Phillips County is located on the beautiful high plains of Northeastern Colorado, was formed in 1889 and named for R.O. Phillips, secretary of the Lincoln Land Company - subsidiary of Burlington Railroads. The county's primary industry is agriculture as 40% of income is derived from the commodity sales of cattle, hogs, corn, wheat, and other crops. It is one of the most productive farming and ranching regions in our country.
Phillips County is proud of the focus on tradition, family, and values. The County excels in it's schools, educational opportunities, healthcare, access to high speed technology and a friendly clean atmosphere. Haxtun, Paoli, Holyoke, and Amherst are the towns located in Phillips County. These wonderful small rural towns in Phillips County have much to offer. They are within one hour of many recreational and cultural opportunties including boating, fishing, water skiing, great hunting, golf, biking, hiking, and movie theaters. Phillips County is a wonderful place to raise a family or age gracefully with activities for all ages.
Centennial's office is located at: 115 N. Campbell Holyoke, CO 80734
Phone: (970) 854-2114 Fax: (970) 854-4584
Centennial's office is open: Monday - Friday 8am-12 pm and 1pm-5pm
The Holyoke staff provide outpatient clinical services throughout the lifespan in both individual and group treatment modalities. Treatment services include psychiatric evaluations, mental health and substance use disorder treatment services.
Regional Operations Director
Lindy Barnhill, CAC III
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Regional Operations Manager
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Meet the Outpatient Staff
Ann Tompkins, MS
Areas of Expertise: Social-emotional development of children, depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss and play therapy.
Ann provides parent and caregiver education, including but not limited to developmental challenges and behaviors. She is the facilitator of the ADHD clinic and the Dina Dinosaur Group.
Jessica Varner, MA
Populations served: Children, Adolescents and Adults
Treatment expertise includes: Individual, group and family therapy, psycho-educational therapy and play therapy.
Issue of expertise includes: Mood Disorders, Anxiety, Adjustment Disorders, Dual Diagnosis - Substance Abuse and Mental Health, Crisis Evaluation and Intervention and Emergency Services.
Jessica began working for Centennial in October of 2012. While attending the University of Northern Colorado, she completed an internship working with children, adolescents, couples and families. Jessica also completed an internship working with victims of domestic violence in undergraduate school. Jessica has some training in the speciality of music therapy.
Jose Leon, CAC II
Populations served: Adolescents, Adults and Families
Area of expertise: Substance Use Disorders
Jose provides treatment services in Julesburg, Holyoke, Sterling, Yuma and Wray offices. He is the co-facilitator for the Parenting With Love and Limits Program. Jose provides both individual and group treatment substance use disorder services. He also serves as a mentor for youth.
Kyle von Holtum
Kyle provides Mental Health treatment for adults and adolescents. Kyle is the facilitator of the Parenting with Love and Limits program, serving Logan, Phillips, and Sedgwick counties.
After a stint in the military as a medical technician/technologist, Kyle had the opportunity to volunteer with the Boys and Girls Club of America, and that is when he decided he would much rather work with people than machines. With some help from an old friend from the ski patrol, Kyle learned to rock climb, and since then he has had a taste for adventure. In combining the two, wanting to work with people, and adventurous living, Kyle came up with his unique style of approaching wellness. He often says, "It's worth the risk to invest in people, one adventure at a time."
Nicole Schroeder, MSW, LCSW
Populations served: Children, Adolescents, Adults, Geriatric, and Families
Areas of expertise: Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Adjustment Disorders, At-Risk Youth, Chronic Mental Illness, Grief and Loss, Women's Issues, Crisis Management, Animal Assisted Therapy, Play Therapy
Nicole grew up around the Chicago suburbs, in a family of helping professionals. The act of service was instilled in her from the time she can remember. Prior to graduation from high school, she had been a part of several service learning projects throughout the US and abroad. Due to her passion for helping others, Nicole decided to major in Social Work. She graduated with honors from Winona State University in 2005. While there, she completed field placements in a day treatment projgram for children and residential facility for chronically mentally ill individuals. She completed her intership witht he Prenatal Care Coordination Program through Gunderson Lutheran Hospital. Throughout her undergrad, Nicole was employed by the Mayo Health System providing support to Chronically Mentally lll individuals.
Nicole earned her Master's in Social Work with an emphasis in social work from the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh. She completed her Master's level internship with a Community Support Program in Manatowoc County Wisconsin. Her thesis work was in the area of post-partum depression. While working towards her Master's Degree, Nicole worked as a medical social worker at Aurora Baycare Medical Center in Green Bay, WI.
After Nicole graduated, she accepted a position as a mental health therapist at a residential facility in Wisconsin, where she worked with high risk youth and their families. Nicole joined Centennial in 2009. She and her canine companion Noah became a registered pet therapy team to Therapy Dogs Inc. in July 2009. Nicole completed clinical hours towards licensure in 2010 and earned her LCSW. She is a trained Parenting with Love and Limits facilitator and was the primary therapist for this program until the Spring of 2012.
Nicole utilizes a system's approach, along with Solution Focused, CBT and DBT techniques. Nicole is also trained in experiential play therapy.