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Jennifer Sleek, Counselor  in Boulder
“Entering into therapy is an important decision, and finding the right therapist is essential to a successful experience. I believe that every person is deserving of compassion and honor, and is capable of living a rich and satisfying life. Each client is unique and very important to me, and together we will create an approach that works best for you. In our sessions, I focus on empowering emotional, physical, mental, social, and spiritual well being. I believe that we can do our best work together when we come to a shared understanding of your specific challenges and find helpful ways to work on them.
(303) 625-6672
Boulder, Colorado 80303
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 treatment programs. 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
Jaylynne Chase-Jacobsen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
“Most all of us want to feel good about ourselves and our relationships. Yet, at times we are unable to be as full, alive, and connected as we would like to be. I CAN HELP. Together, we can strengthen your relationships and break down roadblocks to your happiness. I work with individuals, couples, and group members to heal their past wounds and learn to relate to themselves and others with compassion and authenticity. While I am eclectic, encompassing all that I have learned in my work with people, I also approach each person anew, with presence and mindfulness.
(303) 900-7364
Boulder, Colorado 80304
La Luna Center, Treatment Facility  in Boulder
“Struggling with disordered eating is painful, frustrating and exhausting. It is common to feel ashamed, alone and stuck. Friends and family may try to help, but they don't always know how to best support you. Let us be your guide to recovery. Insurance accepted!
(720) 606-6985
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Phyllis Tainey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CACIII
“Psychotherapy can help you to transform your life! In a safe therapeutic environment that allows you to explore your issues, you'll learn how to break old patterns that keep you from experiencing happiness, joy, and success in your life. By addressing the internal factors that keep you from having a healthy emotional relationship with yourself and others, you will develop self-acceptance and positive self-esteem. With consistent understanding, encouragement, and support, you can overcome your problems, work through your issues, and reach your personal goals. Please visit my web-site at or
(303) 720-7852
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Sarah Carlson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“My goal is to provide clients caring, concrete, and practical answers using proven-effective treatment options. I feel strongly that clients should be a collaborator in their treatment and see improvements quickly. Parents with children who have behavioral problems are often exhausted and at the end of their rope. Parent-Child Interaction Therapy provides quick solutions and reduces parental stress. I have spent many years studying and practicing PCIT and the marital therapy of Dr. John Gottman and apply these along with my own life experiences to the work I do with families and couples.
(970) 716-1810
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Lisa A Andrews, Counselor  in Boulder
“Ms. Andrews enjoys working with all ages, but her heart lies in working with young children to help them be as successful as they can be at home and at school. Ms. Andrews specializes in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, and is a co-owner of P-CIC. Ms. Andrews received her Masters in Counseling from Indiana University, Bloomington, in 1995 and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Indiana University, Bloomington, in 1991. Ms. Andrews is a Certified PCIT Therapist.
(970) 372-1228
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Sanctuary Center, Treatment Facility  in Boulder
Treatment Facility
“We focus on treating drug and alcohol abuse in group and individual therapies. Sanctuary Center provides a free extensive continued care program that promotes long term recovery, healthy lifestyles, and positive family relationships. Families in crisis can take advantage of the free evaluation process. This process can help in finding an appropriate treatment direction.
(866) 738-9812
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Boulder, Colorado 80301
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Stephen Fowlkes, Counselor  in Boulder
“My greatest pleasure is in seeing the people I work with grow, develop new skills, and make choices that bring more joy into their lives and into the lives of their families. I employ art and play therapy to encourage young children to identify and talk about their feelings. I consult with parents to improve discipline and strengthen the parent-child relationship. I also specialize in working with adolescents who are trying to navigate the social and academic pressures that come with secondary school, often working with parents and their teens to foster better communication and trust.
(720) 924-7518
Boulder, Colorado 80303
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.
(303) 747-4028
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Rebecca Welsh, Counselor  in Boulder
“I use a heart-centered approach to counseling. Life is hard, and there are always obstacles to feeling the happiness and freedom that I believe we are at our core. Every person has what they inherently need to thrive and when this awareness is hidden from us either through defined self-concepts or painful past experiences we feel disconnected from our resources.One powerful tool for uncovering our essential nature is human relationship and the power of the human heart to heal and transform.
(585) 563-5514
Boulder, Colorado 80304
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
Lynne Foote, Counselor  in Boulder
“This is the soul of my work: to help you explore your issues; confront your fears; heal your wounded places; and find the courage to live and speak your truth. Working with me gives you the opportunity to see your problems in a new light. I have worked effectively with clients to: improve their relationships; invigorate their sex life; deepen their intimacy; move through a major life transition; recover from divorce; define and achieve career goals; manage depression and anxiety, and recover from addictions. I can help you go from where you are to where you want to be.
(303) 900-5112
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Lacey Taylor, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I am a Licensed Psychologist in the state of Colorado with a Doctoral Degree in Clinical and Health Psychology. I focus on the treatment of anxiety and mood disorders among adolescents and adults, and additionally specialize in coping with physical health concerns including chronic pain, adjustment to injury and illness, and chronic disease. I have worked with adolescents and adults in a variety of settings, ranging from acute crisis inpatient hospitals to private practice outpatient offices. I conduct individual therapy, group therapy, psychological assessment, and family support sessions.
(720) 580-6330
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Laura Wilkes, Counselor  in Boulder
“The Vine Therapy was founded as a center for healing, growth and transition for adolescent and adult individuals. My approach is integrative, as I feel every person has different needs and modalities that will be effective for them. I do not believe that therapy has to be an unenjoyable experience, in fact it can be quite the opposite. I have been treating eating disorders and the wide variety of the struggles that accompany them for many years, and also have a focus on working with teenage girls and college students on the challenges they face. See more at my website,
(303) 963-9226
Boulder, Colorado 80303
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.
(303) 500-3930
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Brad Graham, Counselor  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MEd, NCC, LPCC, NLC
“Are you unhappy in your current career? Have you recently been laid off or are you unemployed? Are you entering the workforce for the first time or are you undecided on how you want to retire? I can assist you in identifying your strengths, passions, motivations, and skills you need to move forward. Once this self-awareness piece is attained, you will be able to approach the job market with clarity and direction. Check out my Career Process:
(303) 963-9256
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Luellen Ramey, Counselor  in Boulder
“I have recently retired from my university counseling professorship where I spent over 30 years teaching and supervising counselors in training and counseling in a private practice. I have worked with a wide range of issues with a wide variety of clients, including those who were therapists themselves.
(248) 817-4568
Boulder, Colorado 80304
April Lyons, Counselor  in Boulder
“Have you experienced a traumatic event at some point in your life? Are you mixing your past trauma with what is happening now? Do you find yourself in a tense, restrictive life, shaped by an effort to control an unpredictable world? People who have PTSD store traumatic memories in their bodies, which can lead to increased irritability and exhaustion. This can cause life to become very small and dull. Whether you are aware of it or not, these painful events, memories, and sensations have most likely clouded your ability to live out your true potential.
(303) 625-6512
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Bettina Straub, Counselor  in Boulder
“I support you in uncovering your healthy choices, meaningful attitudes and a kind relationship with your personal struggles. Exploring your relationship challenges, emotional experiences, past wounds or present struggles can be a vulnerable and scary process. I work with Individuals and Couples exploring themes of intimacy in relationships, family dynamics, grief & loss, exploration of personal meaning, self expression and the difficulties that arise on this journey. Increased friendliness with your personal experiences can lead to new insights and behaviors.
(808) 202-2274
Boulder, Colorado 80301
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