Sarah Myers is the Executive Director of the Colorado Lawyer Assistance Program. She earned her B.A. at the University of Richmond, M.A. at Naropa University, and J.D. at the University of Denver. She is a Colorado licensed attorney, licensed marriage and family therapist, and licensed addiction counselor. Ms. Myers is also a licensed post-graduate level teacher and certified trauma and abuse psychotherapist. She has over 20 years of experience specializing in stress management, psychoneuroimmunology, compassion fatigue, professional burnout, and behavioral health issues for legal professionals as a program director, therapist, clinical supervisor, educator, and author.
Amy Kingery is the Assistant Director and judicial/presentation programming liaison for the Colorado Lawyer Assistance Program. She received her BA from the University of Hawai’i-Hilo and her MSW and MBA from Newman University. Ms. Kingery is a Colorado licensed clinical social worker and licensed addiction counselor. She is a Colorado native with over 15 years of experience serving individuals, families and professionals working within the intersections of the courts, child welfare, behavioral health and trauma.
Dr. Robyn Hacker is the Clinical Manager and treatment provider/concerned colleague liaison for the Colorado Lawyer Assistance Program (COLAP). She received her B.S. degrees in criminal justice and psychology from Loyola University Chicago, a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Arizona State University, and pre- and post-doctoral fellowships in forensic addiction psychology from Yale School of Medicine. Dr. Hacker is a Colorado licensed psychologist and certified EMDR therapist with over 10 years of clinical experience treating addiction, trauma, and co-occurring mental health concerns across the lifespan in individual, family, and group settings.
Carrie Bowers is the Program Manager and bar applicant liaison for the Colorado Lawyers Assistance Program. Ms. Bowers is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Counseling for Clinical Mental Health and is a Certified Addiction Specialist (CAS). She has 10 years experience as a paralegal and legal office administrator in boutique firms specializing in criminal defense, civil rights matters, and consumer bankruptcy.
Anita Caronna is the Clinical Coordinator and lawyer/law student stress liaison for the Colorado Lawyers Assistance Program. Ms. Caronna earned her B.A. at Fordham University, M.A. in Psychology at the Phillips Graduate Institute, and M.S.Ed in Special Education at Adelphi University. She is a Colorado licensed professional counselor with specializations in crisis intervention, substance abuse and stress management. She has over 15 years of experience as a counselor, educator, and public speaker. In addition, Ms. Caronna has 10 years of experience as a legal assistant in large and medium-sized law and financial firms with a post-graduate certificate in paralegal studies.
Dasi LeFhae is the Executive Assistant and communications/projects liaison for the Colorado Lawyers Assistance Program. Ms. LeFhae completed her BA at Metropolitan State College in Denver. She has over 25 years of experience as an office administrator, executive assistant, coordinator and program manager in both the non-profit and private sectors with a strong focus on affordable for-sale housing in Colorado.