Denny Kolsch, LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Denny Kolsch is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and specialist in treating opioid addiction and trauma. He helped start Peace Club after several friends died from Heroin and Fentanyl overdoses.
Denny has served on a number of local opioid task forces, non-profit boards, and creative projects seeking to bring a better understanding of the American Opioid Crisis, such as the FBI’s documentary film, “Chasing the Dragon: The Life of an Opioid Addict,” and “Coming Clean.”
Denny has also worked with To Write Love on Her Arms, sharing his story of hope and recovery from heroin addiction at colleges, high schools, and communities nationally and internationally.
He has dedicated his life to bringing healing to families and communities affected by mental health and substance misuse struggles, with a more recent focus on the application of the Enneagram’s theory of personality and co-occurring disorders.
Denny resides in Brevard County with his family, where he’s enjoyed growing up surfing and watching space shuttle and rocket launches.