C. Sue Martinez, MA, LPC
I am committed to providing compassionate and individualized psychotherapy in a safe and accepting environment. We will work together to bring about the emotional growth, change and healing you desire. I use a flexible and integrative approach to therapy within an attachment focused framework. I believe how we cope with difficulties in our lives, no matter the severity, is greatly affected by our past and present relationships and experiences. We will focus on your unique strengths and abilities to conquer troubling issues as we dispel any difficult messages you may have received in the past.
I work with a variety of concerns including trauma and crisis situations, grief, PTSD, depression, anxiety, life transitions, stress, or consistently feeling "too sad". I enjoy working with adults, adolescents, and couples. We will work together to bring about positive change in your life until you reach your desired goal.
If you desire to incorporate your faith into sessions, I am a person of faith and am happy to work with you to draw upon this strength. Also unique to my practice are many years of work with crime victims and their families. This counseling is often free of charge.
In my free time I enjoy traveling, spending time with my family, and baking decadent desserts!
Carrie Vaccarella, MA, LPC
My greatest reward as a therapist is to be invited into the transformative process of a clients experience. I love to see people of courage walk thru the dark valleys of depression, trauma, anxiety and abuse and come out the other side living out of their true design I hold a Master’s degree in Counseling and am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of Colorado. Most of the work I do is trauma based and I am trained in EMDR, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral therapy, Art therapy, Play therapy (although puppets still freak me out), and many other Evidence Based therapies. The longer I continue to practice, the stronger my belief that all people have different styles of therapy that will be most effective for their challenges.
When I am not working, you can find me chasing around my four kids. I love to run on muddy trails, I’m terrible at yoga and aspire to hip-hop dance.
Stacey Hoksbergen, MA, LPC
Stacey has an extensive background in working with children and adults who have experienced various types of disruptions in their lives. She is incredibly passionate about working with individuals and families to help integrate the challenging pieces of their story so they can find healthy ways to move forward in their relationships.
Casie Rust, MA, NCC, LPC
Casie has been a part of the Source Counseling team since June 2015. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Colorado State University in 2011, studying Human Development and Family Studies. In May of 2015, she graduated from Adams State University with a Master of Arts in Clinical and Mental Health Counseling. She has her license in the state of Colorado.
Professionally, she has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of settings. She has worked with people experiencing a multitude of mental and emotional problems including: depression, anxiety, grief & loss, anger, addiction, family issues, and more. Her belief is that therapy should be person-centered, tailored to an individual or family’s specific problems, and she utilizes a variety of interventions from many theories in her work. Casie believes that her role as a counselor is not only to listen and help individuals and families strive towards improvement, but also to advocate for and empower them.
In her free time, Casie enjoys spending time with her husband and two dogs exploring all of the beauty that Colorado has to offer. She enjoys expressing her creative side through quilting, scrapbooking, and other artistic activities. It has always been a dream of Casie’s to work as a counselor with individuals and families, and she feels blessed by her opportunity to be a part of the Source team.