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Therapists in Boulder

Daniel Warsaw Minerva, Psychologist  in Boulder
“Alcohol, drug and other addictions are my areas of expertise. Let's create the life you always wanted to live without additon based on your dreams, passions and values. I will help you discover what is most important to you and together we will remove what stands in your way of living "the good life" now. We will find calm, peaceful and relaxing approaches to pursue your development and success.
(303) 816-8895
Boulder, Colorado 80302
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
Steven J Wolhandler, Counselor  in Boulder
“I specialize in therapy for other therapists and working with people whose prior therapy was unsatisfying. Working with me is enjoyable and effective. You will understand your life better and get more of what you want. You will observe yourself and others more clearly. You will find new options and solutions. Ready to shift your life - with safety, understanding and even fun and laughter? Start with a phone call. 720 270-0070. Or email me. Come see me alone, or with your partner or family. Ask me about groups and the unique opportunity they offer. Call 720 270-0070.
(720) 213-5593
Boulder, Colorado 80303
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
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) 263-0358
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Boulder Hypnotherapy Center,   in Boulder
“Perhaps you are ready to live your best life. Suppose you would like to have the power of your subconscious to support your choices. Imagine the ease and grace of changes that you make effortlessly. Because our work engages your subconscious, results are often rapid and very effective. Advanced training in Gestalt-Based Hypnotherapy allows me to assist you rapidly and effectively in creating the changes you desire. Client-Centered Hypnotherapy with Eclectic Orientation. Highly effective techniques reach & release what may have obstructed progress in past (may be unknown cognitively).
(303) 647-4982
Boulder, Colorado 80301
“Sometimes life feels unmanageable or hopeless. Maybe it's stress, anxiety or depression, challenges with relationship, parenting, or life transitions, or divorce, or blending a family. The Genuine Heart approach to counseling is about warmth and compassion and working together in a collaborative effort toward healing. It's about having support as you reconnect with yourself and your values and gaining perspective of your situation, clarity around your beliefs and feelings, and skills for managing strong emotions. It's about exploring opportunities where you might bring forth change and where you can't and how to cultivate sanity when things are out of your control.
(970) 497-2129
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Vivian A Sylvest, Counselor  in Boulder
“In my private practice, I build a partnering relationship with you to help effect change. I guide people to develop a stronger awareness of self, as they integrate and move through current struggles and relational challenges. Every interaction supports the message that growth and improvement are possible. I capitalize on each person's unique strengths through the unification of experiential modalities produced from Gestalt, transpersonal, somatic, mindfulness, and strength based client centered perspectives. I address and assist a person in integrating past and current experiences, creating personal goals, and discovering a new level of awareness and life satisfaction.
(720) 608-2571
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Elyse Morgan, Psychologist  in Boulder
“My work rests on a profound respect for the human capacity to change as well as a deep appreciation of the impact of emotional pain on the process of living. This perspective emerged from my 20+ years in practice, my formal training, my work at psychiatric hospitals and other facilities, my experience as a supervisor and a teacher, and a life lived as a member of the human species. Although my approach depends on the needs of each individual, I believe the relationship between therapist and client is the foundation for psychotherapy and a window into the client's other relationships, both historical and contemporary.
(303) 502-9105
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Shara Brun, Counselor  in Boulder
“Often times, the part of us that we close away for safe keeping --the messy and unpredictable part of us, the vulnerable part of us-- it is that very part that holds the key to our self empowerment and expression. When we feel cut off or lost from ourselves as a result, feelings of anxiety, depression, frustration and loneliness can be overwhelming. My work is to find and meet you where you are verbally, historically, emotionally, and energetically. Then together we explore what that "place" is, how you got there, and the possibilities of where to go from there.
(720) 263-4595
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Mia Bertram, Counselor  in Boulder
“I am a Child and Family Therapist specializing in Play Therapy, working with children ages 3- 12 struggling with such issues such as grief, adoption/foster care, trauma, self- esteem, divorce and sensory processing disorder. I have received extensive training at the Play Therapy Institute of Colorado in brain development and utilizing the nervous system as a means to understand and help clients regulate themselves. I am a resource for parents and caregivers, offering coaching and education to help create loving relationships by understanding their child's needs and ways to support their growth individually and within the family system.
(720) 340-6615
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Annemarie Prairie, Counselor  in Boulder
“What holds you back from being your most vibrant self? For many of us, it is a lack of connection we have to ourself and others. When big transitions come (through a death, birth, illness, divorce, or work), it is common to feel ungrounded and alone. But in each transition, we have an opportunity for growth. I specialize in helping people move through stress caused by work, relationships, and transition into a place of feeling fulfilled and centered.
(720) 924-3715
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Sandy Novak, Counselor  in Boulder
“From my unwavering belief in human beings’ capacity to grow and heal, I offer you support, challenge, inspiration, encouragement, and transformation. I work with late teens, adults, elders, couples and families to find new hope and make the changes they need to resolve the past and live more fully in the present. Combining several effective modes of therapy, I help you develop self-awareness, self- exploration, and self-transformation from the inside out toward greater freedom and high self-esteem. I love working with couples to help build closeness and intimacy, and I love helping families grow together through all of life’s challenges.
(720) 924-3055
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Danielle Dougherty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you a professional wanting to to experience growth in your relationship with yourself, spouse, colleagues, children, parents, or friends? Our work together will help you simultaneously develop a deep acceptance of yourself while also developing a powerful ability to create change. Being in therapy will cultivate your innate ability to trust yourself and act out of courage rather than out of fear.
(720) 388-1455
Boulder, Colorado 80303
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
Stephen W. Koelemay, Psychologist  in Boulder
“WELCOME. I'm a licensed clinical psychologist providing individual therapy for adolescents and adults. If you're here, then you're probably looking for a change. Life can be unpredictable, complicated, and demanding. Low self-esteem, unpleasant moods, challenging relationships, and academic/professional stressors can be difficult to navigate alone. Together we can determine what a change may look like for you and develop strategies for moving towards that change. I view therapy as a collaborative process -- a joint effort towards feeling more connected, satisfied, and adaptable. I work with professionals, students, artists, musicians, parents, and many other individuals.
(720) 336-7903
Boulder, Colorado 80303
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
Sara Cohen, Counselor  in Boulder
“I work with issues that come up during life transitions: anxiety, depression, grief, feeling stuck, doubtful, overwhelmed or alone. My training with Brainspotting and with Emotionally Focused Therapy has revolutionized my practice and, I hope, your life. My approach is warm, direct and practical. We'll work together to develop a plan and to identify the steps needed to get there. Benefits to you are: feeling effective, respected and challenged to live your potential. Make your life make sense again.
(303) 900-5119
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Simone Lichty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I approach my work with clients with warmth, curiosity, openness, and respect for differences. Most people seek therapy when their current ways of coping no longer serve them. Working together, we can gain insight into why and how you may have developed unhelpful patterns. From this understanding, it is possible to move forward into a more gratifying, authentic life.
(720) 360-7155
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Aspenroots Counseling, Counselor  in Boulder
“Aspenroots Counseling LLC, is a community of therapists, counselors, and other healing practitioners serving the Boulder and Denver areas. We respond to the needs of our community through counseling, art therapy, body-centered psychotherapy, mindfulness-based counseling and spiritual support. Our vision is to be a place of comfort and inspiration for all who seek deep healing, transformation and joy. We offer our services to individuals, couples, families, and groups. Our therapists specialize in working with children, adolescents, adults, and elders. We offer scholarships to those who would be otherwise unable to receive services.
(303) 953-4775
Boulder, Colorado 80301
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