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Eve D Katz, Counselor  in Boulder
“Imagine talking to someone who shows you how your problems are really the seeds from which solutions grow. I offer much more than the practice of conventional talk therapy. It's about transforming your problems and integrating what you learn in therapy into your daily life. Together we explore the two stages of psychotherapy: 1. Giving voice to your sad and tragic tale, 2. Transforming your story to the voice of the hero. We move as slowly or as quickly as you are comfortable with, in an atmosphere designed for an optimal learning curve. Nutrition counseling can also be part of our work together.
(303) 872-6888
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Pouria Montazeri, Counselor  in Boulder
“I am passionate about working with individuals, couples, and groups. I love to create a safe, trusting, and an all-inclusive space as a fertile ground for our relationship that supports change, growth, and actualization in you. I would like to help you live a more creative, peaceful, meaningful, fulfilled, and open life that is not influenced by the residue of earlier traumas but from a resourceful place within you. I believe in the basic goodness you possess and the innate brilliance that has allowed you to go through everything you have to be here today.
(303) 502-5738
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Brad Graham - Collaborative Careers, Counselor  in Boulder
“Are you unhappy in your current career? Have you recently been laid off or are you unemployed? Are you entering the workforce for the first time or are you undecided on how you want to retire? I can assist you in identifying your strengths, passions, motivations, and skills you need to move forward. Once this self-awareness piece is attained, you will be able to approach the job market with clarity and direction.
(303) 963-9256
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Angela J Merrill LLC, Counselor  in Boulder
“I want to work with you because you want to start changing your life! Do you ever find yourself asking questions like, "Who am I? Why can't I find true contentment and happiness? Why are things from so long ago still stuck with me now?" I want to support you in finding the answers to these questions and any other question that you are struggling with. Together, in a healthy, therapeutic relationship, we can create a safe place for you to unravel all of the questions that you have and all of the roadblocks that are in your way.
(720) 399-1194
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Gene Ira Katz,   in Boulder
“A Board Certified Sex Therapist, with expertise in couples and family relations, I welcome clients from the LGBT community, as well as heterosexual adults and adolescents. I also provide counseling for individuals suffering from PTSD, depression, anxiety and other emotional, mental, sexual or spiritual problems. Employing techniques from Jung, Rogers, Satir, in addition to humanistic, existential and transpersonal approaches, I believe that you hold the keys to unlock your own healing. My role is to help you navigate your inner journey to better peace of mind. Call today for a free 15 min. consultation-- 720-339-8174. I am available for SKYPE sessions as well.
(720) 336-5922
Boulder, Colorado 80308
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
Robert Unger,   in Boulder
“My approach to psychotherapy is not primarily problem or solution focused; I am interested in working in depth to help people to understand themselves; their impulses, desires, and needs, so that they can make conscious decisions about how to meaningfully direct their lives in an increasingly complicated world. Hence I deemphasize the language of diagnosis in favor of one of self-reflection, awareness, and understanding. As virtually any issue one brings to treatment can be either attributed to, or is influenced by, some kind of relationship dilemma, relationships are usually a significant focus of my work, including the client-therapist relationship itself.
(303) 720-7364
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
Wendy Gaylord, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
“I specialize in couple's therapy using the most current techniques in relationship counseling. I believe that many issues couples face, issues that often lead to relationship breakup, are normal, understandable and treatable through therapy. After years as a therapist, I have found a method for couples counseling, EFT (Emotionally Focused Therapy), that systematically addresses deep relationship issues and empowers profound and lasting change. I have been married for 33 years, have four children, value family as a stable base and would not be where I am today without the support of professional marriage counseling. I believe in it!
(720) 608-4537
Boulder, Colorado 80304
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
Mountain Family Home Therapy, Counselor  in Boulder
“When your child suffers from nightmares, anxiety, aggression, OCD, shutdown or depression, or when issues from past traumas or foster situations arise, asking for help can feel vulnerable and complicated. This is why I meet you where you're at: in the privacy and convenience of your home, where I provide deeply compassionate and intuitive play therapy for children and educational parent support/coaching. Or, if you, yourself, are experiencing anxiety, depression, grief, OCD, etc., or you wish to feel more inspired in your life journey, I am passionate in helping you creatively discover your innate wisdom and empowerment.
(720) 943-7568
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Joan Munson  in Boulder
“I specialize in helping adults struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and coping. I also work with parents who are struggling with their children, developmental issues, and teaching parenting skills.
(720) 924-4058
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Elizabeth Klaers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“At some point we have all struggled, been hurt and felt alone in our pain. What if we do not have to navigate these times alone? My intention is to offer a gentle, grounded presence contributing to a warm, collaborative environment where my clients feel safe enough to explore, make discoveries and integrate new ways of living life. The work in therapy often leads to a more balanced experience in one's daily life and relationships. Convenient Boulder location on RTD bus-line. Some evening and Saturday appointments may be available.
(720) 463-2359
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Marjorie Whittaker Leidig, Psychologist  in Boulder
“If you are finding yourself depressed, experiencing eating disorders, anxious and having problems in friend/partner/intimate relationships, I believe I can help you. If you have been a victim of trauma (rape, incest, sexual harassment and/or battering), I also believe I can help. I have been providing out-patient psychotherapy for 31 years to women, men and couples. Personal problems really take away from your quality of life and I believe that I can work with you to enjoy life more and feel more zesty and alive.
(720) 722-0207
Boulder, Colorado 80301
“I am a Licensed Psychotherapist specializing in Individual and Family Therapies. I maintain a private practice in Boulder, Colorado and am a graduate of Naropa University with an MA in Contemplative Psychotherapy. With over 15 years of experience the therapeutic approach I use is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. As needed, I integrate complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, I work with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.
(303) 332-1324
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Melanie K Young, Psychologist  in Boulder
“Are you looking for a warm, supportive, and confidential environment responsive to your unique needs and therapeutic goals? I can help you understand old maladaptive patterns and create new positive ways of connecting in the world. My goal is to assist you in discovering your own answers to your questions. I use an integrative approach which can include cognitive techniques as well as working with relationships patterns. It can be helpful to come at one's issues from many angles and to work with mind, body and spirit. The focus can include increasing effective coping strategies, strengthening internal resources, and becoming more empowered.
(303) 816-3219
Boulder, Colorado 80302
“I work with adoptive and foster parents (and sometimes biological parents) who are at their wits end because their child is in so much pain that they are acting out in all kinds of ways--and they don't know what to do. I help them understand what their child is going through, and I teach them a parenting model that will help their child heal so that the behaviors simply dissipate on their own. AND--perhaps most importantly--I help them live into this new parenting paradigm by facilitating stress transformation and healing of their own childhood wounds.
(303) 747-6805
Boulder, Colorado 80304
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
Charles Horowitz, Counselor  in Boulder
“"I have not met a more wholehearted counselor than Dr. Horowitz in 40 years of working with so many." ~ author Stephen Levine. Your courageous reach for help is the first, hardest step. Whether you are suffering from anxiety, depression, anger, grief, pain or stuckness, you can be helped via research-based tools. We'll first revisit your positive attributes: your accomplishments, talents, & passions are fuel for growth & change. We humans can re-learn, thankfully. You'll learn psychological skills, uncover hidden inner resources & recreate yourself. You can get relief as you learn to negotiate changes in self-esteem, relationships & finances.
(831) 402-5002
Boulder, Colorado 80303
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
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