Consulting and Training
Yenza works with your organization, business, school, or team to create a values-driven mindset by strengthening communication, creating problem-solving solutions, and improving camaraderie.
We also offer general trainings on mental health, work-life balance, and values-based living for your teachers, employees, students, and teammates.
Yenza's focus is to help you (or your teen!) feel heard and to commit to a life that feels fulfilling and valuable.
I achieve this by working together from an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) based approach which focuses on creating space for your present experiences, identifying what is important to you, and figuring out how to shift your life in the direction of those values.
Dr. Roberts offers online therapy for Colorado residents.
Teens (Generally 14+)
General mental health needs (Anxiety, Depression, "Being a teenager," Life transitions, etc.)
Boundaries and Self-Development
And so much more....
Do you or your teen live with a chronic medical condition (such as Diabetes, Cystic Fibrosis, Chronic Pain, etc)?
Dr. Hayley Roberts has experience with a variety of diagnoses in health psychology and knows how physical and mental health are intimately intertwined - and she can help!
Testimonials from patients were not solicited by Dr. Roberts. They have been edited for clarity and protection of privacy.
Dr. Roberts, as simply as I can put it, is an exceptional psychologist. She takes her time explaining different ideas/perspectives with knowledge and examples, to where you can easily apply it to what you’re going through. I still go through hard times, but having new skills to help me has made all the difference. I would strongly recommend Dr. Roberts to anyone looking for help!
I had zero confidence when I started seeing [Dr. Roberts], but [she] helped me realize that I was so worthy of personal, professional, relationship, etc. fulfillment and worth investing in myself in those three value areas. I still keep in mind things [she] told me back then. I still reference [her], even to my [family], who never met [her] - if I'm struggling, they sometimes ask me what [she] would tell me.