Boulder Psychotherapy Institute

Advanced Training in Applied Existential Psychotherapy (AEP) — since 1989

An Experiential Psychodynamic Gestalt Approach   •   Boulder, Colorado

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

Licensed Professional Counselor

Jennifer Diebel, PC
3393 Iris Avenue, Suite 104
Boulder, CO 80301
phone: 303-931-4284
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Therapist Information

Therapist Gender: FemaleYears in Practice: 13
Licensure or Registration: Licensed Professional CounselorNumber: 5867
State: COFee Range: $100-$124

Client Focus

Mode of Therapy: Individual, Couple
Age Specialty: AdultClient Gender: All
Client Sexual Orientation: AllEthnicity: All

Specialty Areas

Anxiety or Fears
Trauma/PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress)
Relationship & Marital Issues
Life Transitions
Grief or Loss
Personal Growth
Young Adults

Treatment Approaches

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
EMDR Eye Mvemnt Desensitization & Reprocessing
Person Centered Therapy

I know from personal experience how difficult it can be to find someone that you can trust to help you move toward a more joyful life. So I am committed to helping you find the help you are looking for, whether that comes through me or another counselor or resource.

For the past 11 years, I have worked with a wide variety of individuals and couples from different socio-economic, ethnic, intellectual, and religious backgrounds with goals ranging from learning basic life skills all the way to advanced existential and spiritual questions. If my experience matches your concerns and goals, I will do all that I can to provide you with consistent support and respectful, informed counsel to help you on your way.

In our work together, I will start by gaining a clear understanding of where you are coming from and where you would like to go. Together we will plan an approach to attaining your goals that works for your personality, your values, and your circumstances. We will work as quickly or as slowly as you would like to go.

Our work together will likely involve:

1) Listening--making sure you have as much time as you need to feel heard and understood,

2) Learning--helping you learn and practice skills that support your goals, and

3) Reaching Out--locating other people or resources in your life that can help you make the changes you need to experience the kind of life you are looking for.

Contact me to set up a free 20-minute phone consultation to determine whether I feel like the right counselor for you, or visit for more information about me. If I don't feel like a good fit right now, I would be honored to help you find another therapist or resource that can provide you with the specific kinds of support that you need.

I commend you for having the courage to seek help and I look forward to speaking with you!

Note: My own spiritual background is in the Christian tradition. If it is important to you to approach your therapy from this world view, please let me know. Regardless of your philosophical and spiritual background and preferences, I will always strive to support you in pursuing the values and resources that you feel will best support your progress in therapy.


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