Meet Our Team

Brian Beaumond Prof PhotoDr. Brian Beaumund is a licensed clinical psychologist and the director of Front Range Psychological Services (Colorado License #4397). He provides psychotherapy and assessment services to individuals, couples and groups in the Denver area. In addition to his clinical work, he is also an Adjunct Professor for the Graduate School of Professional Psychology at the University of Denver.



Dr. Alison Gothro is a postdoctoral candidate (Colorado License #14286). She utilizes an integrative approach in addressing: interpersonal relationship concerns, attachment, depression, anxiety, adjustment and transitional issues, autonomy and identity development, women’s health, eating disorders, and assessment. She has worked in a variety of settings including university counseling centers, eating disorder treatment centers, private practice, hospitals, and community mental health centers. In addition to her work at FRPS, she is a postdoctoral clinician with the Health and Counseling Center at the University of Denver.



Kim Mack is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She earned her Master of Science in Community Counseling from the University of Mary.  Additionally, she has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Dickinson State University.  Kim’s passion is in serving others and helping them to access their strengths in order to lead healthy and fulfilling lives. She works with children, adolescents, adults, groups and families from diverse cultural backgrounds with a variety of needs. Kim specializes in trauma, anxiety, depression, domestic violence, and family conflict. She has specialized training in Domestic Violence, Trauma Informed Care, Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health, Family Therapy, and Community Mental Health Settings. Kim has a strength based, client-centered approach which allows services to be adapted to each client’s needs with dignity and respect. Kim utilizes Cognitive Behavioral, Structural Family, TF-CBT, Child Parent Psychotherapy and Solution Focused interventions in working with individuals and families.

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