Nakoma Garcia MS, LPC
Belinda Enochs MS-Master’s Level Counselor
I am not saying it will be easy, but I am saying it will be worth it. Seeing a therapist can be overwhelming. However, in life we can find ourselves challenged to get up and take on the world. At these times, we need someone to talk to that will listen and not judge you.
For the past 20 years Belinda has been working extensively in the field of psychology. She eceived her Bachelor’s Degree with a double major in Social Work and Psychology. In 2014 she completed her Master’s degree in Counseling from Grand Canyon University. She has worked with foster care programs and also owned her own agency working closely with judges, lawyers, foster and biological families. She has worked for county jail systems in Indiana where she oversaw all psych inmates in 44 jails. Belinda has also worked in a mental health agency dealing with a variety of mental health and addiction issues.
Belinda enjoys working with all types of clients and have done so in the past. Her focus is dealing with men and women who are dealing with anger issues, addictions and other mental health concerns.
Belinda is a mom to 2 adult girls and grandmother to 5 amazing grandsons. She loves traveling and has done 2 mission trips to China and numerous places around the USA. She recently re-located to Colorado where she enjoys spending time outside and touring places she has not seen before. Belinda also enjoys hiking, crafts, cooking and reading.
Lisa Kramer, MSW, LCSW, AASW
Lisa offers clients a warm and supportive approach to processing some of life’s most difficult experiences. Her kind, friendly and easy-going manner helps clients feel at ease as soon as they first step on the farm. Of course, being greeted by dogs, cats, and emus helps, too! She believes that nature, nurtures. Inspired by her son who suffered a massive stroke before birth, Lisa was led to help people have a place where they could feel safe, calm and loved. Lisa’s personal experience watching her son heal in nature with animals motivated her to pursue her passion for animal-assisted and nature-based interventions. Lisa integrates animals, nature, mindfulness, expressive arts, and play into her clinical practice with children, youth, and adults in a farm setting.
Lisa is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS), Zones of Regulation, animal-assisted interventions, mindfulness and meditation, and life coaching.
She specializes in trauma care, depression, anxiety, and suicidality.
Neurodiverse, LGTBQ+, and BIPOC friendly.
In her spare time Lisa enjoys riding horses, camping, gardening, reading and traveling.
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