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Joy Lanzano M.A. Clinical Approach/Therapeutic Orientation: My foundational approach to psychotherapy is eclectic, based upon Applied Existential Psychotherapy (AEP) and will include the use of other approaches including but not limited to: Mindfulness awareness practices, Humanistic psychotherapy, and body centered awareness practices. I draw upon different therapeutic approaches to tailor what treatment best fits my client's needs. I also work with trauma, addictions and substance dependence and issues relative to brain injury.
Intimate Inquiries was founded on a mission to help people cultivate, enhance and nurture love, communication, and connectivity with themselves and others, ultimately leading to a more balance satisfaction in one's life and relationships. Intimate Inquiries focuses on relationship and sex counseling for individuals and couples.
Betty Cannon, Ph.D., is the president of the Boulder Psychotherapy Institute. BPI trains therapists in Applied Existential Psychotherapy (AEP). AEP interlaces the insights of contemporary existential and psychodynamic approaches with techniques inspired by Gestalt and other experiential therapies. Betty is its founder. She holds doctorates in both literature and psychology. She is Professor Emerita at the Colorado School of Mines and Adjunct Professor at Naropa Univesity and Regis University. She is the author of many articles and book chapters on existential therapy. Her book, Sartre and Psychoanalysis, is considered a classic in existential psychology. She has worked with individuals, couples, and groups in Boulder for over 30 years and trained therapists for over 20 years. Her long experience in the field has not diminished her passion for her work. She feels privileged to have shared so deeply with so many people over the years. Her life has been enriched by the courageous work of her clients and students.
Pat Ogden, Ph.D., Boulder Psychotherapy Institute Distinguished Guest Workshop Leader, is the founder and director of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute. She has over 30 years experience, teaches internationally, and is the first author of the groundbreaking book, Trauma and the Body: A Sensorimotor Approach to Psychotherapy.
In addition to working with a range of adult, adolescent and child clients, I specialize in guiding parents of children challenged by chronic illness, medical trauma or developmental issues toward the outcome of post-traumatic growth rather than post-traumatic stress. My research, presented at three conferences of the American Psychological Association, the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies and others, helps to show that parents who take care of themselves create better social and health outcomes for their challenged children. I am licensed psychologist candidate, editor of the APA Div 39 monthly publication, and editor of the APA Div 39 blog at PsychologyToday.com. EMDR Certified. Former teacher. Former Outward Bound guide. Frequent school consultant.
The Intimacy Institute for Sex & Relationship Therapy offers compassionate counseling for couples and individuals. Sex therapy is a specialized area of psychotherapy. We have a team of three trained sex therapists. We offer support to enhance sexual functioning, pleasure, and knowledge. Because sexual intimacy cannot exist without emotional intimacy, we are trained in couples therapy and blend the best practices in both sex and relationship therapy. Common issues in sex therapy include desire discrepancy, premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, painful intercourse, reclaiming sex after cancer, out of control sexual behaviors (sex addictions), healing after the affair, supporting alternative sexual expressions and unconventional turn-ons, and navigating non-monogamous & polyamorous relationships.
Are you looking for gentle, friendly, confidential support in dealing with difficult feelings or issues in your life?
I offer natural, holistic psychotherapy and counseling for individual adults and couples.
I can help you shift out of old patterns that no longer serve you, and give you new tools to transform stress, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, sensitivity, relationship issues, trauma, grief and loss, or difficult transitions.
I use a variety of tools, including relaxation skills, body-mind awareness, dream exploration, Gestalt, EMDR, and shamanic journeys. I also teach relationship and communication skills for couples.
At all times, my aim is to respect your feelings and concerns, to respond in a sensitive, caring, human way, and to help you find and embrace your strengths.
Please call 303-415-3755 for a free consultation.
Susan Nimmanheminda, PhD, LCSW, CAC III has been a psychotherapist working in the Boulder area for over 20 years. She works with individuals (adolescents and adults), couples, and groups. Since getting her master's degree in clinical social work she has continued to train and learn new skills in Hakomi body oriented psychotherapy, substance treatment, group dynamics, EMDR and psychoanalysis. She works with individuals who are struggling with trauma, depression, anxiety, life transitions, self esteem, relationship problems, sexuality and substance abuse, as well as people who feel they are "generally pretty happy" but are looking for support in creating a richer, more productive and satisfying life.
A holistic, body/mind integrating psychotherapist and art therapist, my 23 years experience with individuals and couples shapes collaborations in which the client's own wisdom-knowing guides unique journeys into wholeness.
My experiential psychodynamic approach to depth healing and integration incorporates gestalt, applied existential psychology, creativity, guided imagery and dreamwork to resolve family of origin issues, developmental trauma, major life transitions, and explore potent life experiences such as relationships, chronic illness, eldering and identifying as GLBT.
I also facilitate classes based on Artlife Creation, exploring the intuitive creativity inherent throughout our lives, and authored the Sounds True teaching set Artlife: Creative Journeys for Life Healing (http://www.soundstrue.com/shop/Artlife/4273.pd)
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