Who We Are

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BAEBarbara Ezyk
Executive Director
Colorado Lawyer Assistance Program
bezyk@coloradolap.org

Barbara Ezyk manages all aspects of the Colorado Lawyer Assistance Program, pursuant to Rule 254, as adopted by the Colorado Supreme Court.  Ms. Ezyk has been a Colorado licensed attorney since 1995 and licensed Registered Nurse since 1983.

Ms. Ezyk obtained her law degree from the University of Denver and her Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from the Metropolitan State College in Denver. Ms. Ezyk worked in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for approximately 10 years; as a trial attorney for approximately 10 years, as a Legal Risk Manager for 3 years at United Health Care and the Substance Use Education Director at Peer Assistance Services for 2 years.  Ms. Ezyk has worked with judges, lawyers and law students in need of assistance due to physical and mental health issues.

Ms. Ezyk has served on the Colorado Lawyers Helping Lawyers Board of Directors and has been an active participant of the Colorado Bar Association and the ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs.


 

SMyers_DULawSarah Myers
Clinical Director
Colorado Lawyer Assistance Program
smyers@coloradolap.org

Sarah Myers is the Clinical Director of the Colorado Lawyer Assistance Program.  Ms. Myers obtained her law degree from the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law and became a Colorado licensed attorney in 2016.  She has been a Colorado Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) and a Colorado Licensed Addiction Counselor (LAC) since 2008.  Ms. Myers is also a licensed post-graduate level secondary teacher, certified trauma and abuse psychotherapist, and certified LGTBQ specialized therapist.  Ms. Myers received her Bachelor’s degree in Social Psychology from the University of Richmond, Virginia.   She received her Master’s degree in Education and post-graduate degree concentration in Somatic Counseling Psychology from Naropa University, Colorado.  Ms. Myers has over 15 years of experience as a counselor, psychotherapist, and clinical supervisor working with professionals.  She also has over 16 years of experience as a professor and teacher, program director, and curriculum coordinator.


Carrie Bowerspic.4cbOffice Administrator
Colorado Lawyer Assistance Program
cbowers@coloradolap.org

Carrie Bowers is the Office Administrator for the Colorado Lawyers Assistance Program. Ms. Bowers is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Counseling for Clinical Mental Health and is a Level One Colorado Certified Addiction Counselor (CAC I).  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. She brings to COLAP not only a strong legal administrative background, but also the compassion, empathy, and dedication necessary to help Colorado’s legal professionals make the most of their lives and careers.


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