Judith Becerra is a Licensed Professional Counselor and the Manager of the Counseling Department and Director of the Gestational Carrier Program at CCRM. She has over 30 years’ experience in the counseling field specializing in infertility, grief and loss, trauma, mood disorders and adoption. She received her undergraduate degree in Social Work at the University of Kansas and her master’s degree in Psychology and Counseling at Pittsburg State University. Judy has published numerous articles on mental health issues, has been a national speaker on grief and loss as well as featured on television, documentaries and radio. Judy utilizes a holistic approach in counseling, believing in the connection of mind/body/spirit. Judy is a member of the Mental Health Professionals Group of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and a professional member of RESOLVE.
Cathy Corbett is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has been working with and counseling intended patients, gestational carriers and egg donors for over 15 years. She is a support services counselor and is the Lead Program Coordinator for the Gestational Carrier Program at CCRM. She received her undergraduate degree at the University of Arizona and her master’s degree at the University of Colorado at Denver. Cathy is a professional member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and is an experienced support group leader. Prior to her work in the field of infertility, Cathy spent 11 years working with adolescents in residential treatment. Her work included counseling youths and their families, and developing treatment programs using cognitive behavioral therapy techniques to reach the goal of family unification
Kelli Johnson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and is a support services counselor. She received both her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Master of Social Work degrees from the University of Denver. Kelli has 6 years of experience working with individuals and families around perinatal mental health, grief and loss, medical trauma, and depression and anxiety. Prior to her work in the field of infertility, Kelli spent several years as a clinical social worker providing crisis intervention and supportive counseling to individuals and families in a hospital setting. She is a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM).
Melissa Robinson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and is a support services counselor. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Colorado at Boulder and Master of Social Work degree from Metropolitan State University of Denver. Prior to her work in the field of infertility, Melissa worked with individuals and families who have experienced trauma, grief, and bereavement. Melissa has worked with diverse patient populations in a variety of settings including community based, outpatient, residential care, and inpatient hospital care. Melissa has a passion for utilizing a trauma-focused lens and patient centered approach to mental and physical health and wellness. She is a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM).