Camryn O’Neill BA

Marriage and Family Therapist Intern

Works With

Teenagers (12+), Adults (18+), Children (6+)


Social Anxiety
Generalized Anxiety
Communication Skills
Current and Past Trauma
Family Conflict
Autism Spectrum
Behavioral Issues
Child or Adolescent
Divorce or Separation
Premarital Counseling
Racial and Cultural Identity

A lot of people feel like they have to navigate the highs and lows of life on their own. You may feel like you have to ignore the feelings of sadness, anxiety or confusion in order to keep pushing forward. You may find yourself wondering how beneficial therapy can be or if you will benefit from talking to a professional about these hurdles. Some may be worried to show vulnerability in a new space, with a new person and worry that sharing their concerns will make the problems more significant.

I acknowledge that starting a new journey can be scary, especially one like therapy which requires a high amount of exploration, courage, and vulnerability. I view therapy as a collaborative process to ensure that my clients feel less alone in their journeys. I work alongside clients to establish goals and expectations using a holistic, and systemic approach. I ensure my clients that the space I hold is safe and secure by welcoming experiences and emotions while working towards creating solutions together. I create a supportive environment for my clients to openly express any concerns they may have, ensuring a welcoming atmosphere. I recognize that I might be the first person they confide in about certain matters and I approach these disclosures with understanding and openness while making sure everyone is heard. I intentionally make space for the identities clients hold, as well as the relationships around them to further understand the contributing factors.

My goal is to create a warm and empathetic therapeutic relationship where you feel heard, understood, and supported on your journey. I’m committed to creating and providing a safe, confidential, and non-judgemental space where you can express and explore your feelings openly where we can work through hurdles together. I would love to help you feel more at ease about entering the world and navigating the hurdles that may arise.

“Camryn is a student at the University of Colorado where she is pursuing a Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. Camryn has completed all of the coursework required and has transitioned into direct clinical work. She provided therapeutic counseling at the University of Colorado’s Counseling Center where she provided therapy with undergraduate students, couples, and families. She holds an undergraduate degree in Human Services with a concentration in Mental Health Counseling. She also has experience in the field of Applied Behavioral Analysis Therapy working with children aged 3-18 with Autism Spectrum Disorder.”

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