ABOUT US

Grief Support of the Rockies is dedicated to providing professional and compassionate care to those who are grieving. We offer personalized counseling, grief groups, educational workshops and trainings to families and healthcare professionals. Grief Support of the Rockies is the lead organization for Imagine Zero.  Imagine Zero is a coalition of professionals, agencies, and community members who meet to improve interagency communication and coordination of services around suicide prevention.

Amanda D. Mahoney, M.A., MFT

Co-Founder, Grief Support of the Rockies
Visit her website at:  ColoradoCCT.com

Amanda is a private practitioner in Colorado who has been dedicated to supporting grieving children and families for over a decade. She has and continues to speak on the local and national level on the topic of children’s grief, teen grief, pet loss, compassion fatigue, and self-care. She has provided hospital-based, home-based, school-based and office-based therapy to individuals, families and children grieving the death of someone close. Amanda received her BA from Boston College and her MA in Clinical Psychology with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University. A Stanford University, School of Medicine, CCARE (Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education), Trained and Certified CCT (Compassion Cultivation Training) Instructor, she was excited to be the first to offer CCT in Colorado. Amanda is co-founder of Grief Support of the Rockies and offers Compassion Cultivation Training in Fort Collins, Boulder and Denver.

Jessica Kuhn, M.A., LMFT

Co-Founder, Grief Support of the Rockies
Visit her website at:  jessicakuhn.com

Jessica earned a bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University and a master’s degree from Pepperdine University. She was trained in Los Angeles by Michelle A. Post in the model of Dr. Alan Wolfelt and Dr. J. William Worden. During Jessica’s time in Los Angeles, she provided individual, family and group grief support to families of organ and tissue donors. Since returning to Colorado, she has provided grief support services to individuals and families and has provided education and support to professionals throughout Northern Colorado. Jessica previously worked in the Colorado State University Health Network as an academic year therapist. Jessica is a licensed marriage and family therapist, EMDR practitioner and PACT Level 1 clinician. She has a private practice in Fort Collins.

Bonnie C. Cochran, LCSW

Partner, Grief Support of the Rockies
Visit her website at:  growtobestrong.com

Bonnie C. Cochran, LCSW is a Board Certified Diplomat in Clinical Social Work with over 20 years experience as a psychotherapist, specializing in grief, loss, bereavement and reproductive trauma. Her passion, throughout her career, has been helping families who have suffered the loss of a child perinatal loss, reproductive trauma, infertility and acute crisis care. Bonnie has a Hospice background, serving families in all stages of loss. She is a certified facilitator in The Grief Recovery Program and continues to be on the Community Crisis Debriefing team, serving northern Colorado. Bonnie has received extensive training in Mind/Body modalities, having personally trained with Herbert Benson – Relaxation Response (Harvard Medical School); Mel Bucholtz, MA – The Tuning Effect (a prodigy of Milton Erickson, MD); and Pat Ogden, PhD – Sensorimotor Psychotherapy in Boulder. In addition to her private psychotherapy practice, Bonnie volunteers her time and professional mental health support services to veterans through the Give an Hour program to military families. Bonnie is also a co-founder of 3Hopeful Hearts, a nonprofit organization that provides support to bereaved parents and families in northern Colorado. Bonnie continues to lecture nationally around the many complexities that grief encompasses, helping people create their journey to healthy healing and discovery.