Matt Louzon has been working in a variety of roles with at-risk youth, adults, and families in the Denver Metro area since 1993.

That year, he began work with Excelsior Youth Center and remains there today as the Manager of New Programming. Throughout his work in that agency, he has developed their Community Based Services program, coordinated many alternative treatment approaches and groups, trained staff in trauma-informed care and other clinical paradigms, and created a true continuum of care to help families remain in their communities.

Matt has worked with Saddle Rock Counseling for 15 years as an addiction therapist and group facilitator for voluntary and court-ordered clientele. Additionally, he has consulted with several private agencies to create and coordinate comprehensive programming for adolescent and adult programming.

Matt began collaboration with Parker Family Care in the fall of 2016 to provide an integrated care approach for their clientele.

His latest work has been as the Program Developer for David’s Sober Living Community.

Educational Experience includes MA in Community Counseling from University of Northern Colorado and a BS from Michigan State University. Credentials include LPC #4364, CMiT, and pending certificate for Masters Addiction Counselor.

Matt has been noted as being a creative and caring counselor who actively works with clients to help achieve sustainable results that are created in an integrative approach. He is a consummate professional who prioritizes the relationship with others in his approach.