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Therapists in 80302

Tammy Lea McKaskle  in Boulder
“I believe that the human mind is intrinsically healthy. During some life experiences we disconnect from this health and what manifests are symptoms of dis-ease (a lack of balance and ease in life). In my work I do NOT believe that these symptoms define who you are. Instead, I see the symptoms as messengers. It is my hope to bring attention to these messengers with gentle acceptance and a simultaneous knowledge that change is possible. Through focus on mindfulness and acceptance-based techniques I will work with you toward reconnecting with your natural balance and health.
(303) 946-6070
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Sara Gael, Counselor  in Boulder
“Create the life you desire and deserve with Integrative MindBodySpirit Therapy. Join me on a journey where we dive deep and reconnect with your innate wholeness- unlocking your creativity and potential. We work to identify and release limiting patterns and beliefs and make room for a new story of you. The latin roots of the term psychotherapy come from psyche (soul) and therapy (the care of). At the root of suffering is a disconnect from your higher self. Move beyond ego and enter into conversation with spirit, aligning with your purpose and power. Contact me to schedule an initial consultation.
(575) 519-1155
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Keith Kurlander, Counselor  in Boulder
“FEELING STUCK? READY TO MAKE A BIG SHIFT? CALL FOR YOUR FREE TRANSFORMATIONAL PSYCHOTHERAPY SESSION. Transformational Psychotherapy is a very powerful, safe, effective, and deeply supportive modality that I've developed from first hand experience, and after working with hundreds of people over many years. Through a combination of experiential methods, interpersonal dialogue, contemplative frameworks, traditional therapy, and body-centered exploration, I can help people access their inner wisdom, and provide a space for deep growth and healing. I work with individual adults and couples. Check out my website to learn more! I look forward to connecting with you.
(303) 900-5965
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Mountain Family Home Therapy, Counselor  in Boulder
“Getting to a therapist's office can feel challenging when you live out of the way, or your schedule feels chaotic. Through MHFT, I provide caring, deeply relevant play therapy, parent coaching and individual therapy where life happens: Home. If your child suffers from behavioral or emotional issues, play therapy will help them feel understood and learn new skills for thriving. Highly compassionate parent coaching (in-home or phone) will support you--in real time-- in enhancing your parenting skills with approaches that encourage flow, cooperation, and closeness in your relationship with your child. MFHT also supports individual counseling needs.
(720) 943-7568
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Lindsay A Wolf,   in Boulder
“I work with clients who feel there is more to who they are than how they are currently living, and who are committed to making a shift. My relational approach encourages the therapeutic process to be a co-creative exploration between clients and myself, meeting as a collaborative team. Working holistically, with the body and mind, I work with clients towards re-patterning old constructs to support living from a place of balance and deep presence. Together, we uncover new perspectives that are in support of the client's goals and growth.
(408) 498-5077
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Bette Sheldon Long, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Boulder
“I have 30 years in the mental health field and have worked in the Boulder?Longmont area for 22 years. I provide psychotherapy to people of all ages (age 3 and up) and facilitate healing with a variety of approaches. I specialize in healing from trauma and utilize EMDR and Brainspotting, which I've found to be highly effective.
(303) 835-0946
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Lauren Casalino, Counselor  in Boulder
“If you are experiencing depression, anxiety, anger or other difficult emotions, if you are in the midst of life-changing events, such as the loss of a job or relationship, the death of a loved one, or diminished physical abilities, if you find that your ways of relating with others result too often in pain, rather than love, I can guide you, as an individual or as a couple, to let go of distressing emotions, limiting thoughts, and counter-productive habits of relationship, opening up the potential within each moment for experiences of love, peace, purpose, joy, acceptance, and connection.
(303) 900-5502
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Michael R Freedman, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I am experienced at helping adults, children (including teens), and families. If you are having trouble with your feelings (anxiety, anger, depression), trouble with your relationships, or need help with your direction in life, call or email.
(720) 440-2031
Boulder, Colorado 80302
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
Beanne O. Rothenberg, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I have worked as a psychologist for 25 years, and have successfully used a cognitive behavioral treatment approach with clients struggling with depression, anxiety, anger, PTSD, eating disorders, relationship problems, and chronic pain, among other presenting problems. I strongly believe in a person's capacity to make meaningful changes in their lives, and I am happy to facilitate this process with my clients. If you are looking for someone with professional training and a wealth of experience to draw from, please contact me to schedule an initial session. There's no time like the present to work toward peace and happiness in your life.
(315) 496-5476
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, highly sensitive temperament, self-esteem issues, and relationship issues.
(720) 961-5411
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Monica Myers Jones, Counselor  in Boulder
“We all contain the inner wisdom to heal ourselves and move towards being an authentic, positive and loving person. Sometimes we need assistance in revealing our truth. The courage to be vulnerable -by moving toward our pain and confusion as well as our joy-utterly transforms and frees us. I am honored to enter into the sacred space of therapy together with my clients. I use an integrative and strength based approach combining empathy, mindfulness, and radical acceptance as well as therapeutic tools like imagery, meditation, and body awareness. I have a passionate social justice orientation and am experienced in a wide breadth of issues.
(720) 580-6186
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Heidi Wilson, Counselor  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MBA, MA, LPC, CACII, EMDR
“Are you anxious, stressed or unhappy in your life, work or relationships? Pressures at work, at home, and in school can be intense. You'd like to make a change, but may feel stuck or uncertain of the direction you want to try next. If you are looking for ways to bring about real, positive change in your life, I offer effective, confidential counseling or life coaching sessions. One of my passions is working with high stress executives, professionals and entrepreneurs. I also specialize in working with young adults (18-30) who are struggling with their "quarter life crisis".
(720) 530-8227
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Jennifer Abbott, Counselor  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, CACIII, EMDR
“Hope is not something that everyone has, but it is something everyone deserves. I work successfully with adolescents and adults to overcome difficult problems including addiction, substance abuse, trauma, posttraumatic stress (PTSD), relationship problems, and overwhelming emotions. It is common to struggle with more than one problem at once. My expertise in both psychotherapy and addictions counseling allows me to help people resolve compounding problems though an integrative and effective approach. My passion is working with complex trauma, extremely intense emotions, and addiction. I am committed to helping you feel better, uncover your potential, and achieve meaningful goals.
(303) 900-5797
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Marilyn Coonelly, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I am a clinical psychologist with over twenty years of experience. I use an eclectic combination of skills and techniques to help you remove blocks, change self-defeating behavior, resolve past trauma, and move forward in your life. I see you as a partner in your treatment and hope we can work together to create the change you desire. I believe in working with the body, mind and spirit to create integrated and lasting change. Training: cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, family systems, and solution-focused therapy.
(303) 900-5679
Boulder, Colorado 80302
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
Dana A. Satir, Psychologist  in Boulder
“Change is hard, even when what we are doing is not working. Many challenges we encounter are based on habits we have developed over time, which at one point may have been helpful but no longer serve our needs. My role as a psychologist is to facilitate awareness and understanding of these habits, and help clients confront obstacles that interfere with leading the lives they want. A safe, trusting therapeutic relationship is the foundation to begin this exploration, and I believe in the healing this connection offers. A healthy dose of humor also goes a long way in this process.
(720) 921-7934
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
Harmony Barrett Isaacs, Counselor  in Boulder
“I have worked with teenagers and young adults for over 10 years, who have struggled with social-anxiety and shyness, addiction, anxiety and panic attacks, depression, grief and loss issues, trauma, school issues, and complex family issues. While all of these can be horrific for the individual and families involved, the underlying resiliency present in each of these young people and families is the foundation that we build from in the healing process. The core value and the innate goodness of each person can be nurtured and strengthened to work through the most difficult of situations.
(303) 569-4326
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
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