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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 or


Sarah Haggerty, RPT

45, Powderhorn Pl
Longmont, Colorado 80504

phone: (919) 410-7272‬

Do you believe that you can experience a greater life than the one you are living? You are more than your daily experience and self limiting beliefs. The ability to see people in their true magnitude is a unique gift that I offer. I can help you to feel and embody your greater potential.

Discover the essential calling that allows you to be you, more fully. If you are a leader, healer, or change-maker, activate your potential to catalyze the great changes of our times. If you are a sensitive person who is overwhelmed by thoughts, emotions, or day to day life, discover the hidden strength within your sensitivities. If you are uncertain, caught at a crossroads or stuck in reactivity, restore your innate belonging.

I offer office visits, outdoor 'walk and talk' sessions, and teletherapy. Reach out to me for a free initial consultation.


Jane Hahn, M.S.W.

Grit Therapy
80 Garden Center Ste 134
Denver, CO 80020

phone: (970) 439-4714

You love being a mother, but you thought it would be different. The exhaustion and loneliness, the guilt and the disappointment, are not what you expected. Maybe you feel intense fear, anxiety, or anger around your mothering experience. Or maybe you are tearful and emotional all the time and you don't know why. I can help. There is a way to create a life that honors your individual hopes and dreams while also allowing you to be a loving, tuned in mother.

I help girls, women, and mothers move through the times of their life that feel overwhelming and scary so they live their most vibrant, authentic, joyful lives.


Suandria Hall

My Choice My Power I Counseling & Coaching
8801 E Hamden Ave
Denver, Co 80231

phone: 720-772-6967

I am a counselor and coach based in Denver, Co. I help people remove obstacles and discover options they didn't know they had. I'd be honored to partner with you on your journey!

For your convenience, I offer in-person, virtual, and walk & talk therapy.

I focus primarily on life transitions, women's issues, and religious trauma.

I also serve populations of color. It's my hope to combat the stigma related to mental health in minority communities.


Monira Hallaway

Monira Hallaway LMSW, LCSW

phone: 7347767205

I am an experienced outpatient therapist who specializes in treating anxiety based disorders,eating disorders,relationship issues,trauma exposure,and self esteem/self compassion struggles. I provide an open,non judgemnetal space to collaborate with clients in working to understand the current struggles, and create strategies,skills,and pathways for change based on data driven treatment interventions.Therapy focuses on empowering you to make meaningful and authentic change. I am committed to seeking that change alongside you. Change is possible for everyone with the right tools, awareness, focus, and support. I will provide a thorough clinical assessment and we will develop a personalized treatment plan to assure we are working towards your specific goals.I offer free phone consultations to assess if we are a good mutual fit, 734.776.7205


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.


Leslie Hannon, Psy.D.

80 Garden Center, Suite 320
Broomfield, CO 80020

phone: (720) 560-4016

I am a licensed clinical psychologist with extensive experience providing confidential and supportive therapeutic services to individuals fifteen years and older who are experiencing various issues. I also see people who choose to attend therapy during times of change in their life and individuals who feel that they just need a place to talk. Areas of specialization include anxiety, depression, legal issues, personality disorders, and substance abuse issues. Additionally, I complete diagnostic assessment and psychological testing, as well as evaluations for individuals involved in Social Security applications and other legal proceedings.


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 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 Counseling & Certified Addictions Specialist III

phone: 720-965-9528

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Ellen is an experienced and gifted therapist with more than 28 years of counseling in trauma, experiential therapy, addictions, mental health and human services.

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Charla Harvey

True Hue Counseling

phone: (303) 775-0032

Growth seekers, counselors (especially counselors in training), and those with loud inner critics are all good fits for my style. Some of my focus areas include adult ADHD, anxiety, stress, transitions, boundaries, body image, family relationships, attachment, codependency, and relationship issues. I am LGBTQIA+ allied and also love to work with folks from those communities. If you’re ready to grow, I’m ready to support you along the way. I am grateful and honored to have the opportunity to work with you and hear your story!


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 - 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


Nan Hebert

As a longtime student at the intersection of Eastern and Western approaches to health. I have spent the better part of a decade on faculty at Esalen Institute deepening my study of bodywork, somatics, Gestalt, and Humanistic Psychology. My background is in embodiment, contemplative movement practices such as yoga, dance, bodywork, and meditation. Which is further enhanced by my studies in Contemplative Psychology & Buddhist Psychotherapy. I am fascinated by the embodiment of mind, movement as metaphor and as a gateway to inquiry; and I believe movement can be medicine. It is my intent to create an invitational, trauma-informed, and spacious environment for you to arrive and unfurl, at your pace. The Buddhist map of the mind is a cartography that is deeply supportive to working with a range of experiences with gentleness and curiosity.


Nan Hebert

Wisdom Embodied

Somatic and Contemplative Psychotherapy standing at the intersection of Eastern Mind and Western Psychology.


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

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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


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.”

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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

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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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Kathy T. Higgins

Kathy Higgins LPC LLC
5912 S CODY ST
LITTLETON, Colorado 80123-9541

phone: 7206637702

Everyone is challenged at times in life by trauma, grief and pain that can be difficult to endure and may be eased with the assistance of a compassionate, non-judgmental counselor.

Let me provide a safe, validating space and assist you as you face your challenges, discover new choices and find solutions.

In my practice, I specialize in providing counseling to individuals of all genders who would like to invite acceptance and initiate change in order to live more effective and joyful lives.

I specialize in individual counseling and group therapy. I offer DBT therapy groups which are co-facilitated with highly knowledgeable colleagues. I welcome all genders, all races, all ages and sexual orientations and all those differences of life situation, background, and ability that increase diversity. I strive to make the process of change safe.


Corynne Hilbert, L.C.S.W., M.S.W.

Empowerment from Within, LLC

Corynne Hilbert, LCSW is a spiritual guide, shamanic practitioner, nature-based therapist and fine artist. She enjoys creating and holding sacred space for others on their life journeys, helping others connect more deeply and authentically with themselves, others, and the planet. Services include expressive arts, transpersonal/spiritual counseling, nature-based services, shamanic services, animal-assisted therapy, and traditional psychotherapy. Located in Fort Collins,


Lynda Hilburn, M.A., L.P.C., C.A.C. II

P.O. Box 20443
Boulder, CO 80308

phone: 303-939-8832

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Lynda Hilburn, MA, LPC, CCHt, 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

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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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Marley Hill-Filben

2449 Pine St
Boulder, CO 80302

Marley strongly believes that a connection with Nature enhances wellbeing and quality of life of all beings. Her sessions utilize CBT, Psychoeducation, Transpersonal Counseling, ACT, Parts Work, Mindfulness, and Wilderness Therapy. She strives to infuse the healing power of Nature into all sessions, either through walk-and-talk sessions or by bringing natural elements (including her dog Sugar) into the office or over telehealth, demonstrating how easy and simple it is to weave Nature into daily life in simple and concrete ways.

Marley specializes in female empowerment, and in treating individuals with ADHD, anxiety disorders, depression, and those going through major life transitions. Marley finds that therapy is most impactful when it is collaborative and she tailors her approach to her client’s unique life experiences and strengths.


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.


Gina Hoag, B.A., M.S., L.C.S.W., LSW, M.S.W.

1070 West Century Drive
Louisville, 200 80027

Office address. Current hours are Monday only 10am-8pm


Julia Hogan

636 Coffman St. Suite 203
Longmont, CO 80503

phone: 720.334.7110

I am passionate about working with adolescents and young adults in finding their way in this world. Adolescence can be a beautiful and challenging time of intense growth and change. It's normal to need some extra support during this time, and I am here to back you up while you navigate the ups and downs.

I specialize in working with youth who are experiencing school related challenges, whether due to mental health, behavior, learning, executive functioning, social skills, and/or truancy and disengagement. As a school social worker of 12 years, I know how hard it is for some to feel like school is a place they want to be.

In addition to work with clients, I am pleased to provide educational consultation for families of middle and high school students who need help navigating the educational system.

I look forward to meeting you!


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.

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Michael E. Holtby, L.C.S.W.
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.


Maira Holzmann, L.C.S.W.

Somatic Therapy Partners
3773 Cherry Creek Drive North, ste. 690
Denver, CO 80209

phone: (720)551-6985

Somatic Therapy Partners is a group psychotherapy practice that specializes in treating clients struggling with the effects of trauma. Our practitioners are trained in a variety of somatic based and other leading edge approaches including Somatic Experiencing, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Coregulating Touch, and Porges' Safe and Sound protocol.


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.


Phillip Horner, L.C.S.W., M.S.W.

Whole Connection
100 Arapahoe Ave Ste 9
Boulder, CO 80302

Phillip (he/him/his) works with individuals attempting to work on relationships with themselves and others. He does this in individual therapy combined with group therapy. He has had training in psychodynamic, relational, social justice, and attachment theories. As a Certified Group Psychotherapist (CGP) he has spent years training to create groups that can support and grow individuals beyond what individual can do alone. He has facilitated and co-facilitated workshops at the Four Corners Group Psychotherapy conference, American Group Psychotherapy Conference, and has facilitated group intensive experiences, called institutes, over two days. He has written about group and continues to train new and seasoned therapists in group theory. Currently he is also the Founder and Co-director of Whole Connection, a small counseling clinic.


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 for further information on current programs or visit our website at


Shalee Horstman, Ph.D., M.A., L.P.C.

Denver Counseling Group, LLC
50 S. Steele St Suite 435
Denver, CO 80209

phone: 720-420-0276

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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

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Men, relationships, career, addiction. We have 1 life to live, and I believe in making the most of it.

My passion is facilitating others' restoration of connection to self, others, earth, work, and higher power.

As a Naropa-educated Wilderness Therapist (and certified First Responder) with extensive training in trauma healing, my approach is sensitive, present, and experiential. My approach in couples therapy is informed by Stan Tatkin's PACT model.

I love working with individuals, couples, and groups. I have been effective in helping men rebuild confidence, clarify their Way, get in touch with their emotions, identify the roots of their addictions, and learn how to communicate with their partners. My women clients have benefited from anxiety-reduction, trauma healing, and repatterning of their relationship to men.

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Jeffrey James Howard, B.A., M.A., L.P.C.

River Deep Soul Guiding
The Mandala Clinic 825 S. Broadway St, Unit 200
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 3603893023

I am an Ecocentric, Soul-Centered, Somatic guide, Mentor, and trained psychotherapist. As a Soul Guide, I work with men, women, and couples to help identify long-standing, automatic behaviors that constrict growth and movement while also working to discover ways to aid in interrupting those patterned behaviors and substituting new, healthful, generative behaviors. My work with people is more directive, action-oriented, and geared toward significant change through accountability, ever-sharpening focus on what’s most important, and fierce love. If you’re ready to be transformed by the work, I look forward to hearing from you.


Kristy Howlett Baur

Colorado Healing Collective
229 Terry Street
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: (303) 578-0527

Colorado Healing Collective is a Training & Psychotherapy Center located at 229 Terry Street in Longmont. We are 3 psychotherapists (Judy Innes, LPC-S, Kristy Howlett, LCSW, and Dan Baur LPC-S) who have been in private practice working with children and families in this community for the past 20+ years. We combined forces and created Colorado Healing Collective that will launch on June 1st. We will be supervising graduate level interns who will be providing individual, couple, family, play and group therapy.



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 ( or email me ( I look forward to hearing from you soon!

Sliding scale fee available. Please inquire during initial contact.


Ariella Hubbard

Wild Essence Nature Guiding & Therapy LLC

I support women, emerging adults, and LGBTQA+ individuals in cultivating the courage to reconnect with their disowned parts and experiences in order to bring the unconscious conscious and create sustainable change in their lives and relationships. I use an integrative approach that includes Gestalt, Parts work, Mindfulness, Nature-based Therapy, and EMDR to best meet clients where they are and help guide them to where they can make more life-affirming decisions and create a sense of joy. I specialize in complex trauma and anxiety and I am passionate about working with relationship issues, grief, neurodiversity-affirming care, women's issues, and life transitions. I am looking forward to meeting you along your way.


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


Brittany Hunter, M.S., MFT

Dynamic Healing, LLC
1017 E. South Boulder Rd., Suite G
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 303-875-1835

I am an LMFT who recently started a group private practice with two partners in Louisville, CO. My passion and specializations are working with grief and loss, adolescents, relational work with couples and families and dynamic coaching. I am interested in connecting with other like-minded clinicians and serving the community I was born and raised in.


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.


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