The Colorado Center for Assessment & Counseling was founded in 2014 by Dr. Jeremy Sharp. After running a solo practice in Fort Collins since 2009, Dr. Sharp reconnected with Dr. Molly McLaren – a fellow graduate of Colorado State University’s Counseling Psychology PhD program – to meet northern Colorado’s growing need for psychological assessment and counseling. Since then, we've been very fortunate to continue meeting the community’s needs by adding excellent clinicians who are not only great psychologists and therapists, but wonderful people to be around! Please check out the individual profiles below to learn more about us!
Dr. Jeremy Sharp
Director & Licensed Psychologist
I help parents figure out where their kids are strong and where they need support. My specialties include psychological and neuropsychological testing for ADHD and ADD, learning disorders like dyslexia, autism spectrum or Asperger’s, and many other concerns.
Alyssa Wright, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
I really enjoy working with adolescents and young adults! People I see tend to struggle with identity, self-esteem, relationship conflicts, trauma, anxiety, depression, or substance abuse. I also work with families to help build stronger relationships between parents and children.
Dr. Joselyne Perry
Hello! I’m a licensed psychologist specializing in evaluation and psychotherapy for adults. My assessment specialties include adult ADHD, adult autism, and learning disorders. In therapy, I work with individuals on the treatment of trauma, anxiety, stress, and depression.
Dr. Danielle Mohr
I specialize in diagnostic evaluations and assessment with kiddos who might be struggling with ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, learning disorders, and other psychological concerns. I see assessment as a collaborative process to help kids and families learn about strengths and find the support they need!
Dr. Colleen Mondo
Hello! I specialize in working with kids and their families – from parenting support to help decrease defiant behavior, to treatment of anxiety and depression in kids, to diagnostic evaluations for learning issues, attention concerns, or autism spectrum symptoms.