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La Luna Center, Treatment Facility  in Boulder
“Struggling with disordered eating is painful, frustrating and exhausting. It is common to feel ashamed, alone and stuck. Friends and family may try to help, but they don't always know how to best support you. Let us be your guide to recovery. Insurance accepted!
Kaiser
(720) 606-6985
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Peter A. Maves, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist and have been in practice since 1982, and a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder. I have done a great deal of work in community mental health and hospitals: I was the Assistant Director of the emergency psychiatric service in Boulder; a Clinical Director of a mental health center; and the Clinical Director of two hospital trauma and dissociative disorders. I am a Fellow of The International Society for the Study of Dissociation and the founder of the Rocky Mountain Trauma and Dissociation Society.
Kaiser
(720) 722-9299
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Jaylynne Chase-Jacobsen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
“Most all of us want to feel good about ourselves and our relationships. Yet, at times we are unable to be as full, alive, and connected as we would like to be. I CAN HELP. Together, we can strengthen your relationships and break down roadblocks to your happiness. I work with individuals, couples, and group members to heal their past wounds and learn to relate to themselves and others with compassion and authenticity. While I am eclectic, encompassing all that I have learned in my work with people, I also approach each person anew, with presence and mindfulness.
Kaiser
(303) 900-7364
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Jennifer Sleek, Counselor  in Boulder
“Entering into therapy is an important decision, and finding the right therapist is essential to a successful experience. I believe that every person is deserving of compassion and honor, and is capable of living a rich and satisfying life. Each client is unique and very important to me, and together we will create an approach that works best for you. In our sessions, I focus on empowering emotional, physical, mental, social, and spiritual well being. I believe that we can do our best work together when we come to a shared understanding of your specific challenges and find helpful ways to work on them.
Kaiser
(303) 625-6672
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Sarah Carlson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“My goal is to provide clients caring, concrete, and practical answers using proven-effective treatment options. I feel strongly that clients should be a collaborator in their treatment and see improvements quickly. Parents with children who have behavioral problems are often exhausted and at the end of their rope. Parent-Child Interaction Therapy provides quick solutions and reduces parental stress. I have spent many years studying and practicing PCIT and the marital therapy of Dr. John Gottman and apply these along with my own life experiences to the work I do with families and couples.
Kaiser
(970) 716-1810
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Phyllis Tainey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CACIII
“Psychotherapy can help you to transform your life! In a safe therapeutic environment that allows you to explore your issues, you'll learn how to break old patterns that keep you from experiencing happiness, joy, and success in your life. By addressing the internal factors that keep you from having a healthy emotional relationship with yourself and others, you will develop self-acceptance and positive self-esteem. With consistent understanding, encouragement, and support, you can overcome your problems, work through your issues, and reach your personal goals. Please visit my web-site at denvertherapy.net or bouldertherapy.net.
Kaiser
(303) 720-7852
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Lisa A Andrews, Counselor  in Boulder
“Ms. Andrews enjoys working with all ages, but her heart lies in working with young children to help them be as successful as they can be at home and at school. Ms. Andrews specializes in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, and is a co-owner of P-CIC. Ms. Andrews received her Masters in Counseling from Indiana University, Bloomington, in 1995 and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Indiana University, Bloomington, in 1991. Ms. Andrews is a Certified PCIT Therapist.
Kaiser
(970) 372-1228
Boulder, Colorado 80303
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Abigail Robinson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you fed up with feeling stuck? Tired of feeling miserable or unsatisfied? Has your partner finally agreed to couples counseling? Are your parents or teenager driving you nuts? The thought of talking to stranger about your problems can be intimidating, so call me or e-mail me just to see if we're comfortable with each other. If we are, then schedule an appointment. I can help you get unstuck.
(720) 722-6513
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Kris Isaacs, Counselor  in Boulder
“I have over 10 years experience working with adolescents and adults focusing on substance abuse/addictions, life transitions & life skills, ADD/ADHD and focusing on the affects of internet/technology and gaming issues. My focus is also on supporting mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, low motivation/self-esteem. I support individuals in working through their roadblocks, helping to establish a true sense of self, connection within relationships and ones community.
(303) 586-3466
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Does your child have worries and fears, social anxiety, or reluctance being away from you? Do you or your child experience intrusive anxious thoughts or engage in ritualistic behaviors? Do you worry too much or avoid situations that make you uncomfortable? Anxiety is very common in children, teens, and adults. Two out of ten children experience anxiety that is significant enough to interfere with their lives. Exposure therapy, a type of CBT, has been shown to be the most effective therapy for anxiety. Learning and practicing mindfulness skills can also be very helpful for children, teens, and adults with anxiety.
(303) 502-5206
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Norm Gibson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“Thank-you for visiting me here. If you are a woman or man looking for ways to uncover your self-worth and strengthen your personal relationships, this may be the right place for you. The strongest tools I have been able to find range across a spectrum from cognitive science to mindfulness meditation. Some moments call for non-judgmental listening, while others directly challenge negative thinking. "The best definition of mental health I know of is a healthy sense of humor."
(303) 327-9931 x2
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Janie Melley-Stafford, Counselor  in Boulder
“If you or someone you care about has experienced panic attacks, worry or ongoing stress, you may be considering help. You are not alone in your experience. Many people are feeling anxious, overwhelmed, judgmental and just plain tired. Most people I work with say they are stuck and don't know what to do next. I can help. Together we can find the answers and get you back to your center. I specialize in treating anxiety related conditions including panic attacks, fear of flying/driving, social anxiety and shyness, Obsessions/compulsions and overall stress.
(720) 336-4483
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Tamira Jenlink, Counselor  in Boulder
“What do you know about where you go to heal? Do you find traditional spaces/ approaches confining/limiting? My experience is rooted in 20+ years of helping youth, families and individuals to discover their own unique, safe space to deepen, explore and heal. My work is suited to PTSD and secondary trauma leading to issues around self worth, self/body image, eating disorders, attachment disorder, as well as difficult emotion including depression, anxiety and inexplicable mood shifts. Together, we will pull from a variety of resources including EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, and Internal Family Systems work to open a space for authentic healing.
(303) 351-5915
Boulder, Colorado 80302
“I enjoy helping people identify blocks to successful behavior or patterns that leave them unhappy or dissatisfied, issues they are often unaware of. I am very excited about using psychological tests for these purposes. I emphasize giving individuals direct feedback about the results, rather than only using them like "lab tests" where a report is sent to the referring therapist. I am also a neuropsychologist so I can provide information on whether brain-based problems like ADHD, learning disorders, or mild brain injury are present. I am also interested in helping identify effects of past trauma.
(720) 606-4620
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Lisa Stone, Counselor  in Boulder
“You are unique, and have something valuable to express, offer, and live. It is different than everyone else, and is soul-ly yours. We suffer when we feel cut off from this, when the circumstances and experiences of life do not reflect our deepest knowing of self. Depression, anxiety; feeling stuck, un-motivated, lost, dissatisfied with life... addiction, unhealthy relationships, illness, loss.... These are calls to wake up, or spiritual thresholds; sacred opportunities to learn to love oneself more fully; invitations to transform and heal.
(720) 606-6763
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Afra Moenter  in Boulder
“I believe that human health, self-knowledge, and emotional freedom are intimately linked to our environment and the health of the earth. While my deep connection to the wild places in nature and contemplative practices inform my work, I incorporate skills from a variety of trainings I have successfully completed over the years. I offer a therapeutic environment of respectful challenge, acceptance, curiosity, and joy. Individuals I have worked with have experienced long-lasting changes, deep transformation, and shifts when feeling stuck and hopeless. I would like to support you in creating a deeply satisfying and joyful life.
(720) 606-4341
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Max Woodfin  in Boulder
“For over ten years I have worked with youth and adults in experiential education and therapeutic programs in Tibet, India, China, Southeast Asia, and Colorado. The majority of my clients are moving through major life transitions and grief, or working with depression, mood, and behavioral disorders. Outside of the office, I employ Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy, using horses to help clients repair and deepen their relationships. I also use Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and somatic techniques throughout the therapeutic process, helping my clients build their self-worth, make healthy choices, and live authentically.
(720) 463-2383
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Nicki Omansky Dayley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“Are you or a family member feeling stuck? Together we can uncover new solutions. I'll work creatively and collaboratively with you to find pathways out of those difficult places, both within you and in your relationships. Perhaps you have a child or teen who's experiencing anxiety or fears, or you are experiencing sadness and stress personally or with a partner or family member. Together we'll find solutions as we tap into your inherent strengths and the potential strengths in your relationships.
(303) 578-3939
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Stephanie Bryan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CAC, III, NCAC, II
“I have several passions: 1) I help women struggling with depression and self esteem, especially as they age, to find meaning in their lives. 2) I help parents raise kids who will want to come home for Thanksgiving...and you'll want to see them. 3) I help parents who have made a decision not to work but to be full-time stay-at-home parents feel confident and validated in their choice. There is no more important work than successfully raising the next generation.
(303) 720-7818
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Stuart Marshall, Counselor  in Boulder
“Couples, Family, Teen and adults. I help families and Individuals build relationships and make changes. My personal style and philosophy is Relational based in Humanistic, Family Systems and Gestalt theory. I also have a Wilderness therapy background, having worked with at Risk teens and Families in a Wilderness Residential Treatment Facility.
(303) 475-4625
Boulder, Colorado 80304
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