NICHOLAS D THOMPSON, LCSW
Nicholas is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, having earned a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of North Dakota. He has been working with youth and their families for over 10 years in a variety of settings including middle and high schools, private practice, residential treatment facilities, and detention centers. In addition, he has worked abroad with youth in Brazil and Costa Rica.
Nicholas facilitates trainings and gives presentations to parents, middle and high school students, and school staff. His past professional experience includes working for the St. Vrain Valley School District as a Mental Health Interventionist, and serving as lead parent facilitator for iTHRIVE, a substance abuse intervention program for teens.
He is passionate about assisting youth and their families to realize adolescence is a time of great opportunity and not just a phase to survive.
RYAN H DAWSON, LPC
With over 20 years of experience, Ryan is deeply committed to helping people and families seeking health, connection, and purpose. He offers a unique combination of passion for personal growth, humor, and discerning insight in his role of counselor. He meets each client with compassion and understanding, and then supports intelligent action toward greater meaning and authentic growth. Ryan also presents in the community on screen addiction and parenting support.
Ryan holds a masters in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from Naropa University. He has cultivated his eclectic approach through his experiences as high school teacher, undergraduate and graduate instructor and through the roles of camp counselor, high-school basketball coach, and fitness trainer.
Ryan’s other passion is co-creating a healthy, fun, connected family with his wife and two young children in Boulder, Colorado.
Megan Fruvellhoff, Lcsw
Megan is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who loves nothing more than connecting with people on an emotional level. For the past 8 years she has worked in the local school district providing mental health support to students, parents, and educators as they navigate the middle and high school years. Prior to this work, Megan worked in the domestic violence/sexual trauma field for 10 years. It was during this work she came to understand the amazing resilience of people and found her passion for working with teens.
Megan believes that each person has their own story to tell, and she works hard to provide a safe place for their words to be shared and solutions to be explored. She understands that seeking therapy can be extremely scary, and she works hard to help people feel comfortable and courageous in their experience with her.
Megan holds a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Nebraska. Although she loves her roots, she feels very fortunate to be in the land of mountains. With her husband and three children, Megan enjoys finding adventures in everything they do.