly, where the space that we have created together fosters the communication and honesty that will be the foundation of the work that will follow. All are welcome, there is no judgement and no criticism. It’s an honor to support you on this journey.

Family Care Center Provider
Ashereann Charles, MA
Family Care Center Provider
Shakera Bryant
Madison Jones family care center
Madison Jones, PA-C

While my PA certification and training involved the eleven general specialties of medicine, I found that I am most
passionate about conditions that can’t necessarily be seen or diagnosed just by physical exam. Behavioral and
Mental Health conditions go way beyond the surface and are unique to each patient. I am someone
who loves to meet new people, hear their experiences, and get to know who they are as a person so that I may
tailor the most optimal treatment plan for each individual and their needs. I know how hard mental health
struggles can be, so I would like to walk alongside you through this process in hopes that your journey may feel
that much easier.

Family Care Center Provider
Matthew McNellan, Medical Office Receptionist