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Peak Interactive

About Our Team

We help you set a new baseline, navigate your mental health journey, and guide you to peak wellness.


We’re on your side. Your sounding board, and the supporting system to see things from your perspective, not prescribe prematurely.


We don’t make medication decisions for you — instead, we provide you with options and empower you to make choices about your care. 


While we’re experts in medication management, we’re open to exploring ideas you initiate and love to offer education about cutting-edge treatments and empirical evidence. 


We hold a controlled container, where you can feel safe to process a traumatic event, navigate a life transition, or simply seek treatment. 


We honor the scientific process, and also know that shifting the paradigm around mental health treatment is a must to honoring ALL the pieces that make up who you are. 


We believe that no two clients are the same, and we pride ourselves on a vast scope of prescribing abilities, dosing techniques, and treatment modalities. 


We are Peak Interactive Wellness, a private psychiatric practice specializing in medication management for mental health — and all the pieces that make up who you are — so you can keep living your story. 

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Bailie is a doctorally prepared board-certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) with prescriptive authority providing treatment for psychiatric ailments and disorders across the lifespan. Due to being adjunct clinical faculty with various nurse practitioner programs, she almost always has a student with her. Bailie is not currently accepting new clients besides those interested in Spravato and Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP).

Bailie strongly believes that the best treatment combines medication, therapy, and lifestyle alterations. She offers a holistic approach to mental health care, looking at lifestyle choices including activity level, nutrition, and sleep patterns. Bailie is conservative in her prescribing practices.

Bailie graduated from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus with a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree and an MS in Nursing (Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner). 


Her special interests include children/adolescent mental health, perinatal mental health, those struggling with fertility, those going through life transitions, and young adult mental health. She provides Spravato treatments and holds a ketamine/psychedelic psychotherapy certificate from PRATI. Bailie also studies functional medicine and incorporates functional medicine approaches into her treatment plans.

In her free time, Bailie enjoys traveling, trying new foods, yoga, reading a good psychological thriller, and spending time outdoors with her husband, dogs, and toddler. 

Check out her profile on Psychology Today 


Phone: 720-460-9081

Fax: 720-707-1640

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Meg will most likely be your first point of contact with our practice. She wears many hats including scheduling, administrative work, insurance billing, and case management.

Meg has previous work experience in inpatient mental health treatment centers that served adults. She excelled in working with those experiencing eating disorders and co-occurring mental health struggles and substance abuse.  Her roles there included working in Housing and Case Management. Through her work there, she has learned to be a calmly compassionate presence for those around her. We think you'll notice this, too! 


Outside of work, Meg enjoys spending time with her partner and their 3 dogs and 2 cats. In her spare time, you can find her playing computer games, going to the movies, trying new restaurants, and traveling. 


Phone: 720-460-9084

Fax: 720-707-1640



Kayla is a master’s prepared board-certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP), with prescriptive authority, providing treatment across the lifespan.


Kayla provides treatment including medication management for depression, anxiety, attention disturbances, trauma, bipolar disorder, behavioral issues, substance abuse, and problematic thought patterns. She treats clients from childhood onward, with an emphasis on treating those with autism spectrum disorders and inmate reentry. 


Kayla has extensive experience in both pediatric and adult inpatient behavioral health, as well as behavioral health in the correctional setting. She believes in a multi-faceted treatment approach that takes into consideration both the client's mental and physical health. Kayla is conservative in her prescribing practices.


Kayla graduated from Walden University with a Masters in Nursing (MSN) degree, as well as from East Carolina University with her Bachelors in Nursing (BSN) degree. Kayla enjoys spending time with her animals/family, swimming, and exploring Colorado. Her ideal client population/special interest population are those with ADHD, mood/anxiety disorders, and autism, children/adolescents, those reintegrating from incarceration, and veterans.

Check out her profile on Psychology Today


Phone: 720-440-2733

Fax: 720-707-1640

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Lamara is a board-certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) with prescriptive authority. She has extensive experience in acute care, crisis, and outpatient settings providing mental health care across the lifespan. 


She provides psychiatric evaluations and medication management for adults living with anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and trauma sequelae. Her particular interests include LGBTQIA+ mental health and perinatal mental health. She received specialized training in perinatal mood disorders and psychopharmacology through Postpartum Support International to work with individuals experiencing perinatal anxiety, depression, and grief/loss.

Lamara strives to provide comprehensive and holistic care which is inspired by her unique training as both a social worker and nurse practitioner. She has a passion for patient advocacy, social justice, providing inclusive care, and promoting patient empowerment. She believes in using a patient-centered treatment approach that takes into consideration the mind-body connection and multifactorial nature of wellness. Lamara is conservative in her prescribing practices and can also provide lifestyle recommendations to improve overall physical and mental health.

Check out her profile on Psychology Today


Phone: 720-440-2876

Fax: 720-707-1640

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Joyce is a master's prepared board-certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP-BC) with prescriptive authority.

Joyce provides medication management treatment for adolescents and adults with mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, attention/concentration disturbances, trauma, behavioral issues, and substance use disorders. Joyce has experience with substance use and mood disorder populations through her role as a nurse and social worker.


She believes in partnering with clients to create a comprehensive
treatment plan. Recommendations are based on a holistic approach that may include counseling, medications, and lifestyle change strategies. Joyce values empowering clients to live a fulfilled and balanced life.

Joyce graduated from the University of Colorado with a Masters in Nursing (MSN), from the University of Florida for her Bachelors in Nursing (BSN), and a Masters in Clinical Social Work (MSW) from Florida State University. Joyce enjoys hiking, thrifting, and trying new foods! Her ideal client is someone who is wanting/ready/open for a change, going a new direction in life, or working towards self- actualization. 

Check out her profile on Psychology Today


Phone: 720-440-2709

Fax: 720-707-1640

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Danielle is a master's prepared, board-certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) providing treatment across the lifespan for psychiatric ailments and disorders. Danielle treats depression, anxiety, attention problems, bipolar disorder, troubled thought patterns, and trauma. Danielle treats adolescents, young adults, and adults. 

Danielle’s practice focuses on creating an environment that is non-judgemental, confidential, and solution-focused. She will integrate therapy into your sessions to cultivate insight, appreciation, and understanding of your past and current circumstances. She believes that medication is beneficial for many situations but it does not have to be a permanent part of your treatment plan. She firmly believes that integration of holistic practices is also beneficial to become the best version of yourself that you can be. Recommendations and referrals for holistic practices such as TMS, ketamine therapy, acupuncture, herbal supplements and more can be provided. 

Danielle graduated from Regis College with an MS in Nursing (Psychiatric Mental Health) degree, from Grand Valley State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences, minoring in Psychology (BS), as well as from Arapahoe Community College with an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN). She has working experience in inpatient child, adolescent, and adult psychiatry, as well as outpatient adult psychiatry. Danielle’s ideal patient is someone who is tired of the status quo and looking to create growth and change for themselves with her assistance.

Danielle enjoys hiking, camping, concerts, art, fro yo, and Bikram Yoga.

Check out her profile on Psychology Today


Phone: 720-440-2655

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Amy is a master’s prepared Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner providing treatment across the lifespan. 
Amy provides treatment including medication management for mood disorders, emotional/behavioral disturbances, attention/concentration disturbances, troubled thought patterns, and trauma. She has a particular interest in children and adolescents dealing with depression and anxiety. 

Amy has work experience in inpatient child and adolescent behavioral health and outpatient psychiatry for all ages. Amy believes in providing individualized comprehensive client-focused care for balanced health and wellness. She is conservative in her prescribing practices and can provide lifestyle recommendations as well.

Amy graduated from the University of Colorado with a Masters in Nursing (MSN) as well as her Bachelors in Nursing (BSN) degrees. 

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Phone: 720-440-2234
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Caroline "Callie" Fernandez is a Columbia University trained and Board Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner with extensive experience in medication management and psychotherapy. While Callie cares for clients across the lifespan, she has additional training in the treatment of children and adolescents and integrates developmental strategies into all of her client work.

Since focusing solely on medication might not address all of a client's goals, Callie strives to understand the whole individual to tailor unique treatment recommendations. Callies approach considers a client's nutrition, physical activity, social patterns, as well as unique features such as one's cultural identity and background; this is shaped by her own experience as a 2nd generation Cuban-American.

Callie strives to create a space where clients feel welcome and seen. By prioritizing active, neutral, and non-judgmental listening, Callie works to build an interactive assessment with the client's help. From this, Callie works with clients in order to come up with a collaborative treatment plan that encompasses their needs, goals, and evidence-based practices.

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Phone: 720-460-9083

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Lauren is a masters prepared, double board-certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) and Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) with prescriptive authority. She has extensive training as a nurse practitioner in both family medicine and psychiatry.


Lauren provides treatment including medication management for adolescents and adults with various conditions including mood disorders, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, behavioral issues, trauma, attention and concentration difficulties, and troubled thought patterns. Lauren has previous experience working with conditions including anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions through her former work as a family nurse practitioner and primary care provider.


Lauren values a holistic, patient-centered approach to the care of her clients while remaining sensitive to each person’s individual life journey, values, and needs. She places emphasis on a well-rounded treatment plan which might include medication, therapy, nutrition, exercise, sleep, and lifestyle recommendations as these factors all contribute to our mental health. She brings with her several years of practicing as a family nurse practitioner where she cared for both the medical and mental health of her clients with ages varying across the lifespan. This breadth and depth of knowledge and experience allows her to be a very well-rounded, knowledgeable, and efficacious mental health provider.  She has a passion for helping clients understand the importance of their mental health and its vital role in physical and spiritual wellbeing. She is conservative in her prescribing practice while also valuing the importance of lifestyle recommendations in her approach to care. Her special interests include working with anxiety, depression, mood disorders, ADHD, young to middle-aged adult populations, and those who may be going through life changes and transitions.


Lauren’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Microbiology from the University of New Hampshire, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, and a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) as a Family Nurse Practitioner from the University of New Hampshire. She also completed additional graduate studies with a post-master program to obtain a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner certification from Regis College.


In her free time, Lauren enjoys yoga, running, hiking, all music, the theater, and travel. 

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Phone: 720-460-9024

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Renee is a master's prepared pre-board-certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner extern. Renee believes that the best outcomes come from combining medication with therapy, support, and reconnecting with oneself. She takes the time to truly listen to patients, understand their hardships, and create a non-judgmental space for you–come as you are.

Renee educates her patients on how the brain works, changes we can make through neuroplasticity and the default mode network, and the science behind current symptoms. So often we blame ourselves for anxiety, depression, etc. It is not your fault. Renee can help you understand why, and together, you will develop a treatment plan to help facilitate lasting change.

Renee graduated from Herzing University with a MS in Nursing (Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner) and from the University of South Dakota with a Bachelors in Nursing (BSN) and Bachelors of Science in Psychology. She has also spent 4+ years studying in a certified IAYT program for yoga therapy and Ayurveda (an Eastern practice of medicine that focuses on disease prevention and healing through lifestyle choices and an understanding of self). You will find these principles in the way she cares for her patients.


Renee is passionate about helping patients move through their trauma. She has a special interest in working with domestic and intimate partner violence victims, those feeling lost, fearful, and/or “stuck” in their lives, and those suffering from the mental effects of chronic pain. She provides Spravato treatments and will soon be offering ketamine-assisted psychotherapy. Renee has worked extensively with ketamine infusions in the past and is excited for the new wave of acceptance for psycholytic experiences to be recognized as medicine. 


​Renee loves to travel to rock climbing and ski (hash-tag vanlife) with her dog, Hank.

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Phone: 720-460-9089

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Joe is a master's prepared board-certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Joe is an Assistant Professor for Regis University and Colorado Christian University in their psychiatric nursing programs. 


His style of practice includes a comprehensive patient-centered focus of care that supports traditional as well as holistic care. He believes treatment of the whole person includes mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical health. His style of conservative psychopharmacological treatment is designed to be utilized collaboratively with the addition of a primary psychotherapist. Other important aspects of focus in his practice include complementary and alternative medicine, lifestyle modification, exercise, nutrition, and stress management.

Joe began his career in mental health as a mental health counselor working in co-occurring mental health and substance abuse treatment. Following his passion within the medical field, he continued his education at Purdue University and received a Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing. He then continued his graduate studies at the University of South Alabama and received a Master's Degree as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner.

Joe's mental health employment history includes work in acute and non-acute inpatient facilities, substance use detox and residential facilities, and a correctional facility. Areas of specialty include chronic mental illness, mood disorders, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and substance abuse across all developmental age spans.

Check out his profile on Psychology Today


Phone: 720-460-9009

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Kalli is a master's prepared certified Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), with certifications in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Kalli provides treatment to individuals who are and have experienced anxiety, depression, attention/concentration disturbances, emotional/behavioral disturbances, addiction, grief and loss, and trauma. She has a particular interest in working with young adults and adults. 

Kalli believes in the whole body and mind approach when providing treatment. She offers approaches that work with and for the individual. Kalli has work experience in inpatient child/adult behavioral health and in the outpatient setting. Most recently, Kalli has worked within the criminal justice system providing substance abuse, trauma, and mental health care treatment for individuals currently in custody.

Kalli is a graduate of the University of Colorado-Denver with a Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. 

Kalli enjoys rock climbing, being outdoors, concerts, and reading a good book.

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Phone: 720-460-9082

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Brad Tepper has been a registered nurse for 10 years, most of which has been in the field of psychiatry.  Brad is currently finishing his Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner program at Purdue University.   Brad is passionate about helping patients through medication administration, therapy and Spravato treatment. 

Brad’s goal is for every patient to feel comfortable and cared for while receiving care in the clinic.  His top priority is listening, educating, and meeting patient needs in the moment. 


Brad’s completed education includes a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and an MBA in Healthcare Management.  His hobbies include pickleball, ice hockey and hiking in the beautiful mountains around Colorado. 


Trust Breeds Transformation

A sense of safety creates a foundation for us to work from. We take a humanistic and positive psychiatry approach,  we make medication decisions with you, not for you, and we provide alternative treatment options and therapies. 

Direct Communication Builds Confidence

In a field often clouded by confusion, our communication helps you actualize your goals and require less care over time. 

Education on New Evidence-Based Practices

Learning new things about our field and surpassing the standard of care. We combine test results, cutting edge treatment modalities, creating balance, and working closely with other members of your health care team to form a collaborative approach to your treatment. 

Breaking Down Barriers to Care

Our practice is approachable and we work to remove stigma around mental health, because we believe your mental health doesn’t make up the entirety of who you are. 

Individual Voice

We hold space for our patients to speak up and self-direct their outcomes, because we all want to feel like ourselves and live our whole story. 

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