The Foundry Clinical Team
FoundrySteamboat clinical team members are highly skilled and specially trained to deliver the coordinated, Trauma-Integrated Care for which this program is known. This team of experienced caregivers is as compassionate as they are dedicated to partnering closely with clients and families to instill the knowledge, skills, and resources needed to maintain recovery from problematic substance use and manage co-occurring mental health conditions. FoundrySteamboat clinicians are peers, colleagues, confidants, and resources to the clients they serve. These professionals are experts in their respective practice areas and participate in continuing education, training, certification, and team-based practice to bring high-quality care and innovative practice to bear for Foundry Steamboat clients.
Janna works as a Residential Counselor with Foundry Treatment Center. She previously worked as a Behavioral Health Technician at Foundry before receiving her CAT and moving into the counselor position. Janna grew up in Arizona before relocating to Colorado in middle school and has remained in love with the mountains ever since! She is currently working towards finishing her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work before moving onto her Master’s degree. In the winter you can find Janna at the gym and outside in the summer either hiking or paddleboarding while spending time with her two beagles, Zoey and Abby. Janna loves working with her team and is extra grateful to work at Foundry!
Assistant Clinical Director
Kristin Burdge is the Assistant Clinical Director for Foundry Steamboat’s residential location and a newly established Coloradan. Kristin’s purpose is to create space for those exploring recovery to discover what’s possible. She is enjoying feeling exactly where she’s meant to be in her return to a group and community-based recovery setting. Prior to the Foundry, Kristin served as a therapist in community behavioral healthcare with Mind Springs Health, Steamboat Springs. Kristin relocated to Colorado in 2021, following 10 years of clinical social work experience in the Mid-Atlantic, and 10 years of New England-based education, teaching, US and international internships, AmeriCorps VISTA service, and nonprofit employment and board service, including a term as President of the board of The DREAM Program, Inc. The Mid-Atlantic provided Kristin nine years of career development in the substance use and mental health treatment arena through positions from Residential Coordinator, Residential and Outpatient Therapist, Admissions Manager, and over four years as Program Director for Outpatient Services at National Capital Treatment and Recovery (formerly Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic). Her philosophy of empowering, trauma-informed, whole person-centered, personal and global environment inclusive, multidisciplinary team approach ripples through client, staff, and agency experiences. Kristin is trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and is a solution-focused, CBT-based practitioner. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the State of Colorado. When Kristin is not meeting with the team, therapeutically supporting clients, or behind the computer, you can find her teaching or practicing yoga, playing volleyball, enjoying delicious meals, or exploring new corners of the West - and the world. She maintains contact with her New England ties and early career roots in education and mentoring, and through weaving all experience together, is on a mission to transform US healthcare operations by coaching others to cause-inspired care. She also holds certifications in yoga (as a 200 hr RYT) and as a certified Lightyear Leadership coach. Kristin hails from Los Angeles, CA - go Bruins, Dodgers, Red Sox, Patriots, and Nationals.
Life is full of challenges, and it can be messy and unpredictable; however, learning ways to silence our inner critic and reframe our thoughts can help clear a new path for self-compassion and personal growth. Jamalynn’s personal story and passion for helping others in their personal recovery story was a driving force in her decision to join the treatment team at the Foundry, Steamboat Springs; she encourages clients to discover their core strengths and assists with teaching coping strategies for life challenges. Jamalynn knows that gaining clarity and understanding is crucial to achieving success and producing desired outcomes. She is a firm believer that the principles and values we declare as most important for ourselves should be the ones most easily seen by those closest to us. How we live at home is who we are. It is in that spirit she brings all she is to those she is privileged to serve. Jamalynn has a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Colorado Christian University and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Colorado Christian University. Jamalynn utilizes a holistic and integrative approach to therapy. She incorporates strengths-based, solution-focused, mindfulness, narrative, and cognitive-behavioral therapy perspectives to initiate change in a positive and empathetic way. Professional Affiliations American Counseling Association (ACA); Colorado Counseling Association (CCA); American Mental Health Counseling Association (AMHCA)
Annie Camacho, LPC, LAC
Annie earned her bachelor’s degree in Sociology from The Colorado College and her master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and Counselor Education from University of Colorado Denver. She is a Licensed Addictions Counselor (LAC) and Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Annie grew up in Southern California and began her career in counseling as a high school counselor in Colorado Springs. She believes in the power of the family system and her work is driven by the understanding that the degree of appropriate support our participants receive from family and friends is foundational to their success. Annie has lived in Steamboat since 2014 and she considers herself lucky for having three generations of her own family living in town. In her free time you will find her with her family, at the gym, on the lake (summer) or the slopes (winter).
Rudy Spector, PMHNP-BC
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Rudy Spector grew up in Grand Forks, ND and went to college in Bemidji, MN before moving to Steamboat Springs in the fall of 2000. She has worked as a nurse at The Memorial Hospital in Craig, CO. prior to working at Foundry Treatment Center - Steamboat Springs. Rudy enjoys the majority of the outdoor activities Colorado has to offer including skiing, snowboarding, split-boarding, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, and camping. She enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter.
Howard Bryant, MSW, LCSW, LAC, LAT
Howard Bryant is the Outpatient Manager at Foundry Treatment Center. He has 10+ years of experience in the field of substance abuse treatment. Howard received his Bachelor of Social Work from Metropolitan State University of Denver in 2018 and his Master of Social Work from Metropolitan State University of Denver in 2020. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Colorado, a Licensed Addictions Counselor (LAC) in Colorado, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Wyoming, and a Licensed Addictions Therapist (LAT) in Wyoming. Howard enjoys international travel and has lived in South America and in Mexico. He prioritizes self-care to support overall wellness and maintains close, personal relationships with his family. He is married and lives in the Denver area. Howard supports his clients’ journeys with sobriety, emphasizing a holistic approach using the Eight Dimensions of Wellness and understands that there are multiple pathways to recovery. He especially appreciates the Foundry's trauma-informed approach to exploring additional topics, including inner child work, family of origin, grief, loss and trauma.
Kim Brooks, CHT
Discharge Coordinator and Horticultural Facilitator
Kim is a certified Permaculture Design Consultant and has been gardening in the Yampa Valley since 2000. She helps individuals, businesses, organizations, and schools design and build high altitude edible food gardens. She is also passionate about building community by involving all people in our food system, from educating little sprouts where food comes from to providing our food bank with local, healthy produce. She believes gardening is excellent therapy, both physically and mentally. As Masanobu Fukuoka says in The One-Straw Revolution,” The ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings.” Although, good food does often lead to happiness! And good ingredients, like fresh locally grown produce, are the first step toward delicious, healthy and healing food.
Sydney Linden, LSW, PCSW
Sydney is an Outpatient Therapist at Foundry. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Iowa and her master’s degree from the University of Denver in Social Work. She is a Licensed Social Worker through the state of Colorado, as well as Provisional Clinical Social Worker in Wyoming. Prior to Foundry, Sydney was a Licensed Massage Therapist at a top therapeutic spa in Sedona, AZ. She takes a mind-body approach to therapy, seeking to bring awareness to both the physical body and the emotional body to support holistic and optimal recovery. She enjoys spending time with her fiancé, exercising, and gardening.
Brittney Lumpkin, LAC, LAT, MFTC
Originating from Georgia where she received a Masters of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy, Brittney relocated to Colorado to begin her professional journey in the field of Mental Health. For 3 years she worked in Outpatient Community Mental Health where she offered Trauma Informed Dual Diagnosis (Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders) treatment for rural Colorado clients. After a year of work with dual diagnoses, she decided to pursue her License in Addictions Counseling. This certification paired with her Marriage and Family Therapy background inspires her systemic view of Trauma Informed Addictions Treatment. She continued her pursuit of professional development by becoming a Licensed Addictions Therapist in the state of Wyoming. Believing that our lives are parts of a whole allows space for her to truly take the client’s background (biological, social, and psychological aspects) into consideration in their treatment process. Her background in Mental Health and Addictions Crisis work gives her the ability to meet people where they are in their process of recovery while also encouraging them to get to where they want to be. Brittney was drawn to Foundry because of their innovative drive to provide Trauma Informed Addictions Treatment through various forms of therapy. The Foundry’s ability to provide variety in treatment, supports opportunities to make genuine connections with clients on their specific paths to recovery. When not working with clients to meet their goals she can be found exploring the history and natural beauty of Colorado and/or embracing her creative side by making jewelry or cooking.
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