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
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.
I am a licensed Psychotherapist (LMFT) And Certified Nutritionist (CN) specializing in individual counseling, addiction recovery and mental health nutrition.
With 30 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.
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.
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.
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.
Joy Lanzano M.A., M.A.,LPC, LAC, joylanzano.com Clinical Approach/Therapeutic Orientation: My foundational approach to psychotherapy is eclectic, based upon a transpersonal approach to assist and gently guide the individual with the support they need to gain insights that will best support them living to their fullest potential. I draw upon different therapeutic approaches to tailor what treatment best fits my client's needs. I have specialty training in EMDR trained, PACT (couples therapy), and Mastery Attachment Theory. I work with individuals, couples, families and groups. My approach is informed by the Diamond Approach to Inner work and well as my Mindfulness Meditation instructor training. I also have experience with brain injury. Self pay and Cigna provider
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.
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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