Keri Sawyer | LPC

We live in a world that is highly relational and we often find that our problems have systemic roots in relationship. I work with individuals who are interested in having healthy connections with self and others. For interpersonal health to be possible it is essential to foster a healthy relationship with oneself. When we are healthy we are able to interact with others in a way that does not cause us deep pain and ongoing frustration.

Our minds and bodies are deeply connected! Movement can be essential to growth and awareness. I typically utilize a combination of talk, experiential, and mindfulness approaches to help individuals experience healing in a dynamic way, connecting our minds back with our body and understanding emotions in a deeper way.

I would be honored to talk to you today! Call me for a free phone consultation!

Academic Background
M.A. in Counseling, Colorado Christian University, Lakewood, CO

B.A. Spiritual Formation, Wheaton College, Wheaton IL

Keri’s Areas of Specialty

College Students

Pornography Addiction

Substance Abuse 

Expressive Arts Therapy

Perfectionism & Anxiety

Relationships & Boundries 


“I’m so thankful I was able to see Keri. After working with her I am better at handling relational stressors because I now have a better understanding of who I am within relationships.” -KM

“I came to Keri very depressed and isolated. She helped me discover some key strengths I possess and now I see hope within my healing process.” -CR

“Keri is an unbelievably relational and perceptive person.  She has a uniquely calm persona that has helped me through a variety of issues I’ve been working on.” -JP

Articles by Keri

Your Body Is the Map to Managing Stress

Every person is confronted with a number of stressors on a daily basis. Whether it is through work, school, relationships, or past negative experiences, we all find ourselves having to manage external and internal stressors. Sometimes we have so many stressors active...

Rest and Recovery From The College Semester

The Extremes Of Semester Output and Intense Non-Restful Rest Anyone in college knows what the end of a fall semester looks like: you’re studying all day and night, taking tests all the time, writing more papers than you have written in your entire high school...