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Janine M. D’Anniballe, Ph.D.

Director of Trauma Services and Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA)

I am a licensed psychologist and nationally recognized expert in sexual assault and traumatic stress, and treatment for survivors. I currently serve as the Director of Trauma Services at Mental Health Partners and Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA), the sexual assault resource center serving Boulder County, Colorado. In my free time I enjoy spending time with my animals, gardening, teaching yoga, and cheering for my favorite sports teams.

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Denise Bertrand-Lovato, LCSW

Clinical Supervisor and Therapist

I provide individual and family therapy, specializing in working with youth and families. I use a variety of therapy modalities, including developmental psychotherapy, EMDR, and cognitive-behavioral therapy, to help people move through trauma and enjoy life again. In my free time I love to bike, travel, spend time with family, and attend concerts and cultural events.

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Christine Jones, LCSW


I work primarily with adults with complex trauma and PTSD, focusing on helping clients develop an understanding of how trauma can impact both the brain and body. I recently completed the Veterans Behavioral Health Certificate. Helping empower people in their recovery is what makes this work meaningful to me. In my free time you can find me cooking, running, and playing outdoors with my dog, Echo.

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Lauren Dachman, MA, LPC

Bilingual Therapist (Spanish/English)

I help children and families through cognitive-behavioral therapy and traumainformed coaching. I am fluent in Spanish and enjoy using my language skills to help families connect, communicate, and break cycles of abuse. In my free time I enjoy being in the company of loved ones, spending time outdoors, and walking with my dog, Gus.


Alnora Sights, MA

Bilingual Therapist (Spanish/English)

I primarily work with teenagers and adults using integrative and strength-based approaches. I am from Guatemala and my bicultural background allows me to support the Hispanic and Latinx communities in their primary language. As the newest member of this team, my purpose is to empower clients through self-understanding and self-compassion. In my free time I enjoy going on walks, listening to podcasts, hiking, training at the gym, and trying new foods.


Michelle Chabino, MA, LPC, CAC II


I am a licensed professional counselor and certified addiction specialist. I provide individual, family and group therapy to adults and youth. I help clients struggling with anxiety, trauma, and depression. In therapy I utilize a wide variety of therapy methods including cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, acceptance commitment therapy, EMDR, and mindfulness. In my free time I enjoy spending time with my family and walking with my dog.

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Justine Feagles, MA, LPC


I provide individual therapy to primarily adults who have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Complex Trauma.  I believe everyone deserves access to therapy and to be treated with dignity when receiving care. My goal is to work collaboratively with each client to create a care plan that reflects their personal goals and moves them towards healing. In practice, I utilize a variety of methods which include somatic interventions, mindfulness techniques,  Emotional Freedom Techniques Tapping, Flash Technique, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy. In my free time I enjoy exploring with my dogs (Remi & Roe), reading, cooking, and being outdoors.

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Facility Dog, ADI Certified

I am the facility dog with Moving Beyond Trauma. I received my advanced training from Canine Companions for Independence and am expertly trained to work in a professional setting. I know over 40 commands that allow me to interact with clients and staff in a gentle and loving way. In my free time I enjoy long walks, being in my backyard chasing squirrels, and playing with my dog sister Roo and cat brother Yogi. Follow my work and play on my Instagram page: @fievelthefacilitydog

Our Staff is Dedicated to Making a Difference

For 55 years, Mental Health Partners (MHP) has been dedicated to providing high-quality mental health care and addiction recovery services in a supportive, welcoming and confidential environment. Everyone at MHP – the Board of Directors, Executive Team, licensed clinicians and support team members – work together towards a common vision of creating healthy minds, healthy lives and healthy communities. MHP accomplishes this through its core values of empathy, hope, healing environment, wellness, teamwork, partnership and excellence.

As a 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization, Mental Health Partners relies on community support to help us provide convenient, affordable and accessible mental health and addiction recovery services to individuals and families in Boulder and Broomfield counties. This support is appreciated and valued.


Providing Excellence in Trauma Treatment

Moving Beyond Trauma: Healing Mind, Body and Spirit is led by national experts in trauma and resilience, with connections to a network of experts at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN), and the University of Colorado. We offer:


Our guiding principles

As a place of healing, recovery and hope, we honor the connection between one’s mind and body. As a trustworthy and transparent partner in healing, we ensure the physical and emotional safety for clients. We create a collaborative environment with clients by supporting empowerment and choice. We acknowledge and honor clients’ unique cultural background and worldview.

A History of Hope

Moving Beyond Trauma: Healing Mind, Body and Spirit is proud to be part of Mental Health Partner’s network of care. In alignment with our mission – Healing is our purpose. Help is our promise. Health is our passion. – Mental Health Partners (MHP) provides immediate access to expert mental health and substance use care so people can enjoy healthy and fulfilling lives. For more information or to access services, call (303) 443-8500 or visit mhpcolorado.org.

For emergency assistance with a mental health crisis, please call 1 (844) 493-TALK (8255), text TALK to 38255 or go directly to our 24/7 Walk-In Center at 3180 Airport Rd., Boulder, CO.

We Offer

Highly trained clinicians
Therapists are trained in the most current and evidence-based trauma recovery treatments and adapt them to meet individual needs

Excellent care to achieve results
A data-informed approach ensures we improve individual’s overall well-being

Comprehensive services
Clients will have access to individual and group therapy services. If needed, psychiatry services, wellness activities, and care coordination are also available

Treatment Modalities Include

Alternatives for Families Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (AF-CBT)

Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

Seeking Safety Groups • Somatic Therapy

Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

Trauma-informed yoga, and other complementary treatments

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