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Colorado EAPA Executive Board Members


Whitney Stone, LPC, CEAP -President

Headshot2016A member of Colorado EAPA since 2011, Whitney has previously served as the membership committee chair. Whitney has worked as an EAP clinical supervisor, case manager, EAP therapist, management consultant, CISD facilitator, and private practice counselor.  She has presented at Colorado EAPA as well as at the 2015 EAPA World Conference. She currently works as an EAP/Behavioral Health Consultant with Anthem, Inc. and is passionate about the difference EAP makes in the lives of individuals, communities and organizations. Whitney received her M.A. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Denver.


Jeremiah Dahlen, LPC, CEAP – Vice President 

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Jeremiah is an Employee Assistance Specialist with the Colorado State Employee Assistance Program, where he improves the well-being of State employees and the workplace by providing counseling, organizational consultation, critical incident response, mediation, training, and coaching. Jeremiah has his BA in Psychology from the University of Alaska (2004), and his MA in Clinical Psychology (2007) from the University of Colorado. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Employee Assistance Professional, Certified Emotional Intelligence Coach, and a trained mediator. He has been a member of the Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA) since 2008, and was elected Vice President of the Colorado Chapter of EAPA in 2017.


Maggie Reynolds, LPC, LAC, CEAP – Chapter Secretary

mreynoldsheadshotMaggie Reynolds currently works for the Colorado State Employee Assistance Program (C-SEAP) as an EAP Specialist in Loveland, Colorado. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Licensed Addiction Counselor, and a Certified Employee Assistance Professional with specialties in grief and loss and substance use disorders. She has been a member with EAPA since 2014, actively participating on various committees and roles within the field. Outside of her work as a clinician, Maggie is an avid skier and hiker, enjoys traveling with friends and family, in addition to volunteering at Judi’s House.


Cynthia Hoskins Koenck, BA, CEAP, CPSII -Chapter Treasurer

ckoenckheadshotCynthia is the Operations Director at Peer Assistance Services, Inc., a Colorado non-profit dedicated to quality, accessible prevention and intervention services in workplaces and communities, focused on substance use and related issues. She is earned her CEAP in 2014 and is a Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS II).  She has worked in administrative and management roles in the EA field for 13 years. Prior to this, Cynthia worked for a management consulting and organizational psychology firm specializing in the construction industry.  Early in her career, she provided direct client services as a milieu worker for children and youth in residential treatment.  Cynthia has a bachelor’s degree in American history with minor study in sociology.




  1. I am interested in posting an item for members regarding an upcoming training in EMDR and wonder how I might go about that.

  2. laura kinyon, LCSW says:

    hello – we are a regional EAP located in Connecticut. One of our customers, headquartered here in CT, has a location in CO. We are looking for EAP Providers in CO, in 11 locations. Please contact us to share your list of CEAPs, or EAP Providers who may be interested in working with us.
    Thank You – Laura Kinyon, LCSW, Wheeler Clinic.

  3. Julie Simon says:

    Our Omaha based EAP office is looking for a provider in the Denver area. Please contact me if you know of someone who might be interested in becoming an affiliate provider for us. Thanks – Julie Simon, LIMHP, CEAP

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