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Elana Huff, LPCC

Life is hard…even extremely painful at times. In a culture that prizes independence, it can take courage to reach out for support, but we all need people in our lives who will listen well, offer presence and express empathy through every season. Whether you are plodding through the darkest days of your life or just needing a safe place to process some of life’s complexities, I welcome you.

While I am available to work with a wide variety of presenting issues, some of my specific passions include: grief and loss, chronic illness/disability, trauma recovery, relational difficulties, life transitions, navigating LGBTQ+ identity & faith, cross-cultural adjustment & re-entry, spirituality, faith deconstruction & reconstruction.

I believe every person has profound value and incredible resilience. This belief informs the way I interact with my clients. I seek to honor both your dignity and agency as you navigate through  life’s challenges. I cannot do the work for you, but I will offer support and champion you along the way.

About Elana

Elana graduated with her Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary in 2023. 

Elana has a passion for multicultural engagement, near and far. She lived in South East Asia for three years and has offered emotional support to international missionaries and non-profit workers for over a decade. She is also passionate about diversity and equality within the United States.  She is open to working with people of all ages, and holds deep hope for healing and renewal in all phases of life.

Elana is currently accepting new clients at the Colorado Springs location, and accepts Colorado Medicaid (all regions), Cigna, Aetna, Optum (UMR/United), Carelon/Kaiser, and private pay. Elana's private pay rate is $120  (a limited amount of sliding scale spots available). 

Client Focus

  • Anxiety

  • Women's Issues

  • Spirituality

  • Self esteem

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  • Relationship Issues

  • Stress

  • Trauma & PTSD

  • Depression

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  • Self-harming

  • Grief

  • Life transitions

  • Coping Skills


719-506-2070 (office)

719-377-6314  (direct)

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