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Helping to create happy, healthy Colorado Families

Behavioral Health

New Horizon Youth and Family Services

Outpatient Mental Health

At New Horizon, we take a client-centered approach to mental and behavioral health treatment to help patients and their families handle life’s challenges in the way that works best for them. Our staff of therapists, social workers, and community mental health professionals work together to help you get the support you need in order to live a healthier life.

We offer out-patient treatment in a comfortable office setting, intensive in-home treatment for at-risk families, and a variety of other services including, but not limited to, Family Preservation, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Family Treatment Drug Court.

COVID-19 has put a stop to a lot of things this year, but what it hasn’t limited is your ability to access a mental health professional on your terms. We offer both in-person and virtual appointments to meet your comfort level, so you never have to leave your home to get the help you need.

If you or a loved one are unsure about where to start, don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re here for you.

Meet our Therapists...

Rachel Jacobsen, MA, LPCC

I earned my bachelor's degree in Social Work from the University of Utah in 2008. I moved to Colorado in 2012 and earned my master's degree in Human Services with an emphasis in School Counseling from the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs in 2017. I primarily work as a school counselor and am working toward becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor.

I currently specialize in working with adolescents who struggle with a myriad of things, such as depression, anxiety, ADHD, self-image, non-suicidal self-injury, motivation, school-related stress, family conflict and/or trauma. I utilize a person-centered approach and believe that the client-therapist relationship is essential to helping clients achieve therapeutic goals. I have been trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy which utilizes narrative therapy to work through prior trauma. I also recognize the individualized needs of each client and adjusts my therapeutic approach accordingly. 

Alexis Claycomb, AAS, BS, MSw

I was raised in Alaska and moved to Colorado Springs in 2015. I graduated in 2015 with my associate degree in Human Services and in 2017 with my bachelor's degree in social science. 

I have recently graduated with a master's degree in social work from Newman University. 

I utilize a client-centered approach to my work with children and adolescents primarily working with experiential therapies. My previous work with students with behavioral needs and Title 1 schools has sparked my passion to work with youth. I think of therapy as a partnership, meeting the client where they are at and working together to meet their goals.

Kristi Satorious, MA, LPCC, NCC

I am a Wisconsin native who has lived and worked in Colorado Springs for the past 10 years. An Air Force veteran, I am passionate about helping individuals, couples, and families reach their goals in ways that are most effective for them. I use a multi-theoretical approach to therapy, which means I use bits and pieces of different theoretical models to tailor therapy to meet client needs. Some of these include, but are not limited to, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, narrative, existential therapy, depth perspective, and the Gottman Method. 

Rachael Winn, MA, LPCC (Virtual Option Only)

I have a bachelor's degree in Psychology, a master's degree in Counselor Education (School Counseling) from UCF, and my LPCC. I was born and raised in Georgia, and my journey has included living in Florida and Colorado. I decided to make a big change in my life and relocate to South Carolina to be closer to family. I work primarily as a high school counselor, and I have a deep passion for working with youth and adolescents. I recognize the struggles of young people today in the concerns of social media and self-image to the anxiety and depression caused by isolation from COVID. My goal as a counselor is to be supportive, open-minded, and caring, while challenging you to be your best self. The modalities I often use depend on the client starting with the person-centered approach, and will include a variety of CBT, DBT, narrative therapy, motivational interviewing, and strengths-based therapy.

*Appointments with me are virtual only 

Jennifer Harris, MA, ADDC

Jennifer has worked in the counseling field for 15 years and has had the privilege of coming alongside people from all walks of life and backgrounds. Jennifer loves people and has worked with clients of all ages from New York City to Colorado Springs, and some places in between. Jennifer has extensive experience in multiple areas including court mandated counseling, substance abuse, trauma, anxiety, depression, ADHD, and religious abuse and trauma. She is passionate about utilizing a person-centered empathic approach to empower someone to be the best version of themselves. She utilized multiple techniques/therapies including DBT, mindfulness, CBT, motivational interviewing, trauma informed, family systems, and narrative. She primarily sees clients ages 13 and above. 

Insurance Accepted

We are currently accepting Medicaid, Aetna, United Healthcare, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Humana, Bright Health, Gilsbar, Cigna, CHP+, and Colorado Access.