Regina Caeli
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"Many people mistake our work for our vocation. Our vocation is the love of Jesus."

- Saint Teresa of Calcutta

Meet Our Team

Dr. Linda Montagna

Dr. Linda Montagna

Psy.D., Executive Director/Licensed Psychologist (CO #4330 – Active)
  • Location(s):
    Main office (Littleton), Pecos office (Denver)

  • Education:

    B.S. Psychology, University of Pittsburgh; M.S. School Psychology, California University of Pennsylvania; M.S. Clinical Psychology, Institute for the Psychological Sciences; Psy.D. Clinical Psychology, Institute for the Psychological Sciences

  • More about Dr. Montagna:

    Dr. Montagna brings over 17 years of experience in the field of psychology to her position as Executive Director at Regina Caeli Clinical Services (RCCS). She is experienced in psychological assessment (e.g., psychoeducational, personality, neuropsychological, and religious vocational) and individual, marital, family, and group therapies. In addition to overseeing clinic operations, she provides clinical supervision to master’s and doctoral level clinicians at RCCS and offers consultation and outreach services to clergy, parishes, and schools. Her primary clinical interests include the application of attachment theory to treatment interventions and the integration of psychology with the Catholic faith.
Dr. Weston Finch

Dr. Weston Finch

Ph.D., Northern Regional Director/Director of School Psychology Program and Assessment Center/Licensed Psychologist (CO #4132 – Active)
  • Location(s):
    Fort Collins, Loveland

  • Education:

    B.A Psychology and Ph.D. School Psychology from the University of Northern Colorado

  • More about Dr. Finch:

    Dr. Finch is a licensed psychologist who serves as the director of the Northern Region, Assessment Center, and School Counseling Services. He is experienced in psychological assessment (e.g., psychoeducational, personality), as well as service provision, consultation, and crisis response within the Catholic schools. Dr. Finch currently provides administrative leadership in the Northern Region of RCCS, as well as clinical supervision to clinical and school counseling staff. In his clinical work, he enjoys serving clients of all ages both through individual and couple’s therapy.
Mark Sanders

Mark Sanders

MS, LPC (CO #4755 – Active), CACIII, Director of Substance Abuse Services
  • Location(s):
    Main office (Littleton)

  • Education:

    B.A. Psychology and Applied History, Carnegie Mellon University; MS Clinical and Health Psychology, University of Pittsburgh

  • More about Mr. Sanders:

    Mr. Sanders moved to Colorado in 2007 and during his professional career has focused on treating clients with both substance use and mental health issues. He provides clinical supervision to other clinicians and consultation to clergy, parishes, and schools. He presents frequently on topics including substance use and technology use in a variety of school and community settings. He is married and has two children, born five years apart with the same birthday – the Feast of St. Mark!
Margaret Beckman

Margaret Beckman

MA, School Counselor
  • Location(s):
    St. Pius X Catholic School (Aurora); Christ the King Catholic School (Denver)

  • Education:

    B.A. Sociology, Lambuth University; M.A., Pastoral Counseling, Franciscan University of Steubenville.

  • More about Ms. Beckman:

    Ms. Beckman has worked in Catholic schools as a school counselor for five years, and enjoys helping God’s children become all He created them to be. Meg is married to Jim, and they have five children.
Kevin Cure

Kevin Cure

MA, LMFT, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (CO #1213 – Active)
  • Location(s):
    Samaritan House (Denver); Main Office (Littleton)

  • Education:

    B.A. Behavioral Sciences, Metropolitan State College of Denver; M.A. Marriage and Family Therapy, St. Mary’s University of Minnesota

  • More about Mr. Cure:

    Mr. Cure is experienced in working with families, couples, adults, and adolescents. His interests include assisting those who struggle with family problems, anxiety, depression, parenting issues, relationship problems, and substance use problems.
Katherine Ebeler

Katherine Ebeler

MS, LPC (CO #12026 - Active), Licensed Professional Counselor, Project Rachel Coordinator
  • Location(s):
    Immaculate Heart of Mary (Northglenn), University of Colorado, Boulder – St. Thomas Aquinas Parish (Boulder)

  • Education:

    B.S. Biology and Psychology, University of Denver; MS Clinical Psychology, Institute for the Psychological Sciences.

  • More about Ms. Ebeler:

    Ms. Ebeler previously worked at Mount St. Mary’s University, providing outpatient therapy for college students and seminarians, and served as an Adjunct Professor at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary. Currently, she works with college students and other adults with a variety of presenting issues. Particular areas of interest for Kate include post-abortive counseling for men and women, grief counseling, religion and spirituality, creative/expressive therapies, and working with children, young adults, and adults.
Susan Hyatt

Susan Hyatt

MA, LPC (CO #13608 - Active), Licensed Professional Counselor, Project Rachel Coordinator
  • Location(s):
    Main Office (Littleton)

  • Education:

    B.A. University of Colorado, Boulder; MA Counseling, University of Colorado at Denver.

  • More about Ms. Hyatt:

    Susan Hyatt is an EMDR trained therapist who is experienced in assisting individuals with a variety of presenting issues, including trauma and women’s issues. She is also trained in ASIST (suicide prevention) and cognitive behavioral therapy.  Susan currently serves as Project Rachel Coordinator (post-abortive services for men and women).
Dr. David Kovacs

Dr. David Kovacs

Psy.D., Post-doctoral Psychology Resident
  • Location(s):
    Main Office (Littleton), St. John Vianney Theological Seminary

  • Education:

    B.Phil. Philosophy, Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum; M.S. Clinical Psychology, Institute for the Psychological Sciences; Psy.D. Clinical Psychology, Institute for the Psychological Sciences

  • More about Dr. Kovacs:
    Dr. Kovacs is a generalist, working with people of a wide range of ages as well as presenting problems. His particular professional interests include adolescent psychology, marital and family psychology, emotion-focused therapy (EFT) and mindfulness. Dr. Kovacs is personally interested in astronomy, music, outdoor activities and sports.
Stacie Kula

Stacie Kula

MS, Predoctoral Psychology Intern
  • Location(s):
    Main Office (Littleton), Assumption Catholic School (Denver)

  • Education:

    B.A. Psychology, Southern Illinois University; M.S. Clinical Psychology, Institute for the Psychological Sciences (Psy.D. candidate)

  • More about Ms. Kula:
    Ms. Kula is a Psy.D. candidate in clinical psychology with experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in individual and family therapies. Areas of particular interest include post-abortive counseling for men and women, trauma and recovery, creative/expressive therapy, family therapy, incorporating religion/spirituality into therapy, and assessment (e.g., psychoeducational, psychological, and religious vocational).
Gina Lanz

Gina Lanz

MSEd., NCC, School Counselor LPCC #13975 - Active
  • Location(s):
    St. Rose of Lima Catholic Academy, Our Lady of Lourdes Classical School

  • Education:

    B.A. St. Bonaventure University; MSEd. Counseling, SUNY Brockport; CAS, Counseling & Psychological Services, SUNY Oswego

  • More about Ms. Lanz:

    Gina Lanz has been working with children, teens and families for over twenty years in the combined areas of school counseling, alcohol and drug abuse prevention and education, catechesis and youth ministry.  She is currently a student at Regis University in the Post-graduate Certification program in Counseling Children and Adolescents and incorporates play therapy into her counseling sessions with students. Gina’s area of interest is helping young people develop the coping, problem solving and social skills necessary for them to learn in school, and the capacity to grow in virtue and awareness of their identity as children of God. Gina and her husband Jack have lived in Colorado since 2007 and have three grown children.
Dr. Lisa C.H. Little

Dr. Lisa C.H. Little

Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist (CO #4516 – Active), Assessment Center Coordinator
  • Location(s):
    Loveland, St. Mary Catholic School (Greeley)

  • Education:

    B.S. Psychology and Family Services, minor in Statistics and Research Methods, University of Northern Iowa; Ph.D. School Psychology, University of Northern Colorado

  • More about Dr. Little:
  • Dr. Little specializes in working with children, adolescents, young adults and families. In addition, Dr. Little helps to coordinate the Assessment Center and enjoys working with clients to complete psychoeducational assessments.
Dr. Matthew McCall

Dr. Matthew McCall

Psy.D., Post-doctoral Psychology Resident
  • Location(s):
    Main Office (Littleton), University of Colorado, Boulder – St. Thomas Aquinas Parish (Boulder)

  • Education:

    B.S. Liberal Arts, St. Thomas Aquinas College; M.S. Clinical Psychology, Institute for the Psychological Sciences; Psy.D. Clinical Psychology, Institute for the Psychological Sciences.
Thomas (Tom) Paulus

Thomas (Tom) Paulus

MA, Predoctoral Psychology Intern
  • Location(s):
    Main Office (Littleton)

  • Education:
    B.A. History, Covenant College; MA Clinical Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary (Ph.D. candidate)

  • More about Mr. Paulus:
    Mr. Paulus is a Ph.D. candidate in Clinical Psychology. He has earned degrees in psychology and theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. His primary clinical interests include psychoanalytic/psychodynamic therapy, short-term dynamic therapy (IS-TDP), accelerated experiential dynamic psychotherapy (AEDP), emotion-focused therapy (EFT) for couples, as well as various forms of psychological assessment. Tom is also interested in the dialogue between psychology and theology and the ways in which psychological healing can help people develop in virtue.
Dr. Rebecca Showalter

Dr. Rebecca Showalter

Psy.D., Licensed Psychologist (CO #4587 - Active)
  • Location(s):
    Main Office (Littleton), Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School (Lakewood)

  • Education:

    B.A. English Literature and Theology, Mount St. Mary University; M.S. Clinical Psychology, Institute for the Psychological Sciences; Psy.D. Clinical Psychology, Institute for the Psychological Sciences

  • More about Dr. Showalter:
    Dr. Showalter works with individuals and families by providing psychotherapy and psychological assessment (e.g., psychoeducational, psychological, religious vocational). She is trained as a generalist and works with children, adolescents, and adults presenting with an array of mental health difficulties. Dr. Showalter has also received training in EMDR and Therapeutic Assessment (TA).
Josh Stephens

Josh Stephens

MA, Registered Psychotherapist
  • Location(s):
    Pecos Street Office (Denver); Immaculate Heart of Mary (Northglenn)

  • Education:

    B.S. Social Science, St. Gregory’s University; M.A. Marriage and Family Therapy, Regis University

  • More about Mr. Stephens:

    Mr. Stephens is a Marriage and Family Therapist Candidate who has previous experience working with at-risk youth, grief groups, and court-mandated clients. He currently works with individuals, couples, and families, and strives to help each person become closer to who he or she was created to be. His clinical interests include relationship issues, men’s issues, and motivation/self-efficacy.
Elizabeth Odum

Elizabeth Odum

CPA, Director of Operations
  • Location(s):
    Main office (Littleton)

  • Education:

    B.S. Accounting and Management, Boston College; M.B.A. University of Colorado.

  • More about Ms. Odum:

    Ms. Odum is an active Colorado CPA and CMA (Certified Management Accountant). She brings to RCCS a wealth of experience in areas including accounting management, business operations, process improvement, operational analytics and project administration.
Kelly McGuire

Kelly McGuire

Administrative Assistant

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