Daleth McCoy

Daleth McCoy

Currently accepting new clients ages 8+

Individual Sessions

Modality: Virtually and in-person at our Centennial office

Availability: Day, Evening, and Weekend

Group Sessions Available with Daleth:

Veterans Group (currently virtual)

Caretaker Group (currently virtual)

“I never said it would be easy. I only said it would be worth it.” ~ Mae West

As a mental health provider, Daleth believes in a partnership approach that emphasizes honesty, education, open communication, and meeting each individual where they are at in their personal journey. Through self-reflection, hard work, self-compassion, and some humor, Daleth will work with you to help you create the changes you want to see in your life.

She has experience treating youth, adolescents, adults, and couples from diverse backgrounds and with a range of mental health concerns. Her primary interest is working with individuals with concerns related to caretaker burnout, compassion fatigue within the helping professions (counselors, educators, medical professionals, first responders, etc.), veterans, and individuals or families living with neurodivergence (ADHD and/or Autism Spectrum Disorders) and extreme behavioral challenges (mood, conduct, and dysregulation disorders).

Before entering the field of mental health, she worked as a special education teacher in public education. Her background in education, experience in caretaking persons with disabilities, and military connection, all lend to a passion for life-changing experiences.

Daleth is currently working towards her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Adams State University, and her internship at Brightside Counseling is being overseen and supervised by Dr. Angela Schubert.

When Daleth is not in the office, she enjoys volunteering and consulting for various behavioral health, disabilities-related, or public education advocacy projects, baking, giving away the aforementioned baked goods before they’re all eaten, ogling muscle cars, riding her off-road big-wheel electric scooter, and calligraphy.

Take the risk, take the gamble, take the first step. Take action.
And don’t let another day
slip by.”
-Jocko Willink


Adams State University
Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (2024)

Western State Colorado University
Master of Arts in Special Education with Emphasis in Teacher Leadership (2015)