Behavioral Health Therapy

The path towards mental health is multiple. Besides ketamine therapy, we also provide other professional behavioral therapy services.

Mental health care for anxiety, depression & PTSD

Behavioral health care is a crucial component in guiding clients through challenges across a wide spectrum of emotional, behavioral, and cognitive challenges, such as PTSD, folks suffering effects of chronic pain, anxiety, and depression. It can be an impactful way to assist clients to process all areas of difficulty in their lives.

If you’re searching for professional behavioral health services to improve your mental health and rediscover your life purpose, our experienced providers can help you navigate through anxiety, depression, and PTSD with several treatment options to suit your needs. 

Regardless of where you are in your journey, our providers are ready to work with you.

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How does behavioral therapy work?

Behavioral health care is a collaborative treatment based on the relationship between an individual and a therapist. Grounded in dialogue, it provides a supportive environment that allows patients to talk openly with someone whose objective, neutral, and nonjudgmental approach aims at making patients feel heard, understood, and supported.

Allowing patients to deal with their mental health symptoms, this treatment helps build self-esteem, reduce anxiety, strengthen coping mechanisms, and improve social and community functioning.

Talk therapy and other services

Klarisana’s therapy services are offered through a number of different modalities, including strengths-based therapy, somatic therapy, trauma-focused therapy, internal family systems therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy.

Psychotherapy services can be reinforced by ketamine therapy as a supplement if the patient feels ready and wishes to do so. Both behavioral and ketamine therapy serve their respective roles, but one is not necessarily better than the other; they are both tools that can aid and supplement one another.

Meet our BH

The diversity in our clinicians and their different approaches to behavioral health care attest to the quality of our services and commitment to our patients’ well-being.

Insurance coverage

Our behavioral health services are covered by insurance to offer some of the most affordable rates in the industry. Please call to determine your coverage, as this may vary by provider.

Schedule an appointment

If you wish to know more about behavioral therapy, we’re here to answer any questions and provide details according to your specific needs.

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Trista Charnas
Behavioral Health Provider
Trista Charnas is a licensed professional counselor with a background in case management and counseling children, adolescents and families. Her experience in play therapy has translated nicely into the world of psychedelic medicine allowing her to comfortably work with the abstract and unordinary. Trista works from a strength based and solution focused approach meeting her patients where they’re at and always with unconditional positive regard. Trista prides herself on making therapy feel like you’re talking to an old friend and encourages you to kick off your shoes and get cozy on her couch; therapy can be difficult enough, why not get comfy? When she’s not working Trista enjoys watching her son play soccer, taking naps whenever possible, and watching Purdue basketball.
Becca Machost
Licensed Clinical Social Worker

I am from Dallas, TX and have been practicing as an LCSW in Colorado since February 2019. I graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science degree in social work and psychology. I graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with a Master of Social Work degree in 2018.

I have done intensive in-home therapy, family therapy, and provided crisis management services. I have worked in an inpatient psychiatric hospital setting with adults and adolescents, as well as a school-based setting.

I utilize a holistic, non-direct, client-centered, and strengths-based therapeutic style.  I am equipped with a unique and personalized combination of cognitive and experiential techniques such as Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Internal Family Systems (IFS), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), mindfulness-based techniques, inner child work, attachment-based interventions, and approach clients with a trauma-focused lens. 

I specialize in helping people navigate the effects of traumatic events, reparent their inner child, and reconstruct identities from a place of self-compassion, wisdom, personal values, and conscious choices.

I provide a warm and compassionate safe space to meet you where you’re at and walk alongside you to create a wholehearted life as your favorite Self.

Courtney Szigetvari
Director of Behavioral Health
As an LCSW-S, I specialize in working with complex trauma, dissociation, and psychedelic-assisted therapy and integration. I work from a social justice lens and have an understanding of issues related to racism, xenophobia, classism, heterosexism, transphobia, religious prejudice, ageism, ableism, and fatphobia.

I use the following modalities in the work I do with clients: Internal Family Systems (IFS), EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, Play Therapy, Interpersonal Neurobiology, psychoanalysis, Psychodynamic Therapy, Gestalt Therapy, family therapy, feminist therapy, humanistic therapy, CBT, DBT, Narrative Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing. I am IFS Level 2 trained and EMDR trained. Further, I am MAPS trained in MDMA-assisted therapy.
Shannon Andrews
Behavioral Health Provider
I have my Bachelor of Arts in Social Work from Colorado State University, and my Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Regis University.

Throughout my career, I have worked in various settings such as community service organizations, psychiatric hospital, and private practice. I also spent 3 years in England working for social services in England, which offered me significant professional and personal experience.

My role at Klarisana has been my greatest honor. Working with psychedelic medicine is unique and awe-inspiring. I aim to provide a welcoming, safe space where you can fully be yourself. I believe we all have the capacity to grow, learn, and change, and have innate strengths to draw upon. My counseling approach considers your needs and personality while incorporating evidence-based interventions. Wherever you are in your journey, I would be honored to be alongside you.

My personal interests include my love of being a mom, quality time with family and friends, puzzles, documentaries, and stand-up comedy.