Nancy Newhook, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Nancy's Background, Training, & Experience:

  • Master of Social Work, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY, 1979

  • Bachelor of Social Work, Florida International University, Miami, FL, 1975

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker #CSW 09924675, Colorado

  • Certified Prolonged Exposure Therapist

  • Certified Cognitive Processing Therapist

  • Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • Mindfulness Based Practices

  • Specialties include:  Veterans, Military Sexual Trauma,PTSD, Complex PTSD, abuse

Welcome to Trilogy!  I am honored to explore your healing journey with you.  With around 40 years of experience, I offer  compassion, wisdom, and skill as a therapist.  


I received my Master’s Degree in 1979 at the University of Louisville in Kentucky, and am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Colorado.  I've had extensive training and experience as a therapist, especially in working with veterans.   


I try always to come from the heart and a place of love, compassion, and non-judgment.  I am both flexible and grounded in my approach in treating individuals.  My style is straight forward and goal oriented, while offering a soft and compassionate role as you heal.  I also use mindfulness and a holistic approach to your treatment. 


With my clinical experience, I can treat a myriad of mental health issues.  However, I specialize in treating trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and have experience delivering a variety of evidence-based treatment approaches with diverse populations. I am certified in Cognitive Processing Therapy and Prolonged Exposure Therapy, which are highly effective models to help decrease symptoms of trauma and PTSD. I also have trainings in mindfulness based interventions. I am also skilled at working with depression, anxiety, and emotional, physical, and sexual abuse, including Military Sexual Trauma.  

As part of my own personal routine I practice yoga regularly, meditate, get out on my bicycle and enjoy the mountains. I also value spending time connecting with friends and family and playing with my grand dogs!

Having a balance in our lives will encourage us to have inner healing while helping us to love ourselves and those around us.  

Reclaim Your Sexuality: Sexual Health After Sexual Trauma Group

Lead by Nancy Newhook, LCSW

An 8-Week VIRTUAL Group

Next Group Will Be Announced Soon

If you are a woman who has experienced sexual trauma, you may continue to struggle with ongoing physical and emotional effects long after the abuse is over.

Do you experience:

Lower frequency of sex?

Lower sexual desire?

Difficulty enjoying sex or reaching orgasm?

Confusion about your sexual responses?

Anxiety over even thinking about sex or talking about it with others?





Explore your own beliefs about sex, and ways to communicate boundaries and needs to others.

Learn about the impact of trauma on sexual functioning, and work to reclaim your ability to experience sexual and intimate independence, connection, safety, pleasure, and assertiveness.

Learn about the range of behaviors that define intimacy and individualize the type of intimacy you want to pursue.

Learn about the anatomy and process of sexual arousal.

Practice mindfulness around physical sensations to increase congruence between physical and mental arousal.


This group is a way to reclaim your connection to your body and your sexuality, as you engage in a safe, sacred space with other women survivors, lead by Nancy Newhook, LCSW, a specialist in working with sexual trauma, military sexual trauma, and PTSD. All participants must meet briefly (online) with Nancy prior to acceptance into the group, and must have engaged in previous therapy around their sexual trauma. This is not a group for women who have recent or unprocessed sexual trauma. If you aren't sure, reach out to Nancy and she will help you decide.