Stephanie’s professional academics include a masters in marriage and family counseling from University of Phoenix in 2009, and a second masters in social work from the University of Southern California in 2014. Stephanie began her professional experience in 2006 working with adults with disabilities. As her interest in the counseling field grew she ventured toward working with hospice patients and families and trauma.Stephanie is in a field where she feels her skills and passions are easily combined. With years of experience she has had the opportunity to assist a variety of clients with different areas of their lives. Her ultimate goal is to provide a comfortable and safe counseling environment for each individual. She offers a wide variety of therapeutic approaches including but not limited to, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Based Therapy, Pre-marital counseling, child and teen counseling.  

Each year, Turning Point Mental Health Services forms an intern team from various Universities in Denver and across the nation including University of Denver, University of Southern California, Metropolitan State University and University of Colorado Denver.  Interns hold an essential part of the agency co-facilitating groups and providing essential clinical support. Our interns gain practical experience through co-facilitating groups as well as observing intakes and evaluations.  In addition, Master's and Doctoral level interns provide essential free or low cost counseling to existing clients.

If you are interested in applying for an internship position, please contact 

Stephanie Fillmore, MA, MFT, MSW

Dawn Adkins Schmidli, MEd, LPC

Dawn is a dedicated wife, mom and counselor.  With over 25 years in the field, she has been honored to work with thousands of groups, individuals, families and couples.  She has a Masters Degree in Professional Counseling from Oklahoma City University and is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Colorado.  Some of her experience includes counseling in a residential adolescent treatment center, serving social services families and children, leading therapeutic Ropes Course groups, conducting in home therapeutic services, and counseling adults in an inpatient psychiatric and chemical dependency hospital. Dawn has been in private practice since 1996, when she began specializing in domestic violence treatment.  She is a DVOMB approved treatment provider and has worked extensively with women dealing with domestic violence offenses, as well as victim issues.

Our experience, knowledge and compassion will assist you in making changes.  We understand change comes from within.  Our goal is to inspire each client with the ability to make lasting changes.  

Greg has a Masters Degree in Social Work from University of Denver, and is also a Colorado Licensed Addiction Counselor. Additionally, he trained at the Denver Family Institute as a Marriage and Family Therapist. He has been working in the addiction field since 1991 when he began working with the homeless in downtown Denver. He has worked with both non-medical and medical detoxification patients. He has a solid understanding of the risks and process of addiction and recovery. Moreover, he has been trained in relapse prevention by Terrance Gorski, and is a Colorado Approved Domestic Violence Provider. Greg entered private practice in 1996 and works with a variety of groups including men's domestic violence, DUI, addiction recovery, medical professionals and individuals and couples..

Greg Schmidli, MSW, LAC

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Phone 303-780-0170             6825 E. Tennessee Ave, Suite 112, Denver, CO 80224

Bridgette began her career within the counseling field in 2005, received her Masters Degree in 2012 and is currently a doctoral student focusing on counseling, education and supervision.  Her experience includes work at outpatient facilities, Colorado Division of Youth Corrections as well as serving as volunteer probation officer and legal assistant. Having worked in various capacities in the legal system, Bridgette brings a unique understanding of the complexities clients on probation face. Her work primarily focuses on domestic violence and addiction issues.  She currently offers case management for domestic violence clients as well as facilitation of addictions and DUI groups.  Bridgette is a member of the American Counseling Association, Colorado Counseling Association and Chi Sigma Iota Honor Society.

Bridgette Schossow, MA, CAC II

We strive to treat every individual with the dignity and respect every human being deserves. Upon entering our facility, you will notice a clean and pleasant environment as you are greeted with warmth and compassion.  

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