Amy de Held is a Certified Addictions Specialist and the director and owner of What's Next Counseling. She has been in the addictions field for 17 years. She received her Addictions Counselor license in 2009. She has experience in a variety of settings such as Domestic Violence, Offender Treatment, and Youth Treatment. She has strong knowledge in the Colorado DUI requirements and Colorado DUI laws. She provides creative and positive ways to learn in group sessions. She will help people make positive strides in their life and find ways to meet their goals and needs. Amy enjoys spending her time golfing, camping and being at the lake with friends and family.
Jennifer is a Certified Addictions Specialist. Jennifer Albo-DiLullo is a native of Colorado. She is married to her husband of 15 years. Jennifer and her husband have two children together. In 2009 Jennifer, began her career in substance abuse counseling in-patient residential treatment for woman. Jennifer has diverse background ranging from in-patient, out-patient, specialty court programming, Medical Assisted Treatment (MAT) for Soboxone patients, and adolescent care. Jennifer is currently working for What's Next Counseling as a contract counselor providing DUI Education and Therapy groups. Jennifer's hobbies are spending time with family camping, riding their jetski and visiting Disneyland and Disney World as often as possible.
Susie Love is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Colorado. She received her Master’s in Counseling from the University of Denver and undergraduate training from Truman State University and the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Her years of experience includes working in a variety of settings with individuals, groups and families. In addition, she has provided education to clients and staff at various businesses. Care offered includes counseling, coaching, and hypnotherapy which are efficient therapeutic tools for physical, behavioral, and emotional states to enhance mental health, well-being, provide emotional transformation and increase the healing process more rapidly.