About

Our Therapists

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Chrissie Bingham, Intern

Not currently accepting new patients

I believe the connection between one’s mind, body, and spirit is essential. Within therapy, we work to recognize thought patterns and behaviors that trigger unwanted emotions or reactions from the outside world. Through this awareness, you will be empowered to choose a higher state of being. By drawing out your strengths you can create a peaceful reality for yourself as you move through life’s obstacles with grace. Within my practice, I utilize not only talk therapy but yoga, meditation, and creative expression to work through depression or anxiety. For many people, creativity cultivates a deeper understanding of the Self. By acting as a mirror I enable my clients to get to know every part of themselves, even the parts hidden under layers of fear, sadness, anger or shame. I am here to bear witness to your story as it unfolds, without judgment. My greatest joy as a counselor is to uncover the transcendent aspects of the human experience to make one’s reality more meaningful.
 

I am an intern at Restorative Health as I finish my final year of grad school at Adams State University. I am under the supervision of Bridget Kasmenn, owner of Restorative Health and you will therefore receive extra support when needed.

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Megan Pugh

Intake Coordinator

Megan is married with two kiddos, Amelia 8 and Isaac 6.  She is currently the PTO President at South Arbor Charter Academy which keeps me very active in my kid's school. She loves to sing, knit, needle felt and spend time with people.  She looks forward to talking with patients and make their transition into therapy as smooth and efficient as possible.