Meet Our Staff

Voniè Stillson (She/Her) BC-DMT LPC NCC ATRIC ACS         

Clinical Director & Supervisor (Wait List for New Clients)

Voheadshotniè is a Board Certified Dance Movement Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor, Aquatic Therapy Rehab Institute Certified Aquatic Rehabilitation Specialist, and Approved Clinical Supervisor. She is a Mississippi native who received her BA in Dance Therapy from Naropa University in Boulder. She received her MA in Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling from Antioch University New England in New Hampshire. She was American Dance Therapy Association’s 2014 Outstanding Achievement award  recipient for her work creating the Southern Chapter and was their 1st president. She is currently the  Vice President of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American Dance Therapy Association, the Western Region Member at Large, active with the Multicultural Diversity Committee and the Native American, Spirituality and Disability Awareness Affinity Groups. Voniè’s presented at mental health conferences on the local, state and national levels, community-based workshops and pop culture conventions.
Voniè has 16 years post Master’s experience and 25+ years experience with individuals with Mental Illness/Intellectual Developmental Delays and various physical special needs. Settings she has worked in include private practice, outpatient day treatment for adolescents, nursing homes, and locked units at state hospitals.

Voniè uses dance therapy to address a variety of needs from working with anxiety and stress reduction and processing trauma along with ways to increase interpersonal connection. Dance/Movement Therapy is the psychotherapeutic use of movement to further the emotional, cognitive, physical and social integration of the individual. She also does work combining the psychotherapeutic benefits of dance therapy with the physical therapy aspects of aquatic rehabilitative therapy.
Voniè works with families, individuals and groups of all ages combining a variety of therapeutic techniques to meet the specific needs of her clients. In addition to her work with aquatic and traditional dance therapy her eclectic approach also includes Dialectical Behavioral Therapy & Cognitive Behavioral Therapy  from a Rogerian perspective.
As a lifelong comic book reader and sci-fi fan, she advocates for geek culture as positive for mental health and draws from this experience to help clients on their journey. She feels therapy is not about fitting the client into her mold or approach, but rather finding tools to fit the client’s needs.

*Services offered in person in Loveland or via telehealth

For Voniè’s Resume click here

Stepheny Lamblin (She/They) MSCJ LPC LAC EMDR I CERTH Clinical Supervisor (Wait List for New Clients)

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Stepheny is a Licensed Addictions Counselor and Licensed Professional Counselor with over 10 years of experience in victims advocacy and mental health services. Their style of therapy blends psychology, philosophy and self- discovery. Their focused intent in on helping people connect emotionally with themselves and others. They had their own recovery through trauma and watching those they love struggle with addiction. This lead to on a quest to understand the realms victims services. They then began to volunteer at a local domestic violence shelter while pursuing their undergraduate degree in Applied Social Sciences at CSU, where they later worked, specifically with families in recovery from domestic violence. They saw a crossover of criminal behavior and substance abuse within this population and decided to earn a master’s in Criminal Justice and Legal Administration. Their goal is to work with people in the system recovering from domestic violence who were lead into criminal and substance abuse behaviors. They then obtained a second Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and became a Licensed Addictions Counselor in Colorado.

During their studies, Stepheny worked in a variety of settings specializing in substance abuse, and dual diagnosis. Their experience includes working in chemical dependency detox, medically assisted treatment centers, partial hospitalization treatment centers, intensive outpatient services and outpatient recovery services. The experiences in these settings helped to expand their knowledge of the impact trauma, depression, anxiety and other mental health disorders on the journey toward recovery. At the root of substance abuse disorders, are typically mental health disorders. Their goal is to help clients become inspired to take the next step in their journey. 

They live in Fort Collins with their beagle basset hound mix Zoe, a therapy dog. Stepheny and Zoe enjoy family, friends, cosplaying with the Cosplayers of Larimer and Weld County, and networking with others in the local geek, and LGBTQIA+ communities. They travels annually with their best friend exploring haunted locations and historical sites. 

*Photo Credit for Stepheny’s headshot: Amy Hutcheson at Resident Rock Star Photography

*Services offered in person in Fort Collins or via telehealth

Click Here for a list of Stepheny’s Professional Affiliations

Jennifer Nash (She/Her) MFTC (Immediate Openings for Relationships/Systems (couples/families) Wait List for Individuals)

IMG_2086Jennifer is a Marriage and Family Therapist Candidate. She completed her MA in Marriage and Family Therapy from Regis University in December of 2021 and obtained her post-graduate Play Therapy based Certificate in Counseling Children and Adolescents from Regis University in December 2022. She is a Southern California native, who relocated to Colorado in 1995. She is excited to share her expertise and personal orientation of belief in accessibility, multiple treatment techniques and emphasis on a client centered approach. Jennifer’s previous experiences have provided her the opportunity to work with a variety of backgrounds and she has a desire to work with high conflict couples. 

She enjoys working with individuals, couples and families and is interested in building a collaborative partnership focused on holistic care and relational growth. She believes insightful changes take place within relationships. Jennifer thinks an individual’s relationships offers means to generate new perspectives and influence how one views and interacts with themselves and those around them. 

Even though Jennifer notes relationships affect us, she does not feel they necessarily define us. She believes people carry the strength within themselves to determine and implement the changes they want to create. Jennifer strives to establish an environment where clients can access their strengths and resources to face challenges and work toward transforming familiar patterns which are no longer useful. 

Jennifer is a lifelong sci-fi, fantasy and Stephen King fan who enjoys music, photography and traveling. She also advocates geek culture as positive for mental health. 

*Services offered in person in Loveland or via telehealth

Click here for a link to Jennifer’s Professional Affiliations

Katie Templeton LPC Intern (Wait List for New Clients) 

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Katie is a graduate student at the University of Northern Colorado working to complete her Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She is continuing with Equilibrium into internship after completing her practicum with us! She has a person-centered approach to counseling, wanting to meet each person where they are at in order to foster the change each client is searching for.

As she continues her education Katie is looking to work with individuals, groups, children and their families as they deal with a variety of challenges.

Katie is passionate about Dungeons & Dragons (aka D&D) both playing it and watching various actual play shows. Fantasy is a great genre that can also be a powerful tool for processing and healing.

*Services are offered in person in Fort Collins or via Telehealth


T. Zea Leguizamon, RSMT/RSME, BMC Dance Therapy Intern (Accepting New Clients with sessions starting week of 6/5/23)

Zea is currently completing their master’s in Somatic Mental Health Counseling, emphasizing Dance Movement Therapy at Naropa University. Prior, Zea attended the Process Work Institute where she did graduate work on embodied conflict resolution. She is also cross-trained in 15 somatic methodologies. 
Formerly a non-profit consultant, Zea has worked at the intersection of anti-violence & health disparities since 1996. Then in 2001, Zea turned towards somatics. Since then, her somatic approach has been featured in several books: Mindful Movement, The Embodied Teen, Embodied Social Justice, and Embodied Activism. 
Zea‘s lifelong motto is “Move to Change.” For even the most stuck areas can produce new possibilities. 
When not at the office, you can find Zea enjoying nature.

*Services are provided in person in Loveland or via Telehealth

Zoe Lamblin AKC Canine Good Citizen, Community Canine, ATD Certified

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 Zoe is a 8 year old Beagle Basset Hound Mix. She lives with her 2 human parents, who are Licensed Mental Health and Addictions Counselors, her sister Ada, the 3 year old bearded dragon and intern Ezra, a 7 month old black mouth Cur and Beagle Mix . She is a certified AKC Canine Good Citizen and Community Canine. Her parents and she are members of the Alliance of Therapy Dogs. She is at our Ft. Collins office, with parent, Stepheny Lamblin, for in person sessions. She also volunteers at community events with her parents. 



Returning in September

Jacqueline Lounsbury Couple’s & Family Therapy/ Dance Movement Therapy Intern

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Jacqueline is currently completing a dual Master’s in Couple + Family Therapy and Dance Movement Therapy with Antioch University New England.  After over a decade of working as a movement rehabilitation educator, Jacq felt called to investigate unease within the psyche and the connection between the physical, emotional, and spiritual body. 

Her approach is person-centered, collaborative, and holistic. Jacq believes the mind, body, and spirit are integral aspects of the therapeutic journey.  Her focus is to facilitate the desired changes identified by each client and to work at their pace towards their desired goals.

The pain we hold is more than just our own.  Working through trauma means not only healing our individual experiences, but also building an awareness around how cultural, systemic, and intergenerational traumas impact our lived experience.  Our bodies carry both the pain and the strength of our ancestors, there is an inherent wisdom that resides within our bodies.

Jacq is a fan of exploring the natural world from hiking, cross country skiing, and stand up waterboarding.  She carries out most outdoor adventures with her furry sidekick Lola.   A devoted live music fan, follower of celestial events, and crystal collector – she finds peace in the mountains and thrives on trying new cuisine.  

*Services in person in Loveland and via telehealth