About Us

The staff members of Treatment and Evaluation Services are highly trained mental health professionals committed to providing the highest level of therapeutic services. We are dedicated to maintaining ethical and effective treatment and state of the art evaluations and assessments.

We take pride in offering a wide range of treatment options and comprehensive evaluations designed to assess the mental health difficulties of our clients. We clearly understand that all of our clients are different and that they each have unique treatment needs.

 

Rick L. May, Psy.D., Licensed Psychologist

r.may@tescolorado.com

Dr. May is a licensed psychologist. He began his career in 1973 working in agencies treating adults and adolescents with diverse diagnoses. In 1981 he began working in private practice and in 1984 he opened Treatment and Evaluation Services (TES) specializing in work with sex offenders. As the TES program director, Dr. May is involved in direct client services, supervision and training of pre-doctoral interns, students and staff. He consults with social services and provides training for other agencies who deal with sex offenders. His other professional activities include prevention-oriented workshops for professionals who have contact with potential perpetrators. Dr. May is also a Registered Sex Offender Therapist and serves on the Colorado Sex Offender Management Board (SOMB) as well as the Colorado Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers. Dr. May is a trainer for the Abel Assessment of Sexual Interest – 3, traveling nationally to provide training to mental health professionals on the administration and interpretation of the Abel Assessment.   

 

Pam Hiner, Psy.D., Licensed Psychologist

p.hiner@tescolorado.com

Dr. Hiner has degrees in nursing, social work and is a licensed psychologist. She entered private practice in 1981 treating adults and adolescents in individual, couples and family therapy. Since 1994 she has provided treatment and evaluations for adult and adolescent males and females who have been accused or charged with sexual offenses. She provides supervision and training for doctoral and master level students and consultation and training services to professionals. Dr. Hiner is a consultant for the administration and interpretation of the Abel Assessment of Sexual Interest-3.

 

Brenna Tindall, Psy.D., Licensed Psychologist

b.tindall@tescolorado.com

Dr. Tindall is a Licensed Psychologist and Certified Addiction Counselor III. She has extensive experience evaluating and treating adult and adolescent clients who are involved with the criminal justice system.  She is a Full Operating SOMB Adult and Juvenile Evaluator and Therapist.  She specializes in psychological assessment, behavioral analysis, addiction, health psychology, professional ethics, and professional impairment issues. She has presented at conferences and trainings for the past five years on topics including professional issues, treatment and evaluation of juvenile offenders, the MATRIX protocol, psychological assessment, the DSM-5, and Health Psychology.  Dr. Tindall is a full-time staff at Treatment and Evaluation Services (TES) and manages the Northern Colorado office.  She also works in the Aurora office.  Dr. Tindall has worked in a variety of settings prior to working at TES including Craig Hospital, Arapahoe Douglas Mental Health Network, and the Colorado State University Counseling Center.  She also worked as a researcher at the VA Hospital in Denver.  

 

Jessica Bartels, Psy.D.  Licensed Psychologist

j.bartels@tescolorado.com

Dr. Bartels received her doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Denver and is a licensed psychologist. She is a Full Operating SOMB Adult and Adolescent Evaluator and Treatment Provider. She specializes in forensic treatment and evaluations with adults, adolescents, and children. She has presented at conferences and trainings for the past several years on topics including professional issues, treatment and evaluation of juvenile offenders, the MATRIX protocol, psychological assessment, the DSM-5, and working with sexually reactive youth.  Dr. Bartels is full-time staff at TES and works primarily in the Aurora office. She has also worked in a variety of other settings including the Denver Children’s Home, Colorado Assessment and Treatment Center, as a hospital social worker, and as a Child Protection social worker.

 

Mackenzie Bennett, MSW

m.bennett@tescolorado.com

Mackenzie Bennett received her Masters degree in Clinical Social Work with an emphasis on trauma-focused treatment from the University of Denver. She also received an undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan. She has experience working in multiple settings with forensic clients and has previous experience working with individuals who have committed domestic violence offenses. Mackenzie Bennett is full-time staff at TES and works primarily in the Aurora office providing therapeutic services and assisting with evaluations.