Laura Love earned a master’s degree from Northwestern University and a bachelor’s degree from Vanderbilt University. She is currently at the University of Denver, obtaining her master’s degree in social work. Laura is a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) and serves as a board member or active volunteer with Tennyson Center for Children, Havern School, Food For Thought Colorado and Families Together. She also serves on the Mental Health Family Advisory Council (MHFAC) board at Children's Hospital Colorado and advocates on behalf of youth mental health. She runs a foundation that provides community micro-grants to support innovative programs in areas such as child abuse and neglect prevention, youth mental health and childhood food insecurity. The foundation's support extends to mobile food pantry programs, trauma-informed yoga programs, LGBTQ+ youth mental health support, art-therapy dogs and equine-assisted therapy programs, Greens-N-Grains mobile food trucks, outdoor therapeutic gardens for children, and curated experiences for foster children and those experiencing homelessness.
At Blue Channel Therapy, she enjoys partnering with families working to build a better future and is honored to walk with them through their journey.