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West Littleton family care center

Family Care Center - West Littleton

13402 W. Coal Mine Avenue, Ste 110, Littleton, CO 80127

Phone: 303-248-7894

Fax: 303-648-4781

Behavioral Health Services for Jefferson County in West Littleton

Family Care Center West Littleton is located at 13402 W. Coal Mine Avenue, Ste 110, Littleton, CO 80127, near Dakota Ridge High School. 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 Littleton, Ken Caryl, and the surrounding areas with just that.

Meet the Providers

Meridith Shuman family care center
Meridith Shuman, LPC - Clinic Director

My philosophy is that the therapeutic relationship is the foundation for healing and psychological wellbeing. I believe in walking alongside clients on their journey and using my skills and the client’s strengths to help them achieve their goals and experience personal change. I truly enjoy facilitating clients to find their path to change and healing and am honored when I have the privilege to be part of the process.

Jennifer Osborne family care center
Dr. Jennifer Osborne, MD - Psychiatrist

My philosophy of care is patient-focused.  My role is not just to diagnose and treat, but to teach my patients and families about their condition.  I believe it is important to give my patients the tools they need to learn about their health and strive for wellness.   I also value the importance of interdisciplinary care in mental health.  I believe that the opportunity to collaborate with other disciplines and work as a team allows us all to provide the best care possible.

Skyler Dayton family care center
Skyler Dayton, Clinic Admin

Searching for help from healthcare providers can be one of the hardest steps to get started with treatment. Once you make that step, it is my job and goal to make sure you are supported and assisted with anything you may need during that time.

I can truly say that healthcare is my passion and helping others is my biggest goal. I enjoy patient interaction most importantly and ensuring that the flow and management of healthcare facilities are efficient and helpful.

Shannon Kelly family care center
Shannon Kelly - LPC, CAS

I believe that we all can grow and change and also need assistance and guidance at times to become unstuck from our current mindset and circumstances. I believe in the mind-body connection and how that connects to our mental health. I currently work with the needs of trauma, depression, anxiety, and addiction. I utilize a client-centered approach and will incorporate DBT, CBT and EMDR as it fits the needs of the individual.

Rebecca Matlock family care center
Rebecca L. Matlock, Ph.D. - Clinical Psychologist

I approach new clients with a blend of curiosity and empathy. I view all mental health problems through a lens of human development and as occurring within multiple systems (the family, school, work, etc.). I prefer to work in partnership with clients and/or their families to provide education, skills training, practice, and reinforcement of new ways of thinking and behavior that reduce distress and dysfunction.

Rachel Campo family care center
Rachel Campo, PA-C

Meeting with a healthcare provider is one of the first steps toward improving one’s mental health and wellbeing. I look forward to creating a relationship with my patients built on open communication and trust. Together, we will design optimal strategies, through medication management and therapy, to help you achieve your full potential and best quality of life.

Glenn Tyson family care center
Glenn Tyson, LPC

I strive to build a strong therapeutic bond with Clients, using humor to cope and heal, and listening to understand. I will help you rationally analyze specific life events and experiences to deconstruct thought processes that are not serving Clients well. My clients will have the opportunity to work to overcome both specific and generalized anxieties, such as Social Anxiety Disorder; uncertainty about the future; core beliefs, such as feelings of unworthiness or being unlovable; addiction struggles in any form; and relationship issues.

Rachel Michaud family care center
Rachel Michaud, PA

The most difficult part of receiving help, in my opinion, is showing up and asking for help. Therefore, I greatly honor and celebrate every individual who has the courage to step up, come to my office and ask for help. It is my passion and desire to guide you in your healing journey, however, I cannot do the healing for you. What I can provide you with are tools, resources and medications to aid in your process. It excites me to educate and empower my patients to be advocates for their health and their lives. I look forward to working with you.

Nicole Blanford family care center
Nichole Blanford, LCSW

I am honored and privileged to be able to walk with clients through life’s journey. I recognize what a huge step it is to reach out and accept guidance and support. I believe that everyone should have the ability to talk in a space that is safe and encouraging, and unbiased; a place where each client can be themselves, without reservation or worry of judgment. I strive to create that space for my clients. I believe that each of us is capable of getting through life’s challenges by prioritizing our mental health and well-being.

Sydney Soucek family care center
Sydney Soucek, LCSW

I believe in meeting people where they are and finding a middle ground between accepting our flaws and always trying to be the best people we can be.  I love to work with people and provide care and support from a nonjudgmental perspective.  We all have a journey and I have a passion for helping others fill their journey with meaning, purpose and becoming the best versions of themselves. 

Jennifer Grote family care center
Jennifer Grote, PhD - Clinical Psychologist

I am humbled by the opportunity to support patients on their unique journey toward wellness.  I blend empathy and humor to provide patients with a brave and nonjudgmental space to build insight, address challenges and take necessary steps to meet their goals.  Offering care that is affirming, culturally relevant, creative, and tailored to each patient’s needs is a high priority for me as a provider.  Thank you for taking this important step to seek therapy!

Aurora Clark family care center
Aurora Clark, Ed.S, MA, LPC, LMHC, NCC, ACS

There is an option to live mindfully, to live with insight into one’s thoughts, patterns, emotions and relationships, even as these can be complex and changing. If you would like to gain more insight, have more clarity and more skill to manage your stress, your life roles, your challenges and your life journey, the option to turn to reflection and clinical work can help identify some personal and invaluable insights that can improve your quality of life. 

Tamara Kane family care center
Tamara Kane, LCSW

You are so much more than your mistakes, struggles, or perceived failures. You deserve more than a therapy session focused on what’s “wrong” with you and what you need to change. You deserve a place where all the challenges you have overcome are appreciated and the problems you are facing are seen from a perspective of hope rather than fear. In addition to learning how to cope with your current struggles, You will find your talents, compassion, understanding, and kindness in a judgment-free environment where you can be yourself.

Marie Yarrington family care center
Marie Yarrington, LCSW

I use strengths-based and solution-focused therapeutic techniques, with an attachment-based lens. I strive to make the therapeutic experience feel open, safe, warm and inviting, where clients can show up and feel they are seen and heard, exactly as they are and meet them where they are.

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Tammy Reale, MA
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Jeannyne McMillen, MA
Rachel Hatch family care center
Rachel Hatch, PMHNP-BC

I feel that a patient-centered approach is best. It is important that I, the provider, as well as the patient
collaborate on a treatment plan that best suits the patient’s goals as well as decrease adverse symptoms.
Seeking help is the first step and I aim to provide a non-judgmental environment where the patient feels free to express themselves.

Sierra Martinez family care center
Sierra Martinez - TMS Technician
Catie Linehan family care center
Catie Linehan, Med Office Receptionist
Sara Lenzie, Med Office Receptionist