Amos Counseling
Call me 970-778-4360
 or at 970-314-0987  
    Dr. Marty Amos         
amoscounseling@yahoo.com 
1150 N. 25th St Suite B 
Grand Junction CO, 81501   
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Amos counseling is family-owned and operated right here in Grand Junction, CO. Since our company opened its doors in 2012, we’ve treat every customer like they were a part of our family. Other companies may offer similar services, but our services are the best, and come with a personal touch.
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Dr. Martha Amos Ph.D.
Owner, Clinical Director
Jamie Eckert UPT
Business Operations Director
ASHA Program Director

After receiving a two year certification  in Marketing Management in 2011 Jamie aided her mother in Opening Amos Counseling. Jamie has been in the field since 2011 where she has certified in a multitude of diffrent therapies ranging from Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Addictions Counseling to Moral Recognacance Therapy. Jamie is currently Pursuing her undergraduate degree in Counseling with Colorado Mesa University. Jamie is dedicated to helping individuals work through past struggles and be the best versions of themselves.

Darsi Madsen  LPCC
Licensed Certified Counselor Candidate 

Darsi received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology
from Colorado Mesa University in 2001. She completed her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health at Adams State University in 2012. Darsi has previously worked for Colorado West Mental Health and San Luis Valley Mental Health. She has a great deal of experience working with people in crisis situations and specializes in individual counseling for those with mental illness relating to depression and anxiety. Darsi uses a client-centered approach as her methodology. Her main goal is to help clients develop healthy behaviors and skills that lead to a fulfilling life. 
Laura Fehmi LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate

Laura Recieved her Masters in Community Mental Health in 2013 from Adams State University.  She has spent the last 5 years in the field working with individuals and couples who struggle with Trauma, Abuse, Mental Health Concerns, Life adjustment concerns, as well as general communication issues.  Laura is dedicated to helping individuals overcome life's trials and tribulations in a healthy an d positive manner.  Laura enjoys spending her free time exploring the Grand Valley and  Furthering her knowledge in the field where she has since certified with Different forms of treatment such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Chronic Pain Therapy.

Megan Griffith CACII
Certified Addiction Counselor II


Megan is a life long Colorado resident who has spent the last 5 years working in the field of addiction. Megan is a Certified Addiction Counselor who specializes in Anger management and High Conflict parent Education. after seeing how addiction touches so many lives, Megan strives to better the Community and the individuals she works with one life at a time.

In 2009, Ben earned a Bachelor’s of Applied Science in Paralegal Studies from Kaplan University.It wasn't until 2015 when Ben Decided he was ready for a change and wanted to help Individuals on more of a personal level. it was at this time that he began working as a Mental Health Worker for a local Mental Health Clinic.  not long after he began this position he was able to move up and become a Ward Clerk. It was there he spent a year and a half working to ensure patients had what they needed to be successful. During this time, he enrolled in Grand Canyon University and began the process of earning a Masters of Applied Science in Professional Counseling. In 2019, Ben passed the state examination required to receive license as a Registered Psychotherapist. In addition to this, Ben received his Qualified Medication Administration Person (QMAP) in the State of Colorado.
Ben Phillips LPCC, QMAP
​Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate 
Qualified Medication Administration Person
Teresa Hernandez LCSW CACIII
Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Jennie Kolb RPT
Recovery Coach

Jennie has been dedicated to helping individuals for a number of years. Prior to her time at Amos counseling Jennie spent time in Africa and in numerous other countries learning from Holistic practitioners and shaman. During her time abroad Jennie took the time to get to know the individuals she was helping on a personal and spiritual level in order to best serve their needs and overcome some of their most difficult hurdles. In 2019 Jennie obtained her Recovery Coach certificate and has been helping Individuals meet their most basic needs. As a recovery Coach Jennie helps individuals develop Budgets, look at their Health and Sleep habits, secure food and housing. Jennie has been an ambassador to individuals seeking recovery with in self- help support groups. She has been an advocate and source of support for individuals struggling with difficult diagnoses or feeling heard at medical appointments.
Bonnie Began working with Amos Counseling in 2017. She is a dedicated Team member and has been instrumental in helping the clients ensure they have what they need. 
Matthew Vogt 
Operations Manager 
Billing Manager

Bonnie Thompson
Officer Manager 
Other staff employed at Amos Counseling

Authumn Lewis  Nurse Practitioner 

Paula Edwards CAC II

Don Simmons CAC  II

Bethany   Malievsky CAC II

Wailana Borrero CAC 1 candidate 

Mikael "Misha" Jurkovic CAC 1

Michael Matney  CAC 1 candidate 

Amber Towles Office Staff Suite D  ASHA support

Shree Cameron Office Staff Suite B 




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 Teresa Hernandez Licensed Clinical Social Worker since 2007.  I have worked in the field since 2001 starting in a Therapeutic community as line staff. I at that time decided I want to go back to school and become a counselor and or therapist. I have a master’s degree in social and worked both Mental Health and Substance Abuse. I enjoy CBT corrective thinking or criminal thinking errors, relapse prevention, and substance abuse education group work and Mental Health individual work. I have worked in substance abuse residential both men and women and coed as well as outpatient. I was a program director of residential women’s substance program. Now with Amos Counseling I have the great opportunity to do all of the above and look forward new challenges. .
Dr. Amos began her educational career in 1989, working in the criminal justice program at Colorado Northwestern Community college, where she graduated with an AA in Criminal Justice. She later went on to earn her master’s degree in Community Mental Health from Adams University and, in 2012, became a Licensed Professional Counselor. In 2014 She returned to school, earning her Ph.D. in Forensic Psychology at Walden University. Dr. Amos has also obtained her Certified Addiction Counselor III license (CAC III) to work with substance abuse clients in Colorado. 

 Dr. Amos  began her career in 2008, working with the criminally involved clients at Community Correction as an officer while attending school. She worked on the treatment floor, where the inmates did inpatient substance abuse treatment. Once she graduated from Adams State in 2012, Dr. Amos opened her private practice and began working with substance abuse clients in an individual and group setting. The client base was probation, parole, and private citizens in the community. In 2014 Dr. Amos began working at the Mesa County Detention facility in the capacity of a Mental Health supervisor where she worked one on one with the inmates. Dr. Amos continued to work in her private practice working with clients who presented with substance abuse, mental health, or co-occurring issues. Dr. Amos has a passion for helping the underserved and people who struggle with mental health or substance abuse issues. She continues to grow the Amos Counseling center to provide needed treatment to the community.