MEET THE TEAM!
HILLARY SUNDERLAND, LCSW, LAC, EMDR
Hillary is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Addiction Counselor, Certified EMDR Therapist & Approved Consultant who has worked in the field for over 20 years. Hillary provides LCSW, LAC and LPC supervision to other professionals working towards licensure, as well as EMDR consultation to other psychotherapists working towards EMDR basic training and certification. In Hillary’s clinical practice, she works with many behavioral health issues but has particular focus in working with complex trauma, dissociative disorders, chronic pain and the intersection between trauma and addiction. Hillary uses methods consistent with EMDR, Internal Family Systems (IFS) or parts’ work, CBT, DBT, mindfulness and other interventions based on one's unique set of issues. Hillary is originally from New England but has lived out West for nearly two decades to enjoy skiing, biking, fishing, hiking, camping and anything outdoors. Hillary lives with her family in Summit County, Colorado.
STEFANIE KREMER, LCSW
I believe that everyone has a story. I have a curiosity and a passion for getting to know people and their stories. When I was in undergraduate school, I studied journalism and photojournalism with the intention of empowering people and communities through visual and written storytelling. Eventually, that work inspired my decision to get my Master of Social Work (MSW) at the University of Denver and later blossomed into what I love doing today --- working with people in therapy.
As your therapist, my goal is to non-judgmentally listen to you and use therapeutic tools and modalities to support you in exploring or re-framing your narrative. Together, we can identify patterns and behaviors that are not working for you and imagine and work on skills to bring about change and your more perfected story.
I have been a Mental Health Navigator for more than two years and I am passionate about working in our beautiful and resilient mountain community. I completed a 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) program with the goal of bringing yoga to people and communities that typically do not have access to yoga and learning more about the mind body connection, mindfulness practices, and how to incorporate these important things into therapy. I believe that therapy is not a “one-size” fits all and I promise to get curious and creative about what works for you.
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and in the process of obtaining my Licensed in Addiction Counseling (LAC) .I am interested in working with people with trauma, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, life transitions, and addiction.
CASE DONOHOE, LCSW, LAC
Congratulations on seeking out support for yourself or your loved one.
Taking the step to engage in therapeutic services can often be the scariest, yet bravest
thing a human can do. I believe that therapy is a mutual and cohesive journey; with the
client in charge of their pathway. Because no two humans are alike, no two treatment
pathways will be alike either. I am well-versed in meeting people where they are at,
listening with a non-judgemental ear, providing unconditional positive regard, and
creating a safe space for healing and processing.
I enjoy working with teens and adults who are struggling with any range of life stressors;
both internally and externally. As a licensed social worker, I am trained in a variety of
modalities and specialties and I have an extreme passion for helping my community. I
have finished up a licensure in addiction counseling, and very much enjoy
working with folks looking to re-evaluate their relationship with susbtances. I have lived
in Breckenridge for 12 years and in my “free time” I enjoy skiing, snowboarding,
attending concerts, biking, hiking and hanging out with my favorite 4 legged friends –
Piper and Ripple!
I look forward to having the opportunity to get to know you and helping you navigate life,
establish goals and establish a therapeutic relationship. Feel free to text/call/email if you
are interested in starting services!
SARAH TOFFERI, CAS, MA CANDIDATE
Bio coming soon....
MARISSA LAMPE, BA, MSW CANDIDATE
Hello! I like to support all clients with their unique behavioral health challenges, with a particular emphasis on working with adults and teens who experience (or have experienced) domestic and sexual violence, abuse, trauma, depression, anxiety, life transitions, grief, and addiction.
I am pursuing my Master’s in Clinical Social work (MSW) degree and intend to graduate in June 2023. I plan to eventually obtain my Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) because I feel passionate about mental health and work to empower individuals in meeting their personal needs and goals.
Before moving to Denver for school in January 2022, I lived in Telluride, CO, for six years and worked as a victim’s advocate for the region’s crisis center. I have a strong appreciation for mountain towns, and I love all that the mountains have to offer: snowboarding, hiking, rock climbing, camping, and more! In my previous role as a victim’s advocate, I provided support for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault and their families. Through this role, I was allowed to work across the spectrum, from prevention and education to advocacy and case management to crisis interventions and safety planning.
I’ve witnessed a vast array of responses people have to trauma and recognize the importance of building trust and rapport with clients. I work with each client where they are at and use a strengths-and assets-based approach while collaboratively co-creating an environment where people feel heard, respected, validated, and empowered as experts of their own lived experiences.
I’ve been an intern for Summit Psychotherapy since March 2022, and I hope to continue working with this beautiful organization. I also intern at Hope Farms Project, a psychotherapy farm in Elizabeth, CO as I work towards my Human-Animals-Environment Interactions in Social Work Certificate,