Peaks Recovery Centers
Peaks Recovery Centers are located in the beautiful state of Colorado and are nationally accredited, gender specific, residential-extended care addiction treatment program for young adult men and women, ages 18-29. Long-term treatment works! Call us to learn more today!
Jason would, first and foremost, describe himself as a husband and a father of two children. A Colorado native, Jason also enjoys the outdoors particularly backpacking, mountaineering and just breathing the Rocky Mountain air. Professionally, Jason has worked in a variety of modalities as a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Addiction Counselor (EMDR trauma certified). Notably he has started a successful outpatient practice on numerous occasions. But Jason's heart has always been in walking with individuals and families struggling with addiction to find transformation, healing and freedom from addiction.
As a person, I find it important to be “present” for life, whether spending time with my family, hanging out with my dog, reading, biking, writing, hiking, cooking, whatever. As a psychologist, I also strive to understand people in the context of the many stories of their lives. So-called “alternative” approaches to treatment are part of this sensibility, and not just for substance misuse difficulties. Yoga therapy, equine-facilitated psychotherapy, and other experiential ways to look at therapy can cultivate transformations that programs limited to traditional talk therapy simply can’t. I’ve worked with people struggling with substances in many different settings, and definitely appreciate that changes really can’t occur without some kind of connection being forged and honored.
Heidi Dike Kingston received her Master of Social Work from the University of Southern Indiana and her Bachelor of Social Work from Ball State University. She is also a Certified Clinical Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drugs Social Worker. Ms. Dike Kingston’s past experience includes holding a clinical role at Hazelden Foundation, treating both adolescent and adult patients. She served as a National Community Relations Representative for The Meadows for over seven years and held a clinical role as a Workshops Manager at The Meadows. Ms. Dike Kingston has served as a Social Worker at both Fort Carson and Fort Bragg in the Warrior Transition Battalion and Army Substance Abuse Program. Ms. Dike Kingston recently did Community Outreach work for CeDAR and was inspired by their tremendous contributions the program makes to the Colorado community. Heidi is most passionate about connecting individuals with the most clinically appropriate services available, be it individual therapy, inpatient care, intervention services or intensives. Peaks Recovery Centers work with a very select group of young adults and strives to be clinically appropriate for the population they serve, making the Peaks programs an ideal fit. Heidi will also be taking on a small, but signifiant clinical role in relation to trauma work here at Peaks Recovery Centers as well.
Tami's journey in the professional field of addictions began in 2008. She is the Peaks Outpatient Program therapist and coordinator. She has a Bachelors degree in Human Service, a Certified Addictions Counselor level III, EMDR and auricular trained therapist, and is currently working on her Masters in Clinical Mental Health. Her years in this field bring an array of experiences from working with the addicted person, facilitating family program, and working in the community reaching out to professionals working with substance use disorders. Tami has over 16 years of personal recovery with a solid 12 step foundation; her passion is helping the addicted person and their family find their way into recovery, assisting them with a holistic approach to allow them to find the value in their experiences.
I see life as a joyful noise even in the mist of hard times. I heard that joyful noise 21 years ago when my struggle with alcohol/drugs ended. I have lived the struggle within active addiction and the struggle to get out of addiction. I contribute my sobriety to developing a life of spirituality, healthy interaction with my family, and working a 12 step program of recovery. I love integrating humor within the therapeutic setting to foster hope and change. I strongly believe that change in thought patterns leads to changes in perceptions, which changes behavior. I have been working in the field of addiction for the past 20 years and has dedicated my life to helping others. I am currently a state certified therapist with a Counseling Addiction Level III licensure and will be completing my BS in Psychology in the near future.
Year Business Started:2014
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