Kegan Mosier, M.A., LPC
“You are more than water and dust. At your core, you are a spiritual being of infinite value. To be human is a gift- you are created by God, and you have immeasurable value to Him.” – Erwin McManus
Philosophy and Therapeutic Approach:
In the words of David, “Even when I walk through the darkest valley, I will not be afraid, for you are close beside me” (Psalm 23:4). You are never stuck in the valley; going through something means that you will eventually be on the other side of it. I chose counseling as a career path because there is something in me that desires to walk with you through your pain. I am interested in helping you experience healing holistically, that is: physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.
As a mental health professional, I have studied for many hours and know much on the subject, but I believe that when you come into my office, you are the expert on your experience. I will never pretend to know or fully understand what you are going through, but have developed clinical and spiritual skills to assist you in this journey. We all come from different places, experiences, and traditions. I celebrate the differences in people and maintain a multicultural perspective in therapy. I desire to help you discover and focus on your strengths, and recognize that we all have basic needs; I hope to assist you in meeting those needs in a healthy and positive way. Our lives are multi-storied, similar to chapters in a book, and I believe that we are co-authors with God. We will work together to edit, review, write and re-write your life-story in a safe and non-judgmental environment.
Expectations of Therapy:
Taking the risk to come to counseling can be intimidating. You have already done an amazing thing by following that prompting in you that says “I think it’s time to get help with this thing.” We all have a desire to grasp our life’s purpose and to avoid painful experiences, but oftentimes tragedy, personal choices, and the decisions of others can leave us in a place of confusion, frustration, and deep hurt. You deserve to know and understand your value as a person. God made you for a unique and specific purpose, and wants you to work through anything that is in the way of living a life of fulfillment and joy.
Once we meet, we will go at your pace. You can expect to be protected and secure in your sharing of current and past pain, hopes and goals for the future, trauma, joy, depression, and triumphs. Together, we will partner in the defeat of: problems in relationships, addictions, past hurt and trauma, challenging life decisions, fears, and other walls and barriers. We will also discuss ways to carry what is being worked on and learned during our time together out into real life situations. It will be important that you have a willingness to try out and experiment with newly developed tools and ways of thinking. My job is to always be aware of your best interests, to help you heal and grow, and to assist you in coming to a more full understanding of this story that is your life.
I earned my Masters in Clinical Counseling from Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota in 2012. During my MA program, I was involved in a clinical internship working with college students at a private Christian University. I received my designation as a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado in 2017.
Prior to working for Cornerstone, I worked in a Case Management position with individuals struggling with severe mental illness and drug/alcohol addiction. I also have much experience working with children and adults with special needs, Autism, and other developmental and psychological disorders. My work with multiple age groups and populations of people throughout various environments has provided me with wisdom and experiences that help me to be a more well-rounded and open-minded therapist.
My wife and I have been married for several years after growing up as childhood friends and have a little girl named Reese Noel and a son named Judah Blake. I have served the past few years as a Pastor, Worship Leader, and in the areas of media and marketing. Together, in our ministry experience, we have counseled and discipled many married and premarital couples as well. My wife works for “OMF,” an organization that sends missionaries to East Asia .
We are very active and lovers of the outdoors, as many Colorado residents are. We lead a hiking and outdoor sports Lifegroup at our church and find any opportunity we can to break away from life to ski, bike, showshoe, and hike.