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Therapists in Hygiene

Area auto widened to Boulder County - no Therapists were found in the city of Hygiene, CO.
Amy Lynn, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LPC, LCPC, ATR-BC
“We all go through times when we need extra support. If you're anxious, stressed out or depleted.. If you're yearning for joy and connection.. If your relationship is going through a rocky time.. If your child or teen is struggling.. I'm here to help. With authentic connection, we'll explore the root of your challenges and find tools you can use to shift and transform. I help women and couples around issues related to anxiety, trauma and all things fertility-, pregnancy-, and parenting-related. I also use art therapy and play therapy to help children thrive.
(303) 963-9248
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Debbie Benjamin Knoll, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Louisville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“Do you struggle in your relationships? Are you in the midst of lots of changes? Do you just want to feel better? Have you had a traumatic experience that is getting in the way of your life? If any of these scenarios apply to you, I can help. I offer a direct approach and can help you learn to make lasting changes in your life. Reasonable fees, good location, free phone consultation if desired.
(720) 316-9656
Louisville, Colorado 80027
Cindy J Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The difference between a glass half empty and one half full is a matter of shifting perspective. Sounds simple, but years of trauma, habitual behaviors, and thinking patterns can train our brains to see only what we expect to see. Research has shown that these brain patterns can be shifted at any time in life. New brain based therapies such as brainspotting make this process more accessible, creating shifts in your feeling and thinking states that lead to more balance and emotional well-being. Learning to recognize and listen to your body's innate intelligence is the first step.
(720) 288-0986
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Teresa Crossland, Counselor  in Boulder
“Therapy Sucks. It's expensive, time-consuming and uncomfortable, but sometimes when you are in pain there is no better option. If you are here now, I applaud your bravery - searching for a therapist can be tedious and confusing, and I encourage you to interview a few to find your perfect fit. My name is Teresa Crossland and I'm a Licensed Professional Counselor serving Boulder County. I specialize in treating anxiety, depression, stress, relationship issues and trauma in adults and teenagers. I use a combination of treatment philosophies with an emphasis on Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy techniques.
(720) 325-1706
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Bridge Center for Play Therapy, Counselor  in Boulder
“The Bridge Center for Play Therapy offers a unique play based therapeutic approach to adults, children, couples and families, bridging how we relate to ourselves and others. This modality allows individuals to fully explore their internal world, while moving towards acceptance. Our focus is to support clients through finding their own inner essence that holds the answers to their biggest questions and challenges.
(303) 653-9587
Boulder, Colorado 80305
Jean-Jacques Joris, Counselor  in Longmont
“Are you going through a life transition? Struggling with low self-esteem, anxiety, or depression? Have you tried therapy before, gained clarity as to what your "issues" are, yet have not elicited change in your life? Don't give up! I offer a complimentary consultation session onsite (halfway between Boulder and Longmont). Come and check for yourself, step out of your habitual patterns, reconnect with your own inner resources and who you truly are. My approach is mindfulness-based and humanistic.
(303) 816-8215
Longmont, Colorado 80503
“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
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
Chad Bennett  in Boulder
“Are you undergoing a sudden and unexpected change in your life? In my experience, these periods of life are our most challenging teachers and perhaps our greatest opportunities for transformation! I specialize in supporting clients who are experiencing transitions and existential crisis. Specifically, I most often see individuals who are grappling with grief from losses, changes in relationships and career identity issues. I offer a kind ear to those who simply wish to have their experiences understood while at the same time I help to coach and collaborate on strategy to keep life moving forward.
(303) 569-4537
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Ernest T Soper, Psychologist  in Boulder
“The therapy I provide is tailored to you and your problems. I work together with you to replace painful or destructive patterns of thoughts and behavior with more positive ones so that you can reach your full potential. My approach is eclectic in working to create these positive changes to help you enjoy life more. The results can be very rewarding. My role is to offer knowledge, experience, and professional care to empower you to resolve your issues. The ultimate goal is to leave you with the coping skills to manage on your own, as you go forward in life.
(303) 835-9560
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Karen Wilding, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My approach is direct, supportive and caring. I believe that effective psychotherapy is based upon mutual curiosity and genuineness in discovering how to meet life’s challenges - including family issues, anxiety, depression and other mental health issues. The path through these difficulties includes facing them with humor, gentleness and bravery. The fruition of this exploration is a greater awareness of self and an appreciation of others.
(303) 502-5808
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Jill Krush, Counselor  in Boulder
“I have worked with teens , adults and families for over 11 years. I bring over 26 years of personal recovery from various substance and process addictions and combine both personal and professional experiences to the counseling relationship. I work with teens, adults and families dealing with substance use issues, addiction, stress, anxiety and trauma. My approach helps with discovering the best methods for you to learn how to cope with life challenges in a way that won't harm you or the people you love. If you are struggling to find your way, I encourage you to call for a free phone consultation.
(605) 644-7068
Boulder, Colorado 80301
HeartMind Play Therapy - Michael LeFevre, Counselor  in Boulder
“I know why you are here...you came here because you are a parent, and something isn't right. Maybe your child isn't sleeping, or perhaps has started getting in trouble in school. Maybe you are going through a divorce and you want to make sure that your child gets the support he or she needs. You are here because you would do anything to help and support your son or daughter. I know this because I am a dad, and I would do anything I could to help and support my son.
(720) 523-0116
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Nancy Chen Marden, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Louisville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Renewing Hope. Instilling Fortitude. Igniting Change. Sometimes all you need is someone who listens with compassion not judgment, provides insight instead of advice, and evokes faith within yourself rather than doubt. I hope to be the voice of clarity and honesty in your life to help you awaken your deepest and most authentic self so you can genuinely live from a place of joy, abundance, and love.
(720) 545-1226
Louisville, Colorado 80027
Terese A Wolf, Counselor  in Erie
“Many people seek therapy because something in their life is not working. It may be something at work, relationship with spouse, family members or friends. They feel frustrated and depressed because they are unable to be effective in managing problems. Over time these problems can lead to sadness, stress, anxiety, difficulty sleeping and changes in mood. Therapy can help you identify the things that are not working and assist you in developing strategies for solving your problems. Being able to solve problems and improve the quality of your life will lead to happiness and a feeling of empowerment.
(303) 536-5819
Erie, Colorado 80516
Summer Howard,   in Louisville
MA, CDC, CFI
“If you are struggling with your relationship and feel paralyzed by the notion that you have to "stay or go", then I am the person to help! As a Relationship Coach, I specialize in helping clients 1) find clarity around what they want in the relationship and 2) create an actionable strategy to get what they want! I also help people recover and heal after the decision is made to separate or divorce. Contact me today!
(303) 536-5726
Louisville, Colorado 80027
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
Lodi Siefer, Counselor  in Boulder
“The clients who gravitate toward my practice tend to be working with life transitions, trauma, grief and loss, body image issues and/or depression and anxiety. I work with many clients who identify as members of the LGBTQ community, some with sexual orientation or gender identity as a current focus and others with another issue bringing them to therapy. I have worked in a variety of community mental health agencies and in addition to the previously mentioned areas, I have experience working with mood disorders, addictions, eating disorders, interpersonal challenges and survivors of intimate partner violence.
(303) 647-4925
Boulder, Colorado 80303
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
Crystal Bouchard, Counselor  in Louisville
“My passion as a therapist is to help individuals and families heal through reconnecting with themselves and with each other. I specialize in working with children and families for a variety of concerns: family conflict, adjustment to divorce and/or blended families, oppositional behaviors, anger management, anxiety, depression, ADHD, grief, abandonment, trauma, and more. I view many mental health concerns as a result of trauma, whether big or small, direct or indirect. I've learned that, often times, traumatic events can be the catalyst behind many mental health symptoms. I also provide services to teenagers and adults.
(720) 636-8720
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?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.