Meet Our Therapists
Here at the Bridge Center it is very important to us that you work with someone who is able to meet your needs and expectations. Our therapists all have a variety of experience and expertise, in addition to extensive training with children, parents and families. We invite you to get to know all our therapists and make a suggestion who you may feel is the best fit to work with you, your child, or family.
Director, Supervisor, Lead Therapist
Bridget Tedeschi, MA, LPC
Bridget started the practice with the intention of bringing health and wellbeing to children and their families. She has worked with a variety of issues and challenges, and has found the work with self-acceptance, confidence building, and parents to be the most fulfilling. Personal growth and development is her passion, not only with families, but also in coaching, instructing, and mentoring therapists, teachers, alike.
Alicia Lord, MA, LPC
Alicia has worked in a variety of settings with children and families, expanding her knowledge and love for helping families feel supported and accepted. Her main focus has been on anxiety, energy regulation, and fear behaviors. Additionally she has has been published in various online publications and offers extended support for families through our online blog. Alicia will be opening the Bridge Center Westminster in Fall of 2018.
Genevieve Johnson, MA, LPC
Genevieve (Genny), has a long history working with children. She has both taught and nannied, validating her joy for helping kids, learn, grow, and develop. In addition to working one on one with kids, she has a deep love for supporting teachers in their classrooms. Genevieve helps teachers create a space for kids to express their emotions, while learning and engaging in the curriculum. Genny is currently the director of the Bridge Center Longmont.
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Allie Fahlsing, MSW
Allie has worked with children all of her life, including being a camp counselor, nannying, and a children’s grief support group. She comes to us from Ann Arbor, Michigan where she worked as a social worker with children and families. She has an innate ability to provide a safe place for children to explore their feelings and express themselves for who they truly are. Allie is passionate about using her clients interests to build skills that will help reach their goals.
Jen has a gentle nature and natural passion when working with children that creates a space for present moment magic to occur. She has been working with kids of all ages during summer camp & nannying throughout the years. Jen is currently earning her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Naropa University, with a concentration in Transpersonal Psychology. She is passionate about incoorperating spirituality & connection to the natural world with development. Her specialty is working with grief & life cycles to empower children and their families to understand what is happing for them on a deeper level, to take their next steps in a safe supported space.
Hannah Meinking, MA, LPC
Hannah has worked with children in clinical and home settings for over a decade. From play and behavioral therapy to nannying, her mission stands to create a safe and compassionate environment for all children to be fully seen, heard and recognized. Hannah specializes in mindfulness-based therapy with a Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Her therapeutic focus is to help each child integrate emotionally, physically and mentally so they may live a rich and meaningful life.
Jamie has a warmth and ability to relate to children that has guided her life’s work towards play therapy. From nannying to working with children in the transitions between foster care, adoption, and reunification with their families, Jamie has developed a deep passion for supporting kids and their families through life’s various struggles. Jamie is currently earning her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Naropa University, with a concentration in Mindfulness-Based Psychology. She wholly believes that all children, and humans alike, have the ability for growth, self-confidence, emotional awareness, and healing should we simply allow them to explore their experience with life fully in a safe, empowering, and therapeutic environment.