about Us


My name is Chavone Crespo. I offer psychotherapy to adult individuals and couples in Denver, CO. My practice is located downtown, near Coors Field.

I received my bachelor's degree in Political Science with a minor in Psychology from CUNY - Hunter College. I received my master's degree in Mental Health Counseling from Touro College.

I was born and raised in New York, NY. I traveled to Denver for vacation a couple of years ago and fell in love with the people, the environment, and the overall chill vibe! I went back to NYC and decided to make the permanent move to Denver because I very much desired a change. The move has been a bit of a culture shock but the blue skies and mountain views all around are a welcome replacement for the concrete jungle that is the Big Apple. 

In New York my worked focused primarily on supporting young adults who were still in college, newly employed, or established in their career but were on a path towards self identification and individual growth. I provided support to individuals trying to sort out what it means to have thoughts and feelings that differ from their families' and what they were taught growing up. Coming to accept these changes in oneself is not an easy conflict to navigate alone.

I also worked with adults who were entering a different life phases - - be it a new relationship, struggling to work through toxic relationships, contemplating marriage or divorce. Also, issues of parenting - - post-partum emotions and relationships with adult children. Many of these conflicts involved race, ethnicity, sexuality and religious beliefs.

On a personal note, it took a great deal of painful challenges and hurdles (sometimes up and sometimes down) to come fully into who I am today. Through it all I knew that I was worth it! For a very long time I have known that working with people is this capacity is what I am meant to do because I know "the struggle is real!” and here I am.

Coming to Denver from NYC, a place that is rich in cultural diversity, affords me an openness and acceptance of those whose cultural experiences may differ from my own. I will continue my work here in Denver.  I am able to provide an atmosphere where individuals can safely discuss the those deeply sensitive topics that weigh most heavily on their daily interactions in school/work life and family relationships in a space free from judgment.

I have experience in running groups, working with adults, and with couples. I attend seminars, workshops, and conferences in order stay up to date in my knowledge of mental health counseling theories and techniques. I also conduct extensive research on issues of counseling with the culturally diverse and produce writings on this topic.