Links to Colleagues, Networking List Members and Other Useful Links
If you'd like to link with us and need more information, send Reed an email. We would appreciate it if you will be sure to link to us (by copying and using this descriptive paragraph) before or soon after we link to your web site:
www.boulderpsych.com The Boulder Psychotherapy Institute (BPI), in Boulder, Colorado, has been training therapists and graduate students in Applied Existential Psychotherapy (AEP) since 1989. AEP interlaces the insights of contemporary existential and psychodynamic approaches with techniques inspired by Gestalt and other experiential therapies. Jungian and expressive arts orientations may be included in some workshops. Our faculty and staff also provide individual, couples and group therapy - and supervision. We are a hub for therapist community building - and a center for referrals in the Boulder-Denver area. We offer services to both local therapists and the public. Over six hundred therapists use our free networking opportunities. The public is invited to use Find a Therapist to search for information about local therapists and therapy.
If your web site is relevant to psychotherapy, send us your web address and a descriptive paragraph (similar to ours and the others on this page, 125 words) and we'll include you. We do, however, reserve the right to request changes, or edit your entry, or even decline if it does not seem like an appropriate fit. Again we do appreciate a mutual link.
Learn Psychology: Mental Health Hub - With more students taking on more rigorous academic loads, now, more than ever, the need for student access to mental health well-being resources are imperative. We've recently updated our series of guidebooks that include information and actionable advice that students can utilize to maintain mental well-being in college.
DrugRehab.com is a website that equip's patients and families with the best information, resources and tools to overcome addiction and lead a lifelong recovery. Find information and answers in Colorado and all over the country fighting addiction.
Linda Schierse Leonard, Ph.D., is Jungian analyst trained in Zurich and is the author of a number of best-selling books. These include The Wounded Woman, On the Way to the Wedding, Following the Reindeer Spirit, Meeting the Madwoman, The Call to Create, and Witness to the Fire: Creativity and the Veil of Addiction. Linda is an internationally known and loved lecturer and workshop presenter and founding member of the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. She is in practice in Boulder and Aspen and is especially interested in working with dreams and creativity issues. Linda is a Boulder Psychotherapy Institute associate. You can often find information about Linda's workshops on this website.
The Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute (SPI) is an educational organization dedicated to the study and teaching of a somatic approach to clinical psychotherapy practice. Sensorimotor Psychotherapy is a body-oriented talking therapy that integrates verbal techniques with body-centered interventions in the treatment of trauma, attachment, and developmental issues. SPI offers trainings and workshops for psychotherapists and allied professionals in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and courses for body therapists on somatic resources. The courses taught by SPI are based on principles of mindfulness and mind/body/spirit holism and informed by contemporary research in neuroscience, attachment theory, trauma, and related fields.
Dual Diagnosis When someone is struggling with a substance use disorder and an underlying mental health condition, it is considered a co-occurring disorder or a dual diagnosis.
The Intimacy Institute for sex and relationship therapy helps couples and individuals enhance sexual function, pleasure, and knowledge of human sexuality. We provide counseling, consultation, and education services to help couples and individuals address sexual concerns, as well as emotionally enrich their relationships. The Intimacy Institute is open and affirming to all people regardless of race, ethnicity, culture, ability, age, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, gender, religious or political beliefs, and/or alternative forms of sexual expression and lifestyle.
Nina Friedman is a career counselor/coach with zeal for empowering people to have increased clarity about passionate work options and learn how to become employed in satisfying work. My passion for insightfully listening to people's desires/needs, my ability to see the rainbows inbetween black and white thinking, and knowledge of the intricate aspects of synthesizing a creative career goal and generating job titles, aid my ability to help people clearly (re)invent their career mission. I use cutting-edge expertise in resume writing, job search, interviewing, and negotiation techniques to help people be successful securing jobs. I'm trained in NLP and Gestalt. I've been a columnist for the Daily Camera, did outplacement consulting for Hughes Aircraft and Corporate Express, and career development for IBM. I have 26 years experience. Call me now!
Barry Erdman, LCSW, DCSW provides assessment and therapeutic solutions for difficult life problems with adults, couples & families in Boulder CO since 1979. He specializes in using both conventional and alternative therapeutic modalities for resolving depression, anxiety, grief and loss, medical healing, communication, life transition, abuse, sexual issues, and addictive disorders. Formerly with the Mental Health Center of Boulder County, he incorporates cognitive, behavioral and family systems interventions, with his studies and experience with Eastern traditions of early Theravadin Buddhism, Vedanta Hindhuism and Ericksonian hypnosis, synthesizing a blend of conventional methods with humanistic, existential and transpersonal approaches. 303 444-1404.
Conexus Counseling Center, LLC, offers professional counseling & psychtherapeutic services to individuals and couples in the Denver metro area. Psychotherapist David Clift-Willoughby, MA specializes in working with clients struggling to overcome childhood sexual abuse and/or neglect, couples experiencing a range of relationship difficulties (including sexual dysfunctions), and families with pre-teen/adolescent children
Denver Psychotherapy and Consultation Services, LLC is a professional psychotherapy practice providing services to the greater Denver/Boulder community. We draw from a variety of theoretical orientations and employ a wide-range of therapeutic models. Our commitment to appreciating the diversity of our community, allows us to work with clients in creating a highly effective counseling experience. Our therapists work under the supervision of clinical director, Ryan Kennedy, MA, LPC, LMFT, RN, ADTR, CACIII, and collaborate with one another to provide integrated services. Services include quick and easy referrals for individual, couple, family, or group therapy as well as numerous classes, workshops, and referrals to community resources. We accept most insurance and provide low-fee counseling services through our not-for-profit affiliate, Noeticus Counseling Center and Training Institute www.noeticus.org.
Julia Schwab, MA, LPC introduces the ART EXPERIENCE via her homepage video. Watch the process as visual language opens new awareness and information, solves problems, and enriches mystery. Here, through Art Therapy, creative involvement simultaneously calms and stimulates each person in their engagement with materials and imagination. For those who are nonverbal all the way to those who are overly-polished, the art making experience is a quick and enjoyable opportunity to bypass analytic discourse. A sense of play and discovery safely awakens and enlivens the inner spark. Julia gently, encouragingly fosters this exciting and vulnerable process. See her website for a flavor!
Elyn Tromey,L.P.C., A.T.R. My practice is a blend of counseling and art therapy. I also utilize deep relaxation, mindfulness, and visualization techniques, which help to bring attention into the body, where the emotions live. You can choose which method or combination of methods work for you, and I will meet you there. Feel free to check out my blog, as well: www.elyntromey.com
Dr. Janet Roberts - Special interests include late adolescence and emerging adulthood, parenting teenagers, adult life transitions, aging, trauma recovery, women's issues, eating disorders, body image, LGBTQ concerns, substance abuse, social shyness, group therapy, and couples therapy.
John W. Steele, Ph.D. is a Licensed Psychologist with more than 25 years experience offering effective, affordable psychotherapy to women and men, adolescents and seniors. As a psychotherapist with expertise in therapeutic applications of mindfulness, Dr. Steele can help you mobilize psychological and spiritual resources that promote deep healing and lasting change. He sees individuals and couples for brief solution-focused work or ongoing insight-oriented psychotherapy. He also offers yoga and meditation sessions to work on issues such as chronic pain, anxiety and stress.
Michael Barta, Ph.D., LPC, Certified Sex Addiction Therapist II, has opened Boulder's first and only practice specializing in the treatment of Sexual Addiction, Relationship Addiction, and other Intimacy Disorders. He also provides professional assessment and scientifically-based treatment to individuals, groups, and couples that are dealing with sex addiction, codependency, and relationship addiction.
Peter Strong - Mindfulness Meditation Therapy (MMT) is a powerful way of working with difficult emotions such as depression and anxiety, recurrent fear, phobias, grief and anger by using the natural healing effects of mindfulness. Unlike other approaches that use mindfulness to facilitate relaxation, MMT applies mindfulness directly to the underlying felt sense of an emotional reaction, thus establishing an open and non-reactive mindfulness based relationship with the emotional complex. This provides an ideal environment for transformation and resolution. Peter Strong, trained in the UK and US teaches classes on MMT to psychotherapists, physicians and health workers. Peter also offers MMT sessions for individuals and couples. Email enquirties welcome. 970-492-5198 (cell).