Behavioral Health Staff

Katey Parsons

Katey Parsons, M.Ed., LPC
Behavioral Health Counselor
Jefferson Center for Mental Health
Katey.Parsons@rrcc.edu
303.914.6655 (for appointments)
303.914.6316 (direct line)

Office:1566 Located in the Student Health Clinic

Katey Parsons is a Licensed Professional Counselor contracted with Red Rocks Community College through Jefferson Center for Mental Health.   She has been licensed in the state of Colorado for over 5 years and was previously licensed in Missouri where she earned her Master of Education degree in Educational and Counseling Psychology at the University of Missouri-Columbia.  Katey has worked in a number of settings including schools, non-profit agencies, and private practice and has always enjoyed participating in educational and mental health outreach activities.  She is very excited to be a part of the RRCC Student Health Center staff working collaboratively to provide quality healthcare services to the students.

Mary Nicoll, MA

Mary Nicoll, MA
Student Veteran & Military Family Counseling Services
Jefferson Center for Mental Health
maryn@jcmh.org
303.432.5304 (for appointments)
RRCC Office Hours: *Thursdays 0830-1200,
Room 2281, Located across the bridge, above the Learning Commons

 

Mary is a proud military family member. Her partner is a Marine and her brother a Soldier whom she saw through two deployments to Iraq. She spent time living in the Fort Hood Army community in Killeen, Texas and has devoted her life and work to the military community. She specializes in working with active-duty military, veterans, and their loved ones addressing integration and adjustment, depression, anxiety, anger/rage, Post-Traumatic Stress, Military Sexual Trauma, and other areas of growth. She earned her MA in Counseling at Naropa University (2013) with a concentration in Wilderness Therapy.  Mary offers on and off-campus support and services for RRCC student veterans or loved ones of veterans, which include confidential, individual counseling in areas such as: Life after the military: planning your next steps; Balancing school, work, social, and family life; Managing anxiety and stress; Relating in the civilian world; Accessing new tools for success; and Connection to community resources and events.

*Mary is available to meet off campus with students that cannot make Thursday campus office hours.