Cathy Summer, LCSW, former JFS Boulder manager, recently joined the JFS Boulder team as a part-time therapist. Summer comes with a wealth of skill and experience working with older adults and other specialized populations. She has developed a deep understanding of the challenges faced by her clients and their loved ones through her experience in private practice as a psychotherapist and her previous work with JFS Boulder.
Summer also has vast experience in grief counseling and currently co-facilitates the virtual JFS Boulder grief support group. Kammi Siemens, JFS Boulder director, says, “Because Cathy is a dedicated therapist and a seasoned group facilitator, we are thrilled to have her join our team as a part-time therapist.”
She is now accepting clients via teletherapy, which uses a variety of technologies to deliver virtual services by connecting therapists with clients by phone or through an online video call. To learn more about counseling services, please contact Cathy Summer at email@example.com or 720.248.4687.
About JFS Boulder
JFS Boulder helps individuals maintain a high quality of life through programs and services that keep them supported, connected, and engaged. Services include care management, counseling, companionship, emergency assistance, and holiday celebrations. Learn more at jewishfamilyservice.org/boulder.
About Jewish Family Service of Colorado
Founded in 1872, Jewish Family Service of Colorado (JFS) is a nonsectarian, nonprofit human services agency serving metro Denver and Boulder. JFS believes in strengthening the community by providing vital services to vulnerable individuals and families. JFS offers a variety of programs to help those in need navigate life’s challenges through integrated support. The full continuum of care includes helping older adults stay supported, connected, and engaged as they age while maintaining a high quality of life; providing quality mental health counseling and case management to children, adults, immigrants, and refugees; offering training, job placement, and community enrichment to people with disabilities; and providing housing stability, employment support, and food security to individuals and families. Every year, the agency serves thousands of individuals and impacts more than 15,000 people of all faiths, races, ages, incomes, and abilities. Learn more at jewishfamilyservice.org.