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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 treatment programs. I am a Fellow of The International Society for the Study of Dissociation and the founder of the Rocky Mountain Trauma and Dissociation Society.
(720) 722-9299
Boulder, Colorado 80302
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!
(720) 606-6985
Boulder, Colorado 80301
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.
(303) 625-6672
Boulder, Colorado 80303
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.
(303) 900-7364
Boulder, Colorado 80304
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.
(970) 716-1810
Boulder, Colorado 80303
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.
(970) 372-1228
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 or
(303) 720-7852
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Sanctuary Center, Treatment Facility  in Boulder
Treatment Facility
“We focus on treating drug and alcohol abuse in group and individual therapies. Sanctuary Center provides a free extensive continued care program that promotes long term recovery, healthy lifestyles, and positive family relationships. Families in crisis can take advantage of the free evaluation process. This process can help in finding an appropriate treatment direction.
(866) 738-9812
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Boulder, Colorado 80301
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Joan Unruh, Counselor  in Boulder
“Joan Unruh is a licensed and certified therapist, specializing in eating disorders, anxiety disorders, depression and relationships. From her experiences in a variety of mental health settings and her own recovery, Joan uses the most recent techniques and approaches to counseling in a kind and caring way. For more information about Joan Unruh and her practice, please call, email, or click on her website included on this page.
(720) 316-0474
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Nili Feingold,   in Boulder
“Do you feel lost and desperate because whatever you tried has failed? Are you experiencing stress and turmoil in your relationships? Are you struggling with your teenager? Come talk to me! I have counselled and coached individuals for 25 years. The most common issues that move people to see me are stress, self-esteem, transitions, depression, feeling stuck, anxiety, decision making, anger, and loneliness. I serve as a counselor, coach, advocate and a facilitator of change. My specialty lies in relationships: self and others, couplehood/marriage, family dynamics, and peers. I strive to introduce vitality into lifeless relationships.
(720) 580-6997
Boulder, Colorado 80305
Kathleen Naman, Counselor  in Boulder
“Everyone gets depressed, right? Well, no, not really. Depression is a term that is applied liberally and casually to just about any version of human sadness. Within that big pile of casual use is a very real illness. It is called clinical depression or neurobiological depression. It is not a brief case of the blues or genuine sadness. Clinical depression is a level of depression that significantly has an impact on one's life. Does depression interfere with my work, relationships, and living a meaningful life. If the answer is yes it is likely that depression support and treatment will be helpful.
(303) 720-7134
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Matthew Joel Green  in Boulder
“I specialize in psychotherapy for individuals who are undergoing electric convulsive therapy (ECT), and the families that support them. I have undergone ECT and it saved my life. However, while I was undergoing ECT my family and I felt very alone. No one could help us understand what we were experiencing. Two years after my recovery, I went to school to become a psychotherapist. Now, I am that person. There is nothing more fulfilling than supporting people in the way that I needed support.
(720) 235-0601
Boulder, Colorado 80303
David A Yeats, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“David' book, "Co-Creating a Brilliant Relationship: A Journey of Deepening Connection, Meaning, and Joy," has been released! Learn about it at David's website. David is guided by a high regard for clients' thoughts, feelings, values, experiences, history, and intuitions. He pays attention to issues that people are wanting help with, and works to identify the wisdom, skills, and resources that clients bring. He sees that everyone is on a path toward further growing and becoming, and understands that issues and problems that all of us have can be the means to that deeper growth.
(303) 900-5106 x1
Boulder, Colorado 80305
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
Jeremy Kalan, Counselor  in Boulder
Counselor, MA, NCC, CPCC
“I offer a warm, safe, healing space for you to courageously explore and work through internal and external obstacles. I empower you to heal trauma, overcome depression, anxiety, anger, & low self-esteem, discover your innate gifts and values, and create the life you desire. I support you to bring the practical skills learned from session into your life.
(720) 408-2217
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Kate Thompson, Counselor  in Boulder
“I'm British and I trained and worked in England until 2010. I am an existential counsellor which means I am interested in helping you to live as fully as you can. Together we can explore the blocks to existence and discover the ways in which you can live authentically. I have over 20 years experience as a therapist and I bring that with me as I meet each new client. I will help you describe, clarify and unravel your relationship to the world, your self and others. We do not have to start with your childhood.
(303) 732-6823
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Michael R Freedman, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I am experienced at helping adults, children (including teens), and families. If you are having trouble with your feelings (anxiety, anger, depression), trouble with your relationships, or need help with your direction in life, call or email.
(720) 440-2031
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Monica Myers Jones, Counselor  in Boulder
“We all contain the inner wisdom to heal ourselves and move towards being an authentic, positive and loving person. The courage to be vulnerable -by moving toward our pain and confusion as well as our joy-utterly transforms and frees us. I am honored to enter into the sacred space of therapy together with my clients. I use an integrative and strength based approach combining empathy, mindfulness, and radical acceptance as well as therapeutic tools like imagery, meditation, sand tray and body awareness. I have a passionate social justice orientation and am experienced in a wide breadth of issues.
(720) 580-6186
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Jo Graybill, Psychiatric Nurse  in Boulder
“I am currently accepting new patients into my practice and look forward to speaking with you soon! I welcome the opportunity to discuss creative strategies for engaging with life challenges and strongly encourage individuals to be involved in therapy. I am mindful of both the risks and benefits inherent in the practice of the art and science of psychopharmacology. Through supporting a wholistic approach to the management of situational or biologically based problems, I believe that healthy solutions can be found. I recognize that the process can be intimidating but it is just as frequently full of joy and discovery.
(720) 523-0264
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Jill Krush, Counselor  in Boulder
“I have worked with teens , adults and families for over 11 years. I bring over 26 years of personal recovery from various substance and process addictions and combine both personal and professional experiences to the counseling relationship. I work with teens, adults and families dealing with substance use issues, addiction, stress, anxiety and trauma. My approach helps with discovering the best methods for you to learn how to cope with life challenges in a way that won't harm you or the people you love. If you are struggling to find your way, I encourage you to call for a free phone consultation.
(605) 644-7068
Boulder, Colorado 80301
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