Amber Crisp, M.Ed, LPCC taught for ten years in middle and high schools in several school districts in Texas and Colorado.  After moving to Colorado, Amber continued to teach in the Denver area while completing her M.Ed in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the College of William and Mary.  Amber's clinical experience focuses on mental health of children, adolescents, and how to support parents and the family system. Additionally, Amber has training in play therapy techniques and uses this as a modality with evidence-based treatments.  Amber has expertise with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, family violence, grief, self-esteem, self-harm, trauma and more. She primarily utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), person-centered, and play therapy techniques. Prior to joining Schroer Counseling and Consulting, Amber worked at the Eating Recovery Center of Denver and in a private practice that focused on children, teens and families.

Amber collaborates with her clients to help them learn and practice skills that will empower them to see the world through a healthier and more holistic lens, as well as become their best selves.  When she’s not working, she enjoys traveling with her family, hiking, and spending time with her rescue dog, Fern.