Joseph Snoha MDiv, ThM, CAS


Joseph earned his undergraduate degree from Allentown College of Saint Francis de Sales in Center Valley PA and a Master of Divinity and Master of Theology from Mary Immaculate Seminary in Northampton PA. Joseph worked at Saint Michael Community a residential treatment program in Saint Louis, Missouri and at Hospitality House, an outpatient addiction treatment program in Philadelphia, PA and DePaul University working with students in Chicago Illinois. Joseph joined Harmony four years ago and is currently the Team Leader for the Harmony Men’s Program.

“Harmony Foundation offers a welcoming and supportive environment in which clients could address their problems and receive the help they need to develop and sustain sobriety. I love the natural setting of our campus and the opportunity to collaborate with my colleagues in our service with the clients.”

Ashita Alexander M.Sc, MA, LAC

Counseling Manager

Ashita is a graduate of Christ University, Bangalore, India with a Master’s of Science in Psychology (Clinical). She completed a Masters in Addiction Counseling from Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies in Center City, MN. She worked in an addiction treatment facility in India and worked with both men and women at Hazelden Betty Ford.

“Even though I’m 8000 miles away from my family and some friends, Harmony feels like home. The staff we have is welcoming and supportive and is a huge part of what makes Harmony special as well as the location! Because we are a smaller team than most organizations, I find that treatment here is personal and intimate on all levels.”

Trent Burkholder CAC III

LEAD Counselor

Trent has an undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado, Boulder in Psychology. He is a CAC III men’s primary therapist at Harmony Foundation, having worked at Harmony in this role since 2011. Trent has a personal history of continuous sobriety since 2004. He utilizes his own recovery experience, with a strong foundation in 12-step concepts and relapse prevention, as well as clinical best practices in CBT to help clients find support in their early recovery from addiction.

“Harmony is special for many reasons; the location is one of the most beautiful in Colorado, the emphasis on the 12 steps is important to me because I know it works, the staff all really care about the work, we are non-profit and mission driven, and there is a spiritual component (not religious) that many treatment centers don’t give enough emphasis to nowadays.”

Rebecca Sugar, MSW, LCSW, LAC, CCTP

LEAD Counselor

Rebecca Sugar earned her Master’s in Social Work from Metropolitan State University of Denver, emphasizing Adult Mental Health. Rebecca is dually licensed as a Clinical Social Worker and Addition Counselor. She is also committed to additional training to become a certified clinical trauma professional. Rebecca had the unique experience of writing her own curriculum on the psychology of 12-step programs. With this curriculum, she was awarded a bachelor’s degree in “Spiritual Counseling.” Rebecca has over 25 years of experience as an active member of the recovery community and is grateful to continue her service to others in a professional setting.


“Harmony is an amazing place where amazing things happen. My colleagues, the setting, the mission of the organization, and every client I meet – ignite my passion for carrying a message of hope. To be a part of such a miraculous transformation is a gift to me. There is no place I would rather be.”

Dianne Asher, LCSW

Lead Counselor

Dianne holds a Master of Social Work Degree (MSW) from the University of Kansas School of Social Welfare.  Dianne is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with over 31 years of experience in mental health and substance abuse treatment. She has held several positions in the mental health/substance abuse fields, including; Director of Behavioral Health Workforce Development and Dual Diagnosis  Specialist/Qualified Mental Health professional at University Health-Behavioral Health, Consultant/Trainer for Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment at the University of Kansas, School of Social Welfare, Case Management/Supported Housing Team Leader, Adolescent Substance Abuse Clinician and Qualified Mental Health Professional at Johnson County Mental Health Center. She has been trained as a Motivational Interviewing trainer and part of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers since 2002.

“I am truly honored to work here at Harmony Foundation, where client care comes first and is based on our mission and values. I believe everyone deserves to live a life of dignity and worth with the skills and tools needed to live a life in recovery. Recovery happens one step at a time, and I am passionate about helping others find it.”

Kimberly Harker, MA, LAC

Lead Counselor

Kimberly received her bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University in Psychology and Nutrition and, after many years of struggling to find her own recovery, received her master’s degree from Grand Canyon University in Addiction Counseling. She originally wanted to work with eating-disordered clients until drugs and alcohol appeared. Kimberly became a Licensed Addiction Counselor in 2021 but has worked in the treatment industry since 2017. Experiencing many roles, from tech to case manager to the development of a family program, she is genuinely passionate about helping others and feels that her experiences led her to Harmony and working with women struggling to find their path to recovery.

“I am grateful for the people I work with at Harmony and feel blessed to be a part of a team and a place with such a history and excellent reputation. The views outside my office window aren’t too shabby either!”

Kimberley S. Roberts, LCSW

Lead Counselor

Kim earned a master’s degree in social work at the University of Northern Iowa and is credentialed as Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Colorado. She has been working in the addiction, medical and mental health field for the last 12 years. 

Vance Hansen, MACP, LAC, CCTP

Lead Counselor

Vance is an addiction counselor and a certified clinical trauma professional. He specializes in PTSD, addiction, anxiety, and crisis.  Vance’s therapeutic style is heavily based on restoring a felt sense of safety, helping to avoid maladaptive behavior.  Vance believes our painful past experiences teach us to feel unsafe in almost any situation, leading to unhealthy behaviors so we can cope.  Once we become aware of this, we regain the ability to choose our path, which empowers us to move forward with intention and find a more meaningful life.

Megan Hauschulz, MSW, CAS

IOP Counselor

Megan is the daytime virtual intensive outpatient program counselor at Harmony. She is a certified addiction specialist (CAS). Megan earned her undergraduate and graduate degree (MSW) in social work from Colorado State University. Megan has worked at Harmony Foundation since 2012, previously as a counseling technician. Megan is in recovery herself and is also a Harmony Alumni. Megan uses DBT, mindfulness, and CBT in her work, along with 12-step concepts and relapse prevention. Megan’s style is very engaging. We are very happy she is part of the team.

“I work where the ‘magic happens.’ We get to witness miracles every day with each client who comes here. Harmony once saved my life in 2008, and now it’s my turn to be able to give back. I work with exceptional people at Harmony who pride themselves on what WE do as a team.”


Erik Aguilera, MA, LPC

IOP Counselor

Erik received his master’s in Clinical Mental Health from the University of Northern Colorado. He has worked in the field of addiction treatment since 2017.  Erik’s career path working with recovery began on a college campus, followed by community mental health, and currently Harmony Foundation. Erik’s passion is to provide a unique and inspiring experience that helps individuals achieve the goals during their recovery journey.


“We always kept in our hearts the most noble, beautiful feeling that sets human beings apart…Hope.”
                                                                                                                                                           ~Manel Loureiro

Steve Aronson

Spiritual Advisor

Steve Aronson knew as a young teen that he wanted to work with people. He studied Biblical Studies at Golden Valley Lutheran College. He has 41 years of recovery fueled by his passion for exploring religious studies and spiritual traditions. He is most known for inspiring clients through Talking Circles, a deep form of communication. He has worked with teens in transition since 1999 and adults in recovery for decades. Steve draws from many religious and spiritual traditions to help clients identify the spiritual path that most suits them. He is honored to be a Spiritual Advisor for Harmony Foundation, a job he feels he has been training for his entire life.

Julie Chandler

Clinical Case Manager-Team Lead

Julie has worked as a Certified Peer Support Specialists for North Range Behavioral Health as a primary support for the Adult Treatment Court in Weld County Co. She also worked as a Care Coordinator for Co-Slaw, an organization dedicated to help those seeking MAT treatment in the Larimer and Weld county.

Recently joining the Clinical Case Management team at Harmony, Julie focuses on helping clients build a plan for continuing care to helping them on their next step of their recovery journey.

Isabel Serafin

Clinical Case Manager

Isabel Serafin is a part of the Clinical Case Management team at Harmony Foundation and a Certified Peer Support and Recovery Specialist. Isabel had been working in the recovery field for almost a year and a half before joining the Harmony team, previously serving as a Recovery Coach and House Manager for her Sober Living home. Isabel also serves as an Executive Board Member for Colorado Artists in Recovery. This non-profit promotes and facilitates free arts programming for individuals in recovery from substance use and mental health issues. Isabel’s passion for working in the recovery field stems from her own lived experience as a Harmony Alumni and an active member of the 12-step community.  When Isabel is not at work, you can find her performing at Sober Open Mic events, attending 12-step meetings, or spending time with her Pitbull, Arya!

Nate Coffey

Clinical Case Manger

Nate Coffey is a Clinical Case Manager at Harmony Foundation and a Certified Peer Support and Recovery Specialist.  Nate worked in Admissions before being promoted to Case Manager and is also on Harmony’s Safety Committee.  He loves collaborating with clients to find a recovery path they can be excited about.  Nate is an active member of the 12-step community and is in long-term recovery.  Nate enjoys anything outdoors and is at home in the Colorado mountains.