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I'm Amy Moulton (she/her), I'm a Clinical Mental Health Graduate Student Intern offering affordable counseling services to Her Time Therapy Clients under the supervision of Meagan Clark, MA LPC NCC BC-TMH and Adams State University professors. 

I'm becoming a therapist because I know there are times in every person’s life when you need someone safe to listen with compassion, accept and respect you as you are, and help you recognize your strengths. Whether you are going through a painful time or looking for support as you search for or start down a new path, I am here to walk with you as a fellow traveler on your journey. 

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(720) 722-1652


My Approach to Therapy:

My approach to therapy is to meet you where you are with acceptance and empathy so we can build a trusting relationship that allows you to safely explore your experiences and goals. By listening and giving you the tools to cope, heal, and grow, I empower you to move toward a life of balance and possibilities. 

As a clinical mental health graduate student intern, I am actively learning and practicing the latest interventions in various therapeutic modalities and work under closer supervision of a fully licensed counselor. I'm able to offer each of my clients with unconditional acceptance, empathy, and a listening ear that puts you and your goals at the center of our time together. 

My Ideal Client: 

I help women navigate the stresses, anxiety, and identity issues that can come with big life transitions like divorce, the search for a new career, or empty nest syndrome. I understand that these are the times when you really need someone who feels safe to share your deepest worries, respect you as you are, and help you recognize your strengths.

Whether you are going through a painful time or looking for support as you search for or start down a new path, I am here to walk with you as a fellow traveler on your journey. I believe that hope and change are possible even in the darkest seasons of life. Together we can find ways to help you feel more in control of your mental wellness and your life.

The Concerns I Can Help You Overcome:

Life Transitions

I recognize that life is full of transitions, some welcomed and some not so welcomed. If you find yourself wanting an objective partner to navigate changes in life with confidence and grace you're in the right place. I offer counseling services designed to support you through challenging life events, such as divorce, career change, and an empty nest. I offer a compassionate and personalized approach to help you process the complex emotions that come with each new phase of life and learn to cope with change. 

My Story: 

I was struggling with crippling anxiety and depression when I reached out in vulnerability, fear, and the smallest bit of hope to a mental health counselor. I had been on medication for years, and while it helped significantly sometimes, there were other times when I felt myself being pulled under by the weight of life, expectations, and hopelessness. On top of that, my father had recently died of cancer, and I was struggling with processing my grief. The therapist met me with compassion and total acceptance, and together we got through that time, uncovering valuable, life-changing insights as we went. In learning to love and trust myself, I was able to make much-needed changes to go from surviving to thriving. I was also empowered with tools that I still use to cope with daily challenges and better listen to myself and what I need. 

One of those powerful insights was that I could use my life-long interest in psychology and passion for serving others as a mental health counselor. I am currently a graduate student and a Therapist in Training under the supervision of Julie Noyes MA LPC NCC of Her Time Therapy. I am thrilled to be a part of a practice that supports women and understands the complexities we all face in our relationships with family and as we navigate cultural and societal expectations. I’m looking forward to meeting you and learning how I can best support you on the road you’re walking.

Fun Fact! 

I used to be a library director

Education & Professional Training


Master of Arts, Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Adams State University 


Bachelor of Arts: Journalism

Minor: Psychology

Eastern Illinois University 

Professional Memberships 

American Counseling Association
Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development​

Books I Recommend:

Coming soon!

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