Exceptionally Skilled, Extraordinarily Compassionate
Who We Are
Family Strong provides couples, individual, and family therapy, addiction recovery and group therapy in Arvada and Littleton, Colorado.
Our goal is to provide a therapeutic relationship and environment which stimulate your innate abilities to self-correct and self-heal. Safety, comfort, compassion, acceptance and insight are foundational to what we strive to create and foster in our offices. Together we will explore the blocks, fears, anxieties and specific situations that stand in your way of lasting and deep emotional connection, fulfillment, healing and recovery.
We specialize in helping repair the broken bonds in your most important relationships, including with yourself and the ones affected by addiction. Focusing on emotional bonding and connection helps heal deep wounds and reestablishes new patterns of interaction so that you can feel safe, close, connected and secure. We’re never surprised at the change that comes when bonds are repaired.
Deeply committed to you and you’re wellness.
Meet Our Team
Owner & Therapist
Rob Reynolds, LMFT
Rob is a marriage and family therapist specializing in couples , individual, group therapy, and addiction recovery. He maintains two locations for Family Strong with offices in Arvada and Littleton, serving the Denver West Metro area. He’s proud to offer a unique approach to recovery and believes wholeheartedly in the reality of recovery.
Rob has had many professional experiences over his career, including working in an outpatient community mental health clinic and a group home for adjudicated youth, serving court-mandated domestic violence and DUI clientele, and independent private practice. He has presented workshops to families experiencing substance abuse, and to marriage and pre-marriage audiences. His experiences have given him an exposure to a broad spectrum of clients, and have helped shape his professional identity.
Rob’s style and approach are often described as laid back and easygoing which helps to ease tension and awkwardness and soothe stress and anxiety in the therapy room. His clients appreciate his natural ability to create a feeling of acceptance and support. He finds power in laughter and tends toward using humor to help create an atmosphere of healing. Rob is a big believer in constantly striving for authenticity and wholeheartedness, both professionally and personally.
Rob has incredible passion for helping his clients to heal and to develop rich, fulfilling, deep emotional bonds. He loves guiding clients through the recovery process and is constantly amazed by their innate abilities to self-heal and self-correct. Rob finds pehenomenal satisfaction in his work and is deeply touched and honored to take part in his clients’ therapeutic process.
Kaitlyn Holsapple, MFTC
**We are thrilled that Kaitlyn will be going on temporary maternity leave starting in Dec 2019! She will be available to see clients again in Spring 2020. Congratulations Kaitlyn!
Kaitlyn is a marriage and family therapist specializing in children, adolescent, individuals, and families. She has professional mental health experience working in psychiatric inpatient hospitalization and community mental health.
Kaitlyn approaches therapy by creating a safe, empathetic, and open minded atmosphere that allows everyone to express themselves and feel heard. Coming into therapy can be an overwhelming and nerve-wracking experience, Kaitlyn hopes to ease the tension and worry by bringing a calm to the therapy room. Believing without a doubt that change is possible and attainable, Kaitlyn helps clients by walking beside them on their journey towards healing and developing strong relationships.
Kristin Griffith, LPCC
I didn’t start out my professional life as a therapist. I was first a photographer – mostly of weddings, slowly transitioning into travel and humanitarian photography for a small non-profit. It was humanitarian photography that first began to nudge me towards my current career as a therapist. The contrast between photographing wedding days and orphan care in Ghana was stark and provided a deep look into many contrasting human experiences. It was then that I decided to continue my education in psychology and pursue a career as a therapist.
I believe my ability to genuinely empathize with my clients without judgement creates a safe place for them to share their stories and begin processing through their experiences and relationships. I often find myself thinking about the following quote when working with my clients:
“A self is not something static, tied up in a pretty parcel and handed to the child, finished and complete. A self is always becoming.” – Madeleine L’Engle
It offers freedom to change, grow, and heal, and I’ve come to learn, that is what therapy is about. This is what I find myself leaning into when sitting with my clients in their struggles and pain. Being in a vulnerable space with others as we process through the difficult to find healing, fulfillment, and connection with self and others is what I love most about my work. My hope is for my clients to find deep joy and fulfillment in this beautiful life.
Heal, fortify and connect people and relationships by providing the most compassionate, caring and effective therapy available.
Stronger families, deeply bonded relationships, a world connected and all people living their happiest life.
We are trained experts
Why Clients Choose Us?
most effective couples therapy (EFT)
children, teens, adults
maximum response time (weekdays)
of hours spent with clients