Jamee Leichtle

Jamee Leichtle, MA, APCC

Registered Associate Professional Clinical Counselor APCC 7838
Supervised by Dr. Thomas Lucking, PhD, LMFT 97696

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Education for Jamee Leichtle

  • BA. in Counseling from Regis University, Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions
  • MA. in Psychology, minor in Philosophy from Metropolitan State University of Denver


  • Co-occurring Disorders Therapist at The Camp Recovery (2022) Individual and group therapy to clients with co-occurring disorders in a residential drug and alcohol treatment.
  • Group Practice Therapist at Family Therapy Center of Silicon Valley (2020-2021) Provided individual therapy, family therapy and parent support to children, adolescents and adults.
  • Mental Health Clinician at New Life Community Services – Provided individual and group therapy to clients in a residential drug and alcohol treatment facility. Facilitated crisis counseling to the milieu as needed, taught a DBT skills class, a Relapse Prevention class and an Anger Management class (2020-2021)
  • Group Co-Facilitator at WINGS Foundation – Facilitated a trauma-informed writing support group, and an LGBTQ support group for adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse (2018-2020)
  • Clinical Counselor at Tessa of Colorado Springs – Provided individual and group therapy to survivors (children, adolescents and adults) of domestic violence and sexual assault. (2018-2019)
  • Certified Confidential Victim Advocate at Tessa of Colorado Springs for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. Services include a confidential safehouse, a 24-hour crisis safe line, advocacy, education and community outreach (2018-2019)
  • Group Facilitator at Colorado Springs Rescue Mission for women experiencing homelessness, mental health concerns, substance abuse and have suffered traumatic events (2018 – 2019)
  • Mental Health Specialist at Third Way Center – Provided milieu counseling to at-risk youth in a residential setting (2015-2019)
  • Research Intern at STAR Center/ Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation – Assisted clinical team with occupational therapy sessions, literature review, and scoring inventories used for assessing children with Sensory Processing Disorders (2014-2015)


    • Trauma
    • Grief and loss (complicated grief, traumatic loss, loss by death, job loss, relationship loss)
    • Life Transitions (personal growth, identity crisis, meaning making)
    • Effective Communication
    • Stress Management
    • Autism
    • Anxiety
    • Depression
    • Co-Occurring Disorders
    • Substance Abuse

    Clients: Children, adolescents, adults, families, parents, groups

    Modalities: Trauma-informed, Person-centered, Strength-based, CBT, DBT, Existential, Motivational Interviewing

    Annie is a member of Therapy InMotion