Contact Information and Staff

Office Phone:
(970) 491-5093
Location:
Gifford Building Room 119
502 West Lake Street
Fort Collins, CO 80523

 

Mailing address:
Child Trauma and Resilience Assessment Center
502 W Lake Street
Colorado State University
Campus Delivery 1570
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1570


Stephanie Seng

Stephanie Seng is the director for the Colorado State University Children's Trauma & Resilience Assessment Center and the Center for Family and Couple Therapy. She has practiced as a marriage and family therapist since 1994. She has specialized in serving a variety of populations across the Northern Colorado area including individuals and families around issues of parenting, grief and loss, and various forms of trauma. She is an AAMFT approved supervisor and has been supervising Master’s level therapists for the last 10 years.

(970) 491-5207
sseng@colostate.edu

Stephanie Dalager

Stephanie Dalager is a Minnesota native, where she learned to be tough enough to make it through the winter while still keeping her “Minnesota Nice.” She got her undergraduate degree at St. Olaf College and worked in business strategy and research prior to making a big life change to pursue a career as a therapist. Stephanie graduated from Colorado State University with a Master of Science in Human Development and Family Studies with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2017. Since this time, Stephanie has been working as a clinician in the Child Trauma and Resilience Assessment Center where she is grateful to be able to learn from children and teens about their resilience and create communities that can support kids who have experienced complex trauma. Stephanie also works as an individual, couple, and family therapist, with specific interests in utilizing mindfulness-based therapeutic techniques. She enjoys all things related to being outdoors, practicing and teaching yoga, trail running, gardening, and spending time with her pup Potato.

Erandi Herndon

Erandi Herndon was born in Mexico City, Mexico and moved to the United States with her sister and mother at the age of six. As a native born Mexican immigrant, Erandi experienced and witnessed first-hand some of the daily challenges that the underprivileged and underrepresented populations face in the United States. While studying at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, she majored in Psychology with a minor in Ethnic Studies and Spanish. Erandi earned her Master’s degree from Colorado State University (CSU) in Human Development and Family Studies with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy. Erandi is a bilingual and bicultural clinician at the Child Trauma and Resilience Assessment Center (CTRAC) and focused on promoting social justice principles. Erandi also works with the Latinx community of Fort Collins to provide culturally-competent individual, couples, and family therapy. Erandi also enjoys being outdoors, running, watching movies, and spending time with her cat!

Kate French

Kate French was born in Leadville, Colorado and received a Bachelor’s degree in Biology, a Master’s in Food Science and Human Nutrition, and most recently a Master’s in Human Development and Family Studies with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy. Before becoming a clinician at the Child Trauma and Resilience Assessment Center and a therapist at the Center for Family and Couple Therapy, Kate worked in the skiing, rafting, insurance, theatre, retail, and restaurant industries. She loves her work as a clinician working with children and families who have experienced trauma and helping the people in their lives see the resilience they demonstrate. In her free time, Kate enjoys hiking, camping, skiing, running, reading, and spending time near water.

Chelsea Kline

Chelsea Kline is a clinician for CTRAC and therapist for the CFCT. She graduated from Southeast Missouri State University with a Bachelor of Science in psychology and a minor in family studies in 2015. Chelsea graduated from Colorado State University with a Master of Science in Human Development and Family Studies with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2017. She specializes in trauma and resilience, working with adolescents and families who have endured complex trauma. Chelsea also works with individuals, couples, and families as a therapist. She is trained in level two Gottman couples therapy and level one psychobiological approach to couples therapy (PACT). Chelsea is originally from St. Louis, Missouri. In her free time, she enjoys going to the movies, being outdoors, and reading.

Jojo Huemmler

Jojo Huemmler is a Colorado native and grew up in Aurora, CO. She is a first-generation Filipino-American. Jojo is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of Colorado and an approved AAMFT Supervisor Candidate. She completed two Bachelor’s degrees in Human Development and Family Studies and in Family and Consumer Sciences at CSU. She went on to complete her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at CSU. Jojo comes from a clinical background working with children, teens, and families in a crisis setting, and often uses play or experiential activities to have fun in sessions. She also specializes in resilience and complex trauma in children and adolescents. She is a supervisor and clinician for the Child Trauma and Resilience Assessment Center (CTRAC) as well as a supervisor and therapist at the Center for Family and Couple Therapy (CFCT). In her free time, you can often find Jojo wearing bright-colored or patterned clothing, gardening, cuddling with her two Chihuahuas, Pepsi and Zeus, or obsessing over Harry Potter.

Manda Meyer was born in Covina, California, but has been in Fort Collins since High School. She received her bachelor’s degree in family and relational communications from the University of Denver and received her Master’s degree in Human Development and Family Studies with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy from Colorado State University. She has been working as a clinician for the Child Trauma and Resilience Assessment Center since May of 2016. She really enjoys working with young children and teenagers, as they never fail to share different and interesting perspectives of the world around us. She specializes in trauma and resilience, at the individual and family levels. In her free-time, you can find her watching Netflix or dreaming about Harry Potter and Disney World with her husband, new daughter, and dogs Lupin and Lily.

Elin Omlie-Rudd was born in Michigan but made the move to Colorado in 1980 to attend CSU and she never left. She married a “Colorado Native” and raised two “Colorado Native” boys who she absolutely adores. She loves to run (both road and trail), hiking, mountain biking, baking and spending time with family and friends. She also has two dogs named Remi and Guini and two cats named Pepper and S’mores who she spoils way too much.