|Lincoln County was created in 1889 from parts of Elbert and Bent Counties. Geographically, the county forms a backward block L, which is 72 miles long and 48 miles wide in the south, but only 30 miles wide in the north. The total area of Lincoln County is 2,593 square miles of rolling prairie with several river valleys and numerous sandhills. Lincoln County geographically is part of the high plains portion of the Colorado Piedmont, as such the terrain is quite flat and ranges in elevation from 4,500 feet in the southeast to approximately 5,400 feet in the northwest.|
Office Location: 606 Main Street Limon, CO 80828
Phone: (719) 775-2313 Fax: (719) 775-2315
Office Hours: Monday- Friday 8am-6pm
Regional Operations Director
Kathleen Murray, MBA, LPC
Regional Operations Manager
Meet the Lincoln County Staff
Alexis Thrlow, LPC, CAC II
Areas of expertise in the with the following populations: Geriatric, Families, Couples, Adults and Adolescents.
Areas of expertise: Geriatrics, Bereavement/Death & Dying, Addiction/Dependence, Trauma, and Gender Related Issues.
With great humility I have been privileged to have gained knowledge, expertise and bear witness to individuals seeking a supporitive and safe envionment conducive for faciliting positive change. I retain expertise in the areas of human service work that include intimate therapeutic work with individuals struggling with Dementia/Alzheimer's impairments, grief, loss, and terminal illness. I have been honored to assist indiviudals, families and couples in resolving their trauma, decrasing sympomatic intensity and mental health challenges as a result of substance use, violence, loss, disease, legal system and or neurological sources that have impacted an individuals' life assisting them in the desire for support to facilitiate change resulting in an incrase in one's quality of life.
Alison Pusbach, MA, NCC
Treatment Expertise: Allison provides play therapy, individual and group treatment to individuals and families.
Allison has particular experience working with adults, adolescents and children who have experienced domestic violence and adults who have survived sexual assault.
Dallas Rabig, MA
Dallas provides Early Childhood services in Burlington, Elizabeth and Limon offices. Her primary office location is in Elizabeth.
Population Expertise: Specialize in the treatment oof Acute Stress Disorders, PTSD and other behavioral disorders. She works with children, adolescents and families.
Treatment Expertise: Treatment approach and techniques include Play Therapy (Trauma Focused Integrated Play Therapy, Gestalt Play Therapy and Filial Play Therapy), Her personal approach to the child and family is integrated, utilizing play, creative arts and client centered activities and techniques.
Dallas has a BS in Health Science and worked in corporate healthcare for eight years assisting the unisured in obtaining healthcare through state and federal programs. In 2011, she received a MA in Professional Counseling and became licensed in Alabama as an Associate Licensed Counselor at which time she began working in private practice, while also serving as a Child Advocate for the Baldwin County Domestic Violence Shelter.
Marque Schulte, BA
Areas of expertise in the following populations: Adolescents, Adults and Families
Marque began working with CMHC in 2012. She works as a Case Manager serving the Elizabeth and Limon offices. She is a co-facilitator for the Community Support Program and facilitator for the ADHD parenting program. Marque works with the pharmaceutical company patient assistance programs for free or reduced fee medications. Marque enjoys working in the Mental Health field and hopes to continue her educations towards a Master's degree.
I have had the pleasure of bringing my 20+ years of professional adminstrative skills to Centennial Mental Health Center. I am currently the Office Coordinator and provide support to our fabulous clients and CMHC Limon staff.
Richard E. Carroll, MA
Populations Served: Young Adults, Mature Adults, Elderly and Families
Areas of Expertise: Adjustment Issues, Behavioral Disorders, Substance Abuse, Adoption Issues, and Psychological Testing and Evaluation
Richard has worked with a wide variety of people and situations. He has taught in a number of private and public colleges and universities. While working for the Bureau of Prisions, he worked with offenders seeking to reintegrate with society. When with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, he worked with Native American individuals and families in dealing with substance abuse and family dysfunction in an educational setting. As a Sociologist working in coastalco mmunities in Alaska, he worked with native Inuit and Eskimo communities adjusting to the social changes brought about by off shore oil development. Richard has also been a student advisor in several institutions of higher learning.
Richard's objective is to help people live richer and happier lives.
Mental Health Professional
Terri Jensen, LPC, CACIII
Terri Jensen has worked for Centennial Mental Health Center since 1985. She has worked at Sterling Correctional facility in programming, supervising and in the adminstration of a substance abuse program that included a Therapeutic Community. Terri has found success with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and using a Client Centered Approach to therapy. She moved to Limon to provide a full time presence in the Limon community. The Limon office is now able to provide two full time clinical staff which are able to provide consistent service. Terri is currently active on the Logan County Child Protection team, Baby Bear Hugs Advisory Committee, Resources Unlimited Committee and the Juvenile Service Board (SB94) for the 18th Judical District. She is currently working on implementing a Domestic Violence program in the Limon office.