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Aleya Littleton, MA, LPC, is an adventure and somatic therapist with a Masters in Adventure Therapy from Prescott College, and a certificate in Integrative Nutrition for Mental Health. She specializes in trauma treatment and the use of nature and the outdoors for healing. Her background as a middle school science teacher and NASA Formal Education Lead inspired her fascination with neurobiology, the human body and the natural world. She is a rock climbing guide, and trains therapists in the use of rock climbing in therapy. She completed her externship at Innate Path as a Ketamine and Cannabis assisted psychotherapist in 2019. A public speaker and therapist educator, she was featured on The Three Day Effect, and in Outside Magazine



  • May 2021 - Integrative Nutrition for Mental Health Certification

  • June 2019 - Trauma Dynamics at Innate Path

  • June 2018 - Somatic Psychotherapy Certificate

  • June 2018 - Wilderness First Responder Certification (Current)

  • January 2017 - CBT for Insomnia Certificate

  • April 2015 - Mindfulness and Biofeedback Training

  • March 2013 - Dialectical Behavior Therapy Facilitator 

  • December 2012 - Transactional Analysis Practitioner 

  • August 2012 - Hakomi Introductory Training

  • May 2012 - AMGA SPI Climbing Guide Certification


Monica King, MA, LPCC - is a Somatic Psychotherapist specializing in trauma and resilience. She has been counseling others in the tradition of Curanderismo for 20yrs in the US and Mexico. A session may include herbal medicine, ancestral guidance, behavioral analysis, nutritional or dream therapies.  She serves clients dealing with issues around healthy socialization, identity, diversity, sexuality, power privilege, and family systems. Monica believes that a person’s journey to wellness involves physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing. It is a soul’s journey to wholeness. The thoughts projected by the mind are a reflection of the soul’s experience from inside the human body. Our work is to honor the full story of your life to bring a feeling of vitality and a healthy self-image.


  • MA Somatic Psychology, Naropa University
    Child & Family Therapist, Griffith Centers for Children

  • Health Counselor, Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacies    

  • Co-Founder Holistika Tulum & Tao Inspired Living

  • Modern Curandera LLC, Private Practice counseling in “Curanderismo” tradition

  • Plant Spirit Medicine Group Facilitator, University Of Arizona

  • Apprentice to Indigenous Elders in Canada, Africa, Guatemala, Mexico, and Peru


  • June 2021 - Psychedelic Assisted Psychotherapy, Innate Path, Broomfield, CO

  • ​October 2019 - Suicide Intervention Training, Boulder, CO 

  • September 2019 - Outdoor Education training, Thorne Nature Experience, Boulder, CO

  • ​May 2019 - Enlightened Feminine Leadership Training, Matrix Works, Boulder, CO

  • Jan 2019 - Creating a Culture of Respect (Diversity) Training - Naropa University, Boulder, CO

  • ​Certification in Nutritional Herbology


Dennis Adams, MA, LPCC is an existential and adventure therapist. He draws from narrative, analytic, psychodynamic, somatic, and internal family systems to help you better explore and understand  what is causing you trouble in your life. He has particular interest in spirituality, identity, meaning and purpose, as well as psychedelic integration, grief and loss, family of origin, life transitions, depression, and trauma. Dennis builds a deep connection with his clients to create the supportive environment that is needed to explore your relationship to the problems you face. Dennis views the role of a therapist as a fellow traveler through life, and he is honored to be a companion on your journey. 


  • People House, Denver Colorado 

  • Multidisciplinary Association of Psychedelic Studies, Boulder CO 

  • Mental Health Center of Denver, Denver CO 

  • Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, Pittsburgh PA 


  • 2022 – Internal Family Systems, Online, PESI 

  • 2022 - Analytic Psychology, Online, Centre for Applied Jungian Studies, South Africa 

  • August 2022 - Clinical Rock Climbing Training, Golden CO 

  • March 2022 – Exposure and Response Prevention, Westminster CO 

  • December 2022 – Horizons: Perspectives on Psychedelics, New York NY 

  • October 2021 - Narrative Therapy Practice, Online, Dulwich Centre AU 


Katie Moon, LSW - is an adventure and trauma therapist with a Masters in Social Work and certificate in Trauma Treatment from the University of Tennessee. She has spent time working with individuals who have experienced body-based traumas such as sexual and/or domestic violence. Katie believes the mind and body are inextricably connected and that healing of one necessarily involves aspects of the other. Katie believes in the innate wisdom and dignity of her
clients and works to create a space in which they are empowered to more deeply explore their own story. As some combination of a four year old and 80 year old herself, Katie enjoys working with a variety of ages from elementary aged children, to those further along the journey of life.


  • Co-Responder, Castle Rock CO

  • Sexual Assault Advocate, Nashville TN

  • Child Abuse Advocate and Therapist, Nashville TN

  • Equine Assisted Therapy Group Facilitator, Nashville TN


  • January 2023 – Nutrition for Mental Health, Online, Pesi

  • December 2022 – Internal Family Systems, Online, Allhealth Network

  • August 2022 – Psychological First Aid, Online, NCTSN

  • March 2021 – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • Nashville TN, University of Tennessee

  • March 2021- Behavioral Activiation, Nashville TN, University of Tennessee

  • March 2021 – Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Nashville TN, University of Tennessee

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