Rebecca Brennan

I have been a Marriage and Family Therapist since 2012 and began the Monumental Therapy Practice in 2021, and we now have seven employees. I graduated at the top of my class from Regis University in 2012. My specialty is working with marriages and families. I am trauma-trained, Gottman level II trained and trained in EMDR. I also have a certification in dealing with affairs and am well-versed in Attachment styles. I take most insurances or self-pay.

I am currently working on my doctorate in Marriage and Family. I am married and a mother of three and I have three stepchildren. I enjoy downhill skiing, hiking, and traveling. I am also very passionate about physical fitness and I am a certified Les Mills Body Pump instructor.

My goal is to serve the community by putting people over profits. I have a passion for working with troubled marriages and giving them a heartbeat again.



Laura Acosta - Telehealth

Laura Acosta

My name is Laura Acosta. I am a Marriage and Family Therapist Candidate providing in person and telehealth behavioral services in Colorado. I was born in Cuba and raised in Queens, New York.

My education consists of a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Louisville, a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage & Family Therapy from the Chaminade University of Honolulu, and currently working on my Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at California Southern University.

My goal and passion are to apply my professional and personal experience in a field committed to the service of others.



Elizabeth Leibel

My name is Elizabeth Leibel, and I am a Marriage and Family Therapist intern studying at Colorado Christian University. My passion is to help people recognize, understand, and change unhelpful patterns of thought/ behavior and lead them into more fulfilling, satisfying, and healthy relationships with others.

I especially have a heart for step families and individuals who are going through or have gone through divorce/death of a spouse. I am originally from Grand Rapids, MI, but have lived in WI for 13 years as well as CO for the past 8 years. Some of my favorite things to do are CrossFit, running, waterskiing, surfing, hiking, and traveling. I also love spending time with my daughters and friends for game night. Growing and developing relationships with others is something that brings me great joy, and I look forward to building that with my clients as well.


Tim Williams

Henry Timothy Williams III (Tim) is a Graduate Student pursuing a Master’s of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling here at Colorado Christian University. Tim holds a Masters of Arts in Leadership and  Management Webster University, he is a native of South Carolina who believes that there are not many issues in life that cannot be solved if we are willing to put the work in.

Serving people has always been his passion and his 25 years of experience gained in the Army as a Command Sergeant Major is instrumental in helping other seek out and resolve life’s challenges. Tim brings more than a decade of experience working with people from all walks of life as he serves as an Elder in his church and Employee advocate in the Federal Government.



Renee Galvan

My name is Renée Galvan, and I am a second-year graduate student in the Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Colorado Christian University. I am a Professional Counselor intern. I received my bachelor’s degree at Nazarene Bible College in Counseling in 2006.

I believe that everyone has the capacity to receive healing but many need help with the tools necessary to get there. My passion is to work with adult individuals to find the tools that will help them heal and live life well. I am honored that others would invite me to walk alongside them as they navigate hurdles, difficulties, as well as milestones in their lives.  I like to take an integrative and holistic mind-body-spirit approach to therapy.

I have lived in many different states while my family was in the Military but have called Colorado Springs home for the past 24 years. I enjoy working on a good puzzle, reading a good spy novel, and traveling.



Jennifer Hight

Jennifer Hight

At its core, psychotherapy is an interpersonal learning setting where a constantly evolving therapeutic relationship teaches us how to confront life’s challenges and stressors. I believe in co-creating a personal experience for each client to better understand and interpret emotions while developing a more adaptive life narrative; this increases self-awareness and ultimately moves clients toward transformation. I welcome clients with compassion, curiosity, and authenticity while encouraging clients to become better aware of their growth edges as they navigate toward balance, self-acceptance, healthy boundaries, and positive change.

I hold a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health from Adams State University, and a Bachelor of
Arts in Psychology from Fort Lewis College. I use a relational approach to cognitive behavioral
therapies as well as considering the psychodynamic importance of each client’s story. Together,
these frameworks help to both inspire self-understanding and provide clients with skills and
knowledge about themselves, others, and the world. I specialize in trauma, adolescents, early
adulthood/college life, depression, anxiety, and LBGTQ+ issues. I believe a strong therapeutic
alliance can successfully alleviate emotional pain and discomfort by helping others heal through
self-exploration and living more consciously.

“In order to be who we truly are, we have to let go of who we think we are.” – Ram Dass