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Northglenn Family Care Center

Family Care Center - Northglenn

11990 Grant Street, Ste 101 Northglenn, CO  80233

Phone: 303-537-8152

Fax: 303-200-8416

Behavioral Health Services for Adams County in Northglenn

Family Care Center Northglenn is located at 11990 Grant Street, Ste 101 Northglenn, CO  80233. 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 Adams County and the surrounding areas with just that.

Meet the Providers

Candice Leimkuhler Family Care Center
Candice Leimkuhler, MS, LPC - Clinic Director

I was born and raised throughout the Midwest of the the United States. I moved to the beautiful state of Colorado in 2011 and enjoy staying active with family and friends in our beautiful landscape. I love engaging in athletic activities and balancing it out with calm, quiet times at home. I am soft-hearted when it comes to animals, and I love sci-fi/fantasy novels and movies.

I received my Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Master of Science in Counseling from Missouri State University. In my clinical practice I have served individuals across the life span and supported with life transitions, relationship conflict/challenges, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and traumatic experiences. I have substantial experience in leadership and effective group dynamics amongst peers.

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with a passion for supporting people in finding their way through challenging times. I use an integrative approach to therapy that honors the complexities of how our emotions, thoughts, and behaviors present in our lives. Through a combination of humanistic, cognitive, and behavioral approaches to treatment, I empower people to recognize their own wisdom and fortitude to create the change they wish to see. 

If you are researching psychotherapy or individual providers, that is a strong indication that your inner knowing has an awareness of the golden opportunity knocking at your door. Making the decision to start a therapeutic journey, whether brief in nature or more extended, is a courageous one. It means you are willing. Willing to talk, to explore, to challenge, to learn, to grow, to change, and to believe in yourself. As the saying goes, a journey of a thousand miles begins with one step, and that one step will always be the step you take in the present moment.

Kate Fantozzi family care center
Kate Fantozzi, Clinic Administrator

I received my Bachelor of Arts in Behavioral Science from Metropolitan State University of Denver in 2005. I thoroughly enjoy and take pride in my role as a Clinic Administrator – I love to support the employees and help the clinic run smoothly so we can focus on providing the very best in client care. Outside of work, my kids keep me very busy! Two of my favorite things to do is watch my son play baseball and attend my daughter’s choir concerts. During my free time, I enjoy reading, playing board games, traveling, and spending time with friends and family. 

Sarah Pettay Family Care Center
Sarah Pettay, LPC, LAC

No matter if you are dealing with depression, anxiety, life-transitions, self-confidence issues, or simply needing a little more support in your life my role is to work with you to achieve greater satisfaction in life.  My job as your therapist is to provide a safe, non-judgmental, and authentic place for you to explore your goals, overcome your barriers, and work through situations together. 

Sahar Sawaged Family Care Center
Sahar Sawaged, LPC

In the journey of life we experience valleys, mountain tops, and everything in between. We often have difficulty in expressing and understanding our personal struggles.. Therapy is a place to hold space for the unknown of your inner experiences and to provide support and guidance in the healing process. I have worked with severe trauma, anxiety, depression, suicide, personality disorders, etc. with my training in CBT and Somatic Processing, my goal for each client is to foster hope, provide underlying understanding of their experiences in the mind and body, and challenge negative self-talk.

Lacey Henry Family Care Center
Lacey Henry, Medical Assistant

I have been a Medical Assistant for 8 years. Being there for someone in the hardest time in their life is where my passion lies, whether that be physically, emotionally, or mentally. Helping people, and being there for them is where all of my professional and personal drive comes from. Family Care Center has given me the opportunity, and the privilege to walk alongside, and be there for you or your loved one, and I am grateful for that.

Nicole Williams Family Care Center
Nicole Williams, LCSW, MSW

I support individuals experiencing regret, shame, fears of abandonment, feelings of being broken or not being good enough, depression, anxiety, and trauma. I specialize in religious abuse and do a lot of work to help people process and navigate codependency, and conflict with family or peers. It is truly rewarding seeing my clients disrupt patterns that sustain unwanted thoughts and behaviors. Together we can start by clarifying what you would like to see yourself doing differently that would tell us that therapy is complete and has been successful.

Lisa Laws Family Care Center
Lisa Laws, LCSW

I see therapy as a chance to come alongside you and meet you right where you are to help you take the next step on your healing journey. Therapy is a collaborative process, so I love to check in often to make sure you feel like you are getting the support and help you need to reach your goals. I see it as an honor and privilege to hear more of your story and be able to enter into the things that can be harder to talk about. Reaching out to set up that first appointment can be the hardest, but know that you are brave, you matter and your story matters.

Jon Blauw Family Care Center
Dr. Jon Blauw, Ph. D.

As an experienced clinical psychologist I find that a tailored goal oriented focus, breaking problems into easily achievable small steps and using tools from many approaches can help clients get unstuck and move forward.

Also empathy and collaboration are key to my approach in working with clients. I work with people from all
backgrounds and am LGBTQI friendly.

Carol Oakleaf Family Care Center
Carol Oakleaf, PA

I have been a family practice PA for over 27 years. I have come to realize that emotional health is just as important as physical health. 

You are not your circumstances, or what has happened to you. What is important is how you respond to what has happened in your life. My hope is to help people become the best versions of themselves, and find joy in their lives. 

Christelle Cook Family Care Center
Christelle Cook, MA, LPC, LAC

I aim to be adaptive and creative in helping patients grow and succeed in their lives. I believe in establishing meaningful relationships and building trust with patients in order to create a supportive and safe environment to explore and process each person’s individual stories and life experiences and work toward each patient’s unique goals. I enjoy helping patients with a variety of presenting concerns including improving overall wellbeing,
managing depression and anxiety, improving relationships and adjusting to life circumstances.

Emily Wallen Family Care Center
Emily Wallen, LPC

Choosing to seek therapy requires courage. While there is no overnight fix, magic wand, or “happiness” pill,
working confidentially and closely with a therapist can facilitate remarkable improvements in your well-being. It can reduce distressing symptoms (along with medication, if needed) and even raise your typical baseline of functioning and the quality of your relationships. This is your journey and I am here provide guidance and support along the way.

Cassie McCormick family care center
Cassie McCormick, LMFT

As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I am trained and experienced in working with Children, Adolescents, Adults, Families, and Couples. My unique training means that I look at how systems affect your life and while you and I can’t always shift systems, we can shift how we think and approach them. My therapeutic approach is that we are a team working together to find the best way to heal you. I believe that you are the expert on your life, and I
can offer helpful perspective and tools for you to feel more confident in living the life that you want to live.

Keelan Chattan Family Care Center
Keelan Chattan, LCSW

I work very hard to create a nonjudgmental space in my office so that all of my clients can come in, share what they need, and feel comfortable knowing that there is no judgment. I like to tell clients that with my experience and outlook on life, there is likely nothing that someone could tell me that I haven’t heard before.

Ebony Villarreal family care center
Ebony Villarreal, PA-C

My intention as your healthcare provider is to get to know the real you, your background, your passions and motivations, your struggles and goals. I enjoy listening and have a non-judgmental approach. Together, we can create a tailored treatment plan to allow you to function at your utmost ability. 

RuthAnn Lester family care center
RuthAnn Lester, PsyD

I work very hard to create a nonjudgmental space in my office so that all of my clients can come in, share what they need, and feel comfortable knowing that there is no judgment. I like to tell clients that with my experience and outlook on life, there is likely nothing that someone could tell me that I haven’t heard before.

Cynthia Pancheco Family Care Center
Cynthia Pancheco, TMS Technician
Carley Hodges Family Care Center
Carly Hodges, Med Office Receptionist