Trey Cole, PsyD, ABPP

Quandary Peak Counseling in Denver, Colorado is a welcoming environment where clients from the age of 12 onward receive personalized counseling services from Trey Cole, PsyD, ABPP. Dr. Cole is a top psychologist with over 14 years of experience in providing mental health services in a variety of settings, helping clients cope with problems ranging from anxiety and depression to bipolar disorder and trauma. Quandary Peak Counseling is known for providing quality work and services in the Denver, Colorado area.

Quandary Peak Counseling provides client-focused psychotherapy services from existential and relational approaches. Additionally, Dr. Cole has experience with humanistic, experiential, psychodynamic, and cognitive-behavioral approaches. He also offers relationship therapy, stress-management support, and grief and bereavement counseling.

After spending approximately six years as a mental health provider in the U.S. Army, Dr. Cole earned his master’s and doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Denver.

Following licensure, he completed several post-doctoral training programs, accumulating the hours to receive board certifications in Clinical Psychology and Traumatic Stress. In addition to delivering expert psychotherapy services, Dr. Cole has also been a consultant, supervisor, and professor at a several universities.

New clients are welcome at Quandary Peak Counseling. All documentation and payments are completely electronic to ensure privacy and convenience for clients. Appointments can be made by calling the practice or requesting one online.

Maddy Bollinger, MA, LPC

Maddy gained her Master’s degree in 2018 from the University of Denver’s Counseling Psychology program with a focus on Clinical Mental Health. In her training and post-graduate experience, she has primarily worked with children, adolescents, and young adults with depression, anxiety, and trauma across a variety of settings; including the local public school systems, an intensive outpatient program, and in community-based and outpatient programs.

While Maddy is mainly relationally focused, she also has experience with trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, exposure-response prevention, psychoanalysis, and psychodynamic approaches. Her specialty is working with adolescents, young adults, and anyone who is interested in exploring identity development, interpersonal relationship issues, and life transitions. She also welcomes couples, friends, or siblings who are seeking support in improving their relationship with one another. In the therapeutic process, she finds it vital to utilize authenticity, humor, and connection to gain insight and create shifts in how we approach our life and our relationships.

Contact Maddy at (720) 649-0933