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Therapists in Longmont

Mary A Beggs, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Longmont
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“If you're reading this right now, it's likely you or a loved one are facing challenges, considering changes, or need direction. As a Marriage and Family Therapist for more than 13 years, I've learned two things. First, everyone wants and deserves to live happily ever after. Second, living happily ever isn't easy and, sometimes, requires professional help. I believe in happily ever after. My practice is devoted to helping adults, children, families, and couples discover and use their talents and strengths to find and live happier, more fulfilling lives.
(720) 282-1524
Longmont, Colorado 80501
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
Lyndsey Lee, Counselor  in Longmont
“I believe there is an inherent wisdom of mind, body, and spirit that everyone possesses; however, at times in one's life this can be forgotten. I work alongside my clients to aid them in becoming reacquainted with this basic sanity, their inherent brilliance, so that they may find freedom from their struggles. My approaches vary based on the needs of my clients, and are rooted in Contemplative Psychotherapy. This manifests as using mindfulness training and practice, attachment work, somatic-based therapy, Dialectic Behavioral Therapy, mindfulness-based addictions work, Motivational Interviewing, and trauma informed and specialized care.
(303) 872-4077
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Dawn Engel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Longmont
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Feeling alone and isolated makes stressful situations even more difficult to deal with. Individuals who are adjusting to life transitions and unexpected losses find my approach especially helpful. For over twenty years I have worked with clients to strengthen coping skills, deal with anxiety and depression, and maintain healthy personal and professional relationships.
(303) 351-5535
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Nicole M Garcia, Counselor  in Longmont
“I have worked extensively in the areas of depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, grief and loss. I also have experience working with the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) communities. As a transgender Latina, I want to work with LGB clients, but especially reach out to transgender clients and young people who question their assigned gender at birth. I can provide letters to initiate hormone replacement therapy. I also work as a pro bono clinician at the Gender Identity Center of Colorado once a week to provide lost cost mental health care for the transgender community.
(720) 903-2965
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Aspen Trauma Therapy Institute, Treatment Facility  in Longmont
“We specialize in treating individuals, couples, and families who have experienced trauma as well as those who are dealing with grief, loss, and bereavement. Our therapies are systemic and relational, meaning we focus on your relationships inside and out. We also work with people who are struggling with mental health issues, relationship issues, parenting, life transitions, and other issues that make the quality of life less than optimal. Our therapies are client-centered, strength-based, and relationally focused.
(303) 569-4639
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Kevin Sipp  in Longmont
“Broken relationships, tragic events, deep rejection, and unspeakable abuse all contribute to the unrest and pain in your life. I believe there is hope for healing, reunion with others, and a way to awaken the deep longings and desires of your heart even if the events and people of your past tell you otherwise. I strive for counseling to be a pathway for you to have a life characterized by wholeness, vulnerability, and risk. Although I use the same clinical grid as most counselors, I hold a Christian world view that influences my counseling orientation.
(720) 606-4651
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Ann Noble, Counselor  in Longmont
“Ann specializes in using art to facilitate communication, healing, and growth. She uses art therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, person-centered, expressive arts and trauma-informed therapy techniques in her practice. Be it children, adults, or seniors, Ann works with anyone who has passion for the arts and self growth. She also supports people who have issues with anxiety, depression, grief, trauma and life transitions.
(720) 506-2269
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Wendy Conquest, Counselor  in Longmont
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, CSAT-S, IBP, Certifi
“I believe mental health is a balance between living in the present, healing the past and identifying and pursuing our dreams. Many of the clients I see are facing a dilemna of some sort, whether that be a potential marriage, divorce, re-marriage, change in career, children entering into a different developmental phase, a family member dying, a current trauma, or a past trauma that has re-surfaced. With children (ages 4-12) I use play therapy which allows the child to express themselves in their own language. Parents are very involved in this process. I have some, but limited, sliding scale availability.
(720) 213-5925
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Hope Weiss, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Longmont
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Would you like to connect back to what will make you feel happy & fulfilled? Are you at a point where you are ready to make some important changes in your life? Is your teen currently going through a tough time? At times you may not know where to turn or what to do to make things better for yourself or for a family member. If you could use some support, I'd like to help. I guide adults, teens & families in living happier, healthier, more fulfilled and joyous lives.
(303) 900-7018
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Amanda Wallace, Counselor  in Longmont
“Most people, at one time or another, need the help of a therapist. It can be one of the best gifts you can give yourself. Perhaps you are tired of struggling with your weight or being stressed out, angry, depressed. Maybe you are ready to let go of unresolved trauma from the past. Or you are ready to stop negative thinking or an addiction. I can help you. I have been working as a counselor in some form or another for over twenty years. It is my passion to support people on their path to wellbeing.
(303) 720-7909
Longmont, Colorado 80504
Neurofeedback of Colorado,   in Longmont
“Your brain is capable of optimal functioning. However, for many people the brain operates inefficiently due to the Central Nervous System (CNS) being out of balance. Symptoms of malfunctioning CNS can include: Memory problems, poor performance on tasks, difficulty sleeping, feeling low or sad, difficulty paying attention, overactivity, feeling anxious, addictions, headaches, catching colds and infections, irritability, feeling stressed and overwhelmed. Neurofeedback helps to seamlessly and effortlessly improve performance in business, school, athletics, performing arts, health, and sleep as well as to alter patterns of unwanted, inefficient, and stuck behaviors. It helps your brain to become more resilient, efficient, and flexible.
(303) 720-7617
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Rhonda Beaupre, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Longmont
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are your children wearing you out? Do they argue with you? Throw temper tantrums? Whine? Does your child have difficulty focusing, listening or sitting still? Tired of feeling like you are at your wits end? Would you like to enjoy your family and home life more? Parenting is not easy. When a motivated parent works with a well-trained, experienced therapist life can get better. Please call me and lets see if I can help. I have a special interest working with adolescent issues, including conduct disorder, depression, sexual and physical abuse, school problems, and criminal behaviors.
(720) 580-6957
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Claudia Reiche, Counselor  in Longmont
“Hello, thank you for taking a closer look at my profile. For some people, therapy can seem mysterious or even threatening. If you should have such concerns, let me put them at rest right away. We will meet and talk in a setting that you are most comfortable with, for example in person, via e-mail or Skype. You will work on issues of your choice at your own pace. You will decide when and how often we will meet.
(303) 332-2900
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Wm Michael Smith, Psychologist  in Longmont
“Have you ever..... Felt confused, angry, upset, or depressed? Not sure which way to go in work or in a relationship? Are health or substance issues getting in the way? Did you have a difficult childhood and the memories and emotions still haunt you? Possibly considering medication? My focus is to help you get the results you desire, and get on with your life! Sessions are effective and teach you the tools to get results and happiness in your life. We often have quite a bit of fun in the process.
(303) 647-4943
Longmont, Colorado 80503
Louis Krupnick, Psychologist  in Longmont
“I have thirty years of broad clinical experience working children, adolescents and adults including married couples/partners. I have spoken about addiction issues throughout the US, in Mexico and at the Latin American Parliament in Sao Palo, Brazil, and for a number of years opened treatment centers throughout the US. I also specialize in helping people resolve anxiety disorders including social and performance anxieties, phobias, panic and OCD, I work well with adolescents who resist psychotherapy and have oppositional, defiant and other self-defeating behaviors I also provide expert assessments and mulitfaceted treatment for children and adults with ADD/ADHD.
(303) 578-3963
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Diana L Saunders, Counselor  in Longmont
“Conscious living and personal development for clients. I enjoy partnering with clients who wish to understand their personal choices, and expand their awareness of their available choices. I enjoy working with children and teens through a combination of play therapy and talk therapy. I provide skills training and introduce new ways of working through old patterns. Coaching/counseling a teen through a tough period, parents through divorce, individuals working through trauma, or a child through a rough period at school are examples of areas I have provided service.
(303) 835-0719
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Bruce D Kugler, Psychologist  in Longmont
“I have worked with children, and their parents, adolescents, adult men and women since 1984. I see people with a variety of issues, which includes, but is not limited to developing more rewarding relationships, transitions in life, traumatic experiences in childhood/adulthood, and loss & grief. Our particular social world is highly competitive and demanding. Many people now feel overwhelmed with the pressures of living and trying to keep their heads above water. I try to help people understand the power of blame and guilt, and to learn ways to take better care for themselves and those they love.
(303) 816-3069
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Ashley Connolly, Counselor  in Longmont
“Using compassion, honesty, and curiosity, I endeavor to create a warm, nurturing environment in which you feel safe to share openly and explore the challenges you are facing without fear of judgment. The foundation of my therapeutic approach is Mindfulness-Based Psychotherapy, but I often find that kindness and shared laughter are the best healers of all. As scary as it may feel to reach out for help, I hope you'll contact me; you don't have to do this alone and I'd like to help.
(720) 506-3685
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Laura Caile, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Longmont
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Therapy is about change. I strive to build a relationship with my clients in which they will heal and grow, overcome lifelong struggles and develop true understandings about themselves. The therapeutic process is about being able to work together to problem solve and find solutions for ongoing concerns and worries and embark on a journey of growth. I have over 15 years of experience as a psychotherapist helping my clients overcome: Depression and Anxiety, Sexual Behavior Problems - Sexual Compulsivity, Sexual Orientation Struggles and Gender Transition Coaching, Dissociation & Trauma, Recovery Relationship Problems and Grief and Loss.
(720) 924-4704
Longmont, Colorado 80501
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