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Couples Counseling Therapists in Boulder

Emily A Hamilton, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I am an experienced clinician and am talented at creating a safe, warm, empathic environment for my clients in which to heal and grow. I am a generalist but have specialized knowledge in the areas of eating disorders, body image, relational issues, trauma recovery, couples counseling, family of origin issues, anxiety, post traumatic stress, women's issues, parenting, and mindfulness and yoga as therapeutic endeavors. I work within my clients' multicultural lens and framework to establish safety and rapport. I include my clients in their treatment planning and process of therapy to create greater gains and a sense of mastery.
Couples Counseling
(720) 548-2684
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Dana L Charatan, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I am specifically trained in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, helping you gain insight into your emotions and behaviors beyond a surface level. While many people think of psychoanalysis as outdated or think of lying on a couch talking to a silent therapist, in truth this mode of therapy is proven to be effective in treating a wide variety of symptoms and has been shown to have long-lasting effects on several aspects of life. My style is interactive; we will work together to discover what way of being in therapy is most helpful for you.
Couples Counseling
(303) 818-6144
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Anne Cattarello, Counselor  in Boulder
“Do you feel like you often put the needs of others above your own? Do you focus on looking to others for validation? Does this way of being in the world feel draining and exhausting? If so, I can help you connect with your internal self and needs. Shifting your focus from taking care of others to taking care of yourself will be life changing. Doing so can help alleviate depression, anxiety, fear and trauma. Interestingly, once you connect with your own needs you will have more energy and wisdom to help others in ways that do not hurt you.
Couples Counseling
(720) 352-0930
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Brett P. Kennedy, Psy.D. Psychotherapy, Psychologist  in Boulder
“Psychotherapy is a process that allows us to explore how our thoughts, feelings and actions interact and influence one another. Through thoughtful questioning, healthy confrontation, and a lot of laughter (yes, a sense of humor is vital in this process), I will do my best to help you achieve your therapeutic goals. To me, therapy is an evolving, nurturing, and dynamic conversation that offers support and can lead to change and self-improvement. The process may be difficult at times, but ultimately, people walk away with an awareness of options for behaving, feeling, relating, or understanding differently.
Couples Counseling
(720) 506-2699
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Marta Aarli, Counselor  in Boulder
“The therapy process can help you to develop a deeper connection to your true feelings, more authentic communication, healthier and more satisfying relationships, a clearer path through life, and a sense of being more "yourself". I take an eclectic approach, using talk therapy, dreamwork/play, creative expression, insight into family relationships, and exploring beliefs developed in childhood and the ways that they influence your current patterns and choices.
Couples Counseling
(303) 900-5665
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Nicki Omansky Dayley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“Are you or a family member feeling stuck? Together we can uncover new solutions. I'll work creatively and collaboratively with you to find pathways out of those difficult places, both within you and in your relationships. Perhaps you have a child or teen who's experiencing anxiety or fears, or you are experiencing sadness and stress personally or with a partner or family member. Together we'll find solutions as we tap into your inherent strengths and the potential strengths in your relationships.
Couples Counseling
(303) 578-3939
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Jack Gipple, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, CAC, III
“I'm curious about lives, I always have been. Regarding psychotherapy, I've noticed difficulties we avoid follow us. When we run from difficulties they chase us and get bigger, and if we keep running they eventually catch us. I know that when people become curious about their difficulties, the chase reverses. Now they're pursuing the issues that formerly chased them. Every time a person catches ahold of something they once avoided, more insight, choice, and self-direction come back to them. This has to do with how people approach life and is not just about psychotherapy.
Couples Counseling
(720) 506-5823
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Claudia Murphy, Counselor  in Boulder
“I believe the solutions to many of our life’s struggles are already within ourselves. As your therapist, I will assist you to identify what you envision for yourself, and help you feel better and accomplish your goals. My approach is practical, concrete and collaborative. In our work together we focus on your strengths, accomplishments and inherent skills and wisdom.
Couples Counseling
(303) 747-4028
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Dan Riggan, Counselor  in Boulder
“Are you feeling depressed? Anxious? Overwhelmed? Having challenges in your relationship? If yes, then I welcome you to some of today's common experiences of Being Human. Life these days is so fast-paced and complex that it has become a daily challenge to meet one's basic needs and to maintain a balanced and joyful life. I will help you to dissect the roots of your emotional struggles, relational patterns, and early family experiences in order for you to break free of the burdens you have carried for years that do not work in your life.
Couples Counseling
(303) 578-3501
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Donna Roe Daniell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I'm passionate about helping you find your highest potential as a women. At whatever stage you are in your life, each transition is an opportunity to dive into the issues and the struggles, rather than avoid or push it all down. This is nurturing yourself. I teach mindfulness as a tool for inner balance and self-discovery. I offer two levels of groups to learn these mindfulness skills and then move deeper into spiritual healing of any traumas and emotional blocks that are keeping you stuck. Through this work you will experience less stress, more joy and happier relationships.
Couples Counseling
(303) 578-3941
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Melissa Jones, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you feel sad, stressed out overwhelmed or stuck in your day to day life? Do you feel disconnected from loved ones? If so, I would like to help. Life can be painful and difficult. Sometimes we feel that we have no control over what is happpening around us. I would like to help you build on your strengths and guide you in finding your way.
Couples Counseling
(303) 816-8945
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Play Therapy of Boulder, Counselor  in Boulder
“Are you worried that your preschooler's abrupt mood swings will be a problem when she enters kindergarten? Is your third grader easily frustrated, teary and self-deprecating over an inability to get things right? Are you discouraged because of your fourth grader's consistently angry and disrespectful behavior? Raising a child with difficult behaviors can be exhausting. . . As a play therapist and parent resource, I help parents have more harmonious and enjoyable relationships with their children.
Couples Counseling
(720) 288-0959
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Robert Unger,   in Boulder
“My approach to psychotherapy is not primarily problem or solution focused; I am interested in working in depth to help people to understand themselves; their impulses, desires, and needs, so that they can make conscious decisions about how to meaningfully direct their lives in an increasingly complicated world. Hence I deemphasize the language of diagnosis in favor of one of self-reflection, awareness, and understanding. As virtually any issue one brings to treatment can be either attributed to, or is influenced by, some kind of relationship dilemma, relationships are usually a significant focus of my work, including the client-therapist relationship itself.
Couples Counseling
(303) 720-7364
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Karen J Bricken, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CHHC
“Breaking through the barriers. What keeps you from true happiness and living the life you truly love? Perhaps you are in an unfulfilling intimate relationship that is not meeting your needs, or you desire a long-term meaningful partnership but keep finding that area to be a struggle. Are friendships and community challenging? Is your relationship with your family or particular family members in conflict? Often it is a need to learn to cope with difficult emotions such as anxiety and fears, negative thinking or challenging relationships that keep you from experiencing a life of joy and happiness.
Couples Counseling
(303) 502-5602
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Kathy Narum, Counselor  in Boulder
“I work best with those who have experienced any sort of struggle or trauma that is hard to recover from, be it abuse of any kind, transitions, accidents, depression or any other difficulty. Though I work with all clients, I work best with women and adolescents. Looking at the whole person is critical to me and I place importance on assessing and addressing the health of body, mind and spirit.
Couples Counseling
(303) 500-3930
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Karen DeClerk, Counselor  in Boulder
“Do you find yourself caught in internal conflicts, or even battles, between different parts of yourself? We are all made up of various parts: some we like, some we dislike and some we are not even aware of. When we get to truly know these parts in a compassionate and honoring fashion, they have an opportunity to shift and transform. I assist clients in knowing these parts, intellectually, soulfully and physically. I weave together Internal Family Systems theory, Jungian psychology and body centered awareness, with a generous sprinkling of the Wise Woman Herbal Tradition.
Couples Counseling
(303) 835-7084
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Mary Ann Bolkovatz, Psychiatric Nurse  in Boulder
“I believe that creating a satisfying, meaningful and happy life is a worthy goal. Sometimes there are obstacles in the way. Getting help to identify and deal with those obstacles is one of the goals for therapy. Therapy is a collaborative process at its best and one in which the therapist uses skills and expertise as a consultant. That is my goal in providing therapy. I seek to understand and assist clients to achieve living their lives to the fullest with a deep sense of satisfaction and realization of a life well lived.
Couples Counseling
(303) 747-4974
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Abigail Robinson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you fed up with feeling stuck? Tired of feeling miserable or unsatisfied? Has your partner finally agreed to couples counseling? Are your parents or teenager driving you nuts? The thought of talking to stranger about your problems can be intimidating, so call me or e-mail me just to see if we're comfortable with each other. If we are, then schedule an appointment. I can help you get unstuck.
Couples Counseling
(720) 722-6513
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Joy L Lanzano, Counselor  in Boulder
“My ideal client is seeking help for trauma, depression or anxiety and may be dependent on or abusing substances. I will use mindfulness awareness practices, client-centered therapy, psycho-education, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, trauma therapy, and Gestalt therapy. I utilize many different therapeutic approaches to tailor what treatment best fits my client's needs. I will work with individuals, families, and couples.
Couples Counseling
(720) 943-8505
Boulder, Colorado 80301
William Semple, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have worked in a number of settings. Most recently, for over 20 years, I have been a psychotherapist at the Mental Health Center of Boulder, helping a wide range of adult clients, through individual and couples therapy. I have also provided clinical supervision and assisted with medication needs.
Couples Counseling
(720) 316-1945
Boulder, Colorado 80304
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