Meet Isaac Archuleta, Professional Counselor
Meet Isaac Archuleta, MA, LPC, NCC
Isaac graduated from a CACREP accredited program at Denver Seminary in May of 2011, earning a masters degree in Community Counseling. Isaac conducted major research that assessed the interactions between gay individuals and the Christian church, an issue that inspires his professional focus. Since Isaac has dealt with personal issues in a therapeutic setting, he knows the value of feeling safe, accepted, and understood within the counseling relationship. In addition, his personal experiences have been refined and conceptualized through his formal education, allowing Isaac the ability to offer efficient professional care to clients and family members who deal with the variety of issues life can produce.
After completing his undergraduate course work in 2006, Isaac worked as a Child Protection Family Therapist where he provided counseling services for families. In addition, Isaac works within the realm of substance addiction, where he provides individual counseling and group therapy.
Psychotherapist, Janelle Hallman & Associates, Westminster, CO, 2011 - present.
Psychotherapist in Private Practice, Denver, CO, 2011 - present.
Student Intern, Janelle Hallman & Associates, Westminster, CO, 2010-2011.
Counselor, Right Avenue Counseling, Centennial, CO, 2008-present.
Child Protection Family Therapist, Savio House, Denver, CO, 2007-2008.
Youth and Children’s Program Director, Central Assembly of God, Granby, CO, 2002.
Director of Development, Desert Hope Ministeries, Denver, CO, 2011 - present.
A Christian non-profit organization offering conferences, retreats, education and speaking services related to Biblical and psychological perspectives on relational and sexual wholeness. Westminster, Colorado (2001 – present). Visit Desert Hope's Website.
Master of Arts in Community Counseling, Denver Seminary, Denver, CO, 2008-2011.
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, 2001-2006.