Education: Colorado State University & University of Northern Colorado
Years in Practice: 10
Affiliation: Private, Telehealth Provider
Building Hope Scholarship Provider: Yes
Address: 114 Village Place, Dillon, CO 80435
Town: Dillon, Online
Cassie V. Comeau, Ph.D. is a licensed Counseling Psychologist. Dr. Comeau earned her PhD from the University of Northern Colorado in 2012. Dr. Comeau works with individuals and couples struggling with a range of issues. She uses both short-term and long-term therapy interventions. Her clinical areas of specialty include trauma, depression & anxiety, infertility and perinatal/post partum issues, LGBTQ issues, integrated health care, social justice, supervision/training and relational work. As a Psychologist, she is trained to work with various issues related to well-being and distress. Dr. Comeau is also a bilingual Spanish speaking provider.
She is trained in EMDR level I & II, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Comprehensive Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia, Emotion Focused Couples Therapy, Transgender Healthcare, Reiki and Classical Hatha Yoga. She utilizes these modalities to inform treatment approach and the therapeutic process.
Dr. Comeau formerly served as the Chief Behavior Health Officer for the Summit Community Care Clinic in Frisco, CO. She has a great deal of experience training and supervising early career Counselors and Psychologists. In addition to her tenure at the Care Clinic, she has also worked at the Colorado State University Health Network, and she currently serves as adjunct faculty for the University of Northern Colorado. She has worked on several large program development projects related to Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Substance Use Disorder Programming, Early Childhood services, Internship Training, Crisis Services, and Community Systems and Collective Impact work.
Please feel free to reach out to Dr Comeau if you have questions.
Population Served: Adolescent, Adult, Child, Couples, Family
- Body Image
- Culturally Sensitive
- Domestic Violence
- Eating Disorder
- End of Life
- Family Conflict
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- School Trouble
- Sexual Abuse
- Substance Abuse
- Women’s Issues