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Donna R Cooper, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, CACIII
“I am a psychotherapist in private practice who uses a body-centered and mindful focus to help people heal from adult and childhood trauma (PTSD), and physical trauma. Accompanying issues often include anxiety and depression, and other mood disorders, which have been found to be significantly improved with a body-centered approach. During the therapeutic process, counterproductive developmental patterns are often addressed. I also work extensively with clients dealing with alcohol and drug addictions, and grief and loss issues that are often associated with alcohol and drug abuse.
(303) 586-3531
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Erik Sween, Psychologist  in Boulder
“Are you feeling stuck? Struggling with low energy and low mood? I have worked as a therapist for 20 years. My style is interactive, compassionate, and genuine. I listen well, appreciate complexity, and have a sense of humor. I am insightful and comfortable with intensity. My goal is to help you live a more meaningful and joyful life. Within a context of trust and empathy, I strive to challenge my clients. I believe that time is ticking for all of us. So I listen deeply, collaborate closely, and don't wear kid gloves.
(303) 816-8435
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Rana Smith Verret, Counselor  in Boulder
“Families, Couples and Individuals all find a comfortable place in my office. Marriage and Family Therapy training launched my professional evolution. Initially, I use a systems framework when working with clients. I enjoy working with families and couples who are facing tough relational issues. Currently, I am working on certification in Sex Therapy, as I aim to make Couples Therapy my primary practice focus. I use Schnarch's 'Crucible Approach' in working with couples. Depression, Anxiety, Stress and Trauma are specialty areas in working with individuals.
(303) 647-1340
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Kelley M Day  in Boulder
“Live Your Life On Purpose! It's not uncommon for us humans to move through the world feeling stuck & trapped by old habits and patterns, confused & lost amidst life changes, or disconnected & out of place in the world. I am passionate about guiding you in discovering and connecting with the deeper truth of who you really are and supporting you in transforming the habitual limitations and ties that bind, as you step into your own power and freedom to live authentically & on purpose. That essence is in each of us and our world needs us to truly be here now.
(303) 625-7455
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Kelly Hill  in Boulder
“I believe strongly in personal empowerment, and my practice is based on the belief that my role as a therapist is to assist you in removing any blocks that may be preventing you from experiencing your highest personal potential. My work is mindfulness based, and I am particularly adept in working with adult survivors of childhood abuse, depression and anxiety issues, LGBTQ issues, postpartum depression and couples. My Master's Degree is in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology, so in addition to doing emotional work, I also work with clients who want to explore themselves from a spiritual perspective.
(303) 502-5983
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Heidi Wilson, Counselor  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MBA, MA, LPC, CACII, EMDR
“Are you anxious, stressed or unhappy in your life, work or relationships? Pressures at work, at home, and in school can be intense. You'd like to make a change, but may feel stuck or uncertain of the direction you want to try next. If you are looking for ways to bring about real, positive change in your life, I offer effective, confidential counseling or life coaching sessions. One of my passions is working with high stress executives, professionals and entrepreneurs. I also specialize in working with young adults (18-30) who are struggling with their "quarter life crisis".
(720) 530-8227
Boulder, Colorado 80302
David Robbins, Counselor  in Boulder
“Struggling with anxiety, grief or depression? Are you in the midst of a life transition or difficult relationship? Experiencing confusion and fear? I can offer a warm compassionate space and teach you practical skills to help you surmount obstacles, heal your emotional wounds, and make profound life changes.
(303) 900-7144
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Interactive Brain Analysis, Counselor  in Boulder
“Our clinical team caringly provides neurofeedback, biofeedback, psychotherapy, and cognitive rehabilitation to support the whole person. Biofeedback and neurofeedback instruments use sensors that are attached to the skin to "feedback" information about the body. In this way, a person can interact with information that they are not normally aware of, such as: brain wave activity, breathing patterns, heart rate, temperature, muscle tension and sweat gland activity. It has been established that once you have more detailed access to information of your body, you are able to consciously and subconsciously develop insight in finding balance and health~ mind, body and soul.
(303) 447-8443
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Barry Erdman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, ACSW, LCSW, DCSW
“Hello! I'm a longtime humanistic/existentially oriented therapist. I take pride in caring about the people I see who may be dealing with difficult life challenges, with full respectful and positive regard; not as struggling patients diagnosed with mental disorders. As an eclectic clinician, I prefer developing a therapeutic approach with you by using methods and techniques which best match your specific personal needs and goals. I draw upon a synthesis of conventional clinical training (social work, marriage and family counseling, community mental health) with alternative and integrative treatment modalities (transpersonal, clinical hypnosis, body centered psychotherapy, NLP, Buddhism, Hinduism).
(720) 440-2365
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Tracy Markle, Counselor  in Boulder
“At Collegiate Coaching Services, our team of therapists and therapeutic coaches provide support to young adults in the community, home, campus, and in the office. We treat Internet addiction, video game addiction, and pornography addiction. We focus on academic success, recovery success, and community connection, as well as developing a well-rounded list of practical skills, such as organization, budgeting, effective coping skills and communication skills. Our clients struggle with depression, anxiety, isolation, and "failure to launch". Most have had 1 or more attempts at college. Our clients may have high functioning autism/pervasive developmental disorder.
(303) 900-7093
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Anne Cattarello, Counselor  in Boulder
“Do you feel like you are continuously putting the needs of others above your own? Are you often looking to others for validation? Does this way of being in the world feel draining and exhausting? If so, I can help you connect with your internal self and needs. Shifting your focus from taking care of others to taking care of yourself will be life changing. Doing so can help alleviate depression, anxiety, fear and trauma. Interestingly, once you connect with self-care you will have more energy and wisdom to help others in ways that do not hurt you.
(720) 352-0930
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Sara Schuler,   in Boulder
“We all reach a point in our lives when we struggle inside and want to seek out a new way to explore our being and strengthen our spirit. I am a firm believer that we all possess the power within ourselves to heal and achieve optimal performance in life. Becoming mindful of what drives our behaviors and allowing our bodies to restructure internal patterns brings forth the strength to function at our desired potential and perform at our highest. A trusting, caring relationship of a therapist has the ability to support you in creating your desired path through life.
(720) 288-0970
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Allison Villarreal, Counselor  in Boulder
“Making the decision to enter into therapy is a courageous, empowering and often scary step towards discovering a more meaningful and fulfilling life. Whatever circumstances have led you to seek change, my goal is to support you along your path towards growth and personal well-being. Together we can explore life events, relationship difficulties, or behavior patterns that are leaving you feeling stuck, overwhelmed or unhappy. Through our time spent together in a supportive and safe environment, I can help you to discover new insight and understanding, while learning new ways to approach life's challenges.
(303) 625-6778
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Marilyn Coonelly, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I am a clinical psychologist with over twenty years of experience. I use an eclectic combination of skills and techniques to help you remove blocks, change self-defeating behavior, resolve past trauma, and move forward in your life. I see you as a partner in your treatment and hope we can work together to create the change you desire. I believe in working with the body, mind and spirit to create integrated and lasting change. Training: cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, family systems, and solution-focused therapy.
(303) 900-5679
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Christy Weller, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I work with teens, adults, and couples struggling with unsatisfying relationships; eating and body image issues; anxiety; and/or depression. I help people feel less overwhelmed, happier, and more in control of their lives. In our therapy sessions, I work with you in a supportive and collaborative way to identify previous barriers to making successful changes. I help you build on your strengths to shift your way of thinking or acting, so that you can live the life you want to live!
(720) 608-4084
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Mark Grassman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Mark received his Master of Social Work degree from the University of Denver and his undergraduate degree from Colorado State University. He has post-graduate training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy from Smith College and the Colorado Center for Psychoanalytic Study. He is certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). He maintains a private practice treating adults, adolescents, and children while working part time at Wardenburg Health Center, University of Colorado, Boulder. Areas of Interest: Couples therapy, anxiety, trauma, family and relational issues, and training and supervision
(303) 848-2313
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Gail Robin Marcus, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have extensive experience helping people who are challenged with medical, physical, emotional and sexual trauma. My clients have reported that my direct, clear, empathetic approach has helped them. They have said "Gail Marcus is very skilled at her profession. She embodies all of the qualities of an excellent therapist-empathy, patience, follow-up and excellent listening skills. She is solution focused and has the incredible ability to not only listen, but to hear what you have to say. She has helped me to realize my strengths and I never fail to leave a session without feeling better about myself."
(303) 532-4247
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Kevin Udis, Psychologist  in Boulder
“Human development is a life long process. Feel free to contact me if you are feeling that you, your spouse or children are overwhelmed with the task of adapting to life's challenges. Anxiety, worry, or depression are important symptoms to treat. However, they may also tell one that certain problems require a different approach. My consultations, evaluations and therapeutic services are fully confidential.
(303) 900-7004
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Brian Hersch, Psychiatrist  in Boulder
“I have been practicing for 30 years. My primary focus is treating ADD/ADHD, mood disorders (which includes anxiety, depression and bipolar conditions.) I enjoy working with young to middle-aged adults which will have as much commitment to solving their problems as I will have in helping them solve their issues. I am a therapist that actively participates in the dialogue. At the present time, I do not see people on an emergency basis. I will likely be able to provide an appointment within one week.
(303) 732-6809
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Sherry A Lewis, Counselor  in Boulder
“2001 Counselor of the Year. I help people overcome challenges and trauma, to fulfill their potential and live their dreams. I teach people coping STRATEGIES to RESOLVE problems, anxiety, anger, and depression, leading them to a HIGHER QUALITY of LIFE. Over 20 years experience has helped me become creative and effective in devising strategies to help people ACHIEVE RESULTS and advance in an individually meaningful way. The strategies I've devised also HELP KIDS gain communication skills, reduce aggression, decrease behavior issues, and build friendships.
(303) 900-7189
Boulder, Colorado 80301
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