About me

My name is Camilla Dye and I have a Master ofimg_0932-ph-bio-photo-of-camilla Arts in clinical mental health counseling from Regis University.  I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with the State of Colorado and a National Certified Counselor (NCC) with the National Board for Certified Counselors. I am originally from Denmark and lived in Iceland for one year, but have lived in Colorado for more than 18 years now and call this beautiful state my home. 

After I graduated with a BA in psychology from University of Colorado I have worked at Casey middle school in Boulder. I worked in Special Education for 8 years  with emotionally and behaviorally challenged students in the Center for Affective Needs Children. This brought me further along my path towards becoming a counselor in that I got to appreciate the struggles my students were facing. Together we found ways in which to alleviate their emotional pain and academic challenges.

In my private practice I enjoy working with clients from all walks of life. In creating therapeutic relationships with my clients and exploring their life stories, struggles, and strengths in a safe and confidential environment I see change in my clients where a greater sense of meaning and life fulfillment takes precedence.     

As a resident in the mountain community of Nederland, I find great joy in the beautiful nature that surrounds my home.  As an avid proponent of eco-therapy, a psycho-therapeutic  approach believing that nature has a healing and positive influence on the human mind, I witness the positive power of nature in my own life on a daily basis.  

I like to be an active and meaningful member of my community and always try  to find ways to serve. I am a Medical Reserve Corp disaster volunteer for the greater Nederland area, I work with the Nederland Communities That Care to foster a healthy place for children and teens to thrive, and I have been a part of the Mountain Strong Families presentation series helping parents to navigate the struggles of raising a family and build strong connections with peers.