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Therapists in Boulder

Catherine Johnston, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I bring thirty-two years of experience with a broad range of traditional and non-traditional methods to the process of helping people maximize their strengths, overcome recurrent problems, and transform their challenges into opportunities for growth. Iím active, practical, and combine logic and intuition in my approach to people. Assisting individuals and couples to find a balance between intimacy and autonomy and to recognize their relationship patterns and change those they want to change is one of my specialties. Decreasing anxiety and depression and increasing enjoyment of life is another.
(720) 439-7192
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Peter Solon, Psychologist  in Boulder
“There isn't a website in the world that can describe what it's like to be with myself or any psychologist. That's why I offer an initial in-person (or phone) consultation, free of charge. This way, we can mutually decide: are we a good fit. Click on my website where I convey what you can expect to accomplish from therapy, the types of clients I see, my therapeutic style and the model I use.
(303) 848-8456
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Karina Tibble Montazeri, Counselor  in Boulder
“I am passionate about creating a space for adult women and teenage girls to heal and embody more meaningful lives. I love to support women who are yearning for a deeper connection with themselves and those around them, who wish to be more in touch with the wisdom of their bodies, and who long to transform the patterns that no longer serve them. In my work with teenage girls, I provide a safe environment in which they can explore their challenges and emotions. With gentleness and creativity I strive to mirror my clients' innate brilliance and strength.
(720) 442-7658
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Marsha Sage, Counselor  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, EdD, LPC, ACS, EDMR, II
“I treat from a trauma-informed treatment approach, meaning we will look at how current distress may be caused by past trauma. I use EMDR to facilitate the reprocessing of traumatic events. Over 21 years of private practice, I have seen adults 18- 75 yrs., some with adolescence 13- 17 yrs. I work with most all issues, seeking resolution and lowering of distress or negative emotions. I typically see clients weekly for the first month or two, moving to less frequently; treatment lasting 9- 15 months. I accept insurance that accepts me, offering sliding scale for those not using insurance.
(303) 835-9662
Boulder, Colorado 80304
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
Ronald Bassman, Psychologist  in Boulder
“At 25, I was admitted to a psychiatric hospital for the second time in three years. The first diagnosis, schizophrenia, paranoid type, the second time with a diagnosis of schizophrenia, chronic type. After I fully recovered I entered graduate school, earned my doctorate. Since then, I've worked as a licensed psychologist in a state hospital, private practice, as a consultant to state agencies and as the executive director of a 7-county comprehensive mental health center. Honors include: Member of the APA's Expert Taskforce on Serious Mental Illness; Author of A Fight Be
(518) 203-2766
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Ann M Norris, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am dedicated to providing a supportive, safe environment for clients to work on their own areas of concern. A relational model provides the context for this work, which is guided by each individual's needs. You can depend on my ability to offer warmth and compassion; respect your process; be educational and interactive; provide support and direction; and truly care. Clients report feeling better, having new insights and knowing they are supported while contemplating and effecting change in their lives. I am committed to assisting you on your journey.
(303) 900-5942
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Wyatt Fisher, Psychologist  in Boulder
“Greetings! Having ADHD symptoms myself and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, I am able to serve this population from both a personal and clinical perspective. I strive to help people with ADD/ADHD make extraordinary growth by narrowing the gap between their potential and performance. I provide ADHD Coaching and Counseling and run a group for adults with ADD/ADHD.
(303) 596-6836
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Emily Isaacs,   in Boulder
“Therapy can help you change your life. I offer a safe, compassionate space for you to explore your challenges, your inner resilience, and ways you can grow. Beyond this foundation, I find that I relate to each person in a way unique to our relationship. I can help you get perspective on your situation and problem solve. We can also work to access deeply buried emotions through body-centered work involving movement, mindfulness, and EMDR. At the core of it, I help people understand and shift their stories about themselves. And I do this with honesty, integrity, and compassion.
(720) 414-5874
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Ilsa Comte Adair M.S. LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Boulder
“Get unstuck, rebuild your relationship, heal your past & create a new life. If you are anxious, sad, angry or stuck, I can help you reclaim the peace, joy & freedom you long for. Our most difficult circumstances hold the key to our healing and unfolding. My work is a friendly invitation to come back to center and discover who you are beyond your distress. Through skillful conversations and guided explorations, I help my clients disentangle, heal and integrate unresolved pain and shed outgrown positions while guiding them back to Wholeness. The journey is in living life wide open, intimately and fearlessly.
(303) 732-6206
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Gale S Osterberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Is life passing you by? Worry, indecision, tension, nervousness, lack of confidence,compulsive behaviors, avoidance of people or situations- the pressures of life today make anxiety and depression familiar to us all. Feelings and relationships may seem messy and out of control or you may feel stuck in behaviors you don't like. Beliefs, patterns, and reactions based in the past may cause you to avoid the changes you most want to make. Recognizing these obstacles and developing the skills to work with them will allow you to develop the confidence in yourself that you need to live well
(303) 900-5868
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Josh Medley, Counselor  in Boulder
“Life difficulties can be challenging - but very positive outcomes can come from facing them. Transformation and healing truly do happen. They come from new experiences and insights, and getting support to try new behaviors in a supportive context. The wholeness of you is capable, unafraid, dynamic and alive - as you get more deeply in touch with your wholeness, things move. Compassion, understanding, and new growth arise.
(720) 414-2081
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Rest Well Clinic, Psychologist  in Boulder
“At Rest Well Clinic we provide a research-based, drug-free treatment for insomnia. CBT-I, Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for Insomnia, is a six week program that includes an assessment, five treatment sessions, and support tools. Numerous studies show that this method is remarkably effective for improving the quantity and quality of sleep, and for reducing or eliminating the use of sleep-aid medications. This evidence-based method was developed at the top medical schools and is coming into wide national and international use. Learn more at
(303) 747-4982
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Amy Winters, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“INTEGRATIVE AND HOLISTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY - I work from a holistic approach that integrates highly effective modalities of body-centered mindfulness, EMDR and brain-spotting, as well as hypnotherapy and Chi Kung, with traditional cognitive -behavioral therapy, to facilitate emotional and behavioral change and healing. My approach is collaborative and interactive, and strives to help you uncover and heal your deepest issues in order to live your life to its fullest.
(303) 747-4954
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Moana Kruschwitz, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I believe that there is great power in developing a deeper understanding of who you are, your strengths and weakness, and how your brain functions and adapts-and applying this information to develop ways to manage and communicate your emotions and needs to the important people in your life. I have been working with kids, teens, adults and families for the last 15 years, and find it very meaningful and rewarding. I specialize in anxiety, depression, attachment and neurodevelopmental disorders, using cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, solution-oriented and family systems based approaches.
(303) 951-4779
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Karin Dremel, Counselor  in Boulder
“First and foremost I want to meet you - all of you: The Good, the Bad, the Brilliant, and the Ugly. We will share the gift of mindfulness, work with awareness of body sensations, insights, and illuminate your potential. Alongside that we emphasize how you can self-regulate trauma based activations. Through relational resonance the therapeutic 'dance' will become a template for the growth of neural pathways which differ from those of the past. This process gradually will integrate traumatic fragmentation and allow for choices, different from what you ever may have imagined possible.
(303) 578-1211
Boulder, Colorado 80304
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
A Boulder Body Mind Spirit Counseling, LLC  in Boulder
“My relational approach to counseling encourages healing of body, mind & spirit. I counsel people of all ethnicities, ages and life stages. My M.A. is in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology, with an undergrad degree in Business from CU Boulder. I've lived in the Boulder area for decades. Currently, I co-lead three personal growth groups based on Brene Brown & Cloud-Townsend. Surviving various life losses, including divorce and the death of a parent, help me to be an understanding person & counselor. I've also raised two wonderful children. I am here to offer support amidst life's struggles and transitions.
(303) 974-4392
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Stacey Arnett, Counselor  in Boulder
“Who knew that "Forever Young" was going to look like this? The Hopi language contains a term that English needs but doesn't have. It is an ancient word...koyaanisqatsi: life out of balance, a way of living that calls for another way of living. If the romantic vision of your youth has faded into a worrisome unease, if your life feels out of balance and you're looking for tools and practices to fulfill the calling for another way of living, our sessions together will help you discover that exquisite jewel - a life filled with meaning and purpose.
(303) 578-3362
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Lindsay A Wolf,   in Boulder
“I work with clients who feel there is more to who they are than how they are currently living, and who are committed to making a shift. My relational approach encourages the therapeutic process to be a co-creative exploration between clients and myself, meeting as a collaborative team. Working holistically, with the body and mind, I work with clients towards re-patterning old constructs to support living from a place of balance and deep presence. Together, we uncover new perspectives that are in support of the client's goals and growth.
(408) 498-5077
Boulder, Colorado 80304
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