Lauren Franklin

Lauren joined DCAC in 2022 as a Child and Family Therapist. She received a Master’s in Marital and Family Therapy (MFT) from the University of San Diego, where she also received a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing. During her undergraduate studies, she co-founded a storytelling program on her college campus in which she trained […]

Amy Bell

Amy is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Colorado and Texas. Amy obtained her master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Texas at Arlington and bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Southern Methodist University. Following graduation, Amy began her Social Work career in the foster care and adoption field for 10 years. Amy has […]

Kate Millichamp

Kate joined DCAC in 2021 as a Bilingual Child and Family Therapist. Kate received her Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Texas at Austin. During her undergraduate studies, Kate worked as a Recovery Technician at a residential treatment program, was a part-time volunteer in local residential detox and long-term treatment programs, and completed […]

Christa Grauert

Christa graduated from Regis University with her Master’s Degree in Counseling and a certificate in Child and Adolescent Therapy. She has been a part of the Denver Children’s Advocacy Center team since 2017 when she began as a clinical intern. Christa is originally from Portland, OR where she graduated from Oregon State University with a […]

Macee Broer

Macee obtained her Master’s of Science from San Diego State University in Child Development with a concentration in Early Childhood Mental Health, and graduated from Notre Dame de Namur University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Macee interned at Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego, CA, where she was able to apply a trauma-focused […]

Emily Murphy

Emily joined DCAC as a Bilingual Child & Family Therapist in 2019. After receiving her bachelor’s degree in Spanish and Theology from Benedictine College in Kansas, she moved to Honduras for 2 ½ years where she volunteered at a children’s home. Emily returned to her home state of Colorado to complete her master’s in Social Work […]

Samantha Mastaler

Samantha joined DCAC in 2021. After receiving her bachelor’s degree from Gonzaga University in 2015, Samantha spent time in the Jesuit volunteer corps where she worked at a domestic violence shelter in Cleveland. Samantha returned to her home state of Colorado in 2016 to complete her Master’s degree in Social Work at the University of Denver. […]

Emma Skok

Emma joined the DCAC team of therapists in early 2020. She has been working with children and families for the past decade and is passionate about supporting those who are dealing with trauma. A Colorado native, Emma first learned about Children’s Advocacy Centers as an intern at one of the advocacy centers in New Orleans […]

Meagan Rohde

Meagan received her Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Denver in 2014 and began working with DCAC as an intern in 2013. Before joining the team, Meagan interned with Denver Urban Scholars and worked with the  Fostering Healthy Futures research team at the Kempe Center.  Prior to pursuing her education, she also had the opportunity to volunteer with domestic violence organizations, and […]

Daniela Perez

Daniela is a child and family therapist and early childhood mental health consultant who works with English and Spanish speakers. Daniela is a Licensed Professional Counselor, she obtained her master’s degree in Clinical Counseling from University of Northern Colorado and completed her undergraduate education in her home state of California where she attended California State […]