AspenRidge Recovery Staff
AspenRidge Recovery consists of a professional, experienced staff that can help you overcome addiction.
Jeff Burt, LPC, LAC
Phone: (303) 955 5599
Jeff holds a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology with specialized training in Adlerian Psychology, Motivational Interviewing, Medication-Assisted Treatments, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Trauma- Focused CBT. He has been passionately serving diverse populations of people struggling with addiction and mental health issues for over 14 years. He is very active in the recovery community and is a strong advocate for mental health services. He has long term experience as a clinician and a manager in a variety of treatment settings, including Adult Outpatient, Intensive Outpatient, Therapeutic Communities, and Sober Living homes. His work experiences include Hazelden-Chicago, University of Colorado, and Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health.
Client Services Liaison
Phone: (877) 212-1238
Andrew is in long-term recovery after getting sober in an extended care treatment program several years ago. After finding relief in the work he put into himself while in treatment, he decided to help others find the same hope and serenity that he did. After working for some time in client housing as a Support Staff member he was promoted to Assistant Medical Coordinator. Helping others being his passion, Andrew decided that he could make more of a difference working in client housing and moved to Fort Collins to become the Client Services Liaison at AspenRidge North. The changes Andrew has made over his years of recovery and work in the treatment field have made this not just a job, but a real opportunity to make a difference in the lives of those experiencing the same lows that addiction brought him to.
Cortland Mathers-Suter, MSSA
Phone: (877) 736-9727
Cortland has held many positions in the treatment field from house manager to clinician to administrator. His academic background is in both education and social work, which allows him to bring a unique set of skills to this position. He currently holds a Masters Degree in Social Work from Case Western Reserve University. Cortland uses his own addiction recovery coupled with his educational and professional experience to help clients succeed. Similarly Cortland uses this skill-set to create lasting connections with local agencies, ensuring that clients receive a high level of continuity in their care over the course of their treatment.
Nikki Summers, LCSW. CACII
Nikki received her Bachelor of Science in Social Work from the University of Texas at Austin in 1995. Her excitement to pursue her career in social work led her to graduate school immediately following her undergraduate degree. She completed her Master of Science in Social Work in 1996. She has continued to maintain her passion working in the field for 20 years. Nikki specializes in treating trauma, mood disorders, and addictions. She has 15 years of experience working with children and families in an inpatient and outpatient setting, seven of those years she also worked in private practice, providing treatment for children, adolescents, teens, adults, couples and families. She has facilitated various types of group therapy during her years of practice, including psychoeducational and process groups. In her practice, she incorporates somatic experiencing, mindfulness, guided meditation, trauma-focused therapy, and the Satir and Gestalt models, in addition to other various modalities. She is currently working toward becoming a Certified Addictions Counselor II. Her primary goal is to assist individuals in gaining a well-rounded sense of self-worth and love and compassion for themselves.
Whitney Walkenhorst, LCSW, LAC.
Whitney received her Bachelor of Science in Social work from Colorado State University in May 2013. Knowing she wanted to become an addictions therapist, she immediately began working towards her Master’s Degree in an accelerated program. She received her Master of Social work in May 2014. During her schooling, she began working towards gaining her Certified Additions Counselor II and obtained her certification in February 2016. Whitney began her career working with adults with developmental disabilities and quickly became interested in the mental health profession. She found her passion working with clients in the criminal justice system, who were struggling with both mental health and substance abuse issues. She specializes in working with adults with trauma, mindfulness-based interventions and client-centered approaches. She is a Fort Collins native and is thankful for the opportunity to serve her community.
Karli Jo Lamb, MA, LPCC. CACII
Karli received her Bachelors degree in Human Development and Family Studies which ignited her passion for helping people and families. She received a Masters in Counseling at Colorado Christian University and is currently on the pathway for clinical licensure. Karli has experience working with individuals and families in traditional outpatient and inpatient programs as well as in home addiction treatment services. Karli promotes an integrative approach to therapy combining attachment, interpersonal, and mindfulness-based cognitive behavioral modalities to promote whole-person recovery and wellness. Karli is currently in process of becoming CAC II certified.
Keith Colton, LCSW
Keith has been in the social work field for 20 years. His diversity of research based and practical experience lends to expertise in helping improve the human experience on the individual, family and community levels. Having worked with youth and families, in crisis work, homelessness, natural disasters, psychiatric/medical detox care, as well as traditional mental health and addictions therapy, with people of all ages and backgrounds, Keith has been on the ground experiencing life through the eyes of those who he has assisted for his entire career. Principle areas of practice have been trauma integrated care, addictions, severe and persistent mental illness, and community improvement. With a focus on experiential therapy, CBT, DBT, relapse prevention, mindfulness and holistic healing, Keith brings passion, fun and wisdom to the table in practice. Everyone has inherent worth and everyone is capable of change.
Carli Torr, MA, LPCC, BCN
Neurofeedback Specialist And Counselor
Carli Torr holds a Masters of Arts in Counseling from Colorado Christian University. She received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of New Mexico where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate in the state of Colorado and a registered National Certified Counselor. Her clinical experience spans from relational issues, domestic violence, anxiety, depression, and concussion recovery.
Carli is Board Certified in Neurofeedback and conducts brain mapping and neuro-conditioning identifying areas of the brain that need strengthening and developing protocols that lead to self regulation and freedom from feeling “stuck”. She believes that no one should have to go through the trials of this life alone and is passionate about helping people of all ages and demographics through their healing journey.
Stepheny Chapple, BA, MSCJ, NLC
Stepheny is a registered psychotherapist who holds a bachelors degree in criminology and psychology and a masters degree in criminal justice and legal administration from Colorado State University. She is currently pursuing a second masters degree in clinical mental health counseling and CAC certification. She has worked in crisis invention services with survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault as well as in inpatient psychiatric care working with individuals with dual diagnosis of substance abuse disorders and depression. Addionally, she has worked in medically assisted treatment, providing counseling services to those in opiate addictions recovery. She specializes in trauma informed treatment, and cognitive behavior therapy. She remains active in community victims services advocacy in Larimer county serving as a volunteer on the national rape crisis hotline as well as an application processor for Colorado’s Address Confidentiality Assistance program.
Phone: (877) 736-9727
Donna Segrin began working in the addiction and recovery field in 2013 after learning how to maintain sobriety herself. Before she began working with AspenRidge Recovery in 2015, she worked on the front lines at multiple treatment facilities with women in early recovery providing crisis management and real time support and guidance. Donna developed a passion for addiction and mental health treatment after seeing the growth that could be accomplished in just a few months. Today, Donna works to be a resource in the addictions community helping to guide those struggling with addiction into treatment centers that can meet their individual needs.
Phone: (303) 955-5599
Emily began working in substance abuse treatment in 2012. Driven by her personal experience in addiction recovery, she strives to help others through the process. Emily was a vital member of the housing team for a halfway house in Prescott, AZ. She later worked as an administrative assistant where she became skilled in billing, human resource essentials, policies and procedures, and state licensing. Emily brings a multitude of skills to the AspenRidge Recovery team and ensures seamless communication between all departments.