- adults (18+)
- seniors (65+)
- family (in-person only)
“If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change” -Wayne Dyer
Philosophy and Therapeutic Approach
In the words of David, “Even when I walk through the darkest valley, I will not be afraid, for you are close beside me” (Psalm 23:4). You are never stuck in the valley; going through means that you will eventually be on the other side of it. I can offer hope and compassion as we go through together. I want to help you experience holistic healing–physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.
I’m not the expert on your life, but I will work hard to meet you where you are at. We all come from different places, experiences, and traditions. I celebrate the differences in people and maintain a multicultural perspective in therapy. I also want to help you discover and focus on your strengths and the unique gifts that God has given you. I believe that our lives are multi-storied, similar to chapters in a book, and that we are co-authors with God.
What to Expect in Therapy
You will find that I am empathetic, approachable, and authentic. You can expect me to be kind and direct throughout the therapeutic process. As we explore your current and past pain, struggles, traumas, and barriers, know that I am committed to the resolution of these things and that I will help find the approach that best works for you.
During our time together, we will discuss ways to carry out practical strategies in real-life situations. It will be important that you have a willingness to experiment with newly developed tools and ways of thinking. My job is to always be aware of your best interests, to help you heal and grow, and to assist you in becoming the best version of yourself.
Personal Qualifications and Experience
I double majored with undergraduate degrees in Psychology and fine arts. In 2012, I earned my Masters in Clinical Counseling from Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota. During my MA program, I was involved in leading art therapy groups at the Union Gospel Mission in addition to my clinical counseling internship, where I worked with college students at a private Christian university in the twin cities. I am currently a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Colorado.
Throughout my professional career, I have worked in various settings including: pastors and leaders in the ministry setting; army families through the Department of Defense (DOD) at Fort Riley, KS; the homeless and low income population in downtown Denver, all struggling with severe and persistent mental illness and drug/alcohol addiction; children in schools with conduct issues, special needs, Autism, and other developmental and behavioral issues.
My work with multiple age groups and populations of people throughout various environments has provided me with wisdom and experiences that help me to be a well-rounded and open-minded therapist.
Kegan worked for the Army in Civil Service at Fort Riley, KS from 2018-2021. During that time, he worked primarily with spouses and children of active duty service members who were experiencing a wide range of mental and emotional health issues. Specifically, Kegan worked with clients: in need of crisis intervention; dealing with varying issues related to trauma, depression, and anxiety; offered support during military life transitions (i.e. PCS, ETS, deployments, extended field training); and worked with elementary-aged children through an established School Behavioral Health Program.
My wife and I have been married for 10+ years after beginning as childhood friends. We have three beautiful and energetic children with whom we prioritize family time. We find joy in serving together in ministry and worship at our local church and have had the privilege of doing international work in the past.
We are very active and lovers of the outdoors, as many Colorado residents are. We enjoy hiking, camping, and outdoor sports. We find any opportunity that we can to break away from ‘the everyday’ to spend time exploring the mountains. I am creative and enjoy art, writing, and music as forms of self-care.
Check out blogs written by Kegan Mosier
5 Ways To Tame Your Tongue
I Disagree, and I Love You Deeply
Dad Don’t Check Out
5 Ways To Overcome Stubbornness in Relationships
Love Keeps A Record of Right
2 Ways to Fix Your Thoughts
2 Ways to Overcome Stubbornness
“The highest reward for one’s toil is not what he gets for it, but what he becomes by it” -John Ruskin
“One way to get the most out of life is to look upon all of it as an adventure” -William Feather
“The day you plant the seed is not the day you eat the fruit” -Rick Pino
“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give” -Winston Churchill
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