Emily Inman, PsyD
Jeff Citro, M.A., LPC
Jessica May, M.A., LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Jessica is a Licensed Professional Counselor who received her Master’s Degree from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She completed her practicum with the Veteran’s Administration in Colorado Springs and Pueblo on the Substance Abuse Treatment Program unit where she was fortunate enough to work with Veterans on an individual basis, in group therapy, and in the Partial Hospitalization Program. Jessica completed her graduate internship with Mental Health Services at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs where she worked with a wide variety of student needs, and was trained by leading clinicians in their respective specialities. Jessica completed her post-degree training here at Neurofeedback Colorado Springs, Inc. where she received training in neuropsychology and neurofeedback from the region’s leading Neuropsychologist. Her therapeutic lens and primary focus is with interpersonal trauma and attachment injuries, although she has had success in treating clients with a broad range of presenting considerations to include depression, anxiety, adjustment, and grief and loss, among others. In her downtime, Jessica loves hanging out with her seven year-old daughter. Together they try to hike, camp, practice yoga, and watch movies as much as they can.
Bailey Westerfield-Cao, B.A., NLC
Bailey holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs and she is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling as well as a certificate in play therapy from Adams State University. Bailey has three years of experience working as a Registered Behavior Technician, providing ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) therapy to children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Bailey specializes in childhood, adolescent and teenage concerns, behavioral therapy and LGBTQ related matters. Bailey enjoys hiking, CrossFit, white water rafting, and spending time with her family.
Lexie Greitzer is a registered dietitian. She attended Indiana University where she received her B.S. in nutrition and a minor in exercise science. She received her Master of Science in Sports Nutrition from University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. Lexie is currently working towards becoming a Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD). She has experience working with athletes in the collegiate setting. Lexie is passionate about improving people’s relationship and believes that it is key to reaching one’s health goals. Prior to moving to Colorado, Lexie worked in the clinical setting for two years where she worked with a wide range of disease states and was in charge of the renal unit. In her spare time, Lexie is either running, cooking, or playing with her puppy Henry.
LPC, M.A., M.Ed.
Sarah Stover is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Colorado, with a primary focus on trauma and resiliency. Sarah attended the University of Colorado- Colorado Springs for her Master of Arts in Counseling. A Michigan native, Sarah has lived in four states and one foreign country prior to moving to Colorado Springs. Through experience, education, and research, Sarah believes in the importance of mind-body integration in the practice of mental health and well-being. Sarah uses a person-centered, trauma-informed approach that emphasizes the use of mindfulness and practical skill application. Drawing on the influences of existential psychotherapy and social engagement theory, Sarah incorporates concepts of empathic connection, social responsibility, and humor into her practice. Sarah can often be found on local trails in her spare time, running or hiking with her dogs. She enjoys coffee, gummy bears, good books, TikTok videos, and laughing until her face hurts
Mary oversees the administrative side of our practice. She has always had empathy for people and their different walks of life. Mary holds a special place in her heart for family dynamics. Mary is one of the first people you will speak to when you call. She is in charge of our administrative staff, appointment scheduling, coordinating psychological and neuropsychological testing, and handles all of our billing. She will facilitate meetings and treatment with our clinicians so you can get the best possible care we have to offer. In her downtime, she enjoys spending time with her two little boys, hiking and swimming.
Sabrina joined the NFCS team in December 2020. She enjoys traveling and sight seeing. Sabrina believes it is important to invest in oneself and to grow as much as possible. She misses her family in Nicaragua, where she is from, but it’s been a pleasure for her to make new friends in the United States!