Counseling at Westminster Campus

Mental Health Counseling

To request an intake appointment, please fill out our Self-Referral Form and a counselor will be in touch with you shortly. 

If you need immediate services please call the 24-hour crisis hotline at 844-493-8255 or go to the nearest emergency room or urgent care center. 

You can also email us at wc-counseling@frontrange.edu for general inquiries. 


Who We Are:

Kezia Fisher

She / Her / Hers

Kezia Fisher

Counselor

Kezia.Fisher@frontrange.edu

I believe in a world where everyone is not only included but valued and appreciated for who they are as they are. I want to support our culture’s progress toward systemic equity by helping you manifest your vision for a better world. 

If you’re overwhelmed, stressed, anxious, confused, sad, or feeling anything that is stopping you being the most authentic, peaceful version of yourself, I am here to help. Together, we can gain greater insight about the origins and triggers of your unhelpful thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. We can learn adaptive skills and strategies to manage those symptoms. We can begin to make meaning from your experiences while building a greater sense of hope and purpose for your future. 

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 15 years of experience working with youth and adults recovering from trauma and mental health symptoms. I have bachelors’ degrees from The University of Texas at Austin in Philosophy and German and a master’s degree from The University of Chicago in Clinical Social Work. 

Trauma-informed, person-centered, collaborative therapy that draws from psychodynamic, CBT, DBT and other third wave behavioral modalities is my specialty. I love incorporating creative expression, movement, and mindfulness into therapy. And I love silently sharing the interpersonal intersubjective space while sitting still with a client.

Please fill out a self-referral on this site if you need support. You deserve clarity and peace, so LET’S TALK.


Lacy Szabo-Pruyne

She / Her / Hers

Lacy Szabo-Pruyne 

Counselor

Lacy.Szabo-Pruyne@frontrange.edu

My name is Lacy Szabo-Pruyne and I am a Marriage and Family Therapist Candidate.  I have been in the mental health field since 2015. My goal is to help you live a happier, more fulfilling and productive life. I believe you are the expert on your own life and experiences. As your therapist my job is to help guide you to those insights that will enable you to reach your goals. I work with children, adolescents, and young adults and I base my therapy method to what is going to make you most successful whether that be Solution-Focused Based Therapy, Play Therapy, Bowen Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, or Strategic Therapy. I have experience working with struggles like depression, anxiety, trauma, family and relationship issues, boundary issues, and everyday stressors. 


Jessie Jennett

She / Her / They / Them

Jessie Jennett 

Case Manager 

Jessie.Jennett@frontrange.edu

I have attended and served as a peer resource at the University of Denver and the Metropolitan State University of Denver. While obtaining my interdisciplinary Bachelor's degree in Global Development & Public Policy, I advocated with my peers for the investment in mental health staff in the K-12 system, primarily in Denver and Jeffco. After great success in getting a mental health counselor pilot program funded in Denver Public Schools, I am eager to serve Front Range Community College students with resources and support to survive through school and thrive. I am a first-generation college student and a member of Theta Nu Xi Multicultural Sorority, Inc. I am eager to connect with you and help you navigate the resources that are available to you on the institutional, local, state, and national levels. 


Nicole Silva

She / Her / Hers / Ella

Nicole Martinez

Administrative Assistant

Nicole.Martinez@frontrange.edu

I am an experienced legal professional with a demonstrated history of working in Government Administration, Human Services, and Case management. I have an Associate’s degree in Applied Science focused on Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration from Parks College. 

I partner with the community and various agencies to help spread awareness of Disabilities; both physical and invisible. I have a disabled daughter who has special needs, is autistic, and also has ADHD. My passion is helping as many individuals with Disabilities and special needs; especially anxiety and depression.