Meet The Team
Allison McCue-Napoli, LCSW
Allison (she/her) enjoys working with kids, pre-teens/teens and adults. Navigating life can be hard. There are a lot of factors to deal with: identity, self-esteem, anger, anxiety, depression and past traumatic events. She has helped her clients be able to see their worth and value, understand their emotions and feelings, manage their behaviors and make better choices.
Allison attended Saint Mary's College in Indiana for her undergraduate degrees. She decided to return to school and obtained her Masters in Social Work from the University of New England. She currently is pursuing her PhD in Trauma Counseling. Allison is trained in EMDR and is a Child and Family Investigator (CFI).
Contact Allison directly at 269-903-9199 or
Raegan Grant, MA, LPCC
Raegan (she/they) is a trauma-informed psychotherapist who works with youth and young adults struggling to navigate anxiety, depression, and relationships with themselves and others. Raegan received their Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Naropa University and their bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience from the University of Colorado Boulder.
Taking a collaborative approach to therapy, Raegan nonjudgmentally guides her clients as they learn to effectively manage their mental health, build meaningful and boundaried relationships, find support from the community, and have fun and enjoy daily life. Clients of all genders, sexual orientations, and relationship configurations are welcome.
If you would like to schedule, please call 720-996-1340 or
email me at Raegan@newfoundationcounseling.com
Sara Sica, MSW, LSW
Sara (She/ Her/ Hers) is passionate about working with kids, teens and adults struggling with life’s difficulties, including abuse, homelessness, trauma, addiction, anxiety, depression, and relationship issues.
Sara is a client-focused, values, strengths-based and trauma-focused clinician, who helps her clients restore their sense of self, increase their self-esteem, and obtain the goals that they set for themselves.
Sara earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Denver, and her Bachelor’s Degree studying Human Development and Family Studies at the University of Rhode Island.
Clients of all walks of life are welcome to call,
text, or email Sara to schedule a session!
Arvada and Lakewood Office
Laura (she/her) works to empower individuals as they find their way through life's challenges. Laura strives to create a space that is accepting, nonjudgmental, and authentic where individuals feel open to sharing the pain, confusion and frustrations they are facing. Laura has experience working with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, grief and loss, substance use, domestic violence, life transitions and trauma.
Laura loves living in Colorado and received all of her education from universities here. Laura acquired her Master of Arts in Counseling degree from Regis University, and before that obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from Colorado State University. Laura will work with you to navigate the obstacles in your life by utilizing trauma-informed care, person-centered therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), and Jungian analysis.
Contact Laura today at 720-772-9720
Ashley Jones, MA, AMFT, LPCC
Ashley (she/her/hers) has worked in the mental health field since 2008. Ashley is passionate about helping both adolescents and adults navigate the challenges one faces in their daily lives. Ashley specializes in working with those struggling with body image, self-esteem, disordered eating, addictions, and the LBGTQ+ community. Ashley has extensive experience in working with individuals with trauma and works from a trauma-informed perspective. Ashley enjoys working with people of all ages, identities, sexual orientations, and cultural backgrounds. Ashley believes that it is crucial as a therapist to provide her clients a space that allows them to feel seen, heard, respected and not judged no matter who they are, what they are struggling with or how they identify. Ashley has a Master's Degree in Professional Counseling and is an Associate Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate.
Reach out to Ashley directly at 720-441-6138
Rachel Smith, MA, LPCC
Your internal struggles are real, and you are not alone. Wholeness begins with healing. They say time heals all wounds, but some wounds are so deep it feels as though they may never heal. Asking for help takes strength. If you’re experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma from sexual assault or abuse, and/or sex and relationship issues, let’s chat.
My approach to counseling is interdisciplinary, borrowing heavily from mindfulness practices, CBT skills training, narrative therapy, and strengths-based modalities. I approach therapy with an open mind and open heart and believe laughter often truly is the best medicine.
Therapy is a collaborative experience in which I place importance in meeting people where they are, non-judgmentally. I offer trans and queer-affirming counseling, identity exploration, and am sex, sex work, kink, poly/ENM positive.
Reach out to Rachel at 917-912-2267
Sami Lucas, LPCC
Chloe is the office "pup." She loves people, especially kids. She doesn't come to the office every day; sometimes she stays home with her dog siblings!