MAGGIE KNEPP, M.A., NCC, LPCC
Therapist & Counselor
Maggie’s passion is supporting individuals with finding their strengths and increasing their self awareness so they can live an empowered, authentic life. She understands that life is complex and that when you’re stuck in the depths of challenges, it can feel impossible that things will get better. It’s helpful to have someone to process and navigate those hardships with. Maggie will meet each individual where they’re at and provide a safe and compassionate space to build confidence and develop skills to increase a sense of peace in one’s daily life.
Maggie has a range of skilled experience working with individuals, couples, and families experiencing challenges with anxiety, depression, self worth, self-injury, interpersonal relationship issues, and life transitions. She has extensive experience working with children, adolescents, and families in a school system. She also has worked in a residential treatment program, supporting adolescents with mental health and substance use issues.
At the Colorado Women’s Center, Maggie uses a holistic approach to guide clients in attuning to their physical and emotional needs. Her work is strength-based and client-centered, incorporating elements from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Positive Psychology, Polyvagal Nervous System Healing, Existential Therapy, and the Gottman Method. Maggie views each individual’s experience through a systemic lens and provides psycheducation to empower clients in discovering their own understanding of themselves. Maggie recognizes the privilege it is to work with individuals experiencing hardships and is intentional about providing a supportive and non-judgement space for clients to navigate any changes or challenges that come their way.
Maggie is a National Certified Counselor and a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate. She has a Master of Arts in Counseling and Career Development with a specialization in School Counseling and a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies with a concentration in Prevention and Intervention Sciences, both from Colorado State University.
Outside of work, you can find Maggie exploring the outdoors, reading a good book, playing with her dog, Gus, and spending time with friends and family.