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ACT Counseling (Accessable Counseling)

1800 30th Street
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-335-0435

ACT Counseling is an Accessible Counseling Team consisting of Nick Berger,MA; Shari Wind,MA; Kate Booth,MA; Cathy Blake,MA; and Cynthia Swan, MA. Together, we are a team of psychotherapists with offices in Boulder, Longmont, and Arvada Colorado. We work with individuals, couples, families, children and groups. Between the five of us, we offer the following services: * EMDR * brainspotting * Cognitive-behavioral therapy * Gestalt therapy * somatic or body-centered psychotherapy * play therapy * sandplay * equine (horse)-assisted psychotherapy * mediation (conflict resolution) * parenting coordination * supervised visitation * therapeutic parenting time. Website: www.act-counseling.com

 

Marta Aarli, M.A., L.P.C.

www.inspiral-psychotherapy.com
2975 Valmont Road #200
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303.818.1888

Psychotherapy is a powerful and transformative process. I love being on that journey with my clients, helping them to understand themselves more deeply and respond to life's challenges with more awareness.

Therapy can help you to:

~develop more authentic communication, healthier relationships, more satisfying work, school, and family life, and greater self-confidence.

~expand your range of emotions, while learning to understand and accept your states of mind with less fear and judgement.

~find balance in your life, taking care of yourself and others, and working with the stuck places to find more freedom to express yourself.

I offer psychotherapy to adults, adolescents, and couples, with a transpersonal/psychodynamic approach.

Contact me to schedule a free 1/2 hour consultation, a full session, or to find out about dream groups.

 

Jennifer Abbott, Ph.D., L.P.C., C.A.C. III

Abbott Therapeutic Solutions, LLC
1137 Pearl St., Suite 203
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-579-4618
website: www.abbottpsych.com

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Jennifer Abbott, PhD, LPC, CAC III is a licensed professional counselor, a certified EMDR therapist, and a certified addictions counselor with over 15 years of experience in a variety of mental health settings. Dr. Abbott is Intensively Trained in DBT and certified in EMDR. She specializes in helping adolescents and adults overcome difficult-to-treat problems including addiction, trauma and overwhelming emotions. Dr. Abbott provides both psychotherapy and psychological and neuropsychological assessment services.

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Valerie Abitbol, B.A., M.A., L.M.F.T.

Flow Counseling PLLC
1777 south Harrison Street suite 1200
Denver, CO 80210

phone: 720-593-1209

I help women going through major life changes: a new relationship, marriage, separation, loss, move, new career, new baby... I support them in being more empowered, happier and finding their balance during some challenging times.

I offer a free 20-min consultation. Learn more at www.denverflowcounseling.com

 

Kris Abrams, M.A., M.S.

Cedar Tree Healing Arts
613 Walnut Street
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-518-3755
website: www.cedartreehealing.org

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Hi! My name is Kris. My passion is helping people to live lives of meaning, wholeness, and joy. My psychotherapeutic approach is based on a few simple ideas:

• You have a wise self who is your own best healer. Psychotherapy is about clearing away the obstructions to uncover that voice.

• Healing is holistic.

• Healing doesn't necessarily happen best within four walls.

• It is possible to live a joyful, meaningful life.

To learn more, visit my website at www.cedartreehealing.org.

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Belle Abramson, M.A., L.P.C., C.A.C. III

Transformational Counseling Services
2031 Broadway, Suite 6
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-579-2017

Transformational Counseling Services: Unfolding the Authentic Path to Inner Transformation

Belle Abramson, a licensed professional counselor and certified addictions counselor, offering Transformational Counseling Services in downtown Boulder, Colorado since 2003, brings a unique array of services to the Boulder counseling community. Her Transformational Counseling Services utilizes mindfulness based psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and groups. Services include strategies for dealing with anxiety, depression, transitions, recovery from trauma, addictions, and abuse, as well as enhancing communication in relationships, stress management, and coaching in applying meditative techniques.

 

Jeannette Abshire, B.A., Ed.D, M.A.

Inegrated Learning Academy LLC
5412 Idylwild Trail
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 970-379-9270

Jeannette is a passionate educator and coach for children, families and professionals of all ages (birth-adult) and all walks of life. With a M.A. in Educational Psychology and, as a licensed Eucational Kinesiology (Brain Gym®) consultant/teacher, Jeannette is an expert in the field of learning differences, sensory integration and drawing out the full potential of each individual through the use of brain integration and multi sensory techniques fully supported by substantial research. Jeannette also has a successful, positive track record training trainers, parents, and other professionals to discover and express their "genius" or creative uniqueness and "gifts" in a fun, authentic and joyful way. When individuals and family units are honored and allowed to "be" themselves, a foundational safe space is created for deep, permanent, shift.

 

Llsa Adair Comte, M.A., L.M.F.T.

5350 Manhattan Circle suite 233
Boulder, Colorado 80303

phone: 303-601-8505
website: www.ilsacomte.com

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Welcome! My name is Ilsa Comte Adair. I am a licensed therapist and the author of "Beyond The Storm: A Guide to Emotional Freedom and the Peace that is Always Already Here". For over ten years I have helped people transform, open and heal. My counseling and mentoring practice is a friendly invitation to come back to center and to discover who you are. Through countless first-hand examples and years of practice, I discovered that our most difficult circumstances and our greatest challenges hold the key to our healing and unfolding.

Through pointed conversations and skillful guided explorations, I help clients disentangle, heal and integrate unresolved pain and shed outgrown attitudes and beliefs, while guiding them back to Wholeness.

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Julisa Adams, M.A.

5985 Brandywine Court
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303 818 6432

I have been in private practice in Boulder since 1993. My work is a combination of body-centered, Transpersonal psychotherapy and hypnotherapy and EMDR and Brainspotting (a profound, new form of emdr). I work with depression, childhood abuse issues, auto-immune disorders, relationship issues, & physical symptoms among other things.

 

Michele Lee Adcock, M.A.

Future Hope Counseling


phone: 720-837-5296

Having troubles and difficulties in life? We all do at one time or another. Future Hope Counseling is here to offer help over the rough patches in life and to offer hope for the future.

Depression and anxiety problems are common in today's stressful world. Future Hope can offer strategies and therapies to help you deal with what's most troubling. In addition we offer counseling for those who have had a loss that they just cannot seem to get over. Sometimes letting go is difficult, especially to try to do on your own.

Future Hope offers affordable counseling to individuals, couples and families. Areas of specialty include grief and loss, trauma and abuse, depression, anxiety, women's issues, marital, premarital and relationship enhancement counseling. Receipts for health insurance reimbursement are available. By appointment only.

 

Shoshana Adler, Ph.D.

8000 E Prentice Ave., #B-5
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

phone: 3037217939

As a child and adult analyst and licensed psychologist, I treat children, adolescents and adults in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy. I am on the faculty of the Denver Psychoanalytic Institute as well as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry. In addition to my clinical practice, I coordinate the Preschool Committee of the Denver Psychoanalytic Society and participate in the Juvenile Bipolar Professional listserv, which discusses the treatment and diagnosis of children and adolescents with bipolar disorder.

 

Alisha M Adrian, M.S.

Gateways To Transformation Farm
9993 N 65th Street
Longmont, CO 80503

phone: 3038597385

I am a transpersonal counselor/psychotherapist, life coach, healer and artist. I have a masters in counseling psychology, a certification in transpersonal psychology, a certification in the TARA Approach, and a certification in equine assisted psychotherapy and am a second level second level Reiki practitioner. I have spent many years doing psychic work including shamanistic healing and soul retrieval work.

I have worked with a variety of issues including trauma, (PTSD) post traumatic stress disorder, head injuries, and sensory integration disorder through spiritual breakthrough and transformational growth coaching.

All of the types of therapy and coaching that I utilize are experiential therapy modalities because I have found that when a person engages their body. mind and spirit together in a session, more is integrated and absorbe

 

Roianne Ahn, Ph.D.

400 South McCaslin Blvd., Suite 105
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 303-444-5006
website: hology.com

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If you struggle with emotional difficulties that interfere with your work, school, or social relationships, the right skills and strategies can help you master your challenges and experience satisfaction with your life. Through therapy, consultations, and/or testing services, I help adults, children, and families develop the skills needed to sustain satisfying relationships.

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Munirah Alam, M.A., L.P.C., C.A.C. II

The Deep Blue, LLC
841 Front St. Suite H
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 858-531-8442

Munirah (Muni) Alam, MA, LPC, CAC-II, created The Deep Blue, LLC to invite people to go to the depths of their being in the process of transformation. She has worked with individuals with a wide range of mental health issues from diverse backgrounds, most recently, as the lead therapist at the Denver Colorado AIDS Project. She received her Master's in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from Naropa University in 2011 and her Bachelor's in Clinical Psychology from the University of California, San Diego with a minor in Critical Gender Studies. Munirah specializes in self-esteem and motivational issues, Depression, Anxiety, sex and sexuality, LGBT and cross-cultural issues, chronic illness, and the treatment of trauma using EFT (the Emotional Freedom Technique). Visit www.thedeepbluetherapy.com for more information.

 

Jodi Alieksaites, M.A., L.P.C.

Singing Stone Counseling at the Crossroads
6640 Gunpark Drive
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 3034999893

My skill is in my contemplative approach, an ability to attune quickly to my clients & facilitate an environment for you to increase emotional intelligence & personal embodiment. I work primarily with clients who like to dive deep & are committed to the process of personal growth.

Areas of Specialty:

Body Centered Psychotherapy ​ Life Transitions ​Grief & Loss ​Whole Self Integration ​ Identifying Unhealthy Patterns ​Developing Self Attunement

 

Lorene Allen

5757 Central Avenue, Suite L
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 720 771 6653

"Therapy for the Brave"

 

Karby Allington-Goldfain, M.A., L.P.C., L.M.F.T.

Full Circle Counseling
10 Inverness Drive East, Suite 225
Englewood, CO 80112

phone: 720.250.7941

Karby Allington-Goldfain, MA,LPC, LMFT is trained in Internal Family Systems, EMDR, Sandplay therapy, play therapy and family systems work. Karby specializes in working with the victims of trauma and abuse and their families.

 

CHRISTINE ALLISON, M.A.

3035 W 25TH AVE
DENVER, CO 80211

phone: 720-209-7240

Christine has a Master’s in Clinical Counseling and a Master’s in Sociology. Her clients learn to reduce stress, find balance, strengthen boundaries and take care of their whole selves. Christine welcomes people of any age, and especially loves working with clients in their 20’s and 30’s. Christine works with individuals, couples and groups and specializes in: life transitions, anxiety, depression, relationships, recovery from trauma and abuse, Psych-K® and the Enneagram, and offers workshops, classes and groups on Ending Emotional Eating. In the mental health field since 2000, she has worked with people from a diverse range of backgrounds, including Spanish-speaking and LGBTQ individuals. Se habla español. Visa/Mastercard accepted. christineallison@peoplehouse.org.

 

Johanna Alper

Courage Mountain Acupuncture
1800 30th Street #307
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303.442.7019

31 year practitioner and teacher of Classical 5 Element Acupuncture.
Enhance Wellness, Relieve Pain, Boost Immunity - Not just surviving - but Thriving! Excellent for enhancing healing on body, emotion, mind and spirit levels. www.CourageMountain.com Also WomanSpirit ChiGong classes.

 

Michael Altman, L.P.C., C.A.C. II

844 Main St. Ste 204
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 720 480 2429

The psychotherapeutic relationship offers an opportunity to journey beyond the known. In this work, you are guided towards, and encouraged to explore those dream-like messages that often visit in the form of body symptoms, relationship problems, addictive behaviors, and inner-critic battles. We are usually conditioned to move away from these messages and are admonished (or admonish ourselves!) to find something else to do. Nevertheless, these "problems" don't seem to go away by themselves, but tend to persist in a chronic way--demanding our attention. My work involves honoring these messages and in the spirit of heartfelt inquiry, learning what's needed to move beyond our limitations. Because this work requires following one's process through all its unpredictable expressions, the therapist must be highly adaptable and fluid. As a licensed psychotherapist, I have been involved for the past 15 years in Arny Mindell's Process Work. In addition, I have had extensive training and practice in yoga,massage, hypnotherapy, NLP, meditation, applied kinesiology, addictions work and Brainspotting. Thank you, Michael.

 

Meshkin AmiriRad, Ph.D., M.A., M.S.

Counseling and Psychological Services
4251 Kipling street
Wheatridge, Co 80033

phone: 9282840600

Psychological services including counseling, Diagnosis and Treatment, psychological and Neuropsychological assessment.

 

Ian Andersen, M.A.

Clarity Counseling Center, LLC
737 29th St. Suite 200B
Boulder, Co 80303

phone: 303-720-6221

I was trained in Contemplative Psychotherapy and bring an understanding of mindfulness and an emphasis in creating a nonjudgmental, open space for therapy. My understanding of the integration of Western psychological methods with Eastern contemplative practices forms the heart of my therapeutic orientation. http://www.ianandersen.net/

 

Erin Anderson, M.A., L.P.C., BC-DMT

Communitas Movement
4309 E. Mississippi Ave.
Glendale, CO 80246

phone: 720-515-8106

Communitas empowers women through body-based practices and dance/movement therapy. If you are looking for a safe space to grow in confidence and discover new ways to move through life, this is the place for you!

 

Brie Anderson-Feldman MA, R-DMT

Passages Counseling LLC
5378 Sterling Drive - Suite 4
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 720-304-2183 x704

Passages Counseling supports children, youth and families to transform pain into possibility. As lead therapist, Brie is a creative, dynamic and experienced practioner who brings over 10 years experience supporting families navigate the healing journey.

Specialities include Play Therapy, Somatic Psychotherapy and Equine - Assisted Psychotherapy.

Areas of interest include Adoption/Foster care, early attachment, trauma, depression, anxiety, grief/loss and social issues. EMDR available.

Free Initial Consultation. Sliding Scale Fee.

 

Mark Andreas

1221 Left Hand Canyon Dr.
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-810-9611

I offer individual sessions assisting people in achieving life-goals and resolving limitations using NLP, Core Transformation, and other methods for personal transformation and development. My specialties include: Anxiety, Grief, Trauma/Phobias, Personal Growth, Relationships, Boundaries, Habits/Addictions, Healing, Depression, & Self Criticism.

I look forward to using my expertise to discover together what processes and practices will allow you to overcome your problems and achieve your goals. Call me for a free 15-minute phone introduction to see if this is a fit for you.

website: http://www.markandreas.com/

I co-sponsor Andreas NLP Trainings with Steve and Connirae Andreas. My book “Sweet Fruit from the Bitter Tree: 61 stories of creative and compassionate ways out of conflict,” is strongly endorsed by Dan Millman & William Ury.

 

Keith Andresen, M.A., L.P.C.

2031 Broadway, Suite 5
Boulder, Colorado 80302

phone: (303) 443-5682

Powerful Results Beyond Thinking and Talking.

Brainspotting and EMDR can change the way you feel and respond to things. Your life can be different.

While thinking and talking are essential to our moving forward in life, they are limited in what they can do for us. One of the limitations of talk therapy is that while it helps people feel better to some degree, it doesn’t usually change a person’s core responses. It only helps to understand and manage those responses.

EMDR and Brainspotting can change people's core responses.

You can respond differently to other people, events, situations, and things in general. You can feel differently about yourself.

See more at Andresencounseling.com

 

Amy Annesley, L.C.S.W.

Amy Annesley, LCSW LLC
732 Front Street, Suite 208
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 720-419-4473

I provide therapy to individuals ranging from young adulthood and older. My areas of specialization include: trauma, grief, anxiety, depression, aging and life transitions. My practice is informed by Interpersonal Neurobiology and I utilize EMDR (I am in the practice phase of certification), mindfulness, somatic interventions and traditional talk therapy. I accepting new clients and am happy to connect to discuss how I may be able to help.

 

Maria Arias, M.S.

Boulder Child Therapy
Boulder Healing Hub, 2945 Center Green Court, Suite H
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: (720) 370-6037

Child Therapist specializing in home and school success. Offering child and family therapy, focusing on emotional self-regulation and enlightened discipline that empowers child, parents and others in the child's life. Offering advocacy in the educational setting, with 20 years experience in the education field.

 

Willow M. Arlenea, M.A.



phone: 303 544-0054

I am a practitioner of Archetypal Energy Psychotherapy, which is a healing modality that works with all levels of your being. I address limited belief systems and stories held on the mental level as well as depression and anxiety producing emotions. On the healing journey we also explore stuck energy held in the physical body and in the energy body. In my safe and compassionate sessions I use my intuitive abilities to zero in on the root causes of your distress. We connect with the various parts of yourself, then we clear your energy field and set in healthy frequencies. Lifelong limiting patterns and traumatic energies held in the body will begin to shift, and you will feel reconnected to your center, your power, and the greater whole.

 

Becca Armstrong

1500 US-HWY 287
Broomfield, Colorado 80020

phone: 303-489-9334

A psychotherapist and business consultant for industry leaders and Fortune 500 companies for over 17 years, Becca specializes in helping people transform their lives into greatness. As a master coach, she has trained and certified over 3000 coaches in over 130 countries.

Trained and certified in Psychotherapy and Hypnotherapy, NLP, EFT, Somatic & Energy Psychology, and PSYCH-K, Becca is also a certified Thinking Into Results and LifeSuccess Consultant, Dream Coach, and WHY Coach who works with children, business CEOs or entire corporations. She served as the president of the Colorado Hypnotherapist Association 2001-2004, was an Associate Instructor for the Colorado School of Counseling and Hypnotherapy Training, and is Co-Founder of Clearing the Chaos, a drug-free curriculum for children and adults that facilitates the healing of ADD.

 

Aimee Aron, M.A.

Aimee L. Aron, P.C.
3320 E. 2nd Avenue
Denver, CO 80206

phone: 303-900-8672

I believe everyone has strength within themselves. Difficulties in our lives may cause us to have trouble remembering or trusting those strengths; put simply, they become dusty or sometimes buried. I believe people create change in their lives when they develop trust in themselves; and to do that, we need to feel safe and supported enough to listen to ourselves and to trust our unique and valuable thoughts and feelings. I strive to provide a place for my clients to safely share and give away pieces of their struggle and hurt, and to reconnect with and/or find their strengths.

I work with individuals who struggle with anxiety, depression, self-injury, loss/grief, self-esteem, life balance/stress, and trauma/abuse.

Please visit my website at: www.aimeearon.com for more information.

 

Bethany Aronow, M.A., L.P.C.

5377 Manhattan Circle Ste 200
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303 641-0667

Counseling, Resource Navigation and Support for people facing medical challenges. Cancer, chronic and serious illness. Support from a counselor with personal & professional understanding to meet your individual needs. Find empowerment and hope. Recognize new possibilities, embrace your strengths and discover greater peace and acceptance. Find fulfillment despite your diagnosis.

Naropa University graduate seeing adult clients since 1998. Reasonable rate, convenient location near Hwy 36.

 

Honor Ashbaugh, MD, M.D.

Ascend Sex Addiction Recovery Services
545 Collyer St.
Longmont, Colorado 80501

phone: 303-809-9358

Dr. Ashbaugh is a licensed and board certified internal medicine physician specializing in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders, sex addiction and the partners of sex addicts. Dr. Ashbaugh is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist and a Certified Clinical Partner Specialist.

 

Tracey Ashcraft, M.A., L.P.C.

Best Life Therapy
75 Manhattan Dr. Suite 206
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303-668-5995

Tracey Ashcraft, MA is a licensed professional counselor that uses humor and compassion when she works with adult individuals, couples and college students. She has received extensive training on the treatment of anxiety, depression and other mood disorders. With the simple skills she teaches, clients learn quickly how to retrain their brains to break free of worrisome thoughts and negative patterns. She helps clients to have more satisfying friendships, romantic relationships and family interactions. Offices in Boulder & Northern Colorado. Call for a free consultation: 303-668-5995 "I look forward to talking with you and helping you to feel better soon."

 

Jackie Ashley, L.P.C.

Wild at Heart
po box 153
jamestown, Co 80455

phone: 720-308-2728

Jackie is a Somatic Psychotherapist specializing in Equine Facilitated Therapy, Creative Arts Therapies, and is an advanced practitioner of Somatic Experiencing, a body based trauma resolution therapy. She works with all ages and populations with a passion for those suffering from severe and persistent mental challenges, women with a history of sexual trauma and adolescents and young adults who are struggling with self-identity and independence. She believes in that core of goodness, intelligence and resilience that we all posses and helps her clients to access and strengthen it. She is a senior clinician at Windhorse Community Services. She is head of Contemplative Practices for the Masters Somatic Counseling Psychology Dept, as well as adjunct faculty at Naropa University.

 

Patti Ashley, Ph.D., L.P.C.

Breakthrough Psychotherapy and Parent Coaching
1800 30th Street, Suite 210-C
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 720-565-3388

I help families manage the challenges of today's lifestyles. I specialize in working with parents and children and have 30+ years of experience in the fields of education and psychology. Using a client-centered and strength-based approach, I help individuals uncover their authentic self, so that they may thrive rather than merely survive. I see clients in my office, and I also will come to your home to help you with parenting and child behavior concerns. www.pattiashley.com

 

Morgan Auger, M.A.

Colorado Sexual Recovery Center
3107 28th St Suite B
Boulder, CO 80301

Morgan Auger MA; specializing in the treatment of Sex and Porn Addiction. He provides professional assessment, scientifically-based, mindfulness-based, transpersonal-based, and relational-based treatment to individuals, groups, and couples that are dealing with addictions to Sex, Porn, Relationship, Work, Money and other Intimacy Disorders.

 

Elaine Avrus

Flourish Counseling, LLC
3557 W 44th Avenue
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 303-455-3767 x1

Elaine Avrus is the psychotherapist intern at Flourish Counseling, LLC in the Pay It Forward Program. She provides therapy on a sliding fee scale of $35 to $55 per session. With many therapists around Denver now charging $130 per session, the affordable fees in the Pay It Forward program offer a tremendous benefit and value to clients.

Elaine has been working and volunteering in the counseling field since 2005 in a variety of areas. She has been a candidate for the National Counselor Certification since 2009 and will be awarded her Master’s Degree later in 2010 from UCD. She takes a humanistic, non-judgmental approach with all of her clients. Her concentrations include supporting and empowering families, couples and individuals and welcomes clients from all cultural, spiritual, sexual orientation and economic backgrounds.

 

Lisa Aweida Ross, Psy.D.

3000 Pearl St, Ste 208
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303 413 1600

I work with adults, children & couples. I help clients process difficult emotions and overcome excessive worry through a mind-body approach. I help clients resolve issues of anxiety, depression, and trauma. Areas of specialty include: pregnancy and infant loss, infertility issues, adoption and attachment issues. I am trained in brainspotting and EMDR, methods to help clients resolve trauma and difficult emotions.

 

Rose Ayars, L.C.S.W.

Therapist


phone: 720-557-7111

Medicare certified specializing in seniors 55+. Able to see clients at Home or my office. Serving Boulder/Longmont area.

 

Celal Aydemir, M.A.

Gentle Heart Counseling
1735 York Street
Denver, Colorado 80206

phone: (800) 403-0437
 

Marc Azoulay, M.A., L.A.C.

100 West Arapahoe Lane Suite 12
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 3014429119

I believe that substance abuse is not a problem, but a symptom. In treatment, I aim to work with my clients to discover the underlying root of their patterns of use. I've noticed that once the core need gets addressed substance abuse just falls away. I provide a mindfulness-based approach to psychotherapy. I encourage my clients to tap into their moment-to-moment experience as we cannot begin to work with ourselves if we do not know what is going on. I specialize in working with addictions, grief, and social anxiety. I blend my background in Neuroscience with Eastern Philosophy to help my clients to understand the workings of their minds. I help clients to recognize how to care for themselves in mind, body, and spirit and to develop a playful curiosity towards their inner world.

 

Heather M. Bair, M.A.

HealingBear Wellness
308 E. Simpson St, Suite 100
Lafayette, CO 80026

phone: 512-740-4621

Access to mental health support should be affordable, that's why I offer a sliding scale and payment packages. I specialize in working with children, their families, and women's issues. My office is conveniently located in Old Town Lafayette, close to Boulder, Erie, and surrounding areas.

 

Nancy L. Bakalar, M.D.

Lone Tree Mental Health Services


phone: 303-858-8585

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SERVICES: Comprehensive Mental Health Evaluation & Recommendations for late teens to geriatric. Psychoanalysis; Individual, Couple,& Family Psychotherapy. Medication Management. Second Opinions and Recommendations. AREAS OF INTEREST: Anxiety, depression, relationship or work related problems, trauma, religious concerns.CERTIFICATIONS: American Bd of Psychiatry & Neurology; Natl Board of Medical Examiners; Active Medical Licenses in Colo and Maryland. Licensed by DEA. EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE: Psychoanalyst/Psychiatrist with 25+ years exper. George Washington Univ Med School; Univ of Calif Berkeley Pre-Med. Residency at Natl Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD. U S Navy Psychiatrist 20+ yrs. Consultant to U.S. Congress. Private Practice 6+ years. Faculty: Internat'l Psychotherapy Instit and Internat'l Institute for Psychoanalytic Training

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Adriana Balentine, L.C.S.W., M.S.W., C.A.C. II

Strength In Motion LLC
100 W. Arapahoe Ave Suite 12
Boulder, Colorado 80302

phone: (303)817-9072
website: www.simcounseling.com

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I am a licensed clinical social worker and a certified addictions counselor in the state of Colorado. I have nearly a decade of experience working in a variety of settings such as hospitals, out patient community mental health centers, substance abuse facilities, as well as residential treatment and public school settings. I specialize in working with preteens, adolescents and young adults who are struggling with substance abuse; trauma and various mental health related challenges as well as life transitions. Through my practice, Strength in Motion Counseling I offer a combination of traditional approaches to mental health along with holistic approaches to treatment. I provide unique mindful based approaches in treatment such as group and individual psychotherapy as well as as well as mindfulness skills, walk and talk therapy and hikes

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Cynthia Banfield, L.C.S.W.

627 Kimbark St
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: 3035327939

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Providing Individual Adult/Couples therapy. EMDR, trauma, depression, anxiety, grief and loss. Extensive background in early attachment and parenting issues. No insurance accepted, but reasonable sliding scale fees available. Also providing individual LCSW supervision. LCSW supervision group on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month from 6-7:30pm. I currently take CIGNA insurance, Victim's Compensation, And several EAP's. I also will provide you with an invoice of Out of Network billing. Website: cindybanfield.com

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Rosalind Bard, Psy.D., L.P.C.

Life In Waves
1800 30th St., # 209D Boulder, CO 80301
700 Front St. #106 Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 303 752 6711

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Although we all experience change, it doesn't mean that we always understand or effectively handle the stress of transitions. Sometimes we just feel "lost at sea". I can help you learn to effectively surf the waves of change, steer in the direction that is right for you, and find the clarity, creativity, and humor to help you stay afloat. I have 30 years of experience helping people effectively navigate life's challenging changes and transitions. I also work with actors, writers, performers, and people who just want to explore and enhance their creativity. Sessions might include focusing on the mind-body connection, the use of photography for self-expression and family of origin exploration, inner dialogue and visualization, and traditional talk therapy. However I tailor sessions to fit the needs of each individual client.

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Sarah Margaret Barkley, L.C.S.W.

Sarah M. Barkley LCSW, LLC
1115 Washington Avenue
2nd Fl, Suite A, Golden 80401

phone: 303.957.7221

I specialize in the areas of child/adolescent behavioral concerns, bullying, family loss, women-specific concerns and family relationship issues. I have a strong background in trauma and PTSD work relating to adolescents, adults and specifically, women. I am certified in EMDR. My therapeutic approach lends itself towards working with the whole family and outside providers whenever possible. Hard work can be done with the right balance of challenge and heart. I believe in my clients and am willing to do whatever it takes to guide them and their loved ones through the process of healing.

 

Teresa Barrett, MA, LPC, ATR, A.T.R., M.A., L.P.C.

649 Remington Street
Fort Collins, CO 80524

phone: 970-420-2516

As a Licensed Professional Counselor, Registered Art Therapist, and EMDR II practitioner, I work with adults and elders who want to create change in their lives by bringing forth more options for themselves, exploring issues of identity, improving relationships, or overcoming obstacles such as depression and anxiety. I also specialize in infertility and other reproductive challenges.

As a therapist and fellow journeyer, my style is down-to-earth, compassionate, supportive, caring, and empowering. I respect the essence of the path (and pace) that is right for you whether that be traditional therapy, art therapy, EMDR, ritual, empowered journeying, or mindfulness. I create a safe and accepting environment for you to be with your vulnerability, claim your strength and wisdom, and explore options.

www.teresambarrett.com

 

Beth Barta, L.C.S.W., C.A.C. III

Insight Counseling
1735 York St., 80206 & 18240 E. 104th Ave. 80022
Denver/Commerce City, CO 80206

phone: 303 246 3219

Beth Barta utilizes gestalt therapy and cognitive behavioral strategies to assist people in their journey toward self discovery and change. She offers individual, couple and group therapy. She works with people who are struggling with relationship difficulties, depression/anxiety, fertility/pregnancy/new parent issues, trauma, and addictive behaviors. Most insurances are accepted and sliding fee offered.

 

Michael T Barta, Ph.D.

Michael Barta, Ph.D. Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist II
2975 Valmont Street
Boulder, Colorado 80301

phone: 303-819-4073

Michael Barta, Ph.D., LPC, Certified Sex Addiction Therapist II, specializing in the treatment of Sexual Addiction, He provides professional assessment and scientifically-based treatment to individuals, groups, and couples that are dealing with the Sexual Addiction, Relationship Addiction, and other Intimacy Disorders.

 

Evelyn Barton

New Life Counseling Service
2755 S. Locust St., #209
Denver, CO 80222

phone: (720) 291-5707

I am a psychotherapist in private practice in southeast Denver & Aurora, and a member of Colorado Association of Psychotherapists. My role is that of a catalyst for change, growth and healing in a supportive, empathic and safe environment. Client-centered, strength-based, solution-focused therapy is provided for individuals, couples and adolescents, addressing issues regarding depression, anxiety, self-esteem, PTSD, addictions, relationships, divorce recovery, grief & loss, stress management and anger management. I specialize in domestic violence,and use cognitive-behavioral therapy. Free initial consults and sliding scale fees are offered. Faith-based and home-based counseling are both available options. Feel free to visit my site at newlifecounselingservice.com.

 

Christie M. Baryames, M.A., L.P.C.

500 Coffman, Ste 115
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: 303 817 4330

Helping children, teens and adults understand divorce, low self-esteem, bullying, adoption, grief, gender issues and LGBT. Serving the Longmont area for over 8 years. If you or someone in your family needs help, give me a call.

 

Valene Baskfield, L.C.S.W.

160 South Amelia (Lower Level)
Ridgway, CO 81432

phone: 970-318-0201

Psychotherapy for children, adolescents and adults with a focus on existential treatment integrating mind and body. Three practice locations available in Montrose, Telluride and Ridgway.

 

Lisa Basquez, M.A., L.P.C.

Veritas Counseling
3615 S. Tamarac Dr, Ste. 310
Denver, CO 80237

phone: 303-221-0454
 

Aviva Bass-Huh, Psy.D.

Parenting Made Pleasant
6658 Gunpark Drive, Suite 202B
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 720-938-3423

I work with children, adolescents, and families to provide effective techniques for parents and their anxious, challenging, moody children. Studies show that there are certain practices that work to facilitate improvement with children and families. I use these evidence-based treatments, meaning my work is informed by what the science says. Between sessions I ask clients to notice patterns or practice new skills in order to help them accomplish their goals in a timely manner. Throughout treatment, the client and I evaluate the effectiveness of therapy and their satisfaction with treatment to help clients get the results they want.

My areas of specialty include behavior therapy and CBT in the treatment of ADHD, acting out behaviors in children, and anxiety disorders across the lifespan. My website is www.Parentingmadepleasant.com

 

Rivkah Bauman, M.S.W.

Private Practice
1490 Ocean Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11210

phone: 7183361216

I am a psychotherapist working with adolescents and adults using an eclectic insight oriented approach. I am EMDR certified, specialize in treating PTSD, adult children of dysfunctional parents, codependency, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, relationship issues, sexual identity and life transition issues.

 

Liliana Baylon, M.S.

Healing Relationships, LLC
950 Wadsworth Blvd. #314
Lakewood, CO 80214

phone: 720-272-5564

All of us at one point or another have faced problems that have affected us in different ways, I want to help you understand, confront, and overcome your challenges. Call me to set up an appointment and experience life differently. Todos nosotros en un momento u otro hemos enfrentado a problemas que nos han afectado de diferentes maneras, yo quiero ayudarle a comprender, enfrentar y superar sus desafíos. Llámeme para establecer una cita y ayudarle a ver y vivir la vida de una manera diferente.

 

Kate Michelle Beauchene, M.A.

2755 Iris Avenue, Apt. 7
Boulder, CO 80304

I am a registered psychotherapist, with an MA from Naropa in Somatic Counseling Psychology. My training is in Body Psychotherapy specifically, and I also specialize in equine facilitated psychotherapy.

 

Jennifer Beauvais, M.A.

Mountain Family Home Therapy


phone: 720-984-1207

Through Mountain Family Home therapy, I provide compassionate, home-based play therapy for children, individual counseling for adults and adolescents, and parent education and coaching. I seek to help reawaken that intuitive capacities for children, young adults, adults and parents to trust themselves and to work with the flow of their "emotional anatomy" -- rather than against it. Using somatic psychotherapeutic modalities, nature-based approaches, Synergetic and Attachment Based play therapy, visualization and energetic techniques, and perception-balancing tools, my belief is that our willingness to explore our issues is actually an invitation to a deeply heart-felt personal journey of inspiration, discovery, and liberation. I aim to empower children, individuals, and parents in their relationships with themselves and with each other.

 

Dawn Beck

Tantric Sacred Journeys


phone: 720 304-6449

I support you to live in your power as a sexual, spiritual, and embodied being! As a Certified Tantric Educator through Charles Muir and Source School of Tantra, I work with individuals & couples, incorporating massage, breath, sound, and healing & awakening practices to encourage you to release old patterns, bring your sexual and heart centers into alignment, and realize your deepest potential for pleasure and love!

* Experience how receiving love can heal and open your heart
* Awaken your birthright of pleasure potential
* Learn how to connect to your own Divine Feminine and Divine Masculine energy
* Be in your joyful power as a single man or woman.. or.. if you desire, manifest a relationship that meets and serves you
* Open your heart and your relationship as a couple to more intimacy, connection and love
 

Mary Agnes Beggs, Ph.D., L.M.F.T.

Boulder Valley Individual and Family Counseling
2935 Baseline Rd. Suite 302
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 720-482--0069
website: ValleyIFC.com

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I've worked as a Marriage and Family Therapist for more than 10 years. I've learned two things during that time. First,all of us want and deserve to live happily ever after. Second, sometimes happily ever after needs a little help.

My practice is devoted to helping individuals, couples, families, and children discover and use their talents and strengths to find and live happier and more fulfilling lives. I am work with Depression, Anxiety, and Mood Disorders; Challenges of Parenting (including working with challenging children, ADHD, Aspergers, and family transitions such as divorce); Eating Disorders; Adult Relationship Challengs (both traditional and same sex couples).

I offer all potential clients a free initial consultation.

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Michael Behmer, M.A.

Aspen Counseling Group
709 Third Ave, Suite 201
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: 303-834-7389

Aspen Counseling Group works with individuals, couples and families of all ages, backgrounds and beliefs who are struggling with the challenges, transitions, and crises of life. We offer step-by-step strategies to make your desired personal changes a sustainable reality.

 

James L. Bell, M.A., L.P.C., C.A.C. III

Recovery Management Counseling Center
75 Manhattan Drive Suite 304
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 720-327-0079

Recovery Management Counseling Center is a full service counseling center specializing in the treatment of substance use disorders. We provide individual counseling; Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD) classes, all levels; marijuana classes, all levels; anger management classes, all levels; mental health evaluations; anger management evaluations and alcohol/substance evaluations. We offer a sliding scale fee. We also offer evenings and weekend hours. Ample off street parking. Accessable by several buslines.

 

Margaret Bell, M.A.

Margaret Bell Counseling, LLC
4045 Wadsworth Blvd., Suite 270
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

phone: 720-238-2054

Unleash your potential!

 

Lauri Benblatt, M.A., L.P.C.

The Art of Healing
PO Box 4402
Boulder, CO 80306

phone: 303-579-3004

I utilize a client centered, humanistic and eclectic approach, incorporating various techniques and modes of treatment. Some of these include Verbal Psychotherapy, Art Therapy, DBT, Body Centered Therapy, Mindfulness skills, Outdoor Education, Guided Imagery, and Conflict Resolution.

Working within the therapeutic relationship, I help clients gain a better understanding of and ability to manage their struggles. I received my Masters Degree from New York University in Art Therapy, incorporating Counseling studies, and am licensed in Colorado.

I have been practicing for the past 13 years. My areas of specialty and focus includes Eating Disorders, Self Harm, Trauma, PTSD, Grief and Loss, Abuse, Depression, Self Esteem/Personal Empowerment, Anxiety/Stress, and Transitions. I also run a variety of groups for Women and Adolescents.

 

Chad Bennett, M.A.

Open-Door-Counseling


phone: (303) 887-1539
website: www.open-door-counseling.com

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How would you define what it means to be a man today? Lots of criteria to meet? Confusing question? Do you find yourself confronted by messages to "find your backbone" in some roles but to "be more sensitive" in others? Encountering shame, anger, disconnection or overwhelm and don't know what is wrong? Do you sense you have untapped potential and want more from yourself?

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Lorna Benton, MSW, L.C.S.W.

Dynamic Parent Coaching, LLC
2919 Valmont Road, Suite 109
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303)449-0345
website: www.DynamicParentCoaching.com

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Providing psychotherapy to children, adolescents, young adults and families. EMDR Level I and II trained in order to help with traumatic stressors. Additionally provide parent coaching, consultation, and parent education. More than 20 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and families. Parent coaching, consultation, and parent education in STEP (Systematic Training for Effective Parenting) in order to help parents find and implement solutions to all their parenting challenges. I always offer a free initial consultation, either in my office or over the phone.

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Nick Berger, M.A., L.P.C.

Family Balance Solutions
1800 30th St., Suite 220 C
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303-956-7066

I'm a Narpopa-trained transpersonal psychotherapist, specializing in divorce issues. I use an eclectic blend of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Gestalt, Object Relations theory, biofeedback, and various body-mind techniques, including Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), breathing exercises, and Reiki energy healing to facilitate psychotherapeutic growth.

I have specific training in high-conflict issues, and how they affect children. Most of my work has been working with such families to support this transition, while keeping it as easy as possible for the children.

Services include: - Counseling/Psychotherapy - Play Therapy - Biofeedback training - Mediation - Therapeutic Parenting Time - Supervised Parenting Time - Supervised child exchanges - Child and Family Investigations

 

Elizabeth (Libby) Berry, M.A., L.P.C.

Elizabeth Berry, L.P.C.
2975 Valmont Road, Suite 310
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-513-1544

I have been counseling adults and couples in Boulder and Denver for 16 years. I am solution-focused and provide a welcoming environment for you to explore your feelings and thoughts. Experienced in EMDR for trauma. Training in Relational Life couple therapy. Many insurances accepted.

 

Chardin Bersto, M.A.

Boulder Integral Healing Arts
10 S 31st St.
Boulder, CO 80305

phone: 720-849-6996

Manual Chinese Five Element Body Therapy is a Soft Tissue Manipulation approach to rehabilitating the Mind/Body from acute and chronic injuries, stress injuries, trauma, and metabolic problems.

 

Mia Bertram

Mia Bertram Counseling and Play Therapy
2845 Wilderness Place Suite 208
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 720-340-6615

I am a child and family therapist specializing in Play Therapy. I work with children ages 3- 12 struggling with such issues such as grief, adoption/foster care, trauma, self- esteem, divorce and sensory processing disorder. I have received extensive training at the Play Therapy Institute of Colorado in brain development and utilizing the nervous system as a means to understand and help clients regulate themselves. Through the counseling and play therapy process I help my clients connect with themselves, building awareness, trust in themselves and appreciation for who they are while discovering their highest potential. I am a resource for parents and caregivers, offering coaching and education to help create loving relationships by understanding their child's needs and ways to support their growth individually and within the family system

 

Gisele Shea Berzins, M.A.

548 Mountain Avenue
Berthoud, Colorado 80513

phone: 303-408-0366

Call for a FREE 20 MINUTE CONSULTATION. My emphasis is in two areas: (1) Helping people overcome GRIEF and LOSS (perhaps a DIVORCE or DEATH of a loved one); and (2) CHRONIC PAIN Release. The loss may be of a spouse, relative, friend, pet; or the loss of a parent to dementia or entering a care facility; the loss of one's own independence, freedom or mobility due to natural aging. Counseling can also be very effective in releasing CHRONIC PAIN. Many times chronic pain develops or continues due to emotional stressors. During counseling we can identify what stressors could be causing your pain. In many cases, pain that was once attributable to a solely medical cause or had no diagnosable onset, continues or is pronounced by unperceived emotional, stress-related issues, FEARS, ANXIETY. Yes, the pain is real NOT imaginary. I am here to help.

 

Jane E Bida, L.C.S.W., M.S.W.

4770 Baseline Rd, suite 300
Boulder, Colorado 80303

phone: 3034409230

I specialize in treating children, adolescents, and adults with Anxiety, OCD, and OCD related Disorders. I have extensive post graduate training in the treatment of these disorders with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Exposure Therapy, and ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.) These are evidence based therapies, meaning that in scientific studies they have been shown to be the most effective therapies for Anxiety and OCD. I also offer a CBT group for children with Anxiety called the The Brave Kids Group. In the group we use mindfulness, CBT, and Exposure Therapy to help children ( ages 7 to 11) learn what causes anxiety, develop coping strategies, and face and overcome their fears. I also sponsor a support group for teens with OCD.

 

Beth Biersdorf, M.A.

Body Love and Conscious Eating
2760 29th St. Ste 2C
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303 847 6592

I work primarily with women with eating and body image issues. I believe that every person has a complex relationship with his or her body and eating. I help my clients to find balance between their body's needs, food cravings, and notions of what their body "ought to" look like.

 

Angela Bigford, M.A.

The Nonverbal Voice
1911 11th St., Suite 202
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-589-3376

As a Somatic Counselor, I recognize that our thoughts and emotions are necessarily intertwined with our physiology. Using a family systems and communications lens, I practice constructivist therapy, focusing on the behavioral narrative of children, partners, and families. In my view, there is nothing that is not communicated. Whether or not it is verbalized is another question entirely. With a slowed-down opportunity to explore what's happening inside through experiential activities such as play therapy, Hakomi techniques, art, sandplay, constellation work, etc., it becomes possible to experience a different outcome. Ultimately, new experiences teach our brain new habits, supporting relationships with those we love.

 

Nyle Biondi, M.S., L.M.F.T.

Nyle Biondi, LLC
1800 30th St. Suite 304
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 608-219-1744

I am a strengths-based systems therapist with experience working with adolescents, families, individuals and couples. I have a focus in working with transgender and LGB clients. I am a DBT-informed therapist and am experienced in helping people who struggle with mood regulation. Additionally, I have experience and interest in working with adults and children who have developmental disabilities, and their families.

 

Rhae Birmingham, MFT

Rhae B, LLC
1221 Pearl Street Suite 13
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 7204096881

I specialize in the complex dynamics of relationships. I have extensive experience working in healing a variety of relationships, parental-child, marriage, relationships, relationships with self, and even unhealthy relationships with substances.

I obtained my Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Argosy University, Honolulu. I am a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor in the state of Hawaii and an International Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. I am also a registered psychotherapist in the state of Colorado. I have worked with a variety of clients in the community and private settings across the country; integrating culture, belief exploration, and religious framework with psychotherapy.

 

Don Bissett, L.P.C.

Don Bissett LPC
PO Box 9076
Avon, Colorado 81620

phone: 970-390-7377

I provide Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples, individuals and families. I was trained in psychoanalytic psychotherapy at the Texas Research Institute of Mental Sciences in Houston and under the supervision of Diane Martinez MD in San Antonio. I'm also an Approved Supervisor and Clinical Member in AAMFT. My primary employment is with Vail Valley Medical Center where I do mental health evaluations and substance abuse interventions. I completed my 13th season as a ski instructor at Vail in April 2011.

 

Kathryn Black, PhD, Ph.D., L.M.F.T.

2315 Broadway
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 720-352-8710

Kathryn Black, PhD, is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist with a private practice in Boulder. She works with individuals (adolescents and adults), families, and couples. She is the author of Mothering without a Map: The Search for the Good Mother Within (Penguin) and conducts workshops and groups for parents. She is trained in EMDR, Brainspotting and PACT (Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy).

 

Jack Blackwell

Artistry In Healing
2373 Vineyard Place
Boulder, Colorado 80304

phone: 720-458-5363
website: yinhealing.com

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"Healing the Neglected Inner Child"

Childhood neglect can wound you deeply and leave you with scars that never fully heal. Childhood neglect is a bit insidious, it's not always perceived as abuse by our society and yet it is. The pain is the same and the life-long wounds just as damaging...

If you were a neglected child, as I was, there will be far reaching consequences that impact your life. Read more here about the issues neglected children face and the focuses needed to heal.

http://family-constellation.com/Therapy/

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Cathy M Blake, B.A., M.A., L.P.C.

Heartfocus Counseling
10960 W 65th Way
Arvada, Colorado 80004

phone: 303-464-9803

Cathy is a highly sensitive, warm, and heart-focused person. Her passion is helping people find happiness by harmonizing mind and body, deepening relationships, and helping the highly sensitive person thrive.

Cathy is licensed by the Colorado Division of Professions and Occupations as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). She graduated from Naropa University, Boulder, Colorado, with a Master's degree in Somatic Counseling Psychology. She also has an MBA from the University of Colorado, a BS from Metropolitan State College, and a BA from Rutgers University. She has been practicing individual and couples counseling since 2009. She is certified in EMDR therapy and has specialized training in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Body-Mind Psychotherapy, and play therapy.

 

Janet L Bland

Solutions for Small Business, LLC


phone: 9703973758

I provide bookkeeping/accounting services and can help you with:QuickBooks, Quicken, Custom MS Excel worksheets, Custom Databases, Bank Reconciliations, Credit Card Reconciliations.

Need help getting caught up? Need help staying caught up?

Don't have time to organize that pile in the box, bag, or drawer? No Problem, Let us Help!

Need a Pro-Advisor? We network with many and can get you the extra help you need.

We have built many custom utilities and have a no cost or low cost solution just for you.

Prefer to Learn to do it yourself? Let us show you - it's fun!

Interested in learning how to do it yourself- We would enjoy teaching you! We have built many custom utilities and have a no cost or low cost solution just for you and network with other pro-advisors where additional expertise is needed for your business concerns.

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Bridget M Blasius, M.A., S.E.P.

Willow Tree Counseling Services, LLC
3035 West 25th Avenue
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 303-995-8512
website: www.willowtreeboulder.com

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In each of us lies a deep wisdom and innate capacity for healing. That wisdom lies within our hearts, minds and bodies. Every moment is an opportunity to explore and discover our fullest potential. The human self is not a static entity. We are always unfolding and becoming. Sometimes, trauma cuts us off from this process of unfolding. Many of us have learned habitual coping strategies in response to traumatic environments. Later in life, these strategies may become "fixed" and automatic. This can lead us to feeling constricted, limiting our capacity for connection with the world around us.

Life doesn't have to be that way. I'd love to help you re-connect with your own aliveness.

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Daniel Blausey, A.T.R., M.A.

Studio Blue: Art + Psychotherapy LLC
1800 30th Street, Suite 304
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 720-390-0466

After five transformative years in Boulder, Daniel Blausey, MA, ATR-BC, LCAT, Studio Blue: Art + Psychotherapy llc has ended services in Boulder and will be returning and reopening NYC in early fall. For any potential referrals please contact me through BlauseyATRBC@aol.com or through www.DanielBlausey.com. Much thanks, Daniel Studio Blue: Art + Psychotherapy: services include individual, couple, family and group therapy. Daniel has over 18 years of experience working with survivors of childhood sexual abuse, adolescents and young adults, and LGBTQ individuals of all ages. Areas of clinical specialty include sexual identity, childhood sexual abuse, depression, trauma, grief and loss. Daniel is a former director of mental health services at Gay Men's Health Crisis and The Door, A Center of Alternatives (youth agency) in New York City.

 

Sally Blevins, M.A., L.P.C.

Connect Therapies


website: www.connecttherapies.com

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Connect Therapies --- Areas Served and Specialties: Individual Counseling: Specializing in Child and Adolescent -- Family Counseling: Special Needs Families (ASD, Developmentally Challenged) -- Art Therapy, Childhood Depression, Teen Depression, Through Art (all ages), Expressive Art Group for Therapists, Women's Groups.

Resource Provider for Sierra Tucson Treatment Center. 
Specializing in Creative Therapy with children experiencing learning difficulties including ASD, ADHD - developing and enhancing their communication skills. Social skills groups for developmentally disabled adults.

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Lorene Anne Bloom

Bloom Family Therapy


phone: 720-331-9017

My philosophy with regard to therapy is the same as my philosophy in life - relationships are a way for each human being to grow into the person they wish to become. Talk therapy is the main modality I will use in our time together. Our goal will be to reveal the beliefs that are stopping you from becoming the person you want to be, and/or having the relationship that you want, and changing them. To do this, we will work as a team to discover how the relationships you have experienced in your life have formed those beliefs.

Treating an individual who copes with daily depression is a part of my work that I love. There is hope! In addition to treating individuals for depression, working with couples to create the relationship they want and need is my passion. I welcome clients of any sexual orientation.

 

Celia M. Bockhoff, L.C.S.W.

614 Sunshine Canyon Dr.
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720-346-1388
website: www.celiabockhoff.com

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Utilizing a skillful mix of psychotherapeutic, somatic, and creative practices, I can help you attune to your core intuitive self. With over twenty-five years of experience in results oriented psychotherapy, natural trance, and intuitive vocal approaches; plus certification in the amazing trauma recovery path of Somatic Experiencing; I am ready to guide you in finding your own confident steps forward. I am a gentle, grounded, and experienced therapist and mentor, with an open heart, a steady hand, and a clear eye.

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Terry Bohn, M.A.

Restoration Counseling Center of Northern CO
1136 E Stuart Street #2040
Fort Collins, CO 80525

phone: 720-608-9778

I specialize in serving adults (21+) and couples who feel stuck, have unresolved grief, struggle with unmanageable stress or betrayed trust (pornography, infidelity), have concerns with personal boundaries or codependency, have relatives or friends who abuse substances, work on their own recovery, or desire true healing from trauma or abuse (emotional, physical, substance or sexual).

I invite a relational, interpersonal approach with my clients, as we engage your beliefs, needs, hopes, and expectations - even for therapy itself. Many clients also find it helpful to look at the ways in which their past continues to be replayed in dissatisfying current relationships, situations and experiences. I studied and worked under Dr. Dan Allender (theallendercenter.org), who serves men/women recovering from trauma and abuse.

 

Brenda Bomgardner, M.A., L.P.C., N.C.C.

Creating Your Beyond
950 Wadsworth Blvd #315
Denver, CO 80214

phone: 720-260-7702

If you have experienced violence in your life and are ready to create a life beyond trauma and loss, I can support you on your journey. You may have already had therapy and courageously worked at the healing process and are now ready to take the next step to a higher level and reclaim your life. You are poised to flourish and thrive, experience enhanced personal growth and embrace emotional wellness. I am honored to join you in collaborating at reaching your dreams of having a meaningful life based on your values. Together, as fellow travelers, we can explore ways of designing your destiny. I work with adults whose lives have been touched by catastrophic violence. Specifically, violent acts such as, assault, rape, domestic violence, incest, childhood abuse and those left behind by suicide. http://wwwcreatingyourbeyond.c

 

Rachael Skolnik Bonaiuto, M.A.

Embodied Wellness LLC


phone: 303-827-6450

Embodied Wellness LLC empowers people to re-discover the joy of relationship, the wisdom of embodiment, and the peace of heart-connection. We offer body-based psychotherapy, Authentic Movement, educational workshops, dance programs, and counseling for individuals, couples, families and teens. Embodied Wellness LLC approaches every class, session, and consultation with compassion, creativity and the integration of body, mind and spirit. We would love to hear from you with any comments, questions, inspired ideas or potential collaborations. Visit us at www.embodiedwellness.org for more information!

 

Sally Bonkrude, M.A., L.P.C.

Positiveinnerchange
607 10th St. Suite 208
Golden, CO 80401

phone: 3037179580

I specialize in working with children, teens and adults to overcome anxiety…..social anxiety, public performance anxiety, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder. My therapeutic toolbox is full with training in Internal Family Systems, Gestalt Therapy and Music Therapy. I am the author of the “Conscious Performing…from fear to freedom”. I look forward to speaking with you soon.

 

Kate Booth, M.A.

YWCA Pueblo
1104 Belmont Ave
Pueblo, Co 81004

phone: 719-588-2907

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Kate now lives in Pueblo, Co and works as a play therapist and parent coach with the YWCA Pueblo domestic violence program

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Deb Bopsie, M.A.

BC3 1637 28th Street
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 207-284-5509

"You can't change the waves, but you can learn to surf" anonymous

Deb has a contemplative psychotherapy practice in Boulder Colorado. Deb knows that each person has the ability to find their basic goodness and become more grounded in who they are and how they want to move in the world. Deb has an eclectic style that honors difference. She holds curiosity and exploration as key ingredients of health and happiness.

"Peace is the result of retraining your mind to process life as it is, rather than as you think it should be" Wayne W. Dyer

 

Kerry Borcherding, M.A.

Kerry Borcherding, LLC


phone: 303.579.5926

I hold a Masters in Counseling Psychology and am a certified Gestalt Equine Assisted Psychotherapist. During the therapy session you partner with horses to have an experience in the present moment. It is my belief that building a relationship with a horse will deepen your relationship with your self, others and with nature. Horses are sensitive, intuitive, social beings, who help to illuminate our patterns of relationship and behaviors by giving us immediate feedback. Through relationship, they offer the opportunity to learn, grow and heal.

I support individuals, couples, families and groups who struggle with grief, trauma, relationship challenges, personal growth, life transitions, communication, addiction and/or attachment.

“What do you want to do with your one wild and precious life?” - Mary Oliver

 

Bridget Borsdorf, M.A., L.P.C.

The Bridge Center for Play Therapy
825 S. Broadway
Boulder, colorado 80305

phone: 303.499.0844

Offering play based therapuetic services to adults, children, families, teens, and parents. This unique therapeutic practice allows individuals to deepen relationship to self and others while exploring their internal world to uncover areas that may be of challenge and strife. Building awareness around such place within creates a natural movement towards healing. Once we begin to understand ourselves more clearly, we can then begin to understand how we relate to others. Our play process engages and encourages this exploration, revealing your inner essence. This process trusts that you have the answers to your biggest hurdles, we are just hear to guide you on that journey.

 

Stacy Boston, M.A., L.P.C.

Gradient Psychotherapy, LLC
767 Pearl Street, Suite 240
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303-956-9147

Life is more than simply black and white. There's no single method for overcoming your stressors. There's no one idea that will help you through tough times. Together, we'll develop the skills you need to meet, life's challenges with resilience and to focus on the colorful and vibrant aspects of living. You are unique, and you deserve a personalized approach that will help you reach your full potential. At Gradient Psychotherapy, my purpose is to help shift your perspective so you see the full spectrum of experience without being distracted by the extremes.

In Denver and Boulder, I work with Individuals, Adolescents, Parents, Couples, Families, and Play Therapy for Children to enhance the skills, creativity and courage needed to effectively work through struggles.

 

Taryn Bostwick, M.A.

The Butterfly Within Counseling Center
2002 B West 120th Ave #2
Northglenn, co 80234

phone: 720-304-5570

With over 10 years of experience The Butterfly Within Counseling Center specializes in: - Polyamory, Swinging, Open relationships - Non-traditional families - GLBTQ, Gender Identity - Alternative lifestyles and sexualities - Kink, BDSM - Sex and Relationship therapy -Sexual assault, Sexual abuse, Incest, Survivors of trauma

When you're not monogamous, sometimes the issues aren't about polyamory or your alternative lifestyle. Having a poly friendly counselor helps keep the focus on the real issues. While working with these communities we provide a safe, non-judgmental space to explore issues related and unrelated to one's alternative way of self-expression.

 

Crystal Bouchard, M.S., L.P.C.

Inspired Therapy Solutions
740 Burbank St.
Broomfield, CO 80020

phone: 720-288-3695

At Inspired Therapy Solutions, you will find a safe and collaborative counseling environment. We believe that the client is always the expert on his/her life, and our purpose is only to help guide the way. We will work together to decide your treatment goals, and what type of intervention you prefer to help you along your journey to healing. We specialize in working with children, and treating trauma for all ages. In addition, we help with other concerns such as: anxiety, anger, family conflict, divorce, ADHD, depression, and more. We use traditional therapeutic techniques such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and offer Yoga as an intervention if interested. Find more information at our website: www.InspiredTherapySolutions.com

 

Crystal Bouchard, L.P.C.

The Kali Institute, LLC
2095 West 6th Ave Suite 213
Broomfield, CO 80020

phone: 720-288-3695

Our group practice is the bridge between traditional therapy and performance coaching. We provide professional services that are rooted in science and reality, are whole person focused, and on the edge of mainstream. Our practice consists of 4 mental health therapist who are all EMDR certified or trained, specialize in trauma and anxiety, and work with kids, teens, and adults. In addition to mental health therapy, we provide massage, acupuncture, healing touch, and yoga services. We are passionate about helping people heal and become the best versions of themselves.

 

SonderMind Boulder

SonderMind
100 West Arapahoe Lane
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 206-992-1465

We offer office space, business development, professional development in a supportive community environment. We help you build your practice or support you with an already established practice. Great location with beautiful views.

 

JIm Bowen MA, L.P.C.

1800 30th, Suite 217B
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303.534.8717

Are you having anger, pain, rejection, hurt, and no sex – in your relationship?

Is this you? Do you feel hopeless, negative, torn apart by your troubles? Don’t know where to begin to put yourself back together? Are you tired of the same old fights? In need of some emotional support and guidance through the maze of relationship and sex?

Do you… Want to understand why you act the way you do? Want to build a foundation of trust, balance, and growth for yourself individually, and for your relationship? Think some tools for calming down and communicating well could be useful for you?

Then please call or send an email to jimbowen@boulderdenvertherapy.com to work with a person who has been helping individuals, couples, and families since 1992. Active, not just "chat" therapy. Boundary work, family systems, breathwork,and mind/body tools.

 

Deborah Bowman, Ph.D.

Boulder Psychotherapy Institute
2830 Darley Ave.
Boulder, CO 80305

phone: 303 440 0808
website: www.thefemalebuddha.com

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Deborah Bowman, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and certified Gestalt therapist with over 25 years experience. She integrates Gestalt, Jungian, creative and contemplative approaches to therapy and works with adults and couples. She has extensive experience working with grief, anxiety and depression. Deborah is an author and artist and enjoys coaching the creative process for artists in psychotherapy as well. She is a Professor of Transpersonal Counseling Psychology at Naropa University and a senior teaching faculty with the Boulder Psychotherapy Institute.

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Scott Boyd, M.A.

Interior Work Psychotherapy
2027 Broadway, Suite B
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: (720) 316-5765

Although it might be external circumstances that caused you to start looking for a therapist, I believe it is the internal work that sets us free. If we are waiting for people to act differently towards us, the world to be more fair, our boss to recognize our genius, etc. then we are giving away control of our happiness.

I firmly believe that we all have the capacity to be truly happy. My aim as a therapist is to help you get rid of the parts of you that are standing in the way of this. I do this by combining talk therapy, education and "homework" to help increase self actualization. I want to pass on what I have learned in school, in therapy, in my training, what I have gathered from working with others and from my own internal journey towards freedom.

 

Amelie N Bracher, M.A.

Mindfulness-based Somatic Psychotherapy and EMDR
5214 Idylwild Trail Suite 103
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-413-6019

Mindfulness-based Somatic Psychotherapy Practice, EMDR, DBT, CBT, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (Hakomi) - Individual counseling for attachment and trauma issues, trans-generational trauma, anxiety, depression, body image and identity issues, spiritual crises. - Couples therapy - Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) including Infant-Mental Health (0-6); Play therapy : Support for adoptions, attachment process, children's life transitions, child abuse, parental separations or divorce; supervised visitation

 

Allison Bratsch, M.A., L.P.C.C

Healing Smiles Counseling, LLC
720 S Colorado Blvd, Ste 610-S
Denver, CO 80246

phone: 720-301-3978

Allison is a child and family therapist who offers individual child therapy, therapeutic parenting support, parent-child dyadic work, and family therapy. She is a Registered Psychotherapist in the state of Colorado, and received her Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from the University of Colorado Denver with an emphasis in Couple and Family Therapy. Through 4+ years in the field of child trauma (i.e. abuse and neglect), Allison has developed a specialty in working with children and families to heal from the effects of childhood maltreatment and attachment injuries. Allison has received training, supervision, and consultation in Child Parent Psychotherapy and Trauma-Focused CBT as well as non-directive play therapy and Dr. Bruce Perry's Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics. Visit www.healingsmilescounseling.com for more info!

 

Drew Brazier, M.A., L.P.C.

Optimal Solutions Colorado
2010 W. 120th Ave
Westminster, CO 80234

phone: 303-257-7045

Understanding what is holding you back is important. However, I want to take you to the next level. While I don’t minimize the real problems in your life, my primary focus is to identify and use your strengths to move you in the direction of your optimal level of well being. When it comes to deciding on what interventions we will implement to move you forward, I will provide you with options that are compatible with your personality. I am passionate about working with teens (12-18yrs) and adults!

Individual therapy is NOT simply sitting down and talking about problems! Well, what is it you might ask? Though there is some venting and talking about frustrations, therapy is primarily focused on where you want to go and how to get there. No matter the problem holding you back, we can work together on finding effective solutions!

 

Karen J Bricken, M.A., L.M.F.T.

954 North Street, Suite 304
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303.502.5602

I am a licensed Marriage and Family therapist and holistic health and wellness counselor and have been practicing for 13 years. I integrate relational psychotherapy, body awareness therapy and nutritional counseling into my practice. My specialties include relationships, families, stress management, anxiety, fears, body image, and emotional eating. I create a nurturing and non-judgmental space for clients to address and overcome the obstacles that are in their way of experiencing more consistent joy and happiness. Clients gain more clarity and insight into who they are and what they want in their lives and learn to see the various choices they have in each moment.

Please contact me for a free phone consultation to learn more and discuss your current needs for therapy.

karenbricken@gmail.com www.takingrootwellness.com

 

Joanne (Jo) Brilhart, Psy.D., R.N.

Equine Discoveries LLC
P.O. Box 461288
Denver, CO 80246

phone: 303-618-7596

Equine Gestalt Coaching allows people to connect with horses on a deep and personal level. The horses are our partners in facilitating the discovery process. This interactive approach with horses and coaches is unique, in that it enables humans to discover their authentic selves in the moment.

Equine coaching can help reduce stress, provide insight about loss and bring inner peace, give clarity about career/life goals and relationships, stimulate motivation to make changes, strengthen courage to move through transitions, and much more.

Conifer and Golden locations convenient to Denver and southwest suburbs.

We work with individuals and small groups. No previous horse experience necessary. This work does not involve horseback riding.

www.equinediscoveries.com
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Judith Brodie, M.A., L.P.C.

3979 E. Arapahoe Road
Centennial, Colorado 80122

phone: 303-503-5282

Judith Brodie, MA, LPC, is a licensed professional counselor in private practice in Centennial, Colorado. She offers counseling services to individuals and families who wish to engage in more authentic and rewarding relationships, make changes in one or more aspects of their lives, and increase life satisfaction and performance.If you are feeling stuck, confused, or conflicted about your relationships or your life’s direction, I can help you gain clarity and find creative strategies for moving forward, engage in more authentic and meaningful relationships, and better understand yourself to change self destructive patterns.

 

Laura Brodie, A.T.R., M.A., L.P.C.

1616 17th Street, Suite 379
Denver, Co 80202

phone: 303.981.8508

Laura Brodie, MA, A.T.R., LPC Couples Counseling & Marriage Therapy in Boulder & Downtown Denver

Save your marriage now. Rebuild trust, intimacy & friendship. Grow closer, communicate better with less conflict & more love. New or long-term couples. 30 years experience as a clinician (PACT/Imago).

Achieve the personal growth you want through the supportive, confidential & comfortable atmosphere I provide. It is essential to me to consistently maintain an open mind, an empathetic nature, & humility. I am a caring, interactive, solution-focused therapist. I appreciate the privilege of working with a wide spectrum of clients & respect all clients regardless of their culture, disability, gender, age, sexual orientation, race or religion.

Reparative & Preventative counseling available.

Call me, I can help you.

www.denvertherapist.org

 

Annie Brook, Ph.D., L.P.C.

5412 Idylwild Trail
Boulder, CO 80301

Full range treatment with specialty in early attachment, somatic psychology, and shock/trauma resolution. Focus on unraveling behaviors based in pre-cognitive memory responses related to perinatal time frame.

Eating DIsorder Recovery Program and consultations

 

Li Brookens, L.C.S.W., M.S.W.

Li Brookens LLC
1120 Alpine Ave Suite E
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 720-663-0163

I work collaboratively with individuals, couples, and groups of people struggling with a variety of mental health concerns. My specialties include addressing issues related to identity, relationship dissatisfaction, trauma, life transition, mood, anxiety, and depression.

In my practice, I aim to help people cultivate curiosity, grow in their awareness, and put words to their experience in ways that open the door to deeper understanding and relief from painful suffering. I believe building and nurturing a therapeutic relationship with each individual is key in allowing the process of healing to begin. Check me out further at www.LiBrookens.com

 

Barb Brown, M.A., L.P.C.

Mile Hi Counseling, LLC
8704 Yates Dr, Suite 205
Westminster, CO 80031

phone: 303-859-9928

Barb Brown is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Her office is conveniently located near the Boulder Turnpike and Sheridan in Westminster. Barb can assist clients who are experiencing trauma, anxiety, grief, depression, childhood wounds, and life transitions. Ms. Brown maintains a holistic perspective on healing. Her training include Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Neuro-Emotional Technique(NET), Somatic Archaeology, Qigong Energy work, Essential Oils Therapy, and Thought Field Therapy.

 

Christina Brown, M.A., L.P.C.C, N.C.C.

People House Affordable Counseling Program - Intern
3035 West 25th Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80211

phone: (303) 480-5130

At times in life we may find ourselves struggling to understand and manage overwhelming emotions and unhealthy patterns. Using a variety of techniques including cognitive behavioral and mindfulness-based therapies I help clients create more meaningful lives by increasing self-awareness and reconnecting with values. In a collaborative, person-centered environment I support clients in developing the skills needed to move toward the things that matter most in life. I believe in each person's unique and powerful potential for growth and I offer a safe, compassionate space conducive for change. It would be an honor to accompany you on this transformative journey! I am a National Certified Counselor and hold a Master's Degree in Counseling from National-Louis University.

 

Clinton M Brown, M.A., L.P.C.

855 W Oak Ct
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 720-272-1120

MA 1999 in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Music Therapy from Naropa, former therapist and crisis worker on the EPS Team at Mental Health Partners (Boulder County Mental Health), Clinical Intake Evaluator in the Inpatient Behavioral Department at Boulder Community Hospital. Trained in SFBT and EMDR.

 

Holly Brown, Ph.D.

The Center for learning and Psychological Services
5412 Idylwild Trail
Boulder (gunbarrel), CO 80301

phone: 720 833 8849

We offer comprehensive Neuropsycological/Psychological evaluation, counseling, and learning support services to children, adolescents, adults, and their families. Potential Benefits of Psychological Evaluation:Accurate diagnosis of psychological difficulties will lead to treatment strategies that work to improve relationships, self-esteem, energy, view of self, ability to initiate, and performance. With knowledge and a plan, individuals may feel less overwhelmed, more in control, and happier. They may demonstrate more positive thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Our recommended strategies will include interventions at home and at school.

 

Kevin C Brown, M.A.

People House, Inc
3035 West 25th Avenue
Denver, CO 80211

phone: (303) 501-6270

kevinbrown@peoplehouse.org

Kevin welcomes anyone who wants to find relief from past traumas, explore current life difficulties, or who would like to engage in a process of assisted self-discovery. He recognizes that our bodies often hold and unconsciously express our life history, including painful and traumatic experiences. Kevin received a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Montana and has extensive training in body-centered psychotherapies including the Hakomi Method of assisted self-study and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. He specializes in mindfulness-based psychotherapy and the treatment of trauma. Working collaboratively from a stance of loving presence, Kevin provides a safe and nonjudgmental space to explore, process, and integrate life’s challenging experiences.

 

Klara N Brown, L.P.C.

Klara Nemes Brown, LLC
1776 S. Jackson st #1007
Denver, Colorado 80210

phone: 303-547-4704

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) specializing in Marriage and Family Counseling and Sexual Health. I work with women and men individually or as couple to establish healthy, authentic, fully self-expressed, and loving relationships. A couple forms a partnership to create synergy and harmony in relationship and in family, which permeates life even beyond the home. They experience safety and security by getting in touch with inner peace. My clients discover the hidden secrets of communication, manage conflict powerfully, and experience emotional and sexual intimacy to create their ultimate relationship.

Currently, I maintain a private practice in Wheat Ridge and Denver, Colorado. I am happy to spend 15 minutes talking with you creating healthy relationship and the life you love.

 

Scott Brown, M.A.

1314 SE Birch Street
Portland, Oregon 97214

phone: 303-834-7553

My areas of practice are: Sex & love addiction, pornography addiction; addiction & recovery support; grief & loss counseling, especially in dealing with aging or deceased parents; anxiety. I use techniques from CBT, DBT, experiential and depth approaches. I do not currently accept insurance; sliding scale available. Available for phone consult for therapists ($25 per quarter hour) and clients.

 

B.J. Brown, MSW, CIBP

Mentoring for Life Transformation


website: www.somacoach.com

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Body-Centered Psychotherapist in private practice for 25 years. BJ facilitates depth exploration incorporating more holistic and spiritual approaches with her traditional background. Integrative Body Psychotherapy, breathwork, art therapy to name a few. She is now offering Shamanic Healing and Soul Retrieval, having trained with Sandra Ingerman and in the 3-yr program with Michael Harner's Foundation for Shamanic Studies. Take a look at her expanded listing for more info on offerings and her book.
- "When BJ walks into a room and the space expands. Possibilities flow from her eyes and heart as she connects deeply with what is and what might be. Lurking behind the twinkle is a powerhouse of support, fun, presence and transcendent love, ready to play and explore." --Kathlyn Hendricks, Ph.D., ADTR - The Hendricks Institute

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Erin Brumleve, M.A., L.P.C.

Denver Art Therapy Counseling Co., LLC
1115 Grant Street #303
Denver, CO 80209

phone: 303-691-7913

At Denver Art Therapy Counseling Co. we utilize a combination of art, play, and evidenced based psychotherapy to support children, teens, couples and families as they work to overcome challenges related to communication, blended families, divorce/separation, grief, loss, and trauma. We will work with you as a team. We are in network with several insurance companies. Please visit us at www.erinbrumleve.com to learn more or schedule your free 30 minute consultation!

 

Shara Brun, M.A.

Resonant Therapies


phone: 720-336-1734

I practice as a registered psychotherapist, vocal coach and music teacher who combines the skills involved in these arts to discover positive change together with you. Listening, Collaboration and Creativity are useful allies in discovering our own health and strength. Using them, as when making music, we can explore our present relationship to our Self, to Others, and to the direction of our life. I especially enjoy working with people to discover and use their voice as a powerful tool for exploration, expression and healing.

 

Shara Brun, M.A., L.P.C.C, N.C.C.

Resonant Self Counseling
2945 Center Green Court Suite H
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 720.336.1734
website: www.myresonantself.com

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I specialize in working with people who are looking to empower and express themselves more fully. This process often involves exploring feelings of shame and self judgment, anxieties, old messages and old loyalties that hinder self worth and self love.

With couples, I most enjoy working with people who are navigating non-traditional relationship contexts as well as those couples who are seeking to reinvigorate feelings of freedom and compassion in their relationship.

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Stephen Brunston, M.A.

Soul Mend, LLC
13693 E Iliff Ave #112
Aurora, CO 80014

phone: 720-340-1324

Counseling is a dynamic, creative response to living. We seek relatedness with another person as a response to pain and loss or the longing for joy. Whether you're nursing a faint voice of hope for change or anger for something different, we can explore together in an experimental way. Bring your experience, trauma, limitations, stories and dreams and we will sort them together and experience new possibilities. Stephen has completed an MA in Counseling at Regis University. Has training with Boulder Psychotherapy Institute and in Somatic Experiencing. Stephen has a passion and aptitude for group work.

 

Stephanie Bryan, L.C.S.W., C.A.C. III

REAL Parenting
1530 55th Street
Boulder, CO 80303-1256

phone: 303-397-0646
website: www.REALparenting.net

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I have worked in the fields of mental health and addictions for over 25 years. I enjoy helping people with depression, anxiety, and addictions turn their lives around using Cognitive Therapy, EMDR, and Brainspotting.

I empower parents to manage their parenting challenges using Respect, Empathy, Appreciation, and Love (REAL Parenting®). I offer parent coaching and 5 parenting classes: Becoming a Love and Logic Parent®, Love and Logic Early Childhood Parenting Made Fun! Creating Happy Families and Responsible Kids™, REAL Parenting®, Active Parenting for Stepfamilies in 3, and Siblings Without Rivalry. I teach parenting classes fall, winter, spring, and summer. For parenting classes/coaching, see www.REALparenting.net. For information on my psychotherapy practice, see http://www.psychotherapistsguild.com/profile.php?Stephanie+M++Bryan

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Debora L. Bryant, L.C.S.W.

395 Pine Brook Rd.
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303-955-2468
website: www.DBryantTherapy.com

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Compassion, Integrity, Experience

"Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; Who looks inside, awakens." -Carl Jung

As human beings, we often need help and guidance to be able to look deeply enough into our own hearts to truly heal and awaken, and to actualize our own unique nature. It is Debora's passion as a therapist to help others interested in this process.

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Deborah Bryon,PhD, NCPsyA, Ph.D., L.P.C.

Licensed Psychologist & Jungian Analyst
5606 Olde Wadsworth Blvd
Arvada, CO 80002

phone: 303-596-5233

Deborah completed a B.A. in psychology at UCLA and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at the University of Denver. Over the last decade, Deborah has been working with Q'ero shamans in Peru and is the author of the books, Lessons of the Inca Shamans: Piercing the Veil, and Lessons of the Inca Shamans Part II: Beyond the Veil (forthcoming). She has published several articles on the integration of Jungian Depth Psychology with Andean medicine practices (shamanism).

Deborah is an artist and member of Spark Gallery. She has taught University of Colorado and Metropolitan State College of Denver. Prior to reentering the field of psychology, she was a stockbroker on Wall Street.

Deborah currently arranges sacred pilgrimages to Peru to study with the Andean medicine people. http://lessonsoftheincashamans.com/ www.deborahbryon.com

 

Arnica Buckner, Ph.D.

2696 S. Colorado Blvd., Suite 210
Denver, CO 80222

phone: 303-717-0357

Dr. Arnica Buckner earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Colorado at Boulder and is currently in private practice in Denver and Boulder. She specializes in the provision of evidence-based behavior therapies including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Behavioral Activation (BA) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Dr. Buckner has experience providing individual and group therapy for a variety of psychological difficulties including depression, anxiety and eating disorders.

 

Stephen Burden

Bowman and Burden Healing Art, Inc.
2830 Darley Ave.
Boulder, CO 80305

phone: 303-499-9118

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As a registered psychotherapist, with an emphasis on Client Centered Therapy, I respect and try to enhance the innate wisdom of the client. I am trained in and use the modalities of Gestalt, Applied Existential Psychotherapy and Mindfulness Based Psychotherapy. I use these to promote insight, warmth and connection and provide a safe container for healing.

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Elissa Burdick, L.P.C.C

Illumination Counseling
1503 Yarmouth Avenue
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 720-432-0224

I offer mindfulness-based counseling to young adults looking to heal from issues of anxiety, low self-esteem, difficult family relationships, and figuring out one's place in the world. Right now, I am offering reduced rate sessions at $50/hour in celebration of Spring, my favorite season, and a time that is about renewal and growth.

www.IlluminationCounseling.com

 

Adam Burk

People House Affordable Counseling Program - Intern
3035 West 25th Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80211

phone: (720) 526-2840

Life presents challenges to us all. My goal in therapy is to be a collaborative partner in helping individuals, couples, and families to gain a better understanding of their experience and form strategies for connection, growth, self-compassion, and meaning. Influenced by Gestalt, Cognitive-Behavioral, and Emotionally Focused Therapies, I provide a safe, empathetic, and understanding environment in which clients can maximize their potential. I am currently completing my Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy at Regis University.

 

Roderic Burks, MS, MA, PhD(c), M.A., M.S., L.P.C.C

Way to Wellness
1776 S Jackson St #211
Denver, CO 80210

phone: 720-334-1864

MS HSc- Clinical Management and Leadership - George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences MA - Clinical Mental Health Counseling - Adams State University PhD(c)- Matriculating Doctoral Student - Integrative Mental Health - Saybrook Graduate School Masters of Arts Studies Spiritual Psychology Master of Science Studies Integrative Health and Functional Nutrition with an Emphasis in Herbal Therapeutics - Maryland University of Integrative Health Doctoral Studies Clinical Psychology Emphasis in Depth Psychology Registered Psychotherapist - Post Graduate

 

Cindy Busetti, M.A., L.P.C.

475 Palmer Ave., Bennett, CO 80102 - and 9185 E. Kenyon Ave., Ste. 120
Denver, CO 80237

phone: 303 349 7857

Spiritually sensitive and clinically informed therapy for children, adolescents, and families

 

Relational by Design, M.A.

Michael Behmer and Danelle Misch
207 Canyon Blvd. Suite 202
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 502 417-3312

Relational by Design is a practice based on the core principle that people are designed to grow, thrive and heal in relationships and that through our lives we all seek to be seen, heard and valued.

As marriage and family therapists we work with the entire family in mind. My team and I specialize in working with those who are navigating a challenging life event or crisis, recovering from a past incident or having a difficult time transitioning from one stage of life to another.

RBD helps you to redefine and rebuild the relationships that matter most to you. Contact us to arrange for a free consultation, learn about our sliding fee scale and together we can explore how relational therapy can support you and those you love.

 

Janet Bychek, L.C.S.W.

2769 Iris Ave.
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720-771-6401

I have been in practice for over 30 years, specializing in healing chronic trauma, relationship work, addictions, grief and the eldering journey. I have a Mobile Psychotherapy practice that can go to residences and is fully covered by medicare and supplementary insurance.

 

RACHEL CAHN, M.A., L.P.C.

948 North Street
Boulder, Colorado 80304

phone: 303-818-7575

In my private practice, I work with committed couples using PACT to create secure functioning relationships, and with individuals using mindfulness and psychodynamic methods of embodied insight through EMDR and Hakomi.

As a trainer, I teach PACT Level 1 Therapist Training in Boulder. I also facilitate EMDR Trainings and lead EMDR Consultation groups for therapists in Basic Training and seeking EMDRIA Certification.

For more information, please visit my website at www.rachelcahn.com

 

Linda Cain, M.S.

PO Box 660
Boulder, CO 80306

phone: 720 299 8844

IECA Professional Member, IABMCP Clinical Member

 

Claire Callahan, M.A., L.P.C., RPT

Inner Workshop Counseling
6363 W. 120th Ave Suite 200
Broomfield, CO 80020

phone: 3039109401

Inner Workshop Counseling is a caring place that aids children, adolescents and families to learn to express their feelings and develop coping skills in difficult times. We work from a client centered perspective and believe that each person has everything they need within themselves to succeed. From individual counseling to play therapy groups, we help create the foundation for client's of all ages to increase self-esteem, build self awareness and blossom into their fullest selves. Therapist's work with clients and their families collaboratively to identify challenges and embark on a powerful process of transformation.

 

Betty Cannon, Ph.D.

Boulder Psychotherapy Institute
1140 Lehigh St
Boulder, CO 80305

phone: 303 494 0393
website: www.boulderpsych.com

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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.

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Dominie Cappadonna Ph.D, CT, Ph.D.

Radiant Living~Luminous Dying
PO Box 230
Boulder, CO 80306

phone: 303-499-1325
website: www.radiantliving-luminousdying.com

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"The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why." Mark Twain Through your Presence, you give back to Life your best response for the reason you took this birth. It is my privilege to support you as you engage yourself and your world more skillfully. Our work together can help you rediscover your attunement with your True Nature leading to balance, resilience and transformative activity as you master: BEING PRESENT and RESPONSIVE to what Life asks of you GAINING CONFIDENCE in your steadfast knowing; being true in your expression LEADING by heart and RESTING in the wisdom of your intuitive knowing SOURCING your own sustainable lifestyle and aligning yourself in principled work and play BUILDING resilience in being with cyclic setbacks, illness, small and big deaths and more

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Larry Cappel, L.M.F.T.

Larry Cappel, Psychotherapist


phone: 303 523 6123

Are you feeling Stressed? Depressed? Do you feel stuck and can't be who you really are? Drowning in self-defeating patterns? Specializing in life-transition and change, CALL TODAY for your FREE initial in person consultation. Individuals and couples; change frees us to become who we want to be. Discover new ways to deal with self-defeating behavior, career issues, relationship struggles and other life challenges. Specializing in individuals, couples therapy, life-coaching for people from all walks of life. Using the best in psychotherapy combined with somatic, mindfulness and movement therapies, come discover all your life can be!

Specialing in Life-Transition, Revitalization Therapies, Trauma, Grief and Loss, Mood Management, and Life Skills For 18 to 108 year olds!

Since 1999 I have worked as a private practice mental health professio

 

Amy M. Carbone, M.A., L.P.C.

Amy M. Carbone, MA, PhD, LPC
677 Grant Street
Denver, CO 80203

phone: 303-883-9360

I am a licensed Psychotherapist and Certified Financial Recovery Counselor.

I can help you:

• Decrease depression, anxiety, and stress

• Effectively handle financial issues and improve your relationship to money

• Negotiate life and career transitions

• Heal from childhood sexual abuse

• Resolve sexual orientation and gender identity issues

Clients who complete therapy or coaching with me report reduced symptoms of depression and anxiety; an increased ability to cope with life’s stressors; greater financial clarity and freedom; an ability to live more authentically; and an overall feeling of greater peace in their lives.

Research shows that one of the best predictors of success in therapy is the quality of relationship you develop with your therapist. That is why I offer an initial consultation at no charge.

 

Jill Carl, L.C.S.W.

Psychotherapy Private Practice
360 So. Monroe St., Suite 390
Denver, CO 80209

phone: 303-903-5728

In a supportive and comfortable atmosphere, I offer counseling services to individuals, couples and families concerning the following issues:

  • Prenatal and Postpartum Depression and Anxiety (special interest and expertise)
  • Relationship challenges
  • Marital conflict
  • Parenting issues
  • Family issues
  • Behavioral/Emotional concerns about your child
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Transition into Parenthood
  • Work-Life Balance
  • Stress Management
  • Abuse and Trauma
  • Grief and Loss
  • Divorce Recovery

I believe that each person holds within him or her the solutions to life's challenges. I work with each of my clients to discover his or her uniquely individual path toward resolution, relief and, ultimately, wellness and happiness.

*Free initial 30 minute consultation.

 

Louis Carlino, M.A.

Body Psych Yoga
1911 Walnut Street, Ste 202
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-815-0898

I am a Body Oriented Psychotherapist integrating Yoga and Psychotherapy. I offer Individual and Group Therapy. I specialize in treaing anxiety, panic disorders, depression cultivating self-worth, and navigating life's inevitable ups and downs. I have been practicing Yoga for over 25 years, and have been developing the integration of Yoga and Psychotherapy for over 4 years. For more information visit my website at www.BodyPsychYoga.com.

 

Betsy Carr

Aspen Neurofeedback
709 Third Ave.
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: (303) 827-3323

Neurofeedback is ideal for treating people suffering from the wide range of symptoms caused and medical conditions. See if your symptoms are in our database and if Aspen Neurofeedback can support your road to healthier brain function and a healthier life!

 

Danielle P. Carron, SEP, M.A., M.S., L.P.C.

Integrative Psychotherapy and Nutrition Counseling
1735 York St
Denver, CO 80206

phone: (303) 359-9292

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Danielle Carron is a Licensed Professional Counselor who offers a unique combination of Contemplative Psychotherapy, Mindfulness and Awareness, Somatic Experiencing ® / Trauma Resolution, and Holistic Nutrition to help support her client's inherent wisdom to heal.

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Susan Caso, M.A., L.P.C.

4730 Walnut Street, Suite 212
Boulder, Colorado 80301

phone: 303-646-7394

Susan provides counseling for individuals, families and children in a warm, accepting, and non-judgmental environment. Susan completed her Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from CU in Denver. She has worked in a variety of settings including; outpatient, residential, hospital, and Denver Public School system. She is currently being trained by Dr. Bruce Perry. Dr. Perry’s Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics focuses on examination of the long-term effects of trauma in children, adolescents and adults. Dr. Perry’s work has been instrumental in describing how traumatic events in childhood change the biology of the brain and different therapies that can be used in recovery. Susan has also been trained in both Phase I and II of Brainspotting with Dr. David Grand PhD. For more information please view her website at www.susancaso.com

 

Anne Cattarello, M.A.

Gentle Psychotherapy
100 Arapahoe Ave. Ste 3
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720 352 0930

I use a gentle, mindfulness based approach to help people dealing with anxiety, trauma, chronic illness/pain, and/or grief and loss (including the loss of a beloved pet). Talk, body-centered, and EMDR therapies offered.

 

Shauna Cavalli, M.A., L.P.C.C

Front Range Family Therapy shauna@frfamilytherapy.com
500 Coffman Street Suite 114
Longmont, Colorado 80501

phone: 720-557-7720

Therapy isn't about couches and clipboards. It's about moments that matter, that can't be faked; when the relationship between you and your therapist is enough; when you feel safe, listened to and cared for. Those are the moments that make it all worth it.

I help people who feel stuck in their lives move forward into their full potential, using mindfulness principles and therapeutic techniques. I teach you how to reconnect with yourself and others, to be present in life, and be an active participant in your world. I treat issues of eating disorders, depression, anxiety, parenting, and relationships, including children and teens.

I believe life is to be celebrated, and I do what I do because I love to help people find that celebration. I am passionate about connecting with people, offering hope, and making a difference for good.

 

Marcie Chambers, Ph.D.

Rose Transition Home - for Women
Louisville/Superior, CO 80027

phone: 720 352 1623

Private practice and Rose Transition Home - 6 bed therapeutic transitional living for women who have successfully completed a drug/alcohol treatment program.

 

Serenity Chambers, Ph.D.

Boulder, CO

phone: 303-718-9354

My way of working with clients mirrors my way of being in the world. I see the great potential we each hold as human beings and the thirst we have to solve our issues and move forward. I believe that our lives are intricately designed to deliver us just the right challenges we need to take the next step in our development-- and sometimes we need a teacher, a counselor, or guide to help us see this bigger picture, to learn some practical skills for soothing ourselves in tough times, and to invoke our inner strength. I am a licensed counseling psychologist by training, but beyond that, I am a fellow human being on the path, and am enthusiastic about helping others find and connect with their strength, learn to trust themselves, and open to the infinite wisdom that is our true nature. I look forward to working with you!

 

Holly Chandler, M.A., L.P.C.

Holly Chandler, LPC


phone: 303-378-0071
website: hollychandlerlpc.com/

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Providing child and family therapy for issues of abuse, neglect, parenting stress, family stress and family adjustment issues.

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Dana Leigh Charatan, Psy.D.

Dana L. Charatan, PsyD, PC
100 Arapahoe Avenue, Suite 8
Boulder, Colorado 80302

phone: 303-818-6144
website: www.danacharatanpsyd.com

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My passion lies in doing depth psychotherapy, which involves making unconscious processes conscious and facilitating others in developing insight into their emotions and behaviors. I also particularly enjoy working with eating disorders and body image, food related, or compulsive exercise issues. However, I am happy to work with most difficulties people struggle with in their daily lives.

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Jaylynne Chase-Jacobsen, L.C.S.W., M.S.W.

Boulder Psychotherapy Institute
990 Poplar Avenue
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303 444 8969
website: www.boulderrelationshiphealing.com

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Jaylynne Chase-Jacobsen, L.C.S.W., is Senior Teaching Faculty at the Boulder Psychotherapy Institute. She is a certified Gestalt therapist, certified Imago Relationship therapist and a trauma therapist certified in Somatic Experiencing and Brainspotting. She has over 25 years experience. She works with individuals as well as couples on relationship issues.

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Robyn Chauvin, M.A., L.P.C.

1150 Lehigh St.
Boulder, CO 80305

phone: 720 841 1836
website: www.robynchauvin.com

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Robyn Chauvin, LPC, is a member of the teaching faculty at the Boulder Psychotherapy Institute and adjunct faculty in the Graduate School of Psychology at Naropa University. A Licensed Professional Counselor, Robyn has 21 years experience in hospice, inpatient psychiatric work, and private practice psychotherapy working with individuals, couples, and groups. Robyn's approach and methodologies include Applied Existential Psychotherapy (AEP), Gestalt, Psychodrama, and The Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music. Of particular interest is working towards wholeness with persons facing internalized oppression or complicated trauma.

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David Chernikoff, M.Div, L.C.S.W.

Crossroads Gardens Building
1800 30th St. #301
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303 499 7592

Services for individuals, couples, and Group: Psychotherapy; Life & Business Coaching; and Spiritual Direction.

 

Julie Chrzanowski, M.A., L.P.C.

1604 Gaylord Street
Denver, CO 80206

phone: 720-939-8399

While my therapeutic approach is integrative, drawing from multiple theories, the foundation for all of my work is based on systems theory. I believe our past and current relationships influence our behavior and interactions with others. We all play a role in our relationships with partners, family members, friends, coworkers, classmates. Our roles and those of others change over time and often old ways of functioning no longer work in new relationships. I will help you discover more effective ways of interacting with others to get your needs met and feel more supported by the important people in your life. I work with children and families, couples and adults.

 

Paul A Chubbuck, M.S.

Releasing The Past


phone: 970-493-2958

Are you troubled by your past? If a traumatic experience has left you feeling wounded, anxious or depressed, I may be the counselor for you. In my therapy practice in Fort Collins, Colorado, and also by telephone, I've provided counseling to people suffering with the debilitating effects of trauma and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) for over 11 years. Regardless how long you've been suffering, the symptoms of trauma are treatable. Recent advances in the field of psychotherapy can help you resolve even the most severe symptoms so that you can live your life more fully.

Because symptoms of trauma are rooted deeply in your brain and body, my approach helps you to release negative emotions at a physiological level.

Visit my website to find out how we may work together in my counseling office in Fort Collins, or via the telephone.

 

Jeannie Church, L.A.C., S.E.P.

Body Psychotherapy & Coaching
2995 Glenwood Drive
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 310-694-2295

I offer a relational, psychotherapeutic process where you can begin to locate and manage stress symptoms that are blocking the path to healing. Through a creative approach that integrates compassionate, traditional methods with unique somatic and experiential techniques, we can explore and discover your truest Self.

Who may benefit from this work are people experiencing anxiety and stress associated with major life transitions. People passing through times of grief and loss. Also, someone struggling to manage, nurture or deepen everyday relationships.

 

Debi Circle, M.A.

7578 South Jamine Way
Centennial, CO 80112

phone: 3035144732

I have a experience in working with individuals who have experienced trauma in their lives.Trauma is the experience(s) that people have endured that feel horrific, distressful and impacting the victim where they suffer physical or psychological harm.But trauma is more complex than that.It can be from any form of abuse, accidents, childhood divorce, violence in schools, bullying, parents with addictions, relinquishment issues from adoption, illness/surgeries and many more.I also have a passion for working with people who experience Shame; that feeling that you are "Not Enough" ~not good enough, lovable enough, smart enough, worthy enough...You fill in your "not enough" judgment.Shame is a survival technique.I also work with individuals with grief and loss, whether a beloved human or pet relationship. Complimentary initial consultation.

 

Alice Clark, M.A., L.P.C., C.A.C. III

5377 Manhattan Circle, Ste 200
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303 263 7855

Soul-centered Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy for life transitions, inner healing and inward exploration. Specializing in tools that empower adults to resolve addictions, trauma, depression and anxiety.

 

Dixie Clark, MS, DSS, RPT, S.E.P.

www.dixieclark.com
1790 30th St. #302
Boulder, Colorado 80301

phone: 790-306-7792

Along with the formal education of a Masters in counseling and a Doctorate in Spiritual Science, I have over 27 years experience and training in mind/body techniques. I offer a unique blend of Spirituality, psychology and energy healing to help people release emotional blocks, heal past trauma, and change limiting beliefs to open to their soul's expression. My experience includes working with individuals, couples and groups on a variety of issues. I have found that we get out of balance as a result of separating from our Loving and moving into a place of judgment of ourselves or others. My work involves assisting people to open up to their loving nature, to let go of what no longer serves them and to find a sense of meaning and purpose to their lives

 

Christa Clarke, M.A., L.P.C.

CK Counseling, LLC
10365 Severance Drive
Parker, Colorado 80134

phone: 303-669-9698

Child, Adolescent and Adult Counselor. Providing play therapy, sand tray therapy, Reality/Choice Therapy.

 

David Clift, M.A., L.P.C.

Connexus Counseling Center
4155 E. Jewell Ave. Ste. 712
Denver, CO 80222

phone: 303-523-8108

My background includes working with both adults and adolescents who are struggling with recovering from trauma, abuse, and family dysfunction as well as with those who are seeking a guide to assist them through a tough stage. I have specialized training in couples/marriage counseling through my masters degree program, and am currently completing trainings in both Sex Therapy and Addictions counseling. I believe that with the support and guidance of a trusted therapist, we experience the safety needed to move out of our zones of familiarity and allow ourselves to discover and incorporate empowered ways to address long-standing issues in our lives.

 

Nat Coakley, M.A., L.P.C.

Nat Coakley, Psychotherapist
100 Arapahoe Suite 12
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303.818.6426

Taking the next step can be hard. Convincing ourselves not to take the next step can be a little too easy. We often find ourselves caught between the place we are and the place we want to be. And then convince ourselves that we will never get there.

Whether "there" is a better job, relationship, emotional health, being a better parent or free from addiction, it is within reach.

Therapy can help. The pitfalls in life's journey are the raw ingredients for growth and fulfillment. The challenge is getting past the overwhelm to take the next step and start putting the pieces together in a way that makes sense for you.

If you are ready to take that next step in your healing journey, or even just curious what that might entail, contact me for a free introductory session to discuss the work you would like to do.

www.natcoakley.com

 

Ben Cohen, Ph.D.

1634 Walnut Street, Suite 221
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303 717-5651

Helping individuals and couples achieve fulfillment in their lives and relationships. My specialty is Imago Relationship Therapy, and I am a presenter of the "Getting The Love You Want" Couples Workshop, and the "Keeping the Love You Find" Singles Workshop. I also work with individuals on issues such as self-esteem, anxiety and mood concerns, and personal and spiritual growth.

Visit my web-site at: www.boulder-imago.com

 

Jane Glassman Cohen, L.C.S.W.



phone: 3034431027

Individual and couples therapy, specializing in women's issues, trauma work, using EMDR and EFT, and end of life issues. Work with families of elderly and hospice patients of all ages.

 

Ruscha Bellefleur Cohen, M.A.



phone: 646-709-6991

I am experienced working with college students, young adults and adolescents. I am adept at supporting clients as they navigate life transitions, stress, relationship issues, self-esteem and life challenges. I practice a Humanistic approach to psychotherapy. This theoretical orientation adopts a holistic approach to human existence. The aim is to help the client approach a stronger and more healthy sense of self. I believe that the client is the expert in their own life experiences and that the therapist can provide a safe and supportive container for the client to explore and make meaning of their strengths and challenges, identify patterns and create healthy change. I view relationships with others as the center of therapeutic treatment. I believe that the therapeutic relationship is essential to the practice of effective therapy.

 

Sara Cohen, M.A., L.P.C., C.A.C. III

1634 Walnut St #221
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-443-3637

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Hello.I am a licensed, experienced therapist with a calling for my work. My style is warm, direct and practical intermixed with a spiritual focus.I work with a wide range of issues, including anxiety, depression and relationship. I have a special interest in choice, change and transition. Together, we will develop an action plan detailing specific steps to practice and experiment with along the way. We may try Brainspotting, a powerful new tool to resolve stuck issues and traumas. I have many ideas, tips and tools and look forward to hearing from you today.

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Trey Cole, Psy.D.

Quandary Peak Counseling
1777 S. Bellaire St., Ste. 450
Denver, CO 80110

phone: 720-675-7918

Quandary Peak Counseling is a psychology private practice in Denver, Colorado. Working from an existential and humanistic perspective, I specialize in working with individuals who have experienced emotional or physical trauma, are grieving a loss, or have been diagnosed with a personality disorder. Additionally, I offer a grief and loss and anxiety management group. I hold evening and weekend hours.

 

Mary Lynne Coleman, M.A.

Tools 4 Teens Life Coaching
PO Box 270668
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 303-246-6825

I am a Certified Life Coach, working with teenagers and parents of teens. I offer 1:1 coaching, classes, and workshops. I typically work with teens that are feeling overwhelmed or stressed with their schedule, grades, or life in general. I work together with teens to bring their strengths to the surface, develop positive ways of negotiating challenges in their life, and to BE their vision.

I also work with parents of teens to become a coach to their child. They learn coaching skills to enhance the communication and relationship with their teenager.

www.Tools4Teens.com

 

Naropa Community Counseling, L.C.S.W., C.A.C. III

Naropa University
3400 Table Mesa Suite 102
Boulder, CO 80305

phone: 303-546-3589
website: naropa.edu/community-counseling/

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We are a sliding scale mental health clinic staffed by third year Master's students from Naropa's Graduate School of Counseling Psychology. We offer somatic, transpersonal, contemplative and wilderness therapy approaches and interns are closely supervised by an experienced social worker and addiction counselor. We offer support around difficult life transitions, grief and loss,depression, anxiety, trauma and "help for the helpers". Our sliding scale goes down to as little as $30 per session.

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Randy Compton, M.A.

Spacious Awakening
1503 Yarmouth Ave
Boulder, CO 80304

I'm a somatic psychotherapist who focuses on working with people on the spiritual path who are ready to find their way to and through stuck places and buried feelings. I have decades of experience in helping people grow and change. My goal in working with you is to increase your capacity to feel more deeply--the emotions of your heart and the sensations of your body--and face parts of yourself that are scary and difficult to access so that you can live your life with energy, wisdom and love. We all come into this world with some kind of wound that is both our nemesis and our salvation. We face illnesses, inner obstacles, unresolved fears, and deep life challenges that seek to break our sense of control--and ultimately, to break our hearts open. I look forward to hearing from you to see how you might be able to grow and heal.

 

Judith Condon

Journeys to Tantri Bliss
4800 Baseline Rd. # 378
Boulder, Co 80303

phone: 303 817 7555

Journeys to Tantric Bliss is dedicated to educating modern minds on the ancient secrets of Tantra.

Our bodies have a deep wisdom that modern life has become accustomed to ignoring. Tantra uses breath, movement, sound, and communication techniques to help us re-discover the wisdom of the body and uncover deeper and deeper levels of pleasure. Tantra. It is actually a path of meditation…what sets it apart from other ‘paths’ is that it looks to the wisdom of the body and the senses as a means to becoming more present and alive in every aspect of our life. Tantra provides keys to accessing ‘bliss’ or ‘ecstasy’.

Tantra is an integration of all elements of life. It brings the essence of pleasure to all that one does, viewing relationship as a fertile ground for growth, self awareness, and joy.

"I was blessed with deep spiritual experiences as I began exploring sexuality, which has very naturally evolved into Tantra. I am deeply touched being allowed to witness and hold others on this path of daring to live and love."

Judith aka Bliss Author of the forthcoming book: Journeys to Tantric Bliss, Volume I

 

Ashley Connolly, M.A., L.P.C.

Firefly Psychotherapy
736 Kimbark Street
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: 303-746-2925

I am a licensed professional counselor and I offer Individual therapy for adults who are struggling with anxiety, depression, stress management, personal growth and life transitions. Please check out my website for more information: www.fireflypsychotherapy.com

 

Elise Cook, M.A., L.P.C.

Noeticus Counseling Cetner & Training Institue
190 East 9th Avenue, Suite #290
Denver, CO 80203

phone: 303-399-9988

Specializes in couples and family counseling, individuals and groups. Trauma informed counselor who seeks to establish a safe space for processing. Trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Motivational Interviewing.

 

Jennifer M. Cook, M.A.

Strong Alliance Counseling
662 Grant Street
Denver, Colorado 80203

phone: 720-837-2648

M.Div., MA, NCC; Couples, Families, and Individual counseling. Central Denver location in Capital Hill. Specialties include relationship issues, LGBT community, spirituality, religion, grief/loss. Low cost services offered. Contact for more information! Please visit my website at www.strongalliancecounseling.com

 

Donna R. Cooper, M.A., C.A.C. II

5827 S. Orchard Creek Circle
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-527-3999

Self-acceptance and fostering change, the two issues we all face in our effort to lead more fulfilling, happy lives. Donna utilizes her experience as a psychotherapist and certified addictions counselor, blended with her successful business career, to help you facilitate your healing from abusive relationships, addictions, caustic work and your general resistance to what is. She uses an eclectic blend of CBT, Gestalt, and MI to empower you to embrace yourself more fully, and to make the changes to facilitate more happiness in your life.

 

Jasmin Lee Cori, M.S., L.P.C.



phone: 303-938-1178

My specialization is working with adults who experienced childhood abuse & neglect, although I work with other issues as well. Reasonable rates. Author of Healing From Trauma(2008) and The Emotionally Absent Mother (2010), both self-help books.

My work draws from many traditions. These include working with “parts” of self, including inner child parts; somatically oriented trauma therapy; working relationally to help heal attachment wounds; and working with beliefs and life structures when that is relevant. I find that being a consistent, caring presence and having traveled through much of this territory myself in my own healing are central to my work.

 

Lawrence E Cormier, M.D.

3773 E Cherry Creek North Dr
DENVER, CO 80209

I am a Denver-based integrative medicine psychiatrist, caring for older teens, adults and seniors, who collaborates with MHP colleagues along the front range from Castle Rock to Boulder and Longmont. Additionally, I conduct a small, eclectic psychotherapy practice with a focus on IFS (Internal Fm System) and somatic modalities.

 

Linda Gay Cotter, M.A., L.P.C.

Crossroads Garden Building
1800 30th St, Suite 210-J,
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303 818 6483

Professional Specialties: adolescent, family and marital/relationship therapy, depression and other mood disorders, self-esteem issues, parenting skills, ADHD and the recovery from addictive behaviors. 15 years experience with intake, assessment, diagnostic practices and treatment plan designs. Nominated for Colorado Outstanding Counselor, offering a sliding scale fee structure supporting a solution-focused and goal oriented practice.

 

Noeticus Counseling Center

Noeticus Counseling Center and Training Institute
190 East 9th Avenue, Suite #290
Denver, CO 80203-2744

phone: 303-399-9988 x 901
website: www.noeticus.org

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Noeticus Counseling Center and Training Institute was incorporated in 2004 as a community-based, not-for-profit counseling and training center. Our mission is to provide innovative and affordable counseling and psychotherapy services to a variety of individuals, couples, and families within the greater Denver community, as well as basic and advanced training opportunities to mental health professionals both locally and across the country.

With our central location in downtown Denver we are easily accessible from most areas in the local community. Our flexible daytime, evening, and weekend hours also help to make it easy to find a practitioner who is available at a time that is convenient to you.

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Rangeview Counseling Center, M.A., L.P.C., L.C.S.W., C.A.C. I, C.A.C. II, C.A.C. III

1790 30th Street Suite 305
Boulder, Colorado 80301

phone: 303-447-2038

Rangeview Counseling Center is a full service mental health counseling center specializing in substance use disorders. Rangeview offers both court mandated and voluntary counseling as well as evaluations for substance abuse, mental health and anger management. Rangeview offers therapy and education classes for impaired driving offenses, as well as non-driving offenses such as possession (alcohol as well as other drugs) charges. Services are offered to individuals (adolescents and adults), couples and families. Treatment is matched to the needs and goals of each client. Programs and treatment strategies emphasize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and utilize Motivational Interviewing, as well as Body/Mind Integration., We offer a sliding fee scale to those who qualify.

 

Sybil Cummin, M.A., L.P.C.

Arvada Therapy Solutions, LLC
5460 Ward Rd. Suite 110
Arvada, Colorado 80002

phone: 303-519-0620

Arvada Therapy Solutions, LLC provides a strength-based and collaborative approach while working with children(4-11yrs), adolescents, adults, and families. After working in hospital and agency settings, I began my private practice in 2011. I am trained in directive and non-directive play therapy as well as Trauma Focused CBT, CBT, DBT, and ACT. I also provide supervision and internship opportunities for Master's level clinicians and although not required in Colorado, I am working on becoming an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS), which will be completed in 2017. The interns at my office provide counseling on a sliding scale based on income, to prevent finances from being a barrier to receiving care.

I have also just launched my business consulting and business workshops designed to help clinicians start and build a private practice.

 

Krista Curl, M.A.

Interpersonal Healing Clinic
1006 Depot Hill Rd Ste D
Broomfield, CO 80020

phone: 720-588-2097

Krista Curl MA specializes in working with adolescents, women's issues, anxiety and depression, and couples counseling. She works with a variety of ages, particularly adults, adolescents, families and couples using a systems approach as well as cognitive-behavioral and insight-oriented techniques.

 

Kelly R Curnalia, L.C.S.W.

The Child and Family Therapy Center of Denver, LLC
5031 S Ulster St. Suite 240
Denver, CO 80237

phone: 720-442-2720

The Child and Family Therapy Center of Denver specializes in providing therapeutic support for children, adolescents and families in an outpatient setting. The Child and Family Therapy Center of Denver utilizes cognitive-behavioral, structural and strength-based theories for family therapy and adolescent therapy sessions. Individual child therapy sessions utilize expressive therapy techniques including play therapy, sand tray, and traditional psychotherapy techniques. Thanks to our collaboration with therapist Indy, The Child and Family Therapy Center of Denver is also able to offer animal-assisted therapy for any therapy sessions as well. Sliding scale and evening sessions are available.

 

Kendra L Current



phone: 720-275-8074

Career coach focused on helping people move through transition to create a solid, sustainable life through identifying and embodying their greatest gifts. I am a Certified practitioner with 10 years of experience utilizing a synergistic, professional body of work. More information at www.kendracurrent.com

 

Sherry D'Andrea, M.A., L.P.C.

The Soulshine Center of Boulder
4790 Table Mesa dr. Suite 108
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 1(720) 446-9681

I'm Sherry D'Andrea, a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado. I have a Master's degree in Clinical Counseling from the University of Northern Colorado, and a background in play therapy, family therapy, EMDR Therapy, and crisis counseling. Outside of work, I am an avid rock climber and adventure enthusiast. At my practice, I offer both play therapy services for children, and EMDR Therapy services for sports and athletics. Play therapy is a nonthreatening and effective approach in helping kids build skills and confidence while navigating the tough times, all using their natural language of play. For athletes, EMDR Therapy can be a powerful tool in moving past the psychological blockages that get in the way performing at their greatest potential. Feel free to call or email me for more info. I look forward to meeting you!

 

Karina Sarah Dach, M.S., L.P.C.

Anxiety & OCD Counseling Clinic
50 S Steele St #435
Denver, Colorado 80209

phone: 9546688017

I have extensive training in evidenced based treatment such as, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and gradual Exposure with Response Prevention (E/RP) as well as Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). My office is safe and confidential. The feedback I hear from my clients is they feel safe, supported, and empowered to make healthy changes and foster secure attachments. *When clinically beneficial I will bring Shain, my therapeutic dog, to work with me. Lets connect today.

 

Kate Daigle, M.A., L.P.C.

Kate Daigle Counseling
1574 York Street #103
Denver, CO 80206

phone: 720-340-1443

A dedicated and enthusiastic therapist, I have been working with individuals, couples, and families to find the answers and peace they are searching for since 2007. I love working with clients of all backgrounds and populations, and I specialize in eating disorder treatment and am also trained to work with trauma, addiction, relationship and parenting skills, life cycle transitions, and anxiety. I adopt a body-centered approach, using mindfulness and breathing to promote healing and well-being as well as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. I'm passionate about highlighting strengths of my clients and empowering them to discover solutions. I hold the highest hope for each client and support them in a nonjudgmental and empathic way so they can achieve their goals.

Please visit my website at www.katedaiglecounseling.com for more info.

 

Nina Alenko Danhorn NCC, M.S.

Laska Counseling
3035 West 25th Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80211

phone: 720 924 1595

As an existential counselor, I encourage self-awareness through self-expression while embracing human potential, and remaining realistic through the recognition of human limitation. I believe in giving attention to the entire framework of the client’s life, in the context of exploring meaning and value while promoting growth and desire to live authentically and in accordance with one’s own ideals, priorities and values. It is my understanding that disturbance is an inevitable experience for virtually everyone; the question is not so much how to avoid it as it is how to face it with openness and a willingness to engage with life rather than a tendency to retreat, withdraw or refrain from responsibility.

In my practice I work with the clients of all ages, genders, ethnical and sexual orientation. I speak English and Russian fluently. As a counselor, I specialize in life transitions, foster care/adoption support, infertility, grief and loss, depression, personal growth, and self- esteem. While guided by an existential approach, I utilize creative therapies through SoulCollage(R) expressive arts, play and bibliotherapy. I would love to hear from you and find out how I can help. My website: laskacounseling.weebly.com My email: laskacounseling@gmail.com

 

Abby Daniel, M.A., L.M.F.T.

Healing At The Core Ltd.
662 Grant Street
Denver, CO 80203

phone: 720-234-9558

I am a psychotherapist and hypnotherapist. During my 20 years in practice, I have worked with people with a huge range of problems. For the last few years, my practice has focused predominately on the issues of weight, compulsive overeating, binge eating disorder, obesity and bariatric surgery.

I work with adults and teenagers. Some of the other areas in which I specialize are: · Trauma including physical and sexual abuse · Anorexia and Bulimia · Cross Cultural Counseling · HIV and AIDS · Living with Illness and Disability · Death and Dying · GLBTQ Issues · Addiction (12 step friendly)

For more about me and my practice go to www.HealingAtTheCore.com

 

Carol Daniel-Winget, M.A., L.P.C.C

DeepWell, llc


phone: 720-245-0144

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Welcome. My name is Carol Daniel-Winget, and I am the founder of DeepWell llc, which was created to assist people individually and in groups to find support and solutions to life's vexing challenges, and to gain greater personal awareness, healing, growth, and spiritual meaning. My work with clients is enhanced by six decades of rich, varied, and at times profound life experience, some of which is directly related to issues that bring people to counseling. I have gleaned a lot of empathy, insight, and happiness along the way. Please look at my profile to see if you and I would be a good fit to work together.

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Donna Roe Daniell, L.C.S.W.

Balance Your Life Coaching & Psychotherapy
5412 Idylwild Trail
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303 682-5220
website: www.findbalanceinyourlife.com

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SPECIALTIES & OFFERINGS: Family Therapy and Parent Coaching--- Personal Balance Coaching and Coaching Groups for Women--- Mindfulness-based (IFS)Psychotherapy--- Mindfulness Training/Ongoing Practice Groups--- Check out my website www.donnaroedaniell.com for calendar and more information.

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Ruth Darling-Goldberg, M.A., L.P.C.

Ruth Darling-Goldberg,M.A., LPC
10 Inverness Drive East Suite 225
Englewood, CO 80112

phone: 303-324-4291

Licensed Professional Counselor with 20+ years experience including community mental health, corrections and private practice. Approved Consultant in EMDR, Certified EMDR Therapist. Specializing in trauma, EMDR, family systems,adults, adolescents, families and couples. Offering EMDR consultation to all levels of EMDR therapists.

 

Robert David, M.A.



phone: 720-334-7795

I am currently a registered psychotherapist, as well as a PhD candidate at Sofia University where I have completed all of my predoctoral clinical training. During this time I have also kept up with my own inner work, which contributes to a sense of confidence as a psychotherapist and presence in psychotherapy.

The areas that hold the most passion for me include working with the unconscious and paradigm development in the context of human relationships, psycho-education, and self-actualization. My approach to therapy then is integrative, drawing from diverse psychologies to work with individuals, couples, and families in response to their real needs.

 

Kitty Davidson, M.A.

Mindful Summits Counseling Services LLC
8745 W. 14th Ave, Suite 120
Lakewood, CO 80215

phone: 303-416-0096

My therapy focus is creative and person centered. I use EMDR, art and the outdoors to break down walls and build esteem. My client base is teens, young adults, and adults. Some issues and concerns I have covered are: LGBT issues, independent living skills, depression, anxiety, conduct disorders, family, and abuse.

It is my hope that I am able to empower individuals with the tools needed to have their definition of success come true.

www.mindfulsummitscounseling.com

 

Jaime Rafael Davila, M.A.

Peaceful Way Counseling
627 Kimbark St.
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: 720-340-2799

“I believe in helping people rediscover their life’s passion by teaching them to use compassion, forgiveness, love and humor with themselves and their loved ones.” www.peacefulwaycounseling.com

 

Ashley Davis, M.A., L.P.C.

1800 30th Street, Suite 207
Boulder, Colorado 80301

phone: 303-919-4149

Ashley Davis is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado and has a private practice in Boulder working with adolescents, adults and families. She is a Certified Gestalt Psychotherapist and is trained in EMDR and trauma resolution. She specializes in working with adolescents and individuals with depression, anxiety, previous and current sexual abuse and trauma, major life transitions, spirituality and individuals that desire to cultivate more self-awareness. Ashley also has extensive training and experience doing spiritual counseling with clients.

For more information please visit her website.

www.ashleysybildavis.com

 

Ashley Davis, M.A., L.P.C.

Boulder Integrative Therapies
777 29th Street, Suite 401
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303-919-4149
website: www.boulderintegrativetherapies.com

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Ashley Davis is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado and has a private practice in Boulder working with adolescents, adults and families. She is a Certified Gestalt Psychotherapist and is trained in EMDR and trauma resolution with over 15 years of experience in the field. She specializes in working with adolescents and individuals with depression, anxiety, previous and current sexual abuse and trauma, major life transitions, spirituality and individuals that desire to cultivate more self-awareness. Ashley also has extensive training and experience doing spiritual counseling with clients.

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Kendra Davis, L.C.S.W.

3190 S. Wadsworth Ave. #370
Lakewood, CO 80227

phone: 303-717-7094

20 years of experience providing individual, group, and relationship therapy for adults and adolescents. Specializing in: Mood disorders (depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder) Addictions Trauma recovery / sexual abuse recovery for both males and females Spirituality and spiritual counseling involving transpersonal issues

 

Rebekah Davis, M.A.



I come from a contemplative background, offering a compassionate, loving approach to work alongside people who are moving through difficult transitions in life, and needing support and or tools.

 

Kelley M Day, M.A.

Be • Here • Now Counseling LLC
1800 30th St, Ste 207
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-810-4299

I really enjoy working with women and men, ages 14 and older, who find themselves stuck, lost, or just out of place to help them connect with their inner knowing and "ride the wave" of the unknown as something new in their life unfolds. There are a lot of reasons for having these feelings, and my passion is to walk the path with someone who needs the support and challenge to live in a new way, to become more fully who they are.

I invite you to a 1/2 hour initial consultation to discuss your needs and how we might work together to see if we might be a good fit. Check out my website at www.beherenowcounseling.com.

 

Karen DeClerk, M.A., L.P.C.

3393 Iris Ave, Suite 208
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303.449.4751

Karen DeClerk, MA, is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Herbalist, who weaves together Jungian and Transpersonal Psychology, Internal Family Systems (IFS), and a hearty sprinkling of the Wise Woman Herbal Tradition to support her clients in coming to know, honor and nourish all parts of themselves. Karen specializes in working with women’s issues & transitions, members of the adoption triad (adoptees, adoptive parents and birth parents), issues surrounding HIV, loss & grief, and those seeking soul nourishment and growth. She has a Master of Arts in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from Naropa University, a Master of Business Administration from Arkansas State University, and Certificates in Herbalism from the Rocky Mountain Center for Botanical Studies and the Western Herbal Tradition.

 

Michelle DeCola, M.S., L.P.C.

Life Counseling, Inc.
1314 Main St.
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 303 903-4135

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I have over 20 years of experience helping my clients gain insight into themselves and strengthen their personal growth. Everyone has the potential to live full lives and havemeaningful relationshipships. I love supporting my clients in understanding how they can effectively manage their thoughts and feelings in positive ways which empower them to trust and accept themselves. I use an interactive approach which includes mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy, and psychodynamic aspects which help clients understand the "whys" behind their feelings and behaviors. My specializations include depression issues (including post-partum depression) anxiety and panic disorders, and relationship issues. I've had extensive training in couples therapy and am an a Certified Group Psychotherapist. I have offices in Louisville and in Denver.

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David Delaney, M.A., L.P.C.

David Delaney: NeurOPTIMAL™ Neurofeedback Representative


phone: 303-449-2004
website: www.david-delaney.com

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After 33 years as working as a therapist, I am working exclusively now as an Official representative for Zengar Institute of Canada who offer NeurOPTIMAL™ Neurofeedback brain training. This neurofeedback approach has moved the field of neurofeedback to the next paradigm called non-linear, dynamical approach.

I now educate therapist and coaches about the incredible benefits of showing the brain what it just did in a comprehensive and non-invasive way. Instead of diagnosing, and then pushing and pulling the brain with various protocols (the current approach), we merely provide the brain with comprehensive information about 'what it just did' and the brain renormalizes itself because that is its inherent design; neuroplasticity. Since the CNS (Central Nervous System) is an energy conserving system, our adaptation instinct as it were.

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Jennifer Delaney, M.A., L.P.C.C, N.C.C.



phone: 7204805145
website: www.jenniferdelaney.com

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Counseling is a mentorship - the practitioner unlocks the innate wisdom of the client and helps a client to find the tools that work for their unique issues. A body-centered psychotherapist with offices in Boulder and Denver, Jen Delaney is an international speaker certified in Brainspotting. She works with adults and teens experiencing grief & loss and anxiety related to complex PTSD. She can help people to navigate almost any difficult transition or loss. A deep appreciation for people's capacity to triumph called Jen to this profession. She believes that we are all natural healers, graced with innate "knowing" to transcend obstacles.

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Chtistine DeMarco, A.T.R., M.A., L.P.C.

Boulder Art Therapy Collective
1400 Lee HIlld Drive #7
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 720-938-0916

My goal as a therapist is guiding others to wellness, using their unique creative expression as a means to resiliency and envisioning your best self. I have been in the service of others since 1990 as case manager, clinician, supervisor, program manager and teacher. Through the Boulder Art Therapy Collective I offer Art Therapy, other traditional therapies, and Reiki through individual, family or group therapy. I use a variety of training and skills including Art Therapy, EMDR, Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Sand tray and other models. I also offer professional supervision and trainings. Areas of specialization are trauma, grief and loss, adoption, children/teens, families, parenting/co-parenting, and gender identity.

 

Suzanne DeMontigny, M.A., L.P.C.

Integrative Trauma Recovery
3050 Broadway Suite 300 Boulder, CO 80304
750 E 9th Ave Suite 201, Denver, CO 80302

phone: 303-219-0996

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in private practice with 16 years of experience specializing in Complex-PTSD (developmental), Attachment, Dissociative and Mood disorders.

My professional mission has been to help traumatized adults heal and recover from adverse childhood experiences. I consider my clients my most gifted teachers who share their inner world and the aftereffects of their traumatic biography. I'm dedicated to helping them heal, restore and rebuild their lives.

My background includes both formal psychotherapeutic training, body psychotherapy training and specialized trauma-focused training, along with in-depth study of Eastern mindfulness (meditation, breathwork and yoga).

I work with adult ​individuals, couples, and women's support groups.

For more information about my work: http://www.suzannedemontigny.net

 

C. Bert Dempsey JD

The Collaborative Law & Mediation Center of Boulder
3775 Iris Avenue, Suite 5
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-554-1415
website: www.BertDempseyLaw.com

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www.BertDempseyLaw.com

Bert Dempsey, J. D. is available to members of this site as a resource on all issues relating to divorce in Colorado, including interpretations of state statutes and case law, required court procedures including mediation. Please call or write with your questions.

Bert Dempsey, J.D. is an attorney who provides mediation, Collaborative law services as well as traditional legal representation for people transitioning out of their marriages or who need assistance with post divorce issues.

Bert has over twenty years experience as a divorce lawyer. As a mediator he offers services for divorcing couples as well as those who are living together with difficulty for any number of reasons and has negotiated ‘Agreements for Living Together’ with spouse’s/significant other’s.

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Erica DeNorscia, M.A.

Studio E: Counseling & Creative Play
4593 North Broadway, Suite B203
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303-507-0795

At Studio E, my comfortable "sanctuary" which is a combination art and counseling studio, I offer individual and group counseling for adults, expressive arts therapy, and customized expressive arts experiences for small groups.

For 10 years, in agency settings and private practice, I have been assisting adults and children in healing emotional pain, resolving recurring problems, releasing self-limiting patterns, and accessing their strengths and creativity.

I am passionate about supporting people in their personal healing and in being their most genuine, healthy, empowered and creative selves.

For more information about my counseling services, credentials and expressive arts therapy, please visit my website: www.studioEtherapy.com

I offer affordable sliding-scale rates for 60 or 90 minute sessions. Please call for a free consultation

 

Brenda DiClemente

People House Affordable Counseling Program - Intern
3035 West 25th Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80211

phone: (720) 443-1565

Your relationship with yourself is essential to building healthy relationships with others. Brenda is highly intuitive and dedicated to assisting others in their exploration of inner awareness in order to bring forth deep change and transcend unhealthy patterns. Brenda's specialty areas of focus are depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, loss and conflict resolution. In addition, Brenda is a certified trainer in change management, leadership development and career coaching. Brenda is currently completing her Masters in Counseling at Regis University. She combines a Depth psychology foundation with Cognitive, Gestalt and Solution Focused techniques. It is Brenda's privilege to be a guide with fellow travelers.

 

Jennifer Diebel, M.A., L.P.C.

Jennifer Diebel, PC
5370 Manhattan Circle, Suite 203
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303-931-4284
website: www.jenniferdiebel.com

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Compassionate psychotherapy for individuals and couples. - Deep respect for your circumstances and goals - Committed to finding a counseling strategy that works for you - 11 years of experience with people ranging from incarcerated offenders to Ivy League graduates - Trustworthy, responsive, and un-shockable

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Robin Dilley, Ph.D.

Dr. Robin B. Dilley, PhD
16845N. 29th Ave
Phoenix, Arizona 85053

phone: 602-564-1919

Dr. Robin B. Dilley is an Arizona licensed psychologist in private practice. She received her doctoral degree from Union Institute in 1992 and has been practicing as a clinician in the field of psychotherapy since 1978. She has studied extensively the literature on Shame and believes that often it is the "trance of shame" that keeps the client powerless to make his/her life different.

Dr. Dilley uses an eclectic approach to psychotherapy. She believes that each session and each client have unique differences, and that the key to psychotherapy success is in the psychotherapy relationship. If the therapist can establish a trusting relationship with the client and then be intuitive enough to use all of her professional resources, then the client is enabled to achieve the personal growth he/she came in to find.

 

Teri Dillion, M.A.

Waking Heart Therapy


phone: 503-505-0929

Teri Dillion, MA, CADC-I offers psychotherapy, coaching, and counseling services for adolescents and adults experiencing life transitions and addiction recovery. Teri helps her clients find greater clarity, self-awareness, understanding and ease with difficult life issues. She uses the Hakomi Method of Experiential Psychotherapy, and the practices of Motivational Interviewing in her work with clients. Teri offers her skills at listening, supporting, and guiding clients at uncovering their own inherent wholeness.

 

Carolyn Dimson, Ph.D.

Carolyn Dimson, Ph.D., LLC


phone: 303 818-9247

Licensed Professional Counselor in the Boulder area providing psychotherapy and assessment for children, adolescents, and adults. Contact me at (303) 818-9247 or c.dimson@live.com to discuss your needs.

 

Deniz Dinler, B.A.

The Wild Within
3405 Penrose Place
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 347.891.4184
website: www.denizdinler.com

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As a nature-based coach, Deniz facilitates the re-connection of humanity with the Natural World, so we can recognize our souls' longings and true purpose. Deniz is a certified Brennan Healing Science Practitioner and a health coach. Her focus is working with people who are looking to bring more awareness and connectivity into their lives. Her goal is to help her clients rediscover themselves, their connection with Nature, and to find new ways of relating to their bodies and the Natural World. We do this so we can come more alive and feel into how we can best be of service in this life time.

Ongoing training: Apprentice Training Program with the Hero's Journey Foundation. Fourth year of Psycho Energetics Training.

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Trisha Dittrick, L.P.C.

3865 Coverleaf Drive
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303.638.0358

I work in a grounded, authentic and heart-filled capacity that addresses your mind, body and spirit. Acting from the present moment, I encourage you to experience yourself deeply so you can move beyond habitual patterns that trap and often prevent you from feeling alive and connected. The opportunity to participate in your life in a way that works for you is right here, right now.

 

Cynthia L Divino, Ph.D.

Cynthia L. Divino, Ph.D.
1244 Pine Street
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-440-8810

Psychotherapy with Adults, Adolescents, and Children. Psychodiagnostic and Psychoeducational Assessment

 

Cynthia Divino, Ph.D.

Divino Counseling Associates
1455 Yarmouth Avenue
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303-440-8810

I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist who has been in practice for over 30 years. I see children, adolescents, adults, and families. I specialize in helping people with trauma and attachment issues. I use EMDR, Attachment informed Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Play Therapy as the major modalities of treatment. I strongly believe that everyone has the capacity to make extensive changes to improve the quality of their lives and have seen people make amazing transformations with the help of psychotherapy.

 

Amy Christine Dixon, L.C.S.W., C.A.C. II

INTEGRITY
945 North Street
Boulder, CO 80000

phone: 30-3-901-1979
 

Ana Maria do Valle, M.A.

Private practice
75 Manhattan Dr Suite 3
Boulder, CO 80501

phone: (303) 618 5328

Occupational Therapist specializing in Sensory Processing and Somatic Experiencing as it relates to self regulation and trauma recovery. I work with infants, children and adults. I work with individuals who are experiencing late effects of trauma in conditions diagnosed as chronic pain, fatigue, irritable bowel syndrome, RSD, etc. I work with trauma resultant from cultural fragmentation. I provide consultation and workshops for professionals, addictions facilities, schools and other organizations specializing in treating difficulties of autonomic dysregulation. I am fluent in English, Portuguese and Spanish.

 

Janis Dochterman, M.A., L.P.C.C

Creative Conscious Connections LLC


phone: (720) 884-6673

It is with great joy that I announce my private psychotherapy practice: Creative Conscious Connections. I am now accepting referrals for individual and family therapy in Boulder. Please share my website: www.creative-conscious-connections.com

 

Diane Doe, CGT

Boulder Psychotherapy Institute
Boulder, CO


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Diane Doe, Boulder Psychotherapy Institute Teaching Staff Member, is a therapist involved in helping people change. She calls her model Diligent Self Care. Her work helps clients become more emotionally present to self and others and to engage in freer, more creative living.

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Elmar E. Dornberger, M.A., L.P.C.

Hemisphere Consulting LLC
4890 Qualla Drive
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303 8185969

My philosphy is that everything is connected, the past, present and future. Our current family acts in accordance to continuing patterns of our family of origin and their ancestors. When working with clients I look for healthy and dysfunctional patterns. We trace the origin of these patterns as far back as needed to disentangle from the dysfunctional once, so we can live healthy and productive lives.

Everything we have ever experienced is stored three dimensionally in our memory and can be recalled. This is important because we use this internal map to trace the steps back into the past to understand the origin of our difficulties. Life loves understanding and order and in return both of these characteristics create peace of mind.

Mutual arising believes that with every issue we encounter, the solution is already present as well.

 

Ryan A. Douglas, M.A.

Integrative Health Network
3066 15th Street
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303 818-0965

To heal, grow and become more intimate with all that you are is to begin on a path that is both awakening and transforming. I use an intuitive and integrative mix of the transpersonal and contemplative, somatic and evidence-based, humanistic and Gestalt. This approach to health and healing is emotionally literate, spiritually attuned, and psychologically grounded. You can expect to gain strength, experience relief from emotional pain, feel much more self-accepting, responsible, conscious, purposeful and assertive. A healthy, confident, relaxed, and peaceful life may be just around the corner. All issues are welcome. Work is done with individuals, couples and/or families.

 

Polly Douglass, M.A., L.P.C.

PSD Counseling, LLC


phone: 720-316-7616

Polly S. Douglass is a Licensed Professional Counselor, her practice is influenced by a psychodynamic approach, with an emphasis on development, attachment and neurobiology. Polly is trained in Synergetic Play Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and EMDR. Polly approaches each therapeutic relationship with an attitude of openness, collaboration, and mutual respect

 

Ilene arc Doyle

Apple
Noong street 18
london, nonn 11019

phone: 8506151418

Just for fun

 

Karin Anna Dremel

3150 Jefferson Street
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 3038086280

A Relational Therapist at heart, my work with clients, individuals and groups - who’s background is often one of abandonment and neglect, aims for the experience of earned secure attachment as template for new neural growth allowing for a shift in relational style with self, others and the world at large. I pursued a wide array of studies with many gifted teachers exploring and accumulating knowledge of healing trauma and it’s impact on individuals, their family and their community. I also bring to our work together understanding of and extensive work with my own trauma history. My quest through the last twenty years results in an eclectic collection of skills and “tools” my work grounds in. I work in private practice in Boulder as unlicensed psychotherapist. A native of Germany I work in English and German with equal comfort.

 

Bob Dressler

844 Main Street Suite 203
Louisville, Colorado 80027

phone: 303-549-5483

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My wife of 32 years and I work with individuals and couples to address relationship issues and concerns. Whatever your unique situation, we can work together toward more successful intimate relationship.

If you decide to work with us, we'll address the issues that are important to you, whatever they may be. If you're in a relationship, we may work with you individually or with you and your partner together. If you are not in a relationship, we'll work with you individually to address personal relationship issues.

In our work together, we may focus on:

  • exploring and communicating what you expect and want from the relationship,
  • improving your ability to respond to requests from your partner in a supportive way,
  • the possibility of being yourself with your partner, while allowing them the same freedom.
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Karen Drucker, Psy.D.

The Tree House
737 29th St. Ste 200B
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303 442 2561

I enjoy working with adults, couples, and families to help create the changes you desire in your life. Research shows that non-verbal, emotional centers of the brain cannot be accessed by talk therapy alone. My work includes action methods such as movement, role play and body awareness.

 

Kimberly Dukat, M.A., L.P.C., C.A.C. II



phone: 303 641 4363

I believe that change requires awareness, support, knowledge and commitment. Working as a team, we can learn how to remove obstacles in your path and find new ways of growing and living.

I am especially skilled at working with clients suffering from PTSD, addiction, depression, and anxiety.

 

Suzanne DuMond, L.C.S.W.

Wellsprings of Healing, L.L.C
400 E. Simpson St. Suite 105
Lafayette, CO 80026

phone: 303-669-2982

If you are looking for greater levels of healing, well-being, growth and passion in your life, therapy can be a great way to guide, motivate and empower your journey. By practicing new ways of relating to our experiences, emotions and thoughts we can prevent ourselves from getting stuck in self-defeating patterns that cause us to suffer. Whether you are having difficulty related to life transitions, excessive worry or anxiety, frequent feelings of sadness or anger or relationship difficulties, seeking help is such a powerful thing to do for yourself. I specialize in the use of Brainspotting, a healing modality that uses mindfulness and works on a deeper level than talking alone. It facilitates the release of strong emotions associated with trauma, anxiety, despair and life experiences and transitions, empowering and freeing you to live the fulfilled and joyful life you want for yourself. I offer out of the box therapeutic programs that help you cultivate awareness, reconnect to your true self and experience more clarity and freedom. I am happy to discuss options with you in person during a complimentary session during which we will talk about your goals and see if we may be a good fit

 

Sara Jane Duniven



phone: 303 440 0940

I am a Certified Hypnotherapist who also practices shamanic healing and soul journeying. Nurturing yet direct, I "see" beyond the material plane to uncover blockages and wounds so healing can occur quickly and naturally. I strengthen your connection to your personal sense of higher power for courage and guidance. I engage your own healing power to change unwanted behaviors, "positivize" thinking patterns, and reveal specific remedies for healing and moving forward. I have been a student of Tibetan Buddhism for 25 years and Native American shamanism for 15 years. I warmly invite you to begin the healing journey with my guidance. Hypnosis works directly with the subconscious mind, resulting in rapid change! I see clients in my home or travel to yours!

 

Pattie Dunlap, M.A., L.P.C.

Plain Talk Therapy LLC
421 Twenty First Ave suite 210
Longmont, CO 80501

My specialty is to work with persons who are dealing with a cancer diagnosis, either themselves or someone they care about. I am a survivor. I also work with adolescents, individuals, and couples. I use elements of Gestalt, person-centered therapy,art therapy, anger management and grief therapy. Therapy is paced as the client's needs are addressed.

 

Lena Dvoskina, M.A., L.P.C.

www.DenverPsychotherapy4u.com
4450 Lexi Circle
Broomfield, CO 80023

phone: 720-381-7491
website: www.DenverPsychotherapy4u.com

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Are you afraid of being abandoned? Do you try to avoid being alone? Do you have unstable and intense relationships? Are you often confused about who you are as a person? Do you often feel bored, empty, or in deep emotional pain? Do your emotions and moods change frequently? Don’t hesitate to call for help. I have over 20 years of experience as a psychotherapist and specialize in personality issues. I will work with you to tailor a therapy style that is comprehensive and sensitive to your needs. Throughout my professional practice I have worked successfully with people who have experienced problems such as depression, anxiety, fears, emotional pain, posttraumatic and personality disorders, relationships difficulties and low self-esteem. I will help you gain self-confidence, become more successful in your life, and experience more satisfying relationships. I work with individuals of all ages, race, gender, ethnicity, and sexual orientation.

I will work with you to understand the meanings and motives of your behavior, and to strengthen your capacity to endure frustration, anger and loneliness without acting impulsively upon those feelings.

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Tara Eastcott, Psy.D., L.P.C.

Tara Eastcott, Psy.D.
2121 30th Street, Suite 108
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 720-236-2821

Specializing in evidence based treatment of anxiety disorders (OCD, PTSD, phobias, panic, etc.); eating disorders; and clinical consultation on behavioral therapies, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), learning theory and case conceptualization. www.tarapsyd.com drt@tarapsyd.com

BENT: psychological services for gender & sexual minorities Psychotherapy for members of the GLBTIQQA, poly, and kinky communities. Specializing in assessments of readiness for hormone therapy or SRS, and/or ongoing psychotherapy for transgender/transsexual individuals. www.bentboulder.com

 

Carolyn Bucey Eberle, M.A., L.P.C.

Mind Energy Body School of Transformation
6366 Fairways Drive
Niwot, CO 80503

phone: 720 530 7621
website: www.MEBschooloftransformation.com

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You connect to whatever is not working in your life that creates a block and transform that pain back to power so you can create your best career, relationship and life. You work all three, mind, energy and body systems as one integrative empowered change modality.

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Emily Eby, M.A., L.P.C.

950 S Cherry St, Ste 410
Denver, CO 80246

phone: 720/282-9648

My specialized training is in PTSD/trauma, addiction, and codependency. I have completed 3 of the 5 modules in the process of becoming a Certified Trauma Therapist (CTT). I believe we need to have an experience in therapy; one that, sometimes literally, moves us. An experience that gets us out of our heads and back into our bodies. Trauma lies in the body and through experiential techniques we can access old wounds and patterns and work to understand, heal and change these. My goal with a client is for us to go on a journey together and have an experience. One that helps to bring about the change you are seeking. Experiential therapy is about utilizing mind, body, and spirit. The intention is to engage all three and unlock, not only trauma, but spontaneity and joy. Allowing for us to once again have access to our array of emotions and learn to moderate them appropriately.

 

Harriet Edelstein, L.C.S.W.

5412 Idylwild trail
Boulder, Colorado 80301

phone: 303-579-8454

I am a licensed clinical social worker with over 30 years of experience working with children and families.I use play and art therapy,behavior management tools cognitive behavioral strategies and parent education to help children and families. i also work with seniors and accept Medicare I accept several insurance plans as well. Please see my website: www.harrietedelstein.com

 

Ashley Eder, M.A.

2885 East Aurora Avenue, Suite 8
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 720-771-8221

I am a therapist with a private practice conveniently located near Hwy 36 and the University of Colorado. There is plenty of free parking. I offer a student discount for full-time adult students. Please visit my website at sites.google.com/site/ashleyeder for more information.

In addition to other areas, I have extensive experience and interest in: *Relationship Issues (an individual's patterns as well as couple and family dynamics) *Mood (including depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorders) *Trauma (both developmental traumas and also major events) *Food and Body Concerns (including eating disorders) *Life Transitions (such as leaving home for college, getting married or divorced, parenting, and other significant life changes) *Personal Growth (becoming more aware of, able to grow into, and free to express your true self)

 

Debora Joy Elliott, L.P.C.

Interactive Brain Analysis
4885 Riverbend Rd, Suite D
Boulder, Co 80301

phone: 303 447-8443

Debora Joy Elliott, LPC, BCIA-C Is the founder of Interactive Brain Analysis in Boulder, Colorado. She is a licensed professional counselor who specializes in QEEG brain mapping, neurofeedback, biofeedback and psychotherapeutic applications. Debora provides clinical services, consultations, supervision, research, professional training and public speaking through Interactive Brain Analysis. She holds the following certifications: · Biofeedback Certification- Biofeedback Certification Institute of America, 1995 · EEG biofeedback Certification- Biofeedback certification Institute of America, 1996 · Certified Neurofeedback Specialist- neurofeedback and biofeedback Certification board, 1997 · Certified Peak Performance Specialist- Neurotherapy Certification Board, 1995 · Gestalt Certification- Naropa University, 1994

Call for a free ½ hour session

 

Amber Raye Ellis, M.A., L.A.C.

Amber's Thread Counseling
5738 Olde Wadsworth Blvd, Suite T5
Arvada, Colorado 80002

phone: 720-220-5250

You are the hero of your own story. I provide a guide in therapy as you explore your inner thought, beliefs, emotions and varying motivations to change. Together through practice, we help you build the skills you need to overcome your struggles. When you return from your journey, I help you make meaning out of your suffering and maintain the hard fought changes that you have won. I am a counselor with over 17 years of experience and use a combination of Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Jungian/Depth Psychology Principles. I can help you to increase your motivation, build skills for a healthier lifestyle and find meaning to overcome your addictive attachments through individual personalized sessions. Visit my website at amberpsyche.com to learn more.

 

Eve Ellis, M.A.

Nature of Therapy


phone: 303-775-1540

I offer therapeutic services for both groups and individuals. I believe in the innate health of human nature and strive to accentuate that health through Equine Therapy, Play Therapy and Wilderness Therapy. I specialize in working with children and have successfully worked with issues of adoption, anger management, attachment, grief, physical and sexual abuse, PTSD and trauma. Please reference my website at www.natureoftherapy.com, for more information regarding me and my services.

 

Julie Emmerman, Psy.D.

Athletes Consultation & Psychotherapy
1634 Walnut St. Ste 221, Boulder CO

phone: 80302

720 839 7350

 

Dan Entmacher M.A., LPCc

Dan Entmacher Psychotherapy
1503 Spruce St # 6
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: (720) 441-2998

Whatever challenges you may be facing, whether they be anxiety, depression, grief and loss, relationship difficulties, chronic pain/illness, addiction, or trauma, please know that psychotherapy can help, and it doesn't have to take a long time to begin experiencing relief. Within the first few sessions you may begin to experience a tangible shift from pain, confusion, or anxiety toward a sense of peace, calm, and clarity.

As a psychotherapist I bring a grounded sense of the interplay of body, mind, and spirit as well as a strong commitment to continue my own personal growth so that I can bring as much presence, acceptance, and kindness as possible to each session.

Finding the right therapist for you is also very important. This is why I offer a risk free initial consult. Please see DanEntmacherPsychotherapy.com for more information

 

Jenny Epstein Kessem, M.A., L.P.C.

1910 7th Street
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: (303) 847-5356

I am a licensed somatic psychotherapist and dance/movement therapist, specializing in trauma, attachment and eating issues. My group, How We Eat, is for people who would like to speak truth about their eating, and to contemplatively approach the process of change with support. I have an office in downtown Boulder.

 

Barry Erdman, L.C.S.W., M.S.W.

Barry Erdman & Associates, Inc.
3450 Penrose Place Suite 210
Boulder, CO 80301-1810

phone: 303 444-1404

Barry Erdman, LCSW, DCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker, providing caring out-patient mental health assessment and treatment for adults, couples and families in Boulder CO since 1979. Conventional and alternative approaches for marital and relationship counseling, intimacy, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, bi-polar, grief, loss, stress, addiction, abuse, career/life transition and more. BLTQ friendly.

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Other interests: Clinical supervisor, existentialism, transpersonal, clinical hypnosis, organization & community leadership, health & nutrition, food politics, eastern religion & mindfulness meditation, parenting, jazz drumming, alternative states of consciousness, and explorations of technology, science, neurology and the mind.

 

Beth A. Erlander, M.A., L.P.C.

Yes Tree Counseling, LLC
190 East 9th Ave. Suite 470
Denver, CO 80203

phone: 720-470-3513

Beth provides art therapy and experiential play therapy to children and adolescents and adults. She also provides short term, strengths based, and body-centered talk therapy for individuals and couples. She accepts some insurance and is also bilingual in Spanish. She has offices in Denver and Boulder.

 

Marc C Esenwein, L.C.S.W.

519 W. Spruce Way
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 303-665-1196

It is important to develop both a trusting and a comfortable relationship between you and your therapist as this is the essential predictor for success in the therapeutic process. I have practiced individual and family therapy for over seventeen years, giving me the chance to see how motivation and behavior changes can help alleviate stressful issues and problems. Family therapy can be very helpful with children and teens' risk factors through a strength-based relational model and with proven complimentary behavior change interventions. If I am doing my job well then you have a better chance of experiencing great benefits, which is why having regular feedback about the process can make a difference. I have had the honor of working with many family members over the years and hope that you'll call for a free thirty minute consultation.

 

Will Cabaniss Etheridge, M.A.

Will Etheridge Counseling
3003 E. 3rd. St. Denver CO 80206
Denver, CO 80206

phone: 808 344 7444

Will Etheridge is a teacher and speaker of human behavior, a Body Psychotherapist, an artist and a trained Demartini Method facilitator. His mission is in maximizing human potential and drawing out the genius in whomever he encounters. Will's expertise is in identifying the innate intelligence in his clients, helping them discover their mission and purpose, and providing the platform for them to launch their mission. What differentiates Will from the traditional therapist is the unique scientific process he employs to guide a client from their old repetitive story to new insights, inspiration, transformation and gratitude.

 

Will Etheridge, M.A.

Will Etheridge Counseling
3003 E. 3rd. St. Denver CO 80206 Ste B 101
Denver, CO 80206

phone: 720.295.9434

People come into my office for many reasons, and the struggle is often that they are dealing with a problem that seems too overwhelming and too complex to handle by themselves. As a result they feel stuck and not able to see a way out. I combine my knowledge of perceptual balancing, neuroscience and Body Psychotherapy to offer a new perspective that is designed to get to the heart of the issue, integrate it and provide the client with new possibilities.

 

Carrie B. Evans, M.A., L.C.S.W., M.S.W.



phone: 720-260-2901
website: www.tameyourrhino.com

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My goal is to help the client "tame their inner rhinoceros". There are times in one's life when certain unhelpful behaviors end up controlling you instead of you being able to control them. I work with a wide age range of children and teens and their families to recognize and strategize against habitual negative behaviors. I work with individuals that struggle with PTSD, compulsion, anxiety, anger control, defiance and grief. I work with culturally diverse clients overcome troubling experiences with friends, school, family history and environmental events. I strive to strengthen the connection between youth, their schools, their families, and other providers with whom they are involved. See my website: Tameyourrhino.com for more information.

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Roland Evans, M.A.

Presence of Mind and Body
948 North Street #5
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303-998-1090
website: www.roland-evans.com

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Maturity - Effectiveness - Integrity

I have successfully helped clients with their life problems for over 30 years. My therapeutic intention is to resolve pressing issues quickly. Then, if appropriate, we take time to explore deeper, more profound life concerns.
I see a wide range of clients but specialize in working with men and couples over the age of 50 and adolescent boys, age 13-20.

I trained as a psychologist in the UK and taught at Naropa University for 15 years. I have been in practice in Boulder since 1990.

Call or email me. There will be no pressure but I will try to guide you towards the kind of help that suits you best.

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Teena Evert, M.A.

Denver Women's Counseling Center
121 South Madison St., Suite B
Denver, CO 80209

phone: 303-884-9642
website: www.denverwomenscounseling.com

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Teena Evert is a psychotherapist in the Denver area, specializing in women's health with a focus on prenatal and postpartum adjustments, attachment, and transitions in parenthood. Teena works with adults, couples, infants and mothers, and developing families. She comes to the field of clinical psychology with a background in Yoga, Structural Integration and body-oriented clinical training.

Her psychotherapy practice integrates a mind-body health approach with principles in somatic and prenatal & perinatal psychology. She combines her comprehensive training, clinical skills and personal experiences to support people on their own unique journey towards personal growth.

Teena is also trained as a Certified Gottman Educator , Prepare-Enrich Premarital/Marriage Counselor, Structural Integration Practitioner, and Yoga Instructor.

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Genesa Falcao, M.A., L.P.C.

Genesa Falcao Psychotherapy PLLC
4410 Arapahoe Ave, Suite 140
Boulder, Colorado 80303

phone: 720-582-3570

Genesa offers Contemplative Psychotherapy, Trauma-focused therapy, and Neuro-Linguistic Programing (NLP) sessions. Genesa received her psychotherapy degree from Naropa University's Masters in Contemplative Psychotherapy program, in addition to holding a certification in Containment and Autonomic Regulation (CAR) trauma therapy from the Love and Trauma Center in Denver and Master Level NLP certification from the NLP Marin School in California.

 

Adriane Falk, L.P.C.C

Reclaiming Hope Counseling
1510 Glen Ayr Drive #5
Lakewood, CO 80215

phone: 720-340-9344

Reclaiming Hope Counseling (RHC) specializes in working with children and their families facing a wide range of concerns - from trauma to developmental disabilities, ADHD and more. RHC is built on the belief that a holistic approach must be taken to mental health and well-being with a focus on hope and healing for the entire person. While the child's mental health may be the primary concern, it is the health and wholeness of the physical body, the family system, friendships and school life that will greatly impact a child. Adriane Falk, MA, NCC, LPCC has a wide range of experiences to draw upon and knowledge gained over the years. This unique blend of knowledge and experience provides her with the skills necessary to diagnose and treat children along with the entire family system.

 

Doris Fasbender, M.A., L.P.C.

1530 55th St., Ste 120
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303 215 6039

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Registered Play Therapist working with children ages three through twelve, offering parent/family support. My practice is an eclectic approach, helping children and parents find healthy ways to deal with their issues and become more resilient. I also work with adults dealing with issues of bonding from their own childhood.

 

Linda Faucheux, M.A., L.P.C.



phone: 720-394-3864

I practice Career Counseling. I work with clients on discovering who they are and what they are here to do. I utilize a strengths based, mindfulness approach in conjunction with tools such as the Human Design System, the Enneagram,the I Ching, the Strengthsfinder 2.0, and Values clarifications.

 

Erica Faulhaber, M.A., L.P.C.C, N.C.C.

New Directions With Erica
12157 W. Cedar Dr., Ste 200
Lakewood, CO 80228

Are you looking for help around silencing the incessant chatter that fills every moment of your being? Perhaps it's the voice of the eating disorder ("ED") or an innermost critic of judgment and disapproval that instructs you to not love yourself. Restoration IS possible! It IS possible to love yourself wholeheartedly and to embrace all of who you are.

I offer therapy for eating disorders, disordered eating, body image struggles, improving self-esteem and creating an overall more positive self-concept. While these are my main areas of focus, we also work on underlying factors such as traumas, depression, anxiety, life transitions, relationships, etc.

I am also trained in EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing).

Please visit newdirectionswitherica.com to learn more about me and my approach to therapy.

 

Jennifer Favell, Ph.D., M.A., L.P.C.

100 Arapahoe, Ste 12
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 805-252-7939

I am a trauma therapist, specializing in violent loss (suicide, homicide, crash, natural disaster, overdose, war). I train nationally and have published research. I also see people with complicated grief, painful relationship/life transitions, depression,anxiety,divorce, career challenges,resilience after sports-related injuries/difficult relationships, and/or loss of life's meaning. I myself am a senior adult. I use EMDR, short-term solution based, arts, cog-behl, and depth approaches. I teach psych part-time at CU-BO, am the Director of the BIPR Front Porch lecture series, consult at a Montessori school, have been in private practice for 22 years, and will direct and lead children's summer camps at Mackintosh Academy, 2015.

 

Diana Fenton, L.P.C.

Center for Healing and Transformation
2210 Grape Ave
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: (720)420-9094

Through deep exploration, individuals gain insight into their internal world and create a sense of balance and peace within. Diana’s therapeutic style is caring, encouraging and individualized in order to help each person learn skills to work with their emotions, see situations without judgment and recognize solutions that fit personal values. Diana works with individuals to heal their deepest wounds and feel encouraged, clear, and empowered. It is her goal to help each individual bring the work from the session to the world, creating a greater sense of focus, confidence and direction in their lives. Diana specializes in individual and group psychotherapy for adolescents and adults. Her style is eclectic, incorporating Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Internal Family Systems, psychodynamic and Jungian approaches.

 

Laura Ferguson, L.P.C.

White Lotus Counseling
4155 E. Jewell Ave. Suite 712
Denver, CO 80222

phone: 720-363-2954

Are you feeling like the spark has disappeared from your relationship with your partner? Or has the color in your world faded to gray? I work with individuals and couples who are wanting to create change, find meaning, get unstuck, fight depression or anxiety, heal from infidelity, or learn how to communicate well in relationships. Let's work together to make your world bright again.

 

Megan Fernandez, M.A.

Small Steps Counseling, LLC
2640 W. 28th Avenue
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 720-583-5145

www.small-steps.counseling.com

At Small Steps Counseling we do therapy with children, adolescents, teens, adults and families.

  • Play therapy with children and adolescents
  • Parenting skills and attachment
  • Family Therapy *Grief and loss
  • Behavioral issues and at risk behaviors
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Coping skills
  • Suicidal Ideation/prevention

Please feel free to contact me as I offer a 30-minute consultation for no charge to make sure we are a good pair.

Calling is the first step in making the changes or getting the help you need. Please contact me at 720-583-5145 or visit www.small-steps-counseling.com

 

Cassandra E Field, M.A., L.P.C., C.A.C. III

Sanitas Wellness
954 North Street Suite #308
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303.818.5061

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Certified Addiction Counselor III, (CACIII). As a professional psychotherapist, life coach and therapeutic yoga instructor, I have worn many hats in many different settings - both inpatient and outpatient treatment programs as well as private practice. I specialize in mood disorders, substance and process addictions, grief and loss, trauma resolution and recovery. I am confident and well versed in all aspects of the treatment continuum. Drawing from broad range of innovative counseling modalities, I tailor my approach to the systemic and developmental needs of each individual. I am dynamic and strength based in my approach. My mission is to support my clients in recognizing and manifesting their full potential. Services: Individual, Family, Groups For more information : SanitasWellness.com

 

Fabio Fina, B.A.

Culture Seed Consulting
3134 W 14th Ave
Denver, CO 80204

phone: 3035824893

I guide people ready to make a soul-centered career shift.

 

Beth Firestein, Ph.D.

Inner Source Psychotherapy
504 W. Eisenhower Blvd, #202
Loveland, CO 80537

phone: 970-635-9116

Skilled, compassionate, ethical licensed psychologist with 25 years experience. Located in Loveland, Colorado (45-50 minutes from Boulder). Individual, couple, and family therapy.

I have extensive clinical experience helping people with depression, bipolar illness, anxiety and panic disorders as well as self-esteem, work, and relationship issues. The overall focus of my work is the whole person and the interconnections between heart, mind, body, and spirit.

I assist people in overcoming obstacles, finding personal fulfillment, and healing important relationships. My specialties include couple therapy, EMDR for trauma, GLBT and same-sex couple counseling, alternative lifestyle issues, and working with ambulatory older adults.

I accept cash, checks, credit cards, FSA and HSA debit cards. Medicare accepted.

www.bethfirestein.com

 

Jennifer Fiser, M.A.



phone: 734 474-7012

I am a Contemplative Psychotherapist in private practice. I specialize in the adolescent transition and the teen years. I work individually and with families, offering family sessions in the home if desired. I have an extensive background working with young people and their families. Please visit my website for a further description of my approach and services: jenniferfiser.com

 

Dr. Wyatt Fisher, Psy.D.

www.marriagecounselingboulder.com
1209 Pearl St.
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-596-6836

I specialize in marriage counseling in Boulder, CO. I begin by providing either a half or full day marriage intensive for couples to make substantial progress right from the start when they need it most. My office is ideally located on the Pearl St. Mall next to Ben and Jerry's.

 

Kaila Fluss, MA LPCC, M.A., L.P.C.C

LifeSong Guidance, LLC
2116 E 21st Ave
Denver, CO 80205

phone: 720 261-9245

I believe healing occurs when we - courageously - relate directly to difficulty with compassion and acceptance. I hope to create a dynamic, interactive, and nurturing space in which I can support your personal empowerment in the practice of healing; to discover and utilize your compassion to relate in a healthy way to difficult as well as positive experiences, as defined by you. I take a holistic approach to counseling, including body, mind, and spirit in my work with clients. I am passionate about working with individuals struggling with mood disorders, depression, anxiety, issues of identity, career transitions, and lifestyle balance. Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder is a unique type of mood disorder. You may have already been diagnosed and want support with coping, or you may be wondering if you suffer from this disorder. I am here to help.

 

Erin Ann Flynn, M.A.

Noeticus Counseling Center and Training Institute
190 East 9th Avenue, Suite #290
Denver, CO 80203-2744

phone: 303-399-9988

As a Somatic Psychotherapist, I have found that the body can be a place of refuge that is often not fully understood. My intention is to support you in your use of the body as a tool for change by developing a plan that we build together for learning skills in way that access the wisdom of your body, This could include many things such as breath, movement, mindfulness, tracking sensation, and relaxation. I value the structures of mindfulness and resource building as a way for us to practice the skills needed for developing and maintaining healthy relationships. I believe everyone's life is impacted by social and cultural forces and I am eager to work with you to bring attention and awareness to your experience effected by these forces.

 

Andrea Foote, Psy.D.

1244 Pine St
Boulder, Co 80305

phone: 720-937-6433

Area of expertise in working to support parents and addressing perinatal mood issues, fetal loss, and challenges that parents face in becoming the best parent they can be.

 

Lynne Foote, M.A., L.P.C.

1800 30th Street, Suite 301
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-447-2987
website: www.LynneFoote.com

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This is the soul of my work: to help you explore your issues; confront your fears; heal your wounded places; and find the courage to live and speak your truth.

Working with me gives you the opportunity to see your problems, both personal and relational, in a new light. I have worked effectively with clients to: improve their relationships; invigorate their sex life; deepen their intimacy; prepare a solid foundation for a healthy marriage; move through a major life transition; recover from a divorce; define and achieve career goals; manage depression and anxiety, recover from addictions; and courageously face end of life issues. I can help you go from where you are to where you want to be.

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Christine Ford, M.A., L.P.C.

832 Emerson St.
Denver, CO 80218

phone: 303 832 9767

For depression, anxiety, relationship, work and every other issue. I integrate practical talk therapy with the deep insight of your dreams and sandplay, an imaginative expression like dreaming awake. There is no issue beyond the scope of your unconscious, the center from which your inner Self guides your life.

 

Joanna Ford, L.P.C.

Joanna Ford Counseling
825 East Speer Blvd. #100B
Denver, Colorado 80203

phone: 303-521-0731

Together, through counseling and mindfulness exercises, we will work to bring peace into your life. I can provide a safe space to process and problem solve issues that are hard to discuss, such as hormonal changes and the aging process. We will connect and explore. See my blogs to get a better sense of who I am. www.joannafordcounseling.com

 

Judy Ford, L.P.C.

5757 Central Avenue, Ste 65
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303 906 0200

I work with individuals and couples, using Internal Family Systems modality, Gestalt, Cognitive-Behavioral, and some somatic techniques. I especially enjoy working with couples dealing with intimacy/sexual issues and individuals dealing with life transitions/career issues and/or relationship problems. All referrals appreciated. Free 20-minute initial consultation offered.

 

Lauren Forsythe, M.A.

Lauren Forsythe Counseling, LLC
2101 Gay Street
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: 720-369-0570

I am a Nationally Certified Counselor registered with the state of Colorado. I specialize in working with adolescent girls and their families. I also am working towards being certified in play therapy (focusing on expressive arts therapies). I have two office locations including a church counseling center in Longmont (at Calvary Church) and a private office downtown Louisville. You can visit my website: www.laurenforsythecounseling.com for more information.

 

Dianne Drake Foss, M.S.

Dianne Drake Foss Counseling at People House
3035 W. 25th Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80111

phone: 303-921-5125

As a Certified Gestalt Therapist, I work with young children and adults with issues of grief, loss, self-esteem, anxiety, and estrangement from loved ones. I also work with groups and individuals who are problem drinkers (vs. chronic). With support and education, many problem drinkers are able to gain a new awareness of effective coping skills, triggers, and the need for honest accountability. In addition, for almost 12 years, I've been the facilitator for Denver's Moderation Management meetings.(www.moderation.org). I have 2 offices, one at People House near the Highlands in Denver, and one in SE Denver in Greenwood Village. In my therapy toolbox, I may use Gestalt, play therapy, art, the sand tray, and/or cognitive techniques. (www.diannedrakefoss.com)

 

Rebecca Fossel, Ph.D.

2975 Valmont Rd., Ste 310
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303 478 2353

I specialize in cognitive behavioral therapy for adults with a wide variety of disorders and concerns. I most frequently treat clients struggling with depression, anxiety, stressful life circumstances, and difficulties stemming from past abuse.

 

Debra V Foster, L.A.C., L.P.C.

1333 W. 120th Ave. Suite 222
Westminster, CO 80234

phone: 303-515-0987

I have B.A. and a Secondary Education Teaching Certificate from Texas A&M Commerce and a Master's Degree in Psychology from Naropa University in Boulder,Colorado.I have been working in the field of addiction for over twenty five years and am a Licensed Addiction Counselor(LAC #38)and a Licensed Professional Counselor(LPC #5074) in the State of Colorado, a nationally certified counselor, MAC, and board certified with The American Psychotherapy Association. I have worked in both residential and outpatient settings and have been in private practice for eight years. I work with adults and adolescents on a variety of mental health issues and with anyone seeking guidance and support for increased self-awareness and personal growth.I provide individual, couples,and family therapy. I use DBT skills,mindfulness and am a brain-spotting practitioner.

 

Mary M Foster, M.A., L.P.C.

10090 Garrison Street #104
Westminster, Colorado 80021

phone: 303-947-6847

I have been practicing psychotherapy in the Westminster/Arvada area since 1998. I offer Mindfulness Based Counseling for a wide variety of issues including Anxiety, Depression, Grief/Loss (including Pet Loss), Life Transitions, and Women's issues.

Occasionally I offer psycho-educational groups and classes in the areas of Anxiety, Stress Management, and Relaxation techniques.

Over 19 million people in the United States suffer from some form of Anxiety, but not everyone learns to cope well with symptoms of anxiety.

Several therapeutic techniques have proven time and time again to be helpful in relieving the symptoms related to stress, panic, and anxiety.

There is no moment like the present moment to take charge of your life and direct your energy in more meaningful ways.

www.mfosterlpc.com Schedule appointments: 303-947-6847

 

Carly Fox, L.C.S.W., M.S.W.

Autumn Tree Therapy
2935 Baseline Rd. Ste. 302
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720-340-3044

Therapy and consulting on aging. I have been privileged to serve aging and disabled adults and their loved ones for over a decade. Therapy activates healing and growth, introduces expansiveness and hope, and illuminates meaning and possibility in painful situations. I use the therapeutic space in a supportive and goal-oriented manner to help people activate their strengths, solve difficult problems, integrate change, live in the fullness of their being, and move through loss and difficulty with love.

 

Michelle Fox, M.A.

MBodied Art Studio
8120 Sheridan Blvd Suite B 200
Westminster, CO 80003

MBodied Art Studio offers therapeutic art groups for children and parents. Art after Divorce is a support group for parents and children together. Anger and Anxiety is a group for children ages 7-15 to discuss overwhelming feelings and develop coping skills. Dads Who Make Art is a group for fathers and children to make art together and develop emotional intelligence. Each therapeutic group has art as the main focus so that insight and sharing may be done through the art process.

 

Michelle L. Fox, M.A.

Michelle L. Fox Art Therapy LLC
2475 Broadway, Suite 103
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 612-508-9061

Michelle has worked with children for over 8 years and has the gift of speaking the nonverbal language of childhood. Through art and play she enters into the world of the child and can see what's not feeling right. She is then able to translate what is need to the parents in a simple and truthful way and help guide the changes that are called for. As a family guide, Michelle works with parents to make positive changes for the entire system.

 

Greg Freedman, M.D.

Health Support Solutions
700 N Colorado Blvd., #663
Denver, CO 80206

phone: 303-499-1156

I am a behavioral physician specializing in treating insomnia, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, anxiety, migraine headaches, tinnitus and pain. I teach courses in somatic methods in hypnotherapy, medical hypnothherapy, and neurolinguistic programming.

 

Laurence Freedom, L.P.C.

The Freedom Center
870 Kipling St.
Lakewood, CO 80215

phone: 303 420 9430

This is an 8 week intensive outpatient substance abuse recovery program for adults.

 

Jessie Friedman, M.A., L.P.C.

Áloka Psychotherapy
100 Arapahoe Avenue, Suite 1
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303.441.7884
website: www.alokacoaching.com

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With over 22 years of experience, my work is to help facilitate a greater alignment and expression of your distinct, authentic nature and thus help you to imbue your life with enriched meaning and fulfillment. Our work together will reawaken and draw upon your intrinsic wholeness, and you will recover healing and growth in life’s wounds, sorrows, and setbacks.

You will learn to identify, understand, and disempower self-defeating thought patterns and outdated behaviors, and you will replace limiting perspectives with the genuine awareness of wide open options, possibilities, and resources. As your connection with yourself and your insight deepen, you will give rise to fresh opportunities and directions. A singular array of beautiful and radiant qualities is your birthright; together we will cultivate the unique beauty that is yours.

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Nina Friedman, MS, Career Counselor, M.S.

Nina Friedman Career Services


phone: 303-444-5158
website: www.nfcareers.com

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I'm 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!

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Ariel Friese, M.S., L.P.C.

Akasha Counseling
720 S. Colorado Blvd, Suite 610S
Denver, CO 80246

phone: 720-627-8800

I treat young creative professionals who are in their "quarter life crisis," making major decisions about their relationship and career. I'm an ACT practitioner and love to network with therapists and all professionals. I am currently located in Denver, though recently moved to Longmont and hope to expand my practice there as well!

 

Michelle Frieswyk-Johnson, L.P.C.

1314 main St., Ste 203
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 720 435 5052
 

Shelly Froehlich, RPT

Evolve In Nature


phone: 303-668-7255

I work from a holistic framework, blending cognitive psychology, mindfulness, current psychological research, and nature based therapy to help individuals and couples thrive. Sessions involve collaborating on an integrative treatment approach, combining insight, skills-based techniques, and creating objectives to meet goals and help clients understand how their past experiences and relationships shape who they are now. My work is to help people remove the obstacles that stand in the way of healing and one's capacity to be the best and truest version of oneself. Whether an individual comes to therapy with a vague sense that something is not right or an overwhelming sense of pain (or somewhere in-between), together we will create a safe space to being, to put words around your experience, and to create possibilities for change.

 

Leona Furnari, L.C.S.W.

www.leonafurnari.com
1137 Pearl St. #208
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-444-0992

EMDR, Psychotherapy, EMDR Consultation, Clinical Supervision. I work with individuals who wish to heal from trauma, improve overall sense of well-being, decrease stress or anxiety, process grief or loss, discover strengths, increase self-confidence, set and accomplish goals. I also work with individuals or families who have experienced spiritual abuse or have been in cults or controlling groups or relationships. I especially enjoy working with young adults who are exploring life's opportunities, working to have healthy relationships and discovering personal potential. www.leonafurnari.com

 

Joshua A Furtado, M.A.

Furtado Services
1735 York St
Denver, CO 80206

phone: 720 284-9663

I'm a graduate of the Contemplative Psychotherapy program at Naropa University. I am working at getting my LPC and CAC. I have over 6 years of experience working with mental health clients as a therapist, case manager, milieu worker and crisis worker. I am registered with DORA as an unlicensed psychotherapist.

 

Jayson Gaddis, M.A., L.P.C.

2825 marine Street
Boulder, Co 80302

phone: 303 818 8411

Everything relational. I work mostly with couples seeking to deepen their relationship and work through stuck places.

 

Tara Galeano, M.A., L.P.C.

Boulder Sex Therapy
954 North Street, Suite #306
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: (303) 544-1400
website: www.BoulderSexTherapy.com

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As a certified sex therapist, I help people understand why they are not having the sex they want to have. By gaining insight into their sexual lives, identities, and experiences, clients are able to fulfill their desires. My approach is direct and compassionate. Creating a collaborative relationship, we will transform stuck patterns and move you forward in your life.

In working with me you will benefit by developing skills to effectively work with sexual dysfunction, enhancing your understanding of how past sexual experiences have impacted your sexual identity, expanding your awareness of your body's innate wisdom, enriching your life with healthy sexual expression, and reclaiming your sexuality.

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Alina Galushko, M.A., L.P.C.

Brighter Days Therapy, LLC
662 Grant Street
Denver, Colorado 80203

phone: 7202999880

I have worked with individuals struggling with Trauma, Addictive and Compulsive behaviors with food, alcohol, and/or drugs, as well as Depression, Relationship Issues, Domestic Violence, Anxiety, and Life Transitions.

I tailor my therapeutic approach to use your strengths and work collaboratively to reach your goals, as well as challenge you to evaluate whether your behavior is congruent to your own values/goals.

I utilize several effective therapeutic approach's such as EMDR, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy,and Solution Focused Therapy as well as having my clients practicing mindfulness and meditation outside of the therapy room.

I offer a Free Consultation for us to meet and a Sliding Fee Scale.

If you would like to learn more about me and my services, please visit my website: www.psychotherapistbrighterdays.com

 

Laura Gartner, M.A., L.P.C.

Laura Gartner Family Therapy, PLLC


phone: 303-601-8269

South Denver based Licensed Professional Counselor that specializes in *blended families/divorce *adolescent issues *clinical supervision.

Currently seeing clients in the comfort of their home at convenient evening and weekend times.

 

Wendy Gaylord, L.C.S.W.

Wendy Gaylord, LCSW
1460 East Valley Road Suite 117
Basalt, Colorado 81621

phone: 720-357-4448

I have worked in mental health for over 30 years with all sorts of clients and issues and continue to love to work with diverse issues at all stages of life. I believe that most emotional/mental health issues we face are understandable and, with awareness, intention and support, treatable. I specialize in couple's therapy and family therapy, using the most current techniques in relationship counseling. EFT (Emotionally Focused Therapy) systematically addresses deep relationship issues and empowers profound and lasting change. Therapy with me begins from a place of curiosity. Through conversation in a safe, nonjudgmental environment, we explore what brought you here and where you want to go.

 

Daryl Elizabeth Gedney, M.A., L.P.C.

Daryl Elizabeth Gedney, LPC, PC
1333 West 120th Ave., Suite 222
Westminster, CO 80234

phone: 303 941 6298

Licensed Psychotherapist (LPC) since 1999, Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP) since 2000, and Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist(CHt) since 2008. Warm, collaborative, strength-focused style. Sees individual and couples (of all sexual orientations), adults and mature adolescents. Offering understanding of cultural/ethnic diversity, including bi-racial and multi-cultural relationships. Addressing such issues as grief, transitions, communication, relationships, depression, anxiety, stress, work and career, co-dependence, dysfunctional patterns, illness, deepening life satisfaction and fulfillment. Some of the tools used are CBT, Brief Solution-Focused Therapy, Hypnotherapy, and Imago Therapy (for couples). In most major insurance and EAP networks and offer sliding scale fees as needed.

 

Seth Geer

Seth Geer Psychotherapy, LLC


website: rpsychotherapy.com

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As a therapist my goal is to help you live bravely through the struggle, which means to bravely take things as they come and work with them in an effort to make you stronger and less encumbered by the struggles of life.

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Jean Gehring, B.A., M.A., L.C.S.W., M.S.W., C.A.C. III

Boulder Journey Counseling LLC
5000 Butte Street #25
Boulder, Colorado 80301

phone: (303) 819-7393

I have been working with individuals who are dealing with a variety of challenges for 14 years....issues such as depression, anxiety, relationships, difficulties arising from substance use, life transitions and grief. What excites me most about this work is witnessing the journey of healing that my clients are courageously undertaking and the privilege of being invited to provide them with support and encouragement during the process. I offer a free half-hour initial consultation and some sliding scale fees. Call 303-819-7393 for an appointment.

 

Christie Gestal, M.A.

The Boulder Center for Play Therapy, LLC
825 South Broadway
Boulder, CO 80305

phone: 720.304.2183

Christie is the founder and managing partner for The Boulder Center for Play Therapy. BCPT provides a unique, strength based, play-filled therapeutic environment for children, adolescents, couples, families and adults. Play therapy isn’t all about toys & games but rather approaching yourself gently (vs. working really hard on yourself) because the openness of play builds trust in one’s self, reduces stress, encourages communication, supports learning, promotes creative problem solving, and elevates mood.

Read more about Christie & The Boulder Center for Play Therapy at: www.BoulderCenterForPlayTherapy.com

 

Norm B Gibson, M.A., L.C.S.W.

Rebuilding Seminars, LLC
4141 Arapahoe Rd, Ste 207
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303-444-2702 x2

Norm Gibson, MA, LCSW, has been a licensed psychotherapist in the Boulder area for over 30 years. He received his clinical training at the University of Chicago, and has taught Family Counseling at the University of Colorado.

He has taught over 70 Rebuilding Seminars, the renowned divorce recovery program. A meditation practitioner for over 30 years, Norm's approach unites cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) with the tools of mindfulness meditation. This reflects the new era in psychotherapy, a powerful blend of Eastern and Western traditions.

 

Elisha Marie Gilb, M.A.

Heart In Hand Counseling Services
5800 Franklin St.
Denver, Colorado 80216

While a person can feel better after a good talk with a friend or relative, for moderate or severe emotional distress, this relief is only temporary. Talking with a professional counselor, a trained listener, helps alleviate emotional distress. I offer you an opportunity to face your difficulties constructively and confidently, explore your emotions, thoughts, actions, and concerns.

I work with children, adolescents, individuals, couples and families. I specialize in GLBTQA issues with an emphasis in same sex couples counseling. Additionally I offer play therapy services for children aged 18 months- 12 years of age.

 

Tina Gilbertson, L.P.C.

1777 S. Harrison St., Suite 1200
Denver, CO 80210

phone: 303-875-5020

I work with parents whose adult children are estranged from them. Some have been completely out of touch for years, some are in contact regularly but with unsatisfying outcomes, and many more fall somewhere in between.

Some of my clients' children are in their 20s, others are much older. The estrangement may be a new development, it may be long-standing, or somewhere in between.

Whatever the details, estrangement of adult children can be an extremely painful and complicated experience for parents. I offer hope, tools, and emotional healing for parents in this situation.

I'm licensed in both Colorado and Oregon (C2577), and am a Distance Credentialed Counselor. I offer sessions online and by phone, as well as in person.

As an experienced organizational trainer, I also offer assertiveness training to companies and groups.

 

Elizabeth (Liz) Gilpatrick, M.M.

305 Grouse Ct.
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 303 665 2108

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Sara Gael Giron, M.A.

Re-Membering
2475 Broadway Suite 103
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: (575) 519-1155

The re-membering and expression of your unique soul story is crucial to the health of both yourself and the planet. The major shifts we are experiencing as a species require that we become conscious creators of our lives, our relationships, and our communities. Our lives, both individual and collective, depend on the radical healing and transformation of every individual. Your life has never and will never be lived again by anyone else. The gifts that you carry are waiting to be received. Our work together will create the space needed to tell, sing, dance, and honor your soul story. My work with others is a process of co-discovery within which we engage in a dialogue with all parts of your being-mind, body, and spirit. I am a Transpersonal Therapist with a nature and body-cnetered approach to healing. Website: www.Re-Membering.com

 

Igor Giusti, M.A., C.A.C. I

New Transpersonal Psychotherapy
75 Manhattan Dr. Suite 302
Boulder, Colorado 80303

phone: 470-242-4022
website: newtranspersonalpsychotherapy.com/transpersonal-spiritual-counseling-integral-psychotherapy/

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I combine the science of Western psychology with the wisdom of Eastern and Western spiritual traditions (for details see the website).

I consider my clients as being whole. You are not broken, you are facing a temporary challenge, there is a solution, and I'll help you find it.

If you are experiencing a challenging time with anxiety, depression, grief, PTSD/trauma, conflicts in relationships, existential anxiety or you are feeling stuck in your spiritual work, there is something that is disrupting your sense of wholeness and balance that needs to be addressed.

In my work with you, I'll bring a warm human connection, a compassionate heart, and presence as a guide and companion, and a deep commitment to mindfulness.

Specialties: depression, anxiety, grief, PTSD, anger management, relationship conflicts, men's issues, and spirituality

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Lesley Glenner, M.A.

HoloBeing LLC


phone: (720)244-9665
website: www.holobeingllc.com

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As a therapist I help my clients along this important healing journey toward holistic wellbeing. Together we will envision your fulfillment and empower you to overcome the physical and emotional obstacles that have kept you from it.

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The Therapist Directory & Guide Glennis Walters

Boulder County
Boulder, Colorado 80301

phone: 303-449-6822
website: therapistandhealthprofessionalsdirectory.com/

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I can still add you to the upcoming Therapist Directory and Guide. It's ready to go, but we can fatten it up if you want us too.

But do it now, because this is a paper directory and the artist needs a day or two to help you design and create your ad. There is only this limited window of opportunity to be visible to the public for the entire year.

Yes. People really do pick up and read our magazine. The directory is visible and available in many venues around Boulder and Denver.

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Contact Glennis at 303-449-6822 or email her: glennis@jumpintuit.com

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Chingyen Jasmine Godwin, Ph.D.

5310 Dtc Pkwy
Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111

phone: 7209030190

One rock at a time.

I am a licensed psychologist and I provide psychological testing, psychotherapy, and neurofeedback training. I work with individuals and couples. I am bilingual in English and Mandarin Chinese.

Whether you are working to build something new or to work through something current, one rock at a time.

 

Bonnie Goetz, L.P.C.

10200 W. 44th Ave.
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

phone: (303) 482-0910

I work with adult and adolescent clients suffering with anxiety and depression. I specialize in working with men having difficulties with effective communication, insecurities or low self-esteem, emotional distancing in intimate relationships, and mood issues (depression, anxiety, Bipolar Disorder), feelings of inadequacy, & expressing feelings. I use a variety of techniques including EMDR and DBT.

 

Corissa JS Gold, M.A., L.P.C.



phone: (303) 570-2723
website: www.corissagold.com

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Corissa J.S. Gold, MFA, MA, LPC, ATR is a National Speaker, Facilitator, Adjunct Professor, Licensed Psychotherapist and Art Therapist, Author, and Artist specializing in Adoption. Her professional background includes a Masters degree in Transpersonal Counseling with a focus in Art Therapy from Naropa University and a Bachelors and Masters of Fine Arts degrees in Sculpture (Guilford College, Greensboro, North Carolina, and the University of Colorado in Boulder, respectively). As an Adoptee, she understands the complexities found within this amazing and multidimensional population. Her professional and personal perspective makes her an advocate for the betterment of the services provided to adoptees and their families.

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Nancy Goldman, L.C.S.W.



phone: 303.877.6302

IN-HOME THERAPIST Adoption and Attachment

Nancy Goldman is a licensed clinical social worker who offers "in-home" therapy to adoptive families, in Boulder County. Nancy had been working with children and families for over 30 years, with a special emphasis on families which have been built through adoption. She specializes in play therapy,attachment therapy, Child-Parent-Psychotherapy and has been trained in Infant Mental Health.

 

Laura Goldner, Psy.D.

Denver Counseling for Women and Moms
950 S. Cherry St., Suite 419
Denver, CO 80246

phone: 303-378-0501

Are you a woman struggling with depression, anxiety, work or relationship conflict, pregnancy, postpartum stress or parenting issues? If so, please know that you are not alone. And that it doesn't have to be this hard forever. Together we can help you listen to your instincts, find your own voice, and create the changes you desire in your life. As a licensed clinical psychologist, I use my skills and expertise gathered from my work over the last 20 years--combined with personal experience as a woman, spouse and mother--to help you examine and change the situation with which you are struggling. For more information, visit my website at www.DenverCounselingForWomen.com.

 

Lauren Goldsmith, Ph.D.

350 Broadway, Suite 210
Boulder, CO 80305

website: www.laurengoldsmith.com

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Specializing in health and medical issues with adults and seniors.

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Robin Goldstein-Lincoln, M.A., L.P.C.

75 Manhattan Dr. Suite 4
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303 818 7086

Robin brings compassion and humor to her experiential approach. She is influenced by Ron Kurtz and Jack Kornfield.

 

Allison Gomer, M.A.

Dancing With Horses Counseling


phone: 720 210-3416

Allison specializes in: Grief, life losses, death losses, trauma, transitions, domestic violence, eating disorders, body image, substance abuse, relapse prevention, depression, spiritual growth, dream work, adults, adolescents, anxiety and more.

Allison also uses equine assisted therapy as a specialty in her therapy sessions, if the client is interested. This is not a required modality.

She is located in the South Denver area.

 

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Pam Goodfriend, L.C.S.W., C.A.C. III

Mobile Psychotherapy
Boulder, Broomfield, Lafayette, Westminster, Thornton, Denver, Lakewood, Arvada
Louisville, CO 80003

phone: 303.269.1191

I work with adults & seniors struggling with depression, trauma, anxiety & anger issues. I specialize in helping the client to understand how these deep rooted issues can intersect with health or pain over time and together we work toward healing. I also conduct Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)individually, my own constructed Anger Management Course, a 17 week anxiety treatment modality and thread cognitive behavioral therapy throughout our work together. My training in Buddhism, Hinduism and A Course In Miracles flavors much of my insight to helping you gain new ground in living a pain free and emotionally fulfilling life. I see clients either in their home or in my office. I offer a sliding scale for self pay clients. For more information go to www.painreliefpsychotherapyservice.com

 

Caitlin Gordon, M.S., L.A.C.

Amaluna Acupuncture & Wellness
1525 Spruce St. Suite 301
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720-491-1602

Amaluna Acupuncture & Wellness is a holistic healthcare clinic in Boulder, CO. Amaluna offers safe, effective, patient-centered healthcare in a relaxing environment.

Caitlin Gordon, owner and board-certified licensed acupuncturist specializes in treating emotional health through acupuncture, nutrition, herbs and supplements. She uses a unique approach which blends aspects of functional medicine, neuroscience, mindfulness, and acupuncture.

 

Cindy Gordon, Ph.D., A.T.R.

HealChangeGrow


phone: 720-491-1533

I am a registered psychotherapist in Colorado and a board-certified art therapist in private practice. I work with children adolescents and adults facing the challenges of depression, PTSD, relationship, communication and body image issues, anxiety, "stuckness," and life transitions.

I work with clients using both verbal psychotherapy and non-verbal methods (art therapy, writing). Clients I have worked with have found art-making, such as collage, painting, drawing, poetry, as well as photography, productive methods to reduce stress, promote self-awareness, and gain insights about themselves. Also, I'm excited to announce that I've added the option of animal-assisted psychotherapy to my practice.

 

Meghan Gordon, L.P.C.

Colorado Mind & Body Counseling
15810 E. Tall Timber Ln.
Parker, Colorado 80134

phone: (720) 841-4167

Colorado Mind & Body Counseling is dedicated to helping clients in the South Denver Metro area to overcome challenging life issues with a goal to improve self-worth, build confidence and promote personal independence. We understand how difficult and complex life can become, especially when facing issues with self esteem, health and body image concerns. Within a professional counseling environment, we can explore root causes and develop solutions to move towards a better life.

Entering into a therapeutic relationship such as counseling or therapy can be a very powerful force in helping someone initiate change in his or her life. Knowing when and how to ask for help is not always easy. Call us today at (720) 841-4167

 

Debra Gordy, M.S.

Center for Relationship Healing & Great Marriages
1001 E. Harmony Rd. Suite A128
Ft. Collins, CO 80525

phone: 970 226 8564

Are You Searching for the Secrets to a Failure-free Marriage?

For over twenty-five years, I have been assisting women, men & couples to get off the relationship roller coaster, end their relationship problems for good, & learn the secrets for creating the marriage of their dreams.

Synthesizing the expertise & wisdom I have gained as a marriage & relationship therapist, with spiritual energy therapies with my innate and lifelong gifts as a Spiritual Healing Intuitive and spiritual teacher, clients quickly and gracefully gain freedom from the pain of the past & find hope, healing, & lasting solutions for their relationship problems.

Subscribe today to receive FREE REPORT, "Safeguarding Your Marriage in Frightening Times", plus e-newsletter at www.DebraGordyMS.com/newsletter.html.

 

Stacy Goresko, Ph.D., Ph.D.

Think Outside The Box Coaching
8083 Meadowdale Sq
Longmont, CO 80503

phone: 720-290-2707

I am a Certified Autism Consultant, Educator and Speaker. I am also a mother with a child with autism. I specialize in family support for special education families with expertise in the field of Autism. I focus on Social Emotional Development, Behavior, Social Skills, Building Relationships, Speech and Communication, Self Regulation, Parent/Professional Support and Education.

 

Jordan Gorrell

People House Affordable Counseling Program - Intern
3035 West 25th Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80211

phone: (720) 515-2379

Our desire for authentic connection and a meaningful life is challenged by an often superficial and lonely culture. My guiding principle is that given adequate support, everyone has the capacity to find happiness and meaning in their life. I provide a nonjudgmental and safe space for exploration, healing, and setting goals. I am empathetic and value creativity and the healing power of nature. Utilizing a depth and person-centered approach, I am comfortable working with adults, children, and adolescents. I am currently completing my Master's of Counseling degree at Regis University.

 

Maxine Gower, L.C.S.W.

2885 Aurora Avenue, Suite 8
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303-875-5046

Talking is strong medicine. When we learn to talk and say everything in therapy, we uncover, name and recount our story as if for the first time. As a licensed clinical social worker and psychoanalyst, I am trained to listen deeply and to reflect back what I hear and feel in order to help you to become known to yourself and to others. Unconscious drives and transferences within and outside of the therapeutic relationship are explored. Change occurs within the treatment relationship (which is central to how I work). Symptoms slowly abate, become unnecessary and are replaced with a moment to moment aliveness. The range of one's emotions expands over time and one comes to embody and embrace all possible states of being. Specialties include: Marital therapy,Relationships, Divorce, Teen Issues, Fertility, Transgender,Grief/Loss,Psychoanalysis

 

Brad Graham, M.Ed, L.P.C.

Collaborative Careers
2945 Center Green Court South, G214
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-534-7773

Brad Graham, M.Ed. is a career counselor who uses a combination of therapeutic interventions, strengths-based approaches, and assessments which can help individuals gain clarity about their career direction or future life aspirations. Many of his clients are in the midst of career or life transition or are young adults entering the workforce. Visit my website at www.collaborativecareers.com

 

Claudia Gray, M.A., L.P.C.

MDS Counseling Center
1355 S. Colorado Blvd
Denver, CO 80222

phone: 303-229-6261
 

Reggie Gray, L.C.S.W.

1634 Walnut Street #201
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303 654 7334

My work is best described on my website www.reggiegraytherapy.com

I have worked with family systems of all shapes, styles, histories and orientations since 1980. I see individuals, couples, families and extended families. Most recently I have incorporate brainspotting into my therapy work. I love what I do and witnessing the personal growth of my clients.

 

Sajit Greene, M.A., L.P.C.

Soul Vision Consulting


phone: 303-398-4005

Sajit's work involves an integrative approach to healing, personal empowerment, and spiritual awakening, using tools from Somatic Psychotherapy, Expressive Arts, Voice Dialogue Process, "The Work" of Byron Katie, Evolutionary Astrology, and nondual spiritual principles. Sajit has over 20 years experience as a therapist working with individuals, couples, families, and groups. She has a special interest in the areas of creativity, intimacy, sexuality, and spiritual development. She has worked with people ages 3 to 93 in a wide variety of therapeutic, educational, and spiritual contexts. She has experience working with recovery from emotional trauma and sexual abuse, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, clarifying life purpose, and aligning with one's soul intentions.

 

Lottie Grimes, M.A., L.P.C.

Groundwork Psychotherapy & Learning


phone: 757-784-4461

Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy Equine-Assisted Learning

 

Vicki L Grossman, R.N., M.S.

Rocky Mountain Psychiatry
2600 S Parker Road Bldg 4 Suite 242
Aurora, Co 80304

phone: 303 750 2082

I am a Psychiatric Nurse Pracitioner and currently a PhD candidate at CU. The services I provide include psychiatric assessment,psychotherapy and medication management. I work with all types of clients and my dissertation research is in cancer and emotional distress. My experience is diverse including emotional distress, physical illness, depression, bipolar, ADD, grief and loss counseling. I can prescribe medication and utilize this is conjunction with complementary medicine when appropriate. I am in practice with two well respected Psychiatrists that are very progressive. My main office is in Denver with some appointments available in Boulder as needed.

 

Rene Guerette, L.C.S.W.

Rocky Mountain Psychotherapy, LLC
6655 W. Jewell Ave. #113
Lakewood, CO 80232

phone: 303-956-6219

I specialize working with chidren, teens, adults and families, treating the affects of trauma, grief and loss issues, issues related to divorce/separation, and blended families. I have extensive training and experience working with children in foster care and involved in any stage of the adoption process. I also help individuals develop skills to overcome symptoms related to anxiety, depression, and ADHD.

 

Lyn C. Gullette, Ph.D.

psychologist
932 Main Street
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 303 926 7300

I recognize that a person is a whole human being, not simply an identified problem, and is relating to the stresses and circumstances of the external and internal environment in the best way he or she knows how. Therapy focuses on reducing stresses and enhancing skills. I emphasize a practical, supportive nonjudgmental course of treatment. I provide techniques and skills to increase motivation, emotional management, anxiety reduction, effective communication, and a sense of self empowerment, pride and well-being. I work with adults, couples, children and families. My previous work in schools, hospitals, and in a variety of social and clinical agencies provides the immediate and the long-term perspective on problem behaviors.

 

Heather Gunther, M.A.

Healing Through Play
2575 Park Pl, Suite 101 C, Lafayette, CO 80026
Lafayette, CO 80026

phone: 7202956837

At Healing Through Play, we are dedicated to helping children and families to overcome challenges to live their innate health and well being.

We Provide counseling services for children from 2-10 years-old who are struggling in one or more areas of life (i.e. school, behavior, friendships, divorce, emotional, sensory processing, etc.).

We also offer parenting workshops that provide a place for parents to create a community of like-minded people seeking to grow their parental toolbox for greater personal satisfaction and happier, healthier children.

To learn more about our services, visit us at HealThroughPlay.com. Email us as PlayTherapyBoulder@gmail.com or give us a call at 720-295-6837 for a free consultation.

We look forward to serving you and your family, as you work toward greater balance and regulation in your lives.

 

Nancy Ann Gunzner, M.A., M.S., L.M.F.T., C.A.C. II

La Clinica de Esperanza
830 Kipling Street, Suite #201
Lakewood, Colorado 80215

phone: 720-280-7063

La Clinica de Esperanza, LLC,/The Clinic of Hope, LLC, is a bilingual, bicultural therapy clinic in Lakewood, Colorado, offering individual, couples, and/or family therapy sessions, either in Spanish and/or English, for both mental health and/or substance abuse counseling. We offer EMDR in both languages, as well as groups in Spanish regarding trauma, parenting, and grief/loss issues. Finally, we have a small DUI program offering Level II Education and/or Level II Therapy, groups at nights and/or weekends.

We used multi-systemic therapies, especially Structural Family Therapy, Bowen, CBT, DBT, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Person-Centered, as well as a combination of these.

We accept Medicaid, various insurances, victim compensation referrals, and EAP referrals.

 

Susan Guthrie, Ph.D., L.M.F.T.



phone: 3039094013

I have 20 years experience as a body-centered/gestalt/humanistic/experiential licensed psychotherapist. Hospice trained grief therapist/facilitator; work with addictions; codependency; relationship issues; trauma; anxiety; depression; dissociation; child and family conflict. Sliding fee.

 

Susan Gutmaker, Psy.D.

Diagonal Park Building
3393 Iris Ave., Ste 106
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303 426 3630
 

Konstanze Hacker, M.A.

815 Alpine Ave. #3
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 720-5658985

I have 13 years of experience as a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner helping people transform their trauma. I hold a Masters in Transpersonal Psychotherapy from Naropa University and have completed levels 1 and 2 of training in brainspotting. I believe in loving my clients and trusting in their inherent capacity to heal.

 

Christine Hager, M.A., L.C.S.W., C.A.C. III

PTSD Trauma Specialists Denver
3777 Quentin Street
Denver, CO 80239

phone: 720 272 7686

If you are overwhelmed by fear,depression,anger,rage,mood swings? If a difficult event happened to you or your family? If you experienced something you cannot really talk about and that wears heavy on you? If you want to stop using(or using less)drugs or alcohol? If you have been a victim of a crime and abuse? Or if you are a professional or a student and you want to learn how to successfully work integrated with trauma and substance use? Call me. TRAINED IN SENSORIMOTOR THERAPY for the Treatment of TRAUMA. CERTIFIED GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPIST/ CERTIFIED TRAUMA SPECIALIST /COL ADDICTIONS COUNSELOR. I INTEGRATE TREATMENT OF TRAUMA AND SUBSTANCE USE I also teach this method. My clinic is right off I-70 & Peoria in Denver. I accept Medicaid Learn more on our web site www.ptsd-trauma.com or www.ahconnections.com

 

Emily A. Hamilton, Ph.D.

Emily A. Hamilton, PhD, LLC
954 North Street
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303-747-5425

I am an experienced clinician and am talented at creating a safe, warm, empathic environment for my clients in which to heal and grow. I am a generalist but have specialized knowledge in the areas of eating disorders, body image, relational issues, trauma recovery, couples counseling, family of origin issues, anxiety, post traumatic stress, women's issues, parenting, and mindfulness and yoga as therapeutic endeavors.

I integrate psychodynamic/interpersonal and emotion focused/process experiential theoretical orientations while coming from a feminist world view, thus taking into account the impact of gender, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, and disability.

Call for a free consult. Medicare, Anthem, Aetna, and United Health Insurance plans

 

Brianna Hammerman, M.A., L.P.C.

Brianna Hammerman Counseling, LLC
673 Grant Street
Denver, CO 80203

phone: 303-910-0250

Equine Therapy for Individuals, Couples, Families and Groups.

 

Joni M Handran, L.C.S.W., C.A.C. III

Joni Handran LLC
2525 16th Street 118G
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 720.261.7042

I am a licensed clinical social worker and a level III addictions counselor. I provide counseling, psychotherapy, consultation and clinical supervision services. I am a compassionate, down to earth individual who has over 10 years working with individuals facing stressful life events in the Denver area. My practice is centrally located in the Highlands District of Denver, CO, just minutes off of I-25.

If you are interested in any of my services please contact me. I am happy to talk with you on the phone or meet in person for a free consultation. This will allow us to meet in person, give you an opportunity to ask questions, and ultimately see if we are a good fit.

 

Heather Hans



website: www.heatherhans.com

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Heather Hans is a Licensed Social Worker, Certified Professional Intuitive Coach, Certified Law of Attraction Advanced Practitioner, MSW, CPA, and MBA. She is a healer and teacher connected to intuition and spirituality, as well as a trained psychotherapist and business woman. She combines this approach to serve you in fulfilling your true nature, your highest self, and your birthright of health and wholeness.

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Jennifer T Hansen

Free Mind Well-Being and Center for Connected Communities
7895 Alkire St
Arvada, Co 80005

phone: 303-842-0307

I work with anxiety, esteem issues, negative thinking, stress release and management. I use psycho-education to teach healthy practices in lifestyle that will impact the physical, mental, spiritual and emotional realms.

 

Ash Hanson

People House Affordable Counseling Program - Intern
3035 West 25th Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80211

phone: (720) 295-3354

Each of our feelings has a message; what would happen if we welcomed in loneliness, distrust, guilt and shame the same way we let in joy and love? When we offer ourselves permission and space to look at what these messages are telling us, we transform pain into a well of strength and knowledge. My work is guided by my passion for social justice and accessible health care. I use deep empathy, gentle confrontation, and gestalt and narrative frameworks to create the foundations of a healing, therapeutic relationship. I will support you as we find the answers you already hold.

 

Andrea Harbeck, L.C.S.W.

Mindful Health Advantage
8015 West Alameda, Suite 230
Lakewood, CO 80226

Andrea provides therapy services to adults, children and families. She specializes in working with adults and children on the Autism Spectrum.

 

Shari M Hardies, L.C.S.W.

1255 Cimarron Dr
Lafayette, Colorado 80025

phone: 303-304-0171

Individual, Family and Couples therapy in a private warm setting. I value a trust relationship and work hard to establish a setting that is comfortable for clients. I concentrate on helping individuals form therapeutic relationships with themselves and others. Specializing in adolescent and young adult therapy. Anger management sessions offered.

 

Lynn Harnack, M.A.

Authentic Counseling
1455 Dixon Avenue Suite 150
Lafayette, CO 80026

phone: 303-828-6509

I work with individuals and couples struggling with eating disorders, addiction, chronic illness, relationship issues, spiritual guidance, or trauma. I also use experiential play therapy as a way to help children. Here are some of the types of therapy that I use are Gestalt, Body-mind psychotherapy, mindfulness,and person centered psychotherapy.

 

Jennifer Harned Adams, Ph.D.

360 South Monroe Street, Suite 390
Denver, CO 80230

phone: 303-325-1633

I specialize in psychosocial issues of women's health, including infertility, perinatal loss, and depression and anxiety during pregnancy and the post-partum period. I also work with women adjusting to cancer and other chronic health problems.

 

Cindi Harris-Krane, MS, NCC, M.S., N.C.C.

Krane Counseling LLC
PO Box 891
Breckenridge, CO 80424

phone: 970-485-9546

I provide individual and couple therapy on a range of issues such as anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, relationship struggles, and self-improvement in a safe, empathetic environment.

 

Shannon M Harrison

Shannon Harrison Therapist


phone: 303-596-2848

I am a Registered Psychotherapist currently studying AEP with Betty Cannon. As a result of my own powerful experience with therapy, I began a journey to seek out the most skilled teachers from all over the world, from India to Illinois, from Buddhist meditation to behavioral psychology, to help me open up, take risks, and allow myself to be vulnerable. These experiences have humbled me, given me a profound respect for the courage it takes to grapple with what life brings our way, and has enabled me to provide the kind of space for my clients that was provided for me.

I work with individuals and groups and the majority of my practice is based on AEP techniques. Currently, I am offering services on a sliding scale/income based fee structure. See www.shannonmharrison.com for more information.

 

Elbert M. Hartman, M.A., C.A.C. III

1790 30th Street, Suite 245
Boulder, Colorado 80301

phone: 720-212-3273

Elbert M. Hartman, MA, CAC III received both his B.A. in Contemplative Psychology and his M.A. in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from Naropa University. He is a Certified Addiction Counselor, Senior Level, and is completing an advanced certification in Gestalt Psychotherapy through the Boulder Psychotherapy Institute. He is adjunct faculty at Naropa University teaching Transforming Addictions and Group Dynamics and Leadership. As a psychotherapist, Elbert specializes in working with individuals, groups couples and families focusing on addiction, trauma, mood disorders and relationship dynamics. He has worked extensively with adults and at-risk adolescents in the criminal justice system with high success in reducing relapse rates. Additionally, he has provided therapy for clients with a wide range of mental health diagnoses including personality disorders and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder utilizing EMDR and other psychotherapeutic techniques. As a long-term meditation practitioner, Elbert combines meditation with Gestalt psychotherapy and the Enneagram system of typology to enhance the effectiveness of psychotherapy. Elbert believes that each individual is unique and grows toward greater health through their own process of resolving issues, cultivating awareness and developing confidence in expressing personal choices.

 

Ellen S. Hartman, M.A., C.A.C. III

MA & Certified Addictions Counselor III


phone: 720-965-9528

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Ellen is an experienced and gifted therapist with more than 22 years of counseling in trauma, experiential therapy, addictions, mental health and human services.

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Anita Hauenstein, Ph.D., Ph.D.

4525 13th Street, Unit A
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 720-242-6707

I am a licensed psychologist, an energy worker and ordained minister in the U.C.C. Please see my website to learn more about my work and my experience - www.sacredsoulspace.org. You may also see my page on "Psychology Today" online.

 

Nina Hausfeld, A.T.R., M.A., L.P.C.C

Boulder Art Therapy Collective
1400 Lee Hill Drive, #7
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 720 209 4601
website: www.boulderarttherapycollective,com

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I am a Registered Art Therapist and a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate with over 10 years experience providing individual and group therapy. As a practicing Art Therapist, I have witnessed time and again the tremendous healing power of the creative process, facilitated in a safe yet inspiring setting. In my work I draw inspiration from Gestalt, Existential and Transpersonal approaches to counseling. I am comfortable working with children, adolescents, adults, older adults, groups, and families to assess and treat the following: anxiety, depression, and other mental and emotional problems and disorders; family and relationship issues; abuse and domestic violence; social and emotional difficulties, grief and loss.

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Wendy Havlir Cherry, M.A.

Sacred Space Psychotherapy


phone: (303) 960-3013

My approach is client-centered; meaning every person has a unique way of working toward wholeness and health and thus, no one form of therapy works for everyone. I enjoy utilizing a full-spectrum approach to help access one's unique and limitless inner wisdom to help increase awareness, to repair, reclaim, and nourish oneself, revealing the sacred brilliance that is innately alive already. I work with a variety of treatment modalities including mindfulness therapy, art therapy, poetry therapy, play therapy, and talk therapy, to help shine a light on what wants to be seen in order to promote health and meaning. I have experience working with depression, anxiety, major life transitions such as grief, loss, divorce, life purpose, and spiritual issues. I work with children, adolescents, women and groups.www.sacredspacepsychotherapy.com

 

Betsy Hedberg, M.A.

The Mindful Career Path
3035 W. 25th Ave.
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 720-339-4744

Career and job-related conflicts can deeply impact our sense of well-being and identity. Figuring out what we really want to do and finding work settings that match our inner values is a challenge we must take in order to lead fulfilling and grounded lives. Likewise, it’s essential that we effectively manage the many stresses our work life presents. I welcome the opportunity to help you develop and implement your career vision and/or alleviate stress at your current job. We will collaboratively employ mindfulness practices, traditional and non-traditional career assessments, and creative exploration to help you discover meaning and joy in your path. I am qualified to administer the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® and the Strong Interest Inventory®.

 

Allison R Heistand-Phelps

Noeticus Counseling Center & Training Institute


phone: (303) 399-9988 x305

My integrative art therapy practice includes person-centered, existential, feminist/social-justice, holistic approaches.The growth that comes out of exploring creativity, intuition, and deep expression benefits a wide range of individuals. I have worked with clients with trauma recovery, PTSD, anxiety, depression, coping skills, self-esteem, and grief/loss. I can facilitate you to use art materials, the creative process, and your artwork to explore feelings and experiences, reconcile emotional conflicts, develop self-awareness, manage behavior and symptoms, increase self-esteem and self-efficacy, improve orientation to the present moment, and develop self-awareness and social skills.

 

Kate J. Heit, MA, LPC, M.A., L.P.C.

5738 Olde Wadsworth Blvd.
Arvada, CO 80002

phone: 303-277-9407

Specializing in Anxiety Disorders, specifically Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Related Disorders, for children, teens, and adults. I also work with trauma/abuse victims and their families, as well as, relationship issues.

 

Raizel Weiss Heitzer, NCC, M.A., L.P.C.

Center for Expansive Living,Inc.
844 Main Street Suite 203
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 720 320 4114
website: www.ctrforliving.com

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Are you ready to embrace life? Not just get by, but to FLOURISH personally and in relationship? Life has a way of getting the better of us and over time chipping away at our deepest dreams and best intentions. It's no wonder we sometimes feel lost or trapped with no idea how to reach out or turn things around. You CAN have transformation in your life and relationships! This work is of the deepest nature. You will learn to honor yourself and live with authenticity, integrity, and intention. When you do this, all other aspects of your life start to align and come into balance.

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Diane Poole Heller, Ph.D.

DARe (Dynamic Attachment Re-Patterning Experience) and Trauma So
743 Club Circle
LOUISVILLE, Colorado 80301

phone: 303-790-0603

Diane Poole Heller, PH.D., author and Trauma and Attachment expert, illuminates Attachment Styles and their dynamics in personal relationships through integrated body based therapies, cutting edge psychotherapy techniques, and spiritual perspectives. Diane’s teaching style includes a blend of didactic presentation, demonstrations and experiential, “hands on” exercises.

DARe teaches therapists essential skills to help their clients develop stronger and more secure attachment, resulting in more joyful adult relationships. This series of inspiring, interactive workshops provides the practical applications and strategies therapists need to confidently address client’s Secure, Avoidant, Ambivalent/Anxious, Disorganized Attachment Styles.

 

Stephanie Helsel, M.A., L.P.C.

4141 Arapahoe Ave., Ste 105
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303 402 9036

I work with adults, couples, adolescents, children. Solution-based therapy model, focusing on client strengths and goal fulfillment. Depression and anxiety, transitional issues, marital, substance abuse, school/work performance issues, adoption. For additional information on my practice, orientation and experience, please visit my website at www.stephaniehelselpsychotherapy.com.

 

Tania Henderson, M.A., L.P.C.

Side By Side Counseling, LLC
4251 Kipling Street, Suite 150
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

phone: 303.915-5597

It's hard to look forward to your day when you feel stuck or burdened down. You may fel raw, question your value, or wonder how to stay afloat. At Side By Side Counseling, you have someone who will alway be your advocate. It is my highest priority to help you address your issues so they cease to have debilitating power in your life. I have the expertise necessary to bring relief and help you feel more in control of your life. Through our work together, you will gain self-understanding an an ability to effectively address your needs and gain tools that will have long reaching influences into the future.

 

Rachel Hendricks

750 E 9th Street Suite 202
Denver, CO 80203

phone: 303-859-4291

Designed and created a Neuro-Relational Therapy Program combining Gestalt Psychotherapy, Neurofeedback and Integrated Listening System for symptoms associated with attentional issues, anxiety, depression and traumatic brain injuries. Work with children, adolescents, adults and family systems.

 

David Robert Henson, Ph.D.

Lakewood Trauma Relief Counseling Center
9022 West Arizona Drive
Lakewood, Colorado 80232

phone: 303-987-4660

Dr. Dave works with adult individuals and couples who would like to resolve the symptoms of traumatic incidents and relationship conflicts. The counseling goals are to redevelop intimacy and a heart connection, communicate respectfully, meet each others needs and resolve issues while rebuilding trust in a safe and constructive way.

Dr. Dave has many years of experience with Traumatic Stress (acute, chronic, simple, complex and PTSD), anxiety, addictions, depression, dual diagnosis and Couples/Marriage Counseling.

EMDR Certified with specialties in Traumatic Stress and Couples/Marriage Counseling/Therapy. It’s not "what happens to us" that causes our problems, it’s how we "think" about it that continues to keep us stuck in our emotional pain.”

Visit me web site at: http://www.trauma-relief.com

 

Erin Hernandez, M.A.

3008 Folsom St.
Boulder, Colorado 80304

phone: 720-443-0705

I offer individual therapy for adolescents, teenagers and adults. I specialize in sexual abuse, domestic violence and spousal abuse. Other areas include: • Addictive behaviors • Relationship struggles • Confronting and expressing difficult emotions • LGBTQ explorations, identity and community building • Anxiety/depression • Job/school performance • Grief over loss of relationship, job or loved one • Stress management As the therapeutic relationship deepens, often clients recognize their struggles are interconnected and wounds at the core level are experienced and processed. I am continually inspired by the resiliency of the human spirit and the possibility for growth in every moment.

I also co-facilitate groups for sexual abuse survivors and their loved ones.

 

Jessica Higgins, Ph.D., L.P.C.

Jessica Higgins, PhD, LPC
1150 Maxwell Ave, Suite 200
Boulder, Co 80304

phone: 303-506-8057
website: drjessicahiggins.com/

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My goal is to help clients feel safe and supported to explore areas in their life that need attention. With compassion and understanding, clients learn to address fears, pain, and hurt. With experience and training, I help clients feel more skilled and empowered to create change in their life. Couples, young adults, and personal growth are a few of my specialty areas.

Couples feel more equipped in navigating challenges and conflicts safely, authentically, and successfully. Couples also gain more skills and resources in deepen levels of intimacy, closeness, and connection.

Young adults feel more confident in handling life stressors and difficult situations. Also, young adults learn new skills and ways of relating to create more overall success in their lives, relationships, and personal well-being.

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Kathy Higgins, M.A., M.S., L.P.C., C.A.C. II

Deer Creek Counseling
7345 S. Pierce Street, Suite 110
Littleton, CO 80128

phone: 720-663-7702

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I help individuals bring about change in order to live more effective and joyful lives, using Interpersonal, Dialectical and Person-Centered therapies.

Let me provide a safe, validating space and assist you as you face your challenges, discover new choices and find solutions.

What I Can Help With: * Depression and Bipolar Mood Disorder * Healing Trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress * Anxiety, Phobias and Obsessive Compulsive Issues * Recovery from Addictions * Grieving and Bereavement * Women's Issues * Career Counseling and Coaching * Coping with Disabilities * Building Self-Esteem * Eating Disorders and Weight Management Issues * Parenting Skills and Issues * Alternative Spirituality

I teach and use the following evidence-based modalities: * Mindfulness Based

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Lynda Hilburn, M.A., L.P.C., C.A.C. II

P.O. Box 20443
Boulder, CO 80308

phone: 303-939-8832
website: www.lyndahilburntherapist.com

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Lynda Hilburn, MA, LPC, CCH, CAC II has worked with individuals, couples and groups -- as an intuitive counselor then as a Licensed Professional Counselor -- for the last 30 years.

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Kelly Hill, M.A.

Healthy Living Wellness Center, LLC


phone: 303-834-0394
website: www.kellyhillbouldertherapy.com

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I received my Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology from Naropa University, and have over 20 years experience in this field. I believe strongly in personal empowerment,and my practice is based on the belief that my role is to serve as a guide to assist you in removing blocks that may be preventing you from experiencing your highest potential. I am experienced with mindfulness training, interested in Buddhist psychology, and have experience working with trauma and abuse survivors, issues pertaining to sexuality and sexual identity, couples and group counseling, personal identity issues, bereavement support, life transitions, depression,and anxiety using a variety of methods and techniques to aid in your support including Hakomi Method. I am also a Reiki Master and have extensive experience using Reiki in conjunction with psychotherapy.

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Renee Hillsman-Nimako, M.S.W.

UBC-Urban Balance Counseling LLC
Hampden Executive Suites 3515 South Tamarac Drive Suite 200
Denver, Colorado 50151

phone: 303-757-5000 EXT. 2855

Urban Balance Counseling Services mission is to promote personal, emotional, mental, healthy relationships and spiritual wellness through the practice of psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, and education, and the application of a unique blend of complementary and alternative psychotherapies that are tailored to meet the needs of individuals, families and couples

 

Jan S Hittelman, Ph.D.

Boulder Psychological Services
1527 Pine street, Suite B
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720-217-3270

Dr. Jan Hittelman developed Boulder Psychological Services, LLC (BPS) in 2007. His vision was to supply individuals, families and the wider community with a range of high quality mental health and related resources.

BPS includes skilled professionals in independent practice, with offices throughout Boulder County, who provide a wide range of treatment and community services that address every age group and a multitude of specialty areas.

BPS helps clients access initial assessments, psychological testing, individual/family/couples/group counseling, educational and other services through Boulder Psychotherapy Group, as well as consultation services to businesses and community agencies through the Community Partners program.

 

Suzanne A. Holmes, Ph.D.

3035 47th Street, Suite C 1
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-245-8575

I am a licensed psychotherapist with over 25 years of experience working with individuals and couples. I can help you confront issues relating to depression and anxiety, traumatic experiences, grief and loss, life and career transitions, and relationship struggles. Integrating your insight and wisdom, your willingness to trust yourself and your choice to share, I can help you navigate through challenging life circumstances and create new, satisfying ways of being in the world. Often the therapy process can challenge you to clarify your identity and make choices about your life's meaning, other times it relates specifically to healing and growth. I will help you down the proper path for your therapy within a compassionate, kind, trusting environment.

Please visit my web site at www.suzanneholmescounseling.com

 

Michael E. Holtby, L.C.S.W.

DenverPsychotherapy.com
309 Cherokee Street
Denver, CO 80223

phone: 303-722-1021

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I have been in full-time private practice since 1977, and have been professionally involved in ways; most currently the "elder" and administrator of the Denver Private Practice Network. In 2010 I recieved the NASW Colorado Chapter Lifetime Achievement Award.

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Adeline Holter, L.C.S.W., C.A.C. II

Viewpoint Therapy
100 Arapahoe Avenue
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-927-9310

If you are an adolescent or young adult going through a challenging time in your life and would like someone to walk alongside you, I would love to be that person! My style is direct, down to earth and focuses on a team approach. I have over a decade of experience and have training in DBT, CBT and Motivational Interviewing. I work extensively with individuals with dual diagnoses including addiction, mental illness and intellectual disabilities. My experience has been in both a more traditional talk therapy setting, as well as experiential including equine and adventure therapy. Because of this broader skills set, I can be flexible in meeting your needs in a way that makes you the most comfortable.

 

Evalie Horner, M.A.

2955 Valmont Road Suite 120
Boulder, Colorado 80301

Evalie Horner is especially passionate about supporting artists and writers, trauma survivors, and the LGBT community. As an undergraduate during the late 1990s, Evalie helped to pioneer C.U. Boulder's LGBT studies certificate, one of the country's first programs of this kind. She has several publications in the field of LGBT studies, including a book chapter on counseling bisexual clients. Having recently returned to her practice after giving birth to twin girls with her wife Heidi, Evalie is uniquely positioned to relate to LGBT clients hoping to create and maintain relationships and families. She has been moved by her work with transgender clients, both those established in a new gender identity and those seeking support navigating the process of transition. Before completing an MA in psychology at Phillips Graduate Institute, Evalie earned an MFA in creative writing from Naropa University. A Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Training Level 1 Graduate, Evalie integrates mindfulness and body awareness. She takes to heart research demonstrating that the therapeutic relationship most strongly predicts growth. She is warm, respectful, and collaborative. She draws on the here and now of connections with her clients, believing that these relationships are what heal.

 

Charles Horowitz, Ph.D.



phone: (831)402-5002

I offer: 1) general psychotherapy & 2) counseling with those with physical illnesses: 1) I use cognitive-behavioral therapy, DBT, Gestalt, & others means to help people with challenges, from crises with relationships to stress to questions about what to do next in life. 2) I counsel people with physical illness, disability, and pain. This evolved out of my own disability experience after an accident in 1984. It was a journey that led me to internal and external resources that I could not have imagined. Since then, I have trained and worked with people with many ailments, from fibromyalgia to cancer, chronic fatigue to M.S., & pain syndromes to head injuries. Please call for a free consultation. "Not just another 'shrink.' I have not met a more wholehearted counselor in 40 years." Stephen Levine, author of "Unattended Sorrow"

 

Medicine Horse Program

8778 Arapahoe Rd.
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: (720) 406-7630

For more than 7 years, Medicine Horse Program has been dedicated to enhancing the mental health and life skills of youth, families, and adults, and groups through therapeutic interaction with horses. We provide group, family, and individual therapy sessions that focus on healing in relationship. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Our services meet the particular needs of low-income individuals referred to us by local city and county agencies and community resources. Vulnerable youth populations are an emphasis at Medicine Horse Program.

Please contact Cara at cara@medicinehorse.org for further information on current programs or visit our website at www.medicinehorse.org

 

Shalee Horstman, Ph.D., M.A.

Denver Counseling Group, LLC
50 S. Steele St Suite 435
Denver, CO 80209

phone: 720-420-0276
website: www.denvercounselinggroup.com

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Denver Counseling Group is an integrative behavioral health center that utilizes many different modalities for lasting healing and change. We are cross trained in psychotherapy, the creative arts therapies, somatic therapy and sand tray therapy. We work with children, adolescents, and adults.

Denver Counseling Group offers individual psychotherapy, body psychotherapy, dream analysis, dance/movement therapy, somatic therapy, art therapy, sand tray therapy, and CFI services.

Our therapists stem from Jungian and psychodynamic theory as well as inclusion of the body and dreams as foundations for interventions. We specialize in a wide range of difficulties including anxiety, depression, PTSD, behavioral concerns, ADHD, autism, low self esteem, and those seeking more meaning in their lives.

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Susannah Horwitz, M.A., L.P.C., L.M.H.C.

Expressive Arts Therapy
1111 Washington Ave., Suite 220
Golden, CO 80401

phone: 720-600-4943

As your therapist, I can provide you with a safe and comfortable space for approaching challenges and developing creative solutions. I will become your guide as you work your way out of feeling "stuck" within situations or thoughts that may have become too difficult to manage. I use an eclectic treatment approach that combines action-oriented and reflective techniques based in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Expressive Arts Therapy, Positive Psychology, and Mindfulness practices. As an Expressive Arts Therapist, I also offer various opportunities for engaging in such therapeutic activities as art, music, and creative writing.These methods can sometimes empower you to explore ideas and feelings that may be initially too difficult to express in words. As the former director of a college/career access program at non-profit arts organization, I offer 10+ years of experience in college admissions counseling. I have often used expressive arts and assertiveness training techniques to help ease any anxieties associated with the college and/or employment application process.

 

Jennifer Anne Hotchner, M.A.



phone: 303-819-9855

Contemplative Psychotherapy is a mindfulness/awareness approach focusing the therapeutic relationship on the here and now, which might include past discoveries and future inclinations. This method includes various techniques or no technique at all. Depending on what is suitable for the client. I value being present, compassionate, and genuine. I have daily practices that serve to develop a larger capacity to hold and be present with the pain and suffering a client might be experiencing in an accepting manner without bias, or personal reactivity. From this, the client learns to hold and accept their own suffering without rejecting parts of themselves; and thus feels more whole and empowered, seeing that all situations are workable.

 

Averill S Hovey, M.A., L.P.C.



Art therapist, EMDR therapist, and licensed professional counselor specializing in work with adolescents, families, and educational system consultation. Areas of strength are attachment, trauma, development, grief and loss, and autism spectrum disorder.

 

Gary Howard, M.A.

Wild Ways Integration
2945 Center Green Court Suite H
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 260-445-8249

My areas of expertise include trauma, addiction, men's issues, relationships, anxiety and depression, career exploration, grief, and transition. I provide both deep therapy and coaching in office and wilderness settings. In addition to training as a Wilderness Therapy at Naropa University, One of my specializations is guiding vision quests. As an experienced motorcyclist, I've developed a program suited to motorcycle vision quests. My method is experiential, action-oriented, somatic, and sensitive to the child within.

 

Jeff James Howard, B.A., M.A., L.P.C.

Three Leaves Counseling
2727 Pine St. #11
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 3603893023

I am a Reichian/Somatic therapist specializing in body-centered, emotion-focused psychotherapy with men, women, and couples. I work to help identify long-standing, automatic behaviors that constrict growth and movement. We them work to discover ways to aid in interrupting those patterned behaviors while substituting new, healthful, generative behaviors.

 

Trudi Howley

Twin Oaks Farm
5629 Prospect Rd
Longmont, CO 80503

Providing equine facilitated learning and therapeutic activities for the individual, families, and groups.

 

James Hoysick, C.A.C. II

Hoysick Health and Well-Being Services


phone: (303) 669-0238

As a mental health professional, I specialize in the treatment of substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. I am particularly passionate about assisting students of all levels achieve academic success, overcoming major obstacles to experience an overall positive quality of life. With a diverse background in the fields of mental health, business and education, I am well equipped to help individuals harness their own internal motivation and drive to live happy and healthy lives.

My goal is to help you attain your goals and actualize what a successful and fulfilling life means to you.

I also provide services as a court-appointed Child and Family Investigator (CFI) and Parenting Time Supervisor, and am experienced in working high-conflict divorce cases.

 

Linda C. Hsieh, M.A., C.A.C. I

Linda Hsieh, MA, LLC.
1735 York Street
Denver, CO 80206

phone: (720) 429-3047

Begin your journey!

Linda's therapy and counseling services develop out of an understanding of individuals as complex and multi-faceted beings and supports the cooperation, growth and healing of people in their personal lives and in their interpersonal relationships.

Linda strives to provide culturally competent services to multi-racial, people of color, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, immigrant, polyamorous and non-monogamous individuals.

For more information check out my website (www.LindaHsieh.com) or email me (Linda.Hsieh.MA@gmail.com). I look forward to hearing from you soon!

Sliding scale fee available. Please inquire during initial contact.

 

Kim Hughes, L.C.S.W.

Be Free: Live Now, LLC


phone: (720) 352-9017

Are you battling with depression, low self-esteem, or challenging life situations? Are you in the LGBTQ community and struggling with relationships, family issues, or the coming out process? There are times that we all need support, direction, and someone to walk along side us. I can help you learn to not fear your unwanted emotions and instead to face them, and the situations in your life, head on.

I specialize in working with individuals in the LGBTQ+ community and the unique issues that we face on our journey. I use a holistic approach in my work with individuals; including mindfulness and relaxation techniques, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and strengths-based techniques.

I offer day, evening and weekend hours in order to accommodate various schedules.

 

Abby K Hulser, Ph.D., L.P.C.



phone: 303-818-6086

I believe human beings have intrinsic worth that we strive for well being, self-expression, and meaning. I believe that people can solve their own problems better and will grow when they get to know and experience themselves in a greater depth and are able to see themselves in new ways.
I am a licensed psychotherapist. In my practice I use art process, the body, and relaxation techniques. Years of Buddhist meditation practice and as a trained Meditation Instructor and years of Yoga practice with certification as a Yoga instructor influence my work. As well, I served in the Peace Corps in Niger and in the Crisis Corps in Guinea in refugee camps (Serria Leone and Liberian Conflicts).

Ph.D., Psychology: Institute of Transpersonal Psychology M.A., Transpersonal Counseling Psychology: Naropa University, Boulder, CO License: LPC #5517

 

Sharon Lee Huntoon, M.S., L.P.C., C.A.C. III

men and woment seeking empowerment
100 East South Boulder Rd #105
Lafayette, CO 80026

phone: 303-665-7037

MWSE has an individualized approach to volunteer as well as court ordered clientele who are struggling with addiction, domestic violence both victim and reactive including same sex partnerships, anger management, couples, driving under the influence education and therapy groups with enhanced and intensive outpatient, anger management and substance abuse, relapse prevention, evaluations for mental health issues, anger management, substance abuse as well as dual diagnosis and couples treatment.

 

Shannon Huntsberry, M.A., N.C.C.

350 Broadway, Suite 210
Boulder, CO 80305

phone: 303-817-8276

Shannon Huntsberry is a marriage and family therapist offering a solution-focused approach to helping clients resolve relationship issues and gain skills to manage future conflicts as they arise. Shannon also specializes in neuro-diversity, and works with individuals, couples and families who have (or experience some traits) of autism, Asperger's syndrome, or ADHD. Her approach is is practical and client-centered, recognizing that each client brings different needs to the table. Shannon is available for in-office therapy sessions as well as coaching in the community. www.shannonhuntsberry.com

 

Judy Innes, M.A., L.P.C.

545 Collyer St.
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: 303 437 1351

My areas of specialty include Marital/Couples Therapy, EMDR, Group Therapy, PTSD, and working with adolescents. Groups I facilitate include "Girls Rock," Anger Management, Changing Families, and Children of Divorce. I am a provider for most insurance companies, including Medicaid.

 

Jeri B. Innis, M.A., L.P.C., S.E.P.

Innis Integrative Therapy


phone: 925-330-9608
website: www.innisintegrativetherapy.com

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Welcome! I am the founder of Innis Integrative Therapy which has been developed to address the confusion and complications related to the physical manifestations of pain and chronic conditions that have underpinnings of trauma. I combine knowledge, expertise and 30 years of experience incorporating three fields of practice to facilitate holistic healing: physical therapy, somatic psychotherapy, and trauma resolution therapy using Somatic Experiencing and Brainspotting modalities. I look forward to meeting you and discovering ways to create a better, more fulfilling life, regardless of your medical conditions or set of limitations.

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Mary Kay Irving, L.C.S.W.

Boulder Center for Health and Nutrition
2945 Center Green Court South St H
Boulder, CO 80026

phone: 720 217-6450

Mary Kay is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Addictions Counselor. She has over 20 years experience as a psychotherapist, group facilitator and trainer. Specialties include Trauma and Sexual Abuse Recovery, Addictions and Substance Abuse, Depression, DBT, Mindfulness Meditation and Suicide Prevention.

Mary Kay has served as the Boulder County Representative to the State Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers. She is a Master and Consulting ASIST trainer and has taught suicide prevention and intervention skills nationwide.

Current classes and groups include DBT for Young Women, Mindfulness for Survivors of Cancer, and ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training

 

Emily Isaacs, M.Ed, M.A.



phone: 720 443 1804

I have been in the field of wilderness therapy since 2004, working with people struggling with anxiety, depression, addiction, family and identity issues. Through this work, I found that I care deeply about helping people connect with themselves, other people, and the world around them. Inspired by working in small groups in an outdoor setting, my work with clients in the office is very experientially based. I draw strongly from Gestalt and Hakomi, both of which are relational, body-centered, here-and-now oriented therapies. As a therapist, I provide my clients with a space to mindfully explore their inner world, approach difficult or painful experiences with compassion, and practice enacting new ways of being. Ultimately, I believe that therapy is an enlivening process, where we gain greater awareness, and thus, greater ability to choose how we relate to ourselves and the world.

 

Lana Isaacson, L.C.S.W., C.A.C. III

Pathways Counseling, LLC
720 Kipling Street #113
Lakewood, CO 80215

phone: 720.432.5262

My passion is helping teens, adults, and families recover from substance abuse and addiction. I also have extensive training in anxiety disorders and other co-occurring mental health conditions and utilize a holistic healing approach.

I empower clients to increase their self-awareness, realize their strengths, and improve their self-confidence so that they can make changes in their lives that allow them to be their best selves and experience contentment.

By clients exploring their lives in a genuine, empathic, & non-judgmental atmosphere, they can... 1. Resolve and heal from past issues 2. Break free from unhealthy patterns (thoughts & behaviors) 3. Develop an accurate view of themselves & their lives 4. Create their own life's meaning & pursue their purpose

Fall 2011 Women's Empowerment Group!

Website: http://pathwaysdenver.com

 

Patricia Jackson, M.S., C.A.C. III

SubstanceAbuseServices.net
35 Miracle Way
Centennial, COLORADO 80111

phone: 720-744-3645

35 years experience as an addictions specialist, psychotherapist, life coach and spiritual teacher. Results driven. Compassionate and wise. I amy be reached at JacksonCounselingLLC@gmail.com

 

Teri Jacobson, M.A.

1800 30th St, Suite 303
Boulder, Colorado 80301

phone: 303-546-0154

No child comes with an Owners Manuel. I am a child and family counselor working with children ages 3-10 with trauma related behaviors. Please visit my website terijacobsoncounseling.com for a detailed description of my practice philosophy, location and parenting tips.

 

Brooke Jean

People House Affordable Counseling Program - Intern
3035 West 25th Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80211

phone: (720) 295-9462

Building a healthy therapeutic relationship based on support, trust, and empathy are of most importance to me. I believe people have personal insight, wisdom, and unique strengths that we can rediscover and leverage to obtain relief and goals. Leveraging both a depth and humanistic approach, I understand that we are deeply affected by our past, our environment, and our relationships. I have experience with trauma, crisis, loss, grief, anxiety, depression, and eating disorders and use a wide variety of techniques that best serve your individual presenting needs. I look forward to hearing from you and beginning the journey together.

 

Theresa Jeannette-Palermo, L.C.S.W.

1221 Pearl Street
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720-251-1809

With over 18 years experience as a therapist working to help individuals of all ages to overcome obstacles and deal with grief, loss, adversity, mental illness and trauma, Theresa is an expert at helping people to integrate the experiences that they encounter and reach a new level in their lives.

Theresa works with children, adolescents and adults in individual and family therapy, utilizing Play Based Therapy, Talk Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, EMDR and Brainspotting. Her areas of specialty include, Adoption Issues, Trauma/PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, Divorce, Parenting Issues and Grief and Loss.

 

Amanda Jenkins, L.C.S.W., M.S.W.

700 Front St, Suite 101
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 303-834-0608

LCSW providing psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families.

www.amandahjenkins.com

 

Larry G Jenkins, M.A., L.P.C., C.A.C. III

Sanitas Counseling


phone: 303-775-0012

Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Addictions Counselor III, MAs in organizational and counseling psychology. Focus on dual-diagnosis with substance abuse and dependence, adjustment disorders, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder. Adults, young adults, late adolescence. Coaching.

 

Tamira Jenlink, M.A.

Mountain Vision Therapy
2475 Broadway
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 3033046544

What do you know about where you go to heal? Do you find traditional spaces/ approaches confining/limiting? My experience is rooted in 20+ years of helping youth, families and individuals to discover their own unique, safe space to deepen, explore and heal. My work is suited to PTSD and secondary trauma leading to issues around self worth, self/body image, eating disorders, attachment disorder, as well as difficult emotion including depression, anxiety and inexplicable mood shifts. Together, we will pull from a variety of resources including EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, and Internal Family Systems work to open a space for authentic healing.

So many of us did not have the support we needed at different times in our lives to effect deeper change. Together we will reclaim your right to a safe, supportive space to explore, grow and heal.

 

Gary A Johnson, L.P.C.

4410 Arapahoe Avenue, Suite 205
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 720 545 4073

I have been counseling for over 25 years helping couples helping couples move past hurt, betrayal and broken trust and to develop strong and resilient marriages that are able to absorb the traumas and setbacks of life. I dedicate a portion of my practice to working with couples whose lives have been impacted by cancer (esp. Prostate Cancer) and major illness. I also coach men who find themselves in transition due to changes in work, family, and health.

 

Genevieve Johnson, M.A., L.P.C.C

The Bridge Center for Play Therapy
825 s. Broadway suite 50
Boulder, Co 80305

phone: 303-499-0844; ext 701

I specialize in play therapy with an emphasis on grief, loss and single parent and grandparent families. Therapy is a place for children to feel safe exploring and processing feelings which are challenging for them. We work to integrate the feelings to turn obstacles into opportunity. Call for a FREE 30 minute consultation!

 

Jeff Jones, M.A., L.P.C., C.A.C. III



phone: 720-314-3543

Jeff provides support for individuals and families to shift destructive patterns around stress, trauma and addiction.

Through education, training, intervention, coaching and counseling, positive shift not only becomes possible, it happens!

 

Monica Myers Jones, M.A., L.P.C.



phone: 720-352-0233

My approach to therapy is based on empathy, mindfulness and healthy attachment. I provide gentle guidance and challenge old limiting narratives and maladaptive behaviors. This exploration can and often does involve humor, the development of emotional fluency, and mind-body exploration. I am honored to enter into the sacred space of therapy together with my clients. In addition to thoughtful dialogue, I draw upon experiential therapeutic tools such as visualization, art therapy, psychodrama and role-play, and body awareness. I specialize in working with women's issues, eating disorders, intimacy/couples/relational issues, identity issues, anxiety/depression and moving through traumatic experiences. We all contain the inner wisdom to heal ourselves and move towards being an authentic, positive and loving person. The courage to be vulnerable --by moving toward our pain and confusion as well as our joy--utterly transforms and frees us.

 

Jean-Jacques Joris, M.A.

Twin Oaks Farm
5629 Prospect Road
Longmont, CO 80503

I offer equine-assisted psychotherapy, EMDR, and client-centered therapy with a mindfulness-based and culturally-sensitive approach in the Boulder-Longmont area. Fostered by a 20-year long international experience, my practice rests on solid multicultural competence, as well as on unwavering feminism. My field of interest includes major life transitions; fatherhood (including pre- and perinatal issues); sexuality; anxiety; existential issues; and war-related trauma. I have a Master's Degree in Transpersonal Counseling Psychotherapy from Naropa University, and a Law Degree from the University of Geneva. Ofrezco psicoterapia en castellano para clientes individuales, parejas, y familias. Según sus necesidades, le propongo terapia con caballos, EMDR, u otras formas de terapia. Thérapie en français. Ich biete Psychotherapie auf Deutsch an.

 

Janet Joyce, Ph.D.

2523 Broadway St., Ste 201
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303 443 9408
 

Dr. Donald M. Kaesser, Ph.D.

DMKPHDPC
2306 Ingersoll Ave.
Des Moines, IOwa 50309

phone: 515-240-7997

30 Years experience in 'talk therapy' 5 in Bottom Up Therapy

 

Kathy Decker Kahn, M.A., L.P.C.C

Denver Rebuilders
6000 East Evans Avenue Bldg 1 Suite 225
Denver, CO 80222

phone: (303) 9003181

I want to support you on your journey. I have a deep appreciation for one's own rhythm and timing when taking steps toward change. Within the context of a supportive therapeutic relationship, we will work together to develop insight, understanding, and most importantly, lasting, meaningful change for you or your couple. I offer psychotherapy for a range of issues including: emotional difficulties, relationship issues, major life events, mental health concerns, or everyday stress, we will work together to meet your goals, obtain relief, and enrich your life. I offer support to both individuals and couples in addition to offering a Divorce Support Group every quarter: www.DenverRebuilders.com

 

Kathy Kahn, M.A.

Denver Rebuilders


phone: (303) 9003181

Offering 10 week Divorce Support classes each quarter in South Denver DenverRebuilders.com

 

Chris Kalamon, L.C.S.W.

777 S. Wadsworth Blvd.
Lakewood, CO 80226

phone: 303 257 7991

My practice is devoted to adults and organizations that have a deep seated need to leverage purpose, creativity and innovation for long-term success. My unique therapy style is informed by two decades as a business professional.

 

Jeremy Kalan, CPCC

Center for Healing and Transformation
2210 Grape Ave
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 720-420-9094

Jeremy empowers people to discover their unique purpose in life and to transform all that is blocking them from feeling confident, clear, passionate and excited about who they are and their work in the world. He guides his clients to accept, love, and respect all of themselves so they feel vibrantly alive and free to give their life-enhancing gift to our world. He often works with adults who feel lost, bored, unfulfilled, anxious, or trapped in their career or life. Jeremy skillfully integrates Life Purpose Coaching, Internal Family Systems Therapy, and nature-based Soul Guiding in his 1 on 1 sessions and Group Facilitation.

Specialties: Life Purpose, Quarter/Mid-Life Crisis, Self-Love and Wholeness, Heal Inner Child and transform deepest wounds into gifts, Deep connection to Nature and Soul

www.CenterforHealingandTransformation.com

 

Stuart Kaplowitz

Stuart Kaplowitz, MFT
12530 10th st
Chino, California 91710

phone: 909-5763889

•As a therapist, I enhance communication and relationships. Whether it is with your significant other, a loved-one, family member, child, co-worker, boss, or just plain enhancing you; I will help you find and develop the relationships you want. •Address the issues that keep coming up in your life. •Get your wants and needs met. •Learn how you may be sabotaging your efforts •Use your strengths as tools to help you succeed. •In Individual counseling, Couples counseling, Family Counseling

 

Teri Karjala, L.P.C., C.A.C. II

Creative Counseling Center LLC
12101 E. 2nd Ave. Suite 201B
Aurora, CO 80011

phone: 720 338 9628

I provide counseling services to children (2+), adolescents, and adults specializing in childhood trauma including physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, and witnessing domestic violence.

My approach is supportive, warm, and collaborative. I believe that the client/counselor relationship is crucial in the therapeutic process. I am integrative in approach as I believe that no single therapy is beneficial for everyone. I use various counseling theories and techniques to treat the "whole" person. Depending on your goals in therapy I may draw from, experiential, cognitive behavioral therapy, humanistic, and/or systemic approaches. In working with children I primarily use play therapy techniques.

 

Barbara Marie Karlsen, R.N., M.A.

Somatogenesis


phone: 720 9983571

Barbara Karlsen is a nurse as well as a registered somatic psychotherapist. Overall she has twenty- four years of experience promoting health and wellness in various traditional and nontraditional settings. She describes her theoretical orientation as integrative, body-centered, relational and holistic. She has a systems –oriented philosophy that informs her therapeutic model and approach. She especially enjoys working experientially with dance and movement to support transformation on all levels; emotional, physical, cognitive, energetic and spiritual. She also has experience with DBT

 

Eve D Katz, L.P.C.

Eve Katz, MA, LPC, CN


phone: 303 499-1223

Psychotherapy and nutrition

Imagine talking to someone who shows you how your problems are really the seeds from which solutions grow.

What I offer is much more than the practice of conventional talk therapy. It's about tracking and transforming your problems and integrating what you learn in therapy into your daily life.

Together we explore the two stages of psychotherapy:
 Giving voice to your sad and tragic tale, and
 Transforming your story to the voice of the hero.

You become the hero of your own story.

www.evekatzlpc.com

Free consultation available. Boulder.

 

Eve Katz, M.A., L.P.C.

Boulder Short-Term Psychotherapy


phone: (303) 499-1223

Counseling and psychotherapy in Boulder.

 

Rachel Katz, PT, SEP



phone: 303-875-7878

Rachel Katz,PT,SEP is a specialist in pain relief especially in complex situations. She brings Physical Therapy together with deep knowledge of how trauma, car accident injuries, surgeries, attachment and development issues may impact your body, life and health. Rachel has developed a unique system for pain resolution using gentle, specific, touch therapy to restore normal muscle and joint action, exercise and movement retraining , and supportive dialogue for your process. “These techniques add a whole other dimension, depth and accessibility to facilitation of healing.” Veronique Mead, MD, MA, SEP. Rachel is focused on getting successful results even in the toughest of situations. In fact, over 75% of her clients achieve the results they seek even though at least 57% have had great physical or emotional harm. MindBodyPhysicalTherapy.com

 

Christa Kay, M.A.

CK Counseling, LLC


phone: 303-669-9698

Home Based Therapy for Children, Adolescents, and Adults. Specializing in Behavior issues, Divorce, ADD/ADHD, Grief and Loss, Parenting, Depression, Generalized Anxiety, as well as other mental health issues.

 

Kristine E Kaye, CCHt

Transitions Counseling and Hypnotherapy
1800 30th Street, Stuite 222B
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-589-2884

My practice is client centered. We’re partners in the process of redirecting the subconscious to replace outdated beliefs or unwanted sensations with those that reflect the goals and desires of one’s current life. Hypnotherapy is highly successful in shifting the mind’s sensory input to alleviate pain and other physical and emotional conditions. You will experience an amazing shift in habits, understanding, and beliefs.
Certified in Pain Releif and Past Life Regression. Connect your mind, body, and spirit using the powerful tool of your subconscious mind!

Heal yourself! Use the power of your mind!

Become fully alive with hypnosis

 

Emily Kean, Ph.D.

1314 Main St., Suite 200
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 303-868-2058

Clinical Child Psychologist

Individual Assessment and Psychotherapy

Educational Evaluations (e.g., Learning Disabilties, ADHD, Giftedness, Developmental Concerns)

Psychological Testing

Parenting Consultation

 

Kristin Keating, L.C.S.W.

885 Arapahoe Avenue
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720-371-2231

Hi, I'm a psychotherapist in private practice serving adults & teens for over 15 years. My therapy dog, Congo has been with me for 9 of those years. We work together to provide a safe, caring and supportive environment for you to grow into your happiest, healthiest, most authentic self.

Besides offering support and unconditional acceptance of where you may be in your life in the present, I employ various experiential techniques designed to support and lift you on your journey forward.

I have been continuously delighted and amazed at how well EMDR and Brainspotting work to achieve these ends. My clients have thanked me over and over for changing their lives (see testimonials on my website, www.kristinkeating.net) but I give great thanks to the genius of the protocols of EMDR.

I offer a free 15 minute phone consultation: 720-371-2231

 

Kathleen Keelan, L.P.C.



phone: 303-521-5427

Do you know someone who can use help with a bullying issue at work or at school? Are you a victim of bullying behavior? Do you suffer from bystander guilt? In my practice I work with individuals on a wide range of issues, however, I specialize in preventing the bullying dynamic at work and at school. Because I am a nationally recognized speaker and author on this topic, I am comfortable dealing with it from all angles including speaking to schools. I am an adjunct professor for Adams State and I teach on topics that are of particular interest to me including bullying, cyberbullying, self esteem and communication.

 

Beth Levin Kelley, L.P.C.

1355 South Colorado Blvd C-100
Denver, CO 80222

phone: 303-756-9052 x 131

My role as a counselor is to help you feel empowered. Together, we focus awareness on the things that aren't working in your life, so that you can decide what you want to change and what you don't. Therapy is a process that combines curiosity, exploration, and problem solving to create awareness for desired change. That change might come in the form of reduced anxiety and stress, mourning the loss of a loved one, or coping with disappointing relationships. My job is to give you tools to fill your toolbox, so that you have the resources necessary to manage life. My style of therapy is direct and engaging. I also use gentle humor when appropriate. I rely on a variety of professional techniques, including evidence–based therapies like EMDR, and CBT. Together, we will choose an approach that fits your needs,and builds inner resources.

 

Colin Kelley

Private Holistic Psychotherapy


phone: 650 796-8106

My name is Colin Kelley. I have recently graduated from CU and am now looking to join the contemplative counseling program at Naropa. I have spent hundreds of hours researching and reading about holistic practice and mindfulness and have helped many people find insights into the nature of their sufferings. I have been in group and individual therapy myself and have learned much from these experiences that I can bring to you. Due to my lack of credentials I cannot possibly charge a high price, and in fact I would be happy to help you for only $10 an hour. I specialize in pain reduction from a largely body approach but will work with you to better your PTSD, addiction, or anything really. Give it a try! First session is completely free!

 

Patricia M. Kelly, L.P.C.

287 Century Circle, #100
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 303-449-9264

I have provided skillful, compassionate care to children, families and individuals for over 20 years. I have trained extensively in play therapy, trauma treatment, grief and loss, adoption and parenting. I offer modalities that include EMDR and Brainspotting. In today's world of speed and aggression, mindfulness has become a way to help my clients find deep calm and clarity. Consulting with parents on issues related to their specific child and developmental stage is of particular interest. I offer a free initial 1/2 hour session as a way to assess if my style and approach would be of benefit to you.

I also provide consultation and clinical supervision.

 

Kate Kendrick, M.A.

2475 Broadway
Boulder, CO 80503

phone: 303-485-9428

One-on-one sessions, relationship/communication coaching, compassionate communication training for deep personal and relational healing. I specialize in relationship/communication issues, women's issues, spiritual growth and life transitions. I have extensive training in Nonviolent Communication™, Spiritual Psychology, Inner Relationship Focusing, Mediation, peacemaking circles and meditation/spirituality and body awareness practices. www.katekendrick.com

 

Tracy Kenline, L.C.S.W.

740 Burbank St.
Broomfield, CO 80304-2843

phone: 720 4957741

I am an LCSW with a practice based in Broomfield. I work with children, teens, adults. The bulk of my clientele are children and teens dealing with divorce, anxiety, and depression. I also work closely with parents of my clients around parenting education and support. I have been in practice for 13 years.

 

Brett Kennedy, Psy.D.

Brett P. Kennedy, Psy.D. Psychotherapy, PLLC
2299 Pearl Street SUITE 310
Boulder, Co 80302

phone: 7204431889
website: www.kennedypsyd.com

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With practices in Boulder and New York City, I have over 15 years of clinical experience treating adults, adolescents, and couples with specialties in men's health, eating and exercise disorders, and anxiety management. The mind/body connection to health and wellness cannot be ignored and I have been fortunate to build a diverse clinical practice where this relationship can be explored and healed through psychotherapy.

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J. Ryan Kennedy, R.N., M.A., L.P.C., L.M.F.T., C.A.C. III

Denver Psychotherapy, LLC
190 East 9th Avenue, Suite #290
Denver, CO 80203-2744

phone: 303-39-9988 x 101
 

Alicia Kerlee, B.A.

Noeticus Counseling Center
190 East 9th Ave, Ste. 290
Denver, CO 80203

phone: (303) 399-9988 Ext. 310

I am a counseling intern at Noeticus Counseling Center, a center that offers reduced fee counseling for those who cannot afford full fee counseling.

I have worked with individuals from many backgrounds, including people with severe mental illness, people adjusting to chronic health issues, and refugees. I have particular interest and knowledge in working with people adjusting to chronic illness, as well as people with depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorders. I take an integrative approach to therapy that uses humanistic,systemic, and cognitive approaches,and I am a trained Dialectical-Behavior Therapy(DBT) group facilitator.

My goal as a counselor is to create a welcoming environment in which people feel safe and supported, and to create space for people to process their experiences and find new ways of approaching their problems.

 

Lorraine Kerr-Atkinson, L.P.C.C

Mountain Light Psychotherapy, LLC
13693 E. Iliff Avenue
Aurora, CO 80014

phone: 720-437-0776

What we see as a problem can be a profound gift from Life. Each time we encounter our pain, our depression, our anxiety or a reoccurring argument with a partner, we are asked to grow, dig deeper, learn new truths or skills, or new ways of perceiving our lives, ourselves, and our loved ones. When we take the time to answer the call that life has given us, we can greatly enrich, deepen, and even heal our lives and ourselves. I believe in providing a safe and sacred space where clients can begin to open to a new experience of themselves using compassion as our guide, our mentor, and our lens. As we open to our experience, the good with the bad, we find that we are more resilient that we thought; we find renewed hope or a deeper sense of meaning as we discover new strengths, insights, or gifts about ourselves and our lives.

 

Maggie (Margaret) E Kerrigan, M.A., L.P.C.

Healing After Trauma
1333 W. 120th Ave., Ste 217
Westminster, CO 80234

phone: 720 635 7943

Have you already seen medical professionals or therapists to help recover from an accident, war, medical procedure, assault or childhood abuse, and you still don’t feel significantly better? Does it seem as though you are: * Anxious after recurring nightmares? * Suffering from PTSD due to war? * Terrified that you will have another accident? * Tired of swinging between angry outbursts and going numb? * Depressed because you feel like damaged goods after a trauma? * Exhausted from dealing with digestive problems, migraines, and chronic pain which medicines don’t seem to help? With 20 yrs of experience in the field of trauma, Maggie uses body-centered approaches of Somatic Experiencing and Hakomi to heal the wounds of trauma and resulting relationship difficulties. To learn more visit www.HealingAfterTrauma.com

 

Lauren Heller Kerstein, L.C.S.W.

Lauren H. Kerstein LCSW, P.C.


phone: 303.284.3603

Lauren H. Kerstein, LCSW has been working with children through adults for over a decade. Ms. Kerstein specializes in Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and particularly Asperger’s Syndrome. Ms. Kerstein has authored books and chapters regarding sensory integration and emotions; Asperger’s Syndrome; and sibling work with children with ASD.

 

Jasmyne Kettwick, M.A.

Creative Counseling Center
6021 S Syracuse Way Suite 216
Greenwood Village, co 80111

phone: 303.843.6000

Jasmyne Kettwick, MA, MFTI, Registered Psychotherapist, received her Master of Arts in Martial and Family Therapy from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University in San Diego, CA. Jasmyne specializes in working with children, teens and their families in individual, family and group settings. Expressive Arts and Play Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Structural Therapy are areas in which she has received extensive training. In addition to her work as a therapist, Jasmyne has a professional background in the arts.

Jasmyne works with the client’s strengths in a client centered approach. She uses a variety of therapeutic methods including expressive arts therapy, relaxation and behavior modification. She sees therapy as a collaborative process and enjoys helping clients achieve their goals.

 

Eve Kilmer, Ph.D.

4770 Baseline Road, Suite 315
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303-995-9922

As a solution-focused therapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.

If you're looking for extra support and guidance through a challenging situation or you're just ready to move in a new direction in your life, I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals. For more information, please visit my website, evekilmer.com.

Please call me at 303-995-9922 for a free 15 minute individual or couples therapy consultation today.

 

Mark E. Kilmer, Ph.D.

5377 Manhattan Circle, Suite 201
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303-995-1188

I am a licensed clinical psychologist providing individual therapy and psychological assessment for children, families and adults. My office is located with the Colorado Psychiatric Group and our offices are conveniently located less than a mile from Highway 36.

In addition, I am a certified Child and Family Investigator. As a CFI, it is my job to investigate parenting roles and make recommendations based on the best-interests of the children. I provide impartial, objective and comprehensive reports for families throughout Colorado.

Please visit my website at www.kilmerpsychology.com to learn about my background, my treatment philosophy, the services I provide, and more.

 

Kyungah Kim, M.A., L.P.C.

Lionheart Therapy, LLC
7325 S. Pierce St. Suite 101
Littleton, CO 80128

phone: 720-588-3101

I believe in the power of collaboration in a safe and supportive environment for any types of healing work. My focus is on creating a healthy relationship with you in which you can relearn how to create a more satisfying relationships in your life. The biggest reward of my work comes when I see my clients living their lives with a sense of connection to others and themselves. I am a trauma-informed therapist who works with adult individuals. I am experienced in helping childhood sexual abuse survivors, domestic violence victims, and those who are struggling with a variety of relationship issues. My therapy approaches include mindfulness, DBT, EMDR, etc. My counseling services are offered in English as well as in Korean. Please visit my website lionhearttherapy.com and contact me at lionhearttherapyllc@gmail.com for further information.

 

Arica Ellen King, M.S.

Heart-Centered Counseling of Colorado


phone: 720 327-7766

Arica at Heart-Centered Counseling of Colorado offers Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy (HCH) as taught at The Wellness Institute in Issaquah, WA. HCH is an incredible transpersonal (body, mind and spirit) tool for healing limiting subconscious beliefs, self-esteem, inner child, and many other issues affecting our lives. It is so powerful that few clients need more than two 1.5 to 2-hour money back guaranteed sessions. Other approaches such as the Stress Elimination Technique (SET) are also used as appropriate for rapid, permanent healing. Focus also includes lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT, transgender especially) issues. Experience also includes Higher Alignment relationship coaching, Radical Forgiveness, Breath Work, PSYCH-K, non-violent communications, Reiki Master, and metaphysics consultation. Denver metro area service.

 

Connie arc King

Apple
Noong street 18
london, nonn 11019

phone: 8506151418

Just for fun

 

Kate King, M.A.

Art Therapy & Psychotherapy
190 E. 9th Ave #470
Denver, CO 80203

I am an art therapist and psychotherapist in Denver. I work with children, adolescents, and adults in cultivating optimal mental, physical, and spiritual health. I work with individuals who struggle with eating disorders and body image; anxiety, depression, and mood volatility; grief, loss, and bereavement; relationship challenges and social issues; extreme stress and overwhelm; fears, barriers, and difficult life transitions; past traumas and difficult life situations; personal growth, balance, and optimal wellness; confidence building and empowerment, and more!

I believe in the inherent strength and wholeness in each individual, and my therapeutic goal is to help my clients find and utilize their inner resources to create a life filled with health, growth, and balance.

EMAIL: katekingtherapy@gmail.com
WEBSITE: www.kateking.org

 

Kathy Kinskey, M.A., L.P.C.

Attachment & Bonding Network


phone: 303 443 1220

19 + years of counseling experience. Work with hospice, adoption and health education & fitness for chilren & adults.

 

Tracey Kirschner

Naropa University Graduate Student


 

Elizabeth M. Klaers, MSW, LSW



phone: (720) 446-6706

As a Licensed Social Worker (LSW,) I am a strength based, systematically minded clinician integrating mindfulness and body awareness practices with grief counseling, trauma informed care, family therapy and child play therapy.

Specializing in working with adult women (20's/30's); emerging adults; young children (2-12yrs) and their families.

My approach is to work collaboratively with my clients - together we build a trusting and safe enough environment to explore, make discoveries and integrate new ways of living life and being in the world.

Please call for a free initial consultation.

 

Sarah Klein, L.P.C.C

Open Mind Holistics
2924 Sagebrush Dr.
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525

phone: 970-300-3421

Sarah Klein, MA, LPCC is an art therapist and transpersonal counselor practicing in the Fort Collins area. She has her masters degree from Naropa University in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology: Art Therapy. Sarah specializes in working with trauma, grief, and transitions, and she is currently accepting new art therapy clients!

Check out her webpage at www.openmindholistics.com

 

Kim Kluger-Bell, L.M.F.T.

2769 Iris Ave. Suite 110
Boulder, Co 80302

phone: 303 517 3702

I am a licensed psychotherapist with a specialty in reproductive traumas, which includes pregnancy loss, infertility, third party reproduction (egg and sperm donation), adoption and pregnancy terminations. I am the author of "Unspeakable Losses: Healing from Pregnancy Loss" published by WW Norton and HarperCollins.I have worked for many years as a consultant for a number of fertility clinics where I have screened donors and counseled patients preparing for donor IUI and IVF procedures.I can help you cope with the stress of fertility treatments or pregnancy loss as you decide how best to build your family or remain child-free. I can also help you cope with a high risk pregnancy,traumatic births, post-partum depression talking to children about how they were conceived.

 

Ashley Knobbs, M.A.

Guided Balance Counseling
2855 North Speer Blvd
denver, co 80211

phone: 3039418046

I believe obstacles are meant for conquering, difficult times are meant for lessons and everyone has their very own YOUnique journey. My passion is helping guide my clients to their inner strength, their personal best and their freedom to be content. I specialize in couples/family work with an emphasis on sex therapy, infertility, parenthood and divorce. I also have experience working with teens facing addictions such as substance abuse, eating disorders and self-harming. Identity exploration & self-awareness are key components to all my work with clients as well. I respect the courage & vulnerability it takes to choose counseling & hope to create a safe environment that allows clients to trust in the experience. I offer free phone consultations to determine if we would be a good fit & a limited number of reduced fee slots based on financial difficulties.

 

Sharon Kocina, M.A., L.P.C.

Boulder, Longmont, north metro Denver area; home-based services
5412 Idylwild Trail, Ste. 113
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303 444 2003

My passion is helping my clients suffering from PTSD, struggling with life transitions, or frustrated in their relationships. Brainspotting & EFT are powerful tools to free you to live the life you want without the baggage from the past. Clients say that therapy with me helps them feel empowered. I help people connect/reconnect with their resilience and heal through to wholeness.

Brainspotting is a treatment for breaking out of "stuck" patterns. I offer it as an adjunct for therapists who would like to have this effective, non-verbal therapy for their clients but are not trained in it.

I offer Clinical Supervision for therapists working toward licensure (LPC & LMFT), Brainspotting Consultation groups, and individual Brainspotting supervision.

Call me at 303-444-2003 to schedule an appt. or go to http://sharonkocina.com for more info.

 

Tina Koebel

1800 30th street, suite 207
boulder, co 80301

massage therapist

 

Sam Kohlenberg

Capitol Hill Counseling Center
90 East 9th Avenue, Suite #220
Denver, CO 80203

phone: 720-775-7077

Sam Kohlenberg, Registered Psychotherapist: Heavily influenced by the teachings and ideas of Annemarie Roeper, Sam specializes in working with gifted teens and adults. He offers a free first session, and a sliding scale for those who qualify. Member APA, ACA. Please go to http://kohlenbergcounseling.com for more information. Thanks.

 

Pamela Kohll, M.S., L.P.C.

Boulder Center of Sexual Treatment and Recovery
900 Arapahoe Ave.
Boulder, Colorado 80302

phone: 303.817.7424

I specialize in treating people who have sex and love addiction and compulsions. I have 13 years of experience in human sexuality, 7 specifically as a therapist providing recovery work for sex and love addiction. I also work with partners of addicts who have their own painful journey from the fallout of the addict's disclosure, the broken trust, shame,and codependency that surfaces from their relationship to the addict.I provide a reliable,responsible and time tested recovery method where people can turn their problematic sexual behaviors from destructive unmanageability to healthy, passionate sexuality.

 

June Konopka, M.S.

4185 47th Street, Unit E
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: (970)227-7823

The main focus of my practice is spiritual counseling. I like to work with individuals who are actively seeking a spiritual awakening, or may simply be feeling a deep longing or emptiness for something that seems to be missing. They are often curious about uncovering what may be blocking the transformation they sense is possible for them. Through mindfulness, presence, and deep acceptance, untrue beliefs are brought into consciousness, and the courage to face the fear of feeling what's being held in the body is found. Space opens up for a fuller spiritual presence. I have been trained and certified as a Hakomi therapist (a body-centered approach to psychotherapy), and have been ordained as an Interfaith/Interspiritual minister through One Spirit Seminary in NYC. All spiritual practices and paths are honored. www.junekonopka.com

 

Stephanie Konter-O'Hara, L.P.C.

The Kali Institute
2095 West 6th Ave Suite 213
Broomfield, CO 80020

phone: 720-380-3564

Stephanie Konter Counseling, LLC focus is to help young adults and teens resolve their problems with body image concerns, self acceptance and forming healthy relationships and develop a life worth living.

 

David Koopman, M.A.

Intersection Counseling
2855 N. Speer Blvd., Suite C
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 720-989-5909

I work with people to navigate a path forward towards living a meaningful life. My practice focuses on mood disorders, insomnia treatment, anger issues and the LGBTQ community.

 

Stephenie Korte, M.A.

www.StephenieKorteCounseling.com
1503 Yarmouth Ave.
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720-295-5236

Clients often know the changes they want to make on a cognitive level but sometimes that isn't enough. Engaging the body during the therapy process can help things move and get unstuck.

I support clients using an integrative somatic (body-centered) approach which often incorporates healthy relationship boundaries, mindfulness, self-regulation and other tools. Somatic psychotherapy is simple, powerful work that can help you connect with your inner strength and wisdom.

I offer individual counseling sessions for adults, adolescents and older children (tweens) in Boulder, CO. Supporting clients with presence, compassion and authenticity, I empower clients to discover and develop their own innate strengths and abilities to create a life they love.

Are you ready to get unstuck? Let's begin together.

 

Lucille arc Kramer

Apple
Noong street 18
london, nonn 11019

phone: 8506151418

Just for fun

 

Steven J Krautkramer, M.A.

Inner Sight Colorado LLC


phone: 720-939-9379
website: www.innersightcolorado.com

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Heal your past for the last time. Trauma and depression requires more than just talk. Most traditional talk therapies do not go deep enough. Relief comes but only lasts a short while. I use Somatic Experiencing and EMDR to reach the core of your being to create lasting change. This is because it works on the deepest past of your consciousness and nervous system. Once that is healed, then we can change the emotions and thought patterns.

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MARSHA (Marly) KRAVETZ, M.A., L.P.C., L.M.F.T.

1006 DEPOT HILL ROAD, Suite D
BROOMFIELD, COLORADO 80020

phone: 970-368-3282

Seasoned (with experience and herbs) therapist with CBT, Imago orientation and emotional support therapy doggies offered for issues of life change & transition; grief & loss; anxiety, stress, anger, & pain reduction. Laughter & tears are likely in the healing process !

 

Kate Kripke, L.C.S.W.

The POstpartum Wellness Center/Boulder
2300 Canyon Blvd #5
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303-586-1564

The PWCB supports the mental health of women and their families. Specialties include perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, fertility/infertility, neonatal loss, adoption and third party reproduction, infant and child mental health, paternal mental health, couples support.

 

Kate Kripke, LCSW, L.C.S.W.

Prenatal & Postpartum Wellness Strategies
1244 Pine Street
Boulder, Colorado 80304

phone: 303-586-1564
website: www.katekripke.wordpress.com

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Kate specializes in reproductive mental health and the prevention and treatment of Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders. She is also the Colorado State coordinator of Postpartum Support International. You can learn more at www.katekripke.wordpress.com

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Sandy Krolick, Ph.D.

Papanintzev 111 - 83
Barnaul, Altai Krai 656042

phone: +7 961 980 92 99
website: www.viaggioaltay.com/

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Sandy Krolick (Ph.D.University of Virginia 1985), our American partner in central Siberia (Russia), organizes treks of self discovery into the Altai Mountains and the sacred Valley of Karakol. Sandy is trained in the history of religions, working on Shamanism at University of Chicago with famed Rumanian historian of religion, Mircea Eliade, and studying Tibetan meditation with the Dali Lama at University of Virginia. Together with his local Russian partner, Elena Shushakova (Viaggio Altay), Sandy offers programs that help reconnect us with the earth, and the primal indigenous forces that ground our life in the greater ecosystem.

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Lee Anderson Kulick, M.A.

190 East 9th Ave, Suite 250
Denver, CO 80203

phone: 303-506-6724

I believe in the inner wisdom and strength of each person, and seek to help clients uncover this in themselves while respecting their uniqueness. I work with individuals, families, couples, and infants/young children. I work with a variety of issues, such as depression & anxiety, self-esteem, and behavior concerns, but specialize in loss/change & grief, spirituality, LGBT issues (especially in families, parenting, and relationships), and child-parent relational issues.

 

Vickie J. Kulinski, L.C.S.W.

Autumn Skye Counseling, LLC
2008A W 120th Ave #5
Westminster, CO 80234

phone: 303-847-7042

Are you feeling down, are you going through or thinking about transitions in your life, are you struggling with relationships or happiness? Therapy may help. Psychotherapy aims to increase the sense of well-being and success in life. People often seek help during times of change as change can be difficult. Throughout life there are many times of transition. It can be helpful to have someone unbiased to help you understand your thoughts and feelings during these times of change or times of strong emotions. Everyone needs help from time to time. I provide individual therapy, regarding multiple topics such as, depression, adjustment, codependency, LGBTQ issues, parenting issues, childhood/family trauma, personal/emotional/spiritual growth, relationship issues, self-esteem problems.

 

Meredith Kurry, L.C.S.W.

psychotherapist
1548 Oak Ave
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 720 231-7109

I have two office locations. My offices are located in Boulder and Westminster. I work with teenagers, adults, families, and couples, on a wide variety of issues.

 

Harmony Kwiker, M.A.

Integrated Health and Healing
308 W. Baseline Rd.
Lafayette, CO 80026

phone: 720 341 4014

Areas of specialty include working with clients to create congruency, optimal health, and empowerment to create a fulfilling experience of life. Using neuro-emotional technique (NET) and body-centered psychotherapy, this holistic approach to healing supports clients in the process of growing toward overall wellness and contentment.

 

Celeste Labadie, LMFT, L.M.F.T.

PACT Level II Couple Therapist & Accelerated Relief Hypnotherapy
2769 Iris Ave.
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303.882.3301

Are you feeling anxious or stuck? Are you suffering from trauma, fear or depression? Is your relationship in trouble with disagreements and distance? If so, I can help. By accessing the emotional brain, you can move forward in your life and relationships by clearing mind of unwanted thoughts or emotions from the past (including any guilt, shame or regret).

Your Subconscious Mind (the emotional brain) is highly open to positive shifts using playful imagery, mindfulness and metaphors. Brain-Based therapies update old thoughts about self and clear problematic memories quite rapidly.

If you're a Couple, I'm a PACT Level II Trained Therapist using Stan Tatkin's *Wired for Love, revolutionary framework for Secure-Functioning. Couples consistently feel closer with more understanding in the first session!

For Reviews of my work visit my Google Business page: https://g.co/kgs/2HsySy

 

Lisa LaDue, L.C.S.W.

National Mass Fatalities Institute
P.O. Box 1447
Lyons, CO 80540

phone: 970-430-5451

Individual, family, group therapy specializing in healing from trauma, anxiety and grief using cognitive and somatic modalities. Offices in Fort Collins and Allenspark.
Highly skilled teams of subject matter experts are available to provide awareness level and intensive training/consultation for community or organizational mass fatality management planning and response.

 

Jennifer Lafond, M.A., L.P.C.

350 S Broadway St, Suite 102
Boulder, CO 80305

phone: 303-819-1041

My primary goal as a therapist is to guide each person towards a deeper understanding of themselves and to help them to be able to integrate their life experiences. At times, short term therapy is the right choice. For some, recovery is a life-long process of resolving one’s thoughts and feelings which can be overwhelming without the proper tools and/or support. I try to give my clients those tools and help them have the ability to maintain their emotional toolset and balance in their lives. I have many years of experience directly working with individuals, groups, and families. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Registered Art Therapist. I received my Master’s degree from Naropa University where I studied Transpersonal Psychology with a concentration in Art Therapy. Specialties: Adolescence, Postpartum support, Depression etc.

 

Shannon Lamb, M.S.W.

Cultivate Awareness Counseling
806 South Public Road, Suite 100
Lafayette, Colorado 80026

phone: (720) 443-1826

Areas of Focus: Teen Issues, Identity Awareness, Life Transition, Stress Management, Relationship Issues, Anxiety and Mood Disorders, Physical Pain (Chronic & Acute), Emotional Regulation, ADD/ADHD, Body Image, Self-Worth Female Empowerment, ​Mindful Parenting, Pervasive Developmental Disabilities, Highly Gifted Students, Learning Differences

As a Registered Psychotherapist in the state of Colorado, Shannon provides evidence-based counseling for children, teens & young adults and facilitates groups. Her extensive training and personal experience with stress management and empowerment allows her to relate to and help clients cultivate healthy coping skills . By providing non-judgmental support and instructional guidance, Shannon reminds us how to live life with more vibrancy and fullness.

www.CultivateAwarenessCounseling.org

 

Erica Lancaster, M.A., L.P.C.

Silver Lining Therapy LLC
703 Walnut Street
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720-446-6408

I am a licensed wilderness psychotherapist that works with somatic and mindfulness-based techniques. My approach is to offer a non-judgmental, safe, and compassionate environment for you to explore the ways you can grow. I specialize in working with young adults seeking independence and women with trauma history. I will work with you to customize your healing journey; this can look like being outside for some of our sessions or in the office. Looking forward to meeting you.

Visit my website for more information: http://www.silverliningtherapist.com/ to schedule a free consultation.

 

Judith Landau, M.D., L.M.F.T.

ARISE® Network
PO Box 3648
Boulder, Colorado 80307

website: www.arisetraining.com

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Workshop Presented by ARISE® Network FAMILY OF ORIGIN

This individualized, hands on workshop focuses on: • Understanding the influence of out own intergenerational patterns • Exploring your own family story, strengths, themes and scripts. • Becoming aware of how and where you are likely to be stuck with clients and their families PCB & NAADAC Approved CE's For Interventionists, Therapists and Clinicians $850 Location: Boulder, Colorado
Date: October 19-20, 2015
Please go to : www.arisetraining.com to register For further information: Cara 970-390-4359

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Rachel Lane, ACC, CFP

Inside Out Coaching, LLC


phone: 303-467-0555

Professional Trained Certified Life Coach (CLC) and ICF-Credentialed Certified Associate Certified Coach (ACC) specializing in money and relationships.

 

Joy L Lanzano, M.A., L.A.C., L.P.C.



phone: 720-530-9041

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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.

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Dawn Larson, M.S.

Colorado Therapies LLC
5412 Idylwild Trail
Boulder, Co 80301

phone: 303-667-0955

Certified Gestalt Psychotherapist. EMDR, Somatic Trauma, Containment, Attachment, Couples and families. Parent training, learning disability specialist, and licensed Speech-Language Pathologist.

 

Inga Karen Larson, L.C.S.W.

Lifecrafting
3035 W 25th Ave
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 3034594776

My work integrates the whole human being. From somatic (SE, CST, Reiki) to thought (CBT, Narrative) to spirit (shamanic, Sufi), drawing all these parts together through Voice Dialogue, I believe the most effective, and dangerous, human beings are those who fiercely embrace their unique selves. There is no greater satisfaction for me then to see my clients venture bravely out into the world, enriching that world and feeling their own power.

 

Megan Cronin Larson, M.S.W.

A Vibrant Mind, LLC
100 W. Arapahoe Avenue
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720-822-0141

Synergetic Play Therapist

720-822-0141 avibrantmind@gmail.com

 

Nancy Lasater, L.C.S.W.

Nancy Lasater, LCSW
3393 Iris Ave., Suite 208
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-590-5694
website: sater.com

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I am a seasoned therapist with 30 years experience serving children, adults, couples, and families. Goal-oriented and practical, all my clients have written treatment plans and know where they are going in their therapy. I am an EMDR Certified Clinician and am able to work with clients on their deep-seated issues as well as single incidents of trauma.

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MATTHEW LAUGHLIN

Spiritus Counseling LLC
1634 Walnut Street, Ste 111C
Boulder, Colorado 80302

phone: 303-929-3353

I work with individuals and couples alike. While I draw from a number of approaches, the central focus is determined by two things: what is most painful and difficult in your life or relationship at this time and what is most dear to you. Contact me for a free consult or check out my website - www.spirituscounseling.com - for a quick 'chemistry check,' and more info.

 

Kristin Lavelle, M.A., L.P.C.

3393 Iris Avenue, Suite 208
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-554-0357
website: www.kristinlavelle.com

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Broomfield Office Address: 80 Garden Center, Suite 128, Broomfield, CO 80020.

I am experienced working with people with Asperger's/autism, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and ADHD. I offer individual therapy to adults, couple's counseling, and parenting support and resources.

I am a licensed professional counselor and enjoy working with clients and honor and respect the differences that make each of us unique. I start with the belief that every person has the capacity to fulfill his or her own potential and I support individuals in meeting their goals. I believe in the innate strength and good in each person and believe that the client-therapist relationship is one of the most important aspects of therapy. I offer a non-judgmental space of warmth, trust, and compassion within which a client can work.

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Daniel Lebowitz, M.A.

Root Connections Counseling
737 29th Street
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 720-443-0939

At Root Connections Counseling, I focus on grief and bereavement, couples work and sex therapy, as well as men's work and redefining masculinity. As a bilingual therapist, I offer my services in both English and Spanish. The name Root Connections comes from my philosophy of psychotherapy. Oftentimes, we patch up larger fixes with temporary Band-Aid solutions. At Root Connections, we aim to drop deeper into the root of the issue, finding solutions from the ground up. When we heal our roots, we can walk away with a richer sense of self and strength for all areas of life.

Join me on a collaborative and solution-oriented journey to find your full meaning, potential and passion.

 

Lois Leder, L.C.S.W.

Center For Recovery, Inc.
2121 S. Oneida St. #412
Denver, Co 80224

phone: 303--694-7492

Center For Recovery provides Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Treatment for adults and adolescents. We also offer a Mental Health Intensive Outpatient Program for adults. We are contracted with all major insurance carriers. Our groups meet 3 evenings a week and are ongoing. Our website can be viewed at www.centerforrecovery.net and www.denvermentalhealth.net. For more information about our programs, please contact us at 303-694-7492.

 

Heather Anne Lee

Women's Life Transitions and Stress Specialist


phone: 303 704-2446

Heather A. Lee is The Women's StresSpecialist. The landscape of women's lives is filled with times of challenging transitions. Sharing the journey can help lighten the load and illuminate the path. StresSpecialist services include women's groups, consultations and counseling session.The Women's Life Transion Groups include scu workshops as "Mind Over Midlife", "Women, Stress & Inner Peace", "StressStrategies for Families" and "Cultivating Calm in a Crisis".

Heather's expertise includes training in mind/body wellness from the Harvard Mind/Body Medical Institute and several yeras as the Director of Women's Health Education at The University of Virginia Medical Center. ms. Lee is also a frequent guest presenter at such acclaimed health resorts as The Golden Door, Lake Austin and Red Mountain Adventure Spa.

 

Lynsey Lee, M.A., L.P.C.

Insight Psychotherapy and Consulting
2031 Broadway Ste 2
Boulder, Colorado 80304

phone: 303.872.4077

I believe there is an inherent wisdom of mind and body that everyone has, but sometimes can get lost or forgotten. Are you feeling out of sync with yourself or in your relationships? Struggling with old choices and memories that keep coming up? Feeling like you know who you want to be, but just can't seem to make it happen? Are you noticing that stress from work, relationships, or finances is getting out of control? Is it time to get out of your head and back into your life? Have you been having trouble sleeping or feeling like you can never really relax?
I have focused on working with men experiencing difficulty with addiction, depression, anxiety, PTSD, trauma, attachment wounds, couple's work, grief and loss, medical problems, and legal system involvement. My experience and training have allowed me to work with many areas of strugg

 

Jeannine Lee, CPCC, ACC, GRC, CMHC

Life By Design Coaching Services


phone: 303-499-1987

Jeannine is an ICF certified life, relationship and grief recovery coach. She works with people at all levels of the emotional divorce: "Is there hope for my marriage?" "Should I divorce?" "What will it take to reconcile?" "Am I ready to date again?"

She has extensive training with the Coaches Training Institute, The Center for Right Relationship, The Grief Recovery Institute, The Relationship Coaching Institute, The Complete Life Center, and others.

She is a member of the Boulder Collaborative Divorce Professionals group and has completed Level I and II of the Colorado Collaborative Law Professionals Training.

Locally she facilitates her own updated and improved version of the Fisher Rebuilding Divorce Recovery seminar, which started in Boulder in 1974.

 

Jennifer Leeson, L.C.S.W.

Healthy Mind & Body of the Rockies
2305 E. Arapahoe Rd.
Centennial, Colorado 80121

phone: (303) 223-0250

I am an expert at helping people change negative emotions, ineffective behaviors,and negative thoughts that interfere with making necessary changes to promote mental and physical wellbeing. My niche is helping people who have been diagnosed with Celiac disease, food allergies, sensitivities, and/or intolerances with the social, emotional, and behavioral aspects of changing their entire lifestyle around food. As a person living with Celiac disease, I understand that changing your diet requires much more than knowing what to eat and what to avoid. I help people look beyond food to help manage social anxiety and to learn effective communication skills for getting their needs met in relationships, at restaurants, and in a variety of other settings. I also help people to grieve the loss of once loved foods in order to increase acceptance.

 

Michael LeFevre, M.A.

HeartMind Counseling
103 East Simpson Street, Suite 100
Lafayette, Colorado 80026

phone: 303-834-7456

HeartMind Counseling offers group, individual, and couples counseling in the Lafayette, CO area. I help my clients work through the struggles in their lives by listening deeply and sitting with them during times of intense emotion. I specialize in the "Corporate Blues", helping people find their Right Livelihood, and issues around Fatherhood. heartmindcounseling.com

 

Elizabeth Legg, Ph.D., L.P.C.

The Road Less Traveled Counseling, LLC
2253 Downing St.
Denver, CO 80205

phone: 720-244-1468

I am a Licensed Psychologist with The Road Less Traveled Counseling, LLC, near the City Park West, Whittier, and North Capitol Hill neighborhoods of Denver, near downtown. I am an EMDR Certified Therapist and Consultant-in-Training. My specialty areas are trauma work, EMDR treatment, couples therapy, and supervision/consultation. I enjoy working with clients who are dealing with the impact of trauma and grief/loss as well as relationship issues. I work with both adolescents and adults, including mental health clinicians, first responders, and veterans. In my work with couples, I use an Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT) approach to increase emotional connection, intimacy, and security between partners. Furthermore, I enjoy supervision and consultation (including individual and group EMDR consultation) with mental health therapists.

 

Amy K Leiter, M.A., L.P.C.C

Violet Hive Art Therapy and Healing
4956 E. Colfax Avenue
Denver, CO 80220

phone: 720-460-1474

As an artist and therapist I strive to provide a space that is creative but also safe for clients to explore emotions and challenges. Often unexpressed emotions are at the heart of symptoms and behaviors.Through creative expression art can allow movement and openings for healing and growth to occur. I specialize in children and families but I am open to work with any individuals that wish to explore transitions through art. Violet Hive Art Therapy & Healing was formed with the intention of making healing and art more accessible. The process involved in making art holds infinite possibilities for healing. With that in mind our mission is to help our clients recognize their strengths, overcome challenges and move forward through creative expression.

 

Veronica Lemberger, M.A.

Dynamic Being, PLLC.
5412 Idylwild Trail
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: (720) 412-0014

Client and Body-centered psychotherapy with an emphasis on direct contact with the self-regulatory mechanisms of the Autonomic Nervous System. I offer Brainspotting, EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, Self-Regulation Therapy. I also offer Somato Respiratory Integration and Network Spinal Analysis in a class/group setting. During individual therapy sessions, these tools are used in the context of the psychotherapeutic relationship. My orientation includes mindfulness-based, psychodynamic, trauma, reorganizational healing, and cognitive/behavioral paradigms.

 

Linda Schierse Leonard, Jungian Analyst, Ph.D.

Boulder Psychotherapy Institute
Boulder, CO

phone: 720 304 3032

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Linda Schierse Leonard, Ph.D., Boulder Psychotherapy Institute Distinguished Guest Workshop Leader, is an internationally known author, lecturer and workshop presenter. She is a Jungian analyst trained in Zurich. Her best-selling book, The Wounded Woman, has been translated into 15 languages and continues to draw interest from readers around the world.

Linda offers distinguished guest workshops for the Boulder Psychotherapy Institute on various topics. These include creativity, addiction, film as an adjunct to psychotherapy, and aging. Her workshops are open to the general public as well as to mental health professionals.

Linda is in private practice in Boulder and is available for phone consultation as well as face-to-face therapy. She is especially interested in working with therapists, writers and artists on creativity issues and anyone interested in dreams.

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Dawn Leopardi, M.A., L.P.C.

1604 Gaylord St.
Denver, CO 80206

phone: 800 665 4906

I work with adults and elementary-aged children who are facing life transitions, trauma, anxiety, phobias, or grief & loss. My approach is integrative and informed by Existential, Jungian, and Psychodynamic psychology.

 

Kathleen LeRoy, M.Ed, L.P.C.

Along the Path Psychotherapy Services
2955 Valmont Road, Suite 230
Boulder, Colorado 80301

phone: 720-504-8172

Along the Path Psychotherapy services of Boulder offers counseling for adults, couples and adolescents. I work to support and empower individuals by focusing on nurturing the mind, body and spirit. With help from a counselor you will begin to gain insight about yourself, transform areas of your life that once baffled you, and develop solutions that are right for you so you can thrive.

I facilitate this change through systems focused experiential modalities such as body-centered psychotherapy, trauma integration, expressive arts, and methods of healing which involves looking at the dynamics, processes, and relationships between the parts within a whole context to discover where things have gotten entangled. I provide face to face counseling in Boulder, Colorado as well as video counseling to people from anywhere.

 

Alicia Leto, M.A.

The Bridge Center for Play Therapy
825 S. Broadway #50
Boulder, CO 80305

phone: 303-499-0844 x703

A Colorado native, Alicia earned her masters degree in counseling at Naropa University. While pursuing her degree, she worked as a preschool teacher. Being simultaneously immersed in the worlds of counseling and childhood development was an immensely fulfilling experience, leading Alicia to pursue Play Therapy, a modality that blends these lifelong interests. Alicia has clinical experience as a therapist at Mount Saint Vincent Home in Denver, a trauma-focused residential facility for children. In her extensive experience working with children and families, play has consistently proven to be an effective and natural method of communication, authentic expression, and healing.

 

Susan Leutheuser

Transitional Hypnotherapy
5277 Manhattan Circle, Suite 250
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303-319-0199

I am an experienced and compassionate Certified Clinical Counseling Hypnotherapist (CCHt), EFT Practitioner and Personal Life Coach with a private practice in Boulder. In my private practice, Transitional Hypnotherapy, I assist people of all ages and backgrounds with weight loss; smoking cessation; stress, fears & phobias; self-esteem; creative blocks and performance anxiety; many physical health issues; pain; and trauma.

I am a member of the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association (IMDHA) & the Colorado Association of Psychotherapists (CAP), and served on the Board of Directors of the Colorado Association of Psychotherapists.

 

Eleni Levidi, M.S., L.P.C., BC-DMT

2299 Pearl St., Suite #211
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-249-4764

Bi-lingual/Bi-cultural: English/Greek

Eleni is a Jungian & Somatic psychotherapist with 30 yrs of experience as a clinician. She is Certified Dream Pattern Analyst, Jungian analyst in training (IRSJA), Board Certified Dance Movement Therapist and international Authentic Movement Teacher. She has extensive experience working with people experiencing change, transition, grief, affective challenges and in midwifing transformation of habitual behaviors, trauma responses and addictive patterns. She specializes in working with messages from the unconscious, messages that come through movement, physical symptoms, subtle energies, and dreams, in order to transform challenges into creative potential. She offers groups, training, seminars, mentorship & supervision in Authentic Movement and Dream Pattern analysis.

 

Sherry Lewis, M.S., L.P.C.

Success Strategies 4 Kids
1800 30th Street #306
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-915-4421
website: www.ss4k.com

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"2001 Counselor of the Year" Empowering People to Succeed in Life! Children, Adolescents, Parents, Families, Individuals. In addition to individual & family counseling, I teach social & personal skills for Kids, ages 5-15, in interactive, fun, workshops; Friendship, Anger, Self-Worth, Bullying, Anxiety, Divorce, & more. I've worked with hundreds of kids as a school counselor for 14 years & as a Licensed Professional Counselor for 4 years. In 2001, I was the Elementary School Counselor of the Year in the State of Colorado. I love the work I do, making a difference in people's lives; Empowering People to overcome challenges and trauma, to fulfill their potential and live their dreams!" (sLewis.consulting@gmail.com)

www.successstrategies4kids.com

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Beth Lichtenstein, M.A., L.P.C.

2825 Marine Street
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303.776.0889

"Let us give gratitude for all that happens to us - especially for the hard things, for they are the messengers of wisdom. Then we can loosen our grip of old ways and let our lives change." - Sobonfu Some'

HELPING YOU DEVELOP YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH YOURSELF Everything else stems from this. I believe that we are all a work in progress. It takes strength to know when to seek support. TOGETHER WE CAN UNLOCK YOUR BRAVERY AND YOUR SPIRIT as we learn about how you create and relate to the world around you. My STYLE is direct, honest and occasionally irreverent. Therapy does not need to take years and laughter can happen. My APPROACH is holistic and intuitive and with a sense of humor and belief that all things are workable. My INTENTION is to help you transform intense life experiences into opportunities for insight and healing.

RELATIONSHIP: I will assist you in building skills that move your relationship from conflict into deeper connection, intimacy and successful partnership.

INDIVIDUALS: I honor your unique story and assist you in quieting your mind and opening your heart. I believe everyone is a magical combination of mind-body-spirit. I teach you to deepen and trust your own intuition, your body's wisdom and to become more creative and empowered in your own life.

MODALITIES: *MIND/BODY-CENTERED PSYCHOTHERAPY * BUDDHIST BASED PRACTICE * ALTERNATIVE HEALING MODALITIES Training in IMAGO Couple's Therapy, S.E., EFT, Hakomi, Gestalt.

FOCUS: *HIGHLY SENSITIVE PERSONS * TRANSITIONS * SPIRITUAL EMERGENCIES * ADDICTIONS * GRIEF * DEPRESSION * EMOTIONAL ABUSE * UNCOUPLING

I Offer SUPERVISION FOR NEW THERAPISTS. This is a time for growing pains and learning curves. I will help you to cultivate your own unique style and confidence as you take your seat as a therapist.

 

Simone Lichty, L.C.S.W., M.S.W.

Simone Lichty Psychotherapy
2955 Valmont Rd.
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 917-476-5987

I approach my therapeutic work with warmth, curiosity, humor, openness, and respect for differences. My work with clients is informed by my training in psychodynamic psychotherapy, attachment research, neurobiology, and a range of evidenced-based therapeutic modalities. I help clients develop greater awareness of their role in the relational web of their life. This awareness empowers people to live a more meaningful, connected, and fulfilling life. Even if you are not primarily concerned about the relationships in your life, but simply want to improve your self-esteem, work on reducing compulsive behavior, or address anxiety or depression, therapy can be helpful.

 

Tom Lietaert

Intimacy With Money
POB 3164
Boulder, CO 80307

phone: (419) 699-6100

The Intimacy With Money program is a powerful and transformational personal coaching program. Together we'll examine your personal relationship with money and transform that relationship to one that best expresses your values into this world. This program is a particularly powerful program to help couples in deepening their relationship as they deepen their intimacy and work in partnership in new ways. Tom has been coaching individuals and couples for over 12 years and has facilitated large scale change processes for social profit organizations. Money stress is consistently reported as the number one stress in relationships--but it doesn't have to be that way! Call me today to explore what's working and what's not working in your relationship with money. Let's start your transformation today. Visit: www.intimacywithmoney.com

 

Sheila Liewald, L.A.C.

Red Aspen Wellness
2299 Pearl St Suite 205
Boulder, CO 80302

I am a licensed acupuncturist and board certified Chinese herbalist in Boulder Colorado with a focus on emotional well-being. This is an excellent adjunct therapy for PTSD, grief, depression, insomnia, anxiety, etc. I have helped people get off of sleep aids and recover and heal from trauma and sensations of feeling overwhelmed. There is a direct relationship with certain acupuncture points to our own nervous systems, and these points can quell fried nerves immediately and naturally. www.redaspenwellness.com

 

Nicole Lilly

People House Affordable Counseling Program - Intern
3035 West 25th Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80211

phone: (720) 507-6801

Exploring the relationship of mind, body, and spirit can provide more profound change than talk therapy alone. I take an experiential and collaborative approach with clients in order to move through challenges holistically, using mindfulness, body-based, and scientifically informed methods. Drawing on existing strengths and gaining new insights into how you experience the world can result in greater skill and resilience in relationships, career, life transitions, or more traumatic incidents. I am a certified Yoga teacher with training in couples and trauma counseling. I am completing my MA in Somatic Counseling Psychology at Naropa University.

 

Johanna Lindau, M.A.

Boulder, Longmont, Laffayette
Lyons, Boulder, CO 80540

phone: 8313451430

I believe we all have the ability to live an abundant and happy life! Through working with the mind-body-spirit connection in a safe and supportive environment, we can reach our true potential. I incorporate various techniques to create your right fit, including nature, the body/ movement practices, creative arts and mindfulness to reach your goal. Through these techniques, trauma and relationship informed principles, clients are able to recognizing and overcome debilitating behaviors and beliefs, bringing the possibility of long term change. Whether you are struggling with addiction, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, life-transitions or relationship challenges, I can offer understanding and support. As a person and counselor I believe there is an innate intelligence and desire guiding us towards health and wholeness. I work in relationship with this innate desire to assist clients find and embody their unique gifts, achieve their goals, and live a full life. I have been working in the field of psychotherapy for over 10 years. I am an experienced workshop and group facilitator. Besides running private practice, I have worked t at Mental Health partners for 3 years as a Bilingual, Child, Adolescent and Family Homebased therapist.

 

Johanna Linden, M.A.

Vive Inc. and Private Practice
Lyons, Longmont and Boulder
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 831-345-1430
website: www.caminocorazon.com

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Welcome. I am dictated to working with the Intelligence carried in the body and the natural world to help bring healing and transformation to my clients. I work from a heart centered, solution focused technique, where I focus on providing practical and holistic tools, to help guide my clients toward long term stability and change. To do this I use a unique range of treatment modalities including wilderness and body center psychotherapy, contemplative practice and art therapy. I have worked in the mental health field for over 7 years, gathering extensive therapeutic training and experience, working with youth, family, addiction and individuals.

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Brooke Lindquist, M.A., M.S.W.

Refreshing Life Solutions


phone: 303-579-7554

With over 20 years experience working with clients of all ages, I love helping people find their way through challenging situations! My main focus is on young people in transition. I have created a program that helps mothers and pre-teen/teen daughters actively listen to and trust one another and develop closer relationships. I also work with young adults and college women facing life transitions. When appropriate, I incorporate yoga and other alternative methods to help my clients connect with themselves and their deepest desires. I offer a free initial consultation so we can connect and discuss your goals.

 

Andrew C. Lipman, M.A.

dreams-in-action.com/Heart Arrow Quest-3Day Wilderness Adventure


phone: 970-560-2412

My practice is in Boulder, Colorado and I specialize in Transitions: Changing relationship, work, and living situations. Do you feel the call to live an authentic life connected to soul and spirit and are working to put the pieces together in a purposeful life? Do you want to feel more alive and live more passionately? Are you coping with loss or a changing relationship with a significant other? I look forward to facilitating your journey towards health, happiness and purpose through compassionate, confidential and thoughtful conversation.

I am co-founder of Heart Arrow Quest: 3Day Wilderness Adventuer for Men. For more information, contact me today and see my website: dreams-in-action.com

 

Lesley Loftis

People House Affordable Counseling Program - Intern
3035 West 25th Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80211

phone: (720) 381-3026

I believe each of us possesses the strength to overcome life's challenges, but often we need extra guidance and new "tools" to get to a more fulfilling place. My goal is to provide a safe, nonjudgmental environment to help you create new pathways for growth, meaning, self-compassion, and a better understanding of your life experiences. As a Certified Holistic Health Coach and counseling student completing my MA at Regis University, I use a holistic, mind-body approach and a variety of techniques to best serve your individual needs. I have experience working with depression, anxiety, emotional eating, eating disorders, self-esteem, and conflict resolution.

 

Jeff Lohrius, M.A.

Level Up Animation
4949 North Broadway Suite 204
Boulder, Boulder 80304

phone: 3038197139

Animation Art Therapy

Inherently therapeutic animation program serving youth / adolescents in the Boulder area

Utilizing the artistic workflow, programs, and methods used in cutting edge video game and movie production, Level Up Animation offers structure, guidance, as well as opportunities for self growth, self discovery, and positive self image for youth / adolescents. From initial storyboards and artwork to a fully formed animation, the process is inherently theraputic and promotes positive choice making and empowering life skills.

Offering both individual and group studio sessions

For more information please contact: jeff@levelupanimation.com

 

Jennifer Long

Align Hypnotherapy and Counseling
3035 West 25th Ave
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 720-207-7792

I am a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist and Hypnotic-EMDR practitioner. I specialize in: * Stress Management * Recovery from Trauma and Anxiety * Intuitive Development * Creativity Enhancement * Block Clearing * Weight Mastery * Habit Reformation

I take a unique, body-centered approach to therapy that is client-directed. My goal is to help my clients find their "inner alignment" and actualize their goals. I have extensive experience in working with PTSD as a victim's advocate. As a published writer, I understand the creative process and work with clients on clearing blocks to creativity. You can live your best life right here, right now. It is an honor for me to be a guide to facilitate that journey. Please visit my website at www.alignhypnotherapy.com for more information.

 

Timothy Long



phone: 720 328 0897

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Timothy Long is a transpersonal psychotherapist, relationship and communication coach in Boulder, Colorado with over 20 years experience offering a variety of holistic approaches to healing. He is also a naturopathic health practitioner, writer, speaker, artist and dancer. His clients are national and international, and he works as easily by telephone as in-person.

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Valerie A Lorig, M.A.

Auspicious Coincidence Counseling
1800 30th Street
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-704-8194

Working experientially & somatically with mindfulness helps individual's access issues directly. A client's insight is worth a thousand words! I facilitate emotional well-being regarding personal and relational difficulties, grief, codependence, partners coping with sexual addiction, betrayal, divorce, sex, trauma, developmental wounds, anxiety, depression, self-esteem and self-image issues. Mindfulness in therapy gently reveals strengths as well as undesirable behaviors. In a safe, non-judgmental environment, individuals are invited to explore issues that often reside beneath consciousness. By becoming curious about who we are, we begin to accept our humanity in order to heal. Methods include: Contemplative Psychology, Hakomi Experiential, Brainspotting Trauma, Gestalt, Person-Centered, Gestalt, TA, & Brief Therapy.

 

Brenda J. Lott

Brenda J Lott M.S.W.
7860 East Berry Place Suite 120
Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111

phone: (303) 578-6196

My name is Brenda Lott and I specialize in helping teens and adults overcome the effects of Depression, PTSD, past sexual abuse, Conversion Disorder, and domestic violence. As a seasoned therapist, I draw on my formal education, past clinical experience, and the wisdom that comes with age. . I also rely on proven therapeutic techniques, ongoing research, and theology to provide effective counseling and psychotherapy. If you are tired of living with needless emotional pain, YOUR HEALING CAN START TODAY with one phone call!

 

Kimberly J Lubuguin, Ph.D.

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613 Walnut Street
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720.213.5706

I focus on the strengths of the child, adolescent, and family and use this as a basis for developing interventions that are tailored to the specific needs and take into account family routines and rituals. I work with the families to set attainable goals. Provide services for families with children/ adolescents with ADD/ADHD,disruptive behavior disorders,family issues, eating disorders,anxiety, depression, school phobia, consultation and managing pediatric and adolescent chronic illness (e.g., Asthma, Diabetes)at home and at school. Helping manage transitions and adjustment for children, adolescents, and families (e.g., starting a new school, moving, coping with parent's separation/divorce/remarriage).I have extensive experience working with families with children/adolescents with ADHD assessment, therapy, and parenting skills training.

 

Kyle Lucas, M.A., L.P.C.

Ability Counseling LLC
8745 W 14th Ave #120
Lakewood, CO 80215

I received my Master's Degree in Forensic Psychology from the University of Denver in 2008. I have been working as a therapist for approximatley five years in various settings for private agencies. I will begin attending a PhD program at the University of Northern Colorado in the fall of 2011. While working towards this degree, I have decided to open my own practice. During my time working as a therapist, I have worked with children, adolescents and adults of all ages. I have specialized in the area of working with individuals with developmental disabilities. I received my Licensed Professional Counselor licensure with the state of Colorado in November 2010.

 

Lonna Lucas, L.P.C., C.A.C. II

Private Practice at People House
3035 W. 25th Ave.
Denver, CO 80221

phone: 303-519-7434

Participating in therapy is an investment in yourself. It is an active and creative collaboration between client and therapist. I strive to create a supportive and safe environment where clients can feel encouraged to work towards growth and healing. I draw from different theoretical approaches to best meet the unique needs of each client. My clients say they feel understood, inspired, and hopeful when working with me.

 

Kelly Luck, L.A.C., L.P.C.



phone: 303-819-6313

Shared office space available immediately. Located at 2523 Broadway St in Boulder.
Beautiful building and office space. Clean and professional waiting room. Flexible days/hours $250 a month.

 

Allison Lufkin, M.A.

2769 Iris Avenue #109
Boulder, Colorado (CO) 801304

I have practiced with a wide variety of populations and modalities of therapy over the past five years. My clientele has ranged from children(ages 4-17), adults, juveniles coming out of the court system returning to their families, couples, families, and both adult and adolescent substance abusers.

The therapy process can help you to develop a deeper connection to your true feelings, more authentic communication, healthier and more satisfying relationships, a clearer path through life, and an increased sense of being more "yourself". I take an eclectic approach, using talk therapy, play, insight into family relationships, and exploring beliefs developed in childhood and how they influence your current patterns and choices.

 

Kristin Lukela, M.A.

Inner Wisdom LLC
2010 W 120th Ave Ste. 105
Westminster, CO 80234

phone: 303-921-7261
 

Jennifer Lusk, M.S., L.P.C., C.A.C. III

Living Your Dance
Building C, 80 Garden Center, #18
Broomfield, CO 80020

phone: 303-882-9065

Using a warm, present and intuitive style, I trust your inner knowing within your process of unfolding and moving through the changes, challenges or transformations you may be experiencing in mind, body and spirit. I am a reflective, compassionate witness and facilitator to that process offering a safe space for your process and experience. Areas of focus are personal growth, life transitions, chemical dependency & recovery, grief & loss, depression & anxiety, trauma, relationship challenges, including codependency and narcissistic abuse recovery. My approach is eclectic,including use of EMDR, mindfulness and energy psychology methods. To find out more, go to www.livingyourdance.com. Weekend and evening appointments available. Convenient location and easy parking.

 

Rebecca Luttrell, M.A., L.P.C.C

545 Collyer Street
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: (720) 449-6822

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As a Contemplative Psychotherapist, I provide a non-judgmental and compassionate space to explore challenging life circumstances--past and present--that are currently creating suffering. Whether you are struggling with anxiety, grief, depression, a major life transition, or issues in your relationship, my intention is to help you move through and grow from your experience.

My approach is creative and intuitive. I believe in each individual's inherent health and wisdom. My goal is to work collaboratively with you, finding the path to that inherent wisdom. Sessions focus on deepening awareness of obstacles blocking that path, recognizing the wisdom of "bad" habits, and utilizing your strengths so you can grow and live more in alignment with your values.

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Glenda Lynn

Imagine Waking Up
844 Main St., Ste 202
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 303 469 1777

I am an intuitive spiritual counselor and what makes my practice unique; my clients donÕt stay in therapy for long. If you are not satisfied with your life and want change I invite you to come in for your first session at n/c. Come in and experience the energy of Tai Yi. An ancient Chinese healing technique that releases core beliefs held in the cellular memory of the body.

 

Janice Lynne

218 Washington Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80521

phone: 970 472 5855
 

April A Lyons, M.A., L.P.C.

1790 30th Street Suite 270
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 3038956058
website: www.aprillyonspsychotherapyboulder.com

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I have an MA in Somatic Psychotherapy and my body-centered approach can help individuals develop the ability to listen to their body in order to understand the core issues that are causing problems in life. I offer a free 30-minute consultation.

Please feel free to check out my website to learn more about my practice at: http://www.aprillyonspsychotherapyboulder.com

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George Rankin MacIlwinen, M.A., L.P.C., C.A.C. I

Thorodin Counseling & Consulting, LLC
4769 Iris Ave. Ste. 114
Boulder, Co 80304

phone: 7204323147

I am the creator of CBST™, a method combining Personal Training/Bodybuilding with Somatic Psychotherapy. One of my goals is to help others achieve a healthy lifestyle in terms of their beliefs, habitual emotions and physical bodies.

I offer individual and group Psychotherapy and Personal Fitness Training (ACE-CPT). I am also certified in Gestalt & Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy (GEP) and trained by the SPI. One or more of these methods may be combined to address anxiety, relationship issues, depression, trauma/ptsd, substance abuse, and spiritual alignment.

Providing therapeutic services to college students/young adults in transition, and professional teams, my company Thorodin Counseling & Consulting, LLC, contracts with it's network of allied professionals to provide a team approach to counseling and supportive services.

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Julie Mack, Ph.D.

Julie Mack, Ph.D., P.C.
7916 Niwot Road
Niwot, Co 80503

phone: 970-227-2740

Move beyond surviving to thriving! My areas of therapeutic expertise include Personal Growth, Self-Improvement, Trauma/PTSD, Emotional Balancing (Anxiety, Depression, Mood Dysregulation/Bipolar), Consciousness, and Spirituality. I frequently use EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) to help clients make desired physical, emotional, behavioral changes and/or spiritual growth and integration. In addition to office sessions, I conduct Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy. Horses are grounding, powerful, and uplifting. By reminding you how to access inner wisdom, horses help you discover your authentic self. Animal Communication is also my pleasure and joy. As valued members of the family, pets are affected by the emotions of their people. They love helping you know who you really are. www.juliemackphd.com juliemackphd@gmail.com

 

Sue Maclaren, L.P.C., C.A.C. III



phone: 720-312-2612

Certified Facilitator of The Work of Byron Katie. Over 20 years of experience in addictions and mental health field

 

Amy Maddox, M.A.

Pikes Peak Counseling
19753 East Pikes Peak Court, Suites 102 & 103
Parker, CO 80138

phone: 720 244 0899

Individual, Family and Group Counseling. Specializing in Child and Adolescent Counseling in a variety of different areas including but not limited to divorce, blended families, grief and loss, social skills, school and family-related issues. Visit the Pikes Peak Counseling website at www.pikespeakcounseling.com.

 

Renee Madison, M.A., L.P.C.

The Intimacy Center
8771 Wolff Ct. #210
Westminster, CO 80031

phone: 303-257-7623

I work with couples, individuals, teens, children and groups. I utilize many therapy techniques according to what the client needs.

As Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) I see couples, individuals, and have therapy groups for men who are sex addicts and a group of wives of sex addicts.

I do trauma work with Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) for abuse and neglect victims including children.

I have 2 offices: Westminster and Fort Collins.

 

Amanda Mahan

Restorative Integration
613 Kimbark Street
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: 720-438-4353 or 720-938-8715

Amanda offers psychotherapeutic services in English and Spanish for dealing with internal conflict, intense emotion and relationship conflict. Her training is in Contemplative Psychology and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). She is currently studying for her doctorate in Criminal Psychology and is conducting research in restorative justice and shame. For more information visit her website: www.restorativeintegration.com

 

Marilyn Haas Maher, Ph.D.

2350 17th Avenue, Suite 104
Longmont, CO 80503

phone: 303-775-3621

Interpersonal, psychodynamic therapy is the foundation of my clinical training, with more recent study of attachment and neurobiology research. I have been a licensed psychologist for twenty years, and have held faculty and supervisory positions with substance abuse counselors, disabilities services, military personnel, and medical residents and psychology interns. In my Longmont practice, I combine the insight gained within a supportive therapeutic relationship and a variety of intervention methods to help each individual grow toward emotional balance. Much of my focus is on helping adults resolve emotional problems arising from traumatic early relationships or those triggered within current relationships at home, at work, or socially. I accept insurance benefits, and am happy to discuss any questions about how I might be helpful.

 

Polly Mahoney, L.C.S.W.

1230 Wildwood Rd.
Bouldeer, Colorado 80305

phone: 303 494 0596

Looking for a counselor who accepts medicare and other insurance? Polly Mahoney has over forty years experience providing psychotherapy to individual adults, children, families, and seniors. A senior herself, Polly is familiar with issues of aging: she also works with anxiety, loss, loneliness, illness, depression, end-of-life, isolation, relationships and disability

 

Barb Maiberger, M.A., L.P.C.

Maiberger Institute


Barb Maiberger, MA, LPC is the author of “EMDR Essentials: A Guide for Clients and Therapists”. She teaches therapists EMDR as an integrative trauma therapy through weekend trainings and consultation. Barb is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Colorado and has a Masters degree in Somatic Psychology. She is an EMDRIA Approved Provider of the EMDR Basic Training and Consultant. Barb’s knowledge, experience, keen sense of empathy, and a strong presence have motivated hundreds of therapists to incorporate EMDR into their practices.

 

Christopher Maier, M.A., L..P.C., M.A.

Whole Story
4340 E. Kentucky Ave
Glendale, CO 80246

phone: 303.477.7833

"When your story is no longer adequate for your life." Depth psychotherapy and spiritual-life coaching. Specialize in the overlap of three areas: love, trauma, and spirituality. Draw on 35 years of spiritual practices from Buddhist, Christian, Sufi and Diamond Heart school of inner work, former faculty member at the Transpersonal Counseling Psych. dept, Naropa.

 

Mickey Mangold, M.A., L.P.C.



phone: 303-388-4848

A practitoner of the healing arts for over 20 years, Mickey specializes in body-centered psychotherapy. This increasingly popular and effective style of therapy supports and works with the idea that the body and mind are not separate. Our bodies express our thoughts and emotions through sensation and movement, and our minds are continuously affected by the movements and habitual patterns of our bodies. In psychotherapy sessions, Mickey actively engages the body through awareness, movement, and touch to create interventions that deepen and support the process of psycho-emotional change. By taking the psychotherapy process from being a purely mental or intellectual activity to a connection with your entire body, you will naturally experience your true self in an accelerated and persistent way.

 

Daria Mann, M.Ed

Hypnotherapist, CCHT
6535 S Dayton st, suite 1950
Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111

phone: 3033581293

I help children and adults change their subconscious thoughts to stop smoking; lose weight; stop nail biting or skin picking, temper tantrums, bed-wetting; relieve pain, anxiety, and phobias; gain confidence, self-esteem, and success; and help with learning disabilities. Other concerns-just ask! This is powerful and all natural. I am a registered psychotherapist.

 

Marie Mannatt, M.A.

Calming the Heart, LLC
2975 Valmont Road Suite 300
Boulder, Colorado 80301

phone: 5412619773

Marie has a private practice in Boulder, Colorado, called Calming the Heart. Her work focuses on helping clients befriend and welcome all parts of themselves and is rooted in mindfulness. She helps clients move from suffering, or the spirit of seriousness, and begin to rekindle the spirit of play. As a transpersonal therapist, she integrates ancient wisdom with modern psychology.

She has been a student of Dr. Betty Cannon, learning and practicing Applied Existential Psychotherapy (AEP) and Gestalt for the last three years. AEP interlaces the insights of contemporary existential and psychodynamic approaches with techniques inspired by Gestalt and other experiential therapies. She works with individuals, couples and families.

Marie was married for 26 years and brings her 25 years of teaching children, and the raising of her own four child

 

Marie Mannatt, M.A.

Calming the Heart, LLC
2975 Valmont Suite 300
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-219-0231
website: www.mariemannatt.com

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Marie has a private practice in Boulder, Colorado. Her work focuses on helping clients befriend and welcome all parts of themselves and is rooted in mindfulness. Her work helps clients move from suffering or the spirit of seriousness and begin to rekindle the spirit of play. She integrates ancient wisdom with modern psychology. She works with individuals, couples and families. She also shares a practice focusing on Co Therapy for couples called Grounded Hearts. Marie brings her 25 years of teaching children and the raising of her own four children as part of her wisdom basket and sees herself as a midwife for the inner journey where she helps clients birth and integrate all aspects of themselves. She is adjunct faculty at Naropa University teaching Gestalt. Marie has actively been engaged in her own inner work for the past 30 years, is a

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Dee Marcotte, L.P.C.

3035 W. 25th Avenue
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 303-829-6422

My practice covers a variety of areas. I refer to myself as a "general practitioner". My specialty areas are: couples, trauma and sex addiction

 

Gail Margolis, B.A., M.A.

Gail Margolis Wholistic Psychotherapy
10771 N 49th Street
Longmont, CO 80503

phone: 203-837-0220

Gail Margolis Wholistic Psychotherapy has joined the Pachamama Wellness team! She is currently accepting new clients in her beautiful office space at Pachamama Farm.

Gail Margolis, Registered Psychotherapist, received her Master's degree from the Transpersonal Counseling Psychology program at Naropa University. She has training and/or certification in yoga, astrology, herbalism, nutrition, mindfulness practices, ritual/ceremony, and Reiki. Gail has a unique approach to healing that integrates many different modalities so her clients can achieve true, whole healing.

Gail acknowledges that we all experience pain, AND that we also all contain everything we need to heal and transform. She functions as a guide to help you relate with your pain and uncover your inherent wisdom, wholeness, and aliveness.

Read more at: www.gailmargolis.com

 

Katie Markley, M.A., L.P.C.

Katie Markley Counseling: Mind-Body Resilience
665 Poplar Ave
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 5415137769

My approach is to travel with you on the journey of self-discovery, offering non-judgmental assistance and blending a combination of modalities from my training to suit your needs. These modalities involve both art therapy and body-centered trauma work.

I am trained in Transpersonal Psychology, which acknowledges the whole person, body, mind and spirit. Teaching mindfulness technique, allows you to take care of yourself in new and creative ways. It is important to me that those I work with learn skills to continue their progress outside of therapy, empowering you to find peace and inspiration in your daily life.

Neuroscience provides the foundation for my work with clients and trauma. Helping you to understand your brain's functioning through a neuroscience perspective makes way for profound progress in resolving old traumas.

 

Jess Markowitz

Jess Markowitz, LLC


phone: 720-523-3139

I am an LSW, working with children, adolescents and adults. My areas of interest include gender/sexuality/LGBTQ-related issues, anxiety, mood disorders, disability (physical, developmental, intellectual), relationships, transitions and adjustments, self-esteem and body image, daily life stressors, trauma, play therapy, and issues around identity.

 

Chappell Marmon, L.C.S.W.

Boulder Valley Counseling


phone: 303-437-4158

Offering affordable, professional therapy for adults, families and couples. Specilizing in work with individuals wanting to improve their relationships, EMDR, and mood disorders (depression, anxiety, etc). I have an accessible and results oriented approach. Convenient office location in Downtown Boulder. Please contact me to set up a free consultation. To find out more, please visit my website: www.bouldervalleycounseling.org

 

Pamela T. Marsh, Psy.D., L.C.S.W.

360 South Monroe Street, Suite 390
Denver, CO 80209

phone: 303-316-5045

Over twenty years of mental health experience with both children and adults. Specialties include young children, trauma, mood and eating disorders, womens' issues and psychological assessment.

 

Joni Martin, M.S.

Neurofeedback of Colorado
1707 Main Street Suite 220
Longmont, CO 80542

phone: 303-829-2884

Joni Martin MSC/SC, has worked with children in the foster care system for the last several years. She is a Registered Psychotherapist, Licensed School Counselor and Child and Family Investigator. In addition, she is the Department Head for the International Journal for Counseling the Modern Human's, Be Sane division. She is currently the Director at Neurofeedback of Colorado which trains the brain using the NeurOptimal™ system.

 

Amos D. Martinez, L.C.S.W.

Psychotherapy Practice Solutions, PLLC
119 Meadow Station Road
Parker, Colorado 80138

phone: 303-881-2730

Amos Martinez doing business as Psychotherapy Practice Solutions is a private mental health practice agency offering supervision for State Licensing, consultation to mental health providers, and education in mental health practice ethics or jurisprudence concerns. Dr. Martinez is a managing partner with MHOnTheLine, LLC, a company that provides legal services and business management solutions to mental health providers.

 

Molly Martyn, M.A.

Positive Lifestyle Solutions, LLC


phone: 720-252-1040

Hello, my name is Molly and I would be happy to be a partner in your emotional health pursuits. My practice is based in the Denver metro area. I work primarily from an integrative therapeutic approach. In my practice this includes cognitive behavioral therapy and existential therapy. Existentialism states that you do not simply exist, but rather always decide what your existence will be, what you will become in the next moment. Existentialisim is about self-determination and the will to overcome. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is very popular and effective. It is based on the idea that our thoughts cause our feelings and behaviors, not external things, like people, situations, and events.

 

Cristina Masetti, B.A., M.A.

3400 Table Mesa Dr
Boulder, CO 80305

phone: 720-352-1344

During the session I facilitate, in a safe and supportive setting, the expression of the client's internal world through the use of art materials. The image created gives us insights on the nature of the problem as well as on the resources that can be employed to start the healing process.

 

Miriam Maslanik, Ph.D., M.A., L.P.C.



phone: 3034995903
website: www.feelingsaredelicious.com

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My passion lies in helping women develop a healthy relationship with food. This means working on the issues that lead to eating disorders, disordered eating, compulsive overeating, binge-eating and 'yo-yo' dieting. These issues may include relationship problems, depression, anxiety, obsessive and compulsive behaviors in other parts of your life, etc. Effective therapy for food-related behaviors also includes training to help you break the destructive and problematic diet-binge cycles, while learning to pay attention to your body's own hunger and fullness signals. Therapy is compassionate, nonjudgemental, and understanding.

My clientele are women from 18-75! At the request of the client, I will be happy to include partner/spouse/family/friends in therapy, when that involvement enhances her success.

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Nikolas Maslow, M.A., L.P.C.

Acumen, LLC
1634 Walnut Street Suite 221
Boulder, Colorado 80302

phone: 719-214-0004

I provide individual therapy, group and individual supervision for recent master's level graduates and have been providing counseling services for over 7 years. I have worked with clients struggling with co-occurring mental health issues and substance abuse issues for several years, as well as a wide variety of other populations. I received my graduate training in the Contemplative Psychotherapy Master's Program at Naropa University. I have received post-graduate training in group therapy, family therapy, trauma and anxiety, mindfulness-based interventions, and substance abuse counseling. I have trained under some of the most influential clinicians in the country and am eager to share my experience and passion with you.

 

Ted I Mathis, M.A., L.P.C.

Resonance Counseling
12500 W. 58th Ave, Suite 220
Arvada, CO 80002

phone: (720) 319-1267

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) trained in Prepare/Enrich assessment (for couple's counseling). I have also completed both Level I and Level II of the Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) training. I specialize in couple's therapy and also in the treatment of survivors of trauma and abuse. My office is in Arvada, CO, near Ward Road and 58th Avenue. For more information, see my website at http://www.tedmathis.net/

 

Catherine Mathon, MA, LPC, M.A., M.S., L.P.C.

Opal Counseling Center,LLC
1480 Lee Hill Dr
Boulder, Colorado 80304

phone: 720-507-6725

I am specialized in Equine Assisted Synergetic Play Therapy. I strive in helping children, adolescents, and their families cultivate their strengths and discover the powerful connection among the mind, body, and spirit. I work with the effects of Trauma, Neglect and Addictions. A cornerstone of my work is linking emotions and physical sensations to facilitate understanding, development, and healing. With training in counseling psychology and expertise in international executive management, my focus on attachment, addictions, trauma and multicultural identity formation has developed naturally out of my own experience. I am trilingual in English, French and German.

 

Taya Matoy, M.A.

2990 Glenwood Dr., Ste 102
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 720 323 8224

Offering Opportunities for advancement in your personal and professional life through creative arts expression, psychotherapy and skills acquisition, always emphasizing and celebrating diversity.

 

Lisa Mazzola, M.A., L.P.C.

P.O. Box 678
Lafayette, CO 80026

phone: 303-845-0669

Everybody needs help once in a while and you are no exception. A crisis does not have to be a bad thing. For the past 20 years I have helped people use their crises to propel themselves into a better life. Become the person you always wanted to be. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor as well as a Licensed Spiritual Health Coach.

 

Alan McAllister, CCHt. PhD-phys, Ph.D.

Whole Being Explorations
100 Arapahoe Ave, Bldg 1, #2D
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303 545 5562

Transpersonal Psychotherapy, Hypnotherapy, Energy Psychology, Spiritual Guidance, Peak Performance, Transitions, Anxiety, Patterns and Habits, Regressions (Present and Past Life), Body/Mind/Soul Integration

 

Mary Ann McAndrews, M.A., L.P.C.



phone: 720-365-5081

One or more traumas can lead to chronic anxiety and depression, as well as problems with thinking and functioning. EMDR is a ground-breaking treatment technique which has helped many victims of trauma, including first responders affected by the tragic attacks in Oklahoma City and New York, Vietnam and Iraq service veterans, and victims of violent crimes and domestic abuse. Many who have suffered single or repeated trauma in childhood have been helped by their treatment with EMDR. For more information on this highly effective approach, go to www.emdria.org. Private pay accepted, and third party documentation provided. Evening and Saturday appointments. Sliding scale available. Southeast Denver location.

 

Alison McCabe, B.A., M.S.

5000 Butte St. #86
Boulder, Colorado 80301

I am a certified Gestalt Equine Psychtherapist. I provide low-cost equine therapy based on the idea that horses offer the chance to explore and work through relational blocks and engrained patterns, as well as heal from trauma, insecure attachment, and lack of regulation and focus.

 

Alison McCabe, B.A., M.S., MFT

8778 Arapahoe Rd.
Boulder, CO 80303

Very low cost family, couples, and parenting therapy and psychoeducation. I work in the office, outside, and with horses on the property. Equine rarely is an intensive, solution-focused relationship morality that helps families, couples and parents to see what and how to make things work for all people involved. I offer weekend intensives, weekly sessions, or one time consultations.

 

Sharon M McCaffrey, L.C.S.W.

410 Main Street
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: 303 437-7812
 

Courtney McCall, L.P.C.C

Solas Counseling: Healing Through Horses, LLC


phone: 303-746-0187

Solas Counseling is committed to working toward healing the whole person in a holistic way through being in relationship with horses and the natural world. I strive to provide affordable counseling services to individuals, couples, and families in the community who are interested in an alternative, holistic, eco-therapeutic, nature-based approach to therapy. I believe that therapy should be available to anyone who is seeking healing and improvement in their lives. Treatment is tailored to the specific needs of my clients, which is performed in a collaborative, open manner.

 

Rebekah K McClaskey, M.A.

Transform Now Counseling
700 Front Street
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 303-917-7226

The losses in my life have taught me how to truly live. I understand what it takes to transform sorrow into joy. I am here to help you do the same.I lost both my parents during my twenties so I understand the confusion, grief, and pain of having a loved one die. I specialize in relationship endings and new beginnings. I will support you every step of the way as we journey together on your path of healing.

 

Annie McClure, BSOT. CHT

Front Range Hypnosis, LLC
4800 W. 80th Ave Suite 281
Westminster, Colorado 80030

phone: 303-875-2663

Front Range Hypnotherapy, LLC website: anniemcclure.com

I have a degree in Occupational Therapy, Columbia University Medical Center, NYC and practiced in that field for over 20 years I am qualified in Advanced Medical Hypnotherapy and Pain Management through the Denver School of Hypnotherapy. I received my certifications in both Whole Health and Transpersonal Hypnotherapy with Zoileta Grant in Longmont. In addition to working with smoking cessation, weight reduction, allergy management, gastric and laryngopharyngeal reflux, I work with men for symptom reduction and management of Benign Prostate Hyperplasia. I also work with test and performance anxiety reduction.

Refer to website for Front Range Hypnotherapy for further information.

 

Leslie A. McCormick, M.A., L.P.C.

Revolutions, L.L.C.
5378 Sterling Drive, Studio 2
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 720-284-1197
website: www.movementrevolutions.com

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A somatic psychotherapist and registered dance/movement therapist, I am passionate about nurturing change through collaboration with my clients. I believe meaningful and enduring change comes about through a combination of authentic relationship, accessing and respecting the unconscious, courage, new experiences, and practice.

I blend subtle somatic techniques, dance/movement therapy, dreamwork, and close attention to words and stories to facilitate clients’ access to the potent keys of transformation that lie within.

My areas of particular interest and specialization include working with the somatic impacts of oppression, trauma, body image, anxiety, depression, chronic illness, and self-actualization.

I also work with child clients through play therapy and dance/movement therapy.

You may learn more at www.movementrevolutions.com

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Margaret (Peg) Mary McCormick, R.N., M.A.

Listening2cancer.com
750 East 12th Avenue, Suite 208
Denver, CO 80203

phone: 507-400-2778

Peg is a nurse-psychotherapist, cancer survivor and founder of Listening to Cancer, a practice specializing in dealing with the emotional impact of cancer, and the spiritual questions this experience often raises. She earned her bachelor's in science degree in nursing from the University of Minnesota and her master's in transpersonal counseling psychology from the graduate school of psychology of Naropa University. Peg is available for individual or group work with people affected by cancer or other life-threatening illness. Jean Sinoda Bolen, M.D., psychiatrist, explains how to choose a therapist for this work. 'Seek a therapist who loves the work-whose soul and heart are in it; someone for whom psychotherapy is her own soul work. When your life depends on finding meaning, the guide to your process must have found her way there.'

 

Jessica McCrea, Psy.D.

1244 Pine St.
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303.247.0408

I am a psychologist with 17 years of experience. I have had two thriving practices, first serving clients in the Los Angeles film industry, now working with adult individuals and couples in downtown Boulder. I am intent on helping my clients overcome their suffering, become better regulated and achieve greater authenticity.

My expertise is in psychoanalytic therapy, interpersonal neurobiology (the study of relationships, the mind and the brain), and positive psychology.

I incorporate powerful tools such as Brainspotting, EMDR, and mindfulness practice into our work to help you to move through emotionally charged issues and make lasting changes.

In addition to providing psychotherapy, I offer business coaching to professionals.

Feel free to call me for a complimentary 15 minute consultation.

 

Catie McDowell, L.M.F.T.

75 Manhattan Drive, Suite 202
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303-494-6877

Catie brings twenty years of experience to her work as an individual and couples therapist. She has been in private practice in Boulder for over 10 years as a general psychotherapist with specialties in Pregnancy and Post-partum Adjustment, Mood issues, and Trauma. For more information about her work, go to www.catiemcdowell.com

 

Alison E McGinty, M.A., L.P.C.

1633 Filmore St.Ste. 390
Denver, CO 80209

phone: 303.921.6306

As a trained art therapist with a passion for working with children, adolescents, and women, I understand how trauma, oppression, life challenges, loss, and major transitions can lead us to feel disconnected from ourselves and others. I guide individuals in reconnecting with their deeper selves and addressing their needs through the use of art therapy and other therapeutic modalities, such as play therapy, EMDR, and mindfulness techniques. Change is possible. Whether you are struggling with past trauma, depression and anxiety, loss, or relationship issues, I will work with you with great compassion, guiding you to effectively make changes and discover and create new habits that better serve you in creating the life that you want. For more information, please visit my website alisonmcginty.com.

 

Kathryn McGuirk MSW, LCSW, CACII, L.C.S.W., M.S.W., C.A.C. II

Porchlight Therapy and Addiction, L.L.C
100 Arapahoe Rd., suite #12
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 970-281-5633

My passion is working with college students and young adults on a variety of issues ranging from times of transitions and relationships to major mental illness and substance abuse. I have been providing supportive mental health therapy for ten years and utilize a straight-forward, compassionate approach.

 

Tammy Lea McKaskle, M.A.

Balanced Transitions
1800 30th Street Suite 207
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-946-6070

I graduated from the Contemplative Psychotherapy department at Naropa University after an undergraduate education at the University of Washington. I have five-years experience in the mental health field.

I specialize in life transitions and loss/grief. Related fields in which I also have experience are trauma recovery, sexual abuse/trauma, depression, anxiety, and eating disorders.

My use of mindfulness and acceptance-based techniques encourages a compassionate exploration of your experience, and a collaborative relationship towards balance and well-being. Additionally, my training in neuropsychology will inform our work towards integrating the many levels of mind, body and spirit.

To learn more about me (photos, location, orientation,etc.), I invite you to visit my website at www.balancedtransitions. com.

 

Sarah McKelvey, M.A.

Healthy Mind & Body of the Rockies
2305 E. Arapahoe Rd., Suite 123
Centennial, CO 80121

phone: 720.663.8827

As a master’s level psychotherapist, I practice out of the humanistic-existential tradition of human potential: nurturing, encouraging, and uplifting the human spirit who seeks help because it suffers, is wounded, or is lost. I work with individual adults in the rejuvenating space of a wellness center. I have developed a keen ability to deeply come to access and understand clients’ true, beautiful, glorious selves. I help clients navigate life transitions, grief and loss, mood instability, anxiety, stress, low self-confidence, chronic worry, relationship challenges, addictive behaviors, and time / space mismanagement.

If you may be interested in working with me, take me up on my offer of a free consultation session, where we'll begin to explore together. Please see further details at www.hmboftherockies.com/file/Sarah_McKelvey.html.

 

Erin K. McMaugh, L.C.S.W.



phone: (720) 626-4105

Erin has completed advanced clinical training at New York University, Ackerman Institute for the Family, the Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies, and with Dr. Diane Poole Heller. For the last decade, Erin has been providing treatment to adults, groups, and couples both in private practice and in outpatient settings such as NewYork-Presbyterian's Community Healthcare Network where she served as Clinical Supervisor for the outpatient mental health program, overseeing the clinical training and practice of mental health therapists in clinics throughout New York City. After too many years away from the Front Range, Erin recently fulfilled her dream of returning to Colorado to live and practice in the state she loves to call home.

 

Rob McNamara, M.A.



phone: 303-842-6018

Rob is a professor of Human Development and Transpersonal Psychology at Naropa University where he trains psychotherapists. Rob offers his clients unique perspectives on working with their issues from vantage points unavailable to more conventionally oriented therapists. You will be challenged to both embody the fullness of your situation and supported in liberating yourself from the grips of your issues. Not only will Rob help bring greater resolution to your most pressing demands in life he will also orient your attention, body and mind to your excellence and greatness in life. Where most therapy gets lost in problems, Rob's psychotherapeutic approach yokes together working with your limitations and your greatest genius.

Schedule an appointment today to reserve your session. To learn more about Rob visit www.RobMcNamara.com

 

Emily McNeil, M.A., L.P.C.

2680 18th St. Suite 150A
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 303-817-0730

I offer counseling for young children (0-8), caregivers and families, pregnant women, and foster/adoptive parents. I use play, movement, and the family’s inherent wisdom to support families through challenging times. My specialties include working with traumatized children (including those who have experienced medical trauma), strengthening attachment relationships among family members (particularly in foster/adoptive families), helping children who have sensory integration problems, and providing support to families with children with developmental delays and complex medical histories. I also have years of experience working with children on the autism spectrum and with helping mothers experiencing post-partum depression. In addition to individual and family counseling, I offer parenting classes and therapeutic groups for children.

 

JoAnna McTevia, M.S.W., RPT

Mind & Bodhi Therapy, LLC
12021 Pennsylvania St. Ste 205-D
Thornton, CO 80241

phone: 720-550-26-77

I am a registered psychotherapist working toward my clinical licensure in social work. I work with adults, adolescents and tweens struggling with anxiety, depression, PTSD or just a desire to balance life and experience more joy. I am trained in EMDR and brainspotting and have a special interest in complex PTSD. I have extensive experience with dual diagnosis and Asperger's syndrome.
I provide a free half hour consultation with offices in Thornton and Longmont. I am happy to accept Crime Victim Compensation and probation vouchers and I am able to provide a sliding fee to qualified clients.

 

Veronique Mead, M.D., M.A.

Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303 527 0551

Specializing in Health Symptoms, including Chronic Illness, through body-based therapies, which address long-term effects of trauma and stress. Facilitating congruence between passion and livelihood, balance in personal and work life, to support optimal functioning.

 

Tristin Mead-Rodrigues, M.S., L.P.C.

Tree of Life Wellness Services, LLC
2640 W. 28th Ave.
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 720-280-4368

I provide a variety of services to help clients feel healthy, vibrant, and whole including professional counseling, nutritional consultations, EMDR, and Reiki energy work. I see adults, couples, and teens. I specialize in emotional eating issues, changing patterns, self-esteem, relationships, depression, and anxiety. I also help people with nutritional consultations to lose weight and meet their wellness goals. I have a practical, down to earth, compassionate style and try to help clients feel comfortable talking with me. My ultimate goal is to help clients create a healthy, satisfying, and balanced life for themselves. Call today to schedule an appointment!

http://www.treeoflifewellnessservices.com

 

Josh Medley, M.A., L.P.C.

New Leaf Counseling
75 Manhattan Drive Suite 302
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 7202630358

Life difficulties can be challenging - but very positive outcomes can come from facing them. Transformation and healing truly do happen. They come from new experiences and insights, and getting support to try new behaviors in a supportive context. The wholeness of you is capable, unafraid, dynamic and alive - as you get more deeply in touch with your wholeness, things move. Compassion, understanding, and new growth arise.

I hold a strong, gentle safe space where you can collect yourself and in that, I help you find clarity with what's happening. This dissolves obstacles - sometimes quickly. Specialties: depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, men's issues, couples . Come for a free first session with no obligation to see if working with me is a good fit.

 

Tasha K. Medley, M.A.

Play Therapy of Boulder
2300 Canyon Blvd. Suite #5
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720 296 5857

Are you worried and/or frustrated with some of your child’s behavior? Play therapy is the research based treatment of choice for children struggling with: trauma, adoption and foster-care, hospitalization and illness, abuse, divorce, grief, anxiety and withdrawn behavior, aggression and acting out behavior, depression, and neglect. I can help you have a more harmonious and enjoyable relationship with your child. Research shows play therapy can help children learn: to respect themselves and others, identify their feelings and that their feelings are acceptable, self-control, to be creative and resourceful in confronting problems, self-direction, self-acceptance, and to make responsible choices. Why wait to help your child gain a sense of understanding and comfort over difficult situations? Call today for a free consultation.

 

Andrea Meier, Ph.D.

Flourish! Personal Coaching and Consulting


phone: 303-810-9125
website: www.flourishwithcoaching.com

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Are you pursuing a cherished goal, but find yourself feeling stuck? You may have discovered you don't quite know how to get started. Or once started, you have lost your focus and momentum. Or, you may have realized a goal and are wondering "What's next?"

Working with a coach can help you flourish. You learn to tap into your strengths, clarify your goals, be strategic in identifying and deploying your resources. You learn how stay focused and energized so that you make satisfying progress in realizing your goals, while also sustaining your wellbeing. I use evidence-based and energy psychology-based approaches in my coaching. A general life coach, I have special expertise in adult ADD, career, and wellness coaching.

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Auburn Meisner, B.A., LSW, M.S.W.

Intimate Inquiries, LLC
376 2nd Avenue
Niwot, Colorado 80503

phone: 303-915-8900
website: www.intimateinquiries.com

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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.

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Rob Meltzer, M.A.

Northlight Family Services
8771 Wolff Court, #215
Westminster, CO 80031

phone: 303.650.2944

WRob Meltzer, M.A., C.E.P. is the founder and executive director of Northlight Family Services. Rob enjoys helping families find the best path forward and supports them with compassion and honesty. He has evaluated and visited hundreds of schools and programs throughout the United States. He is a therapist, certified educational planner, and a full member in good standing of the Independent Educational Consultant Association (IECA). He is a certified gestalt and expressive therapist and has completed 400 hours of training with the Southwest Association of Gestalt and Expressive Studies. In the past, Rob has been a teacher, school principal, wilderness program director, therapist, and university professor. He holds a B.A. in Natural Sciences from the University of Vermont and a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Prescott College.

 

Jennifer Melvin, L.C.S.W., M.S.W.

Boulder Integrated Counseling, PLLC


phone: 720-441-3258

At Boulder Integrated Counseling, we understand that it can be difficult for parents to know how to support their child when they're struggling and that taking the first step to finding the right support can be overwhelming. MaryAnn McGinnis, NCC and Jennifer Melvin, LCSW are a team of Licensed Psychotherapists and School Counselors who together have over 30 years of experience working with youth ages 11-19. Drawing on our training in counseling psychology and education, we bring our expertise to helping you and your child develop the critical skills needed to navigate these complex times. Our approach is grounded in a unique combination of exploring, strengthening, and promoting emotional and academic growth. We create a safe space for our clients to engage in therapy to gain insight and develop tools to live a more balanced life.

 

Helene R. Mentzel, M.S.W., L.C.S.W.

Ctr. for Holistic Psychotherapy & Coaching, LLC
357 S. McCaslin Blvd. Ste. 200
Louisville, Colorado 80027

phone: 303-664-5235
website: www.helenementzel.com

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Helene Mentzel is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in practice for over 20 years. She is trained in several modalities, including, but not limited to the following: EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, and Brainspotting. She specializes in Depression, Anxiety,Trauma,PTSD, & Postpartum Mood Disorders.

She runs support/workshops/groups for adults in significsnt relationships with someone with a Narcissistic Personality Disorder, including the following: parent(s), spouses, lovers, siblings, friends, and employers to help them overcome feelings of inadequacy, abandonment, need to be perfect,constant self criticism, and move towards enhancing a positive sense of self, empowerment, establishing good boundaries and creating healthy relationships.

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Stephanie Yost Mentzell, CPCC

The Whole Life Coach


phone: 303-325-3049

A Certified Professional Co-Active Coach specializing in leadership issues specific to women. With over 15 years working in women's empowerment initiatives and advocacy, her international phone practice thrives by igniting the fires of freedom and creativity under entrepreneurial endeavors and by helping mothers discover the "old me" underneath all the new roles. Aside from completing coaching certification and co-active leadership training with The Coaches Training Institute, one of the most highly regarded and accredited coaching and leadership training programs in the world, Stephanie also is a professional member of the International Coaching Federation, the Denver Coaching Federation and is the proud Founder of WiNGs (Women's Network Group of PA www.wngs.org). For a life-leadership sample session, visit www.TheWholeLifeCoach.com

 

Laura Menze, MBA, ACC

LifeQuest Alliance, Inc.
P.O. Box 350392
Westminster, CO 80035

phone: 847-650-6503

LifeQuest Alliance is a Life & Relationship Coaching Company that provides individual coaching, workshops (online & in-person), retreats, and group coaching along with corporate events and motivational speaking. The core of the business focuses on partnering with individuals in order to help them create and achieve their personal and professional goals ultimately living the life of their dreams. Utilizing a very positive approach, clients have discovered and pursued their passions, learned to manage and work with their co-workers, significant other, and family members more effectively, and took charge of their personal and professional lives through the empowerment of coaching. LifeQuest Alliance is focused on Helping Good People Become Great!

 

Heather Menzie, L.P.C.

Light Quest Counseling, LLC


I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who has been practicing psychotherapy since 2008. I am also registered with Yoga Alliance as a Yoga Therapist and integrate mindfulness and body-centered psychotherapy into my practice. My warmth and experience help set people at ease. I work with individuals, couples, and families who are experiencing grief and loss, anxiety, depression, trauma, disordered eating and/or have a family member in treatment. I have worked in both in-patient and out-patient settings and believe in the human capacity to heal and grow from difficult life events. I have a private practice in Boulder and am part of a group private practice in Denver.

 

Zina A. Mercil, M.A., L.P.C.C

Noeticus Counseling Center and Training Institute
190 E. 9th Ave, Suite #290
Denver, CO 80203

phone: (303)399-9988 x206

I am a body and movement based therapist using a trauma-informed and client-centered approach. I specialize in transitions, and working with individuals affected by chronic, critical, and life-threatening illness, as well as grief, loss, death, and dying. I emphasize empowering the self, while also being able to be in relationship. I have experience working with co-dependency, anxiety, depression, personality disorders, and addictive behavior and coping. Lastly, I am passionate about working with and training other clinicians and professionals on self-care, burnout, trauma-informed care, and resiliency.

 

Angela Jane Merrill, M.A., L.P.C.

2945 Center Green Court South
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 730-369-6320

Hello! I have been in the mental health field for over 12 years and specialize in working with young adults in transition, women, and families. I offer a non-judgmental and safe place to explore whatever blocks you are experiencing in your life. It may be depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship challenges, or just overall dissatisfaction with your life. You are ready for a change, and want to find the magic in life again. It is totally possible!

I work from a transpersonal and somatic perspective, and use neurobiology as the foundation of our work together. In addition, I am a trained wilderness therapist, so if time in nature supports your process, we will incorporate that as well. I also offer intensive monthly wellness packages if you are ready for a deep dive!

Welcome to a fresh start!

 

Carrie Merscham, Psy.D.

Colorado Therapy Care, PC
950 Logan St, Suite 101
Denver, Colorado 80203

phone: 303-355-6682

Effective and compassionate individual and family therapy specializing in the treatment of anxiety, trauma and depression. Long and short term treatment available. See my website at www.coloradotherapycare.com for more details.

 

Rosann Messere, M.A., N.C.C.

844 Main Street Suite 203
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 303-549-4257

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We provide individual and group psychotherapy at our office on Main Street in Louisville.

Whatever situation or challenges you may be facing, we'll work together to discover and develop personal resourcefulness, move out of "stuckness" and toward possibility and freedom, live more fully embodied in the world, relate more directly and authentically with others, and meet the world with a spirit of possibility and play.

Learn more about us at our website at tangledrootscounseling.com

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Brad Metzler, M.A., L.P.C.

Autonomy Therapeutic Services
825 E. Speer Blvd. Suite 209
Denver, Colorado 80218

phone: 720-878-2588

I believe we function best and perform at our highest level when we discover and nourish the autonomy and freedom in our lives. By understanding why we choose one thing over another, and accepting the anxiety inherent in this exploration, we control our world rather than being controlled by it.

 

Erica Michaels Hollander, Ph.D.

Hollander Institute for Human Development & Family Growth
10561 Sandstone Run
Littleton, Co 80125

phone: 303 978 9091

Doctorate in Human Communication Studies, Trainer, Educator and Practitioner in Psychodrama, Member Executive Council American Society for Group Psychotherapy, Psychodrama, and Sociometry, Member Committee on Professional Standards.

 

Rev. Dick Miller, L.P.C.

Aspen Christian Counseling
709 Third Ave.
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: 303-834-7389

We often get asked what role does the Gospel play in our therapy? It's simple. Everything. The way we see it is that Christian counseling needs to resonate with a person's, design historically a.k.a. baggage, in the present and their future hopes. God has designed us to all be relational. We approach all counseling from a relational paradigm whether that means with others or the personas we identify with internally.

 

Stephanie Mines, Ph.D.

The TARA Approach
2910 County Road 67
Boulder, Colorado 80303

phone: 1-800-493-6117

Stephanie Mines is a psychologist whose unique understanding comes from her academic research as well as her extensive work in the field. Her stories of personal transformation have led many listeners to become deeply committed to the healing journey. Dr. Mines understands shock from every conceivable perspective. She has investigated it as a survivor, a professional, a healthcare provider, and as a trainer of staffs of institutions and agencies. Her blend of Western and Eastern modalities offers the best of both paradigms. She is devoted to ending the lineage of shock and trauma for individuals and the world.

 

Danelle Misch, M.A.

Relational by Design
207 Canyon Blvd. Suite 202
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 502 417-3312

Relational by Design is a practice based on the core principle that people are designed to grow, thrive and heal in relationships and that through our lives we all seek to be seen, heard and valued.

As marriage and family therapists we work with the entire family in mind. My team and I specialize in working with those who are navigating a challenging life event or crisis, recovering from a past incident or having a difficult time transitioning from one stage of life to another.

RBD helps you to redefine and rebuild the relationships that matter most to you. Contact us to arrange for a free consultation, learn about our sliding fee scale and together we can explore how relational therapy can support you and those you love.

 

Francisca Mix, M.A., L.P.C., N.C.C., BC-DMT

Noeticus Counseling Center and Training Institute
190 East 9th Ave, Suite 290
Denver, Co 80203

My professional background includes work with individuals, couples, and families. I have extensive work with creativity and personal growth, trauma informed care, addictions and recovery, domestic/family violence prevention/intervention, therapeutic play with children, and graduate and post-graduate education/training, particularly with at focus on experiential learning, expressive arts therapies, and body-centered psychotherapy/dance movement therapy. In addition, I have been a clinical supervisor since 2007 and have been an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) through the Center for Credentialing and Education (CCE) since February of 2010. I have completed over 30.0 contact hours of professional continuing education.

 

Afra Moenter, Ph.D., M.Ed, L.P.C.

Tears And Laughter, Ltd
1503 Yarmouth Ave
Boulder, Colorado 80304

phone: 303 258 1116

Let's explore those parts of you that want to be seen, held, and transformed. While my deep connection to the wild places in nature and contemplative practices inform my work, I incorporate skills from a variety of trainings I have successfully completed over the years. I offer a therapeutic environment of respectful challenge, acceptance, curiosity, and joy. Individuals I have worked with have experienced long-lasting changes, deep transformation, and shifts when feeling stuck and hopeless. I would like to support you in creating a deeply satisfying and joyful life. My work is based in contemplative practice, Gestalt and Hakomi therapy, and our deep and healing connection to others. My deepest passion lies in helping you connect with your core, your true self; reflected by authentic relationships with others, and expressed through your love for life. I have worked with individuals from all walks of life; people struggling with self-worth, states of mental or brain imbalances (such as depression, bi-polar, or anxiety), or PTSD. Areas of special interest are EPILEPSY, PSYCHOLOGICAL NON-EPILEPTIC SEIZURES, and SOMATOFORM DISORDERS. http://www.tearsandlaughter.com/ http://www.rockymountainepilepsy.com/

 

Afra Moenter, Ph.D., M.Ed

Rocky Mountain Center for Epilepsy
4551 13th Street, Unit B
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303 258 1116

The Rocky Mountain Center for Epilepsy, located in Boulder, CO, offers individualized support, guidance, and education to people diagnosed with epilepsy and/or non-epileptic seizures (NES), their families, partners, and friends. Using respiratory biofeedback, Neurofeedback, mindfulness training, stress-reduction techniques, and (if applicable) aura disruption techniques we teach and educate about complementary ways to cope with your epilepsy.

The aim of Rocky Mountain Center for Epilepsy is to help individuals diagnosed with epilepsy and/or NES gain self-confidence, reduce specific fears regarding seizures, cope with perceived and real limitations while strengthening happiness, confidence, and a sense of purpose in life. In addition, we support and guide families and friends to gain greater knowledge and understanding.

 

Ezzat Moghazy, M.S.

MyBestHealer Registered Psychotherapist/Clinical Hypnotherapist
50 S Steele St. #950
Denver, Colorado 80209

phone: 3038108888

I'm a graduate of The Hypnosis Motivational Institute having earned a diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy (CHT). Hypnotherapy is a regulated profession in the state of Colorado and HMI has earned the distinction of being America's first hypnotherapy training school to become nationally accredited, by an accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, in Washington, D.C. In addition, through the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), I'm a registered Psychotherapist in the state of Colorado.

I offer several services in regards "Fibromyalgia" and Chronic Pain Solutions as a Clinical Hypnotherapist. Hypnotherapy is a very effective modality when it comes to Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain. There is several medical research and evidence based practice related to fibromyalgia and Hypnotherapy.

I would love to meet in person and share more of my knowledge and experiences in this field with intention to be a great asset, help and support your clients.

In addition I also provide solutions with several conditions such as:

  • Quit Smoking
  • Loose Weight
  • Insomnia
  • PTSD
  • Anxiety/ Stress/ Depression/ Pain, assistance with Senior Care; Adjustment Issues, Active Listening/Reframing Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Re-Engaging in Daily Activities/Socialization, Recovery from Hospital Stay or Medical Events, Narrative Therapy, End of Life Issues.

You will find in me the ear to listen, the heart to feel, and the healthcare professional to help you address your / your clients concerns.

I'm looking forward to work with you and your team helping out as a Clinical Hypnotherapist from my practice.

I️ love referrals and recommendations, and I would love to help your clients out with any of the above mentioned issues or concerns. Just to confirm that I believe in collaboration and team work, therefore I hope to be an asset within your network and connections as a Clinical Hypnotherapist.

Note: the Session is 2 hours, so your clients will have plenty of time to express themselves and address their concerns without the 60 minutes limitations. I do accept different forms of payments (Cash, Check, Credits Cards) $150.00/2hours.

Please feel free to reach out if you have any question or inquiry.

Looking forward to meet in person.

Thank you.

Sincerely,

Ezzat Moghazy CHT, RMT, CKTI, MSc PT 80 Garden Center Bld. B. #154 Broomfield, Co. 80020 (303) 810-8888 moghazy@email.com www.mybesthealer.com

 

Dorothy Moon, Psy.D.

777 S. Wadsworth Blvd., Bldg. 2, Suite 103
Lakewood, CO 80226

phone: 720-375-4071

Sometimes having an outside perspective - a person that provides knowledge, hope, empathy, and an honest representation - can help guide you down a path of deep healing and personal discovery. Therapy can support you in sharpening the tools you need to deal with your past and current struggles, bringing you to a new level of health and wholeness.

I recognize how difficult it is to reach out for help, as well as the courage it takes to make the first step. As a therapist, I am committed to creating a safe and supportive environment and to keeping your best interest in mind. I will work collaboratively with you to identify the obstacles in your life and to work through them in creative ways. My goal is to empower you to live life to the fullest.

Call today to set up your first appointment. You deserve it!

www.drdorothymoon.com

 

Steven Moore, M.A.

On Solid Ground Counseling Services
400 E Simpson St #106
Lafayette, COLORADO (CO) 80026

phone: 7209888874

Please visit www.onsolidgroundcounseling.com to learn more about me.

 

Kaycee Morgan

1621 9th #1
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 7143602218

I am going to be a senior at CU Boulder in the Fall and am looking for a summer job/internship as a way to get my foot in the door of the psychology world! My main focus is marriage and family therapy, but I would be more than willing to work in any sector. I will be writing an honors thesis next year and would love to get some more experience in the field as well. I am prepared to do any kind of work available, so if you are looking for someone for anything at all please feel free to contact me.

 

Tiffany Morgan, B.A.

Your Weapon Is Your Mind


phone: 303-704-9419

"Your Weapon Is Your Mind" is a free vet-run support squad for Combat Vets in Denver near CO Blvd & Yale. I offer a confidential, supportive environment for combat vets to find the camaraderie they long for now that they're no longer down range. As a vet who works in mental health, I understand what sacrificing for your country means, and I can bring a unique set of skills to the table to dismantle the barriers keeping veterans from living life to the fullest. During war, service members rely on each other for protection and support, and that should not end after discharge. This group meets every other Wednesday from 1800-2000 starting 9/21/2016. I'd like to talk to the vet before they attend to make sure it's a good fit for them; they can call me or I can call them. I'm willing to meet in person too. YourWeaponIsYourMind@gmail.com

 

Gennifer A Morley, M.A., L.P.C.C

North Boulder Counslring
3249 Big Horn St
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 720.588.3174

Grief and Major life transitions counseling for ALL ages. Gen understands the deep confusion and pain of grief and significant life transitions. Gen can help you lean on your strengths and ease your suffering. Gen also has decades of experience working with children, and offers play therapy for children.

 

Reta Morrisette, M.A., L.P.C.



phone: 303-818-2634

I have been a psychotherapist in private practice for thirteen years. I work with individuals experiencing grief and loss, depression, anxiety, trauma and life transitions. I offer a compassionate, warm and non-judgmental environment. I use a holistic approach to therapy that includes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and honors the relationship of mind, body and spirit. Working together, we will explore the meanings behind thoughts, feelings and behaviors that limit one's journey toward personal growth. We will create solutions to transform and overcome personal struggles. I tailor therapy to each individual’s issues, needs, concerns and goals. Pleased contact me for a 30 minute initial session at no charge to determine if your needs and my skills are a good fit.

 

Laurel Mulholland, L.C.S.W.

75 Manhattan Dr
Boulder, C) 80303

child, adolescent, and adult pscyhotherapist

 

Joan Munson, Ph.D.

350 Broadway, Suite 102
Boulder, Colorado 80305

phone: 720-335-2572
website: www.joanmunsonphd.com

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I specialize in helping adults facing numerous life issues, including depression, anxiety, stress, job loss, divorce, parenting, and relationship issues. I also specialize in helping couples struggling with relationship issues.

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Christina Murphy, M.A., L.P.C.

Creative Counseling Center
6021 S Syracuse Way Suite 216
Greenwood Village, co 80111

phone: 303.843.6000

Christina Murphy, MAC, LPC, is a Licensed Professional Counselor and received her Masters of Arts Degree in Counseling Psychology from Regis University. In addition she also was a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), for 8 years. Christina has extensive experience in Family Preservation Therapy, which specializes in families in crisis. She uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Humanistic Techniques that include Expressive Therapies (Play Therapy and Sand Tray Therapy). She has experiences with adolescents, children, and adults of all ages.

Christina feels that all persons have the ability to make positive changes within themselves and at times just need a little guidance.

 

Mike Murphy

Child, Adolescent, Couples, & Family Practice
3005 47th St. Suite F1
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303.517.2185

Under the best circumstances, being an adolescent or teen can be hard! Naturally it’s a time of conflict; increased responsibilities, peer pressure, and hormones providing just a few of challenges faced. When combined with breakdowns in the family support system, opportunities for depression, anxiety and lack of motivation can arise. I work with families to shed light on the distorted thought patterns within the home responsible for maintaining such emotional distress, and challenge them to discover their “self” by approaching their lives with more clarity and intent. Educated formally ay Regis U as a MFT, warmth, compassion, respect, and humor are the hallmarks of my practice. Please call for a free initial consultation or check out my website to learn more:www.michaeltmurphy.webs.com

 

Piper Murray, L.P.C.

Piper Murray, MA, LPC
1137 Pearl St., Ste. 206
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720-568-0421

Piper Murray, MA, LPC is a psychotherapist specializing in grief and loss, depression, identity confusion, young adulthood, and life transitions. She takes a collaborative approach that integrates traditional "talk" therapy with more experiential methods, such as mindfulness-based therapies. She enjoys working with a diverse clientele and strives to create a safe environment where all her clients feel free to be themselves. Her goal as a therapist is to help her clients learn more about themselves, work through whatever might be keeping them stuck, and live their lives as an expression of their deepest values.

 

Mark Nagel, M.A., L.M.F.T.

1365 Forest Park Circle, Suite 202
Lafayette, CO 80026

phone: 303-668-1697

As a relationship and marital therapist, my goal is to help you and your partner to rediscover the friendship, connection and passion that initially brought you together as a couple. By applying a set of simple, yet powerful communication techniques and issue resolution strategies, and helping you to design an individualized "relationship plan", we will work together to co-create the relationship of your dreams (a really awesome dream, not a nightmare). Successful couples counseling and marriage therapy significantly improves the communication and thus the emotional connection that you and your partner will feel towards each other. This closer emotional connection then positively impacts all other aspects of your functioning as a couple resulting in a more fulfilling and satisfying relationship for both you and your partner.

 

Kathy Narum, R.N., M.A., L.P.C.

5370 Manhattan Cir. #203
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-993-5528

Addressing the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual aspects of a person are essential to integral healing. Depending on what is most helpful, either a brief solution focused or a more in depth approach can be taken. In addition to the more traditional 'talk' therapy, I use EMDR, Brainspotting, Sand Tray and Energy Work to address such experiences as trauma, emotional pain, and feelings of being stuck. Fourteen years of nursing, helps me to address physcial and medical concerns as well. Areas of strength include depression, bipolar, life transitions, identity work, anxiety, trauma and spirituality. My background work is in the Christian tradition, but I work well with most spiritual practices. I see adolescents and adults primarily and occasionally work with couples. My web site is kathynarumcounseling.com if you want more info.

 

Carl R Nassar, L.P.C.

Heart-Centered Counseling
924 Sycamore Street
Fort Collins, CO 80521

phone: 970 498-0709

If you're reading this, you (or your relationship) are hurting. You've come to the right place. I'll help: You'll find caring, competent support to help you through and reclaim well-being and vitality. You'll experience a healing relationship with me, your therapist, where those hurt parts can heal, and in that way you can feel well and whole again. First, I'll gently follow your lead, listening and understanding as you tell me about your thoughts, needs and feelings. You'll feel heard and understood.

In a manner that'll be transparent to you, I'll make use of a collection of powerful theoretical approaches to therapy: By interweaving all these together, what you'll experience is a caring therapist filled with many tools and skills to help you (or your relationship) heal.

 

Maribeth Nelson, M.A., L.P.C.



phone: 720 201 8868

I have an MA in Counseling Pyschology and am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). I specialize in identifying and clearing emotional and behavioral patterns in children and adolescents. In treating kids with issues ranging from highly disrupted attachment or traumatic histories to kids with mild family, school or friendship problems- I can help! I have over 15 years of extensive experience and training in child, adolescent, group, family and play therapy; trauma recovery and EMDR; grief and loss, adolescent suicide prevention; providing clinical supervision; and have worked in a variety of settings including public and private schools, community mental health, hospice, and private practice.

 

Klara Nemes, M.A., L.P.C.

7651 West 41st Ave., Ste 200
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

phone: 303 257 3520

I work on effects of trauma and managing relationships with adults, young adults, or couples, offering a high level of therapeutic skills, integrity, humor, and spiritual understanding. I have both a BA and MA in Contemplative Psychology from Naropa University and have completed training in Hakomi and EMDR.

 

Megan Joelle Nemire, M.A.

Inner Landscape Arts LLC
3000 Pearl Street
Boulder, Colorado 80301

phone: 720-441-4797

I work with people in the natural processes of transition and trauma healing as a relational Art therapist. With support, people explore their unique inner landscapes through art therapy: tracking the weather and nurturing the foundation with color and form. I work with people who feel deeply, and those seeking support with voice, grief, mood, and identity. I offer a brave space for LGBT and other marginalized people, and I commit to discussions of privilege.

Art therapy is the blend of creative process and therapeutic support as exploration, growth, and healing for people of all abilities. I use a variety of art materials, your interests, and years of theoretical research. I also draw from Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Sand-tray, and Play Therapy.

I am happy to offer sliding scale at this time. Thank you.

 

Ruth Neubauer, L.C.S.W.

private practice


phone: 240-432-4080

I moved here after almost 30 years in practice in Washington, DC and welcome referrals for my psychotherapy practice with individual adults, couples, and support groups for women over 50 in transition - a long-time speciality. Experienced facilitator, therapist, presenter, writer, teacher, I look forward to working with you.

 

Nancy Newby, M.A., L.M.F.T.

292 N. Cherywood Dr., 80026 & 190 E. 9th Ave., Ste 412, 80203
Lafayette & Denver, CO 80026 & 80203

phone: 303 665 7711

Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and other alternative lifestyle issues; Sexual and other relationship counseling; survivors of sexual assault and incest; grief, loss and end of life issues; mid-life issues and other life transitions; depression and anxiety, HIV/AIDS and herpes.

 

Annika Nilsson, M.A., L.A.C., L.P.C.

Hope for Tomorrow Counseling, LLC
7475 W 5th Ave #215
Lakewood, CO 80226

phone: 303-242-7981

I have experience working with individuals that have lost hope are are struggling to find direction. I have extensive experience in the substance use and addiction field and am able to provide a space where you can feel heard and understood without shame and judgement.

I have a passion for working with people and know that there are times in everyone's life that can be too difficult to see past, but there is always hope for tomorrow. It is an honor to join you on your journey and I look forward to working with you.

 

Susan Nimmanheminda, Ph.D., L.C.S.W., C.A.C. III

2305 Canyon Blvd. Suite 205
Boulder, Colorado 80302

phone: 303-449-3942
website: sunpsychotherapy.com/

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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.

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Susan Nofziger, L.C.S.W.

350 Broadway
Boulder, CO 80305

phone: 303-579-2646

Whether you are dealing with relationship issues, loss of a loved one, self esteem issues, anxiety or depression, Susan will listen with warmth and compassion, offering support, guidance and problem solving. From a humanistic social work perspective, informed by object relations theory and essential aspects, she provides a guided process of deep inquiry which can increase understanding of underlying issues that hold you back. This process can help you do what is necessary and realize the capacity to reach your full potential. With over twenty years experience in community mental health, hospitals, an employee assistance program and private practice, she likes helping individuals and couples with their relationships. Since finding the right fit with a good therapist takes time, call with questions.

 

Laura Rose Northrop, M.A., L.P.C.

1571 Race Street
Denver, Colorado 80206

phone: 303-887-4863

We all are looking to live joyful, empowered lives. Yet when we run into challenges that are confusing and painful, it can create feelings that are hard to navigate. Some of these feelings might include fear, heart-break, shame, loneliness, uncertainty and hopelessness. Within the turmoil of these painful experiences, there is always an opportunity to heal and grow. At the core of every person is a well of goodness and love waiting to be accessed. My mission is to facilitate deep emotional healing, to help others tap into their strengths, move through challenges and restore joyfulness of being.

I provide individual therapy for teens, adults and elders. I specialize in treating trauma, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, grief and loss, spiritual issues and life transitions. Treatment methods include, EMDR and Brainspotting.

 

Sandy Novak, M.A., M.S., L.P.C.

Sandy Novak, PLLC
1480 Lee Hill Rd. #7
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303-629-2960

Sandy Novak specializes in helping couples and families and treating the effects of trauma. She has 22 years of experience in private practice and has been training therapists for 12 years. She works with late teens through elders. Sandy integrates several models of therapy in her work, Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy and Somatic Experiencing. Both focus on the body and making experiential change in each session. Sandy is the founder of The Satir Institute of the Rockies, a training organization for therapists. She travels to China three times a year to teach personal growth workshops to the Chinese people in the Satir Model. Sandy has worked as a senior adjunct instructor at Naropa University training graduate students in counseling psychology and has been a member of the Red Cross Mental Health team, working at Ground Zero.

 

Nancy Nunes, L.C.S.W.

Enriching Families Now
2975 Valmomt Road, Suite 300
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-579-8572
website: www.EnrichingFamiliesNow.com

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Nancy's work is heart-centered, supportive and enriching. Her therapy practice serves as a bridge, supporting your journey to health and authenticity. Mindfulness Practices: inhabit your body in the present moment and create peace Transitions, honoring and navigating our lives' transitions: Loss, birth, adolescence, marriage, divorce, moves, illness, aging parents Trauma: understanding its impact and working towards resolution Families: resolving conflicts, supporting members in authentic communication and connection Teens: Finding your gifts, your passions and your voice Parents: Consultation and coaching for parents to understand developmental issues, find confidence, resolve conflicts and create peace Individual Counseling: I will help you find balance in your life

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Elinor Nygren Szapiro, M.A., L.P.C.

4690 Berkshire Place
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303 530 5391

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Have you been working on yourself for a while but still find yourself hooked by old issues and triggers?

Are you able to intellectually understand your issues but, despite your insight, continue to find yourself repeating the same old patterns?

To help people make the changes they want, I use a variety of proven, effective tools, both traditional and non-traditional because I've found that talking alone isn't enough to heal many issues.

I've been in practice for 28 years and have a warm, down to earth style, which is compassionate and insightful. Clients experience a sense of profound positive release and lightness after most sessions.

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Carol O'Dowd, M.A.

Prajna Partnerships, Inc.
7895 Alkire Street
Arvada, Colorado 80005

phone: 720-244-2299
website: www.carolodowd.com

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As a registered psychotherapist Carol O'Dowd, maintains a mindfulness based practice using eastern and western therapies such as Naikan, Morita and Applied Existential Psychology. Her sessions are designed to reduce stress, as well as manage anxieties, grief, loss and trauma. Carol helps individuals and groups partner with wisdom, internal and external, to discover opportunities in life and achieve success. Carol has a counseling office in Arvada, Colorado on grounds with walking trails for mindfulness exercises, and a peaceful courtyard and serene open areas for outdoor sessions.

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Heather O'Neil, L.C.S.W.

3442 W. 32nd Ave
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 720 363-5793

Throughout 12 years of practice, my goal has been to facilitate self-discovery, healing and growth for individuals, couples, families and larger groups by making them aware of emotional barriers that can prevent them from creating the life they desire.

My specialties include grief and loss due to death or divorce, as well as new parenting issues and post-partum depression.

Change is difficult, yet it can also lead to an incredible journey full of surprises. Often, my clients discover a wealth of information about themselves and their families along the way.

 

Defne Dinler Oatney, M.A.

Therapy in the Moment
1518 Main Street
Louisville, Colorado 80027

I am a registered psychotherapist specializing in somatic counseling. I work with clients from pre-teens to adults of all ages, individuals, couples and families. We use sensations, body awareness, and movement to work with what is coming up for you. My goal is to always have a curious perspective, helping let go of judgment for any humanly challenges, discomforts, and feelings. Issues can vary from physical symptoms that cause discomfort in daily life to anxiety, body image issues, wanting more happiness, self-growth, depression, social skills, self-esteem, shame, stress, spirituality, motivation, relationships and resistance. Please contact me for a free 30 minute initial meeting to discuss what you are looking for and if you have any questions for me.

 

Mary Obata, M.A., L.M.F.T.

3011 Broadway, Suite 27
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303 580 0876
 

Mark Oberg, M.A., L.A.C., L.P.C.

www.sanitascounseling.com
3000 Pearl St. Suite G3
Boulder, Colorado 80301

phone: 303-416-7217

I am a graduate of Naropa University's Contemplative Psychotherapy program specializing in life transitions, addiction, and recovery in all forms.

I believe strongly that all people have the capability to be happy, healthy and feel purpose. Sometimes, however, we may lose sight of the things that have supported us in these pursuits.

I work therapeutically with individuals and couples to help each person reconnect with the areas of their lives that promote the wisdom inherent in each of us. Working in a client-centered, compassionate environment, I feel that it is possible reclaim our proper seats at life's table; more able to accommodate suffering, while also remaining open to life's infinite beauty.

To schedule an appointment, please feel free to email markobergcounseling@gmail.com or to call 303-416-7217.

 

Cathy Ode, M.A.

Cathy Ode Counseling
4410 Arapahoe Ave, Suite 205
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-489-1111
website: www.cathyode.com

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I work with individuals, couples and families, with special interest/expertise in supporting step-families. I'm also fascinated by the intersection between spiritual and emotional wellness. While I work with clients who don't identify as either "spiritual" or "religious," I'm also open to exploring those connections with clients when they find it useful.

Therapy tends to be short-term, focused on goals we agree upon together and revisit often.

A free 30-minute consultation can be arranged, to make sure there's a good fit. You can find "testimonials" on my website, describing a warm, engaging style combined with valuable skills. I offer a sliding fee scale as needed.

My office offers abundant, free and convenient parking with easy access from Longmont, Louisville and other areas of east Boulder County, in addition to Boulder

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Pat Ogden, Ph.D.

Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute
Boulder, CO

website: www.sensorimotorpsychotherapy.org

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.

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Scott F. Olds, RPT

Springs New Hope, LLC
10960 W 65th Way
Arvada, Colorado 80004

phone: 303-817-8369

Grief and Loss Counselor: Scott has 16 years experience facilitating groups and individuals experiencing grief, chronic illness, and loss. After losing his first wife to ALS, he transformed his grief into action by guiding others to find happiness and meaning in their lives. Scott has worked with a broad spectrum of organizations in the metro-Denver area, including the ALS Association, Brain Injury Association of Colorado, Judi's House (family support for grief and loss), and Cornerstone Drug Rehab. Scott is a Registered Psychotherapist.

 

Molly Olk, M.A.

HoloBeing, LLC


phone: 7202449884

Having just recently graduated with a Masters in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from Naropa University, I have a fresh perspective on therapy. My work with clients is heart-centered and holistic, incorporating a variety of approaches and always catering to the needs of each individual client. I aim to offer a safe place to share feelings, explore possibilities, build relationship, and gently heal emotional wounds. Specifically, I have experience working with anxiety, depression, time and stress management, goal setting, self-compassion work, and empowerment. I use techniques such as Gestalt therapy, humanistic approaches, client-centered models, cognitive-behavioral experiments, and Mindfulness awareness practices. If you are interested in learning more about what it might be like to work with me, please visit www.holobeingllc.com.

 

Molly Olk, M.A., L.P.C.

Molly Olk, LLC.


phone: 7202449884

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I am currently in private practice in Denver and I specialize in treating ADULT INDIVIDUALS who struggle with EATING DISORDERS, COUPLES, and "HIGHLY SENSITIVE" PERSONS.

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Tatum Oman, L.P.C., RPT

Core Therapeutic Center
5378 Sterling Dr Suite 4
Boulder, CO 80305

phone: 720-470-7244

Hello, I am a registered play therapist and licensed professional counselor. I work predominately with children 3-12 years old in my play room, along with my hedgehog (animal assisted therapy), within my private practice, Core Therapeutic Center, in Boulder. I work with children that are experiencing a social, emotional, behavioral, and/or learning problem. This can come out in an aggressive manner, anxieties, depression, excessive crying, isolating, self harm, suicidal ideations, among others. I am a non-directional therapist allowing the child to work through whatever s/he is needing to free up at their pace so to create a safe gentle trusting relationship and environment. While working with the child, I work with the parent(s) and if desired the teacher(s) as well.

Core Therapeutic Center 720-470-7244 tatum@coretherapeuticcenter.com

 

Alexis Ornellas, L.A.C., L.P.C.

Mana Counseling Services, LLC
3008 Folsom St.
Boulder, Colorado 80304

phone: 720.408.5393

I have significant experience working with substance abuse, trauma/PTSD, and parenting issues, but have passion working with anyone interested in establishing a sense of power, competency, and comfort in their own skin. I use many modalities, including mindfulness, somatic psychotherapies, and dialectical behavioral therapy. If you find that you feel dis-empowered in your life, due to low self esteem, anxiety, difficulty setting boundaries, addictions, trauma, or any other issue that has caused you to shrink from life and not reach your full potential, contact me and we can work together to help you find and own your power. I welcome individuals, couples, and families.

 

Nancy Ortenberg, M.A., L.M.F.T.

1910 7th Street
Boulder, Colorado 80302

phone: 303.449.2011

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Nancy Ortenberg, M.A., LMFT is a Jungian psychotherapist with nearly 30 years of clinical experience. She has studied at the Zurich, Denver, and Los Angeles Jung Insitutes, and is a Candidate with the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. She has a particular interest in working with messages from the unconscious in dreams, creative expression of the psyche through drawing, painting, sandplay, and writing, and amplification in myth and fairytales. In addition to individual and couples therapy she facilitates ongoing monthly dream groups, offers seminars on dreamwork and sandplay, and provides individual and group clinical supervision and training to licensed therapists and those working toward licensure.

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Marcela Ot'alora G, M.A., L.P.C.

Aguazul-Bluewater, Inc
1844 Pearl Street
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 3038181419

BI-LINGUAL/BI-CULTURAL: SPANISH/ENGLISH

Modalities used: EMDR Brainspotting Solution Focus Guided Imagery Sensory and Somatic Integration Experiential (art, drumming, singing bowls). Areas of specialization include but are not limited to: Trauma: specifically PTSD Transitions: developmental, school, job, relationship, aging etc. Cultural issues: I am bilingual/bicultural- Spanish/English and have extensive experience working with cultural differences. Anxiety and depression Self-exploration/actualization

"When someone really hears you without passing judgment on you, without taking responsibility for you, without trying to mold you, it feels damn good...When I have been listened to and when I have been heard, I am able to perceive my world in a new way and to go on." Carl Rogers

 

Kristy Palacios, M.A., L.P.C.C

Allied Counseling Services
11674 Huron St. Ste 200
Northglenn, Colorado 80234

phone: 720-663-1527

Providing counseling for women and couples that are seeking direction and purpose but instead are experiencing anxiety or depression which is limiting personal and spiritual growth.

 

Theresa Palermo, L.C.S.W.

1221 Pearl Street
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 720-251-1809

With over 18 years experience as a therapist working to help individuals of all ages to overcome obstacles and deal with grief, loss, adversity, mental illness and trauma, Theresa is an expert at helping people to integrate the experiences that they encounter and reach a new level in their lives.

Theresa works with children, adolescents and adults in individual and family therapy, utilizing Play Based Therapy, Talk Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, EMDR and Brainspotting. Her areas of specialty include, Adoption Issues, Trauma/PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, Divorce, Parenting Issues and Grief and Loss.

 

Tevara Jeanne Paranto, L.C.S.W.

8774 Yates Drive, Ste 350,
Westminster, CO 80031

phone: 303 808-8075

I am a psychotherapist who specializes in the treatment of eating disorders and body image related issues. In addition to my work with eating disorders I also have years of experience working with addictions, depression/anxiety, recovery from childhood trauma and life transitions.

 

Andrea R. Paras, M.A.



phone: 505-629-2958
website: www.andreaparas.net

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I offer general counseling and specialized treatment for trauma, PTSD, anxiety, and panic in North San Diego County. Skype sessions are available for residents of Colorado and California who remain in the home as a means of coping with panic.

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Jo-Lynn Park, M.A., L.P.C.

Naropa University and Private Practice


phone: 970.759.8227

As an independently licensed therapist I help people return to their true nature and connect with their basic goodness. I bring compassion, curiosity, courage, and playfulness to my work. I draw from a humanistic and experiential framework.
After working for many years with individuals and groups as a facilitator and educator in the wilderness, I became fascinated with transformation, self-exploration, and growth and decided to deepen my study of how and why people change. As I began my training and work with clients as a therapist, I could see that my whole life I had been preparing for this work. The formal training included attaining a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology, gaining credentials as a Licensed Professional Therapist, and pursuing ongoing post-graduate training with Hakomi. I continue to develop and hone my skills through ongoing education, practice with clients (who I learn so much from!), and as a trainer and supervisor of new therapists.
I have worked with young adults, adolescents, and families now for 20 years. I love helping folks integrate and heal the painful parts of life and move forward with more freedom, compassion, wisdom, and joy. These days my job is less in the mountains and more helping people explore their inner landscape. I feel so grateful to partner with my clients in this adventure. Hakomi is a somatic and mindfulness based experiential therapy. It integrates a rich understanding of development and attachment with mindfulness and somatic awareness. The client-therapist relationship is attuned and supportive and draws on principles of mindfulness, non-violence, unity, organicity, and body-mind integration.

 

Katey Parsons, L.P.C.

Katey Parsons, LLC
1650 Washington St
Denver, CO 80203

phone: 720-336-0262

One of the most frequent and favorite of the compliments I receive from clients I serve is, "You make me feel normal when I am talking about my 'stuff'." My goal in working with clients is to provide a safe place to explore their 'stuff' and help them learn more adaptive ways of navigating life's ups and downs. I do this by utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement and Desesitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy, Mindfulness and Relaxation Training, and most importantly, HUMOR. I turn frowns upside down while helping clients move through their anger, anxiety, depression, trauma, and difficult relationships and transitions to a place where they enjoy life and the excitement each day can bring.

 

David Pasikov, M.A.

Life Transformation Process Inc.
954 North St., Suite 301
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303 442-6366

ADD LIFE TO YOUR YEARS!  Many of us feel a gap between our true potential and our everyday experience.  For over 30 years I've been equipping teens, adults and couples with tools to close that gap.  This transforms stress into strength.

I find that lasting changes can happen relatively quickly with the right tools.  I am the US coordinator for a system of energy healing called Life Alignment www.life-alignment.com.  Through dialog and this process, I assist people to discover the root causes of issues in their lives.  As Carolyn Myss says, "Our biography becomes our biology".  This work helps to elegantly access and release the effects of unresolved experiences and traumas.  I find it also to be extremely valuable in addressing limiting beliefs so the truth of who we are can be actualized.

Plesae visit www.psychotherapistboulder.com

 

Becky Paskind, Ph.D., L.C.S.W.

Elders Rising, LLC


phone: 720-394-1628

I am a gerontological clinical social worker, which means I am specifically trained to assist elders and their families with late life transitions and developmental challenges. Our culture believes aging is a "disease" and elders have an illness. This undervalues and underestimates the incredible opportunities and challenges inherent in aging.

My approach to psychotherapy with elders reflects my belief that aging can be a time of vibrant development and new exploration even if it takes place in the context of new or growing limitations.

My services are available to you in your home or in my office; it is up to you. I am a Medicare approved provider and I take some third party insurers. I also provide a sliding scale for self-pay clients. Do not let limited financial resources prevent you from contacting me.

 

J. Nicol Pate, L.C.S.W.

1244 Pine St.
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303.880.3619
website: www.calmseastherapy.com

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I am a Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist and I specialize in Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy and all kinds of trauma. I use Brainspotting, Neurofeedback and EMDR for trauma and emotionally charged issues. I love working with couples to create quick and lasting change that touches the heart of the person and the relationship. See my website for more information: calmseastherapy.com

I offer a free phone consultation. I offer Skype sessions when appropriate.

I am open to working with all kinds of people, including people of any sexual orientation, socio-economic class and ethnicity.

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Alicia Patterson, M.A.

2031 Broadway #2
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720-279-4781

Alicia Patterson is a Dance Movement Therapist, Energy Worker, Dance & Yoga teacher in the Boulder & Denver area. Please email alicianpatterson@gmail.com or visit www.alicianpatterson@gmail.com for more information.

I specialize in working with women on empowerment and claiming their sexuality whether it's a new phase of life or in recovery from trauma & abuse.

With playful challenge, I focus on working with what's happening in the present moment. My biggest influence comes from a body-centered lens using mindfulness and awareness practices. This is due to my training and belief that we hold our experiences and greatest guides within our bodies. Whether this is a small or large part of our work together, we will sculpt our time so that it best suits you, your goals and your progress.

 

Beth Patterson, M.A., L.P.C.

1604 Gaylor Street
Denver, CO 80206

phone: 303 817 8571

I specialize in grief, loss and life transition issues of all kind, including depression, anxiety and trauma. I am EMDR trained and am a mindfulness meditation instructor. See http://www.bethspatterson.com for more information and to schedule an appointment. With my compassionate guidance, you can transform grief and loss into healing and growth. I offer a free half-hour consultation.

 

Reaca Pearl, M.A., L.P.C.

Reaca Pearl MA LPC LLC
1113 Washington Ave, Suite 110
Golden, CO 80401

phone: (303) 260-9540

Reaca has over a decade experience working with adult survivors of sexual trauma, rape, incest and sexual assault. As a gender specialist, Reaca also works with trans and gender questioning people to empower themselves to live authentically.

"I believe that therapy is a natural extension of activism. As a therapist-activist my goal is to collaborate with each individual on how best to help you shed the shame and step into your full present-centered power. No matter if you're still dealing with flashbacks or identity threat every day or are symptomatically stable and ready to take the next step in your post-healing journey."

Visit www.reacapearl.com for a full list of services and video tips on finding a therapist.

Therapy is available to CO residents in Golden or virtually. Coaching is available virtually from anywhere.

 

Meg Pearson, NCC, M.A.

Pearson Counseling LLC
2640 W. 28th Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80211

phone: 303-931-2955

www.pearsoncounseling.com

Therapy services for children, adolescents, adults and families on a wide range of clinical issues including the following specialty areas:

  • Play therapy for children
  • Adolescents
  • Women's issues, including infertility and pregnancy loss
  • Parenting and attachment
  • Family therapy

My office is conveniently located in NW Denver, just off Speer Blvd. and I-25 (28th & Bryant).

For new therapy clients, I offer an initial 30-minute consultation at no charge to determine your needs and whether we are a good match. For more information, please visit www.pearsoncounseling.com.

 

Sanam Pejuhesh, M.A.

Play to Heal Psychotherapy
2346 Broadway St
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303-717-1749

Has your child experienced a trauma and you don't know how to help him/her? Is your child having difficulties in school that you sense are more than just academic? Do you want to better understand your child's emotional world? If so, I invite you to call me for a free consultation to see if I can be of help to you and your family.

Play is a child's primary means of self-expression. In Play Therapy, feelings, metaphors and tensions arise representing the emotional struggle the child has experienced. When they feel safe, accepted, and understood by the therapist children are able to process difficult emotions and develop resources to help them feel calmer, more resilient and more confident. Through play, the child and therapist build a special relationship that leads to growth and healing.

Visit www.play-to-heal.com for more information.

 

Christiane Pelmas, L.C.S.W.

The ReWilding
1121-A Monroe Drive
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303-449-8590

My work focuses on the re-wilding of the human soul. Using a combination of Depth Psychology, Soulcraft, Somatic Psychotherapy & Embodiment and explorations of masculine/feminine, sexuality & intimacy and the mythic proportions of our individual and collective stories I work with individuals, couples, groups and communities to restore Right Relationship with self, other and the larger world.

 

Christopher Peraro, M.A.

Still Mountain Counseling
1503 Yarmouth Ave.
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303-549-2019

Hijacked by the insane push towards success, productivity and independence, at an early age most of us bury our uniqueness and the sanctuary in which we develop it in favor of honoring the sacrificial role society wants from us. As a result, we end up living divided lives where the distance between the life we want and the one we are living is miles apart. We end up, in effect, estranged from our souls.
My approach at Still Mountain Counseling is about guiding you to discover and/or enhance your “hidden wholeness”. This is a journey that can involve both a raw encounter with pain and suffering (i.e. depression, anxiety and grief and loss, etc.) as well a trip to the euphoric heights of joy and all that is in between. It is a journey bound for a full embrace of all that life has to offer! It is about living a life of integrity!

 

Seth Perler, M.A.

ShineOn Educational Solutions


phone: 303.995.8889

iShineOn.com - Customized Educational Coaching: Empowering struggling students to realize greater success. Holistically address academic needs in conjunction with social-emotional learning needs. Enable students to develop the unique tools they need to overcome their specific challenges. Extensive experience addressing extraordinarily diverse learning needs and helping out-of-the-box thinkers truly shine. iShineOn.com

 

Michael Perry

Michael Perry | Psychotherapist
11001 W. 120th Ave. Suite 400
Broomfield, Colorado 80021

phone: 303.513.5388
website: www.michaelperry.co

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Satisfy your emotional needs and break old patterns while you develop a positive mindset, motivation, and skills for taking control of your present and future.

You will experience rapid and powerful changes through a combination of psychotherapy, NLP, and coaching that addresses the whole person. The result is true happiness.

Sessions are filled with positive energy and unconditional support. Effectiveness of therapy is the number one priority and progress is measured in weeks, not years.

Your happiness is important. Call now.

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April Peterson, M.A., L.P.C., N.C.C.



phone: 7208418264

As a Master Career Counselor with 20 years experience, my goal is to help you succeed in your professional goals. I work with career direction and assessments as well as job search strategies.

Starting or changing careers is a challenging and exciting process. I support your journey with a narrative approach that helps you disvover the next steps on your unique path.

Saturday appointments are available in Broomfield. Contact me at acplpc@msn.com.

 

Ashleigh Peterson, M.A., C.A.C. I

LIVEinspired Counseling LLC
3900 S. Wadsworth Blvd. #360
Lakewood, CO 80235

phone: 9702815256

My passion is to support and guide my clients on their journey to live their best life, aligned with what truly matters to them, and true to their authentic self. I practice a unique combination of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Emotional Focused Therapy (EFT).

I work with clients that are stuck in the WAR ZONE- whether they are struggling with an addiction or fighting a constant battle with their partner.

People don't live your best life because they've never experienced hurt, pain, addiction- they live it in spite of this. While we can't change the difficult situations of the past, I work with my clients to resolve the challenges that are holding them back so they can LIVE INSPIRED TODAY!

 

Michael Pfaff

People House Affordable Counseling Program - Intern
3035 West 25th Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80211

phone: (720) 507-6580

I believe each of us is on a journey to understand ourselves better, to find meaning, and continue on our path towards individualization and wholeness. Dreams, the Soul, relationships, and the unconscious all assist in providing us with insight about who we are and what we desire. Mike combines Soul-centered practices, interpersonal relationship work, and Internal Family Systems (IFS) with depth psychology and person-centered therapy to provide a rich background for growth and healing. Mike is currently completing a Master's degree in Counseling Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute.

 

Colette Pfeiffer



phone: 720 243 1730

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`Who are you and where is the person I fell in love with?'

Recognise this? Colette specialises in couples therapy - she works with compassion, insight and humour that clearly demonstrate her love and commitment to relationships. She draws on over 20 years of psychotherapy training and practice, managing change in groups and organizations, and studying and leading Shamanic teachings and ceremonies.
Initial sessions focus on creating trust and safety in for clients to be heard and understood. Each session includes practical models and `take home' techniques that enable powerful shifts in understanding and behavior. As the work progresses, Colette guides, supports and challenges using a range of approaches which promote self- awareness and self -acceptance in order to heal the past, overcome blocks and achieve potential.

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Jenni K. Phillips, M.S.

Blossom Again Therapy
5677 S. Park Place
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

phone: 303 587-0263

Jenni Phillips MFT Jenni uses a holistic approach - built upon the belief that our mind, body and spirit all interact to create our vitality, passion and purpose. To heal one part, we must acknowledge all three. She believes strongly in the power of the client/ therapist relationship to overcome life's challenges, survive difficult events and experience a vital, joyful, productive life. Jenni works with individuals, couples and families. Areas of focus include divorce and family issues, blended families, relationship challenges, work/life balance, and career challenges. 303 587-0263 www.blossomagain.com

 

Angie Tsiatsos Phillips, LPC, NCC, ACS, M.A., L.P.C., N.C.C.

Colorado Couples Clinic, PC
950 Wadsworth Blv. Suite 308
Lakewood, CO 80214

phone: (303) 956-7622

I am Somatic Psychotherapist with a passion for helping my clients cultivate the relationships that we all innately desire. I work with individuals & couples, as well as train Mental Health Professionals. As a Somatic Practitioner, Dance Instructor, Massage Therapist, & Personal Trainer, I've had two decades of experience at grounding my therapeutic approach in the body & support my clients in tapping into their own unique & innate wisdom. I help clients identify internal "signals" that habitually get them off-track, short-circuit ineffective relational habits, & strengthen internal states that are crucial for developing thriving intimate relationships. I am the President of Colorado Couples Clinic, PC, am trained in EFT, PEX, Gottman, as well as numerous other approaches, including being trauma-informed and attachment and Somatic based.

 

Teri Pichot, L.C.S.W.

Denver Center for Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
3809 Norwood Drive Unit 3
Littleton, Colorado 80125

phone: 303-941-4497

Congratulations! By simply looking for a therapist to help you address whatever problem you are currently facing, you have already taken the first step to making your life better. I help clients to identify the small, oftentimes overlooked steps that they are currently making and then help them identify what other steps are needed to find lasting change. Whether the problem is a life transition (i.e., family, employment, relationship) or something you have struggled with for years (i.e., depression, anxiety, addiction, history of abuse), I work with clients to envision a life in which these problems are resolved forever. In working in this way, clients not only resolve the current problems but discover the answers they have been longing for in order to understand themselves and move forward to a life of which they previously only dreamed.

 

Kristi Pikiewicz, Ph.D.

100 Arapahoe
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720.446.8974
website: www.kristipikiewicz.com

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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.

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Jill Pinarowicz, Ph.D.

Dr Jill Pinarowicz LLC
2150 W. 29th Ave., Suite 330
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 720.413.3071

I am a licensed psychologist and received my Ph.D. in counseling psychology from DU. My philosophy on therapy is as follows:

Everyone deserves to live a life filled with happiness, health, and love. Challenges may arise that are difficult to overcome. I see therapy as a way to develop better ways to cope with life in the present, heal wounds from the past, and let go of worries of the future. Therapy can help individuals overcome barriers that stand in the way of having true happiness. I help clients gain insight by providing a supportive and caring environment, while also challenging my clients when they are ready.

My private practice specializes in: - grief/bereavement/loss - growth from trauma - positive psychology - wellness/mindfulness - life transitions - relationships - training/supervision

www.psychologistjill.com

 

Nikita Pion-Klockner, LCSW, M.S.W.

Holistic Therapy, LLC


phone: 202-495-0876

Are you struggling with transition or life decisions; Feeling stuck and can't get beyond your past? You've just taken the first step to healing and growth. Together, we can create meaningful goals, find balance and peace of mind, release distress from the past, be present, and passionate about life. I bring a culturally sensitive, compassionate attitude to my practice and use a collaborative approach to create a respectful and safe environment for my clients as they proceed on their unique healing journey. I provide individual and couples therapy including premarital counseling, counseling for expecting/new parents. I also work with clients virtually. Approaches: EMDR, Trauma informed, Emotional Freedom Technique, Relational, Mindfulness, psychodynamic. Specialities: Trauma, Relationships, Mind-body www.holisticpsychotherapyassociates.com

 

Deb Piranian, Ph.D., L.P.C.



phone: 3035540777

Deb Piranian, Ph.D. is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a certified Gestalt therapist, and trained in EMDR with over 20 years experience working with individuals and groups. She integrates Gestalt, mindfulness, body awareness and nature into her therapeutic work. Through developing clients’ capacity to be an ally to themselves, she helps clients increase their sense of aliveness, choice and satisfaction in their lives. Deb is core faculty and the Wilderness Therapy Director in the Transpersonal Counseling Psychology Master's Program at Naropa University. In addition to having a passion for the outdoors and climbing, she is a musician.

 

April Pojman, M.A., M.S.

Lion's Breath Counseling
PO Box 3714
Boulder, CO 80307

phone: (303) 997-2267

I believe that many of the difficulties we have in life are caused by the strategies we chose at one point to get our underlying universal needs for love and comfort met. Yet these strategies may no longer be useful. I can help you learn and practice new ones that are a better fit for who you are today through nature-based, experiential, transpersonal and trauma-informed psychotherapy. In addition to studying Wilderness Therapy at Naropa University, I have completed training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Trauma Containment and Resolution (CAR). Call today for a free 30 minute initial consultation. www.lions-breath.com

 

Nicole Elizabeth Politis, M.A., L.P.C.

8461 Turnpike Drive. Ste.100
Westminster, Colorado 80021

phone: 3039064909
 

Jason Polk, L.A.C., L.C.S.W.

Paramita Counseling
190 E 9th Ave Ste 395
Denver, CO 80203

I love working with people who have the desire to live well. I believe the word "recovery" simply means living well and appreciating life. Life is difficult, that is obvious. However, it is important to have perspective, tools, and connection to help with life's slings and arrows. I help individuals and couples with that. Some important questions: What is blocking healthy connection? What is blocking your full potential and effectiveness in life? Although life is difficult, it can also be joyous. It is possible to be authentic as well as appreciate your life and your partner.

 

Miriam Pollack, M.A.

Literacy and Language Center


phone: 303-247-0790

Miriam Pollack, Founder and Director of the Literacy and Language Center, diagnoses and remediates children with mild to profound learning difficulties using the multi-sensory, data driven methodologies developed by Lindamood-Bell, Inc. So often our very bright children are misdiagnosed and/or not appropriately supported when they are faltering in reading, be it decoding or comprehension,or struggling with critical thinking tasks, spelling, math skills, or expressive language competency. The consequences of inadequate intervention are often devastating, not only for their self-esteem, but for their entire academic careers and choices of adult vocational and educational pursuits. Miriam Pollack brings 17 years of experience to her deep conviction that every child can succeed, and they do: one child at a time.

 

Eve Pollak Maisonpierre, M.A.

MOVINGVOICE
750 14TH ST.
BOULDER, CO 80302

phone: 303 653-8517
website: www.movingvoice.com

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Vocal Empowerment Therapy is a set of non-judgmental, body-centered, and creative processes combined to help you:

Connect your body, mind and spirit with your voice. Build a relationship with your Higher Self as your own best teacher and guide.

Your body is the instrument and channel for what moves through you and beyond. This includes your breath, voice and energy, as well as feelings, thoughts, sensations and spirit. You can try to control everything you do or surrender to something greater, allowing your body and voice to resound with all the colors of who you are.

Each client arrives with their own goals, gifts and also blocks to those gifts. My MA in Vocal Performance, deep study of body-centered therapies, and personal journey beyond trauma make me uniquely qualified to this meaningful work.

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Beth Potashkin, Ph.D.

Beth Potashkin
567 Park Avenue Suite 204
Scotch Plains, NJ 07076

phone: 908-922-4003

Dr. Potashkin received her BA, with honors, from Clark University, a nationally-renowned psychology department. The psychology faculty elected her into Phi Beta Kappa, an academic honor. She completed her masters and Ph.D. (1981) at Yeshiva University. She is also a certified School Psychologist in New York State. She published an article in 1993 entitled “The relative efficacy of Ritalin and biofeedback in the treatment of hyperactivity”.

 

Lee Potts, Ph.D.

Boulder Psychotherapy Institute
P.O. Box 266
Nederland, CO 80466

phone: 720 273 0708

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Lee Potts, Ph.D., Boulder Psychotherapy Institute Distinguished Guest Workshop Leader, is a theater director and internationally known performance coach. She works with therapists and others to enhance self-presentation skills. She has a Ph.D.in Communication and Performance Studies, and certificates in Gestalt Therapy, Conflict Resolution, and Mediation. . . . . .

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Whitney Prestwood MA, NCC, M.A.

Your Story Counseling, LLC
709 3rd Ave Suite 201
Longmont, COLORADO (CO) 80501

phone: 9702817879

I am a psychotherapist based out of Northern Colorado and I specialize in working with adults who have experienced or witnessed traumatic accidents & life changing injuries. These events can often alter your life in unexpected ways. It is my hope that I can help you navigate these changes in order to find yourself once again. Additionally I am able to work with clients experiencing depression, anxiety, grief & loss, post-traumatic stress disorder, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, addictions, and substance abuse. As a psychotherapist I would describe myself as warm, caring, open minded, honest, inquisitive, and fearless. Additionally, I find that a sense of humor is necessary during the process of counseling. I use my life experience and ongoing professional training to ensure that I am able to support my clients.

 

Tj Price, Psy.D.

Mindful Health Advantage
8015 W. Alameda Ave., Ste 230
Lakewood, CO 80226

phone: 303-202-6143

I believe I don't succeed unless you succeed & we are all good at our core. I also believe that each of us has more potential than we can know. We live in a very complex, stressful time in our history. It is often very difficult to know what to do, or how to heal. Know that there are ways to deal well with stress, loss, and changes in life. I have found that it is very important to develop positive relationships with yourself, family, other people, and ideally, the world, and universe. I am half of Mindful Health Advantage; Dr. Roberts & I are here to help you heal, grow, and develop into the person you would like/want to be - to develop/construct a life you will be proud to have lived.

 

Julie Pruzansky, M.S.

The Boulder Institute for Psychotherapy and Research
1240 Pine St.
Boulder, CO 80027

phone: 303 442-4562

I am a Licensed Social Worker and the Post-Masters Fellow at The Boulder Institute for Psychotherapy and Research.

 

William Sandy Pryor, M.A., L.P.C.

Pryor Counseling LLC
190 E. 9th Ave
Denver, CO 80203

phone: 303-815-8538

Sandy works with both adults and children seeking help for a variety of problems, including depression, anxiety, addictions, and relationship issues. Sandy's work with couples is founded in Gestalt therapy, which he has found to be very effective when working with systems of all sizes, from couples to families to businesses. He empowers couples to examine how they communicate or "get in the way of" communication and intimacy. He also focuses on present moment experience, personal responsibility, and mindfulness. A native of Washington D.C., Sandy received his Masters in Counseling Psychology from Naropa University. He is a Board Certified Music Therapist and is certified as a Gestalt therapist from the Gestalt Institute of the Rockies, where he continues to pursue advanced studies in couples and family therapy. He is also trained in EMDR.

 

Darin Rachel Pyatt, M.A., L.P.C., C.A.C. III

Counseling and Wellness Coaching
1530 55th Street, # 121
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 720-746-8504

Adolescents, Adults, Families • Mindfulness-based Modalities including ACT, CBT • EMDR, • Brainspotting • Hypnotherapy • Dream work • Sand play • Natural Highs approach to recovery and substance abuse counseling • Sobriety coaching • Wellness coaching for cancer survivors • Parent coaching for parents of teens

 

Ashley Quinn, R.N.

Align With Ashley- Integrative Bodywork : Spontaneous Yoga
1725 7th St #7
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 215-589-0864

Experience what it means to feel at home in your body. Together, we will bring greater balance and ease to your entire structure, cultivate a more integrated way of moving, being, and doing, and attain a new awareness of your body’s own innate support. Through a combined approach of myofascial structural bodywork (working with the connective tissue of the body), movement education, and Spontaneous Yoga in the tradition of Vanda Scaravelli, you will find freedom and greater ease within your body.

Offering private and small group (1-4 people) Spontaneous Yoga classes, Myofascial Release, or combined Bodywork/Yoga sessions starting at $50.

Ashley Quinn is a Registered Nurse, Certified Yoga Instructor, and a student at the Rolf Institute® of Structural Integration in Boulder Colorado.

www.alignwithashley.com

 

Myriam Danielle Rabaste, M.A.

Griffith Centers For Children


 

Paul Radde, Ph.D.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
3873 Florentine Dr.
Longmont, CO 80503

phone: 303 682 4330

Couples, Families, Adults. Cognitive Behavioral, Brainspotting, Jungian, Gestalt, RET, eclectic approach. 30 years experience organizational Consultation. Performance Workplace issues, management, supervision. Expertise in Thrival, Stress management, Highly Sensitive Persons, Executive Coaching. Problem Solving Evening hours.

 

Paul J. Rakowski, M.A., M.S., L.P.C., N.C.C.

Noeticus Counseling Center and Training Institute
190 East 9th Avenue, Suite #290
Denver, CO 80203

phone: 303-399-9988 ext. 103

Paul Rakowski is on staff with Noeticus Counseling Center and Training Institute since 2006 and serves as one of the Clinical Supervisors and as the Clinical Director for the Center for Addiction Recovery and Wellness. He has a Master of Arts degree from the University of Colorado at Denver in couple/marriage and family therapy, a Master of Science degree from Missouri State University in Biology, is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC),a National Certified Counselor (NCC),and an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS). In addition to his clinical work, Paul has also serves/has served as adjunct faculty at both the University of Colorado Denver and at Naropa University. Paul has a strong interest in trauma informed care, health psychology, body image and exercise, couples counseling, addiction recovery counseling and clinical supervision.

 

Lisa Ransford, L.P.C., C.A.C. II

MDS Counseling Center
1355 S. Colorado Blvd., C-100
Denver, CO 80222

phone: 303 756 9052 x 165

(ACOA, Addiction & Trauma, EMDR, supervision toward licensure) Lisa believes in the innate strength of the human spirit and assists her clients in accessing this.

 

Julie Rappaport, M.A., L.P.C.

OwlSpeak Counseling
2760 29th St., Ste 2C
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303 396 8084

I specialize in Heart-Centered Hypnotherapy in the treatment of co-dependency, trauma, addictions, phobias. I use Sensorimotor Psychotherapy to treat trauma/PTSD. My firm belief is that the client and his/her body has all the necessary wisdom to heal.

 

Julie Rappaport, M.A., L.P.C.

OwlSpeak Counseling
2760 29th St.
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-396-8084

I provide hypnotherapy, body-centered psychotherapy and Mind-Energy-Body (MeB) psychotherapy. Please visit my website at www.OwlspeakCounseling.com for more information. Thanks!

 

Leah Raulerson, S.E.P.

Noeticus Counseling Center & Training Institute


Leah Raulerson is a clinical intern at Noeticus Counseling Center & Training Institute. As a Masters student at Naropa, Leah studies Somatic Counseling, with concentrations in Body Psychotherapy and Dance/Movement Therapy. Leah is a trauma-informed, client centered therapist using mindfulness, body awareness, and movement to connect and reintegrate the self and the self in relationship.

 

Brittany Razee, M.A., L.C.S.W., L.M.F.T.

Healthy Mind & Body of the Rockies
2305 E. Arapahoe Road Ste 123
Centennial, CO 80126

Healthy Mind and Body of the Rockies is a holistic center focusing on the treatment of mental health issues with the assistance of yoga, meditation, and fitness. We provide licensed and competent mental health professionals who help you on your journey of life.

 

Anne Reach, Ph.D.

2975 Valmont Road Ste. 220
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-570-5442

People live the best lives they can without the help of a professional until they find that they have problems that they no longer can or want to deal with on their own. I work with such people. They struggle with feelings (anxiety, depression, and anger), with relationships, with changes in life and with attaining their goals. In my experience I have developed a great respect for people who seek to improve their lives through psychotherapy, a process which can be very challenging and very rewarding.

I view the therapeutic relationship as crucial in understanding the difficulties experienced by the people with whom I work and I aim to create an environment in which my clients feel comfortable exploring their lives and the historical roots of their problems.

It is my belief that a good client-therapist relationship is crucial.

 

Kari Rech, M.A.

SonderMind: Private Practice
3050 Broadway
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 720-541-8698

Therapist who works with PTSD, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and addictions

 

Sujatha Reddy, L.P.C.

Heartland Wellness LLC
2855 N Speer Blvd
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 303-325-5617

We offer: Health and Wellness coaching for Cancer, Heart Disease, Diabetis, Women's Issues, weight management, life transitions, chronic pain and illness. Mental health counseling for Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia, Grief and loss, Ayurvedic Consultations, Mindfulness program, Cognitive behavioral therapy, EFT Emotional Freedom Technique

 

Claudia Reiche, NCC, M.A.

Colorado eTherapy, LLC
736 Kimbark Street
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: (303) 332-2900
website: www.coloradoetherapy.com

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Hello, my name is Claudia. I provide affordable, high quality in-person, Skype, and e-mail counseling services. I can meet with you in Longmont and Boulder. People come to me when they seek help with anxiety, depression, life transitions, self-esteem issues, introversion, loss and grief, and many other problems. I have specialized training in dealing with tinnitus (ringing in ears/head) and hearing loss. I am also able to provide therapy services using the German language.

You want to feel better, and I can help you get there. Together we will resolve your problems. I will be truthful with you, respect you, your time, your privacy, and do everything in my power to help you.

Please visit my website for more information and contact me. I would like to help you. I am looking forward to hearing from you.

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Mary Kate Reisel, A.T.R., L.C.S.W.

Connected Within Art Therapy and Counseling Services
400 East SImpson St.
Lafayette, CO 80026

phone: 720 336 8859

I am a licensed clinical social worker LCSW since 2007(licensed in Chicago in 2003), and a registered art therapist, ATR since 2008. My theoretical orientation for therapy is informed by bio-psycho-social, family systems, humanistic, relational, and developmental models. I have past training in cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy.
I have an interest in mindfulness, Buddhism, nia, yoga, and martial arts.

 

Lucien Renjilian-Burgy

www.ShiftingStates.com
1722 14th St. Suite 130
Boulder, Colorado 80302

phone: 303-834-7471

Offering body-centered, experiential psychotherapy using a mindfulness-based approach to access core material and inspire freedom. Serving the Denver/Boulder community for over 10 years.

 

Cindi Rieb, M.A., L.P.C.

One Step At A Time
257 Johnstown Center Drive, Suite 208
Johnstown, CO 80534

phone: 970.587.4963

I provide caring and professional counseling services offered to adults, children, couples and families using individual or group therapy. These services include but are not limited to: Anxiety/panic attacks; Divorce/Separation; Sexual/Physical Abuse; Grief/Loss; Depression; Trauma; Establishing Boundaries

 

Laura M. Rieffel, Ph.D.

1333 W. 120th Ave., Ste. 316
Westminster, CO 80234

phone: 303 478-7140
 

Joan Rieger, M.A., L.P.C.

1365 Forest Park Circle, Ste 202
Lafayette, CO 80026

phone: 303 548 6901

I am a licensed psychotherapist with my Masters in Counseling from Naropa University. I am also a certified Gestalt therapist and offer Equine-assisted Psychotherapy. I work with individuals and couples, and specialize in trauma & abuse, relationship issues, depression & anxiety, grief, and addictive behaviors.

 

Danielle Rifkin, M.A.

Boulder Art Therapy Collective
1400 Lee Hill Rd
Boulder, Colorado 80304

I believe in the healing and transformative power of art. I am an Art Therapist and Registered Psychotherapist. I graduated from Naropa University with a Masters of Arts in Transpersonal Art Therapy. I am passionate working with life transitions, grief, illness, trauma, anxiety and depression. I have experience working with elders, adults, children, and families.

 

Dylan Rivard, M.A., L.P.C.

100 Arapahoe Ave Suite 8
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 7206334311

www.dylanrivard.com

 

Anthony Rivas

Alchemy of Healing Counseling, LLC
9224 Teddy Lane, Suite 103
Lone Tree, Colorado 80124

phone: 303-217-3735

The alchemy of healing implies change from one form to another. The change can be in your thought process, a change in awareness, change in relationships; all changes for the better, changes which help the soul retain its youth. Healing and change can only come from within, but is a process nonetheless. That is what counseling provides, a safe environment in which healing and change can occur.

 

Bita Ashouri Rivas, M.A., L.P.C.

Alchemy of Healing Counseling, LLC
9224 Teddy Lane, Suite 103
Lone Tree, Colorado 80124

phone: 303-217-3732

The alchemy of healing implies change from one form to another. The change can be in your thought process, a change in awareness, change in relationships; all changes for the better, changes which help the soul retain its youth. Healing and change can only come from within, but is a process nonetheless. That is what counseling provides, a safe environment in which healing and change can occur.

 

Carolyn Riviere-Placzek, M.A.

Collaborate Counseling
2101 S. Blackhawk St, ste 240
Aurora, CO 80014

phone: 720 708 4865

I have a passion for clients who are struggling with transitional issues such as the following: depression, work & family balance; grief & loss; adolescent & parenting; separation & divorce; blending & step-parenting; to name a few. Helping to prepare individuals & families for life events and crisis's is a pillar of my practice. I bring years of personal experience, expertise, training, and educational focus in marriage and family systemic based therapy, results oriented treatments and solutions for all involved! I look forward to speaking about how we can work together to meet your goals and objectives. My specialty focuses on relationships and emotional connections that I believe are two of the most powerful forces which move individuals into searches for transformation and healing. I use pluralistic approaches centered on a theoretical orientation of attachment and neuro-personal psychology based on solid, proven methodologies,treatments & solutions. I combine a past history of 25 years, corporate career with a psychotherapy practice, concentrating on individuals, couples and families with a systemic focus and working towards becoming a Registered Play Therapist. Please go to my website www.collaboratecounseling.com for full outline of practice, expertise, training's, and experience.

 

Jenna Robbert, M.A.

www.jennarobbert.com
5600 Arapahoe Avenue, Suite 207
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303-875-4817

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Hypnotherapy & Guided Imagery Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessessing (EMDR) Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)

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David Robbins, M.A.

Counseling for Transformation, L.L.C.
2760 29th St., Ste 2C
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303 225 2700

I offer an eclectic blend of mindfulness-based psychotherapy and experiential body-centered therapy to individuals and couples. I specialize in working with depression, anxiety, social anxiety, low self-esteem, grief/life transition, spiritual emergence or emergency, relationship issues, and men’s issues

 

Janet M Roberts, Ph.D.

Colorado Licensed Psychologist
11811 Upham St., Suite C-1
Broomfield, CO 80020

phone: 303-646-7472

Special interests include late adolescence and emerging adulthood, parenting teenagers, adult life transitions, aging, dementia, trauma recovery, women’s issues, eating disorders, body image, LGBTQ concerns, substance abuse, social shyness, group therapy, and couples therapy. Licensed Psychologist http://www.drjanetmroberts.com

 

Shawna Roberts, Psy.D.

Mindful Health Advantage, LLC
8015 W. Alameda Avenue, Suite 230
Lakewood, CO 80226

phone: 303.202.6143

Dr. Shawna Roberts I am committed to helping individuals heal the past, empower the present, and achieve a future that is meaningful and valued. I understand the importance of building relationships with my clients based upon trust and respect. Many clients have described me as compassionate, accepting, and helpful in guiding people to have the life they have longed for. My hope would be to offer you a rewarding experience. I earned my Doctorate of Psychology from the University of Denver after completing my masters degree. I have a variety of training and experiences in working with adults and children specifically focusing on treating anxiety disorders such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, PTSD, panic attacks, and phobias. I am an Adjunct Professor at the University of Denver, and I also teach child development and assessment at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.

 

Amy E Robertson, L.C.S.W.

1314 Main Street Suite 203
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 720-470-2230

I have been supporting individuals who are facing life transitions including depression, anxiety, grief, loss and trauma for over 15 years in the Boulder area. More information available at my website www.amyrobertsonlcsw.com

 

Georgia Robertson, Ph.D., M.A., L.P.C.

Your Educated Heart
P.O. Box 372
Niwot, CO 80544

phone: 720 278 6990

Providing individual adult therapy to those experiencing loss, transition, grief. Certified Poetry Therapist.

 

Teresa Robertson RN,CNM,MS, R.N., M.S.

Living Intuitive- Intuitive counselor
2825 Marine St Suite 106
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303-258-3904

Teresa can assist you in acquiring and building your intuitive knowing base.

Her gift of getting to the heart of the matter, and communicating what she perceives with clarity and compassion aids her clients to efficiently stop striving patterns and to begin to thrive.

Her approach utilizes and integrates numerous concrete mind, body, and spiritual techniques and tools.

Her goal is to assist you to better understand, resource and to live your life with utmost awareness and fulfillment. Her integrative approach is concrete, supportive and empowering. Her skill is co-creating with her clients(s) an overall healing care plan that then is broken down into smaller steps of their journey

 

Suzann Panek Robins, M.A.

Inner Visions and Rainbow Resources, LLC
840 Cortez St.
Denver, CO 80221

phone: 303-428-0968

My eclectic approach to understanding relationships uses what is relevant from the whole therapeutic spectrum. My client-centered training includes body psychotherapy, somatic experiencing, and holotrophic breath work. I also work with the biofield and chakra systems.

In addition to being a college professor and exercise instructor on both coasts, I lived in Intentional Communities and wrote Exploring Intimacy: Cultivating Healthy Relationships through Insight and Intuition while traveling abroad.

I have worked with clients for 15 years, and practiced meditation for 30+ years. I am available for private sessions or to speak to your group or organization.

 

Abigail Robinson, L.C.S.W.

2955 Valmont st. suite 230
boulder, co 80301

phone: 303 819-2279
website: www.arobinsonlcsw.com

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I am here to help you get unstuck and lead a more satisfying life. Whether you are a teenager, parent, college student, or adult, I can help you cope more effectively with whatever has got you "fed up", "at the end of your rope", or feeling otherwise like it's time to try something different.

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Sallie Robinson Ward, Ph.D., L.P.C.

2871 Kenyon Circle
Boulder, Colorado 80305

phone: 303-422-0956

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Sallie's approach to working with others is one of respect and honoring to find the most efficient way to heal trauma, awaken the feminine, enliven relationships, and come home to the self. Remembering you are sacred is essential. The work is to know you have capacity to embrace life with all it's facets and grow beyond your concept of who you are.
Find Sallie at canyonwellness.net Come in for a free consultation.

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Alison Rogers, Ed.D. LPC, L.P.C.

ALISON ROGERS COUNSELING
737 29th Street, Suite 101, (The Tree House)
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303.324.1046

For the past 25 years I have specialized in families with infants and young children. There are times in life when the demands exceed our capacities. The transition to parenthood can be challenging, but with adequate support, also provides a tremendous opportunity for growth. I work with parents who want to improve their relationship with their child, partner and self. I also provide assessment and intervention for infants and young children who are showing signs of stress with disruptions in eating, sleeping or behavior. I teach "The Yoga of Parenting" workshops and provide yoga therapy for anxiety and depression. I also teach trauma informed yoga. For more information please visit: alisonrogerscounseling.com or call me at 303.324.1046.

 

Michelle Rollins, M.S., L.P.C., C.A.C. III

Rocky Mountain Psychotherapy
2305 E Arapahoe Road, Ste 123
Centennial, CO 80012

phone: 303-223-0255

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Addictions Counselor as well as a Certified Laughter Yoga Leader. I maintain a holistic philosophy of counseling. The word "holistic" refers to the concept that each individual is composed of mind, body, and spirit, all of which are connected and influence the issues and concerns that you bring to counseling. For you to be successful in reaching your goals, it is important to be mindful of all three aspects--mental, physical, spiritual--and how they interact with each other and the environment in which you live and relate to others. I have experience working with a variety of clients and concerns and specialize in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Christian Counseling and Coaching.

 

Joe Roscoe, L.C.S.W.

1942 Broadway
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 617-777-4058

My primary interest is in working with people who are coping with symptoms of anxiety and/or depression, and understanding how these symptoms may relate to life circumstances, such as relationships or changes in environment. Specifically, I am interested in working with people who have so far not received symptom relief from other courses of therapy. Please visit my website at http://joenroscoe.wix.com/joeroscoelcsw.

 

Andrew Rose, M.A.

Boulder Emotional Wellness, HealingQuest LLP
909 14th Street
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303 225 2708

Office in Boulder on University Hill @ 14th and Aurora http://www.wisdomemotions.com

Individual Adult Counseling, Family and Couples, Teenage and Children Trauma Counseling, Experiential Non-Directive Play Therapy, Performance Enhancement

Therapy in Natural Settings, Individual and Family Ski Therapy http://www.skitherapy.com EMDR, Brainspotting, Biofeedback (Sympathetic and Parasympathetic state change), Emotional regulation is fundamental for individual happiness, relationship success, and parenting and contributes to improving equity in society. My professional mission is to increase the health of the community and individuals, children and adults, by providing counseling services and education to clients, practitioners, and caregivers.

 

Mary E Rose, M.A.



phone: 970-389-8708

I graduated from Naropa University's Somatic Counseling Psychology Masters Program and am currently working at the Addictions Recovery Center, Intensive Services through Boulder County Public Health.

 

Brooke Rosen, L.P.C.

3107 28th Street
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-775-7529

Brooke Rosen is a Licensed Professional Counselor, specializing in the treatment of sexual and pornography addictions and sexual offending behaviors. Specifically, she focuses treatment on healthy sexuality, sexual education, sexual acting out cycles, and relapse prevention. She offers therapeutic services to teenagers, adults, and their families in both group and individual settings. Brooke is a Sex Offender Full Operating Level Treatment Provider for adults and recently trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

 

Neil Rosen, Psy.D.

Neil J. Rosen, Psy.D., P.C.
2500 30th St. # 208
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303 494-1116

I am a psychoanalyst, licensed clinical psychologist, member of the faculty of the University of Colorado Dept. of Psychiatry, supervisor for two doctoral psychology programs and teach at the Denver Institute for Psychoanalysis.

 

Lara Rosenberg

Promises Treatment Centers


phone: 602-354-1643

"At Promises, our mission is to provide a gateway to sobriety for you or a loved one and to help assist in the achievement of lifetime dreams. For over 21 years, we have been proud of the pioneering, restorative, and compassionate care Promises has been providing to clients struggling with addictions and co-occurring disorders. Located in Malibu and West Los Angeles, with no more than 24 clients in Malibu and 18 clients in West Los Angeles, Promises proudly offers highly individualized and structured, 12-step based programs ranging from Detoxification, Primary Residential/Inpatient treatment, thru Extended Care, Sober Living, and Outpatient services. To learn more about Promises, please call 800-595-8779 or visit our website at www.promises.com."

 

David Rosenthal, M.D.

Adult, Adolescent and Child Psychiatry
880 Union Ave.
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303 440 3457

David Rosenthal, M.D., is an adult, adolescent, and child psychiatrist in private practice in Boulder, CO., where he resides with his wife and son. He is an Adjunct Professor in the Graduate School of Social Work at the University of Denver, where he teaches psychopharmacology. He earned his medical degree at the University of Iowa School of Medicine in 1986, and completed his residency in adult psychiatry and fellowship training in child and adolescent psychiatry at UC, Davis, Medical Center. He practiced psychiatry in various settings in California for many years and treated thousands of patients with ADHD, anxiety, and mood disorders before co-authoring the books: ADHD: A Survival Guide for Parents and Teachers, and Teaching Young Children With ADHD: Successful Strategies and Practical Interventions for PreK-3. A book, written for school counselors, is scheduled for publication in 2009. He has lectured widely on ADHD and mood disorders.

 

Rob Rosenthal, Psy.D.

Private Practice
1231 S. Parker Road, Ste. 103
Denver, CO 80231

phone: (720) 319-7272

I am a licensed clinical psychologist who provides long-term or brief-term psychotherapy to individuals or couples. I work with adolescents and adults who have a variety of concerns, including: academic and work problems, AD/HD, anxiety, chronic health problems, depression and mood disorders, learning issues, relationship problems, and trauma. If you have any of these issues, there are many ways for you to be more comfortable, confident, and content. Working together, we will identify specific strategies to help you reduce distress, increase satisfaction, and move forward in your life.

I also provide psychological assessments in the following domains: cognitive, AD/HD, and personality. An assessment can help you understand how you think, feel, and behave, and indicate strategies to improve your life.

 

Teri Roth, M.A., L.P.C.

Heart Quest
1374 So. Pennsylvania St.
Denver, CO 80210

phone: 303-778-8171
website: www.teriroth.com

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As a licensed psychotherapist with nearly 30 years of experience in North Carolina and Colorado Teri uses an intuitive body-centered approach that combines all her trainings and certifications. The various techniques she brings to her practice are gestalt, somatic breath work, hypnotherapy, psycho-emotional kinesiology (which she founded), meditation and somatic hydrotherapy.

Teri has authored her own newspaper column as well as published magazine articles. She lectures frequently at Metro College and has worked extensively with industries giving seminars on wellness, as well as trainings in communication and conflict resolution in the work environment. Another aspect of her work is facilitating retreats ranging from a four day women's retreat using nature and breath, to one day workshops.

The techniques Teri uses are effective ways to get us out of our heads where we interpret life, and into our bodies where we experience life. It is by being present in our bodies that we can understand and feel our pain, eventually moving out of it and in its place experience who we really are. Teri is adept at creating a safe container in which to have fun, yet do deep transformational work which allows her clients to explore themselves spiritually, discover their potential and understand the relationship between the body and the mind.

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Erica Roush, M.A., L.P.C.

5378 Sterling Drive
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-523-0895
 

Gillian Isaacs Russell, Ph.D.

935 10th Street, Garden Office Suite
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 605-431-5022

Trained in London, UK, I have provided psychotherapy and psychoanalysis since 1988. As my approach is psychoanalytic, I listen attentively for those unconscious patterns that may be preventing you from fully living and loving. Through psychotherapy you can discover insight into those patterns in a secure therapeutic relationship, where you can begin to listen to yourself. I believe that the therapeutic process is collaborative: we work together to make sense of your experience, so that you can continue your life journey in a way that is uniquely right for you. I have a particular interest in pregnancy, miscarriage, infertility, prenatal/postpartum anxiety/depression, relationship issues, life transitions including student-related concerns, mother/daughter dynamics, and the challenge of defining yourself as a woman in the 21st century.

 

Jenevieve Russell, M.A., L.P.C.

Nurturing Strategies, LLC
2800 Folsom Street
Boulder, Colorado 80304

phone: 7202392347

Heal. Grow. Learn. Thrive!
You are already one step closer to transforming your pain/problem into profound growth!

Specializing in working with:

• PARENTS: difficult birth experience, pregnancy, postpartum adjustments, single parents, starting a family, blending families, new phases of parenting

• PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC PAIN: experiences of chronic pain, depression, anxiety or feeling stuck

• TRANSITIONS: healing grief, trauma, new phases, relationships, college students

When you face life's changes and challenges with the right support, you can rise above and deepen your own wellness.

With over 15 years of experience, I help you heal, regain balance in your life, unearth resources, and gain tools to uncover your true joy and vitality.

 

Maria A. Russo, L.C.S.W.

222 Milwaukee Street - Suite 104
Denver, Colorado 80206

phone: 303-910-5438

As a result of the traumas suffered, often as children, we tend to react to life in unhealthy ways. My intention is to help you find what is keeping you stuck and contributing to unhealthy choices that can create such things as anger, depression, anxiety, addiction (to drugs, alcohol, food, gambling, sex, shopping, etc.) and unresolved grief.

By working with me you will receive inspiration to awaken to the possibilities for growth in your own experience, help in identifying your strengths to carry you forward on your path to your highest potential and the development of your deepest spirituality, as well as guidance and direction in creating change in your life.

It is my belief that inherent in all Beings is pure goodness; people are not bad, just wounded.

Please contact me for a complimentary 15 minute phone interview.

 

Kathy Saint Clair, M.A., L.P.C.

Saint Clair Counseling


phone: 720-273-6911

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Serving the Colorado for over 25 years, Kathy specializes in individual, couple and family counseling. Her deep belief that people can live happier, more productive lives allows her to work closely and compassionately with her clients and their issues. In a warm and non-judgmental atmosphere, Kathy also uses humor and spirituality to enrich the counseling experience. In addition to private practice, Kathy has extensive experience working in non-profit organizations, Longmont United Hospital and the St. Vrain Valley School District. Finding a therapist that is a good fit can be tedious. Therefore, Kathy offers a 20-minute free consultation for new clients and works on a sliding scale.

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Hannah Salander, L.P.C.

POBOX 17573
Boulder, CO 80308

phone: 575-224-1312

I am honored to support clients as they begin to experience a deeper connection with themselves and others, and a greater freedom and joy in their lives. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, trained art therapist, EMDR Therapist, Spiritual Director and hospice chaplain. I have many years of experience working with children and families as well as individual adults living through, and healing, from loss and trauma.

 

Jim Salico-Diehl, L.C.S.W.

420 South Howes Street, Suite B-100
Fort Collins, CO 80521

phone: (970) 222-9874

15 years of experience, specializing in PTSD and developmental trauma. Level I training from Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute.

 

Miles G. Salisbury, M.A.

255 Canyon Blvd #200B
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: (720) 565-6070

Miles G Salisbury, MA, has been working in the field of psychology and mental health since 2002. Miles received his BA in Psychology from Western Oregon University in 2002, and his MA in Psychotherapy from Naropa University in 2008. Miles works with individuals, couples, and groups. His focus and area of expertise is working with adolescent boys and young adult men. His therapeutic approach is informed through an integration of existentialism, psychotherapeutic and clinical issues, and spirituality.

 

Melissa Saltness, M.A., L.P.C.

2765 S. Colorado Boulevard, Suite 103
Denver, CO 80222

phone: (303) 886-0521

Most insurance accepted, sliding scale fee, free consultation. I use an eclectic approach which combines Gestalt, experiential and cognitive/behavioral approaches. I tailor my methods to each client's unique needs. I work with children ages 3 and up, individuals, couples and families. I help clients deal with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, eating disorders, addictions, relationship problems, personality disorders, trauma, bipolar disorder, etc.

 

Carmen Sample, LSW

Sample Therapy Services, LLC
229 Terry St.
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: 303-523-8057

As a licensed social worker in Longmont, Carmen offers services for a range of problems. She specializes specifically in trauma recovery, substance abuse and problem behaviors in children and adolescents. It is her experience that these problem areas can penetrate family systems, resulting in significant harm to relationships. Carmen's goal is to help individuals, couples and families learn the necessary skills to self-regulate and thrive in their interpersonal relationships. Her intention with providing therapy services is to act as an "agent of change" in assisting clients in finding workable solutions, obtaining their personal goals, and work toward their idea of self-fulfillment.

 

Sabrina S. Santa Clara, M.A., C.A.C. II

CCREAT - Center for Creative Restorative & Expressive Arts Thera


phone: 303.304.7880

Sabrina Santa Clara is a body-centered psychotherapist who specializes in in working with individuals with chronic conditions. She is a Medical Somatic Psychotherapist who incorporates talk, therapeutic touch, movement, and the creative and expressive arts into her practice. She has had great success in eliminating or reducing her clients' pain and symptoms. She is a Certified Addictions Counselor II, Dance/Movement Therapist, Massage Therapist, Yoga Instructor and Internal Family Systems Therapist. Sabrina offers a 30-minute free consultation for new clients.

 

Alison Garber Sarinopoulos, L.C.S.W.

700 Front Street, Suite 203
Louisville, Colorado 80027

phone: 303 3586403

In my practice, my hope is to offer an environment that encourages the change and growth that is needed for healing. I bring warmth, presence, and authenticity to the process.

 

Angela Sasseville, M.A., L.P.C.

Flourish Counseling
3557 W 44th Avenue
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 303-455-3767

Angela Sasseville is a Licensed Professional Counselor who opened her own private practice 5 years ago. She has been studying and working the field of psychology for over 12 years. Angela’s expertise is in strengthening individuals and assiting them in recognizing how formative events in the past can be affecting their choices and beliefs in the present. She also excels at helping loving but frustrated couples develop a deeper and more meaningful relationship with one another. Angela honors ALL differences and enjoys working with people from diverse racial and cultural groups and takes pride in being a culturally-competent therapist. She respects individuals of all sexual orientations and of all spiritual belief systems.

 

Patrick Sassoon, M.S., L.P.C.

www.sassooncounseling.com
1255 Cimarron Dr. Suite 201
Lafayette, CO 80026

phone: 720-212-1222

My practice focus on: Couples: marital conflict, lack of intimacy, couples struggling with cultural differences, separation and mediation. Families: behavioral problems with children and teens, parenting issues, family conflict and destructive family dynamics. Individual Adults and Teens: anxiety, panic attacks, grief, depression, anger management, destructive behavior, low self-esteem and communication problems with family and peers.

Multi-cultural counseling: I provide culturally sensitive counseling to individuals and couples of a different cultural background. I offer sessions in English, Spanish, Portuguese, French and Italian.

Approach: I use a combination of therapeutic approaches including: Existential, Gestalt, Systemic, Cognitive Behavioral and Emotion Focused Therapy.

Rate: $100 per 55 minutes session. Insurance accepted.

 

Dana Satir, Ph.D.

100 Arapahoe Ave, Suite 12
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720.921.7934

I am a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of adolescents and adults with eating, anxiety and personality disorders. My approach focuses on relationships and cognitive behavioral therapy. I collaborate with clients to notice ways they interact with others, and also work to understand the relationship between their thoughts, feelings and behaviors. Both approaches allow me to help people become more aware, while empowering them to make different choices.

In addition to this clinical work, I am a small group supervisor at the University of Denver's Graduate School of Professional Psychology and Adjunct Professor in the Counseling Psychology Department at DU.

 

Diana Saunders, M.A.

16 Mountain View Ave., Ste 104
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: 303 485 7200

Psychotherapy with adults, couples, and families; divorce education; divorce adjustment; step family issues; parent coaching; play therapy with children, sand trays. Diana's counseling uses a psychodynamic approach; she employs humor and is influenced by Virginia Satire, John Bowen and Alfred Adler.

 

Cristina A Scatigno, Psy.D.

www.BoulderAnxietyPsychologist.com
2737 Mapleton Ave Suite 101
Boulder, CO 80304-3836

phone: 3038770897

Dr. Cristina A. Scatigno, PsyD, LLC is a licensed psychologist who specializes anxiety treatment for children, adolescents college age students, and adults. She uses a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) model with exposure and mindfulness based strategies. She also conducts intellectual testing for young children.

 

Lisa Schaewe, M.A., L.P.C.

Lotus Opening, LLC


phone: 303-803-2264

I provide Mindfulness-Based psychotherapy and art psychotherapy services in a working art studio located in North Boulder. Evidence based modalities I have trained in and utilize include: Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, EMDR, DBT and CBT. My work includes serving individuals coping with a wide variety of emotional, developmental and psychological/ psychiatric difficulties. I am also a trained mIndfulness meditation instructor with over 20 years of continuous meditation practice under the supervision of a respected Zen Master. In addition to my work as a therapist, I am adjunct faculty at Naropa University, I exhibit my artwork nationally and my writings have been published in a variety of meditation and art therapy journals. http://www.lotusopeningtherapy.com

 

Stacy Schaffer, M.A.



phone: 602 885 5485

specializing in issues surrounding children and adolescent bereavement, divorce care, and transitions. Grief and loss groups, play therapy, and creative interventions to lead towards hope. :)

 

Lee Scher, M.A.

Golden Key Psychotherapy
190 E. 9th Ave, #490
Denver, Co 80203

phone: 720-771-3548

I practice a synthesis of client-centered therapy, Contemplative(mindfulness-based) therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Somatic therapy. Client-centered Psychotherapy starts with a focus on listening to the client and trusting that they hold the key to their own growth and healing. DBT works by helping the client build new skills in self-awareness, distress tolerance, emotional regulation, and interpersonal communication. I work with individual adult clients who are dealing with depression, anxiety, anger, grief, relationship issues, the effects of trauma, or substance and behavioral addictions. I also work with individuals looking for support with personal growth and spiritual issues. I have been a meditation practitioner for twelve years, which informs the depth with which I listen to and seek to understand my clients.

 

Catherine Schieve, M.D.

2315 Broadway
Boulder, Colorado 80304

phone: 303-442-6734

I am a psychiatrist and my practice combines psychotherapy and medication treatment when appropriate. I have been practicing in Boulder for 25 years. My training was at the University of Colorado Health Science Department of Psychiatry

 

Mimi Schiff, L.M.F.T.

1017 E. South Boulder Road, Suite H-3
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 303-619-3744

I have 10 years experience with families, individuals, children, adolescents, and couples. I blend solution focused and client centered techniques with alternative approaches to guide each client to towards a renewal of their goals and passion.

 

Sara Schifino, M.A.

421 Main St.
Louisville, CO 80027

Sara is a Registered Psychotherapist who has an MA in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from Naropa University. She supports teens and adults in peeling back the layers to reconnect with their truest selves. Sara is committed to helping clients honor their processes of discovering, honoring, and expressing their authentic, healthiest selves as they encounter the world through intra- and interpersonal relationships. Her approach is experiential and incorporates mindfulness practices, somatic experiencing, art, movement, and nature. She trusts in the wisdom of the present moment to guide the therapeutic relationship and is particularly drawn to Gestalt Psychotherapy. Sara is currently pursuing certification in Gestalt Equine Psychotherapy.

 

Paula Ries Schild, Ph.D., L.P.C.

703 Walnut St
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303.908.6557

Paula Schild is a licensed Boulder psychotherapist helping couples and individuals to resolve their relationship problems. My specialties include working with: Stepfamilies struggling with family problems, stepmothers coping with stepfamily conflict, especially with stepkids; couples wrestling with seemingly intractable relationship problems; individuals who want healthy relationships; women with depression. My treatment approach uses attachment theory and I am trained in EMDR & Brainspotting techniques that are very useful in working with trauma. I create a safe, non-judgmental environment that allows people to feel comfortable enough to reveal difficult or painful issues. Listening carefully to clients allows me to understand their relationship problems and help them figure out what they need to feel happier in their relationships. www.paulaschild.com

 

Danielle Schlagel, L.A.C., L.P.C.

Seity
323 3rd Ave, Suite 200
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: 720-204-4875

With warmth, humor, and honesty, I strive to create a space where you can feel supported, seen, and safe to explore what life has thrown your way. Wherever you find yourself today, I can guide you along the path of understanding yourself and your relationships, helping you to feel open and appreciate what life can offer.

I specialize in therapy with children, adolescents, young adults (up to 25), and the families that support them, as well as couples looking for support in building a strong relationship. I have focused my career on issues such as trauma, depression, parenting, anxiety, substance use, life transitions, and relationship difficulties.

Please feel free to reach out. You can create your happiness, and I'm here to help.

Visit my website at www.seity.org

 

Derek Schmidt, L.P.C.

REACH, Inc.
1777 S. Bellaire St., Ste #420
Denver, CO 80222

phone: 303-691-8805

Derek Schmidt is the Owner, Founder and Clinical Director of Reach, Inc., a therapeutic counseling agency in Denver, Colorado. Derek holds a Masters Degree in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology and is licensed as an LPC in Colorado. In addition, Derek is Certified in Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy, Gestalt Therapy, and Wilderness Emergency Medicine (WFR). Derek has over 12 years experience as a therapist and facilitator combining his passion for wilderness, adventure, and self-exploration while assisting individuals in creating powerful, illuminating experiences. Derek believes in the power of the “here-and-now” and utilizes the body, mind, and environment as avenues for exploration of the client’s process.

Derek lives in Denver, Colorado with his wife, son, and two golden retrievers. Derek can often be found doing yoga, climbing, or mountaineering.

 

Susan Schneeberger, Psy.D., R.N.



phone: 970-381-3718

Experienced, compassionate psychotherapy for adults, adolescents, and couples. Specialization in maximizing human potential, grief and loss, gender and sexuality issues, spirituality, and complementary therapies, such as hypnotherapy, imagery healing, and guided meditation.

 

Abby Schreiber, M.A.

Solstice Counseling
4325 Harlan Street
Wheat Ridge, Colorado 80033

phone: 720-340-1295
 

Rossina Schroeer-Santiago

People House Affordable Counseling Program - Intern
3035 West 25th Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80211

phone: (720) 507-6706

The human capacity is an unstoppable force once it has harnessed the power of self-efficacy. Rossina operates from a strengths based, person-centered approach that taps into this precious resource. Areas of focus include veterans issues, trauma, grief, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and career counseling. She employs a blend of Person Centered, Solutions Focused Brief, and Cognitive Behavior Therapies in her work. Coupled with empathy and encouragement, individuals will find they are better equipped to face adversities and sustain their victories. She is currently in pursuit of her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Argosy University.

 

Alyson Schwalbe, M.A., L.P.C.

Colorado Therapies & Aquatic Center
5412 Idylwild Trail, Ste 112
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303 960 7917

"Teaching People to Live Intentionally", Alyson brings you into full contact with your life and way of being. From there, she helps you make conscious choices toward the quality and depth of relationships you want (with love, work, community, etc.), and uses her direct relationship with you as a playground and 'test site' for your new life.

 

Allan N. Schwartz, Ph.D., L.C.S.W.

Dr. Allan N. Schwartz, Ph.D., LLC


phone: 720-470-2028
website: www.allanschwartztherapy.com

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With thirty years of experience, I specialize in Anxiety and Depressive disorders, Adult ADHD,and Marriage and Couples psychotherapy. I was a writer for the Mental Help Net. I have appeared in New York Magazine and Cosmopolitan Magazines, the London Guardian and on Television. I am licensed in the State of Colorado and my credentials can be found on the Dora site. In psychotherapy the focus the focus is on immediate problems and the relationship between therapist and client. The use of meditation, yoga and exercise are encouraged. Appointments are available by telephone and fees are sliding scale according to need.

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Arielle Schwartz, Ph.D., L.P.C.

5412 Idylwild Trail
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303 819 0623

With her Ph.D. in clinical psychology, M.A. in somatic psychology, and certifications in EMDR and yoga, Arielle has 12 years experience combining the mindful art of therapy with the knowledge of effective interventions

 

Beki An Sciacca, M.A.

Radical Acceptance Parenting Services


phone: 630-841-0458

Adoptive Parenting is not for the faint-of-heart.

I provide education, inspiration, and transformation for adoptive parents of challenging children, by integrating trauma-informed parent coaching and Deep Stress Transformation.

Certified Trainer through the Beyond Consequences Institute.

I am passionate about helping parents who are raising challenging children, by walking with them on their own path toward self-acceptance and healing.

In addition to training as an experiential psychotherapist, I am adoptive parent to my two amazing grandchildren, so I have been there, done that, and I GET it. So, if you are seeking Radical Acceptance...for yourself, for your child, for your family...for the world...I can help you. And, as a Certified Trainer with the Beyond Consequences Institute, I provide instruction and coaching in this love-based mode

 

Rebecca Sculley, M.A.

Rebecca Sculley Counseling, LLC
737 29th St Suite 200 C
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 720-219-9914

I am a Nationally Certified Counselor who specializes in body image issues, grief and loss, couple and family issues and life transitions. I work a lot with adolescents and college students.

I believe that mental health happens on a continuum. Included is ones mind, body and spirit which are all connected. To heal one realm you must heal the others. Through the counseling journey we can discover ways to connect all three aspects of your Self; helping you to feel more balanced, present and centered.

Please visit my website at rebeccasculleycounseling.com for more information.

I have sliding scale payments available and offer discounts to college students and pre pay clients.

 

Ruby Seastone, Ph.D.

ArtLife Creation


phone: 720 434 4746
website: www.artlifecreation.com

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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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Suzanne Sellers

People House Affordable Counseling Program - Intern
3035 West 25th Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80211

phone: (720) 443-1480

We can find ourselves feeling overwhelmed by stress, emotions, and unhealthy patterns. Sometimes our current coping skills are not enough or are no longer helpful to us. I am a warm and empathetic counselor that can assist you on your life journey. I strive to instill hope that positive change can occur, support development of new skills, and encourage movement toward a more successful and fulfilling life. I counsel adults of any age, sexual orientation, race, or culture. I provide a safe and compassionate environment to work on any concern, including OCD, co-dependence, anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, and transition.

 

Bill Semple, L.C.S.W.

2030 Floral Drive
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303-449-1669

My focus is helping people understand their strengths and weaknesses, successes and losses, and learn from what they have experienced in the world. I strive to help my clients affirm their purpose in life and achieve their future goals. I help clients to understand and explore their beliefs and adjust them to meet their current goals.

• Individual therapy with late adolescents, adults and older adults • Couples counseling • Resolve issues with depression, anxiety, trauma, and life changes • Help people and their families face the challenge of chronic illness • Appreciate the role of humor while problem-solving • Influenced by a Buddhist perspective

 

Kendra Jean Seoane, M.A.

Evolve Dating Gurus
4600 Macky Way
boulder, co 80305

phone: 7203788874

Fun! Expressive! Deep! Engaging! Funny! These are words that describe our co-created experience together.

I specialize in emotional dysregulation, eating disorders/body image issues, and dating/relationship

 

Ruth Setlak, LSW, M.S.W.

PlayConnectThrive
17301 W Colfax Ave Building 200, suite 200
Golden, CO 80401

phone: 303-525-0901

I specialize in working with children and families with developmental delays or disorders (Autism, Asperger's, ADHD, etc) or with behavioral challenges. I do developmental play therapy and meet the child where they are, seeking to support development in all domains (speech, sensory processing, motor, social-emotional) through the power of a relationship. I also work directly with parents either 1:1 or in the home, to provide individual therapy, parent coaching, play coaching, sibling difficulties, etc. Finally, I work to provide support for families maneuvering the school system with a challenging child.

 

Nicole Setty, B.A.

BodyBrain Wisdom


phone: 720 244 4703

BodyBrain Wisdom is about accessing information not just from the conceptual, rational mind which may not be accurate but more constructively from the embodied-self which doesn't lie. NICOLE IS A REGISTERED PSYCHOTHERAPIST AND HAS TRAINED IN BRAINSPOTTING AND BODYMIND PSYCHOTHERAPY. SHE IS ALSO A TEACHER OF THE YOGA OF UNDOING. SHE IS A SACRED PASSAGE GUIDE (FOR END OF LIFE), A CIRCLE TALK FACILITATOR( FOR SENIORS) AND A HOSPICE VOLUNTEER. Sign up to Nicole's newsletter. www.BodyBrainWisdom

 

Gil Shalit, L.P.C., C.A.C. III



phone: 303-546-2887

Credentials: Licensed psychotherapist, certified Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, Addictions Counselor, EMDR, Gestalt; student of Diamond Approach for past 14 yrs & currently in the teacher training; faculty at Naropa University; has provided consultation & clinical supervision for therapists & various agencies/hospitals in the Boulder/Denver area;

“One of my specialties is trauma therapy. I offer an INTEGRATIVE and HOLISTIC approach to healing that helps transform trauma and intense experiences, enabling people to find RELIEF, RENEWAL and new depths of ENJOYMENT in living.

I work with a wide array of issues including trauma, abuse, cross-cultural issues, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, life transitions, relationships & simply helping people get out of their own way to live richer & more fulfilling lives."

 

David Shanley, Psy.D.

Dr. David Shanley PsyD, LLC
1776 S. Jackson, Suite 800
Denver, CO 80210

phone: 720-515-1637

My name is David Shanley, and I am a therapist specializing in the treatment of anxiety disorders for adults and adolescents in Denver. I have my Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (PsyD) from the University of Denver. As an anxiety therapist, I use only research-based cognitive-behavioral interventions to help you approach, rather than avoid your anxiety. This has been proven to be the most effective way to treat anxiety disorders. Visit my website http://drdavidshanley.com for more info.

 

Barbara Sheehan-Zeidler, M.A.

Creative and Caring Counseling
8089 S. Lincoln Street, Suite 203
Littleton, CO 80123

phone: 720-839-4720

Barbara is trained and experienced in working with a variety of issues, including sexual addictions, unhealthy or unsatisfying relationships, low self-esteem, and overcoming the effects of physical/emotional/sexual abuse and trauma.

To help her clients cope with these challenges, to break free from old patterns of thinking and behaving, and to ultimately create a more fulfilled and balanced life, Barbara brings an eclectic style of therapy that incorporates EFT, sandtray, visualization, and other modalities. Barbara's work is grounded in respect, compassion, and hope.

While sometimes there is laughter and tears in the safety of this therapeutic alliance, there is inevitably personal growth and change.

Please call for a free 20-minute consultation to see if Barbara is the right therapist for you.

Web Site: www.BarbaraCounsels.com

 

Selena Shelley, M.A.

3445 Penrose Place #140
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-810-1316

In my counseling practice, I specialize in working with pregnant and postpartum women and families. I also enjoy working with individuals, couples, and families around a variety of topics related to work, family, and overall well-being. In addition to my psychotherapy work, I am also a postpartum doula and childbirth/parenting educator, and I facilitate groups and workshops for pregnant and postpartum women and families.

 

Marta Sheridan, M.A.

Lost and Found Inc. Family Counseling Center
6700 W. 44th Ave
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

phone: 303-420-8080

The Outpatient Department of Lost and Found Inc provides therapeutic services for children, youth, individuals, and families. Some of our specialties include trauma, substance abuse, health and healing, play therapy, and stress management. We provide individual, group, and family therapy sessions. For more information please visit our website at www.lostandfoundinc.org/familycounseling.

We also provide an Intensive Outpatient program for both adults and adolescents who would benefit from a more intense therapy schedule than the traditional one to two hours per week. For more infomation on our Intensive Outpatient programs visit www.lostandfoundinc.org/adult_iop or www.lostandfoundinc.org/iop

 

Valerie J Shinbaum, MS, LPC, MAC, NCC

7000 E Belleview Avenue Suite 350
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

phone: 610 322 7829

Practicing psychotherapist since 1992, Licensed Professional Counselor, Master Addictions Counselor, National Certified Counselor. Specializing in addictions (including but not limited to)drugs/alcohol, eating disorders, cutting, sex addiction, gambling, porn, internet/social networks, gaming, smoking, codependency, toxic relationships. Also treat couples, individuals, families, children ages 4 and up. Other treatment areas include but not limited to: parent/child conflict, work/life balance, work/life stressors, anxiety, depression, learning differences, ADD/ADHD, PTSD, career transitions, self-esteem building, empowerment, wellness, spirituality. Accept a variety of insurance as well as private pay, sliding scale an option as well. For more information, visit website www.bodymindandbalance.com.

 

Peg Shippert, M.A.

2760 29th St., Suite 2C
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: (720) 340-6261

I am ready to help you move past traumatic events and difficult times, improve the problem areas of your life, and at the same time find more of what you do want in your life. If you are not sure what it is you want, I can help you figure that out. I use mainstream counseling techniques, often in combination with treatments designed to help resolve trauma. While I enjoy working with a wide variety of people, I have a special interest in working with survivors of sexual assault/abuse or traumatic loss, and with their loved ones.

Beginning therapy to address past traumas can be scary. The first and most important thing we will do together is create a strong, safe relationship. Then we engage your internal and external resources, and develop -- as gradually as necessary -- your ability to tolerate and manage working with your traumatic past

 

Ayelet Shmuel, LSW, RPT

WholeStar Therapy
1201 South Parker Rd
Denver, Co 80231

phone: 720-252-7887

Working with individuals (teens & adults), couples and families.Together we can identify the opportunities for change! "If you will it, it is not a legend"

 

Ann Shopp, L.M.F.T., C.A.C. II

1006 Depot Hill Rd., Ste D
Broomfield, CO 80020

phone: 720 209 2486

Individual, Adolescent, Marital and Family Therapist who specializes in treating individuals experiencing depression, bipolar disorder, PTSD, anxiety, substance abuse, pain management issues. Insurance accepted and sliding scale.

 

Kelly Shrumm, L.P.C.

3190 S. Wadsworth Blvd. Suite 370
Lakewood, CO 80227

phone: 720 284 1367

Adults, Adolescents and Couples. Eating Disorder Specialty -- Emotional Eating, Bulimia, Anorexia. Depression, Relationship Issues, Grief/Loss, Trauma, Anxiety and Transitions.

 

Samantha Siegel, M.A., L.P.C.C

Mindfully Me, PLLC
400 E. Simpson St., Ste. G01
Lafayette, Colorado 80026

phone: 817-269-0052

My passion is to help children and teens cultivate greater self-awareness, understanding, and acceptance so they may thrive in all areas of their life. By using mindfulness-based approaches and building a relationship grounded in playfulness and authenticity, I provide a safe, non-judgmental place where self-knowing leads to growth and well-being. I guide children and adolescents as they learn to explore their inner world, effectively express their feelings, thoughts, and experiences, and choose and utilize positive coping tools and skills for self-regulation. I want my clients to see and learn that it is OK and safe to be who they are - that their stories are sacred and their feelings and experiences matter.

 

Jason Sienknecht, L.P.C.

Pyxis Counseling
11001 West 120th Ave., Suite 400
Broomfield, CO 80021

phone: (303)376-6362

At Pyxis Counseling, we believe that the most important aspect of therapy is building a relationship that is filled with empathy and trust. Our therapists have over 18 years of experience in providing counseling and therapy to a diversified client base, including adolescents and adults with a wide range of life challenges. As a client, you should expect that you will feel heard, understood, and respected in a safe and non-judgmental environment. In order to cultivate this positive connection, we are committed to understanding our client's unique stories and challenges. We actively collaborate with our clients to ensure our approach is designed to help our clients work towards the lives they envision.

Specializing in: Depression, Anxiety, Grief and Loss, Relationship Issues, PTSD, Anger Management, personal growth, conflict resolution.

 

Pamela G. Silsby, M.A., L.P.C., N.C.C.

100 Arapahoe Lane, Suite 12
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: (720)432-1034

I specialize in Energy Psychology and Personal Growth/Inner Transformation. I work with the mind/body system at the subconscious and energetic levels. I offer empowerment coaching and holistic counseling at both my Boulder office and my Denver office. Phone sessions are also offered for added convenience. I utilize muscle testing, tapping, inner child work, the law of attraction, mantras/affirmations, meridians, and the chakra system in my work. I absolutely love what I do.

 

Andrea Silver, L.C.S.W.

6274 Red Hill Rd.
Boulder, Colorado 80302

phone: 3039687531

Would you like support in being the fullest expression of all that you are? I do holistic psychotherapy (30 years of experience), mentoring and supervision. I am also a hatha yoga teacher and a laughter yoga leader. My work is informed by a thirty year meditation and yoga practice. I offer the tool of learning to create a sacred circle around yourself which is an energetic boundary within which you can remain openhearted and know where you leave off and others start. In this way you can show up for yourself in the presence of others and deepen your relationship with yourself. When you shine the twin lights of mindfulness and compassion on yourself there is an increased sense of peace, well-being and more present moment awareness. I delight in supporting you with your process. Therapy can be deep fun- challenging and rewarding. Call me.

 

Joel Silverman, M.A., L.P.C.

Joel Silverman, MA, LPC
767 Pearl St. Suite 220
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-440-7674

Joel is licensed psychotherapist in private practice for 12 years. He has a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology/Couples and Family Therapy from the University of Colorado at Denver. He enjoys working with individuals and couples who seek to create a stronger sense of connection, communication and intimacy in their relationships. He also works with people coping with trauma and abuse as well as anxiety, depression and addictions. Joel is an Affiliate Faculty instructor at Regis University in the Counseling Psychology Masters Program. He believes in creating a therapeutic relationship based on safety, warmth, humor and compassion.

 

Marietta Skeen, M.A.

3035 W. 25th Ave
Denver, Colorado 80211-4365

phone: 720-663-9824

I believe therapy is a rare and special experience, where clients are empowered to navigate the complex and often overwhelming terrain that is the human experience. By traversing the paths of stored thought and behavior patterns that often restrict our fullness of being, one is given the opportunity to restore vitality and approach life with more energy and direction. I prefer to work in conjunction with clients around issues regarding life transitions, self-esteem, relationship, stress, anxiety and depression. I received my master’s degree from Naropa University in Transpersonal Counseling and draw from Gestalt, mind-body disciplines and other eclectic therapies. I offer a free consultation and a sliding scale when possible. Please check out my website for more information at www.mariettaskeen.com

 

Amy Skinner, M.A., L.P.C., N.C.C.

Peak to Peak Counseling
159 West 2nd St. (Hwy 72 N)
Nederland, CO 80466

phone: 303-258-7454

Drawing from an eclectic mix of therapeutic techniques, I am committed to creating a unique and personalized psychotherapy experience for each of my clients based on their individual needs, goals and strengths. Coming from ten years of experience in the human services field in Denver, Boulder and Mexico my practice is rooted in a multifaceted approach including mind, spirit, culture, body, and community. I serve children and adults, individuals, couples and families, occasionally offering groups tailored to meet specific needs in the community. I am a Registered Play Therapist Supervisor and an Approved Clinical Supervisor. A free thirty minute initial consultation is available. Sliding scale counseling offered through interns in their final year of Master's Program. www.peaktopeakcounseling.com

 

Jenni Skyler, Ph.D, LMFT, CST, Ph.D., L.M.F.T.

The Intimacy Institute
5377 Manhattan Circle, Suite 204
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 720 331 3354
website: www.TheIntimacyInstitute.org

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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.

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Jessica Slatus, L.C.S.W.

954 North Street
Boulder, Colorado 80304

phone: (720) 837-1468

I am a licensed clinical social worker with experience working with adults, adolescents, children, and families. My work is informed by Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy, an integrative model of psychotherapy that blends attachment theory, affective neuroscience, somatic approaches and short-term dynamic psychotherapies to heal trauma, awaken your most authentic self, and increase your sense of connection with others.

I specialize in working with individuals with eating disorders and have post-graduate training in this area, but I have years of experience working with clients who are struggling with a variety of different issues, including anxiety, depression, trauma, domestic violence, relational difficulties, and feeling stuck or stymied.

Please contact me to discuss setting up a consultation: jessica@jessicaslatus.com

 

Amy M Smart, L.C.S.W., C.A.C. III



phone: 720-232-0406
website: www.MySmartTherapy.com

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Amy Smart LCSW CACIII is a licensed Clinical Social worker and a level III Addictions counselor. Amy has experience in a variety of mental health settings including community mental health, addiction recovery centers and community hospitals. Amy has two offices centrally located for convenience which provide a safe and comfortable atmosphere. Among other modalities Amy is trained in EMDR and John Gottmans method for couples therapy. Please see full profile for more information.

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Ashley Smart, M.S., N.C.C.

Colorado Sexual Recovery Center
3107 B 28th Street
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-775-7529

Specializing in sexual addiction and trauma work. I bring with me 5+ years of personal addiction recovery along with specialized training in sexual addiction treatment.

 

Carolyna Smiley-Marquez, Ph.D., L.P.C.

Smiley & Co, Ltd.


phone: 303 772 1714

I provide individual, couples and family therapy, mediation, group facilitation and parenting time evaluations. My counseling approach is transformational, with a focus on strengthening resourcefulness and well being. I am committed to deeply understanding my client's needs and to offering the best approach for the whole person or whole relationship. I specialize in working with individuals, families, couples and groups where cross-cultural or cross-differences impact their experiences.I also work with individuals that have experienced trauma, including returning veterans, hold EMDR and other helpful certifications and have trained with Nakwatsvewat Institute (Hopi Approach), the Amen Institute and Brain Matters, Inc. regarding brain injuries and health.

 

Dahlia Smith, L.C.S.W.



phone: 720-890-8519

I will provide you customized career and life planning guidance and assistance, employing my 14+ years of career counseling, coaching, and teaching experience. I specialize in working with midlife career change and women in transition. I offer workshops and individual sessions. In additon to private practice, I am a University of Colorado career counselor at both Career Services and Continuing Education, as well as a licensed therapist in Colorado. My philosophy is you need no longer settle, but can start living your life purpose now!

 

Regina M Smith, M.A.

JoySpring Therapy
@ BC3 1637 28th St
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 347-742-1069

JoySpring therapy is mindfulness-based relational therapy that focuses on helping clients to tap into the joy that is always present within them, regardless of the conditions of their lives. We welcome all clients, but specialize in woman-to-woman therapy revolving around issues of identity/individuation, self-esteem/self-empowerment, relationships, work/life balance, spiritual growth, and life transition.

JoySpring Therapy stems from the philosophy that joy is unconditional, and is not based on people, partners or having things a certain way. Joy does not exclude pain, discomfort, fear, grief, confusion, loneliness, wonderment, befuddlement… but rather it is the deep knowing that the heart can bear it all.

 

Scott "Max" Smith

People House Affordable Counseling Program - Intern
3025 West 25th Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80211

phone: (720) 466-5629

I am in the process of completing my master's degree in counseling psychology at Regis University. I come from a background in eastern philosophy, primarily Tibetan Buddhism, where I am learning to practice "mindfulness" in every moment possible. I believe mindfulness is the key to integrating the body, mind, and spirit; and finding happiness. I counsel adults of any age, and provide a safe, private, and compassionate environment to work on any issue, including anxiety, depression, trauma, and life transitions. Together, we can explore your inner world to discover, and cultivate practical skills to help you live a happier life.

 

Stephanie Smythe, M.D.

700 Front Street, Ste 207
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 720 272 8219
website: www.stephaniesmythe.com

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I use my varied training and skills, including the Rubenfeld Synergy Method, EMDR, Brainspotting and EFT to enable my clients to access their own wisdom, healing from the inside out. My somatic orientation facilitates the release of trauma, providing increased freedom and choice. Many of my clients are trauma survivors, whether from childhood abuse or multiple medical procedures.

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Sarah Snogren, M.A., L.P.C.

701 S. Logan St. #104
Denver, CO 80229

phone: 72020349602

I am a body centered psychotherapist, working with individuals who are interested in personal growth as well as those healing from PTSD, struggling with relationship and intimacy issues, as well as sexual identity issues.

 

Marilee B. Snyder, L.C.S.W.

Boulder Counseling and Advocacy
1722 14th St., Suite 130
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-669-9787
website: www.traumatherapyboulder.com

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With 25+ years of experience in working with traumatized populations, Marilee brings a diverse set of talents to her work with individuals, couples, children and families. She has extensive experience in treating psychological trauma and dissociative disorders.

Marilee integrates clinical hypnosis into her work, treating issues as diverse as depression, panic attacks, acute and chronic pain, performance anxiety, trauma sequelae, preparation for and recovery from surgery.

Her main practice is adult and family psychotherapy, specializing in treating trauma and all the dissociative disorders. Therapy modalities include solution-focused, client-centered, family systems, psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, ego state hypnosis, expressive arts, EFT, motivational interviewing.

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Amber Sokoll, M.A.

Healthy Mind and Body of the Rockies
2305 East Arapahoe Road, Suite 123
Centennial, CO 80121

phone: 303-957-6330

Amber Sokoll is a Nationally Certified Counselor and yoga instructor(RYT)working toward licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist. Amber received a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology and Counselor Education, with an emphasis in couples and family, from the University of Colorado. Utilizing techniques from both fields, yoga and mental health, Amber intertwines many aspects of the mind-body connection into the therapeutic process. Her belief centers strongly on the interaction of the mind and body and feels this connection is critical to a “healthier you”. Amber enjoys and has experience working with individuals, couples, families, and groups.

Amber has a passion for working with Adolescents and their families!!

$50/session (50 Minutes), $75/couple or family session (90 minutes)

 

Ernest T. Soper, Ph.D.

Psychological Services, P.C.
613 Walnut Street
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303 443 1223

I have been in practice since 1975 working with infants, children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly, in individual, couple, and family psychotherapy. I also provide psychological testing including personality, neuropsychological, psychoeducational (e.g., learning disability, ADHD, giftedness), developmental disability, career, forensic, and parenting time evaluations). My training includes humanistic (e.g., client centered & Gestalt), play therapy, family systems, biofeedback, neurofeedback, hypnotherapy, cognitive behavioral, substance abuse/dependence therapy, goal-oriented therapy, behavior therapy, and ADHD coaching. My approach is eclectic and, in a joint-effort with the client, the therapy is tailored to the person and their problems to replace painful or destructive patterns of thoughts and behavior with more positive ones.

 

Joan C. Soper, Ph.D.

Psychological Services, P.C.
613 Walnut St.
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303 443 1223

Child and adult individual psychotherapy and assessment, ADHD, giftedness and learning disabilities assessment, major mental illness, depression, anxiety, PTSD, family counseling, women's issues.

 

Debra S Sprague, M.A., L.P.C.



phone: 720-442-3574

EMDR Certified Therapist with 20 years of counseling experience. Experience with first responders, critical incident response, and trauma care.

 

Christine M. Springer, M.A., RPT

Springer Heart & Mind Counseling Services, LLC


phone: 303-956-0900

I am a Marriage and Family Therapist and Art Therapist who strives to provide a safe and therapeutic space for adults, adolescents and children (over 8) to work on a variety of issues. I enjoy working with individuals and families. Areas of interest include: life transitions, adoption issues, grief and loss, trauma events (past and present) and crisis work.

I believe that each of us has inherent abilities to heal and live a successful and balanced life. A therapist or counselor's role is to use learned skills and therapeutic modalities in an empathic voice to assist individuals in overcoming the obstacles in their life. My goal is to have that person feel mentally and emotionally healthy AND to thrive. I hope to help you unlock that potential within yourself using such modalities as general psychotherapy, art therapy, EMDR, TF-CBT and mindfulness-based psychotherapy.

I realize that the commitment to therapy is significant and it is important to have confidence in a therapeutic relationship. Please feel free to contact me for a free 30-minute consultation.

 

Jane Stafford, M.A., L.P.C.

5378 Sterling Drive, Studio 1
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-756-9052 X174

If you are experiencing anxiety, you already know it can feel overwhelming. I counsel people who are experiencing stress, social anxiety and shyness as well as panic attacks. I am committed to helping you find support and answers for your challenges.
For more information about anxiety and my services, please visit my website at www.janestafford.com. Feel free to call or email me with any questions that you may have. Offices in North Boulder and South Denver.

 

Shana Stanberry Parker

936 Rainlilly Lane
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303 447 2747

Therapy and life coaching for individuals, and couples. Specializing in issues of intimacy and sacred sexuality, parenting teens, and psychosynthesis (the bridge between spirituality and psychology). Working with men to reclaim their heartfelt power. If not now when?

 

John StClair, M.S., L.P.C.



phone: 720 308 8630

Specialize in group, family and individual therapy. I am a Certified Group Psychotherapist. I especially enjoy working withe teens and middle school kids. I have 23 years experience in /Community Mental Health.

 

Gretchen Stecher, M.A.

Heart of the Matter


phone: 508-292-6875

MA Somatic Counseling Psychology. Gretchen has more than 10 years experience working with women with personal trauma and addiction histories. She is also experienced in equine facilitated psychotherapy groups. Gretchen uses a mindful, body-centered focus. Her specialties are depth work with self-acceptance, trauma healing, long-term recovery from addictions, parenting skills, relationship issues, transitions, sacred ceremonies, and smoking cessation. Adults and couples welcome!

 

John Steele, Ph.D.

Psychotherapy in Boulder
1055 Miami Way
Boulder, CO 80305

phone: 303 499 9591

As a psychotherapist with expertise in therapeutic applications of mindfulness, I can help you mobilize psychological and spiritual resources that promote deep healing and lasting change. I see individuals and couple for brief solution-focused work or ongoing insight-oriented psychotherapy.

 

Richard Steele, M.A., L.P.C.

TheSoulsJourney
5277 Manhattan Circle Suite 250
Boulder, Colorado 80401

phone: 8324439892

I have been a licensed mental health therapist since 2007. I see Individuals, Couples and Families in individual and group settings. Adults and adolescents age 14+ Care is taken in the selection and use of an eclectic therapeutic approach drawing upon different ideas and theories that best meet your needs and life goals. My healing approach tends to emphasize depth psychology. Depth psychology calls attention to the importance of what lies "below the surface" of conscious awareness and explores what motivates our behaviors. Discover an unconditional place in which you can develop new insights about yourself and strengthen your ability to make healthy choices. .

With that being said, treatment is about YOU. YOU are the one that does the work necessary for whatever YOU are seeking. I only set the stage for this possibility.

 

Thiya Steele, M.S.

Psychotherapy in Boulder
1055 Miami Way
Boulder, CO 80305

phone: (303)-499-9591

I have a Masters Degree in Counseling and am a National Certified Counselor, with 20 years of experience providing psychotherapy. Presently, I offer treatment to adult individuals and couples for the following issues:

Anxiety/Fears Relationship Issues Spirituality Loss/Grief Transitions Trauma Work/School Issues Depression, Irritability, and Anger

I have specialized training in Multicultural Issues.

I utilize a variety of approaches to treat individuals, with an emphasis on truly working in partnership to determine the best means to achieve increased feelings of contentment and empowerment in life.

Devoted to helping others improve their personal situation, I offer a generous sliding scale fee.

(303) 499-9591

My office is located in S. Boulder, 2 blocks from a SKIP bus stop.

 

Sarah Steenblock, M.A.

Boulder Emotional Wellness
2885 Aurora Suite 27
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303-225-2708 ext 9

Sarah is a psychotherapist and the client services director at Boulder Emotional Wellness (BEW). BEW is a sliding-scale clinic offering services to low-income individuals and families. Sarah has worked with adolescents, teens, adults, couples, and families in home, school, community, and backcountry settings. Sarah practices EMDR and incorporates several other theories into her work, such as mindfulness and experiential techniques. She values the clients experience and explores what each individual needs while discovering strengths and assets they already possess. Sarah believes in the healing power of relationship and works with the clients' innate wisdom to grow and heal.

 

Janice Steinbach, L.P.C.

710 Burbank St.
Broomfield, CO 80020

I serve adults with a specialty in grief, loss, and life transition work.

 

Jennifer Steinman, M.A., L.P.C.

5191 S. Yosemite Street, Suite B
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

phone: 720-256-6220

Are you feeling overwhelmed? Are you exhausted? Is your tolerance level low? Are you needing a change, but you don't know where to start?

Jennifer Steinman has twelve years of experience working with adults who have struggled with the following issues: anxiety, depression, abuse, anger management, self-esteem, substance abuse, divorce/separation, parenting/ step parenting, and stress management. Five out of those twelve years, she counseled children, adolescents, and their families to address behavioral issues, problems in school, ADHD/ADD, and other related issues.

Rates: Rates start at $60/hour and are based on a sliding scale. Please ask about my low-income rates!

 

Michelle J Stevens, M.A., L.P.C.

Introspection Counseling
2305 East Arapahoe Road, Suite 119
Centennial, CO 80122

phone: 303-916-8770

Michelle J. Stevens, MA, JD, provides adults with individual mental health counseling. Counseling specialities include Adult Children of Dysfunctional Families, Anxiety, Bullying in the Workplace, Depression, Grief & Loss, Infidelity, Life Transitions, Self-Esteem, Stress Management and Workplace Issues. Please visit her website at www.introspectioncounseling.com.

 

Patricia Stevens, Ph.D., L.P.C.

Awareness Dynamics, LLC
608 Main Street
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 303-903-3464

My passions include helping clients find solutions to their relationship challenges. I am particularly interested in assisting both women and men in transition find their new balance and learn empowerment in their new roles.

My training and experience has focused on several areas: assisting with relationship dilemmas, helping aging clients and caregivers, supporting women in transition, and counseling substance abuse clients. I believe that anyone who has the desire to change has the ability to change.

My recent training has provided me with expertise as a Child and Family Investigator (CFI) for the state of Colorado. It is an intensely emotional and stressful time for couples and children as they endeavor to establish child custody, decision-making responsibilities, and child support.

I look forward to being a part of your life journey.

 

Lauren Stokes, M.A., L.P.C.C

Create Connectivity Counseling PLLC
1045 Acoma St. Suite 3
Denver, CO 80204

phone: 720-463-2604

Do you sometimes find that life feels uncertain, hopeless, or overwhelming? Do you hurt in subtle ways that you can't quite put your finger on? Are you worried about your child and aren't sure where to turn next? Perhaps you want stronger connections and greater stability in your relationships. Exploring individual, couple, child, or group counseling as a way to find healing and wellness a courageous step you toward beginning your journey to create the life and relationships you want for yourself and your loved ones. Whether you're seeking individual, couple, or child counseling, I'll support you in making sense of sorrow or struggles and creating more moments of connection, purpose, and joy. We'll create a space where you feel respected, accepted, and understood, exploring and nurturing your inner wisdom.

 

Timothy B Stokes, Ph.D.

private practice
4860 Riverbend Rd., Suite 1
Boulder, Colorado 80301

phone: 303-449-4392

“I invite you to come to talk to me about any problem you are having. In general terms, the types of problems that I am very familiar with are with men and women, and couples, who for a variety of reasons are suffering from anxiety, depression, anger management, communication problems, sleep problems, parenting issues, or general malaise. I assist unraveling the schema with my clients as to how their current problem has arisen, and have found healing to occur based on a combination of mindfulness, insight into the historical origins of a problem, and cognitive restructuring. Insights from neurobiological research inform my work, making therapy quickly helpful and effective. Please see my bio and website for further information about how I work: www.amygdalascripts.com

 

Edie Stone, M.A., L.P.C.

Holistic Counseling & Psychotherapy in Boulder
2027 Broadway, Suite H (below Oliverde and PVK)
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303 415 3755
website: www.ediestone.com/

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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.

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Kim Stromgren, M.A.

The Colorado Center for Clinical Excellence
1720 S. Bellaire Street, Ste. 204
Denver, CO 80222

phone: 303.547.3594

During our work together you will gain a broader awareness of yourself and your life and your ability and confidence to handle future struggles will grow. I practice from an integrative perspective and can adapt my approach to fit your needs; however, I always work toward the above goals since obstacles are inevitable for everyone, but the possibilities are limitless for how we may handle them. Some of my specialties include: fear & anxiety, grief & loss, relationships, self-esteem, bipolar disorder, multicultural & LGBTQ concerns, and chronic pain. However, whatever the primary concern may be, we can work together to explore its relationship to the rest of your experiences and uncover your own inherent path toward health and wholeness.

For more info please visit my website www.thecoloradocenter.com or my listing on Goodtherapy.org

 

Peter Strong, Ph.D.

Mindfulness Meditation Therapy Online via Skype
333 W. Harper Street
Louisville, Colorado 80027

phone: 7204733532
website: www.counselingtherapyonline.com

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I specialize in Mindfulness Therapy for working with Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Depression, PTSD and Addictions.

Mindfulness Therapy is very effective for chaining the core emotions that fuel emotional reactivity and is especially effective for anxiety disorders and addictions.

Besides in-person sessions I also provide Online Therapy via Skype.

Email inquiries welcome. Visit: http://www.counselingtherapyonline.com

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Kenneth Suslak, Ph.D.

5412 Idylwild Trail
Boulder, Colorado 80301

phone: 303-817-9963

I have over 40 years of experience as a therapist,educator,and international trainer and facilitator on the effects of war,oppression,and political trauma on families and children. My current specialties and expertise are working with couples using an emotionally focused therapy model and with individuals suffering from the long term impacts of abuse and other trauma. I have a gentle style and respect diversities of all kinds. I am a long time community and social justice activist. My website is: www.kennethsuslak.com

 

Jane Sutliff, Ph.D.

357 S. McCaslin Blvd.
Louisville, CO. 80027

phone: (720) 313-3514

I work with adolescents and adults who are suffering from anxiety (panic, excessive worry, phobias) or mood disorders (depression, mood swings). I provide cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), EMDR (for overcoming trauma or getting by areas where a person feels "stuck"), and Brainspotting (for similar issues). I also specialize in treating OCD, using ERP (exposure with ritual prevention). I take most insurance. For more info, see my website at www.drjsutliff.com

 

Tamara G. Suttle, L.P.C.

6222 Lancaster Avenue
Castle Rock, CO 80104

phone: 303 660-4989

Tamara brings 18 years of experience to work with clients who have experienced sexual trauma (recent and past) and issues of personal growth. Individuals and couples are welcome. Tamara also provides coaching to therapists and allied health professionals to help them build their businesses through a series of workshops entitled Private Practice from the Inside Out!

 

Sean Svoboda, C.A.C. I

LENS Therapy Denver
950 S Cherry St
Denver, CO 80246

phone: 7202599097

Utilizing cutting edge energy medicine tools and coaching, I help clients with addictions, head injury and mood disorders. I primarily utilize Low Energy Neurofeedback (LENS) to help clients recover from neurological symptoms and previous trauma. Other tools include far-infrared photon light therapy, EFT (Emotional Focused Therapy) Addictions Counseling and Eating Psychology Coaching.

 

Cynthia Swan, M.A., L.P.C.

212 Wells St. Suite G
Erie, CO 80516

website: www.cynthiaswan.com

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Individual and couples therapy: brief or long-term insight oriented therapy offered for those challenged by grief and loss, anxiety, depression, life transitions and relationship issues. Brainspotting, Sandplay, and dream work within an experiential psychodynamic frame and a depth psychology approach to facilitate connection to inner authority and self with courage and compassion. www.cynthiaswan.com

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Nora Swan-Foster, M.A., L.P.C.

1137 Pearl Street Suite 205
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-440-4000

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Are you searching for a new approach to old problems? Do you wonder what your dreams might be telling you? Are you at a crossroads?

As Jungian Analyst and art psychotherapist, I offer solid and creative approaches for difficult emotions and unconscious material. While there are many techniques to "get at issues", it has been shown that the right therapeutic relationship is the most healing factor. Developing a trusting relationship where we can explore your inner landscape with commitment, curiosity and creativity can be a life changing experience.

For over 25 years, I have worked with a range of challenging emotional issues, including grief, depression, anxiety, and trauma. I offer short and long-term analysis and psychotherapy. I also have a special interest in childbearing issues, including conception, pregnancy, and post-partum.

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Alicia Sweezy, M.A., L.P.C.

3445 Penrose Place, Suite 250
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 720 938 9808
 

Sara Swift, M.A.

The Spirit of Health


phone: 720-373-2726

Introduction To DARe: Dynamic Attachment RE-patterning Experience Presenter: Sara Swift M.A. SEP Date: Saturday, May 21 Time: 10-5:30 pm Bouder Co Cost: Workshop only $85 ( $75 Early Registration by May 5th Students: $75 OR PREREQUISITE INTRO FOR DARE 2: July 29-31 Creating Healthy Adult Relationships with Dr. Diane Poole Heller. INTRO Workshop, set of 5 DVD's & manual of DARE 1 is $260 by May 5th $249

Registration: www.DRDianePooleHeller.com

Explore the four foundational Attachment Styles:Secure, Ambivalent/Anxious, Avoidant, Disorganized with a somatic approach to "untangle" dynamics of family of origin attachment patterns and their expressions in adult relationships. Learn how to resource and nourish "Earned Secure Attachment" with an emphasis on relational resiliency, interactive regulation using powerful Corrective Experiences.

 

Joshua O'Brian Sylvae

Sylvae Healing Arts
2885 Aurora Ave. Ste. 14-A
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: (360) 870-0928
website: www.sylvae.net

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Joshua Sylvae is a Somatic Experiencing® Practitioner and Meditation Instructor from Boulder, Colorado. He combines his background in the practice of ecopsychology and wilderness therapy with nearly a decade of experience in the application of clinical Somatic Psychology, gleaned through private practice with individuals, couples, and groups, as well as through his role as a Primary Assistant & Media Consultant for the Somatic Experiencing® Trauma Institute. A spiritual practitioner for many years, Joshua also integrates mindfulness techniques, particularly the Meditating with the Body® protocols introduced in his lineage, Dharma Ocean. He will soon hold a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, and weaves in time-tested psychotherapeutic approaches to healing. He is passionate about transformation, for individuals and cultures.

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Vivian A Sylvest, M.A.

36992 Boulder Canyon Dr
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720.443.9555

In my private practice, I build a partnering relationship with you to help effect change. I guide people to develop a stronger awareness of self, as they integrate and move through current struggles and relational challenges. Every interaction supports the message that growth and improvement are possible. I bring an approach that capitalizes on each person's unique strengths through the integration of experiential modalities produced from Gestalt, transpersonal, somatic, mindfulness, and strength based client centered perspectives. I address and integrate personal goals and lead a person to new level of awareness and life satisfaction. Specific issues may include depression, anxiety, grief/loss, trauma, interpersonal conflict, parent – child conflict, family change (divorce/separation), and other life changes or repeating patterns th

 

Susan J Sylvester, M.A., L.P.C.C, N.C.C.

Consider Counseling
609 West Littleton Blvd., Suite 201
Littleton, CO 80120

phone: 720-432-0212

FEELING DISCONNECTED, CONSIDER COUNSELING TODAY... The mind, body and spirit work in unison and negative emotions such as depression, anger, guilt and low self-esteem are some of the harmful toxins that may manifest themselves. I feel therapy is a teamwork process that stimulates the enhancement of personal strengths and empowerment to aid in reaching your goals. Having been associated with a law enforcement agency for 13 years and working with victims in crisis I have experience in treating domestic violence, sex assault, grief and loss. I work by using a problem focused approach, identifying issues, the source of the problem and aid in providing resolution.

 

Elizabeth Taeubert, R.N., L.C.S.W.

3774 Ridgeway Street
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 773-230-7329

As a solution-focused therapist, my goal is to help you solve your problems that impede your happiness and well being. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve the current challenges in your life. You may be depressed, anxious, struggling with addiction or feeling stuck in old patterns that leave you feeling hopeless. Perhaps you are your own worse critic, habitually repeating negative, harsh, or judgmental messages to yourself. Or, you may be facing overwhelming challenges with your spouse or significant other. I have been helping people overcome these and many other life issues for over 15 years. My therapy style is warm and compassionate but also very active. I believe that therapy needs to produce insight as well as a change in behavior.

 

Uri Talmor, L.P.C.

Conscious Heart Integration
2945 Center Green Ct., Ste. G207
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: (720) 505-4295

I have worked in the personal growth field since 1991, both in encounter group weekends for adults and similar summer camps for children and teens. Both programs provided relationship skills training, conflict resolution, community building, and personal growth for children and their families.

Working in private practice since graduating in 2004, I have also worked at various treatment centers treating Eating Disorders and Distressed Youth working with individuals, couples and families.

Trained in Internal Family Systems, I currently I specialize in working with: Depression Anxiety Emotional Disturbances Eating Disorders Family Conflict Relationship Issues Children (Play Therapy) Teens Couples (especially conflict, communication, and parenting) Divorce and Recent Breakups Grief and Loss (including pet loss) Spirituality

 

LIsa Talucci, A.T.R., L.P.C.

Lisa Talucci Psychotherapy
1776 S. Jackson Street, #708
Denver, CO 80210

phone: 303-815-7704

I offer an integrated approach to bring new and creative ways to address the issues that you face. I specialize in relationships, loss and grief, adoption issues, health issues, eating disorders, women's issues, depression, anxiety and spirituality. My training and experience offers different modalities in which to approach and explore your life experiences and health that best serve you. I offer Psychotherapy, Expressive Art Therapy (art, movement, writing, role play), Voice Dialogue facilitation (a structured, experiential exploration of various inner aspects), Spiritual Counseling and MARI Mandala Assessments. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, Registered Art Therapist, Certified MARI Mandala practitioner. I work with children (8yrs old+) adults, families and experiential workshops.

 

J. Delaine Taylor, M.S., L.C.S.W.

Bliss Psychotherapy & Consulting
4101 E. Louisiana Ave. Suite 447
Denver, CO 80246

phone: (720) 583-5335
website: www.blisstherapydenver.com

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I am able to work successfully with clients who arrive in my office with a diverse variety of reasons for seeking psychotherapy. No matter the situation or circumstances, motivations for seeking therapy, I can help assist in your search for bliss and help you on your journey to healing.

We each have the ability to journey from being stuck to unstuck; from feeling trapped to feeling free; from compromising our values to creating a life with integrity; from being preoccupied in thoughts from the past to creating a life in the present. I am dedicated to helping you navigate through your unique life circumstances and feelings so that you feel your life is authentic, a life in which you will thrive.

I look forward to developing a meaningful connection with you and starting that journey.

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Damien Teague, M.A.

Converging Pathways, LLC


phone: (720) 440-2141

My role as therapist is to support and assist fellow travelers along their journey through the wilderness of life. While each person is unique, presenting individual sets of strengths and challenges, we all walk through this experience together. The path we travel, from the depths of the dark night of the soul to luminous expansion toward self-actualization, is at once terrifying and ecstatic. It is my calling to explore this territory together, bringing to the sacred space of therapy a safe and strong container which empowers you, my client, to chart your own course into life.

Certifications/Licenses:

MA Transpersonal Counseling Psychology, Wilderness Focus Naropa University - 2012

4Gateways Coach - A Jungian archetypal model, this approach is highly effective with specific concerns - 2011

DBT Facilitator - Noeticus Denver - 2011

 

Hunter Teets, M.A.

La Chispa Psychotherapy
5757 Central Ave Suite 25
Boulder, Co 80301

phone: 303-718-6482

I am a graduate of Denver Seminary's counseling program and am currently a post graduate student at the Denver Family Institute. I work with individuals, couples and families. Therapy can help with the following concerns: Anxiety & Panic, Behavior issues at school and home, Depression, Decision Making, Divorce, Family Struggles, Grief & Loss, Grade Problems, Life Transitions, Loneliness, Marriage Enrichment, Personal Identity Formation, Pre-Marital Preparation, Relationship Skills, Searching for Life Meaning, Self Worth, Sexual Compulsivity, Sexual Difficulties, Shame & Guilt, Spiritual Growth, Stress Reduction, Substance Abuse, Trauma Recovery

 

Nancy Temple, M.A.

Temple Mind & Movement
3035 W 25th Ave
Denver, Colorado 80211

phone: 3038475963

My approach to therapy is a combination of talk therapy and body movement work. I provide a strengths-based and motivational interviewing approach, believing that the individual holds the answers and power regarding one’s own life. Together, we uncover the strength within by discovering what already exists but is underdeveloped. By adding the modality of body movement to coincide with an emotional concern, a client can both physically and emotionally feel a change. Being intellectually, emotionally and physically stimulated within a counseling session creates an atmosphere for greater change both inside and out. My emphasis is in work with adolescents, GLBT, depression, low self-esteem, anger and more. Please contact me through my website at www.templecounseling.com. I look forward to hearing from you.

 

Lisa Michelle Templeton, Ph.D.

The Interpersonal Healing Clinic
1006 Depot Hill Rd., Ste D & E
Broomfield, CO 80020

phone: 303-514-4058

The Interpersonal Healing Clinic offers a variety of therapies including Mindfulness Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (MCBT), Interpersonal therapy, Humanistic therapy and focus on positive coping strategies. The importance of the therapeutic relationship is stressed providing counseling for adults, adolescents, and children doing individual, group, marital/couple, and family work. The IHC takes several insurances including United, Aetna, MHN, Human and Lifesync. Sliding scales are provided for those who do not have insurance.

 

Michelle M Templeton, Ph.D.

Three Peaks Counseling
12021 Pennsylvania Street, Suite 203
Thornton, CO 80241

phone: 720-425-1111

Knowing where to turn when life becomes challenging can be difficult. If you need effective approaches for managing anxiety, easing symptoms of depression, improving relationships, or working through grief or life transitions, then give me a call. I help individuals and couples bring more joy, peace, and contentment into their lives. Evening and weekend appointments are available for your convenience. You may find more information at: ThreePeaksCounseling.com

 

Kim Thomas, M.A., L.P.C.

2975 Valmont Rd., #300
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-587-9622

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I’m excited about helping people become aware of how they create barriers to authentic human contact in their relationships and helping to transform those that don’t serve them in a healthy way.

I love to work with people who are willing to learn to take personal responsibility in how they make contact in their relationships.

I love to work with people who want to really engage with their own growth.

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Sorin Lorne Thomas, M.A., L.P.C.C

QueerAsterisk@gmail.com
1518 Main Street, Suite 202
Louisville, Colorado 80027

phone: 720-507-6161

Sorin is a queer and non-binary transgender licensed professional counselor candidate offering individual, family, and group therapy for trans* people. Sorin graduated from Naropa University with a master's degree in Somatic (body-centered) Counseling Psychology. Sorin works with adolescents, adults, and couples/families of all configurations providing emotional support, transition support, and gender diversity training for involved family and/or community members. Sorin uses body sensation/movement and mindfulness practices to support holistic healing. Therapy is client-directed and Sorin specializes in modalities such as wilderness therapy and animal-assisted therapy, so clients will have an opportunity to incorporate a hike or Sorin's certified therapy dog into their process. Creativity knows no bounds!

 

Jeff Thompson, M.A.

Boulder Teen Counseling and Psychotherapy
3333 Iris Ave, Suite 210
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-877-3922

One day you’re a kid with no responsibilities and then suddenly you find yourself in that in between place...not a kid anymore, but not quite an adult. During that exhilarating and confusing window, sometimes having an adult to talk to, someone who isn’t Mom or Dad, can make all the difference in the world. I had that when I was a teen, and I don’t know what I would have done without it!

Now I get a lot of satisfaction out of being that adult for young people in transition. Whether my role is to provide a nonjudgemental and caring ear, to work more specifically with healing from a traumatic event, or to just give a little advice, it’s a true honor.

So feel free to shoot me an email or give me a call.

I offer a 30 minute consultation free of charge to find out if we’re a good fit.

 

Kate Thompson, M.A.



phone: 3034433816
website: katethompsontherapy.com

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Kate Thompson was educated at Cambridge University, England and trained in London and Denver. She is an existential psychotherapist, a supervisor and a journal therapist. She is a Registered Psychotherapist in the State of Colorado and accredited by the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.

With over 18 years experience in both the public and private sectors, in the UK & US, Kate has worked with a wide range of clients and their problems. She has offices in an inspiring mountain landscape and central Boulder. She also works over the internet, using e-mail, skype or phone for those who are unable or unwilling to work face-to-face.

For an introductory, creative and exploratory session contact Kate

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Laura Thor, L.C.S.W.

1840 West Littleton Blvd, Suite A
Littleton, CO 80120

phone: 720-283-3933

Laura has 20 years of psychotherapy and pastorally-oriented counseling experience with adults, especially transgendered people, and others who feel committed to their faith yet live just beyond the boundaries of their religious traditions. Discernment about callings, beginnings and endings, annulments, conversion, and transitions are aided by prayerful attunement to your essential unity with the One. She is training as a Jewish Contemplative Spiritual Director and works with those who seek the Holy as Catholics and Jews, especially converts. When the deepest stirrings of Spirit call you to lonely places, you are beyond the superficial and are ready for the God of mystery, not control. "Let your heart be silently drawn by the stronger pull of what you really love."--Rumi www.laurathorcounseling.com

 

Michele Tipple, L.C.S.W.

954 North St., Ste. 206
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303-443-7081
 

Soltahr TIv-Amanda, M.A., L.P.C.



phone: 720-296-0041

Cross-cultural, cross-gender competency. Specializing in grief and loss, healing from internalized oppression and psycho-spiritual issues.

 

Colleen Todd, M.A., L.P.C., C.A.C. III

Colleen Todd LLC
732 Front St Suite 202
Louisville, CO 80026

phone: 1-720-270-8389

Colleen has a warm, compassionate, and direct approach with clients. Her practice centers around addictions, trauma, pain management, mild brain injuries, mood disorders and anxiety/panic. Colleen works primarily with adults ages 18 to 65. She utilizes multiple techniques and approaches as she finds it vital to have many methods of working with clients depending on where they are in their process/life. Some of these techniques/orientations are EMDR, IFS, DBT, Attention processing training, EFT, and motivational interviewing. Colleen believes wholeheartedly in sharing her knowledge with clients and leaving no mystery around how techniques work.
Please feel free to email Colleen at ColleenTodd@gmail.com or call at 720 684 9845 if you have interest in learning more about her work. www.DeeplyEffective.com

 

Anna Pope Topete, M.A.



phone: 303-325-3511

Present-Centered Psychotherapy. Working with youth and adults in individual and couples settings, focusing on issues in life transitions, relationship, communication, anxiety and depression. *Sliding scale

 

Gary Toub, Ph.D.

1271 Lafayette St.
Denver, CO 80218

phone: 303 278 2448
website: www.garytoub.com

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Gary Toub, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist and diplomate Jungian analyst with over 30 years experience. In his Denver private practice, Dr. Toub specializes in Jungian analysis, depth psychotherapy, dream work, and self-actualization. He is also a senior training analyst and Board President at the C. G. Jung Institute of Colorado. Dr. Toub offers short-term and long-term help with a variety of personal issues utilizing the input and guidance of the unconscious. This process fosters transformation and assists individuals in realizing their full potential. Dr. Toub also aids in the search for meaning via connecting with the collective unconscious, particularly the regulating center Jung called the Self. For more information, see Dr. Toub's website at http://home.comcast.net/~gtoub/.

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Jacey Tramutt, M.A., L.P.C.

Radical Personal Responsibility LLC


phone: 720-470-3526

I specialize in helping people who suffer from anxiety and low self esteem. If you have panic attacks, anxiety, problems maintaining healthy relationships, or a lack of confidence which keeps you from achieving your life goals, I can help. Please visit my website at www.cultivateconfidence.com for more information, or call me at 720-470-3526.

 

Cheri Travis, C.A.C. II

CO

phone: 303 543 0365
 

Lisa Tretout-Rogers, M.A.

Lisa Tretout-Rogers MA LLC
709 W Lucerne Dr
Lafayette, CO 80026

phone: 303 956 9518
website: www.lisatretoutrogers.com

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Lisa has a Masters in Counseling Psychology with a clinical focus on Parent Coaching, Couples, Women/ Mothers, Family Therapy, Divorce & Life Coaching as well as Autism Spectrum, 'difficult' children and family systems.

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Ellen Tromey, L.P.C.

2975 Valmont Rd., Ste 300
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 720 837 3754

Elyn blends traditional counseling, art therapy, and mindfulness to suit individual needs. She helps individual adults conquer feelings of stagnancy and powerlessness in areas including relationships, careers, and emotional eating.

 

Sierra Tucson®

Lisa Jane Vargas
39580 S. Lago del Oro Parkway
Tucson, Arizona 85739

phone: 888-935-4488
website: www.SierraTucson.com

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Sierra Tucson® is more than a drug treatment center, as it is dually licensed to facilitate healing for psychiatric issues as well as many types of addiction and chronic pain. A comprehensive Family Program is included for all patients and their invited family members.The acclaimed Sierra Tucson treatment philosophy, expressed as the Sierra Model®, recognizes that we all exist as mind, body, spirit, and emotions. The combination of both traditional and innovative therapies engages patients experientially. Only after healing progresses beyond the symptomatic to embrace the whole person does real recovery begin. Sierra Tucson has received dual Accreditation by The Joint Commission, plus Pain Program Accreditation by the American Academy of Pain Management. Specialized programs are offered for Chemical Dependency, Eating Disorders, Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Sexual Compulsivity, Trauma, Chronic Pain, and Complex Assessment and Diagnosis. Our Progressions Program is available for advanced recovery skills.

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Beverly Tuel, Ph.D.

Heart Solutions, LLC
3445 Penrose Place, Suite 250
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303 355 0280
website: www.BevTuel.com

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Clients: adult individuals and couples. Issues: depression, anxiety, adjustment, relationships, sexual orientation & gender identity. Approach to treatment: individualized, drawing upon Emotion Focused Therapy, mindfulness, and brain research. Boulder and Denver appointments available.

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Sarahdawn Tunis, M.A.

Confident Connections Counseling
662 Grant Street
Denver, CO 80203

phone: 720-394-5403

Are you challenged by your child's behavior? Struggling through depression or a loss? Fighting with your partner or family? Do you feel like something in your life has got to change, but you don't know what to do?

I am a couple, family, and individual therapist with over tweleve years in the field of mental health and would love the opportunity to help you discover the answers to make those changes.

I see therapy as a way to enable you to find empowerment to achieve your goals and the life you want. I help you to do this with a primary focus on relationships, not only relationships with others but the most important relationship; the one you have with YOURSELF.

I specialize in depression, anxiety, mood disorders, grief & loss, relationship issues, and supporting parents and families blessed by yet struggling with a difficult child.

 

Karen Turner, DAPA, L.M.F.T.

5941 So. Emporia Cir.
Englewood, CO 80111

phone: 303-726-0847
website: www.ElderWisdom.com

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Having worked in the field of human growth for almost 40 years, Karen Turner has worked with thousands of people, in all walks of life. Combining spirituality with Depth Psychology, shamanism, Jungian work, psychosynthesis, and intuition development, she works with individuals and couples. Karen feels her life has been blessed and privileged because these people have shared so much, teaching her how to work with them. All crises have the potential for spiritual awakening. She helps people discover and apply the tasks necessary for them to actualize this potential. Karen works in person, by phone or chatroom. Karen taught in and helped to establish one of the original Transpersonal Psychology programs in the world at JFK University; she is an internationally known author, workshop and presentation leader.

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Jay Uecker, D.C.

Network Life Center
1017 E. South Boulder Road, Suite H1
Louisville, Colorado 80027

phone: 303-664-1256

The Network Life Center has been helping people celebrate life since 2001. Our mission is to serve the exceptional life experience by offering the highest quality of care for an affordable investment in a nurturing environment. We are committed to helping individuals and families experience a greater connection to themselves and their lives through a revolutionary approach to wellness known as Network Spinal Analysis.

 

Julie Uhernik, R.N., L.P.C.

Faith Counseling Center, LLC
19753 E. Pikes Peak Ct., Ste 202
Parker, CO 80138

phone: 303 918 1775

Julie is a Counselor and RN working with individuals, couples and adolescents. Julie's approach is holistic and solution focused, assisting people through life transitions, relationship concerns and toward greater health and wellness.

 

Tatum Oman Uhrick, L.P.C., RPT

Kidlife
1634 Walnut Suite 221
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720-470-7244

Hello, I am a Registered Play Therapist offering play therapy to children 3-13 years old and parent coaching. I love what I do. Through a non-directive, gentle approach I get to help children to recognize their inner strength empowering the child. During the process, typically the child experiences emotional and behavioral shifts, learns more coping skills, begins to self soothes more, has an increase in self confidence and self esteem and frees up things that have been blocking them for excelling. If needed social skills and/or boundaries are increased as well among other. I also work with you (the parents) teaching parent tools and advising. I work often with children with anxiety among other populations. I hope to hear from you and help you and your child. Feel free to check out my website for more info: www.childtherapyboulder.com

 

Magaly Ulate

People House Affordable Counseling Program - Intern
3035 West 25th Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80211

phone: (720) 541-5173

Experiences, thoughts, perceptions and/or behaviors create barriers and make us struggle to connect with ourselves and with others. The result can be feelings of emptiness, sadness, unhappy, angry, scared, hopeless, rejected, alone among others. This can be associated with depression, anxiety, self-esteem, grief and loss issues. Through therapy we can work integrating who you are and how you interact with the world in a way that will make you find yourself and be what you have always have wanted. I spent over 3 years working at a Children and Family Intensive Outpatient center as a bilingual therapist. I have attended trainings in EFT and play therapy among others and have experience treating attachment related problems with adults and children. I conduct counseling sessions in English or Spanish.

 

Hannah Upham, A.T.R., M.A., L.P.C.

Phytology Natural Health


phone: 303 709 4912

Hannah Upham is a licensed professional counselor, art therapist and horticultural therapist in Lafayette and Boulder, Colorado. She has a private practice where she offers art, music, horticulture and play as modalities to help children, adolescents, adults, couples and families through mental health issues, transitions and difficulties in their lives.

She is also an artist and designer and works individually to curate and design mindful events including weddings, parties, anniversaries, art shows, and other important life celebrations.

Her product line, Phytology,incorporates her love of horticulture with sustainable natural living. It is a line of natural soaps, lotions, balms, teas, herbal candies and a line of herbs and perennials from which her products are made.

 

Rachael Uris, M.A.

www.rachaeluris.com
1035 Pearl Street, Suite 410
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: (720) 515-5184

Trauma blocks our ability to see our own healing power. It derails our confidence in our amazing strength, radiance, and perseverance. I help people work through difficult events by helping them connect with this power already present within; I guide people in their journeys toward uncovering and embracing their own inner wisdom, creativity, and strength. Having someone witness and feel your joys and pains with you may be the most healing aspect of therapy. I offer you a safe space for us to explore the darkest and most difficult places together. You don't have to do it alone. Though we cannot control our emotions, by making friends with them we can find peace and maintain greater control over our lives. I hope to guide this process of embracing the colorfulness of the turbulent human heart, at a rate that is both gentle and challenging.

 

Colorado Group Psychotherapy Society Van Dyke

Colorado Group Psychotherapy Society
PO Box 560
Boulder, Colorado 80306

phone: 719 659 6228
 

Eileen M Vandergrift, Ph.D.

www.memoriesinmotionproject.com


phone: 303 593 2201
website: www.memoriesinmotionproject.com

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My work involves a deep personal commitment to growing through grief. Specifically, I've developed a short-term therapeutic intervention intended to diminish suffering by expanding stories. It can be experienced independent of, or in collaboration with, ongoing individual psychotherapy. Whatever your losses, sustained or on the horizon, the meaning you make of them requires a capacity to create that, often elusive, 'new normal'. Through a brief process ( 6-12 sessions) we will engage in a collaborative effort to explore new perspectives, aiming to reveal the stories your loss has yet to tell. Ultimately, we will formulate our understandings through a concrete, creative project that memorializes what we discover. I believe that it is not suffering, but meaningless suffering, that defeat us...We can use our suffering to move us forward.

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Lois Vanderkooi, Psy.D.

Private Practice
710 Burbank St.
Broomfield, CO 80020-1658

phone: 303-439-0407

27 years+ experience. Work with depression, anxiety, PTSD and complex cases and with adults, children, & couples. Trained in many approaches, including nervous system regulation and nonviolent communication. Sliding fee scale for self-pay clients and accept many insurances. See www.drlvk.com for more information.

 

Brooke Vanek, M.A., N.C.C.

Luna Counseling Center
6000 E. Evans Ave Bldg 1 Suite 255
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720-277-6125

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Through support and encouragement, I strongly believe that every individual has the ability to create change and find balance in their lives. Currently, I am specializing in working with clients who are struggling with perinatal mood disorders, infertility, baby loss and the transition to parenthood. In addition to my specialties, I am trauma informed and have been trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing, which supports my work with clients who are dealing with varying life challenges and mental health concerns.

I feel that therapy should go beyond the face-to-face meeting between the therapist and client, which is why I use mind-body techniques, to help clients navigate and manage overwhelming stress.

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Sandra Varley, Ph.D.

Integrus MindCare Consulting
1015 37th Ave Ct., #102
Greeley, CO 80634

phone: 970-352-6830

I have a deeply held passion for helping people transform their lives. My expertise is in the areas of sexual trauma and abuse, eating disorders, and marriage and family counseling. My preparation and education includes advanced training in sexual trauma, complex trauma, and sexual addiction through Masters and Johnson. As an affiliate faculty member at Regis University and former Assistant Professor at Colorado Christian University, I have also taught graduate courses in each of these fields. It may be important to you to include your faith or spiritual walk into the counseling process. This integration is something I enjoy as well. I see counseling as a journey of soul-tending. I'll work compassionately and respectfully to find your best paths to well-being.

 

Hannah Vaughan, M.S.

Healthy Self. Healthy Life., LLC
1440 Blake Street, Suite 330
Denver, CO 80202

phone: (303) 656-3527

My philosophy of therapy is to use a collaborative approach in order to utilize people's strengths and resources in order to help them put into effect the changes they wish to see. I am open to see individuals, couples, and families for a variety of issues, including but not limited to: personal exploration, life transitions, couple’s enrichment/premarital, parenting, and grief & loss. I am committed to creating a safe environment that honors diverse backgrounds, family forms, and experiences.

I am a highly trained therapist with a great deal of experience in relational/family therapy, hospice grief counseling, and conducting individual and group sessions. I maintain a commitment to continue to learn from and train with masters in the field.

Weekend and evening appointments available.

Please call to inquire and schedule.

 

Kenda Vaughan, M.A.

Access Possibilities


phone: 303-960-6127

Seasoned and compassionate counselor. Vastly experienced as a counselor who specializes in serving adults, teens and children with chronic illnesses and disabilities. Individual, couple and family therapy available. Small support and peer groups offered. Personal, thorough and insightful. Offices in both Boulder and Longmont. Also an educator who offers trainings in a variety of subjects related to special needs. Serves nonprofits, schools and local businesses. Upon request counseling can include a social therapy dog or cat on site at Longmont office.

 

Rana Smith Verret, M.A., L.P.C.

Canyon Retreat Counseling Services (CRCS)
703 Walnut
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303 807 4460

Enhance Your Inner Retreat! CRCS provides individual, couples, family and group therapy. Located at the mouth of Boulder Canyon, CRCS is the new psychotherapy office of Rana Verret, previously practicing at BCH's Mapleton Counseling Center. Rana is trained in Marriage and Family Therapy, EMDR, DBT and has served individuals and families in inpatient and outpatient settings since 1985. She enjoys working with extended and subsets of families, when appropriate, in working through a member's individual symptoms and relational difficulties. Rana is professionally pursuing more knowledge and skill in addressing the impact of brain health, nutrition and trauma on individual, relational and professional performance. Personally, Rana is married in a blended family, an active parent of 2 teenage boys and enjoys hiking, tennis and snow sports

 

Christina Veselak, L.M.F.T., J.D.

Garden Gate Counseling & Consulting
7200 E dry creek rd
Centennial, Colorado 80112

phone: 3038889617
website: www.christinaveselak.com/

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I am a licensed Psychotherapist (LMFT) And Certified Nutritionist (CN) specializing in individual counseling, addiction recovery and mental health nutrition.

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Jan Veselak, M.A., L.A.C.

Relapse Prevention Services
5031 S. Ulster Street
Denver, Colorado 80237

phone: 303-718-6853

I am a Licensed Addiction Counselor with 25 years of experience. I was trained and specialize in relapse prevention. I work on those beliefs and emotions that block a your recovery. I am also a certified hypnotherapist and Neuro-linguistic programmer. My focus is on building up your natural resources to stay sober. I also work with process addictions such as sex, gambling and porn. I use hypnosis and bilateral stimulation to help build up a your resources to self-nurture and protect you from the ravages of guilt, shame anxiety and self-limiting beliefs.

I emphasize that addiction is a pathological relationship with a mind altering substance or process. The struggle to leave the addiction is as emotional as getting a divorce. I can help you get up the courage to leave the drug. I then can coach you to stay sober.

 

Danielle Vice, L.C.S.W.

9035 Wadsworth Pkwy. Suite 2600
Westminster, CO 80021

phone: 303-888-3974

Psychotherapy for adults and adolescents.

 

Richard Viola, M.A.

Viola ADHD Coaching


phone: 303- 482-6919

Richard provides coaching and counseling to clients ages 10 and older who struggle with neuropsychological, social and executive function deficits. Richard uses a strengths based approach with clients who typically have an ADHD, Aspergers and/or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) diagnosis. He incorporates evidenced based practices to assist clients in the development of new skills including task initiation, goal directed persistence, emotional regulation and working memory. Richard's office is located in Boulder, CO. Richard's website is www.violaadhdcoaching.com and you can contact him by email at richard@violaadhdcoaching.com

Prior to launching his ADHD coaching practice Richard worked for over 10 years as a masters level mental health clinician working within the hospital and public mental health sector in emergency psychiatry.

 

Daniel Vose, M.A.

100 West Arapahoe Lane STE 12
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: (520)955-4304

Ever feel like you are missing something? In overwhelming events, both big and small, we loose connection with parts of ourself. Consequently, we often feel incomplete. I specialize in bringing those lost parts of the self back, so that you can feel happy and whole in yourself again. I use techniques I learned from trauma resolution and attachment repair training as well as training I have from indigenous medicine lineages and Graduate School. I use the body as an inroad to the unconscious (which shapes conscious experience) to find healthy balance between parts of the self. Mental and behavioral patterns are hard wired into your physiology. My approach works directly with your physiology, allowing it to rewire so that you can find a greater sense of wholeness. My method works particularly well with 20-45 yr olds who have anxiety

 

Danielle L Waagmeester, M.A.

Mind and Heart Matters
3035 W 25th Ave
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 720-515-0101

Danielle believes that the problem is the problem; the person is not the problem. Problems exist outside of who we are, and we become troubled when the problem becomes part of our identity. We create meaning in our lives based on the story we have developed of who we are. Problem saturated stories can become oppressive. Creating space between the person and the problem helps to provide the ability to find the hidden possibilities within, and to change the outcome and re-author the story. Danielle received her MA in Clinical Counseling from the University of Northern Colorado and is an independent facilitator of Becoming a Love and Logic Parent® curriculum. Individuals, couples, families and children welcome.

 

Jessica Waclawski, M.A.

GRACE's Blossom
2640 W. 28th Ave
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 303-717-0801

When working with couples and families, I focus on solutions that will lead to stronger and healthier relationships. I respect my client's own awareness and perspective as we work collaboratively to achieve their goals. A focus of my work is within perinatal mood disorders and transitions where I help families feel successful through the many challenges that can accompany birth. I also have specific work helping with divorce transitions, co-parenting contracts, and substance use in families.

 

Katie Wade, M.Ed, L.P.C.

1800 30th St. Ste. 207
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 3188056789

I specialize in working with older adults, caregivers and individuals experiencing transition. I also enjoy working with individuals exploring what values and lifestyle choices are right for them, especi if those choices are different from the values they were taught in childhood or the values their loved ones hold.ave worked in several settings, with many different issues and populations. However, all of these settings have one thing in common - they are focused on brief interventions. I believe clients can make the changes they want, often in brief time frame. I am here to facilitate that process in an efficient way so you can get the most out of each session. I am a proponent of strengths-based therapy wrapped in a cognitive behavioral approach with elements of Gestalt techniques.

 

Melissa Walker, R-DMT, M.A.

www.melissawalkerDMT.com
8774 Yates Drive, Suite #250
Westminster, CO 80031

phone: 720-345-9144

As a therapist, it is my commitment to support my clients in following their own bliss. The modalities that I weave together include Dance Movement Therapy, Somatic Therapy, Somatic Archaeology, Psychodrama, Authentic Movement, Essential Oil therapy and the Creative Arts. It is my commitment to empower my clients by designing an environment that encourages their strengths and interests. My clients enter a co-creative process that will help them build a toolbox of resources that they can carry with them for the rest of their lives. I work with many issues including relationship work for couples and individuals, sexuality and body issues, and reclamation of the body after injury, illness, surgery or other body trauma.

 

Diane Wall, M.A., L.P.C.

7475 W. 5th Ave, Suite 215-B
Lakewood, CO 80226

phone: 303-507-3738

I enjoy working with women struggling with transitional periods in life. I am most passionate about helping women who are ready to leave an abusive relationship.

 

Karolina Walsh



phone: 928-308-1334
website: a.wash@gmail.com

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I received my masters degree at Naropa University the Transpersonal Counseling Psychology. My passion for therapeutic work has developed over the last 10 years working with adolescents and adults in wilderness, office, and community settings. I have found that deep level healing occurs in mindful relationship with others, seeing and experiencing this has laid the foundation for my practice. I have trainings in Virginia Satir's family systems model, Douglas Brady's Psychology of Symptoms technique and in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. I work from a body-based perspective with attachment, trauma, sexuality issues, addictions, physical pain and illness, and gender issues, to name a few.

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Trudy P. Walter, M.A., L.P.C.



phone: 303.442.4310
 

Natasha E Walter-Fisk, M.A., L.P.C.

Let's Deal With It
3003 East 3rd Ave, Suite B101
Denver, CO 80206

phone: 720-446-6150
website: www.letsdealwithit.org

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Now you're ready, Let's Deal With It. I help people be happier, less stressed, and find news ways of being who they want to be. You're an expert on you and I am an expert helping people deal with what's going on their lives: stress, trauma (old or recent, severe or minor), anxiety, panic, depression, relationship or sexual issues, and health issues. I customize effective therapy techniques suited to you and the issues you're dealing with using EMDR Reprocessing Therapy, Solution Focused, CBT, DBT, and others.

Your personal business is private and confidential. If you don't want to share it with others, all you have to say is you were in Cherry Creek.

I speak Spanish, Italian and French, and have lived abroad. I have helped with cultural issues, disparities, and discrimination.

Fees: Sliding scale

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Glennis Walters Smith, M.A.

The Therapist Directory and Guide


phone: 303-449-6822

Offering the yearly printed paper copy: Therapist Directory and Guide to Boulder, and Denver County. ASK ABOUT THE BOULDER PSYCHOTHERAPY INSTITUTE'S SPECIAL DISCOUNT! And the nonprofit magazine: The Guide to Health and Healing. To find out more- email me at glennis@jumpintuit.com OR CALL me at 303-449-6822

 

Cindy Wander, L.P.C., L.M.F.T.

Wanderspring, LLC
9981 Washington St.
Thornton, CO 80229

phone: 720-343-6040

When a relationship is strained, it can seem like there is no way to make things better. Fortunately, there is hope. Relationships can be healed. I believe authenticity is the key to living and loving in healthful ways. Since my style is both relational and systemic, I will be genuine in our sessions and invite you to be authentic too. I hope to develop an open and compassionate therapeutic relationship that stimulates growth and change. Many people come to me when their attempts to make things better have not worked, but they are not ready to give up. I think people become stuck in unfortunate patterns that cause emotional distress and I appreciate the opportunity to help folks transform those patterns to create safe, loving relationships.

 

Catherine Warnock

People House Affordable Counseling Program - Intern
3035 West 25th Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80211

phone: (720) 663-0445

I believe that personal growth is the key for leading a fulfilling and satisfying life. Because achieving positive growth is a unique process for each individual, I strongly believe in modifying my counseling style and methods to fit each client's specific personality and needs. It is my responsibility to create a therapeutic environment in which my client(s) feel accepted, validated and safe enough to work through personal issues. I am currently obtaining my Master's degree in Counseling from the University of Colorado, Denver. My areas of specialty training and interests include trauma, grief/loss, depression, anxiety, guilt/shame, and working with the aging population.

 

Dr.Carol Ann Watson, Ed.D

America's Academy of Counseling, Coaching, & Hypnotherapy and Wa
6535 S. Dayton St. Suite 1950
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

phone: 303-888-3205
website: sacademy.net

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Dr. Carol Ann Watson, is a licensed clinical psychologist. She is a specialist in suicide prevention, drug and alcohol addictions, learning disabilities, ADHD/ADD, and other special needs and domestic violence. She chooses cognitive behavioral therapy as her main modality, however she is quite eclectic in using other modalities. She spent 4 years under the supervision of a Jungian therapist. Carol Ann is President of America's Academy where she actively trains students in counseling, coaching, & hypnotherapy.

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Linda Weber, M.A.

Earth & Sky Counseling


phone: 303 442-1394

Private practice specializing in women's lives. My work helps people orient and reconnect to the natural world and the flow of existence. I teach deep perspective, meditation, mindfulness skills and journaling writing. I offer EMDR for trauma healing. Clients learn how how to see their life as a learning process, and how to integrate that into new ways of being in daily life by strengthening from within and becoming authentic and compassionate. Specialities include life transitions, "finding my voice," relationships, family, aging, work, sexuality, creativity, isolation, grief, depression, anxiety, addiction, trauma, physical health, personal spiritual path, and healing the earth. Summer wilderness vision quest program. Author of Life Choices:The Teachings of Abortion. Please see my website for more information.

 

Shanly H Weber, MA,SEP

SHIFT


phone: 303-489-8432
website: www.shiftingawareness.com

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Professional Description: Shanly uses Somatic Experiencing as the foundation of her work as a therapist. Coupled with her mindfulness meditation practice and chi kung, she helps people of all ages alleviate their anxiety and depression due to unresolved trauma . Her belief is to also educate and train them how to work with improving their condition. She specializes with helping young adults as they navigate the difficult transition into adulthood.

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Rachel Weddle, M.A., MFT

Colorado Couples Therapy, PLLC
3445 Penrose Place
Boulder, Colorado 80301

phone: 720-504-8489

Rachel is a marriage and family therapist who specializes in working with couples. As an emotionally focused couple's therapist, Rachel's approach is rooted in attachment theory, neuroscience of attachment and is evidenced based. Rachel is particularly skilled in working with couples either entering significant relationships after a divorce where one or both partners have children or already in a step/blended family dynamic. Understanding the complexities and unique challenges faced by these couples is central to Rachel's work.

 

Tracy Weegmann, C.A.C. II

Neurobalance Counseling/ETA coaching
2945 E Center green court suite 554
Boulder, colorado 8031

phone: 720-876-1533

I currently have full time practice both in Denver and Boulder for clients with cognitive impairment, ADHD, Traumatic Brain Injury. I am soon to be a CACII and currently in school for masters for LPC.

 

Tracy e Weegmann

Balanced Focus Counseling
2945 Center Green Court Ste G201
Boulder, Colorado 80301

phone: 7208761533

I have 2 offices, one in boulder and denver. I work with clients with Cognitive issues such as ADHD/ADD, Autism, Traumatic Brain Injury, PTSD, Illness. I am a attention coach and psychotherapist.

 

YY Wei, L.C.S.W., C.A.C. III

YY Therapy, LLC
8774 Yates Drive. Suite 305C
Westminster, CO 80031

phone: 720-660-2321

I provide individual, family, couples, and sex therapy in my private practice, YY Therapy, LLC, in Denver and Westminster. I have specialty training and experience utilizing a variety of therapeutic techniques and approaches to help my clients from different backgrounds around the issues of relationship/intimacy/performance issues, sexual pleasure, family changes and dynamics, adolescent issues/behaviors, gender identity, sexual orientation, abuse and trauma, substance abuse, grief and loss, Autism and developmental disability, dual diagnoses, stress management, chronic and persistent mental health conditions like Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar, and Personality Disorders. Please visit my website: www.yytherapy.com, for more information. I look forward to working with you in your journey of healing and empowerment!

 

Cheryl L. Weill, Ph.D.

2169 Dolan Street
Fort Collins, CO 80528

phone: 303 442 8242

Practice areas: Depression, childhood trauma, GLBT issues, neuodegenerative diseases, couples communication.

 

Ruth Weinberg, M.S., L.P.C.

Ruth Weinberg, MS, LPC
1731 E. 16th Avenue
Denver, CO 80218

phone: 720-432-1163

At times, we all experience emotional struggles, pain and difficulties, whether it be as children, adolescents or adults. These times can feel overwhelming, frustrating and exhausting. I offer a safe, supportive and non-judgmental space to share these struggles and work towards accomplishing your goals. I can provide strategies and guidance through difficult times and will strive to help you reach a sense of well-being.

I have over 10 years experience working with children, teens, adults, families and couples. My professional experience includes work with trauma, grief, abuse, violence in families, substance abuse, issues pertaining to poverty, bullying, parenting, options counseling, and life transitions. My areas of expertise include EMDR and Sandplay Therapy. Please visit my website at www.ruthweinberg.com for more information.

 

Michele Weiner-Davis, L.C.S.W.

The Divorce Busting Center
2005 10th Street
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303 444 7004
website: www.divorcebusting.com

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Relationship expert, best-selling author, marriage therapist, professional speaker. Specializing in helping people save their marriages. Author of seven books including best-selling DIVORCE BUSTING and THE SEX-STARVED MARRIAGE. Private Intensive Sessions with Michele. Divorce Busting Telephone Coaching for people who want to save their marriage when their spouse wants out. Advanced Divorce Busting Workshops for Professionals

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Susan Weinstein, M.A., L.C.S.W.

The Denver Parenting Coach and Counseling for Tweens, Teens, and
1622 Race St, Suite 2
Denver, CO 80206

phone: 720-240-7070

Parent Coaching & Counseling Services for Teens, Tweens, and Twenty-Somethings

I provide parent coaching services to parents of toddlers through young adulthood. I help divorced, single, and never married parents with their Co-Parent plan or personal parenting concerns with behavior or transitions.

I work on improving the relationship between the parent and child by working with the parents strengths and the unique needs of the family. I do not subscribe to any one method of parenting strategies or teach blanket parenting tools.

I also provide counseling for Tweens, Teens, and Twenty-Somethings. My office is in central Denver, within walking distance from East High School.

For more inforamation please go to thedenverparentingcoach.com or http://therapists.psychologytoday.com/rms/name/SusanWeinsteinMA,MSW,LCSWDenverColorado_97018

 

Hope Weiss, L.C.S.W.

627 Kimbark St.
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: 303 717 8645

I guide children, teens, adults and families in living a happier, healthier more fulfilled and joyous life. Play therapy with children, family therapy and individual therapy with teens and adults. Specialties include divorce, abuse and self-esteem issues

 

Pamela A. Welch, M.A.

Soul Tranceformations


phone: (303) 988-0499

Pamela Welch, M.A., C.C.Ht. is a heart-felt psychotherapist, Certified Counseling Clinical Hypnotherapist and Certified Gestalt Therapist with training in numerous transpersonal approaches and body-mind healing modalities. She has a Master's Degree in Theoretical Psychology and over twenty years experience in the counseling field. Her compassionate sessions work gently and thoroughly to address the issues which are of concern to you by deeply resolving the underlying issues involved. She can help you successfully resolve the issues related to physical or emotional trauma, sexual abuse, PTSD, depression, grief, anxiety, low self-esteem, relationship and intimacy problems,compulsivity, weight or food concerns, smoking or other addictions, physical illness and spiritual emergence. Go to www.soultranceformations.com for more information.

 

Allison Weliky, M.A., L.P.C.

Blooming Edge Therapy
5757 Central Ave. Suite 211
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-718-4427

Together, we will begin to practice deep listening at the cellular level of the body, beginning to digest and to dismantle nervous system patterns and related behavioral patterns that have held you away from the life you have been wanting to live.

When we begin to listen at this level, change comes from the body, through the heart and back to the intellect. We heal from the bottom up. It is in our return to our bodies that we regain trust in ourselves and in our lives. Wise body, wise heart, wise mind leads to full and vibrant living.

 

Sue Wendelin, M.S., L.P.C., L.M.F.T.

WINGS Foundation
8725 West 14th Ave, Suite 150
Lakewood, Colorado 80125

phone: 303-238-8660

WINGS Foundation assists adults who were sexually abused as children. We have support groups for men and women, 18 years of age and older. We have 18 groups currently running from Greeley to Colorado Springs. We also have a Loved Ones Support Group for all friends and family of anyone who has had a sexual assualt. If individuals are interested they need to contact the WINGS office at 303-238-8660 or go to the website for more information at www.wingsfound.org. We offer services on a sliding scale but no one is turned away for need.

 

Maggie Werther, L.C.S.W., C.A.C. II

New Leaf Therapy, LLC
80 Garden Center
Broomfield, CO 80020

phone: 303-818-3559

As a therapist, I believe in the power of change. In order to foster the process of change, the client must develop a trusting, therapeutic relationship with their provider. I strive to create a safe, comfortable space for you to work toward self-improvement. We will collaborate to develop the tools you need in order to make the changes you seek in your life. It is my hope that through therapeutic intervention you will feel empowered and find new ways of thinking, behaving, feeling, and develop a strong sense of self. Most importantly, I believe in giving yourself a fresh start; a second chance; an opportunity to turn over a new leaf​. I work with adolescents and adults and provide individual, couples, and family therapy services. I specialize in a variety of areas including mood disorders, anxiety, trauma, and life transitions.

 

Rex D West, M.A.

Grounded Hearts Couples Counseling & Ground Counseling


phone: 303.335-7822

Grounded Hearts Couples Co-therapy is a natural reflection of the dynamic between two committed human beings. This unique approach to couples therapy places the couple with two therapists at the same time, which ensures that each person is supported, challenged and met. Grounded in gestalt therapy, mindfulness, and interpersonal neurobiology, the Grounded Hearts approach effectively strives to create a safe container for couples to explore what is truly possible in a committed, healthy, dynamic, fun and passionate relationship. Ground Counseling works with teens and adults in body-centered, present-moment approach that is firmly based in modern attachment theory, and mindfulness-based practices that are informed by current understanding of who we are as human beings.

 

Ruth Wharton, L.P.C.

2133 13th St.
Boulder, Colorado 80302

phone: 303-494-1778

Ruth believes that every person has the ability to grow towards health. With the support of a caring and strong therapist, clients are able to find the courage to look into their darkest places and find light. Symbol and metaphor are powerful tools to help move through this journey.

Ruth has found experiential therapies such as play therapy and wilderness therapy to be very effective.

Play Therapy is very effective in helping children ages 3-12 who experience a wide variety of issues.

• Social and Behavioral problems • Anxiety and Fears • Depression and Lack of Self Esteem • Physical and Sexual Abuse • Adoption and Foster Care • Trauma • Divorce or Separations • Transitions • PTSD

Ruth also works with adults and adolescents who struggle with these issues. Sessions can take place in her office or wilderness settings.

 

Allison Wheeler, M.S.

11172 Huron Street #25A
Northglenn, CO 80234

phone: 720-432-2102

Currently providing the following services: Individual, group and workshops for children, adolescents, and families.

 

Cindy C White, M.A., L.P.C., N.C.C.

Hope and Harmony Counseling, Ltd.
1705 S Pearl St, Ste. 6
Denver, Colorado 80210

phone: 303-721-2941

As a whole, humans are amazingly and unequivocally resilient.  That being said, I try to focus on a person's individual strengths.  Everyone has them.  However, you may not be able to identify them, access them or feel that you ever had them.  Helping identify and acknowledge past successes, and how you overcame past adversity and crisis, can empower you to move through the current pain.

 

Julia M. White, L.C.S.W.

www.juliamwhite.com
2121 South Oneida Street, Suite 336
Denver, Colorado 80224

phone: 720-233-4073

In our busy lives, we often become disconnected from ourselves and the people most special to us, even if we see them everyday. Some of us have had life experiences which make it especially hard to connect with our authentic selves and others. Perhaps you're experiencing this disconnection as depression, anxiety, overeating, drinking or working too much, or some of the many other ways we try to fill the void. I believe that connecting with our authentic selves and others more deeply is the path to freeing ourselves from unnecessary pain, addiction, and unhealthy habits.

I work with individuals, couples, families, and groups. I use a cognitive-behavioral and body-awareness approach when working with clients dealing with anxiety and/or depression.

I offer a sliding fee scale starting at $40.00 for a 50 minute session.

 

Shayna Brody Whitehouse, Ph.D.

Reaching Higher Educational Center
908 Main Street, Suite 370
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 720-432-1336

As a School Psychologist, I work with children, adolescents and their families to address educational needs including giftedness, school readiness, learning difficulties, ADHD concerns and study skills. I address socio-emotional concerns that can be related to educational success and satisfaction such as self-confidence, anxiety, depression, emotional regulation, aggression, and/or anger control. I promote a collaborative atmosphere between myself and the families and children with whom I work. I also believe in the importance of planning for success in all environments in which the children function.

My associate is a teacher who provides academic support and enrichment. She fosters children's ability to think creatively and collaboratively while solving real-life problems. She offers tutoring, enrichment, study skill and test prep.

 

Jessica Whizin, M.A.

Brightside Counseling Services, LLC
2855 N. Speer Blvd., suite C
Denver, Colorado 80211

phone: 303-353-9226

Therapy is a collaborative process; I believe that everyone has the innate capacity for personal growth. I help individuals foster a healthier understanding of themselves and their emotional world. Counseling offers us the opportunity to identify the factors that contribute to difficulties and to deal effectively with the psychological, behavioral, interpersonal and situational causes of those difficulties. Some of the most common issues for which individuals come to counseling include: Family Issues, Developmental Issues (ie. Separation, Identity Concerns), Depression, Gender Concerns, Sexuality Concerns, Academic Problems, Career Uncertainty, Physical, Emotional or Sexual Abuse, Physical Problems (ie. Tension, Stomach Pains, Insomnia), Grief, Alcohol or Substance Abuse, Eating Disorders /Body Image Issues, Anxiety, and sleep concerns.

 

Holly Jensen Widmar, L.C.S.W.

Full Circle Counseling
608 Main Street
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 303.803.5853

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I provide compassionate and common sense counseling to children, adults, couples, and families. I tailor treatment to each client, as counseling is not a one size fits all situation. The relationship between client and therapist is a priority, and should I not be a good fit for a client, I provide thoughtful referrals to help the client find the right match.

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Amanda Wigfield, M.A.

900 Castleton Rd Suite 135
Castle Rock, CO 80109

phone: 303-956-8949

Iolite Counseling, LLC serves adolescents and children in Douglas County. We offer a free initial consultation to look at your family's current situation and goals of therapy. Groups are continually forming for grief and loss, divorce support and social skills. Call today for more information. (303) 956-8949

 

Jonathan Williamson, Psy.D.

Modern Counseling
3445 Penrose Pl. #140
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-938-1695

I specialize in trauma reduction, relationship improvement, and anxiety disorders, including PTSD. EMDRIA Approved Consultant. I also help people overcome addictions and restablish a productive life after addiction. I can help with Pornography Addiction as well as drugs and alcohol. I help a lot of couples to reduce conflict, improve communication, and improve their relationship.
Northeast Boulder location, good parking, handicap accessible, negotiable fees. Supervision and consultation also available

 

Shawn Daniel Williamson, M.S.



phone: 970-812-3150

Shawn Williamson provides counseling/psychotherapy to individuals, families, and teens. He has over 13 years working with criminal offenders, helping guide them to a better life.

He has an eclectic style, meaning he uses the counseling techniques that seem best for that client.

For those who are interested, he is also trained in Clinical Hypnotherapy, which can be very useful at find the root cause of behaviors and issues.

 

Michelle Willix, L.C.S.W.

Healthy Pathways
9737 Wadsworth Pkwy
Westminster, CO 80021

phone: 303-579-0860

Hablo Espanol. I am an LCSW who works with children, adolescents, adults, and couples. I have a specialty in trauma and abuse. I use many tools to help my clients including hypnosis and EMDR. I also speak Spanish.

 

Ben Wilson, M.A., L.P.C.

Marriages Restored
2101 Gay St
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: 720.378.2327

Fifteen years counseling experience. Individual and marriage counseling. Marriage Intensives. Extensive experience helping couples recover from infidelity. I also have experience facilitating female sexual abuse recovery groups and male sexual addiction groups. Having been an associate pastor for 12 years I have a heart for those dealing with the stress of ministry. I've also lived near a military base for seven years and appreciate the relational challenges of military life. Recently I've been pursuing endurance sports and am looking to assist those who lives revolve around those many hours of training.

 

Catherine Wilson, M.A., L.P.C.

LifePaths Counseling Center
6901 S. Pierce St., Suite 350
Littleton, CO 80128

phone: 303-801-7878

We are a group practice with therapists specializing in postpartum issues, relationships/couples, trauma, and self esteem.

 

Emily Wilson, M.A.

Boulder Art Therapy Collective
1700 Lee Hill Rd #7
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 623-451-6996

I am passionate about therapy, about the healing power of art, and about working with children, adolescents and families. I am a dedicated and empathetic Registered Psychotherapist and Art Therapist, with a Master of Arts in Transpersonal Psychology with a concentration in Art Therapy. I work with individuals on a sliding scale and with groups using both art therapy and traditional talk therapy. At heart I am a transpersonal, strengths-based, client- centered therapist. I have seen the therapeutic process help to shift my own life and the lives of many of my clients. I have witnessed art manifested as a healer in my path and in the journeys that children, adolescents and families make through counseling. I am excited to work with you on your own path; to recognize your strengths and to be with you through your challenges.

 

Heidi Wilson, MBA, M.A., L.P.C., C.A.C. II

1137 Pearl Street, Suite 207
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720-530-8227

Are you ready for change? Are you feeling highly stressed, anxious, or stuck in your life, work or relationships? I work with people who are generally high functioning, insightful and motivated, but are aware that certain changes will make their their lives much happier and more satisfying. We all have times in life when we feel stuck or don't know how to effect the changes we are ready to see in our lives. My clients come in for different reasons, including a desire for more satisfying relationships, blocks to creativity/productivity, distracting or anxious thoughts,or a crisis of confidence. Others have issues with procrastination/overwhelm, or a readiness to put traumatic experiences behind them. Often my clients are simply ready to learn how to relate differently to the stressors in their lives, and finally find a sense of balance!

 

Judith K. Wimpee, M.A., L.P.C.

7800 S. Elati St. #108
Littleton, CO 80120

phone: 303 595 5454

I believe that therapy is a collaborative effort and that clients should be offered a supportive and safe environment in which to discover and understand more about themselves and grow into the people they want to be. Although, I specialize in trauma and grief, I also work with multiple other issues.

 

Amy Winchester, M.A., L.P.C.

1803 S. Foothills Hwy., Ste 200N
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: (303) 587-2427

Amy is a psychotherapist specializing in issues with grief and loss and challenging attachment dynamics. She works with a variety of age groups, and is particularly experienced with adolescents and their families.

Amy works with her clients in a variety of contexts, from the office to wilderness environments. She works with her clients to develop a plan and context for healing which will suit each individual or family in the best way. You can find examples of this at www.griefrites.org and at www.skitherapy.com.

In addition to her private practice, Amy works with HospiceCare of Boulder & Broomfield Counties as a grief counselor and grief group facilitator. She has volunteered with Boulder County Public Health's OASOS program for GLBTQ youth, and is the co-founder of a non-proft group foster home for GLBTQ adolescents.

 

Amy Winters, L.C.S.W.

www.amywinterslcsw.com
3393 Iris Avenue, Suite 208
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-554-9800

Amy integrates traditional modalities with body-centered mindfulness, EMDR, Brainspotting and Hypnosis. Her approach is interactive and collaborative, and assists you in not only gaining insight and new perspectives, but in acquiring practical tools for life. Amy has over 20 years psychotherapy experience, including work in agency settings and private practice. She is a 20 year Vipassana (Mindfulness) meditator and teaches Mindfulness Meditation classes and conducts daylong mindfulness retreats. She holds a four year training certification in Clinical Chi Kung, and has completed additional training in Energy Psychology.

Specialties include: Relationships, Depression, Anxiety/Panic, Grief/Loss, Life Transitions, Trauma/Abuse, PTSD, Parenting, Divorce, Low Self Esteem, Procrastination, Adoption/Infertility and Personal Growth

 

Lindsay Wolf, M.A.

Capacious Arts Therapy Boulder, CO


phone: 408-386-8317

I believe art therapy has the potential to empower individuals to illuminate our inner experiences so that we can more completely express ourselves through both unconscious and conscious means. I support Carl Jung’s belief that it is important to become conscious of the symbols and metaphors that punctuate our lives and become aware of how these symbols influence us when we are unconscious of their presence. My relational approach encourages the therapeutic relationship to be a co-creative exploration between client and therapist, which creates an environment in which clients and I are able to meet as a collaborative team to work in support of the client’s process. Together we uncover new perspectives that are in support of the client’s growth. I am a graduate of the Art Therapy Transpersonal Counseling Psychology program at Naropa Univ.

 

Judy Wolvington, M.A., L.P.C.

Counseling for Empowerment
445 Union Boulevard, Suite 221
Lakewood, Colorado 80228

phone: 303-989-5933
website: www.StandingInYourPower.com

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I am a licensed therapist with a background in the holistic healing of mind, body, and spirit. I am certified in EFT and Matrix Reimprinting, and a graduate of the Hakomi Method. If you feel powerless, fearful, overwhelmed, or inadequate, it doesn't have to be that way. My work is appropriate for those with mental health challenges, as well as for those who want to explore their deeper life purpose. Ioffer a complimentary strategy session on my website, www.StandingInYourPower.com.

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Martin Wong, Ph.D.

2400 iris ave
boulder, co 80304

phone: 303 5326864

An existentially oriented cognitive therapist.

 

Carol Ann Worthing, Ph.D.

Carol Ann Worthing PhD, Individual & Family Wholeness
240 Wilcox St
Castle rock, colorado 80104

phone: 303-663-5846

Carol Ann Worthing PhD, psychotherapist, counselor & life coach serving individuals, couples & families with evaluations, distress, personal growth & other life changes & issues.

 

Karen U Wray, M.A., L.P.C.

545 Collyer Street
Longmont, Colorado 80501

phone: 720.878.3403

With well over 15 years experience as a therapist, Karen works with adults, teens and children in individual, marital, family and group therapy. Using Brainspotting, EMDR, CB and ACT therapy she has had a great deal of success working with survivors of trauma, whether it is emotional, physical, sexual, divorce, grief or loss. She offers faith based counseling to those who request it. Karen is also a provider for numerous EAP and insurance companies.

 

Nancy Jane Wunderlich, B.A.

Transformational Psychotherapy


phone: 303-956-8460
website: www.NancyWunderlich.com

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There is a place inside all of us that exists as pure potentiality and wholeness. Trauma of the past, whether it be from birth, early childhood conditioning, abuse or neglect, place layers of unwanted emotions on top of our radiant nature, innocence or true Self. The resulting emotions may have been fear, shame, guilt, or anger which can keep one from living a life of freedom, choice, and fulfillment.

The focus of all my work is bringing light to the darkness in a safe and sacred setting where you can experience your radiant nature and true purpose.

I can help with various issues including: Depression Anxiety Phobias Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder BiPolar Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Trauma Eating disorders Addictions Physical ailments: Asthma Stress High blood pressure

Schedule a FREE 45min. consultation with Nancy

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Toi Lynn Wyle, M.S., L.M.F.T.

zenlifecoaching.net
144 N. Claremont Street
San Mateo, CA 94401

phone: 415-235-5481

I am a Holistic Psychotherapist (also known as an Integrative Psychotherapist) with over 21 years of experience providing efficient yet powerful therapy to bring about authentic, lifelong change. I specialize in working with the whole person, creatively integrating a variety of techniques to: • Reduce Physical/Emotional Stress • Decrease Anxiety and Depression • Move through Grief & Loss • Increase Self Esteem • Negotiate Major Life and Career Transitions • Clarify Life Direction • Cultivate Contentment and Satisfaction • Manage Chronic Pain and Illness • Clear Creative Blocks

 

Mara I Yamshon, L.C.S.W.

youth and family healing llc


Having worked with children and families and the many challenges they face for more than 20 years,I know that the decision to seek professional help can often be a very difficult one. I have a background in child and adolescent mental health and have worked with families extensively around these issues. I provide therapy to children, teenagers, and adults and families. I specialize in working with children and adults who have experienced trauma, have attachement issues, learning disabilities, autism, anxiety and depression.

 

David A Yeats, L.M.F.T.

David A. Yeats, MSW, LCSW Psychotherapy & Consultation Services
350 Broadway, Suite 102
Boulder, CO 80305

phone: 3033359170

David Yeats has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker since 1986. He works with individuals, couples, and groups, and with all ages (from late teens to seniors). See his website: www.DavidAYeats.com.

David is guided by a high regard for clients' thoughts, feelings, values, history, experiences, and intuitions. He is a good listener with a fairly interactive style. David is highly optimistic that clients can create greater clarity, peace, and joy through the process of psychotherapy.

David pays attention to the issues that people are wanting help with, and works to identify the wisdom, skills, and resources that clients bring to the process of psychotherapy. He sees that we are all on a path toward further growing and becoming, and understands that issues and problems that all of us have can be the means to that deeper growth.

 

Alex Young, M.A., RPT

Trailhead Counseling
7350 E. Progress Place, Suite 100
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

phone: (720) 248-8163

My focus is on working with men overcoming significant issues in their lives. I specialize in helping men who struggle with a sex or porn addiction. Other concerns are common at the same time as an addiction - depression, anxiety/stress, significant relationship issues, conflict management skills, job & career problems. Together, we work on addressing each of those to set you back on the right path in life.

I have been helping men overcome sex addiction since 2008. I believe that it is not only important that a therapist understand a problem deeply, but is able to 'get it' at a personal level. Who better to counsel someone for these types of issue than someone who has gone through it and experienced his own recovery?

I'm glad to provide a free in-office 30-minute consultation to determine if I am the right fit for you.

 

April Young, Ph.D., L.P.C.

Integral Counseling Center


website: www.integralcounselingcenter.com

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I am licensed by the State of Colorado to provide psychological treatment to people seeking help for emotional issues that are affecting the satisfaction and well-being of their lives. In addition, I am specially trained and licensed to provide supervision for those seeking licensure in the state of Colorado. I have successfully treated many psychological conditions, such as relationship discord/conflicts, couple’s communications, severe childhood trauma and sexual abuse, dissociation, depression and anxiety, alcohol and drug addiction recovery, post traumatic stress disorder, mood disorders, and more. I also lead Medicine Quests as well as Past Life Regression workshops several times a year in Estes Park, CO. Visit my website for more information and dates of upcoming events.

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Melanie K Young, Psy.D.

Melanie K Young, PSYD
2501 Walnut Street, Suite 208
Boulder, Colorado 80302

phone: 303 444-5330

Dr. Melanie Young provides a warm, supportive therapeutic environment responsive to each individual's unique needs. She works with adolescents, adults and seniors. She provides individual and couple's counseling. Specialities include working with trauma and other types of anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder. Dr. Young also assists with issues around grief, loss, and caregiving. She has a background in neuropsychology and can help navigate the challenges around brain trauma, ADD, and chronic illness. Additionally, she helps clients increase effective coping strategies, strengthen internal resources, and enhance self-esteem. She is trained in Brainspotting and EMDR which are both effective tools for obtaining relief from anxiety, trauma, pain/illness, phobias, and addictions as well as enhancing performance.

 

Shelly Young, M.A., L.P.C., C.A.C. III

Mindfulness Now, Inc.


phone: 720-936-1151

I've been in private practice for over 10 years and also present nationally on the topic of Mindfulness-Based Psychotherapy. I specialize in a number of areas including sugar/food issues, bipolar disorder, OCD and snxiety disorders.

I have personal experience with a debilitating sugar/food addiction and have recovered using mindfulness and other modalities. I have co-authored the book, "Break Out Of The Sugar Prison: You Can Overcome Sugar Addiction With the Powerful Basic States Mindfulness System and A Cutting Edge Nutritional Program."

To learn more about me and to register for my introductory mindfulness class or Sugar Prison Tele-Support group, you can go to: www.MindfulnessNow.com

 

Heidi Zeller-Dart, M.A., L.P.C., N.C.C.

Colorado Farm Therapy
3428 West County Road 4
Berthoud, Colorado 80513

phone: 970.532.9956

Colorado Farm Therapy (CFT) offers a unique experience for people of all ages seeking to learn and grow, find more balance in their lives, and overcome limitations rooted in the past. Located at Dart Farms in Berthoud, Colorado, CFT provides a restorative space for people to develop a new relationship with Self and Nature. Our goal is to accompany clients through their unique journeys of self-discovery, empowerment, and healing.

Our services include Farm-Guided Psychotherapy, Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy, and Applied Ecopsychology Education and Facilitation. Dart Farms is a 10-acre organic farm teeming with life both within the farm and within the adjacent natural areas including big, open sky with sweeping views of the Rockies, lush green pastures, and a tranquil pond that nurtures the surrounding life. www.coloradofarmtharpy.com

 

Kimberly Zimmerman, M.A.

1735 York St
Denver, CO 80209

phone: 303-862-0407

Offering individual (children through adults), family, and group therapy. Specializing in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Contemplative Psychotherapy. Experience with issues related to GLBTQI community, life transitions, mood disorders, addictions, grief and loss, and chronic illness/pain. Please visit my website at www.KimberlyZimmermanCounseling.com for additional information.

 

Mary Zoglo, Ph.D.

1017 East South Boulder Rd., Ste. C
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 303-921-5687

I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with experience, knowledge and compassion and I work with individuals of all ages to help them solve their life challenges. We are all brought into this world with many strengths, as well as weaknesses. I will help you let your strengths lead you towards peace, happiness and health while you confront your weaknesses head on. I am a cognitive behavioral therapist and hypnotherapist and will help you solve your life challenges in the here and now while helping you stay grounded in “the big picture” of WHO you are and WHERE you are in the arc of your life. I treat people with various life challenges including relational problems, depression, panic disorder, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, phobias and insomnia.

 

Gabriela Zorzutti, Ph.D., M.A.

Psychoanalytic Forum of Colorado
1640 Logan Street
Denver, Colorado 80203

phone: 3038190718

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I am a psychoanalyst trained in Freudian & Lacanian theory and practice in Argentina, where I am from. I am a PhD Candidate & doctoral researcher for the University of Buenos Aires. I am a School member of the School of Psychoanalysis of the Forums of the Lacanian Field, a member of the Lacanian Forum of Washington D.C.. I am a founding member and director of the Colorado Psychonalytic Forum of the Lacanian Field, where I keep different study groups on Freudian and Lacanian analysis, cartel groups, and where I practice analysis as well as conduct clinical supervision. I am currently teaching a seminar on Desire in Psychoanalysis. My seminars are cosponsored by the Forum and the Denver Psychoanalytic Society. I have given and organized international talks and conferences in South America, Europe & USA. My bilingual practice is in Denver.

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