Kathryn Hanjani MA, LPCC, NCC

Born and raised in Colorado, Kathryn Hanjani knew from a young age that she was called to be a mental health therapist. She enjoys working with individuals who are at a crossroads in their lives and need some support to move forward with grace and compassion. At Pure Grace Counseling, she can assist you by giving her full attention and providing a safe, judgement free space that allows you to verbalize the moments in your life that have caused you pain, suffering and confusion. She understands the courage it takes to reach out for help and also believes that for overall well being, talk therapy can prevent life’s struggles from consuming you.

   

Kathryn Hanjani recognizes how important it is to find a therapist that is the right fit for you and appreciates your consideration 

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Qualifications & Experience

 

Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate

Over 8 Years of Experience working in Human Resources

Private Practice: 1 Year in Business as of February 1, 2021

Education & Training

Regis University

Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

(graduated Magna cum laude Aug. 2019)

Metropolitan State University Denver

Graduated Dec. 2010

Bachelors in Psychology

Minor in Human Services

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Counseling Experience

Denver Affordable Counseling - Lakewood, CO

Working with individuals providing mental health counseling.

Metropolitan State University of Denver Career Counseling - Denver, CO

Assisting undergraduates find careers that fit with their majors and/or helped students apply

to graduate school.

Aspen Ridge Recovery - Lakewood, CO

Substance Abuse therapy, group therapy, & individual therapy.

Welcome Home Warrior

Welcoming veterans & their families with therapy & fun at a weekend retreat in Divide, CO.

9 Health Fair

Stress management station.

Gestalt Equine Institute of the Rockies - Golden, CO

Experience in training with service animals; learning the importance of treating service animals with respect & upholding therapeutic ethics to protect their well being during therapy.

"Even the darkest night will end and the sun will rise" ~Victor Hugo