Mile High Mental Health provides outpatient therapy and healing for individuals of all ages, couples, and families.
Founded by Dr. Mindy Solomon and her husband Daniel (MHMH Business & Intake Director), the MHMH family also includes Dr. Kristen Lohse, Libby Parks, and Rosemary Leone.
As part of the journey to create this psychology practice, our City Park West yellow building/office/home is very much part of our healing family. We welcome our clients to our cozy offices where you can examine your life and struggles in a non-threatening, non-judgmental healing environment. We emphasize healing rather than treatment or recovery as healing implies a process of growth and change.
Each of our therapists have extensive training, background, and education in evidence-based treatment models, and we infuse these models into our work. We believe that healing has its best chance in the context of a supportive relationship, and we work to provide a safe and meaningful environment to foster those healing connections.
Meet the MHMH Team
I have been a licensed clinical psychologist since 2005 and have over 20 years of professional clinical experience with children, adolescents and families.I have worked in a variety of clinical and academic settings with children, teens, adults, couples and families with different diagnoses and presenting concerns.
While my clinical approach is grounded in and informed by current evidence-based treatments, I practice from an eclectic, holistic and intuitive perspective. I strive to meet each individual/family/couple exactly where they are and believe that everyone has their own unique healing potential within. I see my role as facilitator to explore, discover and connect to that potential.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of eating disorders, body image, and related conditions (including depression and anxiety). I received my doctorate from the PGSP-Stanford Psy.D. Consortium and went on to complete my post-doctoral fellowship at Children’s Hospital Colorado. I have clinical and research experience working across the age range of those struggling with eating disorders, having spent time in both child/adolescent (Children’s Hospital Colorado & Stanford Eating Disorder Clinic) and adult eating disorder programs (ACUTE Center for Eating Disorders in Denver).
I treat individuals with eating disorders, disordered eating, body image issues, and related conditions in adolescents through adults. I have a particular interest in treating trauma-related conditions in adults through Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT). I have additional experience utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT-E). But above all, I use a humanistic and strengths-based perspective with my clients and tailor my skills to meet an individual or family’s needs.
Through a strategic and humanistic approach, I utilize the perceived risks associated with change as means to lasting fulfillment. Freedom of expression, self-acceptance, and a sense of liberation are a few examples of transformative outcomes witnessed in my clients. My aim is that clients exit the therapeutic process with a new perspective, unable to go back to the way things were before therapy began. Having graduated from Regis University with a Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, I specialize in guiding families and individuals to address maladaptive patterns. I am published in the Counseling and Family Therapy Scholarship Review, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, and serve as Chair-Elect for the Rocky Mountain Family Therapy Network.
My role as the Team/Business Lead and Intake Director for Mile High Mental Health is three-fold. I’m here to:
-Offer a compassionate ear to those seeking hope that their search in finding the right therapist for them, their loved one, and/or their family lies within the MHMH therapists’ family & team
-Provide current clients a resource for the logistical parts of their therapeutic processes (i.e. scheduling, billing, Q&As, etc.) so that the true focus of their time with their therapist can be spent doing the life-changing repair and healing of their mental wellness
-Coach our team of talented therapists in inspiring ways to bolster the human-to-human allyship that is the ethos of the nurturing therapeutic relationship between client and therapist.
We provide individual, couple and family psychotherapy for adults, adolescents and children.
Please see individual rates on providers’ bio pages.
Services provided at Mile High Mental Health are fee-for-service and payment is expected at time of service. We accept payment in the form of credit card/HSA or check. We are considered out-of-network for all insurance companies and are happy to provide a Superbill and/or invoice for services by request. Please consult with your insurance company about your out-of-network benefits and reimbursement.