Elysia Robbins

Hello! I am Elysia. I’m a therapist here at Denver Mental Health Collective, but you can also call me a Trauma Healer, Neurodivergence Guide, Navigator of Life & Ally to all.

My ideal clients include: teens/adults healing from trauma/PTSD, late diagnosis ADHD and Autistic adults/teens, LGBTQ+ peoples, and alternative relationship (poly, ENM, kink, BDSM) persons.

Trauma Healer:

Being a trauma healer is a deeply rewarding and humbling experience, as it involves helping individuals navigate the intricate journey of healing from psychological wounds. It requires a combination of empathy, expertise, and a commitment to creating a safe space where individuals feel supported and empowered to confront their trauma. Witnessing the resilience and transformation of clients as they reclaim their lives is both inspiring and affirming of the profound impact trauma healing can have on individuals and communities.

Neurodivergence Guide:

Being a neurodivergence guide entails offering personalized support and resources to individuals navigating the diverse landscape of neurodiversity. It involves fostering empowerment and self-advocacy skills while championing acceptance and understanding of neurodivergent perspectives. Witnessing the growth and resilience of neurodivergent individuals as they embrace their unique strengths and navigate the world with confidence is both gratifying and inspiring.

Navigator of Life & Ally to all:

Being an ally to all means actively listening to and amplifying the voices of marginalized communities, advocating for equity and justice, and challenging systems of oppression. It involves committing to continuous learning and self-reflection to recognize and address one’s own biases and privileges. By fostering inclusivity and solidarity, allies contribute to creating a more equitable and compassionate society for everyone.


I received my Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Gannon University in 2020 and my Bachelors in Child and Family Studies from Keuka College in 2017. I have been a Licensed Professional Counselor since 2023, but have been working in various settings across the mental health field since 2017. I am trained in Eye Movement Reprocessing and Desensitization (EMDR) by Kase & Co. I prefer to take a holistic approach and pull from a wide range of skills and modalities such as Person-Centered Therapy, CBT, DBT, and EMDR to meet each client where they are in the moment. In my experience, a ‘one size fits all’ approach doesn’t honor that every person has a different set of needs and enters therapy for different reasons.


I’m a little nerdy and eclectic as a person too. I’m originally from NY state and moved to Colorado almost 4 years ago. I’m an avid hobbyist, plant mom, cat mom and lizard mom. Feel free to ask me about my endless list of interests. I’m confident we can connect over at least one! I look forward to meeting with you and getting to know you as I walk with you along your journey to building the life you desire and deserve.

Please contact our office today to schedule a free phone consultation. During this time our Client Care Coordinator can talk more about what’s going on and how I can help you feel better.

2121 South Oneida St.
Denver, CO 80224

(720) 863-6100

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Note: We do not accept any of the following: Bright Health, Medicare, or TriCare.
Note: Our providers do not prescribe or manage medication. For help with medication, please visit our friends at https://www.axismh.com/