Mile High Behavioral Health Care
MSW, MPH, MS
Affiliation: Private, Telehealth Provider
Building Hope Scholarship Provider: Yes
Mile High Behavioral Health in Summit County offers individual therapy, group therapy, intensive case management, and HIV/HCV testing.
Our therapists can provide trauma and crisis support, recovery support, and ongoing counseling to address life challenges. Our Case Managers can help you identify strengths, manage your time, and get connected to other community resources to address needs like childcare, food, or health insurance.
Our team works collaboratively with one another and other Summit County programs to reduce barriers to successful mental health care and empower you to succeed. Below are the profiles of the two therapists currently staffed at our Frisco location:
Robyn Goldstein grew up in Denver and attended Colorado State University in Fort Collins. She graduated with a degree in Natural Resources Management and Organic Agriculture. Robyn has worked in many capacities in the outdoor industry, including guiding, ski patrol, and wilderness therapy. She developed a passion for mental health and fostering nature connections for wellness and completed her Masters in Social Work in 2022 from the University of Denver. Robyn cares deeply for the Summit County community and has worked in substance use, crisis, and alternative therapies throughout the community. She is very excited to be a part of Mile High Behavioral Healthcare and to build the Wellness Hub into a vital resource for our amazing community!
Laura Landrum has worked with a number of youth organizations across over the past decade and is excited to join the Summit Wellness Hub as an Adolescent Behavioral Health Specialist. As a social worker, Laura believes that relationships are at the core of our well-being as humans, and her hope is that her clients find our shared space grounding, safe, and trusted. She specializes in working with children, teens, young adults, and families from a trauma-informed perspective. Her work with adolescents often includes providing parenting support and coaching to help increase connectedness between children and parents/caretakers.
Please reach out to engage in or learn more about our dynamic services!
Language Spoken: English
Population Served: Adolescent, Adult, Couples, Family
- Anger Management
- Body Image
- Combat Trauma
- Culturally Sensitive
- Domestic Violence
- Eating Disorder
- Emotional Abuse
- Emotional Regulation
- Family Conflict
- Gender Identity
- Life Transitions
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Personality Disorder
- Positive Psychology
- School Trouble
- Sexual Abuse
- Substance Abuse
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Women’s Issues