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Therapists in 80302

Stuart Marshall, Counselor  in Boulder
“Couples, Family, Teen and adults. I help families and Individuals build relationships and make changes. My personal style and philosophy is Relational based in Humanistic, Family Systems and Gestalt theory. I also have a Wilderness therapy background, having worked with at Risk teens and Families in a Wilderness Residential Treatment Facility.
(303) 475-4625
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 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 is helpful to seek support and guidance along the way. I work with adults dealing with grief and loss, life transitions and change, trauma recovery, self-esteem and identity issues, relationship and spiritual issues, chronic illness, brain injury, and stroke. Together we can process losses, identify strengths and gains, and create a more satisfying life.
(303) 747-4590
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
Mountain Family Home Therapy, Counselor  in Boulder
“When your child suffers from nightmares, anxiety, aggression, OCD, shutdown or depression, or when issues from past traumas or foster situations arise, asking for help can feel vulnerable and complicated. This is why I meet you where you're at: in the privacy and convenience of your home, where I provide deeply compassionate and intuitive play therapy for children and educational parent support/coaching. Or, if you, yourself, are experiencing anxiety, depression, grief, OCD, etc., or you wish to feel more inspired in your life journey, I am passionate in helping you creatively discover your innate wisdom and empowerment.
(720) 943-7568
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
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
Mya Bethune, Psychologist  in Boulder
“Are you struggling with life circumstances or do you feel stuck in patterns of behavior that inhibit you from reaching your goals? Over the past ten years, I have had the privilege of assisting individuals face and overcome the obstacles interfering with growth and reaching their potential. My approach to therapy is straightforward and based on building on your strengths as a support with which to overcome challenges rather than focusing on “problems.” Therapy is aimed at assisting you reach your goals and time is spent developing the necessary skills to cultivate confidence and self acceptance.
(303) 578-2904
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Ryan H Dawson, Counselor  in Boulder
“I specialize in working with teens, young adults and families. When a teen or young adult is struggling, so is their family. I have successfully worked with a wide range of teen and family issues. Whether you are wanting your kid to get more out of life or are concerned about behavior/symptoms that might destabilize your child's wellbeing, I can help. You can also find support for young adults that are working through the difficult transition to adulthood. Last, but certainly not least, you and your family will have someone to help you utilize your inherent strengths.
(303) 502-5847
Boulder, Colorado 80302
James B Rainwater, Psychologist  in Boulder
“My goal is to help you become the person you want to be by changing mental and emotional difficulties into sources of strength and self-knowledge. I offer an approach that promotes health and personal development by emphasizing here and now issues. Mental health care often focuses on symptoms, syndromes and disorders. I treat mental and emotional distress as an opportunity to change for the better. This is a traditional psychoanalytic style that has proven to bring about lasting positive changes. A second area of expertise I provide is cognitive-behavioral treatment for insomnia, CBT-I.
(303) 747-4982
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Katie Wade, Counselor  in Boulder
“As a child, I often played with a 3-dimensional shape sorter. Do you remember those? We had to look at the way certain shapes were similar to others to find the best fit. As a mental health professional, I do the same thing with words and experiences, helping identify patterns in how you relate to others and yourself. If you are looking to relate to your world different way than you have in the past, this approach can help you increase self-awareness, creating the space you need to grow. Let's work together to create the right change for you!
(318) 309-4012
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Kristin Lavelle, Counselor  in Boulder
“I enjoy working with clients and honor and respect the differences that make each of us unique. I start with the belief that every person has the capacity to fulfill his or her own potential and I support individuals in meeting their goals. I believe in the innate strength and good in each person and believe that the client-therapist relationship is one of the most important aspects of therapy. I offer a non-judgmental space of warmth, trust, and compassion within which a client can work.
(303) 554-0357
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Adriana Balentine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CACII
“I am aware that beginning you search for a therapist whether it be for yourself or your child, can be quite overwhelming. It also takes both honesty and awareness that something has to change. I am happy that you have come across my site and welcome you to look further into the unique opportunities that I offer in my practice. I specialize in working with tweens, teens and young adults struggling with issues related to addiction, trauma and PTSD, in addition to mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and life transitions.
(303) 327-9393
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
Brian J Whelan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CST, SEP
“Brian earned his Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Michigan in 1998, where he specialized in working with children, youth and families. He obtained his bodywork training from the Colorado School of Healing Arts. Brian uses Somatic Experiencing® as a primary tool in working with stress, trauma, abuse, and chronic pain issues. He draws from his knowledge and training in EMDR, EFT, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Matrixworks Group Process Work, LENS Neurofeedback, Heartmath, SRI, Craniosacral & Polarity Therapy, and I.L.S. Brian is a member of the National Association of Social Workers and the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals.
(720) 608-4094
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Shara Brun, Counselor  in Boulder
“Often times, the part of us that we close away for safe keeping --the messy and unpredictable part of us, the vulnerable part of us-- it is that very part that holds the key to our self empowerment and expression. When we feel cut off or lost from ourselves as a result, feelings of anxiety, depression, frustration and loneliness can be overwhelming. My work is to find and meet you where you are verbally, historically, emotionally, and energetically. Then together we explore what that "place" is, how you got there, and the possibilities of where to go from there.
(720) 263-4595
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Dana L Charatan (Castellano), Psychologist  in Boulder
“Many people struggle with various stressors that life places upon us. We learn to cope with distressing situations in a variety of ways, some constructive and beneficial, and some less so. Often, people come to therapy because they have become "stuck" in rigid, inflexible patterns of thinking, feeling, behaving, and relating. Sometimes people choose to enter therapy to gain a better awareness of themselves and the ways in which they enter relationships or circumstances that are less than rewarding. Psychotherapy can help individuals struggling with a variety of difficulties feel better about themselves, their relationships, and clarify their life goals.
(303) 536-5843
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Thomas L Fiester, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I am a psychologist with over forty years experience in university, residential,and private practice settings. This extensive experience with adolescence through old age gives me the insight, skill and perspective to be an efficient and effective psychotherapist. Couples, individuals and families in my practice can expect to be comforted, challenged (often humorously), and guided as they gain control of their emotional and physical behaviors. Enhancing awareness of emotions and cognitions, understanding their relationship, and implimenting that knowledge for change, describes my therapeutic process. Theoretical influences on my orientation are psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, existential, and family systems.
(303) 625-6750
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Melanie K Young, Psychologist  in Boulder
“Are you looking for a warm, supportive, and confidential environment responsive to your unique needs and therapeutic goals? I can help you understand old maladaptive patterns and create new positive ways of connecting in the world. My goal is to assist you in discovering your own answers to your questions. I use an integrative approach which can include cognitive techniques as well as working with relationships patterns. It can be helpful to come at one's issues from many angles and to work with mind, body and spirit. The focus can include increasing effective coping strategies, strengthening internal resources, and becoming more empowered.
(303) 816-3219
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Superhero Psychotherapy, Counselor  in Boulder
“Ryan C. Lane, M.A., L.P.C. You're here because you're looking for a change in your or a loved one's life. With over 14 years experience in working with teens, individuals, and families, I can support you in connecting to your basic ability to thrive in the world, reach your potential, and gain wisdom and strength in healing from past traumas. Whether you're a parent or teen trying to navigate technology addiction, someone struggling from substance abuse, or trying to get to the heart of a stuck pattern, I can help you find your way.
(720) 608-2766
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Darleen Gegich, Counselor  in Boulder
“My goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. If you're looking for extra support and guidance through a challenging situation, improve your relationship, or you're just ready to move in a new direction in your life, I look forward to working with you . As a certified Imago Relationship therapist, I offer services for couples, individuals, parents, and families.
(720) 310-2913
Boulder, Colorado 80302
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