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Executive Director

Laura Crowley

Laura lost her third child, Terrah, to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome in 1994 and Angel Eyes (formerly called The Colorado SIDS Program) reached out immediately. Laura has hosted lobster dinners for over 200 guests, founded the Angel Walk (formally the Walk to Remember) as well as, On The Wings Of Angels Motorcycle Poker Run in 2016. In 2014, she joined the Board of Directors. “Now that my children are grown, they too support Angel Eyes by volunteering and chairing events.  It is our family’s way of honoring Terrah.”

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Administrative Assistant

Lori Gillen

This is a return to Angel Eyes for Lori as she filled in for a year as a staff member in 2019. She has been connected to Angel Eyes since 1994 when her youngest daughter, Darby, died of SIDS. At that time it was known as the Colorado SIDS Program and was instrumental in helping her to navigate the grief process by utilizing all of the great services that are still offered to family members impacted by the loss of an infant. With their support she was able to transition to the advocate side as a resource to other parents as well as participating as a volunteer at events and presentations. Her current position of Administrator is a continuation of her commitment to honor Darby by providing staff support in administrative tasks as well as acting as liaison to other agencies and organizations to further the mission of Angel Eyes.

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Social Worker

Michael McAndrew MA, LPCC

Michael specializes in working with children and families experiencing grief and bereavement. He brings a belief that each person experience grief differently, and deals with it in their own way unique to them-and that’s okay. Michael is a member of the Colorado Analytic Forum of the Lacanian Field. He has presented at many conferences about trauma and childhood, and continues to do so today. Michael enjoys exploring Colorado with his wife.

Spanish Speaking Counselor

Cristina Arballo

Pre-Licensed Professional, Intern (she, her, ella)

Coping with the loss of someone you love is one of life's biggest challenges and is often the cause of the most intense type of grief. Cristina is a bilingual (English and Spanish) and bicultural pre-licensed professional counselor intern specializing in culturally responsive trauma and grief psychotherapy with children and families from diverse backgrounds. As a 1.5 generation Latine immigrant, Cristina fosters a culturally relevant, judgment-free, safe space in which grief and loss can be explored and worked through with individuals and families.

Counseling Office

422 21st Street, Units 4 and 5
Denver, CO 80205

Mailing Address

40 West Littleton Boulevard
Suite 210-265
Littleton, CO 80120

Office | 303.320.7771
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