Kevin Petersen, MA, LMFT, is a dedicated, caring, and understanding professional who works with families in crisis. Kevin was born and raised in Palo Alto, CA and earned a bachelors from USC in 1994, and enjoyed a prosperous career in Sales and Marketing before he decided to return to school in 2008. Kevin has earned a Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and has a Certificate in Child and Adolescent Counseling, both from Regis University. He started his career working as a therapist for Arapahoe Douglas Mental Health Network in Child and Family Services in 2011, before opening his private practice in 2014. Petersen Family Counseling specializes in working with families and individuals struggling with addictions, codependency, and parenting. Kevin earned his LMFT in March of 2017 and published “Chronic Hope: Parenting the Addicted Child” in October 2019.
Kevin began his journey of recovery in May 1991 and has been sober ever since. He lives in Denver with his wife, Amy, and three Boston Terriers, Otis, Bert and Blanche.
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