Alyce Duckworth Alyce Duckworth, LCSW has about 15 years’ experience working in a variety of positions within the Mental Health arena. She has worked as a Clinical Supervisor for outpatient therapists, therapy interns and Day Treatment staff. She has also worked on the “front line” as a therapist with individuals of all ages, families and groups. Alyce has authored regular mental health columns for various newspapers in the Denver Metro area over the past 10 years. The goal of these columns has been to reduce the stigma associated with Mental Illness and Therapy while explaining related concepts in terms that make sense to laypeople in the broader community. Alyce enjoys public speaking whenever someone will give up the microphone to her. She has presented on many different topics related to trauma and bio-psycho-social functioning. Alyce has consulted with groups, including local SWAT teams, on managing the trauma reactions of staff and community members to minimize violent outcomes. She enjoys using out of the ordinary approaches; including improvisational comedy, art, rhythm, right brain activities, and body/mind fusion; to elucidate concepts and promote healing. Alyce has an extreme ambition to deconstruct every societal barrier to human well-being while putting the needs and best interests of mental health consumers before ALL other goals. She is currently testing the viability of this ambition in the real world, having co-founded Creekside Collaborative Therapy; A Network of Trauma-Informed Clinicians in Centennial. (720) 635-9864  
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