Amy Christine Chandler MSW, CAS
My name is Amy Christine Chandler, I am a second generation native to Colorado. At the age of 25, I started my career as a probation officer in the Denver County Probation Department. I began working on my CAS 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 a thriving counseling office providing individual, couples, family, group counseling, and court mandated treatment. The agency is successful because clients feel welcomed, heard, and understood. I am expanding to intensive workshops and weekends where I collaborate with other therapists to bring an exciting perspective to treatment. I continue to challenge myself and create new opportunities. I have learned and developed as a therapist every day. I am an advocate and protector for my clients. I stress accountability for myself and my clients. I am viciously honest and direct. I support clients’ transformation from the victim to the empowered and powerful. 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 and teach. I look forward to experiencing other cultures and expanding my influence.
Christopher J. Conway, MA, CAS
My name is Christopher J. Conway. I was born and raised in Yonkers, New York and moved to Denver, Colorado in 1995. I recently retired as the President/CEO of the Stout Street Foundation, a nonprofit 2-year residential treatment program for addicts and alcoholics. It is time to pursue a new path. I will act as a consultant for Integrity Health and Wellness and begin my private practice as CJC Counseling & Consulting, LLC. https://www.cjc.rocks I have been a Certified Addictions Specialist since 2001 and completed both my BA in Applied Psychology and my MA in Clinical Counseling from Regis University. I have been a part of the treatment community for over 25 years. My life is dedicated to being an advocate for a productive and healthy lifestyle. 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.
Corina Rosales – Stoffel, CAT
My name is Corina Rosales. I was raised in Fresno, California and moved to Denver, Colorado in 2013. I grew up in a dysfunctional family plagued with alcoholism and addiction. My dad was a veteran who coped with life by drinking and using drugs all of my life. Not only am I a spouse of a veteran in recovery but; I myself have been clean and sober from drugs and alcohol since 12-05-2018.
I have immersed myself and my work into the recovery community since the beginning of 2019. Currently, my husband and I have 2 young daughters together and run two transitional sober living homes in the Denver metropolitan area specifically for veterans in recovery. Our mess eventually became our new family message to the world.
Today I am a Certified Addiction Technician specializing in substance abuse, sober coaching, recovery, family dynamics, and my favorite… the group therapy process. I can honestly say with my whole heart that addiction is a family disease and recovery is not a solitary path, but instead a family’s journey. I am passionate about giving everyone choices and resources to help ALL family members recover and heal together.
Jaime Barth, BA, RP
Hello! My name is Jaime and I have been in the psychotherapy and substance abuse counseling fields for three years. I earned my bachelor’s degree in psychology with an emphasis on mental health counseling from the University of Northern Colorado and will begin my master’s degree program next year.
I am a therapist who is committed to helping men, women, and adolescents identify the core issues that contribute to maladaptive behaviors. My work focuses on exploring the client’s individual experience with traumatic events, abuse, grief, addictions, dysfunctional family structure and daily stressors, and then developing a collaborative and individualized plan of action.
In my downtime I enjoy photography, hockey (Go Avs!), fishing, live music, sketching, gawking at old trucks and buying cool shoes. I also spend as much time with my two teenage sons as they can stand, and the rest with my fiancé Brett, and Eleanor, our sweet and lazy basset hound.
I believe that wholeness and balance can be achieved through effective and honest communication, healthy coping strategies, emotional intelligence, humor, self-care, self-reflection, and realistic goal setting. If you’re struggling to cope, I can help you navigate those feelings and offer you a realistic path forward.