Amy Christine Chandler Dixon MSW, CACII
My name is Amy Christine Chandler-Dixon, I am a second generation native to Colorado. I started my career as a probation officer in the Denver County Probation Department at the age of 25. I began working on my CAC credentials and eventually left to pursue my career in Counseling. I graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a Bachelors in Arts in Sociology with a minor in Criminal Justice. I obtained my Masters in Social Work from Denver University in 1997. I have been self-employed ever since. I was the owner and therapist at Solace Counseling from 1998 -2007, expanding to my LODO location, Integrity Health and Wellness. Today I have three locations and continue to challenge myself and create new opportunities. I have been sober for over 22 years, I have learned and developed as a therapist every day. I am an advocate and protector for my clients. I am honest and direct. I stress accountability for myself and my clients. I believe in Integrity and supporting others to define integrity in their lives, gain clarity, and live a life without apologies and with fierce acceptance. I am the mother of three outstanding boys and have surrendered to a life of sports and laundry. I enjoy all types of music and movies, and have made more time to travel. I look forward to experiencing other cultures with my children.
Larry Liebgold, MA, NCC, LPCC –
Larry is a Licensed Professional Counselor candidate, a state approved Domestic Violence treatment provider, Certified Gestalt Psychotherapist, and has extensive training as a Group Psychotherapist. In addition to facilitating court mandated groups, Larry maintains a private practice specializing in individual and couple’s counseling. Larry believes that empathetic connections are the foundation for discovering the road blocks to mature relationships. People say his groups are a great place to share and be supported.
Christopher J. Conway, CAC III
My name is Christopher J. Conway. I was born and raised in Yonkers, New York and moved to Denver, Colorado in 1995. Currently, I am the President/CEO of the Stout Street Foundation, a nonprofit 2-year residential treatment program for addicts and alcoholics. I have been a Certified Addictions Counselor III since 2001 and I am studying at Regis University to obtain my BA in Applied Psychology. I have been a part of the treatment community for over 18 years. My life is dedicated to being an advocate for a productive and healthy lifestyle. I have facilitated DUI education and Therapy for 12 years. I believe in second chances with positive outcomes. I come from a strong family that values loyalty and community.
My interests include sports (playing and attending), supporting all of Colorado’s teams, reading non-fiction books and have a great love for movies, both old and new. I enjoy being a facilitator in other people’s awareness and change. I am dedicated to the recovery community and all it means.