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Therapists in 80302

Elizabeth Stahl, Counselor  in Boulder
“Life is messy. Frustration, disappointment and loss are experiences that can result in anxiety and depression. I believe in the creative potential of therapy to transform emotional pain, troubled relationships and other complicated issues into rich life experiences that enable growth and increase resilience. I am a professionally trained listener who will work with you to understand your current situation, towards developing awareness, discovering new perspectives and exploring conscious choices about how you would like your life to be. I encourage a collaborative approach in which your feedback drives the therapeutic process.
(646) 681-6271
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Sara Graham, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy is such a unique and personal journey, therefore I practice an integrative and individualized style of therapy to best address your specific needs. My therapeutic style can be described as interactive, empathetic, nonjudgmental and gently challenging. I focus on helping to build on client's strengths while also directing attention to those behaviors and thoughts that hold people back from achieving their goals and living a more authentic life. I have particular expertise with eating disorders, addictions, depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, and relationship issues.
(720) 608-2869
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Joseph A Toscano, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, CACIII, NBCC
“I pride myself in treating people not issues. Each person I work with brings a unique set of experiences and challenges to the table. It is my job to help that individual unfold the mystery of their own troublesome behavior or emotions. Greater self-awareness promotes greater self-regulation re emotions and actions. After all, most mental health problems¯, and I would include addictive processes under this heading, are problems of awareness and purpose. When purpose and awareness are joined, issues tend to dissipate and loosen their grip on the quality of our life experience.
(303) 900-7259
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Neil Rosenthal, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“As a licensed marrriage and family therapist with 25 years experience, I am a specialist in repairing relationships gone wrong. I am also the author of the popular syndicated newspaper column "Relationships," that is read by millions of readers worldwide. For a sampling of Neil Rosenthal's writings about intimate relationships, go to his website and click under "articles."
(303) 720-7429
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Collegiate Coaching Services, Treatment Facility  in Boulder
“Collegiate Coaching Services, is a therapeutic, independent living young adult program for those 18-30+. In partnership with Markle Solutions, LLC, our clinically sophisticated, boutique-style services are tailored to meet the developmental, recovery, emotional, and academic needs of teens and young adults who live in or around Boulder, CO. Parents often reach out for our expertise, intervention, and support when their child is struggling with mental health concerns, addictions/recovery, independent living, and academic challenges. Our typical client desires academic success, employment, improved practical skills, a sense of community, and emotional health. We understand our young clients are often ambivalent about making the necessary changes to be healthy and our strength-based approach facilitates the important changes. Our team of therapeutic coaches, parent coaches, and therapists develop and provide an individualized program based on the teen & young adults needs and wants, as well as their parents. We provide academic support to our clients who attend the University of Colorado at Boulder (CU-Boulder), Naropa University, and Front Range Community College.
(303) 647-4367
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
Kristin Keating, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“You are in the right place, right now...looking for a helping hand. Perhaps you’ve been feeling stuck in your life, wanting to be happier and wondering why it all seems so hard. Believing you ought to be able to take care of yourself, but nothing seems to work. Reaching out takes courage, and I’ll meet you where you are. I believe therapy to be a collaborative process. Using tools that are tried and true we will walk your inner landscape together, to wherever your goals may lie. Your fullest potential is already there, waiting for you.
(720) 358-0759
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Paula R Schild, Counselor  in Boulder
“Are you ready for richer, more satisfying relationships? Are you having relationship problems with your spouse/partner, family, stepfamily, friends, co-workers, and yourself? I can help you identify the ways that you interact with others that create problems in your relationships. I love working with people to build happier lives and better, healthier relationships--whatever challenges they face. I create a safe, non-judgmental environment that allows people to feel comfortable enough to reveal painful issues. I help clients understand their relationship problems and figure out how to feel happier and more satisfied with themselves and their relationships.
(303) 900-7271
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Boulder Institute for Psychotherapy and Research, Treatment Facility  in Boulder
“Our staff is here to provide you with the help you need. We use state of the art knowledge of human development to guide all of our treatment techniques--providing you with effective therapy. BIPR therapists are highly trained in trauma and attachment issues and receive continual training in the lasted advances in the field. We strongly believe that all people should be able to receive high quality psychotherapy so we provide affordable psychotherapy for those who need it. We treat children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. We can help with trauma, depression, anxiety, PTSD, ADHD, attachment issues, child behavior problems, parenting help, sexual and physical abuse, grief and loss, and adjustment to life issues. We are committed to treating veterans and their family members. We can also provide PsychoEducational Testing and Psychodiagnostic Evaluations. Our main approach is psychodynamic. We also use EMDR, DBT and some CBT techniques. The Boulder Institute for Psychotherapy and Research is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. Please visit our website for more information
(303) 578-6165
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Rob Leach, Psychologist  in Boulder
“My goal is to help you find healthy ways to feel better and reach your potential. Depending on your needs, I can help you develop effective ways to address relationship difficulties, self-defeating behavior, or bothersome feelings, such as worry, sadness, irritability, and fatigue. I provide dependable support and guidance as you find positive ways to respond to life’s challenges – whether that happens to be relationship problems, academic pressures, employment issues, health concerns, grief and loss, or some other matter.
(303) 747-4305
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Jenny Epstein Kessem, Counselor  in Boulder
“One of my great passions is to embrace the paradox of accepting ourselves as we are right now, while also committing to change. So while you may be seeking therapy to get rid of some problem, I may encourage you to accept that problem, listen to it, and even to notice how it is taking care of you. Ironically, this is how problems seem to eventually go.
(303) 327-9138
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Marilee B Snyder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, DCSW
“When you've tried everything else, call me. Or perhaps you should call me now... I help people overcome the effects of complex trauma and abuse, dissociation, depression, bipolar disorders, anxiety/phobias, deadlocked relationships, parenting and child behavior disorders, interpersonal and gang violence, chronic pain, somatic complaints, and much more that won't fit here. Using evidence-based counseling/therapy, I'll help you get unstuck from behaviors which once served you, but which are now holding you back. I am board certified and tenacious. You don't have to live with the problem that you're seeking to solve.
(303) 720-7539
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Ground Counseling LLC, Counselor  in Boulder
“As human beings we develop our sense of self and find our place in the world through relating with others. At Ground Counseling, we view relationship as the best source for healing. Our approach to individual and couples counseling is based on this very premise - that we heal through relationship. In co-counseling the couple or family meets with two counselors versus one. There are many benefits, such as the natural reflection of the basic dynamic of a couple. The co-therapy team functions as a couple and models healthy relationship skills to the clients.
(303) 351-5249
Boulder, Colorado 80302
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
Kat Austin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LPC, LAC
“Family/Couple therapy: Working from a systemic view, I effort to help families/couples increase their communication and harmony. We can become entrenched in unhealthy patterns. I will help family members develop awareness around their part in these patterns and develop new ways of being within the system, rekindling a synchronicity in the family/couple. Individual therapy: I have a passion for working with adolescents and young adults. The adolescent and young adult years can be difficult to navigate through. I will guide clients through this time—helping them develop more awareness, coping skills, and realizing their individuality and resiliency.
(303) 900-5098
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Atacama Counseling, LLC, Counselor  in Boulder
“I offer guidance in connecting you with your inner power, wisdom, and creativity to help you work those parts of life that are in the way of your ability to thrive. I believe that the ability to to heal and flourish is already within each of us, though this wisdom is often clouded over by the struggles we endure. I invite you to uncover and celebrate this inner light so that you can grow and heal.
(720) 259-8115
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Nancy Kelley Franke, Counselor  in Boulder
“Our greatest growth can occur during times when we feel lost in the woods, when we no longer know with any certainty who we are, or how to function in the world. Because these "lost in the woods" experiences can feel overwhelming, confusing and lonely, it can be helpful to seek support and guidance along the way. I work with adults dealing with grief and loss, depression, anxiety, trauma, self-esteem, identity, and spiritual issues, life transitions, illness, relationship problems, and divorce. Together we can process losses, identify strengths and gains, and create a new self-story that allows healing.
(303) 747-4590
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Tamira Jenlink, Counselor  in Boulder
“What do you know about where you go to heal? Do you find traditional spaces/ approaches confining/limiting? My experience is rooted in 20+ years of helping youth, families and individuals to discover their own unique, safe space to deepen, explore and heal. My work is suited to PTSD and secondary trauma leading to issues around self worth, self/body image, eating disorders, attachment disorder, as well as difficult emotion including depression, anxiety and inexplicable mood shifts. Together, we will pull from a variety of resources including EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, and Internal Family Systems work to open a space for authentic healing.
(303) 351-5915
Boulder, Colorado 80302
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
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
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