Celeste Gilmore

Celeste (she, her) is a born and raised Colorado native. She has been working in the mental health field with a wide array of ages from 2 years old to 70 years old since 2021. She has worked with homeless populations, domestic violence cases, people diagnosed with Autism and other underserved populations. Celeste has a passion for working with underserved and vulnerable populations to bridge the gap and give access and resources to people who are not able to obtain it.

Celeste's therapeutic strategy, while tailored to the individual, generally focuses on a holistic approach, integrating trauma-focused therapies with a cultural lens. She believes in the mind-body connection and works with people to incorporate this into sessions. She does this through strategies such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Somatic Modalities and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Celeste is currently enrolled in the Clinical Counseling Program at Grand Canyon University. She has a Bachelor's of Science in Psychology from Regis University. She is on the path to receive her license as a Professional Counselor (LPC). As a professional, she is an advocate, a student therapist, and a case manager. Personally, she is an energetic and fun-loving person, who enjoys nurturing plants of all kinds and going on adventures across the United States.