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Enhance your ABA Journey

Read below and contact us to see if counseling could benefit you and your family.


Mission Statement

At Evolve Behavioral Services, our mission is to provide empathetic and compassionate counseling services tailored to meet the unique needs of children with disabilities and their families. Through our specialized co-treatment approach for children with autism, we aim to support the entire family unit, including siblings and parents, ensuring holistic care that addresses mental health areas beyond the scope of ABA therapy. Our commitment to consistency, flexibility, and unique service delivery reflects our dedication to fostering a supportive environment where every child and family can thrive. We strive to be a trusted resource for referring providers, employees, and parents, offering a distinct opportunity for Evolve Kids that is not open to the broader community. 


Mary-Eliza St. Gemme-Pate


Mary-Eliza is a graduate of Western Colorado University with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a Master's in Professional Counseling with an emphasis in School Counseling from the University of Northern Colorado. 


In her sessions, Mary-Eliza utilizes evidence-based techniques tailored to meet the specific needs of each client. Whether it's through cognitive-behavioral strategies, mindfulness practices, or play therapy, she guides her clients on a journey of self-discovery and growth. Mary-Eliza has experience and knowledge with a social-emotional curriculum to help children foster emotional awareness, emotional regulation, social skills, friendships, and many more social skills. Her compassionate nature has led her to take a person-centered approach to her counseling style and she tends to involve any therapeutic style that will best suit her client. 


In her free time, Mary-Eliza enjoys spending time with her dog Mocha, exploring fun activities outdoors such as skiing and biking, and taking a moment to unwind with a good book or some music.

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