• 8 West Dry Creek Circle, Suite 208 Littleton, Co. 80120
  • (720) 638-6270

Kelly Miller LCSW, RPT

Kelly Miller is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Registered Play Therapist (RPT) a graduate of University of Denver with a Masters in Social Work, emphasizing in High Risk Youth. Kelly is Certified Synergetic Play Therapist, a Level II EMDR practitioner, a Pyramid Plus Approach certified Coach and Trainer, and Parent Educator. 

She has 10 years of experience working with pediatric mental health and families impacted by trauma. Kelly is deeply passionate about working with children and families. Her career is dedicated to helping them resolve challenges and promote change and healing from the inside out.

Erin Bennetts LCSW, RPT

Erin Bennetts is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and a graduate of University of Denver with a Masters in Social Work. Erin is a Certified Synergetic Play Therapist and a Level II EMDR practitioner. Erin has 16 years of experience working in a variety of physical and mental health settings with children and families including acute and residential psychiatric hospitals, community mental health programs, emergency room, urgent care, intensive care, inpatient, primary care clinics, early childhood education centers and school based health centers. 

Erin is deeply committed to helping children and their families integrate their experiences, follow their mind, body and spirits path toward health and wholeness, connect to self and others, and thrive in their relationships.







Madeline White, BA, MSW Student


Madeline White is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Social Work at the University of Denver. She has a special concentration in mental health, with particular interest in trauma informed care for children and families. In 2012, Madeline graduated from the University of Colorado with a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology. Prior to graduation, Madeline volunteered at the Boulder and Longmont probation offices to provide general education development tutoring services to juvenile offenders. During her foundation year of graduate school, Madeline interned with Fostering Healthy Futures for Teens and worked as a mentor for girls involved in the child welfare system.

Madeline also has professional experience working as a special education para-educator at an elementary school, a behavior specialist at day treatment middle-high school, and as a member of direct care staff at a youth homeless shelter.

Madeline is extremely passionate about helping children and teens foster a positive sense of self and a healthy mind body connection. Her enthusiasm for supporting families move through challenging processes has guided her academic and professional path.