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Therapists in Hygiene

Area auto widened to Boulder County - no Therapists were found in the city of Hygiene, CO.
Damien Teague, Counselor  in Boulder
“My role as therapist is to support and assist fellow travelers along their journey through the wilderness of life. While each person is unique, presenting individual sets of strengths and challenges, we all walk through this experience together. The path we travel, from the depths of the dark night of the soul to luminous expansion toward self-actualization, is at once terrifying and ecstatic. It is my calling to explore this territory together, bringing to the sacred space of therapy a safe and strong container which empowers you, my client, to chart your own course into life.
(720) 523-0327
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Kirsten Beemer, Registered Psychotherapist  in Louisville
“The words danced in my soul as my pastor proclaimed "It is not a question of if you will experience suffering, it is a question of when...". Growing up I believed, despite my parent's divorce that if you were good, then no bad things would happen to you. Then during college, my mom died and my world view changed. Luckily I was not left alone in this difficult journey. It is with gratitude for my support, that I offer you the chance to be heard, the chance to change and the chance to put words to your dancing heart.
(303) 532-4971
Louisville, Colorado 80027
“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
Eileen G. Wade-Stein, Counselor  in Boulder
“My style is direct and collaborative. It has been my experience that most people try their best to work through feelings of being stuck and lost before contacting a therapist. I am here to offer you my expertise to supplement what you have tried and learned on your own. Together we can find the best strategies to give you relief from your distress and to help you gather the skills, knowledge and insight necessary to move forward.
(303) 622-5851
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Jen Phillips, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Longmont
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LPC
“Working 15 years with adolescents, families, and young adults, combined with my education and training, I specialize in helping with issues of self-esteem, family dynamics issues, belief systems and how they effect us, emotional regulation/management, crisis management, general health and well-being, and the cultural and familial impact on both the individual and the family. Having lived in different countries and cultures, I can speak to the culture we live in and how it impacts us both individually and collectively. I also work with the negative messages we tend to tell ourselves that hinder our change and growth.
(720) 545-1747
Longmont, Colorado 80501
“Hello. My name is Lisa and I specialize in helping families figure out how to help the older adults in their lives. As an adult, you may have discovered that you are now a member of the "Sandwich Generation" - balancing work, children, family and now elder care. One of the hardest realizations is that someone we love is struggling to care for himself or herself. Often, bringing in an outside professional to address changes is a relief for family members and allows the family to maintain their traditional roles. The good news is that there is help available to you.
(303) 625-9460
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Shanly H Weber,   in Boulder
“Shanly Weber, M.A., S.E.P. and founder of SHIFT, is a somatic therapist certified in Dr. Peter Levine’s work, Somatic Experiencing®. She is also a trained mindfulness meditation instructor as well as a chi kung and healing touch practitioner. With her compassion, insight and humor, Shanly teaches her clients how to tap into their inner strength and resources. She offers tools to minimize stress and overwhelm so that we can enjoy our lives rather than endure them. Shanly is inspired by individual and community consciousness and is passionate to support young adults and families.
(303) 625-7946
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Leah Kaplan, Counselor  in Boulder
“BRIEF OVERVIEW : As a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Coach, I advocate for my clients to identify goals to achieve to create a future that is bright. I use my extensive counselor academic background, (to understand and appreciate the large impact of family dynamics and past experiences), however, I may spend less time examining the past, and more time using solution-based strategies to change faulty beliefs, thoughts and old habits. I like to access an individual's strengths, to achieve the desired results, and move into the future. I customize my approach to individual client needs.
(720) 408-2086
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Ann Misel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Louisville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“When you're dealing with pain and distress, it's difficult to enjoy your life. Perhaps you're struggling with anxiety, chronic physical pain and illness, exhaustion and vague depression, or low self-esteem. Maybe you're facing some difficult life circumstances that are overwhelming your ability to cope. Pain and distress (both emotional and physical) can leave you feeling tired, worried, sad, isolated and less than confident.
(720) 608-2863
Louisville, Colorado 80027
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. 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
Jody Andrews, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Louisville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you in-transition? Are you wanting to make changes in your relationship? Or, are you transitioning in your career, or trying to find where you "fit" in the world? Are you languishing or "just living" instead of thriving and flourishing? If so, I hope I can be of help. My specialty is working with adults-in-transition (individuals or couples) who want to grow emotionally and live life to their fullest potential. My method is relaxed, emotionally connected, traditional talk therapy with a dash of humor when appropriate.
(970) 459-1986
Louisville, Colorado 80027
Max Woodfin  in Boulder
“For over ten years I have worked with youth and adults in experiential education and therapeutic programs in Tibet, India, China, Southeast Asia, and Colorado. The majority of my clients are moving through major life transitions and grief, or working with depression, mood, and behavioral disorders. Outside of the office, I employ Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy, using horses to help clients repair and deepen their relationships. I also use Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and somatic techniques throughout the therapeutic process, helping my clients build their self-worth, make healthy choices, and live authentically.
(720) 463-2383
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Kathryn Raley,   in Lafayette
“As an eco and wilderness therapist, I believe in the innate ability for healing when one's environment is considered part of the therapeutic process. I will work with clients to find the answers to questions surrounding relationships, sadness and day to day intentional living. I believe children and teens best express emotion in the language of play, imagery and artistic expression. My job is to interpret this play and facilitate their positive mental health and well-being. I am dedicated to assisting all on this journey with the support they need to achieve their goals in overall wellness.
(720) 523-0316
Lafayette, Colorado 80026
Lauren Forsythe  in Longmont
“My approach looks at people holistically concentrating on the interactions between thoughts, emotions, physical wellness, and spirituality. I do not have a cookie cutter approach and understand that life and individuals are complex. The relationship between therapist and client is the driving force for change; therefore my number one goal is to build a strong and supportive alliance. I use play therapy with children and expressive therapies (art and creative writing) with clients of all ages. I enjoy working in creative ways with clients when it is a good fit.
(720) 336-4451
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Sharon Kocina, Counselor  in Boulder
“Early in my career, I was profoundly impacted by the families with whom I worked and their resilience in the face of overwhelming pain and stress. These families' kids were at risk of out-of-home placement due to neglect/abuse. I derived a deep satisfaction from the fact that after 18 months 95% of those families were still together. To this day, I continue to help people connect/reconnect with their resilience and heal through to wholeness. Additionally, my struggle to recover, from several car accidents gave me profound insight into the challenges of healing mind and body.
(303) 835-7042
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Natalie Whiteford  in Louisville
“Do you have a sense that something isn't working in your life? Do you feel overwhelmed, anxious, depressed, or disconnected? I believe we each develop patterns in the ways we react to the world around us and some of these patterns may be unhelpful. I work with my clients to identify and change these patterns so each client can learn to cope in new ways and create a life they value and enjoy.
(720) 608-4054
Louisville, Colorado 80027
Kirsten Burris, Counselor  in Longmont
“Sometimes life can be challenging and there are times for many of us where we need assistance to navigate the difficulties we find ourselves facing. Sometimes it is the healthiest choice to simply ask for help. Counseling people through their personal challenges is a calling and passion for me. I have practiced psychotherapy for 14 years and have worked regularly with life transitions, addictions, depression, anxiety, anger, stress, eating disorders, family of origin issues, loss and grief. Contact me and let's see if working together would be a fit. I offer a 30 minute free consultation with no obligation.
(720) 414-2580
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Justin Connally Bogardus, Counselor  in Boulder
“There are times in our lives when we all struggle and ask ourselves what will help. This is a courageous process, but often it does not feel that way. Seeking support can be a scary, and overwhelming prospect. Most of us consider counseling several times before actually choosing a counselor and beginning therapy. Justin is here to bring ease to this process - making counseling an approachable and effective means to living your life to the fullest. Justin has a simple and direct method of locating what works for you, while addressing core issues and concerns.
(720) 636-7058
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I love providing psychotherapy to individual adults and adolescents, couples, families. A senior myself, I am familiar with issues of aging: anxiety, loss, loneliness, illness, depression, end-of-life, isolation, relationships and disability. I accept Medicare and other insurance and am trained in numerous modalities, including contemplative psychotherapy, and am receiving training in DBT (dialectival behavioral therapy). I take an holistic approach, sensing deep connections between body and mind.
(303) 494-0596
Boulder, Colorado 80305
“I work with individuals, couples and families who are seeking support during difficult ecxperiences such as the death of a loved one, divorce, relationship changes and personal challenges. I believe that with the help of a professional most of us are able to heal from those difficult experiences.
(303) 717-1635
Louisville, Colorado 80027
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Hygiene have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Hygiene you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Hygiene and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Hygiene or family therapy in Hygiene.

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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
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