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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.

 

Sue Walingford, M.A., L.P.C.

5378 Sterling Drive
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303 946 7902
 

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

 

Robert Lee Walton, M.A., L.P.C.

Inner Journey Psychotherapy
1918 Logan Street Suite A
Denver, Colorado 80203

phone: (720) 722-9476
website: www.integratedjourney.net/

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Suffering is unique to you. No one can fully relate to this experience as much as you wish they could. As a psychotherapist, 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 therapeutic approaches, we will unearth long-standing life scripts or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.

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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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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.

 

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

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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

 

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